Not as much as when they went down to low twenties, as then on paper was down 70k+,of my money, not profits, so yes it has been quite painful at times.
I not one to complain though, I have had a return of a couple of thou on divis, all, except the last lot, I reinvested, just to watch that disappear too.
Just as well have given it all to Oxfam. Mind, they have been sending Ox's to Africa for decades, I reckon they must not be using them to plough the land, but selling them to McDonalds, else, surely by now they would have enough?
Especially as with mass immigration there cant be too many Africans left in Africa now can there?
Bed time now, the thought of all that lost joy, has bought on one of my heads!
Held all for around eight long, miserable years. Seen over 59k come, and go in paper profits, and many times could have sold up with such, but, just held, hoping that as they were up, there was no need for them to go back down (other than normal market fluctuations).
Now in loss.
Feeble dividend of a couple of pence each year, IF not cut, so if I live for a further thirty years, then, the shares will have paid for themselves.
It may buy a reasonable tombstone.
What is your 'story' lets hope it is not bought at 23p, sold at 89p, and now trade on the 3p price movement with all profit, so cannot lose, and make a couple of grand a week, never timing it wrong.
With upbeat news on DB lifting Dow by 165 points I forecast a very good start to next week for Lloyd's and indeed a very good month.KEEP THE FAITH and let's have a stonking October!!! Hope everyone has a nice weekend.
That is though, exactly my point. Brexit is NOT new news, but Lloyds dropped on 24 June, because of it, and has never recovered since.
And it won't UNTIL real positive news regarding the fate of the UK, and Lloyds being superglued to the UK economy wont recover meaningfully and lastingly UNTIL that happens.
YET, when A50 is triggered, and once again Brexit becomes new, news, then we shall fall again.
As we never recovered from the Brexit uncertainty, because it still is just, if not more, uncertain I cannot see why such amuses you. It is not 'suddenly' the reason Lloyds has dropped, it is 'the' reason.
Yet you are correct it is reactive, for two reasons one as the entire world holds dozens of them, and two, as they are UK based, anything which looks to upset the UK upsets Lloyds.
Still as it is your second post, I guess one has to make allowances for time to understand the game, many after years and hundreds of posts still don't, so you are in good company.
You guys make me laugh. Brexit...... Brexit isn't new news, this has been looming for months and will continue for months. But suddenly that's the reason why lloyds have dropped. No. Lloyds are a very reactive share any any bad news effects it. 4 days ago DB were finished. Today all is on the mend.lol
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