NeepHead did a spreadsheet comparing both systems and found that for RBS trading was more profitable possibly because it's been ranging for the last couple of years . Had it been trending , the results may have been different . Hard to tell really , so many variables to consider. Wouldn't argue about the rates situation , can't see any change in the foreseeable .
someone who has mad lost and is making again I have found that it pays to do tease tach take a view and STICK to it trading in and out just hands commission to the brokers for which you may get a x mas card or even a case of wine at Crimbo. For me I have held rbs for years and have added enough at the lows to see me on a nice profit. I believe this is only the beginning for RBS so I will continue to hold and add more if the share price should fall again. We are entering interesting times inflation is low and may fall more yet so carney has no room to move on rates. The banks are returning to good health HMG efforts not withstanding . Patience will reward gl
No, just a simple Varadero 125. Never had a bike before but had Fort William history and one day BigEvil posted about having a run up to FW on his bike. This is what took my fancy. Haven't ever done that, its a long way from East Mids, but who knows maybe one day.
Mind the gap.....I see what you mean. I think I need to start at the beginning again and re-learn all I have already learned. Once I've finished this challenge I might have the time. The Clyde facilities might be a wee bit cold but you're on the right track. I'll let you know later if this was a good move that's if I survive this one.
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