Bad enough LLOYDS are down but can you imagine selling shares in a different company that haven't moved for years to but lloyds only for the other company to go up when you've sold those shares. As soon as I can im bailing out. #SHORT TERM GAIN, lLONG TERM PAIN
just read an artical saying lloyds could go down as low as 50p god fobid does anyone else think this will happen. should i put a stop loss in place at 69p that will mean 7 years without any profit i hold 150000 shares wish i had bailed out at 89p fear & greed.
3/4 months ago i forecast a trading range of 70/75p when the price was around 83p. sounds like your not a day trader,so stick with them,forget the jam,stick to bread and butter!! you will do better than any bank account at 3 percent plus divi for the first full year results GL
Fairly meaningless, ask the Greek banks. Stressing for certain outcomes is just guess work and the model is designed to reassure joe to keep his deposits firmly behing the the counter....otherwise a bank with no money isnt a bank no more. History is littered with failed banks purely and simply on the business model used......exactly why CBs were created to bail them out and produce TBTFBs with a money stream from thin air......simples.
I keep reading about how cheap Lloyds shares are but every time I buy some the price falls the next day!!. Can anyone give any hope to the bruised and battered LLOyds shareholders? I'm losing patience with the "Jam tomorrow" messages and strongly tempted to jump ship.
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