|7 Mar 2014||tonio||Postal and delivery firm Royal Mail 'rose' after JPMorgan Cazenove lifted its target from 700p to 765p, keeping an 'overweight' rating. read more...|
|yesterday 17:35||wylecoyote||Interesting..... excuse my french, but bloody well break 600p and stay above there....lol ;-) read more...|
|Mon 13:13||tonio||I think the question was OK. These guys are both on the plus side of the argument,others including yourself - from what I glean - are on the minus side. I don't think anyone can predict the future. All you can do is take a reasoned view. I know a fair few brokers and financial advisers. I can't say that I'd totally trust their judgement. read more...|
|Mon 11:21||tonio||So who do we believe, these guys or Minerve? I'd worry about JP Morgan only just waking up to RMG's terrific position vis a vis pensions - they only need run a small well-performing scheme, the government took over the historic stuff. The fool's freelance writers always tend to look on the bright side ( you don't get many articles promoting an exceptional sell) but at least this one's quoted... read more...|
|Mon 09:50||ramu kumar||http://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2014/03/10/3-factors-that-make-royal-mail-plc-an-exceptional-buy/
|6 Mar 2014||spongy2||Minibrain,,,, "not really any of your business" then why come in here bragging about it? dope...
All utter BS, but "very" occasionally good for a laugh..
|6 Mar 2014||spongy2||
I'm quite capable of deciding 'when' to buy, my record speaks for itself, you're the last person I need to listen to.
Now, either answer my question, or go away and play in another thread. read more...|
|6 Mar 2014||mbmiah||This will spike when they announce the div dates. read more...|
|5 Mar 2014||mbmiah||Aaah. So it's better than the ftse at 4% cf 3.5%? Thanks. read more...|
|5 Mar 2014||mbmiah||WC, what you're saying is you will ignore him regardless? How can you tell it yields less than the ftse? It has absolutely thrashed it to date. Obv will have to wait and see what the future yields look like with it being relatively new to the market. AIMO read more...|