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|So much for my "imminent" retrace. Not this month at least.|
|Looks like another high today ).|
|Agree with you about Elliott waves. Although indicators and oscillators through charts take the front seat in my world, I do still fully combine it with all that is available in fundamentals. So if one has to be either a chartist or a fundamentalist - Wonder what the term is for someone who studies both
- somone who hasn't yet made their mind up??? LOL!|
|velod, actually I meant "permanence". I don't do charts, and certainly not Elliott waves. They're too hard. Income statements and balance sheets are my limit.|
|Immanence? Belief in a higher deity? Only the other day I was saying that if anything would turn me religious it would be the stockmarket :)
For instance why does the market/investors feel compelled to respect Fibbonacci retracement support and resistance levels, without even being aware of their existence - not to mention why in nature the petals on a flower also respect Fibbonacci's discovery of the "golden ratio" almost as if there is a controlling, governing, force at work.|
|But far from eminence.
Don't have a scooby doo what he is banging on about.|
|Your imminency may become immanence, then?|
|The market's munching through my imminency reserves.
. . I have 7 of them before my days of imminency are all used up and become imminent weeks/months :) :)|
|Imminent?, in that case how soon is now ).
Wish I held a few more.|
|Looking all set over the immediate coming days to have those questions that were posted by some last month, about who would now continue buying at these prices etc.,
. . . And I'm thinking in the present situation very few, until certain nameless corporate holders have cashed in, trashed the price, and departed.
. . . Which, in my opinion, judging by the price action, is imminent.|
|All shares and refunded cash now received, 23 December, as per prospectus. Well, at least by 24th!|
|But who would you expect to be buyers, with all these new shares sloshing about?
But the "new shares" are just shares. To buy CSN shares in the market you still need to pay the market price. Why should you expect the market in CSN shares to have collapsed?|
|Income focused funds.|
|But who would you expect to be buyers, with all these new shares sloshing about?|
|You would expect small PI's to be sellers|
|Here is a simple question that I am unable to answer. The market is likely to have a great many sellers when the new shares are tradeable, and yet the price has been trickling upwards recently. Who would buy now at over 340? I should say I'm a LTH and won't be selling this year.|
|Thanks for that, CWA1. Useful background info.|
These things can and do vary quite a bit. On one offering I was one of only two holders of a particular minnow stock with a smallish broker. The other person didn't elect to take up their entitlement or excess, so I got all of their allocation as well as my own(due to the pooling nature of these things with most brokers) and very lucrative it was too! Obviously much less likely to happen with a bigger counter like Chesnara with many holders-but it does show that these things can be, sometimes wildly, skewed.|
|In spite of rns I have received little over 18% of my excess application which, whilst not much, is obviously far more than some others. It does seem somewhat farcical that there are such large disparities in how excess shares have been allotted by different brokers.|
|jonwig stand corrected|
|From TD Direct:
"The Chesnara Open Offer was oversubscribed. As a result excess elections were scaled back. Holders that elected to apply for additional shares in excess of there basic entitlement received approx 3.85% of this election. Accounts have been updated with the new shares. We are awaiting the refund of cash which will be applied to your account upon receipt from the registrars."
Their typo's, not mine.|
|Quite so E/Investor. Sometimes my posts sound very sure, when I'm just being opinionated.
Return of earmarked cash: Not a single shareholder will have had their unused cash returned yet - I was informed last Friday that the earliest it could be, would be by the end of this week. That's the approx earliest for everbody. So if not reimbursed on/by Friday then of course that means shortly after Xmas/New year. Maybe they'll 'push it' then?|
|velod, or they may want to keep and enjoy the yield, usually two ways of
looking at something|
|Yes another Redmayne go slow|