Subliminal Holographic Infinity Theory? Sequential Mean Equilibrium Logarithmic Loss Yield algorithm? Wow! Are these the new economic/investing theories that groups like the vampire squid are using nowadays?
Who would've know? It's all changing so quickly, too quickly to keep up with!
I prefer the old ways of valuing a share using the 'Capital Really At Peril' and 'Tightening Up Returns Deposit' paradigms.
Of course for this company only one methodology applies: 'Barclays Only Limits Losses On Covered Capital Sometimes'! :)
So Barclays board if stress test shows capital better than anticipated how about giving us a better dividend....oh no of course you will want to spend any excess on a further restructing shuffle. Or hoe about getting marketing to do more rubbish digital media ads?
" Subliminal Holographic Infinity Theory" and " four dimensional quantum entanglement universal holographic future prediction thingymebob" .................... If I ever doubted my abilities, you have just destroyed any hope I had of understanding share price analysis !!! Beam me up LOL GLA
have a smooth way with words(lol) ----- But if those particles of Sh** can spread wide enough and stick to the wall at over 230 / 231p at today's close then they may be difficult to wipe off !!!!!----- The start of a couple of higher highs and higher lows , maybe, on its way to breaching the 12 month downtrend from a near rsi oversold at 220p ----
Yazz maybe right and "The only way is Up " ----(lol) ---
LONDON, Dec 1 (Reuters) - Barclays Plc (LSE: BARC.L - news) shares jumped 4 percent on Tuesday after Britain's third biggest bank came through a "stress test" by regulators better than expected, netting a quick 230,000 pounds for its new chief executive on his first morning. Jes Staley, a former head of investment banking at U.S (Other OTC: UBGXF - news) . bank JPMorgan, took over as CEO on Tuesday just as the Bank of England released results of its annual health check of the country's seven biggest lenders. By 1220 GMT shares in Barclays were up 3.8 percent at 232 pence, leading gains by all the UK banks as investors reacted positively to the stress test results. There had been concern the results would show Barclays may be stretched during the 2016 stress test, when minimum common equity capital ratio (CET1) and leverage requirements will rise. "If all banks were to suffer the same stressed hit to CET1/leverage ratios next year, then they would still pass. This is better than we had anticipated, especially for Barclays," said Citi analyst Andrew Coombs. For American Staley, it brought in a paper gain on 6.5 million pounds of Barclays shares he bought last month. He is near flat on that bet, after buying the shares at 233p apiece. Staley said on Tuesday he was joining Barclays with "excitement and optimism for the future." "We of course have much to do to get the bank where we want it to be, but I am confident we will get there together," Staley said in a brief memo to staff. He issued a more detailed memo when he was appointed in late October, pledging to complete a restructuring of the investment bank. That is seen as one of his key early tasks, alongside separating its domestic retail bank to meet new UK rules, cutting more costs, and improving culture and standards, investors have said. (Reporting by Steve Slater, editing by David Evans)
Since we mentioned crystal balls, another scientific technique, I've been checking out , for predicting the future of shares is Subliminal Holographic Infinity Theory. It involves firing particles at a high speed fan and observing the spread after impact. Apparently a bigger spread indicates a more negative outlook for shares.
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