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Coming into the winter slacker period so a little drift down in SP to be expected but quite happy with where the SP sits currently all things considered. , am looking forward to the October figures to compare with previous, shame all the airlines dont publish them to draw a comparrason across all the buisnesses, but quite happy to sit holding these till next summer at least, broker cuts regardless. Hope your well :)
Dear dear John, was being rather kind truthful and restrained i thought.
Maybe you could add the detail you sadly, still, fail to do so and cease the pointless insults, makes you look like a faker, and pontificating is Dougs usual Mo, you dont need to copy him.
For such an 'expert", note i dont say at what, you do seem to need the assistance of similar online 'pals' to help you about, why is that? Should really try harder to get some real friends maybe, that and family is the essence of a real life!
Enjoy your morning stroll today? conincidentally have a relative down for the weekend who spends 8 weeks every year in Los Gigantes in his real villa. I shall ask him if he's come across a rude scouser during his stays, you could be neighbours.
Just seen your post DT as my life does not include 24 hour surveillance of bb’s on LSE. As I have told you previously dishing it out is your forte, taking it ah well. Might have to give Q a nudge to tell you your fortune again.
See Gaolman have cut UM sp from 19.80 to 19.20.
am sure this won't dissapoint you seeing you are on the margin of €20
Actually wrong on all points bar the one regards 17e.
I would dearly love Uncle to actually make a profit, he just hardly ever does.
Yet he pontificates daily around these boards telling big fat porky pies to all and sundry, encouraging them to similarly lose money as he has done. I despise people like that, so I just show him up for the ramping liar that he is (except here) when he does so, so others are not led up the garden path by his rowlocks.
I think also you should remove your 'pompus, holier than thou glasses' you will also see i post (across multiple boards) a fair few times without reference to our resident deramper. You should try it, being an self appointed expert an all, maybe answer questions put to you by others with real information for a change?
Your pal BigBlue i i beleive is still waiting for a few answers from you.
As for the 17e non hold. Why not Post something that isnt fully obvious to us all already!, maybe regards this new super hydro plane that you stated previously will be commercially airborne soon, or is that merely a 'case of the dougs?'
For grown up adults you two are pathetic. Each hoping the other loses money on a share is pretty petty. Neither seems capable of posting without rubbishing the other.
Now I mentioned in my last post here that 17€ is a number that Rya can’t seem to hold and to be honest I see no change in this trend.
Only another 60p to go to break even on this "big" buy in of BOO Dougass.
Such a wonderful investing style you have there.
You're down big time, couldnt happen to a nicer guy
Posted in: ABF
RE: Trend is your friend19 Aug 2021 15:43
Glad I sold out ABF earlier this month and went big into BOO @260. Already up 9% on my BOO but I expect the inevitable return to 300 soon. ABF have fallen again.
Calm Down Dear
not even back to your previous 'average down' price yet
let alone the "bought in heavy" 225.
And MILES AND MILES away from your 450.
Full of carp you are dougass
And still loads underwater, as well your a found out fraud.
"how much down in BOO are you now?"
up 8% today. How you doin ?
John - you got robbed but most flights are loss leaders. Get it? Loads of peanuts flights - fancy a cheap week in Portugal? Classic example (look it up) : Stansted to Porto return 23rd to 29th - total cost £19.99. Cheaper than coach return London / Birmingham. You seriously reckon Unc Mikey is making any profit on that? All will be revealed when next loss is posted.
We all know maths isnt the fools strong point John, he'll be cherry picking.
you conveniently omit the return cost from Dublin to Palma. Outward cost flight from Dublin to Mallorca approx €60 -the return flight is the expensive one. You probably book single flight Palma -Dublin and then book single flight Dublin-Palma,
Anyhow can you confirm whether U Mikey is ROBBING us or giving out Handouts ?
Nice words and well done on the CAPITALS. John - Palma to Dublin is currently 30€ (peanuts) on 19th Oct. How you paid 167€ (robbed) is beyond me. By the way if you're on holiday right now in Mallorca go out and enjoy yourself and stop posting on here.
you have lost your marbles.
Mallorca flight = €237 -28/9 to 5/10
Mallorca flight = €167 -11/10 to 19/10.
Is this peanuts ? Then you say I am robbed.
Any possibility you might make up your mind
Is Uncle Mikey ROBBING the customers or GIVING OUT HANDOUTS.
You are some TWAT.
Certainly know much more than you on current investement returns :)
Second time of asking, how much down in BOO are you now? lol.
At least RYA make billions unlike the slavetrader 'sob sob' eh.
Just a reminder, You're 100% 'down' here in RYa since you started your little emotionally nonsensical tirade & im up by pretty much the same amount, must be galling but there it is.
Suck it up sunshine
We all know your blinkered love for Mikey, but to let customers book a holiday and only tell them the news they can't board at the last minute shows no regard for fellow human beings. Their abysmal customer service will come back and bite them. Also to say flight prices are "irrelevant to the SP" clearly demonstrates how little you know.
Always good to understand the back story of posters on here Doug, you can spot out for the agendas that way and uncover the muppets who just blab rowlocks and couldnt pick a winner in a one horse race, like you. It adds to the research done and helps filter the garbage posters from here.
Im not interested in daily flight prices, they change by the second based on demand for each individual planeful, as you well know from your 'profession', so irrelevent to the sp.
What matters on low costers is VOLUME and Mikey carries them, and COSTS which Mikey is ruthless on, as his figures show. He has the best business model in the industry, why the market rates rya so highly, and the customer keep coming back for more.
Your just sore and keep on knocking solely because your blinkered view of the business means you missed out on a 100% capital rise.
A very poor (not just financially) way to invest and make money.
With RYA's increased losses, fuel prices soaring and wafer thin margins you should focus on how they will make a profit. Selling flights for buttons is not a good idea. Concentrating on my personal investments (at least I post them) is irrelevant - you seem a bit obsessed. You should monitor prices and ask yourself why RYA reduced their prices 2 days ago. I guess with your fantasy trades you always buy at the bottom and sell at the top?
Also thought it was quite funny that you have resorted to posting on the BT.a board for help with your deramping over here lol.
Glad to see even you realise your making no difference at all and need help
RE: RyanairWed 15:40
Come over to the RYA board - full of rampers - we need more people like you guys there
Am surprised you can read the numbers Dung, not very good at those are you.
Id also not worry about RYA, if i was univested like you are, sp tells me Mikey knows what he's doing and is considerably more succesful than you. 8 euros, PAH.
Id spend more efforts trying to pick a winner of your own, your woeful at that.
Sold RR at 121 (it went to 149 two days later), and
BP at 317 (it went to 360 straight right after as well)
Bought Mers at 280, currently 200, 18 months later.
So, amuse me, tell me just how many buttons you currently have tied up in BOO, and how far down you are now?
We all know its a long way, yet you still pontificate on here. Complete joker you are.
I wouldn't be blinded too much by those numbers novice. Is that really the extent of your research? If I started selling tenners for a fiver I'm sure I'd find a few takers. Ryanair (as I've pointed out before) are selling flights for peanuts - they will always fill a few seats. The problem is making a margin. By the way I just noticed Ryanair flights I've been monitoring in early November have been reduced significantly since yesterday. Prices gone from peanuts to buttons! Must be having trouble filling them planes. Oh dear.
10 million passengers last month didnt worry themselves to much.
Looking forward to comparing Octeobers when they are announce.
Shame the other airlines arent so open about numbers.
Anyone who wants to look at this terrible story - it is in most media outlets now. At a time when airlines really need to rebuild their reputations, this is not the kind of publicity they want. Media covering this story include:
The Irish Times
Manchester Evening News