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Thomas Cook Share Chat (TCG)



Share Price: 61.75Bid: 61.75Ask: 61.80Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Thomas Cook
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 0.08%Open: 55.00High: 65.70Low: 52.60Yesterday’s Close: 61.75


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Farruggia1967
Posts: 488
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.75
RE: Shares
Sat 22:51
Daz

Filled my boots 59.3, tried from 8am to 9 without any joy so left a fill or kill order which was settled at 11.45 missing the lows yet again but still turned a little profit on shares bought despite losing two boot full's on the opening price!!!!!!

Time will return this loss, gold up big time and exchange rates on currency against the £ all adds to making Fridays results a great day for me anyway, lets see what this new dawn brings?
 
daz82
Posts: 18
Question
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:73.35
Shares
Sat 19:50
Anybody get any shares cheap Friday morning? I managed to drop my average by buying some for 52p.
CaptPedantic
Posts: 27
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:58.80
Drop
Fri 11:51
Surely a pan-European company should be a safer bet, rather than a purely British only one, just now? Or is that too simple.
daz82
Posts: 18
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:64.15
RE: Drop
Fri 08:42
Hopefully it will keep on doing what it's doing.
Harryhorsewick
Posts: 339
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.30
Drop
Fri 08:21
Once again TCG gets hit as one of the most volatile shares in the 250,a drop of nearly 28% is a joke. Buy at these prices if you fancy the gamble--which it is,or look at the long term and think,is it good for the nerves to keep on riding this roller coaster?
Harryhorsewick
Posts: 339
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:73.35
In or Out.
Fri 05:52
I think my last post certainly stirred up a good debate,every body deserves an opinion and should not have it rubbished.I put forward my own feelings on the subject (In or Out) because as I said " share ownership is a big gamble" nothing is certain,greed has been the downfall of many in the past. As mentioned by others,this share will recover in time, the main reaction to all this is to not panic, a 20% drop is only 15 points,not the end of the World.
masaimara
Posts: 89
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:73.35
RE: Are you In or Out?
Thu 23:59
To answer your question bigpro , it is evidently you who is swallowing propaganda!! The bulk of your last post is absolute crap.No disrespect intended.
rbrand
Posts: 1,507
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:73.35
congratulations bigpro
Thu 23:57
that is the worst cobblers I have read in a long time. All factual errors and sheer prejudice.
bigpro
Posts: 213
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:73.35
RE: Are you In or Out?
Thu 18:34
Outdated very fragile, recycled arguments Toshak. Who is swallowing propaganda? There should never have been such a costly attempt to resolve the soluble problems with euro bureaucracy. Cameron fired the starting gun at the last election thanks to an attention seeking, inconsequential commodities dealer with oedipal problems I would guess!!
The less well off have been mercilessly patronised and imbued with paranoia.The big achievement of a united Europe is not economic but political. When the Soviet Union collapsed the EU became the economic, democratic, enlightened bulwark against the excesses of the world's worst criminal Vladamir Putin (evidently admired by farrage). And it will remain so tomorrow and into the future inspiring other countries to look to our story over the last 60 years during which time we were prerilously close to seeing our democracies unravel at various intervals. Just ask the people of Warsaw, Gdansk, Bucharest, Budapest, Prague, the Balkans, most recently Kiev. Other places also gave blood for freedom. Not least Russia. and we have helped protect them and we must continue to do so.
Farrage offers us Switzerland as an example. The country which allowed Germans to march across its land to reach Italy while arguing its constituional necessity. Tomorrow also we will start to see the response from the markets. The bookies already know the result. I hope you all get some money back from this annoying interval of financial insecurity. Remain solves not a lot but it's a startl
and good luck to all as TCG shows signs life !!
daz82
Posts: 18
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:73.35
Sold shares
Thu 18:20
A lot of shares sold at the last minute!




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