Maybe, maybe not. I'll admit that on the weekly chart it looks to be in a pretty obvious uptrend of around 5p-7p every week.
However... The Donald is a dangerous, self-deluded chancer with a pretty abysmal record of making a success of anything and an even worse record of opening his mouth only to swap his feet. Have you read what he Tweeted over the weekend about companies that move out of the US and then try to sell their products and services back to the US?
We also had the Italian reefer-endum (they had to be smoking something to chance a vote!) which may, or may not, have some serious implications to the EU and the wider global moneypot.
Whichever way it goes I got a 94% return on the Barcs I bought just post-Brexerendum so I'm happy with that. If I happen to get back in and it's 250p (for example) then I'll just try playing it as I have before, averaging down when the chance arises, reinvesting the divi and the like. Although i have thought that Barcs "may" be a good'un for trying to do some cfd trading. While the signals that come through aren't that regular when they show up they're usually pretty obvious. All we need now is a news story that Jes Staley suffers from athelete's foot and Boom! Down will go the SP (Buy! Buy! Buy! *grin*)
I'm just likely to sit it out until Xmas is over as I've now got my "Christmas money". That said, should a good opportunity arise then....
Anyway Sir. What leads you to your conclusion that Barcs will be 250p in the next 3 months? I'm interested to hear your thoughts on the matter.
Oh, I'm sure the odd one here and there won't go amiss. :)
One day I had to ask staff to hand in historic reports and one person sent hers in and written on the envelope was '12 report sheets enclosed !!! ' I went to her asked her why she'd added them asking if she was angry and she said no, and that she always adds them but will think twice in future. She'd never thought how they come across.
Barclays PLC 18.6% Potential Upside Indicated by HSBC Posted by: Amilia Stone 5th December 2016
Barclays PLC with EPIC/TICKER LON:BARC had its stock rating noted as ‘Reiterates’ with the recommendation being set at ‘BUY’ this morning by analysts at HSBC. Barclays PLC are listed in the Financials sector within UK Main Market. HSBC have set a target price of 250 GBX on its stock. This is indicating the analyst believes there is a potential upside of 18.6% from the opening price of 210.8 GBX. Over the last 30 and 90 trading days the company share price has increased 25.6 points and increased 38 points respectively.
Barclays PLC LON:BARC has a 50 day moving average of 192.04 GBX and the 200 Day Moving Average price is recorded at 171.82 GBX. The 1 year high for the stock price is 267.32 GBX while the 52 week low for the stock is 121.1 GBX. There are currently 16,960,455,506 shares in issue with the average daily volume traded being 50,527,720. Market capitalisation for LON:BARC is £37,100,996,419 GBP.
Barclays PLC is a global financial services holding company. The Company is engaged in retail banking, credit cards, wholesale banking, investment banking, wealth management and investment management services. The Company’s segments include Barclays UK and Barclays Corporate & International.
Hmmm , maybe have to curb my enthusiasm for the usage of exclamation marks in that case then . Certainly not shouting at every one all the time but i do like to emphasise a point when it needs it . At my age tho' i suspect they may creep into the " conversation " from time to time without me even noticing .
Not an asterisk in sight in BWK 's post, matey !! --- They're all inverted commas ( also known as quotation marks ) , as far as i can tell !! ---- But a bit over done , non the less !! --- A bit like my use of exclamation marks & dashes (lol) !!!!!!!! -------
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