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Share Price: 14.00Bid: 13.75Ask: 14.25Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Asian Citrus
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 3.64%Open: 14.00High: 14.00Low: 14.00Yesterday’s Close: 14.00


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cautioussid
Posts: 11,056
Premium Chat Member
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.75
slight rise
13 Jun '12
hopefully the start of a climb back in shareprice
 
LOOK@MYWAD
Posts: 202
Answer
Opinion:Hold
Price:32.50
. . Hello Proby
1 Jun '12
..... Dividend payments can be payed in to your own bank or your share dealing account at your stockbroker...... Also the divi can be reinvested in more shares in the same company. In the latter case there would be no cash payment due. . . . It all depends on your arrangement with your broker....... You had best find out ............ Good Luck
Buchaneer
Posts: 88
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:32.50
no problemo
1 Jun '12
No problem proby62, you are welcome. I'd suggest a nominee account if you don't already have one. Makes dealing much easier and you don;t have to faff around with certificates and paper work.
proby62
Posts: 24
Answer
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:32.50
Buchaneer
1 Jun '12
Thankyou Buchaneer for your reply. I'm going to phone my stockbroker to find out what is happening. Once again thanks its much appreciated.
Buchaneer
Posts: 88
Answer
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:32.75
dividend payment
1 Jun '12
Hi proby62. The dividend would usually come to you by post in the form of a cheque. Unless you have set up a nominee account with your broker, in which case the dividend will be paid into your nominee account. The broker should send you a statement periodically which shows the stocks held in your nominee account together with any monies arising from dividends etc. Hope this helps. I am buchaneer.
proby62
Posts: 24
Question
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:32.75
Dividend
1 Jun '12
Thankyou Kitnlgold. I didn't receive a divi any suggestions what I should do would be appreciated. Is the divi paid through the post to me or to my broker?
KitIngold
Posts: 306
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.25
proby62
29 May '12
You should have been paid a dividend on 04-May-2012. If the shares are registered to you it should go to you.
proby62
Posts: 24
Question
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.25
Divi payment?
29 May '12
Hi, I have some ACHL stock I bought on 22/02/2012.Should I have been paid a divi? If so hows it paid, through the post to home address or to stockbroker? Any help would be much appreciated.
space_cadet
Posts: 65
Research
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:32.75
technical analysis
26 May '12
hmmm, I just so happened to pick ACHL as an analysis company at random, I have posted high definition charts on flickr with the link in the post - http://theartofstockpicking.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/traces.html
beefybeans
Posts: 3
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:33.50
British Bulls recommendation
21 May '12
Asian Citrus Holdings Ltd
Our system posted a BUY CONFIRMED today. The previous SELL recommendation was made on 15.05.2012 (6) days ago, when the stock price was 35.0000. Since then ACHL has fallen -4.64% .

BUY-IF is confirmed by a white candlestick with a higher open. The buying price is taken as today's open ( 33.250 ) according to the Rules of Confirmation



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