The Greeks won't cave in so quickly, after all they were voted in for change, not more of the same. Can't see the Germans budging on debt payments. Vladamir and his vlads will wait silently in the background hoping for a silent entry into Europe's under belly. Cunning fella. Which could well be the trump card in Greece's favor. Can you imagine Creteograd or Kosograd. Money talks.
Exactly PAKKA. This happens to loads of "radical alternative" governments when they're voted in. They suddenly get given the books, have a skim read, phone their cardiologist and the real world comes crashing in...
Good evening. the noises from Greek Government sound conciliatory.It is early days. Hopefully an agreement on debt repayment will come soon before markets open on Monday. February is likely to see more speculation by analyst on a dividend and buy/sell recommendations. Next week I expect at least one broker coming out with a forecast and gradually more and more brokers will make their presence felt.Usual Brenberg Bank forecast is likely to be predictable I mean negative, but we are getting used these ups and downs and the "we talking to the regulator" statements . Don't mean to be cynical but watching this share over the past few years one can almost predict what is coming our way.Looking at the positives the SP should end February higher than the start. Yes I have a mortgage but don't think the UK lenders/borrowers will ever experience negative interest situation GLA
Meanwhile - revel in the excitement of volitility why don't we? Making money after some sweat and worry is ten times more exciting than a guaranteed win! I'm in again at sub 73 - turn up the heat to gas mark 5 for a few hours and then simmer for 10 days before removing from the heat and enjoying the fruits of your eforts. Rinse and repeat!
IMHO you did nothing wrong, but most people go through the same as you, if not there would be millions glued to their computer screen making a good living.If you can wait for two weeks , you should get money back and more and that is just my best guess.Agree with Wids. good sleep and volatile stock market are poles apart. GL
Don't rely on expectations from government departments in your investment strategy. US GDP is a whooping 50% out and of course "unexpected" DYOR. If the shock of a falling share price disturbs you, the stock market isn't the place for you. Don't wish to sound harsh but you may sleep better investing elsewhere GL
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