Alcidas It very much depends on how much you paid when you purchased them But you can sit back and watch My belief rightly or wrongly is that we will see 73.5 today or tomorrow The FTSE will have a bit of a pull back and this will have a knock on effect
But on a brighter note The sun has just popped through the clouds
There was an opportunity this morning to sell @74.95 Sadly I missed it, my meds were working overtime and I was in the land of nod
I would have sold @74.95 and I failed to put a limit order in too I must be getting senile in my dotage I believe we will see a fall back if not today tomorrow
Not by great amounts but enough to pay the shopping bill for a couple of weeks I see 73.4 or 73.5 on Friday
I am not in the least big negative on the long term value of Lloyds but I will take the opportunity when it presents itself
So interesting to see that some of the big boys think a dividend may be paid when the year end results are paid Roll on the 28th February If a divi id paid it will be a very pleasant suprise I know many here have been starved of a divi for far too long and I do feel for those shareholders who were almost wiped out by the crash and HBOS debacle I consider myself one of the very lucky ones having sufficient funds to plough more cash in on bothe OO and the RI as well as when they fell to sub 30p But always look on the bright side There are so many things to enjoy in life Your childrens smiles Your grand childrens smiles and do take time to speak to your parents in this hurley burly world Slow down and just smell the flowers every now and then If you are near the sea smell the ozone Back to shares Good luck with any share decisions you make today
The problem with Lloy is no one knows the size of the black holes called PPI and other issues like Libor .. Even the CEO seemed oblivious of the scale when he made a bold statement about LLOY going to be the high dividend paying share!!! Does not help his credibility, does it? No disrespect meant , the analysts have to earn a living like every one else. The board had been having meetings after meeting with regulators and turned down everytime and asked to go back to drawing board. The Board is yet to learn how to get their sums right. All meetings with regulators have drawn a blank so far . Not sure why the regulators should agree to talk to LLOY after so many failed meetings, a waste of money and time.Is it time for a shake up? GLA
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