IMHO no. A No vote may cause Lloy to maybe spike to 76p very briefly but remember this share will never escape the 75p level properly until HM Gov sells off all remaining shares at that 75p mark. The only way to make money here is to buy at 74p or lower.
Best bet is a Yes vote with a panic drop to 69p. As soon as it is clear the world will not end there will be a decent bounce to 75p next week.
I sold out of Lloyds at 85p and 83p this year and this is the first opportunity I will have to make a profit from the 70p - 75p range the share is stuck in till Govt fully exits hopefully before 2016.
Guys what do you reckon.. Apolgies if I'm being lazy and haven't read fully through today's posts and this has been covered a thousand times! But if it's a 'no' vote tomorrow is it worth piling into more lloyds shares? Any response welcome. Cheers!
OK, he does hold office as an MP (and ex-Privy Councillor I expect).
But he did wreck the UK economy. I think most people would agree on that. £156billion deficit the year he left office alone, with nothing to show for it but a deluge of debt to come. Most failed, disasterous Prime Minister since the war - worse even than Eden who at least left a healthy economy, worse even than Sunny Jim Callaghan who would never have called a concerned lady voter "some bigoted old woman" whilst wearing a radio mike.
And now the most disasterous ex-Prime Minister ever, making promises to Scotland he (or even Cameron) have no hope of keeping and will only lead to disappointment and another referendum in 3 years time.
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