Yeah I think builders may be a good bet with the Help-to-Buy/New Buy schemes that have been introduced. I was actually looking at Persimmon a couple of weeks ago and since then it's up about 20%. I think I'd just sell out an take 20% tbh and then just stick it in a cash ISA at 2% still making me money on the mortgage.
For some reason I can't bring myself to buy Lloyds after selling out at 40p ish and waiting for a retrace that never happened. I also buy a few each month out my salary as I work for them (hence the 0.5% mortgage).
Decesions, decisions...watch me jump in at the top now, I'm very good at buying at the exact wrong moment lol
i like taylor wimpey if it holds over a pound i can see a move up to 1.20 next. Housebuilders are fashionable this year i think you make more on tw just buying and leaveing it ,also lloys i feel is in a new chapter its about time it moved up and i guess it will soon , asc is intresting moves on tiny volume but it big money per share
I'm considering just that at the moment. Nothing major, although it's still a lot for me - I can get £5,000 at 0.5%…it only adds £18 a month onto my mortgage. I just don't know where to put it. Maybe Vodafone. Any opinions on stable share?
That is a really big drop........I would be a bit nervous personally, the main question is at what gold price does their project become unworkable.....I think they based their costs and margins on $1400 how does the company fare if gold is at $1250 for a while? I'll have a better look later but that was just at a glance. Is it a trade or an investment.
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