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you asked me 'at what price am I going to get out of short??'
What you fail to understand is my 'trade' is really an 'investment' in vod going bad....same as your 'investment' , is for vod to get better or at least not lose div return over the years, to SP.
So if my investment according to you, should have a 'wrong' price, what's yours?
Investment defined today.. ..an injection of cash to gain a return on that cash.....
we can argue the toss about whether you having voting rights makes any difference.. ..ultimately we are both invested for return.
And just to make it understandable for you.. ..
If I had bought Vod, it's still just a cash investment to gain return. Not matter if as a capital return play or div yield.
Don't get so hung up on the snobbery of calling yourself an investor.....
your a market teletubby . ...
I am not currently trading vod shares, but i hold a lot. You suggested selling vod on the lse then buying back on the nasdaq We can all pretend to make money if we are non specific. I make a fortune backing the horses, how? I only back winners!
before you learn to trade, learn to read.. .
it was generalisation. Not date specific.
I presume a rant ploy to avoid the question. So let's try again.. .
Today 20:23 Price: 184.36
LastCall 2,022 posts
Now you tell me
At what price are you wrong? Or does that price exist?
The famous share annalist Last Call suggests all vod share holders sell there holdings on the lse & buy back on the nasdaq,( at very little cost) according to last call's dodgy broker. then sell when 1% down because they will end down 5% when the lse open's in the morning.When asked if he would do the same with his funds, the reply was no.( Sound advice then) !!?? Sounds like a sketch from west park, or monty python. So don't worry, be happy.
pull out at the right time.. .the same time any bear or bull should. Markets are dynamic...i don't know exact date. Could be out in two weeks and bought....or could be still holding short in 3 years time.
Market decides day of that choice. Not me.
" Luckily I invested all the capital in City Fibre". nice one, well done. CityFibre doesn't fit within my Investment targets, it's too small too risky for me. They're rolling out new infrastructure, which is costly and will then have to price competitively to ensure a return. There's previous form, with the cable companies, for rolling out infrastructure and then going bust. It's not just telecoms either, private infrastructure projects are notoriously risky investments, look at Channel tunnel as an example.
i didn't suggest for myself...it was a suggestion for holders.....
it means, if you see the commencement of an issue, you can get out 1% down as a holder rather than 5% in the morning etc. .
A very common method applied by many where listings exist in varying timelines and there is potential big news to shift price either way.
Yeah something i just read in a beano comic.. .
I've declared every position to you 4 times now. You keep asking...3 positions with aggregate of 187.something...need yo check the point something later.
And i also told you how much per point....10p...
As for the the three positions.. ..all here in real time...check date/time stamp against live prices too......
As for your general mood today...dont cry bud...its just markets.. .they like to remind you who's boss some days....
Like you Fleccy, I was down on my BT Group investment. I finally sold up at a midlish loss at c. 283p as I was tired of the steady decline, and constantly topping up to reduce my average share price. Luckily I invested all the capital in City Fibre Infrastructure which were then at 39.3p. I believe that I posted about this on the BT board, and RodMitchell referred to the company as cherrypickers. My holding was sold about six months later @80p per share. Not only did I recover my losses, but also turned a 50K profit. Currently I am back in BT.A. My much smaller holding is now in profit, and, like you, I am looking forward to some decent dividend payments in future years; hopefully some appreciation in capital as well.
You say to switch out of vod on the lse & into vod nasdaq has negligible cost. Where do you get this info from. Most of us don't have a broker that could do this cheaply? Have you? or is this just something you have heard of. Anyway why would you want to get out before ftsi open? If there is bad news whilst the ftsi is closed, but the nasdaq is open, by the time you try to sell, the sp will have fallen. Unlike you, we don't have a crystal ball, but because you don't say how much, or most the of time when you open your position, I think you are just using hindsight. If you want to be taken seriously, tell us what positions you have, before the event, & for for how much, Dealing & spread costs included. I am willing to learn, but not from an amateur, bragging fake.
"I believe you fleccy.. ......i really really do do"
You should, I've posted most of my purchases and sales on here. Trading's ok until you get locked in and if you make a few bad choices, small losses can become big ones, which is why I only invest in divi stocks. Th dividend is the get out of jail free card.
Lol, I might be down on my current BT investment, but i'm up overall on many years of investing. I'm currently up on my Lloyds shares and i'm up on my Vodafone shares. Best of all, i'm going to bring in more than £11,500 in dividends over the next 12 months. I'm more than happy with my situation