Heya guys, long term reader of these forums first time poster.. former Lloyds Bank employee current TSB employee. I personally dont think we will see much price movement with the news tomorrow. We have largely expected a Pass for a good couple of weeks. I am a big believer in LLOY and any spare cash I have will be used mopping up (IMO) these bargain SPs with a view of strong long term gain. It is going to be a long rocky road but all the pieces are starting to come together. I have grown bored of checking the SP 3/4/5 times a day hoping to reach certain milestones, I am sure my confidence will be justified in time.
still falling so for whatever reason that is bad for everyone. I just filled my oil tank for much less than last time so I guess that is very bad. The FTSE is pathetic as an index it is worthless and as easily manipulated as an AIM stock as someone has already pointed out. I seem tio detect the strench of the Vampire Squid and friends.
The Grand old Duke of York, he marched them up to the top of the Hill, then Marched them down again, Just like this share price. Look at that Big sell off? Why? you guessed it, to make their Christmas look good.
couldent agree more , i have never sold in the 80s even tho i swear to every time but its always the really good news is coming bad tome to be out etc etc , its the most infuriating basket case of a share on the market and god knows why anyone puts up with it.
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