One would hope Mr Judge is making his mind up, all I am pointing out is that the case attracted a lot of negative sentiment when Barcs were in a negative spiral and now they seem to be improving somewhat the dark pool case being thrown out would certainly help matters. That being said I have no idea if anyone is due to opine.
It seems logical that the sp will fall back after it goes ex D but how far and for what other reason ? I note from your earlier posts that you think we could see it sub 200..... I am not holding any shares having sold Barcs last week but feel longer term this wouldn't be the worst share to be in but as with everything it is all about timing..............
I can't find any updates on the Dark pool case. It seems to have gone quiet for the moment. I wonder if the judge is taking his time considering the different arguments. I don't know whether to read it as a good, or bad thing, that it's gone quiet.
As I have said previously, I'm not convinced by the bear argument at the moment. be interesting to see what happens to the shares if the dark pool case gets thrown out? They reacted before by falling perhaps 15p.
I had around 400 Halifax shares which at one time were worth nearly £10 each....admittedly they were freebees received when it turned into a bank. My losses however were still annoying so I decided to invest in LBG to "win" my losses back, buying initially in the low 40's all the way down to 23p. Sold off nearly half to take my CGT allowance but still hold 100,000 at an average of about 35p.
It seems to me if you fancy buying into another share the best thing to do is sell off half of your existing holding to raise the funds...that way you hedge your bets.....its not nice seeing a share you've just sold shootong up in value.ATB
I held them for 4 years at a massive loss I had an average of 52p after topping up for years like here and after years of looking in from the outside watching traders saying they was making big bucks jumping in and jumping out for years selling high buying back lower way under my average I started to become a green eyed monster so when Lloyds reach the early 60s I thought I give it a go and sold 59p 63p range ( 50/50 sells) sadly Lloyds shares just carried on moving up and up to the lows 80s and I was sooooooooooo gutted
That’s why I bought Barclays shares at 283p to get the Right Issue shares as I thought Barclays was unvalued compared to Lloyds n RBS ( asloI like Bank shares )
Banked £ 10500 but missed out on £20000 there money is money so won in the end …. not doing this same here with BARCS I want 275p to 300p before I may give it another go ..lol
I really want to hold to in here and make sure I am part of the action over the next few years as I truly believe the good times are coming with Barclays Bank Shares
fleccy I wouldn't worry about it. Hasn't had any effect on the share price either way.
fleccy I wouldn't worry about it - hasn't had an effect on the share price either way. I was in a share though once and a guy came on claiming he knew for sure that a takeover was coming at a certain price and even mentioned the brokers dealing with it. Nothing came of it. atb
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