HSBC is one of the largest banking and financial services organisations in the world. It has around 89 million customers throughout its four global businesses. It consists of 7,200 offices in over 80 countries. HSBC first opened for business in Hong Kong in 1865.
well as per my last post - im now a shareholder here! I'll prbably make a good 10% and sell though but i am confident here short term
16 Apr '14
I posted this on Barclays and should really have posted it here too lol looks like we wont be at these levels for long ;-) the video makes a good point though that HSBC only really goes down much below 600p when theres a financial crisis. Where as economy is good at the moment so HSBC should go up from here. If i had spare funds Id be buying this for a trade https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YH7PsaDr0Js
11 Apr '14
Agreed - got a bunch of these in my SIPP .. closed the SB yesterday morning and was hoping for 610 today ... Little trick of mine ... generally find when I sell .. share price often skyrockets .. so just try and forget about the SIPP ;)
11 Apr '14
Very solid against the turmoil this morning
11 Apr '14
Wish I bought at 5.91 a few weeks ago. But will be keeping one eye on this
10 Apr '14
In my view this share is an absolute must for any portfolio. The share price, i believe, is undervalued at these levels and besides that the quarterly divedends alone make this a good buy. I am a long term holder and have no intention of selling any. If you are thinking of buying then my advise would be to do so and hold. Good luck all.
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