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Share Price: 39.50Bid: 39.00Ask: 39.50Change: 0.75 (+1.94%)Riser - Bowleven
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 1.28%Open: 38.75High: 39.50Low: 38.25Yesterday’s Close: 38.75



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themighty
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Price:39.00
Just topped up
30 Jun '14
Looks like this is gonna fly this afternoon just got some more for 39p
 
ShugMonkey
Posts: 122
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RE: guys re chris
30 Jun '14
I've finally found the filter button.
He does remind me of a poster over on ADVFN called Christian Murphy.....I wonder?
selector
Posts: 957
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Price:38.75
$
30 Jun '14
A lot of sizeable a trades coming in.
SirGalahad
Posts: 2,322
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Price:39.25
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RE: Making a living
30 Jun '14
It's not as easy as you think it should be.
ShugMonkey
Posts: 122
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RE: Making a living
30 Jun '14
I think the redundancy is a blessing in disguise.
23 years at the same company.
I'll be free at the end of August, just as the summer ends....bugger.
voger
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guys re chris
30 Jun '14
seems he holds shares in VOG.
He is having a right go at me for posting fact there.
by the way i have been in there for 4 years and still am.
he likes to post negatives here i have noticed over time.
but as he holds VOG he dislikes me posting facts there.
double standards of him i would say.
markp1975
Posts: 257
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Price:38.50
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RE: Making a living
30 Jun '14
I can identify with your aspirations. I've always wanted to trade for a living. My job pays me a good wage and I think it would be very difficult to make the same amount from trading or investing without some really serious capital.

If you could find another job and trade with some of the capital from your redundancy, might that be a safer option? If it goes really well you could always leave the job. Sorry to hear about your redundancy. All the best. MP
myguess
Posts: 580
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Price:38.50
shugmonkey
30 Jun '14
If you do then invest in a proper accountancy package. I use 'timetotrade', which is an online one with charts etc, but more importantly it has full cgt software etc, so that all of your cgt from trading is worked out properly with up to date legislation automatically used. It costs me about £250 a year, but well worth it. Make sure to use your full isa allowance first though for the tax benefits. GL if you do.
Ducksoup
Posts: 10,931
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Price:38.25
Shugmonkey
30 Jun '14
Brave man good luck
ShugMonkey
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Making a living
30 Jun '14
Up to now, all this share buying is supplemental to my income.

Now, due to redundancy, with a fair amount of cash behind me, should I go for it and make it my day job?

Where did you start? More importantly, is it a realistic proposition?



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