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Morning LTHs and thanks for the positive updates. If TW's crew look at the link from Hughez, hopefully they don't confuse #6 with Walkers Crisps. ;) LOL
Final buys are already loaded if there is a drop, got called Idiotic last week for considering to add an additional 25% to my holding for 10% of what I have paid so far. Let's see what happens in the next few weeks.
Have a great day all
If this 50% fall is due, I'm sure there are many other LTH here with orders waiting to increase our holdings at a fraction of our original investment which you'll kindly keep reminding us of daily until either we fold or explode. This is the fun part now.
TA, Totally agree that many start ups fail, I know this from personal experience with the failure of my own business and this was for a number of reasons that I didn't see at the start, but it was a massive learning experience and also very rewarding at the time with the hard work and graft given to try an make it work - but there was a point when I had to step away before it consumed too much time/money/energy. But do I regret doing it? no I don't as it was a risk and it was rewarding whilst it survived and it was a chance for me to leave my 9-5 job and use my skills to work for myself.
There have been many things in the last 2 years with SYME that I've not been happy with, but at this point I'm just a passenger who's paid their money to be part of something, so far the ride hasn't been very enjoyable and rather disapointing but I'm happy to sit and wait for the show to start, not because somebody told me I should but before I got onboard there was something that made feel excited (probably AZ and his sales pitch?) and I wanted to be part of this. This feeling is still here, I have a feeling that this is going to be something big globally but there have been some shockers in the last 2 years that do make you want to sell when you can and leave for something else.
If eventually the curtain fails to open and I lose all my money, I only have myself to blame for losing what I could afford to. One thing is for sure and as with anything when you're not in control to be either crying/screaming/waving your arms/blaming others/etc has no effect on the outcome as what will happen you can't do anything about it.
Anyway, good luck to you all invested or not as at the end of the day we all end up at the same place, it's how we get there that matters.
GLALTH + FTW
My only complaint is I invested too soon, giving me the loss I'm sat on. For me the fundimentals of why I've invested haven't changed, just delayed. I've previously compare SYME to other well known start ups and the post has soon been deleted, so it obviously annoys some people to think that AZ's start up compares to perhaps Bezos, Gates, Musk etc....
What ever you do, don't compare this to Amazon as a start up business and future game changer, it drives them doubters wild and they get the thread deleted. That is all I need to know as I sit back and wait for another two years minimum.
GLALTH + FTW
So good to see a positive rise and the positivity that it brings to the board, not been here for a while but have been watching the happenings and following the happenings, such a shame the change to this board that has happened over the last few years with some of the Toxic BS that some have spouted.
Great to see the informative posts from the sensible posters from both sides, as with everything in life we all need a balance view but I still stick by my original investment at the start and that I've not sold at a loss but instead grown my holding over the last two years as my own investigation with information available has driven my personal investment.
Good luck to you all, what ever happens the next two years!
Potnak, very interesting the Antihistamines info with long Covids.
My sports physio has previously recommended I use supermarket hayfever tablets for sports injuries, he expained in great detail how they're better for the body than repeatidly taking NSAID (Ibruprofen etc) to reduce the swelling and inflamation to the injury site and how there is now evidence that NSAID can slow healing process by indescrimately blocking all the chemicals the body is trying to send to the damaged area.
This also works with the damaged area not being able to flush away toxins produced by truama easily due to the blockage produced by the Anti-Inflamitory drugs, where the Hayfever tablets only inhibit the Histamine which causes the swelling which the body does as a defence to protect the damaged tissues.
Top news for a wet and misserable Friday morning, well done and thank you to all the LTH for supporting each other so far in the face of constant adversity from many directions. I am sure there will be some folk out later to throw despair about.
In the meantime, some great reading available here https://www.cargoes.com/flow
GLLTH and remember FTW
Whilst I'm an Engineer, I do always find this one funny. Have a great weekend everybody.
Three accountants and three engineers are traveling by train to a conference. At the station, the three engineers each buy tickets and watch as the three accountants buy only a single ticket
"How are three people going to travel on only one ticket?" asks an engineer.
"Watch and you'll see," answers an accountant.
They all board the train. The engineers take their respective seats but all three accountants cram into a restroom and close the door behind them. Shortly after the train has departed, the conductor comes around collecting tickets. He knocks on the restroom door and says, "Ticket, please."
The door opens just a crack and a single arm emerges with a ticket in hand. The conductor takes it and moves on.
The engineers saw this and agreed it was quite a clever idea. So after the conference, the engineers decide to copy the accountants on the return trip and save some money (knowing that accountants are clever with money). When they get to the station, they buy a single ticket for the return trip. To their astonishment, the accountants don't buy a ticket at all.
"How are you going to travel without a ticket?" says one perplexed engineer. "Watch and you'll see," answers an accountant.
When they board the train, the three accountants cram into a restroom and the three engineers cram into another one nearby. The train departs. Shortly afterward, one of the accountants leaves his restroom and walks over to the restroom where the engineers are hiding. He knocks on the door and says, "Ticket, please."
I'm hoping that GardaBellissimo7 is more positive about life and can be happy investing in something they find enjoyable.
Until then, I will enjoy these days of blue as we move towards summer.
GLALTH + FTW
Says it all really....
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Lseking, there are a select few on here that have helped keep the board positive (not ramping) over the last few months when we were being dragged down by others (naughty TW Grinches). To see the positivity when the SP rises by 30% over two days is amazing and I'm so happy to be here at the start of this journey with SYME.
The only problem with holding so many shares is the portfolio value goes both up and down very rapidly with any SP change and to see getting closer to Average SP is very exciting. As others have mentioned I am here for 5-10 years as this matures to improve my families life.
To all the LTH and SYME supporters, wishing you and your families a very warm and Merry Christmas, hopefully if all goes well we'll all have a very Happy New Year. Everybody else, enjoy your piece of coal ;)
I'm here for the long game, not a quick daily trade for a few quid. With that info why would I worry about Stop Losses on daily drops often forced by the market to 1.) Steal my shares or 2.) make money shorting.
I know this has dropped by 75% over the last twelve months, and most train drivers, engineers (this is me), and chartered accountants will be forced (either by margin calls or by their significant others) into liquidating their shares. The market knows that small investors think on a short timeline. The smart ones invest for the next decade, but retail investors hold for less. Much less.
Whilst we await news as this grows organically from the people within the business, I hope I'm not the only LTH getting bored of all these wanna be heros trying to save our investment (I'm not going to brag about my portfolio, but engineers by nature don't like failure even thou we enjoy it at times).
Surely if these selfless uninvited heros want to do some good in the world, then why not go and help people over Christmas or donate to charity where people will actually be grateful for them for once.