Yes I get it but clearly you dont and you obviously no idea of what RMG contributed to the goverment of the days coffers over the years, I would explain it to you about how we couldnt invest for years because of the majority shareholder ie the goverment wanting their chunk but going by your posts I think it would go over your head. I am asuming you are invested here so you must see some potential or if not your are just trolling the board with silly comments.
Not that i have to explain myself to you but i have bought and sold these shares over 25 years and with dividends and profits have obtained £52000 in profit and still got a 30000 holding in shares in the company i know what im doing and do not need to lie Think Long Termer i am
Please stop with your nonsense about your Rolls Royce holding or at least try to be consistent.
If we check out your comments on the Tesco share chat then you said you had a holding of 32,000 per your comment on 12th August.
That day you also boasted that you had purchased shares in "certain company" for only 64p and they were now worth over £10 per share.
On the 25th August your holding is suddenly down to 30,000
On the 27th August you said your holding had cost you £15,000 and was now worth £310,000
On the 1st September you said you had purchased 20,000 shares in December 1998 at £1.08 giving a cost of £21,600. You then made a further "massive investment" after 9/11 taking your investment to over £25,000. This mean the extra investment made by you was around £3,400. Rolls Royce shares on after 9/11 dropped to £1.12 meaning you would have only been able to purchase around 3,000 shares with the extra investment made.
You have also realised a profit of over £52,000 which suggests that you have sold some of your holding.
It is not difficult to get historical prices for Rolls Royce and at no point since your original purchase date or prior were they as low as 64p.
Is your holding 32,000 or 30,000 or 23,000 or some other spurious figure?
Just how much have you really invested, if anything? A wise investor would not put all their eggs in one basket, it doesn't make sense and generally speaking if it doesn't make sense then its not true.
Filtered your right that is exactly what your business has to do get rid of all the dead wood and you may have a chance i have had a good living through work and investments so a real touch of reality for you striking posties will wake you up ,i bet your militant union are hateing all this so take a pick Company or Striking and think of your investment im laughing as im typeing goodbye i will continue with a real ftse 100 company
Arsenal17 like any other major organisation RMG has had its issues over productivity and Industrial Relations but thankfully this has changed dramatically over the last few years. Your posts are coming across as belittling postmen and woman. From experience I can tell you that many of them are very inteliigent and financially savvy. Of course we do have all levels of skills and experience withing RMG including, Accountants, IT experts, Graduate entrants, project managers, HGV drivers, statisticans, PR Marketing experts, Communications teams, web designers, telephony experts, workload managemet etc etc
There is a lot more to Royal Mail than just the posties. Although they are the backbone and the vast majority do a bloody great job, IMO
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