Hi Yes showing a loss on Sainsbury's, But got a Good Dividend, how much could I loose on Lloyds? they were over £5 some time ago, now they are 75p with NO dividend in Site, so what share should I keep? Lets see what Price Sainsbury and Lloyds shares re in 6 months time, and How much the Dividends those companies pay??When I held Lloyds shares, they were a good investment, Now not such a good investment, that's my view,after investing in Lloyd many years ago.
If you want to make a quick buck and then move onto the next gravy train well then this train has really pulled into a siding.
So those day traders playing with their own money but with no stop loss orders have had to go back to the real world and work as the stock is worth less now.
But those who are just investing for the long term can see this turning the corner.
I'm a short term holder of shares, but I have no need to sell on a loss. As this is no where near my main income, it's just a dabble here and there. Will not effect xmas or my pension or anything really.
If I was close to pension age I would hope I'd be moving my assets from shares to fixed bonds, but it's easy to be clever after the fact.
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