Yes suspect that last looking sell was actually a buy as now being quoted 5.10p to sell. Not looking bright over the week end and we have drawn the cafe shades. Problem I see is a period of drift and any zema traffic on the plus side still hitting a 6p resistance in the short term......
no more top ups here............just had to bash the savings to replace the car. I had hoped to use my profits from BMR to make the change but the 6 year old car I had when I started is now 12 and has turned into a money pit. I am thankful for a small inheritance and a few savings to fall back on but very much hope that AB can replenish the kitty next year.
Morning guys I imagine that AB along with the rest of us is very frustrated with the lack of progress regarding zema approval. The rubber stamp when it arrives should be the catalyst to start a continuity of decent news flow. If the SP here continues to retrace slowly due to no news at least it's yet another chance to top up at this pathetic level. Although after all that we have suffered there probably aren't that many of us left that have either the balls or enough left in their wallet to do so. ATB.
I went to a couple of these a few years ago to hear from our old pal. He seemed sincere but frankly was no public speaker By the second time he was pretty incoherant and all instincts said "pull out". Of course I didn't and the rest is history. Generally the sessions are well informed with a chance to ask qs and then informal meet the speakers follows....and of course there's coffee and sticky buns. Are you going Vicar?
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I'm sorry for upsetting you.... please except my deepest and most sincere apologies.... I never thought you were such a tender soul.... I feel terrible and have been and said many ' Hail Mary's' down at the local church.... I will leave my hand bag at the door next time ;-)
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