looked at CRND early last year, and decided to give them a miss. seem to remember they were about 10p, shot up to over 20p and are now about 12p? - so not my best decision really. What price did you pay?
Tend to agree with you about Lloy - too many head winds will counter any inprovenents, however i will hold in anticipation of 2016
Hi There - looks from your posts that you are having a spat with Pugsy - i filtered him ages ago. He has nothing of relevance to say, is a nasty little toad, and his boot size is a larger number than his IQ - Life is too short to read his inane childish rantings - try your filter button!
Since when did buying and selling shares become a *****ing session. This is getting more and more like facebook/twitter.
If I was that good at predicting the future as some on here claim to be, then I'd be rolling in so much money that I would not be bothered to come on here to gloat.
I buy the shares I buy, because I want to buy them, not because some stranger on the internet, ramps them up or trashes them.
If someone was to point me to a link with decent infomation then I may take that information on board when making my decision.
If anyone likes hot tips and has a stack of chash laying about.
FTO have a cash bid at 10p a share to take the company private. There are currently trading at 9.5p per share. So fill ya boots. Although word of caution the 10p offer is dependant on a 75% approval to go private.
There is also a further 5p bonus hidden in the offer, but most long term investors in FTO do not think this will be forth coming.
As for Lloyds.
If you are after a payoff tomorrow, then probably not for you. If you don't mind holding for a few years, probably some returns on investments to be made. Currently I'm down, over 3 years, I imagine it will do better than leaving the money in the bank.
Oh dear dear me ! Seems like Pugsy Wugsy is a bit rattled now what a Shame! Never mind you'll be a lot more angry when Lloyds pay a Divi next year and several of us remind you that the only Sucker around here old boy is you :)
You need to change the record which has become boring boring boring! Lloyds will pay a Divi in 2015 and when they do there are quite a few of us on this site who will gladly ram the point down your ............ :) so enjoy all your Lloyds bashing while you can because the horse will be cantering very soon before it turns into a gallop and you my dear friend will be left well and truly behind which I will take great pleasure in reminding you of every time you post on this board :)
I agree with Asperger1 the synopsis you mentioned is very much inline with what i believe. No more dumping of shares for the near future...And we must not forget Reuters statement a couple of months ago in which it was mentioned once the divi is announced the share price will stabilize at a proper level....Then the sell by HMG and buy in by pension funds will mop up any excess shares. So i am just waiting with interest at the next RNS!
If my memory serves me correctly the sp headed towards 20 p almost at the same time as the Chief Exec was on sick leave( but thankfully made a quick recovery and bought shares in " the bargain basement");this was not considered inappropiate behaviour I note that the trading plan to sell HMGs remaining stake is not supposed to be at a loss.Does anybody know what the " floor" is based on this and does it take into account the placing at 39 p some years ago
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