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Kipper9 - not entirely true, as you know.
He's sold off all of the wheat and barley fields to reduce expensive debts, kept on the corn and rapeseed that create £3 billion of revenue a year, and is going to get self driving combine harvesters to do all of the work. If, he makes a slight saving on the cost base in doing this, profit will jump and the share price multi bag. If not, it will just carry on disappointing year after year.
Amongst other things, the markets hates Capita. Many people lost out with the major falls in recent years, and harbor resentment towards it. Since then, it has constantly disappointed on FCF and focused more on being run to make it's employees (too many of them!) happy. Employees and Property Rent = expense. Solve this puzzle and £3billion revenue looks v attractive.
It doesn't strike me as the type of person who is going to make the big decisions for shareholders though... too worried about being popular with his IT geek mates online.
I'm worried. He's pretty much been silent since taking over. Is he just waiting for the share price to hit zero before making any kind of intervention??
Aim has no long term view at all. He is a penny trader who hopes to win in the margins around the moving averages. The fact he (or anyone really) thinks what they say on here helps in this matter is beyond me. He will flip flop with grandiose statements of knowledge in both directions, depending on how many pennys he is seeking to make. Literally pointless not to have him filtered if you're investing long term, unless you find it entertaining.
Capitalizer, to say his input is useful, just as it is contrarian, isn't true. It's just noise. Unless you believe in trading charts (which I personally think is nonsense).
I had £300k Istoxx leveraged 3x facebook ETP when it went to 150. it dropped to 90, and then went back to 110 and I bottled it and cashed in. When I saw it hit 400 I felt physically sick.
... this pile of dog **** never fails to disappoint.
never known anything like it. a slow painful death. i genuinely think it's so hated by the market that even positive results wouldn't make a difference. bad neil woodford memories.
nofear - if you take the exact opposite of what you say, then that would actually make sense.
capita dropped yesterday not because of your crystal ball, but rather unexpected inflation data. the whole ftse250 was affected by that news. capita is always sensitive to future interest rates.
today, the ftse250 pull back has been relatively muted, and yet capita has shot back up to 19.5 ish because of the rns and recognition of the opportunity. no rising tide effect here, just some solid data on cash flow to work with.
you've already admitted you believe in capita and are waiting to save a couple of pennies on your buy in. given what a duplicitous **** you've been, i hope you miss out.
You do know how ridiculous you sound? It's not MMs and algorithms, if it were not for slightly hot inflation data today this was treading water at 20p until new info came along. You can't predict the future Nofear. It's just really boring listening to you gloat when your 50:50 prediction comes off, and go quiet when it doesn't each day.
You clearly believe in Capita, hence why you're here.
Found this for you NoFear:
"Trolls are most likely driven by a need for attention. Their comments often spark attention from others, so it can give the illusion of being important this sense of importance and centre of attention usually compensates for how they really feel in their life."