Yes it's lame, ignoring the £15m Egypt, Ukraine etc write down then it's bang on!
Keep tracking the EJ share down until it reaches the bottom, then buy a few :) I reckon they will bounce tomorrow, or they will dip just a little bit further tomorrow and bounce on Monday - always happens
I don't know why people panic so much. A few weeks ago, Next shares crashed just because the chief exec left. within days they had recovered to their original starting point, with no other news to put them there. You can trade shrewdly on these panics to make money.
Positive report from The Guardian
The Guardian website carries a report under a very positive headline "EasyJet expects 14% to 19% profit rise despite Israel and Russia disruption" http://www.theguardian.com/business/2014/jul/24/easyjet-expects-profit-rise-despite-israel-russia-disruption
RE: Good trading
A piece on the Telegraph website touches on your point about analyst's expectations: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/epic/ezj/10987624/EasyJet-profits-guidance-unsettles-markets.html
I've made quite a bit of money this year through buying and selling EasyJet shares using swing trading. The massive dip this morning is yet another example of an over-reaction to figures which, whilst not meeting some analysts' expectations, are still very strong. I'd certainly recommend buying a few now because they will recover from that dip and climb steadily back up to 14.00. Always an easy way to make a quick 50 - 100 quid if you're brave enough to give it a go with a couple of thousand invested.
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