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Thanks, would have to be at around 600 for me to have a punt. Looking for something like this but when it was at 350! What sources do you use when looking for the same?
If you like a Gamble, as i very much do. Could always look at GVC (Gambling Firm) I own this one and before C-19 was 50% up in a year. was the last of my stocks to go negotitve once the market crashed. Bought more cheaper and managed to get a better weighted price (was annoyed i didnt wait longer as it dropped well down to 3.25/3.50 figures).
Today is at £8 ish, was backed by brokers to go £10 - £12.
There is a strong chance that in the FTSE Reshuffle this is moving up to the FTSE 100 which will give it some extra investors!
If you look at FLUTTER as a comparison already on the FTSE 100, i hope it mirrors it as they companies are now huge and to be one of the 100 is never a bad thing IMO.
Also added WH as another option, all 3 of these compaines have weathered C-19 nicely, Flutter is worth more now then before, GVC is almost break even and WH has a bit more work to do.
Market Summary > Flutter Entertainment PLC
10,635.00 GBX +355.00 (3.45%)
Mkt cap 15.55B
Market Summary > GVC Holdings PLC
803.20 GBX +10.40 (1.31%)
Mkt cap 4.68B
Market Summary > William Hill plc
136.15 GBX +2.60 (1.95%)
Mkt cap 1.19B
Some great suggestions thank you, I’ve had a good look and will be investing. I’m looking for long term investment. Let me know if you are watching any that are on a recent downturn that like SIG today, I like a gamble
The Market is looking much better this morning, let's hope it carries on - strong but not as strong as it could be , i think there will be some profit taking this morning. Let's hope a strong finish.
All but one of mine is up and the one down (AMGO) is less than 1%
INTU up 17%, as mentioned in my post over the weekend regarding to my portfolio, even companies that are having difficult times at the moment or in a world of debt can still be profitable in trading on this market.
So for anyone thinking RR is in difficulty especially after downgraded in ratings - Doesn't mean there are not opportunities to make a profit.
Company is definatly not undervalued ,standard and poor cut its investment rating to junk, a further fall is very likely, be very careful with this one, you could lose your shirt ! very very risky ....
Long story short, Ark is in a joint venture with G11 for a dig at a location in Ireland named stonepark. This plot they will be digging at is adjacent to a glencore site which is a massive billion dollar company. Glencore have been acquiring shares into G11 and may buy into ARK. Very likely the dig will be successful. Regardless of this, ARK has two other very successful gold digging site which places the share higher than what it currently is anyway. Dig was announced for August it's a couple of month hold but you'll get 2-5x in theory maybe more. That's just a basic overview. Best you do the research fully yourself.
@Nebnalon - My issue exactly...I am increasingly appreciating the phrase "money goes to money"! Anyway, the recently appointed chairman of MWG, who is also CEO of SKIN, has just posted some exciting stuff on the MWG and SKIN boards on this site which might be a good starting point ("gjbrandon").
@ MR T. Thanks, will take a look at these.
So many stocks and so little money to spread around :)
@mushyd thanks, will definitely take a look and do some research on this one. Any fundamentals I should be aware of? Any news due / obvious reason to spike?
@ jewels - appreciate all of these companies "could" fail at anytime, but that in my opinion is life right. It's a crap market and unprecedented for many, but life is slowly starting to return to a new norm, the stock market will always recover long term; sure some companies will go bankrupt and others will flourish.
For me, I have different amounts in different holdings, larger sums in one's I'm more comfortable with and less in my "gambles".
For me personally, since C-19 I've turned more into a part time trader rather than an Investor, I've managed to go from a 40% loss on my portfolio from lockdown to a 0.4% profit on Thursday by jumping in on stocks I feel I can make a quick profit on (with 1 - 10 days) and then turn these around.
Unfortunately Friday was a pain, took 6% of my portfolio, so really hoping Mon is a good day to chip back at that loss and get my overall portfolio back in the blue.
Totally understand your thoughts on many of these companies such as INTU and banks, but for me these stocks are the ones that are making me money, INTU last week if you had bought and sold over the course of those 5 days would have made you between 60 - 70% depending upon when you sold. Even buying on the 22nd and still holding after yesterday's huge drop would have given you a 25/30% rise, sure long-term there's issues, but it's all about the short term at the moment, LAM and CINE have done the same yet are all worlds apart industry wide - trying to spread risk on different sectors.
Bank's are pretty poor at the moment but profits can still be made.
I guess what everyone wants to know is where to put our money, where is safest, where we can make good returns with little risks; questions not many can answer. Even Warren Buffet gets it wrong, selling all his airline stock at a loss!
I guess not every company will go bust and the rewards that can be obtained in a market like this should outweigh the risks as long as the risk is spread over different companies band sectors, worse case you're holding stock for many years before getting even.
Money won't grow in banks at the moment, commodities are a different ball game, shorting has its risks, bonds and futures out of my league.
Out of interest, where would you look to invest? As a novice I like to listen to everyone's opinions and then to make my own call, another reason I registered on here to get others opinions, we've all got the same goal after all.
Just to jump on the suggestion bandwagon...
Check out MWG (Modern Water) and SKIN (Integumen). They may very well be the next COVID-19 shares to enter the atmosphere... Remember NYCT anybody? BOOM! A quick bit of research will explain why they are well placed to take off any time now (when I say "they" I mean in unison owing to their recent partnership arrangements and leadership crossover). They both have immense upside potential regardless of COVID, it just may well provide the cherry.
Anyway, DYOR (other cliché acronyms are available).
Take care all, and enjoy the sun! Good luck whatever you decide to do with your money. :-)
Hey Nebnalon, thanks for your input very much appreciated. However, if I may add my twopence. Check out ARK. Arkle resources, they're due for some upside price movement. Currently sat at just under a penny a share and at 2M market cap.b
You are not worried about the likely risk of bankruptcy of a lot of these companies? You might get lucky on 1 or 2 but...
Intu especially is having major problems even before this crisis especially with the Trafford Centre.
Insurance companies are going to get hammered, banks in Europe have been a terrible long term investment for years.
AMGO will have lots of dodgy loans that will default and they will have to declare bankruptcy.
Aston Martin, I wouldn't invest in any car makers at any time least of all now, least of all Aston Martin - it's decreased by 90% in 18 months. Priced for bankruptcy.
A few ideas based on what I'm personally in.
Lam - up 170% last couple of weeks, retraced, has good potential, market capt is less than cash in bank and no debt as of march!
Intu - owns shopping centres including, Trafford centre and lakeside. Loads of debt, but huge potential upside based on current price!
RBS - fancied this over HSBC, too much going on with US and China. Although HSBC could be a great punt as well.
Cine - done well the last week, lots of upside, good RNS about financials and well below value, also deal to buy Cineplex still on table.
SSPG - once travel opens again should rocket up, nice low price sub £3
GVC - online gambling, loads of additional business since lock down, owns Ladbrokes, will reopen next few weeks in high streets, very much undervalued, also flutter and William hill stocks are looking interesting as a comparison.
LGEN - this one's been up and down for me, should be good long term
SLA - had bigger loses with this since the lockdown, although was making nice progress before yesterday, one to watch.
AV - Aviva seems to be one of my worse performers, not quite sure why it's that bad, spoke to a friend the other week that is consulting for them and he told me I did bad to invest in them as they have loads of debt! I'll hold for the foreseeable.
AMGO - bought this yesterday on a 8% drop, been watching this for weeks and seems a fun day trading type stock. Seems they are in a bid situation so might get takeover and a nice price on sale, a risk for sure though.
GKP - oil.. potential upside on this one, brokers recommend a buy a few weeks back and TP of 210 from around 70.. we shall see, I've held this for a while and is my biggest failure, even at 210 I'm still gonna be down on this one.
So there's a few ideas from my end. I'm currently looking at a few ideas, although after the hike earlier in week I feel I've missed a good entry price.
Airlines, rather easyJet over IAG, potentially Ryanair as they recovered quickest back in 2009.
Aston Martin I thought about when it's was dropping daily and on its way sub 30, missed the spike on this and will look to see if retraces, still big debt issues there holding it back.
HSBC - maybe, still not certain on that punt.
US stocks, casinos MGM, LVS and WYNN, should rise nicely and Vegas looking to reopen 4/6.
Anyway, all my opinion, always dyor :)
Thanks- looking for king term investment with a return in 3-5 years - SIG I have been watching . Also been watching aviva , Macy’s and taylor wimpy
I'm not invested in Rolls-Royce, waiting for a entry point I think Monday will be another bad day but Tuesday onwards it will move up.
I'm in SIG and you definitely have not missed the boat, I'm waiting for 80p. I'm also in Aston Martin, with the DBX orders booked filled new CEO, F1, and Bond movie later this year. It still got a lot of room but more longer term than SIG.
Only positive whats happening over at Sig, interesting few weeks coming up!
Talented - I was referring to SIG
Rolls is an excellent investment long term and now is exactly the right time to invest in SIG imo. Missed the boat? Read the RNS and research the company providing the funding. They have an outstanding reputation and will have two seats on the board. It’s a solid prospect. In terms of other shares, it very much depends on whether you are looking to make some short term trades or are looking for longer term holds.
I have Rolls Royce, hsbc, Lloyds and Aston Martin, I am confident that by the third quarter they will all show a nice profit.
Not a day trader, if it takes a year so what, beats 0% interest in my bank account. ??
Long road to recovery.
If you're in for the long term I doubt you've missed the boat. More got on a bit late.
Aston Martin has done well of late and has good potential if they can overcome their debt and successfully launch the new product line this year. Gaining the Mercedes AMG CEO as their new CEO reinforces the potential. You don't leave Mercedes AMG without the required forward looking assurances. A lot of potential in my opinion but the underlying debt and cash position is a concern short term.
I’m all in with RR, be interested to hear any other stocks people think are undervalued right now so I can consider. Watching SIG but may have missed the boat...suggestions?