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Debt camel lol. One douche on there took a loan out for 4k has paid back 4.2k and owes 3.8k. He s pretty much asking do i have to bother paying anymore cos i d rather not and they re calling my guarantor. No s^/t sherlock. He should be sent to a labour camp IMHO.
Difference is , people don't need to necessirily go to the cinema or travel by aeroplane to an exotic destination. People need money plain and simple. No more Wonga. 5% UK unemployment at worst ever 5% here . Jp Morgan buys. Director buys . Floodgates about to open up here.
To be honest, LTH, I would have invested into Cineworld years ago. But I grew up in a time when cinema was the only way to watch new movies and I always hated that being the only way. My first experience with cinema was when I was about five years old and and as soon as I handed the ticket over, they guy tore it apart and threw it in a bin. I guess that has traumatised me, otherwise I wouldn't remember that every time I get dragged to a cinema and to get me into one, means you have to drag me. For me cinema is a fossil and these days with oversized foods of everything. There was a short period in time, when I enjoyed cinema. In the mid-1980s... they had more room, larger and more comfortable seats, lamps on each seat that didn't annoy, a button to order and ashtrays :-) I think the last movie I watched in cinema was one of the Star Trek movies.
i mean, i hate being in debt but im into Amigo shares, not sure if thats the same premise but i just follow the money :) and cineworld pays good divis usually so im surprised you didnt snap up some cheap shares there :P i can just picture you being a nightmare at the cinema , PSSST wherre are you? i hope you are not the person who always throws popcorn at my head
LTH I was thinking of investing into Cineworld, but I didnt :-) The reason is very simple: I HATE Cinemas :D . If I visit a cinema I ask specifically for the sweet or crisp bags, that make the most noise lol. I remember when we stood in the queue for Titanic and I suddenly said really loud: "NOT TRYING TO SPOIL, BUT THE SHIP WILL SINK AT THE END!" and you should have seen the reaction to believe it lol. I never knew that many 'Skippies' going 'Ntz Ntz Ntz' lived in the same town in England lol. And then there was movie, to which I got dragged to, when suddenly the question came: "Oh great! I don't suppose anyone here speaks German..." And I piped up: "Ja! Ich!" and the entire cinema burst into laughter. My usual trick is to suddenly needing a wee, then going a crafty fag and then pretending not to find my row and going "PSSSSSSSSSST.... where are you????? I can't see you....." :D
we also had multiple Jimmys there who swore cineworld was going bankrupt and cinema was obsolete due to streaming platforms and home cinemas. you can spot the nonsense from a mile away and only usually happens when the big boys want your shares at any cost
im not saying it wont be fine, infact thats exactly how they build up a stronger share price, exact same thing happened on Cineworld and it built a strong holder base and now look at it from 3 months ago at 15p.. now 100p :)
And LTH, add to that the fact, that the last goon who came in here today telling us about total failure of this share, had his information from the HL page, which I had already mentioned. Yet... Amigo is still available to add to the monthly share saving plan by HL ;-) . Why would that be possible, if the share is so doomed? HL volunteering to misguiding their clients by having Amigo on this option? I have added Amigo to my monthly share saving plan with £100 per months for now. I want to become a member of The Balls of Steel Club :-)
And LTH :-) Please don't start mirroring jimmy :-) . I know exactly what you mean and trust me, I've had so many scenarios running through my head, but it is the Jimmy's that suddenly turn up in here and spreading doom and gloom, that tell me that something big is on the way. We haven't had a Wolf, a "Thingywhatsisface" and another character suddenly appearing since yesterday informing us of the worst case scenario. I mean.. come on... look at your crystal balls ;-) It'll be fine :-)
LTH, I know what you mean, but don't you think that the likes of JPM have something better to do? The scheme you just explained is a fish far too small for any of them. Also, they're buying in so sensitively, that there would never be a sudden burst, now matter what. If that is the cunning plan, then I'd say that JPM is on the last legs and would have to employ an armada of traders only to observe Amigo and they could have done that months ago. They didn't. So I feel there's something in the pipe that they, due their own diligence, know and we are just lucky to be invested.
example: 25,000,000 shares are available on the market because everyone feeling like they want to get out at 5p... buy up all those shares at 5-7p and then when people see large rise they notice the share and many people want to buy in which creates a chain reaction and the shares are cleared upto 12p. The original people who started it all off then begin selling the shares as the demand comes in without trying to lower price too much.. they walk the price back down to 8p or so and then they can people start panicking again resulting in 5p and then they start buying slowly and accumulating again.
the big boys buy up as much shares as possible, start raising the price when they have enough then hold the price in a holding pattern until they have trapped people in at example 12p and then walk the price back down until more people panic sell/get bored of waiting on the shares. rinse and repeat
thaw... they're not trying to short the stock. To short the stock, they'd borrow shares for a fee and plus interest from a broker. Then they'd sell these shares, beg the SP drops, buy them back again for a lot less they paid for and bunker the difference. They wouldn't buy the shares to do that lol
FIZZAHINVESTMENT Thanks for telling us the news we already know for many hours. Actually, we are aware of that for many months. We are only investing in here, because we have so much money lying about and doing nothing, that we decided to invest some of it into a totally failing company. We know exactly what we're doing ;-)
Amigo warns of potential collapse, cuts jobs (Sharecast News) - Amigo has warned it faces administration should a proposed Scheme of Arrangement intended to settle thousands of outstanding complaints not receive approval.