And if you want to build up the holding over a period of years before taking as cash most companies will do scrip/drip shares,often referred to as reinvests...the costs associated are minimal. I've got all my sipp ones on reinvest and main on normal but if you're in a nominee it's easy as your broker should do all the corporate actions as part of the nominee fee. I'm not sure how it works with certificate holdings on costs though.
learn about the markets in general aswell,which sectors have done well and which sectors are scraping along the bottom,the ones scraping along the bottom tend to catch up and do well coming out of a recession........next year the ul is expected to grow by around 2.5% to 3%(gdp wise).so that excellent for a western economy,so whatever you choose ftse100 wise stands a real good chance of doing well........... but you have to keep an eye on the markets in general just in case something bad happen,like a bank going down or iran threatening Israel,if those happened,you sell the banks and buy bae.lol.......... think next year should be good tho,aslong as nowt goes t-ts up.............
Proximity of the ex div is well worth looking into bud. Quarterlies are my favourite clearly but I have as much in azn as gsk. Most quality recovers the SP after the ex and rises before and a lot of folks I know trade this rather than going for the div or grab the div and sell on break after. IMO divs are the only true profit as you get money without selling any shares!
Well Lego really. I'll eat my swimming hat if that Seifert guy buys any shares in kaz (using his current name at any rate) as he's been running the company down to the lowest for as long as I can remember and accusing them of all manner of things. Wonder where the Wightlady has gone to although Vlad Lenin still pops up now and again. And all that parlez vous francais stuff on the lloy bb what's that all about lol.
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