At the moment it’s being played - nice rise early in the day, drop in the afternoon - still have my main holding, but certainly done well out of trading this - the cycle will stop, and it will spring up, but in the meantime, rude not to take advantage ;-)))))
Still very much can’t believe the blatant manipulation here, but still think worse to come, as all may not be as it seems - really wouldn’t surprise me if we suddenly see a significant offload, with those in ‘the know’ cashing in on the short term trade - incredible, and should be outlawed.
Think we’ll be seeing a few more of these events appearing as, very clearly, the management aren’t able to properly manage expectations and newsfeed - a real pity, but still think further storms ahead.
One word is brave, the other isn’t repeatable on the board. Think HBR need to demonstrate some results now before any change in sentiment, and interest coming back. The rest of my portfolio flying today, but this stays very much in the red. And I can see it going further, as trust dissipates.
The problem is that the FCA are basically just toothless tigers - now think the best option to make any money from HBR is to simply short it, as prospects here have now plummeted imo, as far lower risk plays out there now able to offer more attractive gains!
Yes, highly frustrating, as saw considerable upside here, but I’m afraid the poor management has now lost alot of trust - very clear that ‘others’ had knowledge of this, so now just wonder how many more skeletons are out there that can hammer this alot further - truly appauling behaviour!
I think very bad taste to drop this RNS after the sp has been falling as it has - I was a very firm believer here, but now out as I can see this uncertainty now turning a little nasty. One of the very few losses I’ve had, but nevertheless, very disappointing, as the board just don’t seem capable of providing enough visibility - crazy, but true. Will continue to watch, and if it does plunge to 200 may consider a punt, but not impressed now with HBR management!
Precisely Miles - short term trades are simply gambling, and we know what happens to gamblers in the long run ;-))) investing is where the real gains are, and think this is what we’ll be seeing here ;-))))
Remember, you’re not down unless you sell. I was in at a low price, but have been accumulating on price drops, as this will be providing a good return imo - just need to be patient and not looking at the sp every 5 mins, unless your looking to buy imo.
One man’s loss is another man’s gain, as they say, so pleased to be be accumulating, as we see this bargain price right now - if you don’t need the money right now, then now is a great time to be buying in many areas ;-)))))
RE: Barclays / Morgan Stanley vs Jeffries19 Jul 2021 07:55
Very interesting to see downandout’s history, as appears he tries to be a commentator for some reason - certainly spends alot of time with his one liners, but wondering where he’ll be this time next year after we’ve seen strong gains ;-)))) probably wishing he’d spent time invested rather than one liners. HBR printing cash, and that is why we’ll see the string gains - patience, patience ;-)))) especially now we have the opec+ agreements in place ;-))))