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Member Since: Sun, 8th Jan 2012

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Last Posted: 20 Jan '15

8 Nov '13

must be the most useless explanation ever invented. If the price is rising sentiment is good if it falls it is bad. What does saying sentiment is good add to saying that the price is rising. Absolutely nothing. Have you any measure of saying what sentiment will do in advance, or have you ever seen anyone say sentiment is good but the price is falling?
24 Oct '13

A better analogy is that of a rudderless yacht being blown by the wind and moved by currents. You can still use a chart to see where it is likely to end up if you know how to use charts. If you don't then you will be all at sea and may well end up on the rocks.
24 Sep '13

banned? Probably, libelling people on a public bulletin board is not a good idea either for Vectis or LSE.
13 Sep '13

Last May the price didn't even reach its lower statistical limit, so why will it with well notified QE.
13 Sep '13

If it goes below 74 next week I will be getting out not getting in, but I don't expect that to happen.
13 Sep '13

In 1929 the uptrend ended 6 weeks before the crash, if you had been monitoring the trend you would have had ample time to get out as it broke the lower statistical limit well before the crash.

Lloyds moves in very well defined statistical trends and is very easy to monitor with quite simple statistical analysis. The current trend started last March and the price has never moved outside its statistical limits since then. The recent high was just at the top of the trend limits and the subsequent low just at the bottom.
12 Sep '13

1 The demand by pension funds etc for shares that have a reliable high yield is almost unlimited. Given the opportunity any fund would switch from shares with an anticipated lower yield to those with an anticipated higher yield.

2 If there is to be a public offering down the road would the best way to ensure a good take up be for Joe Public to have seen a immediate drop in share price after the first tranche was old. If the government has a financial wiz kid he will be advising them not to sell on a high but on dip before the next high .In the run-up the 3rd quarter results would be a good idea with the resumption of dividends announced in those results. All the government wants is to sell at a small profit so it can't be accused of selling at a loss.
11 Sep '13

Just got in at 75.98, I wasn't expecting that for a few days yet.
27 Aug '13

I may be naïve but aren't the asset sales more than offset by PPI provisions so that one offs have a net negative effect on profits.
26 Aug '13

Its your password you are supposed to change regularly for security not your name!

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