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Bank Of Ireland Share Chat (BKIR)



Share Price: 0.25Bid: 0.25Ask: 0.2525Change: -0.0025 (-0.99%)Faller - Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.0025Spread as %: 1.00%Open: 0.25High: 0.255Low: 0.2475Yesterday’s Close: 0.2525


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cooking
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Chancers
25 Apr '16
This site is full of chancers
Charlie on the 16th of march you posted back in @.257 did you sell @ .277 today
 
Charlie87
Posts: 66
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Sold
25 Apr '16
Sold out just before close,

bought in @ .245 so nice two cent gain, nothing major.

Results weeks for a lot of major multinational and a lot of uncertainty around oil which i think could lead to volatility in the markets.

on the plus side sterling rebounded last week so this should bode well for BKIR
X4Eu2
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RE: Gold
24 Apr '16
Aclaw, I phoned Davy several weeks ago to buy some AIB and wound up with some Tullow; don't know how that really happened but glad I did; am up 60%!
BruceJamieson
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Aclaw
24 Apr '16
Shorting much more speculative than gold - which is rising in anticipation of yet more global upheaval. Ross obviously a poor choice if Black Rock bullish about them!
aclaw
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RE: Gold
24 Apr '16
out of boi for a while.. into another mkt segment.. oil... statoil.. norwegian..

gold is too speculative

maybe later in boi.. a bit frustrating with the UT and shorting... was doing fine with Ross until others like blackrock .. got into this stock..
cooking
Posts: 443
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Luas
23 Apr '16
If anyone wants a laugh google how to drive a luas
EAS10
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RE: Gold
22 Apr '16
Having sold out of BOI after ECB meeting a few months ago. I genuinely feel that BOI is being held down by the big boys with the negative mood music around banks and negative interest rates providing easy cover to quietly accumulate stock. If I had surplus cash I would be back investing here as I think investors who can hang on will see a big re rate on this price. The German savers/pension funds will not stand for negative rates for much longer.

Good luck all.
EAS10
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RE: Gold
22 Apr '16
Thanks Trader for the advice. I appreciate your point on worker conditions. I was looking at maybe buying Australian gold. Yeah, I can't see a market that isn't being manipulated now. Hopefully it ends with soft landing like Bertie used to say.
martin1
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Gold
22 Apr '16
My believe only good inv in domesday situation as we say long term it could me more then that
Sorry if I'm being disrespectful the only people you could say is politicians strike gold when the get paid for there principals in Dublin ,as Germany and civil servants run the country
equitrder
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RE: Gold
22 Apr '16
IMO if you think gold is going higher your better off buying the physical because you missed all the gold stocks as the are all trading at multiyear highs.
Personally I like gold right now for the long term but I stay away from a moral point of view.Too much manipulation of govt. and labour bordering on slave labour especially in the Congo.
btw if you are buying a gold company make sure that they don't hedge if you think gold is going higher.




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