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Member Since: Sat, 8th Aug 2009

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 9,501
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 23

Last Posted: Wed 19:29

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Wed 19:29

this should push the SP up tomorrow .
Jeremy Corbyn has called Ikea , he told them he needs a new cabinet !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Wed 19:15

Haha ,I have seen a double identity getting so engrossed in conversation with himself on a share BB he kept mixing up his name with his double ID ,quite funny really even other posts see it lol , they wont damage the old school into buying or selling but newbies can loose their shirt which makes it all a bit nasty .
Wed 18:48

like the shorters are getting burnt , this will be back up like the other shares have climbed back up ,IMO
Mon 18:13

luckystrike , We may get other companies like Dyson not build factories outside the EU now we have left the EU because they were struggling to deal outside the EU , Dyson has been building a factory in Malaisa so he can deal outside the EU ,he can do it all in the UK now .
Mon 18:04

Well Juncker had better watch out what he says in future because he will find he will be out of a job if he rants like he did telling the UK to get out fast as possible , it seems the Hollande want close ties with the UK even though the UK is leaving the EU ,infact they are being quite reasonable in their Press talk and people need to remember a lot comes out of the UK that countries listen to and could make 5 to 6 other countries leave the EU including France if they had a Ref .
Mon 17:48

Well the Germans are offering the UK some good deals at the moment ,like the Head of the BDI industry saying no tariffs also the car industry are saying they could offer us a better deal than we had before ,Merkel wants a good deal for the UK also , another company Boeing are moving their Europe Head office to the UK even after Brexit , so we have got some on our side , I dont see how you can have another vote ,bit like saying best of 3 ,lol
Mon 17:34

Um just seen Cameron say on Bloomberg that he wont have a second Ref , so we are moving on our own and we are strong enough to do so IMO
Mon 17:32

Yes I have done that also , Just that a lot of folk dont trade that much and do wait for Divi`s , A lot of investors did pull out when Barc cut their Divi in half ,
Mon 17:26

All depend if they do have a second Ref , there seems to be some powerful people calling one now , though I voted out it could have a lot on complications if we dont , like Scotland leaving the UK , N Ireland , Gibraltar which had nearly 96% to stay in the EU , That poster stating £350 mill going to the NHS , some are saying it was misleading to voters , some talk the reason why Cameron is staying to October to take the second Ref and could hand the PM position to Osbourne , lots of different reasons why no one knows at the moment ,
Mon 17:14

Some may disagree ,though Barcs divi got a bashing , in a couple of years time hopefully they will give a fair Divi which will pull the long termers back , of course it depends on how many shares one holds but the way the SP has dipped someone could get a nice holding for a good price and get a well rewarded Divi ,

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