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Share Price: 35.00Bid: 34.00Ask: 35.25Change: 2.50 (+7.69%)Riser - Quindell
Spread: 1.25Spread as %: 3.68%Open: 32.00High: 37.75Low: 32.25Yesterday’s Close: 32.50


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ShallowPockets
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RE: I'd Rather Lose The Lot...
Wed 20:27
Hear, hear.
I too would rather see my hard-earned go to 0 rather than bail and let the dirty stinking shorts buy up my shares.
It's now "sport" to see just exactly how far they can push it down. Today was a pretty pathetic drop on the grand scale of things. Anything less than 20% is not worth batting an eye anymore.
I do still remain 100% confident this is not going to 0, and will spring back. TCG is a pretty good example of a company that can be trodden into the ground, but with the right shake up it can bloom again ... although if it happens here, I think I'll try to bail before the new Chair resigns!
 
Vegas99
Posts: 6,770
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Nonser
Wed 20:26
Hope you get some or all back.
Yoho
Posts: 3,940
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RE: Happy Posting
Wed 20:26
Oh and getting stuffed by Man United don't forget ....
Nonserviam
Posts: 343
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RE: Losses
Wed 20:23
£50k down
Yoho
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RE: QPP scripts
Wed 20:22
True I know very little compared to you guys ,always willing to learn though ,could never figure the accounts here never made sense the huge accruals to me that is ... But hey you knew better ,only a matter of time for that to become apparent ....
Sparkle1
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shallowpockets
Wed 20:21
HI shallowpockets, i said i;d get back to you... given the Fed decisions announced in the last hour, we have revised our models and will be buying from opening tomorrow as the indicators are that a) topline bad news has turned b) the FTSE 100 has just got back into its regression lines this afternoon. Will twitch a bit but should now rise circa 400 points unless oil drops like a stone to e.g. $45 etc/Greek elections.
If it is of interest to you, have just finished the FTSE100 fund which is highly conservative and low risk and am moving onto next 250 this evening...
will post what we are buying if it is of interest to you - let me know as dont want to bore everyone senseless here. Cheers..
Vegas99
Posts: 6,770
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Losses
Wed 20:20
Who's more than £10k down? WSG my biggest loss (paper)
TooTerrible
Posts: 148
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I'd Rather Lose The Lot...
Wed 20:18
Than listen to one word from the vile, vain vagrant. I'm sitting on thumping losses like many people but I do not believe RT is the real villain. I believe he is a victim like many so far of a well-orchestrated and executed heist. If RT was just a fraction of the things that have been accused of him....he would and could have sold out many moons ago around 682p equivalent. He didn't..he sold at the bottom of the market ( or very near) for reasons that will emerge soon. His sale has allowed the shell Shorters to gobble up cheap shares and exit. A compromise you could say. I am in no doubt who the real villains are! I will not be harassed and harangued and abused by a Christmas fruitcake to sell my shares to provide the villains with a cheap exit. Real British people stand up to a fight and face it down...we are renowned (and admired) the world over for our tenacity and Bulldog spirit..and I say we ( the geniuine investors) will not be moved. Anyone can make the easy decisions but it takes great inner fortitude to stand up and be counted. When the going gets tough....hold the line. There will be a turnaround in this SP on fundamentals and once the aspersions have been eradicated by the PWC report and some striking appointments; of this I am certain. And it's not confirmation bias..its sound judgement. What's been playing out by the Court Jester et al..is a theatre based on the old Chinese proverb: shoot the chicken to frighten the monkey! Don't be a chicken! Good luck to every investor ...long or short I care not...as we all have a position and opinion and that's what makes us human and makes a market. However, the antics from the alcohol soaked puppet pounshop are infra dig in every respect. Most people have some redeeming characteristics...this creature has none that I have discerned. Chins up! You've got to be prepared to lose in order to win and I will take my chances with the rest. I believe firmly that we will win in the end. This is a period of local difficulty!
Legalease
Posts: 289
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RE: Happy Posting
Wed 20:13
And the night just gets better and better:)
MyNokiaN900
Posts: 422
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RE: What is everyone's average cost..
Wed 20:13
Ah Chico the clown telling us what we should be doing or not doing because Chico here is the expert...





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