RE: Anybody just want out now, regardless of what is going on?07 May 2020 08:59
MOT. WARNING. a friend of mine is an MOT tester, he has contacted 4 insurance companys and they have all stated no MOT, no insurance cover. You have to have a valid MOT to be insured, any doubt, contact your insurer.
Drunky, if we listened to the mainstream media every day we would go crackers, massive fear mongering, false reporting of numbers etc, it has done tremendous harm to society already, millions off work, my family affected, never seen people so scared, but, as another has said, this is the wrong board to discuss this. lets hope for good news on the EUA front and a satisfactory conclusion asap. Cheers.
Have been through this with GCM, everyone wetting themselves as an appointment of a new NOMAD was only days from the cliff edge, all came good. Standard language being used. Any new NOMAD may stand to reap a handsome reward by being appointed to EUA, when you think of some of the companys on AIM, how many could have a sale value of several billions or an income stream in the hunderds of millions per year. After two decades in business EUA are not going to make daft mistakes, there will no doubt be a very good reason why a new NOMAD is being appointed.
GP. You have taken some stick over the months, looks like you were the smart one. Do me a favour, when you cash out can you buy a nice gunmetal grey Aston Martin DB9, always fancied one. I think matchbox sell em, cheers
Please correct me if I am wrong, but when the SP rises or falls by over 50%, without any justification, the Company has to issue an RNS to say so, therefore, I hope that good news close which will justify the SP rise.
Cash will soon be gone, people do not need to actually have any direct contact with each other, it can all be done virtually, have a virtual walk around a national trust property, all shopping done on line, work from home, exercise at home, drink and socialise at home with yourself if you live alone. Not allowed to meet up to discuss your loss of a way of life, its all wonderful. But there is money to made, that's if your lucky enough to have any money to start with. Its a brave new world. happy investing everyone
Hi Ian, we have to have balance, my very deep concern is that there will be an unprecedented increase in anxiety and depression, people already on the edge will be pushed over it, people are now being denied actual physical human contact outside of your own home, if you live alone you get zero. There will be incredible strain placed on troubled relationships and even the commons is concerned about an escalation of domestic violence. Older people need exercise more than the young especially once arthritis sets in, I speak from personal experience, swimming was one of the few forms of exercise I could do. If we are not careful the fallout from all this could dwarf the effects of the actual virus. If you have a big garden, not so bad, if you are stuck in a tower block with young children, well you can imagine the stress. Provided people keep a good distance from one another when they are outside, which everyone in my neighbourhood is doing, then great, if plonkers gather in groups, not good. I want a society left to enjoy when EUA finally comes good. Stay safe, keep as fit as you can. Cheers and the very best to all at this strange and slightly scarey time
Disease, apols again. In south birmingham it's like a post apocalyptic world, shopping centres deserted, roads very quiet. People complient. If there are small pockets of idiots then be tough on them but dont punish an entire nation. Back to Eua, really hope we get some kind of update soon.