Last September I sold out of BKIR thinking that because it's share price has already grown so much it was unlikely to grow any more. I invested in PCI another Irish company and waited for another success story. PCI share price retreated between September and Christmas.....BKIR share price retreated marginally before climbing by more than 30%. Ok, PCI recoverd and yielded a modest gain but I would have been up by a big margin if I hadn't panicked like I did. Moral of the story: stick to an obvious winner. Bkir will reward those patient investors who are clever enough and brave enough to maintain course. And yes I am nailing my colors to the mast here by saying that I believe share price will rise to the 40 cent mark before too long.
Can you take the uk trades on their own as determining price? Over 300 million traded in dublin which is a big enough day. Two trades of 67million (buy) were the largest but others of 40million and 25 million as well. I don't know the sell/buy ratio.
Three times as many shares sold as were bought today and still the effect on the price was marginal.
We are standing at 10.2 BLn, which in my view is healthy when you consider how long we were stuck on 2.5BLn not all that long ago.
As far as the golf clubs go my game is returning but only in flashes - still I made two birdies but had two horrible holes -so I'm not there yet. Never mind the weather was beautiful and good temperatures too so it's good to be alive at the moment.
Will be in the "Kingdom" over the weekend, so mind yourself Radar because I'm bound to pick up a couple of tickets which I always seem to manage when I'm over there.
The weather here is great at the moment so will be bringing it with me because I expect to get good run on the fairways.
mmmmmm politics, my favourite topic. Let´s start saying that each case is different but the concept of selfdetermination such as the one Scotland is voting for or Cataluña, in my country, intends to do is in my not humble opinion complete bullsheet. Why? because there is nothing as easy, as a politician, than apologising or lobbying for selfdetermination . Who would not like to govern themselves rather than by somebody else somewhere else?. However, the problem here is that right of selfdetermination following this thinking is unlimited as anybody could in theory request it. Otherwise we would be creating two types of citizens.Those with the right to selfdetermine themselves and those without it. Who prevents or will neglect the right of the Scottish people who are not for independence today to govern themselves within the new Scottland (or free attach themselves to the remaining of the UK) if they decide so in the future? Same for those catalans or basques or other citizens that do not feel they want to belong to these new countries. Thus selfdetermination or independence is nothing but a bullsheet that prevents ANY political structure to consolidate as such. i.e the CHAOS. Europe has been fighting against these nationalisms throughout the XX century for a reason as the damage they can do to any political stability is enormous. It would be a shame, and a danger, to see all that work wasted. Hopefully common sense prevails.
Summer doldrums. Just the normal ebb and flow of the stock market. With summer coming to an end investors will start to get back in the game. Time to put their golf clubs away and start paying attention to their portfolios again.
The Scots should vote for Independence but won't... they could be one of the wealthiest small countries in Europe but I am of the opinion that most of them feel too 'British' to leave the Union. Retaining the Queen of the UK as their head of state would be ridiculous though... how can you be independent and have a foreigner as your head of state?? And Sterling?? No it has been badly thought out. Despite the polls the NO vote will prevail quite easily.
A chance missed. England would be a much poorer place without Scotland and that is why they want SCOTLAND to stay on board. Scotland the brave??? I don't think so and I don't think I will be proved wrong either. C'mon SCOTLAND ....HAVE SOME BALLS and vote Yes!
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