Read your posts on Sutton Harbour - very interesting methinks. Are you a secret Devon Dumpling? Might take a small interest at around the 30p marker, as the pattern looks awfully similar to Ipswich.
Been in and out of TW for five years or more. It is a very hard share to follow but it will rise again most likeely in August. Maybe before. So at some point it is always possible to say I told you so... I am too busy at present to day trade and anyway in this market it is too much like RUSSIAN roulette. I am increasing my holding though in SUH for results so all roads lead to Plymouth methinks .. Its the bowls. Take care..
Looks like martin has gone off with his bat and ball - so amusing to see you lock horns once again with Gordon Gekko of Romford. You even got stick from Mr. Modesty for getting your timing dead right on TW! Its hilarious stuff.
Sold TW at almost the top and waiting for a re entry point. Time will tell..
Good to hear from you spin durk. The worm has turned again. I've been topping up on TW regularly on weakness so now hold 500000. I hear you had the skids in your underpants and sold your entire holding. As far as this stock is concerned I will tell you now you'll be pickin daisies before you're likely to even get your money back.. I am the White Knight from Romford and I never fail sony jim
Trust you are enjoying your ride on TW. Happy to hold these for next year.... Fully funded now to start of production...
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