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Share Price: 58.78Bid: 58.77Ask: 58.80Change: 0.65 (+1.12%)Riser - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.03Spread as %: 0.05%Open: 58.56High: 59.15Low: 57.62Yesterday’s Close: 58.13

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RE: good morning
Today 12:42
mr Meerkat

Very sorry to here about your shrinkage in the Christmas jumper .
we have given the appropriate feed back on the Alli express site
We do expect this to be a very influential factor for future China export figures .

Pleased to here you scooped up afew Heinze 57 and that the tablets are doing exactly what it says on the tin
speaking of beans I purchased afew Jelly bean vending machines last week
I intend to invest the proceeds into our veg plot,

well.... unless the local MPs go to the great expense of fracking near by
In which case we will have to get Pikey Roses brother in law over ,to tarmac the whole lot to make a car park
Where is white lady when you need a car park ticket inspector

Lots of love to Mrs Meerkat
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RE: I know its the fools and there ..
Today 12:34
...the plan is to hit 59p before US opens and then get carried over the 60p threshold.
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I know its the fools and there gold
Today 12:19
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Today 12:16
Good afternoon

Like you I have been in Lloyds for so long I sometime forget how long I have been a shareholder

I am an optimist no question of that
I remember the old days
The rights issue I took up
The open offer I took up
Then I bought even more in a similar situation that of today

Optimism stems from the buy in price you have and conversely if you have a much higher buy in price comes negative vibes

Whilst it is disappointing to see the sp touching 58/57
Those with cash at the ready will be watching

I will state now that by the end of the month I will have £6000 more Lloyds shares than I do today

A thing I did point out a while ago the number of what are described as retail share owners
If they all banded together they would own less than 2% of Lloyds

I believe we will see a 5% rise in the sp within the next 2 months could be wrong but I am prepared to put my money where my tail is

No point in ******** about it
Many will have just held their shares while the train crashed around them
Some will say they set their limits and as soon as they fell by 5% they were out are these the same people who will sell once it goes above the buy in price

What we need is snippets of information that help us to possibly make a decision even if it is the wrong one

Nuff said

The world has not stopped turning and to all those that contributed to Petanques charity MacMillan Support

WALK TALL money is not everything The till register the big man keeps is far more important

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Today 12:10
....seems the jockeys got the whip out....about time!
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RE: Dexter1
Today 12:10
...and he can't spell. "Long hall"'s long haul! Every BB has the wise guys saying it was obvious the SP was going to fall, and/or I'm going to buy when its dropped even more to x pence. Just ignore, we are all guessing, the so called "experts", amateurs and all the like. One thing for sure is that you won't get rich by following the advice of posters on BBs, just DYOR and then you can only blame No. 1 when you make mistake (we all do from the small PI to the Buffets of this world) - all posters will have a degree self-interest (or bias) in what they say, or more disappointingly just have a touch of the schadenfreudes about them. ATB, Scfc
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Today 11:45
You talk of crowd behaviour on here, but given that out of the board regulars there are actually very few genuine investors, traders or even shorters - the majority at the moment are people like you, either downright malignant or perhaps just sad enough to get a rise out of goading decent people who happen to be staring at financial loss. God knows what you all get out of it - and why, say Rolls Royce doesnt get your attention but Lloyds does beyond the simple thrill of predicting global economic doom and feeling important by doing so...

But heres the funny thing -

People like me and Meercat (whose boundless optimism I cannot share) tell you if weve bought shares here, and we tell you if we think they are going up, and despite being bullish we never tell other people to buy and sell. You do. We never give financial advice. You do.

Do you charge for this financial advice?

Better still, do you have some kind of indemnity insurance to cover other peoples losses when the advice you gave them loses them money?
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Today 11:33
hard to imagine this bucking the downtrend of 6 months at the moment. going to go lower?
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Sell the fed news
Today 11:27
scenario looking likely.
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How much...
Today 11:11
....bad news is already factored in has to also be considered. After all PI's are always behind the curve.

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