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Resources analyst Charlie Long sees good times ahead for uranium


Lloyds Share Chat (LLOY)



Share Price: 71.74Bid: 71.74Ask: 71.75Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 0.01%Open: 73.16High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 71.74


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fleccy
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RE: As it's a bank holiday
Today 10:28
Out of the three, power to gas would seem to be the most exciting, battery technology would also appear to be another exciting area. I haven't invested in any power related stocks yet, but i'm looking at the sector and especially the new developments. Due to my risk appetite, I would personally avoid start ups and would focus on larger more established companies. Governments and industry are now looking at power generation in a big way and I would imagine that a lot of money will flow into the development of new technologies. The battery side of things will probably push up prices of metals, such as lithium.

http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/130380-future-batteries-coming-soon-charge-in-seconds-last-months-and-power-over-the-air

https://electrek.co/2017/02/13/tesla-patent-metal-air-battery/
http://energydesk.greenpeace.org/2016/09/02/power-gas-storage-solution/
 
Asperger1
Posts: 3,850
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RE: Shareholders misled?
Today 10:11
Don't buy into your conspiracy theory WL/Newchuch - Lloy HMG got out because they no longer had reason to be be in - simples!

I don't think the Lloy shareholders action should worry us too much - Lloy is confident there is no case to answer - but even if their case is successful I don't think it will amount to much.

As for your summer of misery - if its anything like your winter of woe Lloy will do very nicely

I also don't buy your theory that LLoy is somehow going to be targeted by the Gov - of course it will have to pay large amounts of tax because Lloy is going to earn enormous amounts of profit - same as any other bank if they manage to earn same large sums - that's only fair

The next 2 weeks could be a bit bumpy but If the Conservative are returned on the 8th Lloy should fly - IMO

2017 ♞ 📈 ❤️
fleccy
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RE: As it's a bank holiday
Today 10:10
"If interest rate hikes are no good for people, it won't be good for banks either"

I disagree, the English man's home, really is his castle. The rates wont rise enough to force people into default, but will supress housing demand. People will pay their mortgage and economise in other ways, especially if they have kids. Credit will always be needed, so credit card companies and credit finance will do ok, as people will need short term credit for monthly purchases and longer term credit for larger items, like cars, etc.
Wids
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RE: As it's a bank holiday
Today 10:02
Go long Cow Fart backpacks, a definite winner. Human packs being developed and should be on sale in pubs soon. Extra large for Mufti Merkel with ear plugs. Full of hot air the old bag.

If interest rate hikes are no good for people, it won't be good for banks either. Poisoning the flour that makes your bread ain't a good idea. As it's a Bank holiday - chill & swill.
fleccy
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RE: Shareholders misled?
Today 10:01
"Asp, looks like, by coincidence of course, that HMG got out 'just in time'. So it begins"

What begins?
These proceedings are just noise and of very little significance to the share price. Lloyds s undervalued and this sort of noise will have very little impact on the price going forward. IMO the biggest risk to share prices are the markets themselves. The markets are due a correction, but that will be an opportunity assuming the timing is right'ish, either side of the correction.
Wenglishboy
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RE: As it's a bank holiday
Today 09:55
I'm in on all 3 of them concerns , so naturally I have a positive look on them sectors. Does anybody have a suggestion on others and reason behind why I should start reading. I'm also thinking auto sector will drop due to the rise however manufacturing as a whole will be up due to Brexit and Tory win.
fleccy
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RE: As it's a bank holiday
Today 09:35
You might be right about all three of those.

Interest rates will have to rise which should be good for banks and may slow the housing markets.

Hydrogen and methane storage is being developed, as a way to store excess Grid Electricity, so there may be opportunities in that direction. The electricity generation industry may be the main beneficiary.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_to_gas

Armament due to Geo politics is probably the most difficult to call, as big money builds like aircraft carriers, etc, are controversial politically due to the cost.
Newchurch
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RE: Care for your home....
Today 09:32
Glad you appreciated my thoughts, even though our views are often poles (no immigrant pun intended!) apart, nice to have pleasant disagreements and to not only acknowledge our differences, but to appreciate one another's views and hope the truth lies somewhere in between them both.

There are a lot of 'squeaky wheels' about.
SUFCESSEX
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RE: Care for your home....
Today 09:21
Nice read Newchurch :-)

Agree with most of it BTW

Loved the ''squeakiest wheel get the most Oil ''
Wenglishboy
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As it's a bank holiday
Today 09:14
I'm chilling with no numbers, no charts or reports.

Here's my Top 3 things that will happen within 5 years on the stock exchange.

3 Defense/Aerospace companies rise due to Geo politics.
2 House builders Down Banks Up due to interest rate rise.
1 Hydrogen companies will rise in a flux of buyouts/mergers a mini bubble will be created.

Just for fun and Only IMHO




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