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If everyone expects this "expected news" to do what they think it will then you'll have no worries in the future when it finally arrives. Contract news has never had much impact for long and I don't think the OP here is any kind of Nostradamus. Going by their previous predictions back in November. lol And even stopped clock predictions will eventually get it right. ;)
In the meantime, this "seller" is actually doing us a favour, if you are in the mood for buying , that is. Expectations of the BoD, hmm, I wouldn't count on that, Lottie. But If it gets back to 6p, you never know, they might just show some support and but a few themselves.
My mistake, should have been, "Just being honest". In reference to what I said about buying more cheaper , if poss. Nothing to do with you, sorry for the confusion. No disrespect intended. But, I will stick to the what I said last night as, to me, you didn't seem interested in an explantion of the charges documents. Which I've poured over before for some clarity. Not sure where you got the £10m from either. But it was late.
So, my view of you is not a dim, fwiw. It's as clear as day. :)
Profesionally trained and highly skilled in knife handling. fwiw. ;)
Just be honest, BT. If I'm going to be buying more to add to to pot I would rather be paying less. If the news don't come or is bad then I've lucked out and got to sit on them a bit longer. Been there before. :)
The intra-day low of 7/7/23. Interesting prognosis.
If we get a not so good trading update early March.....
Or depending on how long they can drag out this supposed load malarkey much longer.
We'll see. Learnt to never say never when predicting where the sp may go. Hoping for the sake of my recent buys that I didn't start a bit to early. But hey ho.. let's go. I had a few more under 10.50 twenty mins ago, just for good measure.
Might as well chase it down, hey. :)
Moving down to the next level?
Did Bernie shoot too early on that last buy?
RSI below 30 on the daily is normally a favourable target, for me.
Question is, will it go sub 10P?
Watching carefully ...
For clarity, I didn't then and still don't, really care that much about these charge documents anymore, tbqh. :) I was just providing a bit of info and background to BT. Who, in the end , just seemed to me, to be feinging concern anyway. So whatever.
But yes, you are right, he didn't state which one. But it didn't take very long to look at the obvious ones until one with a filling on the 18th December became apparent. So that was the one I went with. I looked at the one you mentioned and on finding nothing went to the next.
In other news.
Did you know that there is also a Harland and Wolff (Australia) registered with the Australian version of companies house.
After a bit of digging found it was linked to an address just up the road from Austal in Perth. The business registration date was June 23, 2020. What were they planning between themselves way back then to warrant such a move. Hmm?
Oh, sorry. I thought you were actually concerned about then being outstanding. Just explaining that it just seems to be the norm and that they get changed on occasion. My point about any mortgage, not whether you have one or not, is that the bank has first charge over the property.
Bt, they are hardly hidden from public observation or examination. Depends if you are the kind of person hanging around the companies house website on a regular basis to pick up on little snippets like this. TBH, they are very boring, wordy documents with small changes from their previous versions. Been there before, fwiw, so knock yourself out if you want to scrutinise them to find anything new and exciting. I'm sure if you looked at most mortgage details you would find a similar charge over a property. With the bank providing the loan getting first dibs should you default on your payments. Most of content within these documents seem to be only if there is a similar default. That was my interpretation of them at least.
19 Dec 2023 Registration of charge NI6648600009, created on 18 December 2023
12 Jul 2023 Registration of charge NI6648600008, created on 11 July 2023
13 Mar 2023 Registration of charge NI6648600007, created on 9 March 2023
17 Jan 2023 Registration of charge NI6648600006, created on 13 January 2023
25 Mar 2022 Satisfaction of charge NI6648600002 in full
24 Mar 2022 Satisfaction of charge NI6648600003 in full
21 Mar 2022 Registration of charge NI6648600005, created on 9 March 2022
15 Mar 2022 Registration of charge NI6648600004, created on 9 March 2022
04 Feb 2022 Satisfaction of charge NI6648600001 in full
13 Feb 2020 Registration of charge NI6648600003, created on 7 February 2020
12 Feb 2020 Registration of charge NI6648600002, created on 7 February 2020
11 Dec 2019 Registration of charge NI6648600001, created on 5 December 2019
Looks like 4 through to 9 have yet to be satisfied. Think I might sell up until they are sorted. ;)
I t has been discussed before several times. It seems to get an update every so often and is one of the longer standing charges they have had over the accounts. The changes are usually to do with changes in company assets.
That's just me being a thicko or maybe it's early onset old duffery. Joking aside, it's something that I've actually noticed of late when I have to look up really simple spellings. Maybe it's a sine. ;)
That and I was looking at PIR senors earlier on a certain online retail website that sell more than just screws and fixings.
Yeah, okay Mr sensor bot.
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Bet they have that blocked out as well. If so you are on your own. :)
i read that fb page quite often as it can be very informative, for fb, and gives a good idea of sentament. one of the councillors posts on there regularly. as do possible former and current employees of the ssc. so there are obvious differences of opinion. some going back years i would imagine being such a small community.
Stokey, it's "only" 173m because of a 100 to 1 consolidation. Otherwise it would be 17.3 BILLION.
Don't sound as good when factoring in that little bit of history. And, yes, it's all relative to when you bought in.....
Thanks for the explanation, Lottie. Looked up "covered bear position" and got a hit on Investopedia for a bit more detail.
Have to admit, it is not always a good move looking up any kind of "positions" on the internet. Didn't want to links to pics of a reverse stockbrocker or some such. Did get some yoga suggestions though. ;)
Assume you mean "held by" and not "help by" brokers. If so then yes, I agree. But I just thought held for others. As in nominee accounts. Mine with Barclays for instance, yours I beleive you said with IG. And in thecase of Killik, for HNW individuals. Are you saying they may be being held, which I thought meant the same as being owned by, the brokers in of themselves. Sorry, but I'm not sure I understand the difference. If they are owned by an entity then they're not available unless sold on. Same as the ones I hold. Obviously, not my field of expertise. Unlike youself. So keep the explanation easy enough for the lay person, hey. :)