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Share Price: 66.375Bid: 66.00Ask: 66.75Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Inland
Spread: 0.75Spread as %: 1.14%Open: 66.50High: 66.625Low: 66.125Yesterday’s Close: 66.375


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Dommo
Posts: 54
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Price:66.50
Interesting
Wed 11:02
and helpful views and opinions guys, thanks
 
Kyusho
Posts: 545
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Price:66.75
Bazza
Wed 10:23
Very nice rise here today, my top up at 63p now looking cheap! I too feel we will test 70p here over the next week.. bring on 31 March! Any drop back below 65p and I will add more.
Bazzaman
Posts: 616
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Price:65.38
Results
Wed 09:27
on Tuesday 31st could push this through 70p on the back of bumper results IMO.
Bazzaman
Posts: 616
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Price:62.38
Kyusho
20 Mar '15
I am weighted 60/40 towards INL. I have added both on a regular basis & have healthy profits on both. I expect INL to outperform TW over the next 2 years.
Kyusho
Posts: 545
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Price:62.75
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RE: Kyusho
20 Mar '15
How have you split that 35% between the two? I was previously very heavily weighted towards TW (50% plus of my portfolio), but have now been increasing my steak here to such an extent that it now exceeds TW. I think going forward we will now outperform TW here in terms of total share holder return.. what do you think?
Bazzaman
Posts: 616
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Price:63.00
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Kyusho
20 Mar '15
Results are out on Tuesday 31st March. I have 16 companies in my portfolio & Inl & TW together make up 35% & am happy with that balance whilst the Tories remain in power.
Kyusho
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RE: Results
19 Mar '15
I'm also eagerly anticipating the results here Bazzaman, should be good! I had a small top up here yesterday at around 63p funded with a chunk of TW. I sold. What proportion of your total portfolio value do TW. and Inland make up if you don't mind me asking?
Bazzaman
Posts: 616
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Price:63.00
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Results
19 Mar '15
later this month (hopefully next week) will be a catalyst for a rerate.
scorpio13
Posts: 89
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Price:63.00
Dommo
19 Mar '15
It's not you! It's just the vindictive quality of AIM. I got a bit impatient with the lack of increase in INL over the last 12 months or so, and I unloaded my small INL holding to buy something else, a couple of wweks ago. Been watching every day, expecting a price hike, especially after the positive budget news for brown-site builders. But NO! Instead of a positive tickle, the SP drops. So instead of kicking myself, I'm now intrigued. At some point, these shares MUST improve significantly, but God only knows when, or what it will take! Good luck if you hang in there. I'm sure I will re-invest in this copany at some point. By the way, keep your eye on Energiser Investments, both the INL head honchos are in there, and not just for the good of their health!
Dommo
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Price:62.75
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RE: Budget
19 Mar '15
and so of course the SP promptly drops back. Why don't I just keep my mouth shut.





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