Between the 19th and the 21st this month , the SP dropped from a high of 385.90 to a low of 369.40 . Not suggesting the ship is sinking but maybe the water's a bit choppier or it's a bit further from port than it appears to be .
Just be aware that the ship is steadily sailing into quieter waters and the spikes up and down are like the waves in the sea, as the ship gets nearer to port the storms are fewer and the waves are smaller. 17-20p drop is a lot to ask the way things are now. GLA
May well see 375p or even 370p ,still think we may see the GAP getting closed at 366p . As you say corrections happen all the time you need to understand the risks . Still not sure if Tally does .Hope I'm wrong .
Sorry but it's got nothing to do with the number of shares you have or had . It's about the percentage increase in the SP , whether they're 38p or 380p is irrelevant . If there had been no consolidation the likelihood is that the SP would be around 38.8 at the moment .the market sets the price depending on profit and potential profit and the number of shares in issue , no chance of it being £1 ....Not that I'm suggesting you should trust banks or bankers , I'm not ,but you ain't been robbed .
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