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As for the AIM yes you can earn some very good profits if you hit the share just right, sell, and remove the profit while the share is still rising or just as it turns, or you could be left hanging. I made a packet on QPP, bought at 9p+ and sold on average at 39p prior to Gotham, and have made some good trades. I am well stacked with BT.a DLG AV. But like to play the AIM out of profits and never jump in feet first, however it is like finding a needle in a hay stack to find a winner on the AIM but they are out there. I have been buying BT for some years now 75p to 274p and have been enjoying the dividends, it is one share that I always expected to do well and each year has hit my target and 450-500 is not without a chance in my view next year. Times are changing and at the end of the day, it does look as if BT has a lot going for it and we may see more of a rise, as we are coming up to dividend day 29th December therefor with dividends and a rising share price it has to be good Christmas. But that is only my opinion.
Penny shares - eeek! Scary stuff. Tread carefully and only invest what you can afford to lose. Good luck :-)
You're right aim is scary. I have 3 or 4 in aim at the minute and one is suspended. The good thing is u only need one to fly and u are ok but it's more like gambling than investing. I want to top up what I have in aex ( not aim ) as it is expected to take off very soon, already gone up about 20% this week ( I'm exactly at my average now ). I don't know a great deal about oil and gas stocks but there are some very knowledgeable guys on the bb and they don't make u feel stupid if u ask a daft question. If it is to be believed some of the posters are holding in excess of £100k in this 2p stock. Scary stuff and out of my league.
Cheers, its a lovely relief tonight to know bar the bank transfers, the deed has been done. Maybe I should swap my name with "unitopayfor" now as my two are on the cusp of going (although one wants a higher apprenticeship). I look forward to remaining here and seeing where we are now heading.
It's always hard when your main share is on the up and a fantastic deal could happen over the next few weeks that could well push this up a lot higher, but your absolutely correct never have all your money in one share. My main holdings are in BT and have been for the last six years but I'm also investing in AIM market which i've held my own over the years but so so risky as aim has a tendency to bite you in the arse when you least expect it. Anyway what ever you decide to do the best of luck. I will say one thing and that's most profit I make on aim is reinvested back here and over the last few months have pulled 70% of my aim holdings altogether and put back in here and now hold far more than I should in here at the moment. I can't complain as my investment here has been nothing short of phenomenal over the past few years the same as most of you bt engineers but with an average slightly higher .
Smasher Was hoping to sell about the same as uni ( around 10k ) @ £4.10. But may only sell around half that now as I think in the med term this could push on. Funny feeling this might fall back a little tomorrow in the meantime. I was surprised the sp rose 3 days in a row but great stuff. Great to finally close over £4. Am only selling to buy other shares. ( eggs in one basket and all that ). Knowing me they will struggle and bt will keep rising .
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