With the recent deflation of Jack Boyer's influence over SEE it's interesting to observe the way in which the sp of another company he has control within has otherwise unaccountably fallen just as SEE's price rises.
I'd be quite happy if SEE got a takeover offer but I do feel the sp performance has been 'engineered' downwards since (coincidentally of course!) Boyer appeared.
It's true. I don't know anyone who has heard of DMS! Daren't tell the wife I have shares while they are at this level.. See the M25 has been shut for hours due to lorry jack knife. Lots of angry drivers. I wonder if..
My efforts to learn more about nuCoria were fruitless:
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It doesn't inspire confidence and begs the question whether a university is best placed to discover to commercialise Seeing Machines anyway. To be harsh but maybe fair: those who can, do; those who can't, teach.
RE: Will break £18 before September08 Jul 2019 20:52
Sold 40% at 16.26 today. I am happy; I made a profit; I have some cash, now I can sit back and wait for the next opportunity to buy something low. If it does break £18 any time soon then great but I wouldn't bet the farm on it.
In essence, French insurance company (Abeille Vie) offers stupid life insurance policy long ago. Aviva France buys company. Man with stupid policy tries to capitalise on stupid policy. Aviva fails to comply. It is said there is a cap on the amount that can be claimed anyway.
Aviva's opponent has made it a life mission to claim as much as he can get away with whereas others have reached a reasonable settlement. I don't about French law but in the UK 'reasonable' is very often the mot juste.
It's my view that whilst a certain person was shooting his mouth off about China, the buyers were happy to hold SEE and the like. Now he is calming down for the moment the money is going back into big corporations and coming out of SEE et al.
It'll be back, meanwhile there are a few buying opportunities appearing.
Let us know how your other quotes compare. Brexit will soon be an excellent excuse for everything, will it not? Must admit when it comes to insurance I can't see much reason to be loyal to any company. I've rarely been insured with one company for very long. Perhaps Aviva might give discounts to shareholders or shares to long-standing policyholders?
There's no reason not to hold both - eggs in more than 1 basket - but I got LGEN when they were a lot lower and then they went up maybe due to Annuity deals. There's no reason why AV. can't compete with LGEN in that area as their credit rating is at least as good if not better.
Now AV. are pretty low and LGEN are not, it's more likely that AV. could get a sudden uplift (in my view). That is why my last purchase was AV. not LGEN.
That's the thing isn't it. I can't find what is seriously wrong with this company yet its sp is low. There's a lot of emotion involved but if you compare its progress lately with other stocks, its not performing worse than they are. Nevertheless, it pays a significant dividend, more than many.
I always try to buy when some stock has had a dip anyway because unless there is a serious issue it usually comes back up and I will have bought in cheap. If there is a major improvement I want to be riding the wave not watching from the beach.
There is the risk that the CEO is rearranging the deck chairs, but you have to make your own judgement about that.
What do you know about GNK that made you pick it as a stock?
Are you trying to balance a portfolio? If so what are your other stocks exposed to?
If GNK has failed to rise despite good news then it doesn't sound like a good bet maybe because it's tied to the UK economy facing brexit uncertainty. ALthough Av. is 50% in the UK market it does operate overseas and has the ability to diversify. That's just my take, others are possible.