Wait for the CD revival. Just bought 100 CDs for 20 quid. 10 years from now the early mp3 society will be yearning for a look back at the old days. Should make a cool 1000% profit on them baby’s. Anyone get the feeling volatility is being carefulness orchestrated to keep the masses down? Last thing we need is another commoner knocking about within the higher echelons of society. Let’s get rid of cash and keep them where they need to be. Bitcoin drawing in the average joe for fun. My opinion spend it like its your last days because it’s beginin to look like they are out there in the doom and gloom of the city.
Missed the first 10 mins but was slightly relieved not to here Lloyd’s mentioned. BBC digging deep in to the parties that limber to the right. No mention of the left of course. Expecting this issue to blow up into a financial and political scandal imho.
I’m in at 188, didn’t go the whole hog though. Bought another dirt cheap stick with some. To answer your question if I buy a tried and tested old banger and put new brake pads and tyres on it with a quick oil change it’s my decision. I have seen many a new expensive car get called back to fix issues that were not foreseen on the vehicle due to it never being driven. This share is a bit of a banger but it won’t take much to patch her up and get her back on the road. Meanwhile down in the Aston Martin garage the mechanical experts really do take their time to get the correct spanner. Of which their are quite a few spanner’s in these forums biding their time on a personal mission.
Selling then that’s a good time to start buying, or at least thinking about it. Plenty of troffle on here. These shares are way over sold. This will not be the only company to be looking at a horrendous financial situation thanks to this virus, it’s simply one of the first to be doing so. Looking to get in here tomorrow around the 188 level if not lower. Keep an eye out for my big 69k flutter on the buys.
Dumb question from amateur I know21 Aug 2020 19:21
... But if there was an absolute position of no deal at the end of all this, would it mean that the United Kingdom or Great Britain at the least will be able to open up to bigger markets like USA/Canada/India to name but a few in the service sector? Just a thought that has crossed my mind with the no deal scenario gaining traction does anybody believe this to be the trajectory of the service sector in years to follow.
The tidal side of it alone is on par with ITM in relation to where the companies future rewards lie, however Uskmouth can be counted in terms of many months where as the tidal along with itm should be counted in terms of a few years.
Same here, holding for the long. Once people read into this project they will understand the realism of it. I too held itm at 23p sold at 86p was a little gutted I didn’t stay longer but can’t really grumble. This is a more realistic and practical solution to problems we face currently on an environmental note, than even itm offers at present. I do believe itm will eventually achieve its goals but further down the line of sae as the USk project is very deliverable whilst itm is just the chicken before the egg or vice verse Solution. sae is a solution to what once was a chicken/egg scenario And is aiming to adapt old tech and issues to resolve problems that exhist. For that reason I’m staying put.
It was the only sector HMG could target, seeing that it was the only sector that had to go through strenuous testing. Privatisation through the back door. Airlines, railways and then onto the utilities. Was there really a choice at the last election? Looks like we all got Corbyn after all.
We take care of our customers and that is why we will never call to ask you to transfer your money. We will just give it away to all un sundry on HMG demands. Am I the only one who wants that Lloyd’s advert to be withdrawn? I might even lodge a false advertising claim, just to get it removed. It might even save a few more pence out of the coffers so HMG can give that away also.
I quite like the swedes approach personally, but the USA and Australia approach is quite enlightening too. It could be argued that our approach is exactly what it is, the same as N.Korea and Russia’s is to them what is. I like to disseminate all the views and digest it how I do for me. Keep your blinkers on and have full trust in those that represent us if you so wish. The behaviour of some who should of been representing us during the Brexit fiasco should at least give you some inclination on how far you should place your trust in one source.