has become desperately Incoherent and silly and lost the plot. He is now completely out of context. I do wish I could find him funny on this dull Monday morning with the footsie slowly starting to recover. I do wish I could. What has tickled me pick though is the Donald's latest outburst - he's even decrying Fox News AGAIN. If that is not a desperate man demonstrating egomaniacal insanity, I dunno what is! Maybe 'Investor' Trev has caught some of his pathogen! lol
There are larger worries out there besides Brexit. The City is looking at a triple whammy... companies coming off the market and a lack of IPO's; the rise of passive investments which are not helped by the likes of Woodford, and also regulatory change. I still think its a time to buy this stock as it goes down, and not join the lemmings and rush to sell it and then buy it again at a higher price, ad nauseum... Sell at a higher price by all means or hold for the long term. When the storm clears, I believe it will be one of the first stocks to spike. Its fundamentals are so healthy and flourishing - if this were normal times, this share would be selling at around a 1000.
God, I must have touched upon an open wound for such a detailed and vicious response. You know nothing about me other than what you divine. End of the day, trading is mostly gambling. You can read all the books about it you want but if your gut instinct is flawed then your 'pile' will ebb away to 'not even having enough for a good night out'. Like I've said: recoup-gambling is a trait... that far too many players become addictive to. Builders are the best bet for long or short term gain, or both. Not once have you quoted Barrett's fundamentals. I think that says it all.
Lot of peeps panic and sell at a loss then buy back with a smaller sum. Panic again, sell at a loss, then buy back with an even smaller sum... repeat this moronic action until they are sitting on a pancake. There's a phrase for this... oh, yes - recoup-gambling. It mostly happens with newbies although some seasoned gamblers are guilty of it.
Autobeat - you see what I did there? I'm glad I make you laugh - that's another fan I can add to my base then. So thank you. But please stop trying to put words in to my mouth in your talented round-about way. You'd be a brilliant speech writer for Donald Trump - might even be able to twist his words to such an extent... that impeachment would never happen. (Put our combating posts in a resume addressed: Donald Trump. It will get to him in the same way as letters addressed Sant Clause get to Father Christmas.) Ps: It's nobody's fault on here if you have overall loses; is this perhaps why you are so bitter? You only lose with (housing) if you sell your shares at a loss - which I have never done in all my years of trading. Wonder where my 'pile' came from if, as you imply, I am rubbish at all this?
Autobite (did you see what I did there?), I almost whole-heartily agree with most of the sentiments in your last post. (Yes, sit down dear boy and let your head clear.) Excluding the personal missiles, of course. I can see that you have been trawling my former posts again, in a quest to gather stuff to plagiarise. It was almost like reading many of my own strategies vaguely disguised in a more orthodox hand! I bought my first bdev shares and sold them for a considerable profit.. although the amount of my initial bdev 'investment' was piddle sticks compared to what it is now. I must end up with boring you, though, with a tried and tested adage: Peeps will always need somewhere to live. Long live the building trade.
You have me in bits Autobits. Only thing you can do now is buy in 'small amounts' as they go down or keep your powder dry and wait for Boris to be voted back in (there might be a sudden share spike) though) and getting us out of the EU and saving us Billion over the forth coming years.
Just remember that this is not a verbatim statement from the Barratt office but only a "View" from broker Hargreaves Landsdown. And Brexit "uncertainty" certainly lay behind the construction of their estimation (I always get a quote from Builders). But now that a good deal with the EU is very close to being ratified, I think we can call the foregoing both obsolete and surplice to requirement.
Yes, I read that myself and was going to post it - only I got sidetracked by another poster! Nothing is set in concrete though and there are always variables, so I don't think we need to panic just yet. Nige?
And there was me thinking, some posts back, that I had a worthy opponent! But lately you have started to reiterate my points, feebly trying to brand them as your own. So quietly go away. But you can't help but have the last say, can you? So think about your exit long and hard and make it a good and manly, and not too *****y.
Tom, that usually happens when I am on holiday, tec free, so therefore don't get to extoll their virtues and remind investors of the fundamental facts! Lol. (Just so Auto knows its a joke - or is it?)
Autoinbits (well, if you can change my name, don't see why I can't change yours - though I think I made the better joke!). Seriously, I think underneath it all you are a sensitive chap, and so I need to tread more tenderly, I think. Good luck at catching the bottom. Remember 27 countries have to agree to a Brexit deal before it can be ratified... so this share could prove volatile for the rest of the day, like salmon that used to jump about in our rivers. Mind you, Boris and the Irish guy with the foreign daddy seem to be getting on better. Hyperbole is a good word... But I'm not going to make it easy by putting it in a sentence for you.x