Sorry to disagree, but I wouldn't count on a suspension of Article 50, or a second Referendum, and certainly not a "labour win" not under JC anyway.
I think the most likely scenario is a motion of no confidence is lodged and in order to avoid that being successful, May resigns. Geoffrey Cox is then appointed as a caretaker PM with the support of the Conservative Party united behind him, the DUP get back on side, and a no confidence vote ultimately fails. GC goes back to Brussels and gets some concessions to the deal presently on the table, he remains as PM until April after the Leave date, and then there is an election for a new leader and PM
I am presently out of TW although have been in and out of it over the years, I bought at 146 was tempted to sell when they reached 200, but held on and then sold at 174 on the way back down. I would buy back but prob not above 148...... Have the special division dried up as per marineville's last post?
I agree with you about that Swell. I am in at an average of 167, and am happy to sit on a paper loss and collect the Divi meantime. I would also maybe top up to average down my "buy price" once I feel we might be at, or near the bottom.....that of course is the $64,000 question as usual
I always enjoyed reading the many very well informed and authorative views on here in the the not too distant past when unbridled Optomism induced much talk of the "£20 party" and so on....the cognoscenti however are now very conspicuous by their absence, and silence......what now my friends?