Couldn't do it. Dropped below 30. Went into bank and got loan. Even with an interest rate of around 10% I hope that I'll still be up in a year or 2, plus I'll enjoy the conservatory a bit more :-) Will have to test out capacity when it's built but it will hopefully be cosy (on seperate note, something I learned watching conservatory prices all year, they started dropping in September and now you'll get a good percentage off as noone in their right mind would do it now. Between March and September is peak season and you'll pay top dollar). What would the prizes be for? Who made the most. Who lost the most. Who held out the longest
Hopefully that will clear up the mystery of the UT. great detail there senator. I hope you were able to cut and paste some of that. I think we will just have to accept there is no conspiracy against bkir. Its just a volatile share. A couple of brokers have a 35c price target so it's not far of that I suppose. Unless the ecb capitulate on qe the next major focus will be FY14 results next march. Worth waiting for imo.
The last trade at 16:35 is a "UT" uncrossing trade and can generally be ignored. For those of you who want to know how it is calculated:
The Uncrossing Algorithm performs a series of passes within an individual market, matching the best bids and best offers present in the price time sequence. When all crossed volume has been matched, an Uncrossing Trade Price can be determined for the market. This price is found by applying one of the following calculations. The calculation used is determined by the presence of residual limit volume within that market following uncrossing. The four possible cases are: • There is no remaining bid or offer limit volume in the market Uncrossing Trade price = the average of the bid and offer price from the last match. • There is remaining limit offer volume but no limit bid volume in the market Uncrossing Trade Price = offer price from last match. • There is remaining limit bid volume but no limit offer volume in the market Uncrossing Trade Price = bid price from last match. • There is remaining limit offer and limit bid volume. To determine the Uncrossing Trade Price in this case: • Determine what the Best Offer Price is. Determine what the Bid Price is from the last match. Take the lowest of these. This is known as the ‘High Price’. • Determine what the Best Bid Price is. Determine what the Offer Price is from the last match. Take the highest of these. This is known as the ‘Low Price’. The Uncrossing Trade Price is the average of the ‘High Price’ and ‘Low Price’. If this value is halfway between two tick values the price allocated to all uncrossed business will be rounded towards zero (rounded down if the value is positive, rounded up if the value is negative). If no matches occur within a market there will be no Uncrossed Trade Price for that market.
IN SUMMARY ITS A THEORETICAL CALCULATION PERFORMED BY THE EXCHANGE. NOTHING TO DO WITH SHORTING OR A VIEW ON THIS SHARE
Have to sell 50k today as I put down deposit for conservatory and the guy is chasing me for the rest. Been avoiding him for last two weeks. Had limit on .315 yesterday but it only went to .314. Now I'll be lucky to get .30. You might notice a steady climb around lunch time right after I offload them 😄
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