After y'day when I blew my spare cash on Aviva am in the same boat.
Tulloch maybe a time-served insider, but that could be a plus in that he has watched the company drift and stagnate first hand. If he has anything about him he must have thought of alternative strategies that he'd have chosen.
Well now is his big break if the board don't stifle him.
I'd suggest that the recent tragedies involving the Boeing 737 Max 8 will confirm the value of having a well trained, alert pilot in the cockpit for some time to come. SEE obviously plays a part in that regard.
Have been searching for the means whereby I can cash in on the brexit dividend. It's a tough one as no one seems to know what will happen after March 29. In fact no one knows if anything will happen on March 29. My warehouse shares have come good and some tech stuff. Also traded sterling after it strengthened.
Now I have this idea for starting a fund that will buy up land straddling the Irish border. Anywhere that lends itself to being made into a golf course would be double bonus.
Is their debt ratio so unusual for the type of business?
When is the downturn likely to occur? I guess the US trade figures might have spooked some people but generally AHT looks sound enough in the absence of panic selling. A bit of volatility is sometimes an opportunity is it not?
Yes, except the new CEO is abandoning the commitment to profit-related dividend increases in favour of growth. Clearly investors are disappointed and don't believe Aviva can do much growing. They can vote with their sell button not in a referendumb.
ANy one know what will happen after 29 March? On 2nd thoughts forget I asked. Know no one knows. It was rhetorical.
"TT Electronics PLC (LON:TTG) was among the leading risers on Wednesday morning, sparking up 4.4% to 211p after the Woking based company lifted full year profits by 43% to £31.5m .
The figures were boosted by the acquisitions of specialist electronic groups Stadium and Precision. It is also establishing a technology centre in China to help develop its strategy for the Internet of Things."