The EU will collapse regardless of the UK vote. The right wing in Germany and Austria are taking off like a rocket , They will be the ones voting for out shortly.it just does not work!!. Merkel has gone very quiet lately,she obviously has problems.
Yes, but markets price in uncertainty mixed with what they expect to happen. There will be a significant second wave of uncertainty in the event of a leave vote which isn't going to be priced in if people and more importantly institutions don't thinks it's going to happen....I wouldn't recommend investing in a share when you want to make a choice that will definitely hurt the SP, why not short it? Makes a lot more sense. I might judge to hedge my current position.
Well at 64p today - if you really believe a tiny bit of what you are saying - you should open a short and close it at 50p or below.
Just bumping our gums are we?
I'd love to be able to buy in the 40s - I would put everything but the kitchen sink in - but God, this board, for what must be the most invested share in the UK for private investors, seems to only attract people who think Lloyds is doomed.
As each day passes and the closer we get to Independence Day the more the 23rd will be priced in, anyone who thinks come June the pricing in begins needs to reconsider some things, like stop investing.
The days we were up 3%+ recently, priced in, the day we dropped nearly 4%, priced in.
As we all know they don't price things of this magnitude in a week. This would have started before the date was even given.
I'm counting on it - the lower the "low" the more money I make.
Of course you get the odd idiot like oilspill or oilriches or whoever he was for whom the "low" was always a few pence lower than the actual SP. pessimism becomes greed. His "entry" was the "low 50s" and he spurned 56p. The SP went from 56p to 72p in quick order. I wasn't too clever myself - I sold at 64p on the way back up when I should have ignored the siren voices.
But your "low" like tomorrow mate will never come. You hold off and hold off and hold off till it's too late. Just like the people holding at 89p who thought "hey if this trend continues"...
After the last set of reults the idea that this share has to test a "new low" is nonsense. And if it's not nonsense then it's the buying opportunity of the decade.
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