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Amur Minerals Share Chat (AMC)



Share Price: 7.00Bid: 6.55Ask: 7.45Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Amur Minerals
Spread: 0.90Spread as %: 13.74%Open: 7.09High: 7.09Low: 7.04Yesterday’s Close: 7.00


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Ducatti
Posts: 97
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Price:7.00
RE: RE: RE: Profit & Loss
Tue 22:31
how did you learn what you know?
 
DestituteBroker
Posts: 937
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Price:7.00
RE: RE: Profit & Loss
Tue 19:52
Hi, Holding for eight Months is probably short term investing. I very much doubt that you will find any books, specific to the UK market that are current & a lot of course teachers teach because they can't trade. As you may be aware there are major regulatory changes coming in soon & even people in the City are unsure as to how heavy the impact will be. Nothing odd about market makers but it helps to know how they manage the books & avoid losses.
Ducatti
Posts: 97
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Price:7.00
RE: RE: Profit & Loss
Tue 19:04
@DB Wat would you class making calls for 2-8 months? investing or trading?

Do you know of any books you advise me to read? for both investing and trading?

Im guessing some of what you mentioned maybe open to ambiguity/conspiracy/speculation - ie understand market makers intentions and darkpools?
Potatohead
Posts: 362
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Price:7.00
RE: RE: Profit & Loss
Tue 17:34
I first bought into this share way back in 2009. With double the nickel and the mining license, it£s amazing the SP is at 2009 levels. You do get your days on AMC but they are as rare as chicken teeth. This one is a hold£long term in most cases.
ftsedow
Posts: 158
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Price:7.05
RE: RE: Profit & Loss
Tue 16:25
Its hard to think watching the Big Short that is for real, certainly post 2008 was good. I was fortunate enough to have cash at that time, and into a bull run when the fundementals of a company a rock solid, but were brought to earth with every other share Menzs 60p ish to £3 in 12 months. Allied Irish great profits when it was voilaitle for trading.
DestituteBroker
Posts: 937
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Price:7.05
RE: Profit & Loss
Tue 16:16
Hi, There is so much I don't know where to start & too much to type here. It depends what you want to do, invest long term or trade. The safest time to invest in shares is at the start of an economic cycle / bull market ie 2008, which comes after a crash. FT100 stocks can return you thousands of percent over the cycle & relatively safely too. Trading is a different matter which needs an in depth knowledge of level 2,. ie how to detect if Pro's are buying or selling from the order book & tape. How market makers operate, the use of Darkpools, who the pro traders are, in AMC's case small international prop shops & of cause our friend Crede a family office prop shop. Charts are classed as lagging retail indicators but Pro's do use them. Pro's also have different realtime data platforms to clearly flag unusual buying or selling. There are different types of Pro categories, who have different access to the system. Re economic cycle's worth noting that companies on both sides of the pond are now more leveraged, than they were in 2008. Hope that helps.
Ducatti
Posts: 97
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Price:7.05
RE: Profit & Loss
Tue 15:13
@DestituteBroker as you said stop focusing 100% on company fundamentals, what should I focus on?
Your right in that unfortunately about 3 of my stockpicks have had me sitting in them for about 14 months.
ftsedow
Posts: 158
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Price:7.08
RE: Profit & Loss
Tue 15:01
What are suggesting then DB - TA/Charting
DestituteBroker
Posts: 937
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Price:7.08
Profit & Loss
Tue 14:18
Yet again, with the best intentions the post show just how little posters know about how the market operates, why companies are listed & the different ways that different categories of stocks are traded. Ie how different types of Pro traders operate. Realise that although indirectly-connected the shares are sold & floating completely separate from the underlying company. Only PI's throw a dart at the calendar & buy in with large amounts, get trapped & sit there for years. In fairness I know without someone to point you in the right direction, it's virtually impossible to find the information that you need, but if you want to start making money at this you need to stop focusing 100% on the company fundamentals, which is all posters on these public bb's seem to do.
beeshoney
Posts: 1,891
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Price:7.09
RE: 3p
Tue 13:33
Unless RY is just making things up.we have a large resource that is growing nickel thats due to be more expensive. And a ramp up which will cost 500 million .whist resources grow it will not be ignored. My thinking once it turns breaks out. It will get closer to 20p. When i dont know.but news could fall with RY armed with 200million shares. Now the unthinkable is possable and he f@cks it..but with the out look for nickel going forward hard to see this not at worse being x3 today.. at best closer to 50p.. but what do any of us know. 2/3p looked like game over .. to my mind 5/7 is the bottom the bounce.




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