800% rise in one day, it wasn’t just Robin Hood style traders jumping on. This has big potential backed up by the publication Mark posted at the weekend. BF could tell us but he’s done his work, got his shares and is chilling out whilst smoking cigars waiting patiently for next week.
Win or lose I have mine too, no ramp but you all know too this is likely going platinum!
I love this time of year too. Autumnal colours are beautiful. Soon time to batten down the hatches though.
45p in 2021 hopefully and 65p in 2025 maybe. Buying in at these prices could be really good if those targets are met with a reinstatement of the dividend but need to navigate the inclement weather first.
“I would be very worried if only Lloyds was falling, the whole market is.“
The drug (stimulus) is wearing off on the global markets, increase the dose or turkey.
Why is it different if the whole market is going down? It’s not like you’re trading your Lloy shares for something other tangible asset. For example when your house drops in value all the others do too.
DJ strawberry, I still think that Brexit was a great idea. I can be the gullible masses but more gullible for believing the scare tactics from remoaners.
Most who voted accepted they would apparently be worse off as per the Cameron Osborne scaremongering in the lead up to the referendum. More important is tackling the man made virus now than a bit of EU trade or not.
RE: Buy all the way down and smile all the way up in 202121 Sep 2020 12:32
Best of luck, I don’t think you need it as I believe that Lloy will reward you. I’m not here to scare anyone, I’m looking for the same outcome as you but entry price is far more crucial to me as I’m guessing from what you’re saying that I have much less cash to play with. The same applies to TLF.