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Nofear, that’s where you are going wrong. The big money is buying when the SP is in bargain basement territory then wait to reap the big money. Not the small gains you are talking about. Traders like yourself lose more often than they win, statistical fact. Good luck with your strategy, I have made a lot of money ‘investing’ in BOO after selling out in mid Jan 2021. Now I am back in ready to make another big profit
trading4good That's not waffle. It's the name of the game to buy big and sell on small gains as Boo will not any sooner revisit the £2 zone for the next months to come. The sub 99p and the £1.28 share price zones are the current share price trend to recognise as the way to go for boo. So, instead dreaming of £2, look at making small gains and follow the share sentiment and trend until it finds its footing. Cheers.(*__*).NoFear
dreamachine Believe me or not, that's your loss and my gain because you will most surely see you original boo share price as you initially break even and then start going into a paper loss. At that exact moment it will be when I'll be coming in for some day trading of the boo stock. So, investing £90k let's say at 87p a share, will hopefully give me a quick profit as boo shares bounces back to let's say at £1.08. The secret here is to buy as much as possible and sell as quickly as possible by happily taking a quick 20p profit per share or at the lowest end a 10p profit per share bought at these expected low levels. If any of you want to make a quick turnaround, don't waste your time with silly £10k purchases. Go big. Cheers.(*__*).NoFear
“Whereas Boo will still grow ebitda significantly this year”…..not sure I’d use the word “significantly” or indeed “grow” ….anyway all will be revealed soon, but the Market is in no mood for underachievers, witness THG today !
ns_99 Exactly true indeed. Why I did not even though I called out that share price number before it bounced back up. The reason is that I needed more proof of the share price direction and was still too volatile even if I had day traded. Therefore, it's now very obvious where boo share price wants to be and that is under 99p. However, before it can do that again, it needs to have the private investors dump their stock from having come in at sub 99p. Those one that have recently joined in or top up their current boo portfolio are more or less holding the share price sideways and with the shorts sitting over the stock eventually only one direction will succeed and that will come either by a full force of buying of more boo stock and squeeze the shorts, or by the frustrated current boo holders starting to drop their recent purchases or and boo stock top ups. Remember that having a negative sentiment can affect the future direction of the stock as investors start wandering what next it's to come and start messing with their investments worrying of a further potential sell off which will most likely come to boo if no further big boy buys come in to save the boo longs from the shorts stranglehold. You all do as you wish while I will happily wait for the sub 99p entry.
hello trading4good, I've got £90k warming up ready to place in the Boo stock once I get my entry price. This will mostly achieved with the help of the shorts pushing boo under 99p and perhaps me might be able to see a new lower bottom for this new year. I'm estimating that we could be witnessing a quick touch of 87p before a bounce back to £1.08 for starters. But if we do indeed drop to this lower levels, it could trigger panic selling from the pi rather the big institutional investors.
“one growth share that has lost 90% of its sp value”…..if this was a pub quiz I’d probably say Metro Bank, launched around £22….quickly shot past £40…..and now circa £1 !!. Made a lot of money for those who saw thro the Financials & Mgmt and got out near the top !
Kall , lol, your putting a shout out for throw away fashion, sssssssshhhhhh, your not allowed to say that anymore.
Actually Festival is a big part of Primark/BH Group/Asos ranges, 2020 didn't happen so lost full rev and some, last year very bitty, lots chat about everyone be avin it large lol, i'm off to Wilderness shortly followed by Boardmasters where i will mostly be wearing whatever Molly Mae H tells me to.
Shorters are shorting, the massive uncertainty like we are seeing is a rare event, taking advantage across a wide range of sectors due to costs and margin fear. Demand and therefore shortage of containers is 10000% causing issues, costs can be and to a certain extent are being be factored in, what is currently more of an issue due to shortage is shipping lead times, these have gone up three fold, this is especially a problem in Fashion sector as demand is strong, however this is being addressed and sign offs on new ranges are being brought forward, lots of issues however no one is sitting idle, problems are being addressed and when they start to impact the situation will obviously turn. We are still emerging from the new variant yet look at these headlines today in Drapers from last couple of weeks to date, i can't remember the last time i saw such a raft of positive trading headlines across all demographics of the trade. Asos predicts £3.8bn boost to UK economy Sales up at Matalan despite stock availability issues High streets drive footfall uplift The Hut Group’s record revenues surpass £2bn In-store fashion sales ‘baloon’ in January Festive sales surge at Quiz Asos festive sales rise despite ‘challenging’ conditions JD Sports ups profit guidance after strong Christmas Weird Fish celebrates 133% leap in EBITDA Very Christmas sales surge I could go on, yes deffo headwinds, which shorts are filling their boots with as uncertainty dampens sentiment, however when Covid fades does everyone think the young are going to sit in their back gardens all summer sipping porn star martinis !!! Never gonna happen, when we had an inkling that Xmas was open for business we saw the result, ok it was then tempered but results still very strong and judging by the experts going into Spring Summer we are going to be back to normal as close as ever to where we were pre covid, even Glasto is going ahead, gloves will come off. In meantime shorts will short, for how much longer remains to be seen.