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Share Price: 170.80Bid: 187.00Ask: 153.00Change: 2.00 (+1.18%)Riser - Taylor Wimpey
Spread: -34.00Spread as %: -18.18%Open: 170.00High: 171.10Low: 166.10Yesterday’s Close: 168.80


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Curran9
Posts: 685
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:183.70
Findahappyplace
17 Jan '16
That'll be awesome. I really want to see the Northern Lights. When you get back, check out the photography of Tor-Ivar Naess and of Lurie Belegurschi. They take beautiful photos of the Northern Lights.

https://guidetoiceland.is/you-guide/4-days-in-iceland
 
Curran9
Posts: 685
Premium Chat Member
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:183.70
Wallace4
17 Jan '16
... and the US presidential election in November.
findahappyplace
Posts: 287
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Opinion:Hold
Price:183.90
SP
17 Jan '16
I think we should be ok going forward all just need to close your browser for a while. If in doubt remember how much ICE has in this and he is rarely wrong from what I have seen. I have no doubt that this may drop lower in fact I have put an order in for another top up at 175. Hopefully I will lose the £2 and we won't see this price but if we do I am happy to put a few more £'s in. Look how many times this has bounced now, and let's be honest if it wasn't so unstable some of us wouldn't be here as not so much to be made.

Hold your nerve and as already stated it's not a loss until you sell.

Just on my way to Iceland to sotatedellee the northern lights so see you in a few days for hopefully better news :D
wallace4
Posts: 94
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:183.70
Tom
17 Jan '16
I,m all in @ 1.99 I would need a long ladder to reach down to the 1.80's, and a budget like ICE, the thought of selling that low and not being able to get back in scares me, so I guess I will wait at least I get the Divi,
World markets seem to affect TW shares a lot more than there good management,
With Iran back in the oil market,? First Greace, then China, then oil, we've still got the EU vote to come,
Wouldn't want to bet anything in the next year, just got this feeling something really majore will happen this year,
Thanks for your input, at least the sun shines just about every day in Phuket,BOl everyone
Curran9
Posts: 685
Premium Chat Member
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:183.70
Nige_W and TomE
17 Jan '16
It's going to be an interesting week, I agree. I won't be selling anything at a loss. I'll wait for the bounce back.
Nige_W
Posts: 172
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:183.70
TomE
17 Jan '16
Thanks for the reply, just a bit worrying seeing the price 165.4
I still maintain all the troubles in the rest of the world (mid east, China and oil) should be good for tw.
None of these issues affect the demand for housing, cost of labour, materials and so building.
Imho if it was not for these external (and irrelevant) influences the share price should be close to 250 now!
It isn't so I am wrong again, but hopefully the sp will recover to reflect the true value of the company.
Best of luck and hope for a recovery next week.
TomE
Posts: 1,939
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:183.70
dfslicker
16 Jan '16
Df

I think you will find that Nige is referring to the figures shown directly above :-Share Price: 183.70 Bid: 202.10 Ask: 165.40 Change: -0.20 (-0.11%)

GL

Tom :-)
TomE
Posts: 1,939
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Price:183.70
nige_w
16 Jan '16
Nige Hi,

Dont take any notice of these figures The closing SP was 183.90 that's all that counts. When the market closes they put in
figures just to fill the space but these do not mean anything.
When the market opens on Monday the correct up to date figures will appear in the spaces of Share price, Bid & Ask.

Cheers

Tom :-))
Nige_W
Posts: 172
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Price:183.70
Spread?
16 Jan '16
Showing Sp 183.7, Bid 202.1, Ask 165.4
Where do these numbers come from? Do they infer anything for Monday opening price?
TomE
Posts: 1,939
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Price:183.70
wallace4
16 Jan '16
Wallace hi,
I ran out of rungs yesterday and dived into my savings to get back on the ladder.
I personally am still learning on the ladder system but am getting there. It is difficult to spread the loads /rungs into separate trades so I set myself a set of rungs say 10.
In this case I used my 1st rung and bought some shares at 187 BUY
2nd rung 186 BUY
3rd 184 BUY
4th 183 BUY

That leaves me 6 rungs left for buy's next week, but I will in future keep 2 rungs up my sleeve so I still have some cash left for further drops. You are right because at one point you run out of rungs and then you are back on the fence. But yesterday I did something that under normal circumstances I would not do and took more money out of my savings to buy more stock at these IMO very low prices.
The rung system obviously works the other way around ie SELL's, set yourself, maybe not so many say 6 as the SP will only go up so far ( The fall is different IMO as we have seen )
1st rung 2.02
2nd rung 2.03
3rd rung 2.04
4th rung 2.05
Then KEEP 2 ,rungs just in case the SP rises more, then one at a time, say 2.06, 2.07, then back on the fence with a nice little profit awaiting the next opportunity or the Special divi, but MAKE SURE you hold MAX shares prior to the EX DIVI DATE.

Hope this is of some help and use to you. Finally, only buy what you can afford to lose, without pulling your hair out LOL

Best of luck and roll on the £2+

Tom :-)))))))




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