just been on the phone to them, and I will have to sell the shares then re-buy them again into my ISA account. So even a penny difference will lose me quite a bit. I think I will wait and sell them when the time is right, hopefully xmas and hopefully add them to the isa in the troughs.
Sounds about right. I use HL (that's NOT a recommendation) and have an ISA a/c, SIPP, and a basic trading account. In the ISA you can generally hold OEIC funds and shares on FTSE companies (i.e. NOT AIM listed companies). But as far as I understand it the big bonus is that all gains and dividends are tax free. In a trading account SP gains are taxable under Capital Gains Tax and dividens are taxable under Income Tax. - Nightmare!
It is amazing how little understanding some investors have of the fundamentals of this Company.Most of the money for shft's contracts will come in the second half of their financial year ie now and within next three months.There are some massive contracts ongoing and Hindustan Zinc is one of them but no money(10%) of theirs have been counted into the last six-monthly report.All this will be ni the Annual report after December of this year.Personally I am glad that my dividend will buy me more shares after the 5th of October at the current prices if they stay like that.All major mining Companies depend on firms like SHFT for the maintanance of mining shafts,dams and drilling new ones and there are not that many of them with the expertise like SHFT has.My broker is adamant that I shall do well long term here and hence I keep it in an ISA.By Christmas we should be well over a £1/share imo.Stach.
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