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Lincolnite: That's a great story. I trade fulltime, after working in the City for 20+ years, but I am now incredibly envious of you. Well done.
I don't mind cross-ramps, when there done in the right spirit. They have certainly made me money. These boards are just one of the many sources of new tips/ideas which I need constantly, as I tend to mostly trade short-medium term.
It was good to see LSEG hold today. That is positive and it surprised me. It's going to be an interesting week and I'll be watching LSEG like a hawk.
FireAnt - Thanks for the PERE tip, I'll run my ruler over the fundamentals when I've got a minute. Some posters really object to people 'cross-ramping' as they call it, between boards. Personally, I don't have too much of a problem with it as long as it's interspersed with some general chat about the stock for which the board is intended, and I'll tell you for why.
I've been investing in the markets as one of my hobbies since 1997, when I turned 18. I was originally inspired when between 1995-1997, immediately after starting work and straight out of school, my employer sent me to college on a day-release course in Business & Finance. Some of the lecturers also had 'real' jobs and by total luck, one of them also happened to be a stock broker. It didn't escape my teenage attention that this lecturer was different! He wore a sharp suit rather than the usual baggy jumper and drove a shiny new Jag XJ6, when other lecturers were driving a Sierra or a Cavalier. With much thanks to this man, I wasted no time in finding out what the stock market was all about and as soon as I was old enough to get a PEP (which later became the ISA for those not old enough to remember) I was getting involved.
Over the 24 year period I've been a PI, I confess I've not always called it right and have had some failures as you would expect. Fortunately, I've also had a number of success stories and these have always outweighed the failures. But, by a country mile, my biggest success story of all has been EUA. It has been genuinely life changing for me already, to the extent that it put me in the position that I was able to retire from the day job last Christmas at the age of 41. This one stock has probably brought forward my retirement by at least a decade. And I believe it still has legs from here, as we are still awaiting the outcome of the FSP, which is why I've kept 3/4 of my original holding invested. Why am I telling you my life history you ask? Well, because I only became aware of the life changing stock that is EUA because of a so called cross-ramp by someone else on a different board. I followed up the tip with some thorough research into the fundamentals of the company and felt comfortable enough to stake approximately 20% of the value of my portfolio on it back in 2019. So, to those that seem to object to all forms of cross-ramping, to the extent that on some boards they chastise anyone who dares try it..............I say, don't be so quick to complain, it changed my life, it might just change yours some day too. And I probably owe someone a drink or two as well, if only I could remember who it was that originally tipped it!
Lincolnite, Isomer: Hearing about other interesting companies is one reason that I'm here.
I don't know anything about EUA and I have no doubt missed that boat, BUT, if you are the type of individual that looks at junior miners (I am, but few on this board will be), then you might want to take a look at PERE. You will have to do some digging into the finances yourself as the figures are not what they seem in sources such as Stockopedia (Refinitiv) due to the company structure (it's a nano-cap, with a small economic interest, but a *controlling interest* in a mid-sized copper mine, recently restarted and starting to generate good cashflows).
Isomer - I've seen you on the EUA board too I believe - you must be a shrewd individual! I don't know when you got into EUA, but having been in since the 2p days I top-sliced at 34p. I walked away with 3 times my original investment and am still holding 3/4 of my original and fairly significant stake on a free ride. When the FSP concludes (if it ever does!) I certainly intend to have another substantial top up here if we're still down at this sort of level.
I bought at just above this level for a slightly smaller sized trade in early April and luckily sold out a few weeks later with a tidy profit. They way I see it is that you cannot go too far wrong with LSEG *as long you're prepared to hold it long-term* if necessary.
I'm back in again, but only small and am on the fence regarding what is going to happen in the wider market. If the tech selloff continues, I can see LSEG following it. I am also ruffled a bit by hearing that large shorts are building on the NASDAQ.
The market is still hitting higher highs and then corrects so I’m not convinced it’s all going to fail quickly. It’s not in any government’s interests. If it stays flat or starts to fall continuously for 3 months then I’ll believe the bear story. Timing 10-15% corrections is impossible on a regular basis. You’ve just got to take a POV and stick with it until the evidence makes you change it.
I’ll run with the volatility of LSEG for the while.
the sector rotation from growth to value started a few weeks ago,i sold my 2 small growth stocks TRMR and CVSG,and bought this and GSK,in hindsight i bought this too early Growth had become overvalued on a fundamental basis,especially in the US. A 20% market correction would be healthy but who knows what happens when the panic sets in