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I am very fortunate I have a full time Job, ok a little unhappy with the share price performance but I may be playing a blinder here in time after Investing Monthly £500 to £1000 Squid and re-investing all dividend money ( well over £10,000 only in 12 months I kid you not )
When she moves back above 600p I squids in BIG TIME so in all happy for a recovery in share price but as long as it’s a slow one …. Hahahaha
I dont know what Woody sold for at the time Autumn 14 ish they were in the 620p region compared to 450p now. Add on 61p or so in divi's and he was most probably right. I haven't allowed for any compounding.
I also suppose it depends where he put the capital. I remember Drax being mentioned and dont think that did any better but BAE systems was ok.
Maybe you can add some colour to the reinvestment of the divi process as Im sure compounding 8% will help somewhat reduce the avg price down a… Read More
I wouldn't say idiot just unfortunate with timings. The FX rate changed a tad after some vote thing recently but the script had already been calculated. Often you win on the change but this time you didn't.
Can Buster escape from his cage and delete the script action for you?
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