With a some companies they are gradually increasing , usually nice dividend paying companies in that case its a good idea to hold long term in those growth companies. However although this company holding for the long term is also a good idea due to the volatile nature there is more profit at the moment in trading in the swings when they happen.
Don't massage his ego, by pandering to the fact " multimillionaire *******s" if I was wadded I wouldn't be coming on bulletin boards to write how much I'd got I'd just ignore the fact. I once had the misfortune to work with an ******** salesman who worked in a bank in the heady days of big money. He used to send a member of the staff to see if his wages were in and to tell him how much they were? The objectionable ****** knew exactly how much he had cos he had a payslip.... Ppppphhhh
I agree with Yorkshireman , thought I just ignore such nonsense.. Just be patient no idea exactly when as that up to cpp or more importantly the FSA. Eventually this will go up , however £3 is silly. More realistically is anything from 20p to 50p
tall and sdp123
Never read such total boll...ocks on any shares i hold :D ----- In spite of this rubbish these shares will rise :D
I do understand your principle... as when you sell out for a profit you would tend to go back in at a lower price as it drops but with only the original investment so you then have fewer shares for your money so as it goes up your profit is less... unless when you buy back in ... assuming at a lower price than you sold, you bought back the same amount of shares... or more if you don't put the profit elsewhere (in which case you make more) but if you sell and take the profit and it doesn't go down but continues to rise you have lost even more. It is hard to hold when you have a decent profit especially as with this one the last time when it goes right back to where you started :) When I look back over old trades.. past 2 years I would have made so much more had I not traded for little profit along the way (with other shares). Thank you for your opinion, much appreciated.
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