The oil price is going nowhere fast and we have plenty of margin so no worries on that front at the moment. Do enjoy your 15%, personally I'm staying put and waiting for 150% or even 1500% (slightly hopeful)
patch you must scare easily:) but getting out of anything with 15% is not all bad as if you can do it often you can make a pretty good income but as vegas said it is a dangerous game ,there is also a time when you have to take a hit now and again, as I posted a month or so ago I sold out of NTOG and bought more magp shares a few times at 2.67 for selling at xmas as I already have a large holding from the start I will have to the end, I also bought in to NRRP at the time which has also risen so although I took a 19% hit on NTOG so far I have more than made up for it ,that could change tomorrow of course but I reckon both will rise and as i have been riding my luck lately I have put a hundred quid on the gunners at 7/2
Some good points IMO 'mixing your drinks' can be dangerous and very few people doing long term investing and trading well. By trading for a few % here and there and not sitting on your hands long enough the real gains can be missed, most big long term multi bag shares have few people in from the beginning/early stages and most people end up 'top slicing' so much that they end up with a much smaller holding than when they started and in some cases this can result in missing out on life changing amounts. Trading well is a skill which needs lots of capital, near prefect timing and lots of time to hit the sp's at the right minute - IMO not many do this well compared to those losing, making a little or breaking even ! IMO.
If your trading fair enough take your profits and go, if you call yourself an investor why would you sell when the company announces a banking facility and tells you they will be self funding very soon? Not to mention rapid low cost low risk growth over the next quarter.
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