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frog_in_a_tree 20 May 2019

Everyday Fynne, I expect that he has a good chance of being sacked for brining his employer into disrepute. Frog

fynne 20 May 2019

Everyday oilovlam: Watching the Kay Burley show on Sky News channel and they covered Farage being ‘Milkshaked’…at the end Kay said that the perpetrator was a Sky employee…I laughed!! So thrown by a sky employee… of course this wasn’t for any sort of media headline coverage was it? If people didn’t see him as a threat no one would bother … no one throwing anything at changeUK?

macbonzo 20 May 2019

Double Top Absolutely true, however, as you know, fundamentals are no guarantee of anything either. Do you want to go head to head, as to who can make the best returns till the end of the year? Trading is not risky unless you have no TP and don’t use stops. 80% fail at it because: They are overleveraged (Plus 500 shouldn’t be in business) Undercapitalised. I hate trading a small account Don’t use Stops Trade off news feeds Know a mate that has made money somewhere Have no trading journal Don’t appreciate the psychological demands of trading.

regardless 20 May 2019

LLOY - Share buyback 2019 fallen so far 67p to 59p Voting for the Brexit Party Lloyds Bank will benefit in the long run once we leave Short term paper pain … long term gain IMHO

frog_in_a_tree 20 May 2019

Everyday I must say, the current fad for milk shakes has completely passed me by. My usual refreshments are a cappuccino or a pint of real ale, depending. Milk shakes is some way back in my past childhood. Cheers, Frog

Old_Eyes 20 May 2019

Everyday A portion of McLies with that?

frog_in_a_tree 20 May 2019

Everyday At least let us pray it was “whiter than white” British milk, eh? Frog

frog_in_a_tree 20 May 2019

LLOY - Share buyback 2019 That’ll be bad news for LLOY then, Regardless? Frog

regardless 20 May 2019

LLOY - Share buyback 2019 Correct Brexit Party now looking like that going to walk it this Thursday No Deal Back on Parliament not delivered what they also voted for and promised the People sadly

regardless 20 May 2019

LLOY - Share buyback 2019 My Take on the new quarterly dividend starting in 2020 Dividend Payment dates First interim June 1p 2nd interim September 1p Third interim December 1p Fourth interim March 2p

oilovlam 20 May 2019

Everyday Watching the Kay Burley show on Sky News channel and they covered Farage being ‘Milkshaked’…at the end Kay said that the perpetrator was a Sky employee…I laughed!! BBC News Milkshake thrown at Nigel Farage The Brexit Party leader had just given a short speech in Newcastle as part of a tour of the country.

frog_in_a_tree 20 May 2019

LLOY - Share buyback 2019 Games, Much more to do with Brexit in my opinion. Little exposure to world markets and almost completely UK facing. It sinks or swims with the UK economy. It has been very apparent over the months that as optimism has risen that there won’t be a No Deal Brexit, the sp rises, and when optimism fades, back down it goes. Cheers, Frog

Gamesinvestor1 20 May 2019

LLOY - Share buyback 2019 regardless: I am also starting to question the benefits of lloy Buy Back policy myself here “”“I am also starting to question the benefits of lloy Buy Back policy myself here”"" Not sure there is one, given that it just about compensates for the management largesse - bit of a zero sum game. It also does nadda to the derisking of the bank, which is still exposed to the UK property market. Should have exited around the results time when it went above 65, I dithered. Can’t see much upside as long as the US - China spat stays in place. It’s nowt to do with brexit before anyone gets all excited and jittery. Oh well at least it’s only 1.19% of my wad. Games

PrefInvestor1 20 May 2019

Double Top Hi @macbonzo, “extraordinary returns” !. Tesla Jan 1st 2019 ~$310, today just dropped below $200. Thats at 33% loss… As Ive said before these US growth stocks are just scary and can have a devastating effect on your portfolio if things dont go your way. ATB Pref

frog_in_a_tree 20 May 2019

Everyday Everyday… …we hear more of how businesses big and small fear Brexit. Today the BBC reports: “Female health startup Elvie has warned it may quit the UK in the event of a damaging Brexit. Elvie - backed by veteran City investor and former Conservative Party treasurer Michael Spencer - said it could leave the UK for Europe if Brexit threatened to knock London’s international reputation and access to investment and talent. The group’s chief executive Tania Boler told the Press Association: “If it is looking like Brexit will have a negative impact on the UK, we’d have to consider moving.” The company makes the Kegel trainer and app that helps women strengthen their pelvic floor.” Frog in a tree

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