he doesn't buy into his own product, preferring to invest elsewhere! Same with Berwick... considering the man is a 'genius' and has all the facts... I wonder where he's invested?
Maybe if they're both reading the bbs they'll be pressured into buying, say, £25,000 apiece? Barely touches their income/bonuses from AAOG but... a million shares between them, at 5p would boost the sp and confidence.)
Get those rns' in, chaps... your loyal investors deserve to see the same loyalty returned.
gla... and maybe tomorrow.
One argument the Lib Dems should say but are too think to think of it:
Whatever Johnson says he'll do to 're-energise' the country who've been left behind by UK's success from being in the EU (so, all the Brexit voting parts of the country) is spend the same money that Boris says he'll borrow except that, if we're still in the EU, we won't need to borrow it as we'll still have it from the stability of being in the EU.
The only drawback of the EU is the freedon of unrestircted movement but should fight tooth and nail for ability to amend that.
But beyond, that, promising the country the aniticpated losses of from brexit to be spent on briesit areas ADDITIONAL to nationa spend would fix everything. After all, what's the point of 'taking back control' and then letting 100k conservative bule rinsers being able to choose a PM?
Just in case someone things banking is better anywhere else!
hellyeah, not a fan of empty ramping (and every share has them, just as they have derampers... but you have to be wary of folk who are supposed to e losing cahs constantly and yet state it's still a winner!) but, equally, you obviously know nothing about retail high street banking. You pointlessly say there are plenty of other dinosaur banks exist? But metro pishes on all of them through customer experience. I'll leave it to you to find out what that experinece is.
And, while youre right about newer digital banks existing, there pointless for anyone who has a cash business... or who trusts seeing cash in their hand at a time when they can get out of work. While it'd be excellent if they had a better ditial experience it's as good if not better than the high street rivals. No point talking about Monzo when they don't even offer mortgages. Useless comparison.
That said, still think the situation here is ridiculous. All very well talking about Hill's pals baling out the bank but none of them are that charitable and neither is MTRO a charity. The only good thing about the dire current state is that I don't think any of them want to see their cash lost... and, as long as they haven't all been making money by shorting this to the moon and back, they'll all be wanting to see their cash returned.
Still a sh** show, though.
The only redeeming feature here is that the bigger bucks are storing up the shares... though whether there's something bigger going on in the background that'll eff us all over, can't say.
But if there's going to be a recovery, it's going to take more than 8 hours to do anything.
It;s a good job these bbs are anonymous as it means you don't have to have people pointing at you in the street saying 'yeah, that's him!' and then collapsing in a fit of giggles....
'Watch and learn'.... dear Lord. You're like a children's presenter... bet you invest like one too!
Yup! Like dropping from £40 > £4.00 in a year...
Most traders will be happy to see 470 ((or 450 if you were canny and waited for the stalled drop today).
Still any rise is good new, for everyone. So, enjoy it while it's there... just in case.
Don't be silly... shares aren't a confessional. You think because the bad news is out, all is forgiven? lol...
IF this gets to £8 by christmas it'll only be because a new ceo broom sweeps all the crap away.
I think the last time I traded HNR was when it was 12p... managed to get a good price on a rise... to 14p, I think.
Haven't been in them since as they just look weather beaten, considering all the news they seem to generate... and too many odd eggs in the basket.
Still on my watchlist but I'm not sure why... just a legacy from 2018.
Thought I'd change that title as it was disingenuous, to say the least.
Don't think you'll find any current broker targets lower than a pessimistic 470p which, from here is still nigh 20%. Get some news about the new chair and can see 600p by end Nov... not so far away for 50% profit from here.
Good grief... why not 'many a mikkle makes a muckle' or 'you gotta be innit to winnit'.
There's buggger all 'gold' to be had here... maybe 20%, if you're v lucky. But only from this all time low. still, gla.
i thought I was a trading genius... life soon taught me better! : ) or maybe that should be : (
AIM is miserable some days (not for me... not in it).
METRO down almost 20% under huge ii placing at fiver... must have bottomed out at 390, surely! Doubt there's much to be had in the v short term rise but worth keeping an eye on it, just in case. The slightest hint at easy money and folk pile in...
I won't be surprised to see this hit 54 degrees... sorry, pence, today. But everyone's a bit more wary due to that 20% rise so far... but with the results due after the weekend, give it 'til 11 this morning and then it'll be 'as you were, now where's that 55p?'
All imo, obvs.
It's nothing to do with the assets, now... just febrile investor desire for easy money. While it's possible it'll just languish, everyone's waiting to see if it starts to rev...if it does there's not much to stop it getting to 520 with some loon ramping and crowing. Guess we all just wait and see...