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- twirl 14:04:15 26/03/2015
- I have an account with selftrade who used to have a usefull platform allowing dummy trades to assess supply and demand which was useful for small caps. They have tfr to the equiniti platform that does not allow this to be done. If anyone could advise an online dealer that has a platform that enables dummy trades I would be grateful.
- broadwood 08:32:52 26/03/2015
- wend - what is reality? I'm quite positive. They seem to be managing the sale quite well. Taking a hit on my LSE this morning on the stake sale. Never mind, it'll soon recover. Its been good to me. Off to the damp fairways.
- redartbmud 19:07:04 25/03/2015
- broadwood Yes still in Brammer. Not planning to attend the AGM this year, as I have got too much on. Onwards and upwards! Milliballs will rape the utilities. They will become off balance sheet assets of the government and the shareholders will be locked in as the owners of assets with negligible yield. Hang the pension funds! red
- broadwood 17:06:58 25/03/2015
- Looking ominous. BallsUp ruling out increases in VAT and Nat Ins contributions. So where's he going to raise the billions for their inevitable spending plans? Doesn't take a lot to guess that the bank levy will be top of his list. Barclays already suffering today on Investec's downgrade because of George's levy. BallsUp's would be much more severe.
- Alphorn 10:01:31 25/03/2015
- I don't think that Greece has the inclination to make serious changes - it was a mistake them coming in and probably they should bear the consequences of leaving the €zone. May be the best time for them to leave - low interest rates and cheap oil.
- redartbmud 09:25:21 25/03/2015
- broadwood How much longer can the main players dance around each other? Resloution time once and for all? In/out of the Euro? Damned if they do and damned if they don't, but what is the bottom line for the parties? red
- wendsworth 05:44:53 25/03/2015
- SimonG: With such a maelstrom of financial uncertainties and a worldwide plethora of duplicitous lightweight political 'leaders' ....I'm not so sure that your policy is as unconventional as you might think?!
- J2M 20:01:34 24/03/2015
- I must be a bit old school I guess but brought for average 45p (2012) as a three year punt to see where it took me. My, hoped for, initial return figures were 40% share price growth with a 4% divi in year 3. Slowly and steady rather than crash and burn. I believe the next year year will be a slow share price growth as HMRC offload but the dividend cannot be held back by this imho.
- SimonGn 19:00:57 24/03/2015
- Uncle Arthur said in 162422 "simon ,bad time to sell as divi payment will help llods over 90p for now ," The Dividend is already in the price . . . I see this going sideways for a few months. I can't wait, I need to build my SIPP.
- cm44 16:12:46 24/03/2015
- You just couldn't resist that could you? Difference between me and you appears to be that I created the opportunities that I benefitted from.I made things happen,didn't just wait for them to come along.
- born2bongo 16:01:49 24/03/2015
- cm44 Yes. I work the hours. And I'm in no position of privilege either. I'm still making up for past difficulties. I've struggled enough financially to dread the mail each day. The difference between me and you is I learned to be grateful for the opportunities my efforts have presented me, rather than smug.
- cm44 14:46:28 24/03/2015
- B2B, Life's lessons I've had aplenty. I certainly don't need you or anyone else talking down to me from a position of privilege. Did you work 24/7 14 hrs a day with no time off for 15 years to haul yourself from financial disaster to reasonable prosperity?Well I have. If these people have a problem then sort it out themselves,too many whiners and benefits bandwaggoners.