AIM's i top up when i can.....i've done ok with my ISA BBY, LLOY, TSCO and a tiny dabble with RMP.....defo could have got substantially more than i did with LLOY amd RMP but took £500 on LLOY and £110 on RMP, and sold way too early...LLOY especially, if i had waited a week i would have gone from 27p to 32p....almost 18% on 25k would have been lovely, and RMP would have been 50% from 14p to 21 or 22p recently...but i look at it that i was not at a loss, so added with my BBy profit of 900 and TSCO several times in last couple of months of about 1500, its not been too bad......BUT i do not forget my losses on CAZA,RRL,WGP, and a couple of others too, which add up after a while....so i am still defo DOWN overall........but enjoying the whole process....i think i have got that Del Boy spirit, this time next year Rodders, we'll be millionaires.....!!!!! who knows eh.... good luck everyone, lets get England through and have a great blue run to end the month on a high
Ive been invested here for 6 months as an average of 0.34p... Not got much invested as i want to see some sign of it breaking out of its trend... It really is a no brainer at these levels, its the timescales which i am unsure about. ATB
Dont blame you ive got 2 million of these babies and asive said before holding for 1p-2p did by buying between .29-.33 anything under .35 is a gr8 buy IMO .Sit and wait for EMC Street Lighting Hotel news and watch her multi bag !!!!!
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Ryan Sanderson of IMS commented, "The environmental impact that global adoption of LED lighting will have is colossal. Lighting accounts for approximately 19% of the world's energy use at present. IMS Research predicts that in 2016 around 15% of all lighting will be accounted for by LED, which would reduce global energy consumption of lighting by around 20%."
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