well I was tempted to do just that. Big relief rises tend to fizzle out the next day as profit takes move in. Again I just sat on my hands and hindsight will show up my decision one way or another.
For me though it was more about the divi, or lack of. l suspect that once sold I might have put the money somewhere else. Lets hope this is the start of some real improvement and a divi will be restarted sooner albeit I suspect somewhat reduced. Must go and see the presentation to see what they had to say for themselves
Ftse a bit late today, after 4:20pm, so could not affect Tesco. We'll see how it performs ovenight (futures), and if it drops further, Tesco may open down tomorrow. Dunno, just posting so I can be corrected by those more knowledgeable!
Yes, it would be interesting to see if Tesco will drop tomorrow or continue a little further up. If I had shares, I would have sold them today at max profit. Not risking gap down tomorrow, but since you have not done it, you might be in more profit tomorrow. I wish you good luck, but can't say I wish sp to go up tomorrow as I am short on tesco. Best may be, that sp goes up first so you can sell, then drops like a stone till I catch it, lol!
Got shares at 2.20 and then averaged them down at 1.60 odd to 2.00 now I'm in profit do I sell and buy again when it goes down to sub 2 pound or do I just stay long I think tomorrow and Monday could shape the next few months on this one
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