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Share Price: 119.40Bid: 119.40Ask: 119.50Change: 2.20 (+1.88%)Riser - Taylor Wimpey
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.08%Open: 118.00High: 119.80Low: 117.50Yesterday’s Close: 117.20


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Iceguy
Posts: 99
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:112.20
Mornington rise
3 Aug '14
Never sell all my position
Best to trade in small batches and roll them
I'm currently sat on 403262 shares and at close of 112.20 I'm £7005. Up

If the market declines lower than 111.4 it will sell a batch of shares on auto still pulling me a profit and allowing me to buy back
if they go the other way I sell in batches hence always rendering a profit that way if they keep increasing you still have shares increasing making a larger profit (if you sell everything in first upturn your out of the game and carnt play so by dividing it into chunks to buy/ sell your always in the game and should always be able to turn a profit
Some days there's no movement and it's not possible
More trades you do the greater your trading allowance becomes so as long as you can cover your self in the event of it going against you your all sound ,
Sometimes I get a hot tip and play with another share
Had one other day and purchase 100000. Shares in another stock and it went up 13 percent the next day sold and came back to tw
Just case of research and instinct
Oh n not giving a shi...t if you loose !!
Risk stops most people in life
Only him whom risks is truly free after all we are all born with nothing and all die with nothing so what do we have to loose ??
NOTHING
But that's just my zany opinion
 
mornington-oz
Posts: 7,781
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Price:112.20
Ice
3 Aug '14
You say that a 1p rise pulls in over £4K, unless my maths is wrong, you must be buying around £425k worth at a time on a very regular basis. Can't say I've seen those trades daily.
mornington-oz
Posts: 7,781
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Price:112.20
Tw
3 Aug '14
You say that a 1p rise pulls in over £4K, unless my maths is wrong, you must be buying around £425k worth at a time on a very regular basis. Can't say I've seen those trades daily.
calisto
Posts: 916
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Price:112.20
Vizhy
3 Aug '14
No difference at all. We need the company to BuY the shares back and cancel them just like Shell is going to do . Consolidation is just a window dressing exercise. At 3 for 1 each consolidated share would be roughly 327p but all other metrics would be unaffected. rbs did this afew years ago at 10 for 1
Iceguy
Posts: 99
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:112.20
Day trading
2 Aug '14
Somtimes you have to sell at a loss in order to keep in the game ie you might be 2k minus but if you sell and the share keeps dropping you can buy back when it settles and recover the 2 k loss
I do work when I feel like it and I do MAnuel work been brick laying all day but thsts as I enjoy creating things and it's better than the gym
A 1 pence rise pulls in just over 4k but a 1 pence drop does the same last few weeks it's been up down traders dream !!
I wStch the news all the forums and if I see a profit sell
I buy in batches both way and set auto sell / buy
I play with rbs
Barclays loyds and over last few weeks it's been great huge rises
I also look to place shares for the divi sit on them few weeks and sell them cashing in on the diveden and SP growth as a result of everyone getting in and pushing price up
I used to be in for the long haul but I think those days are gone
Him who dares wins ??
I spend a lot of time over in ukrain did you know you can collect 20% intrest in ukrain banks and no tax ??
And exchange rate jumped through the roof a pound used to be 12 HRY now it's 20 HRY
TomE
Posts: 302
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:112.20
johnson36
2 Aug '14
Hi ya, re your earlier post ( I'm not looking forward to Monday, all the way back down to 103p)
I am just waiting for a chance to buy about 30K worth of TW shares to top up, if it does reach anywhere near 103, I will buy more. Hope this will be in time for the divi date.
I think as long as they are purchased before 22nd Aug it will be ok. I personally think this is a great time to top up and I sincerely hope that after the divi date they will start to gain some movement northward. Have a good W/E,
T
I was going to top up yesterday at 108 but missed the boat. Drat and blast
johnson36
Posts: 1,149
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:112.20
Tom
2 Aug '14
It will be a little bit more per day once you minus off the Bank Holidays
TomE
Posts: 302
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:112.20
johnson36/mornington
2 Aug '14
Hi ya, Just going over a quick calculation, this means on a 5 day trading week he would get (over 17 months)

£26000 / 22days in the month less w/e's that is £1182 PER DAY.

IMO he has made a mistake in his calcs or is telling huge PORKIES. If I could make that per day I would not be working.
johnson36
Posts: 1,149
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Price:112.20
mornington
2 Aug '14
I would like to know if he is buying shares or spread betting ? obviously the £10k will go a lot further in a spead betting account with leverage
mornington-oz
Posts: 7,781
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Price:112.20
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RE: mornington
2 Aug '14
Wonder if I give him £10k he can earn me £26k per month. I will pay him a nice commission.



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