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|I fear that the holdings of small shareholder have absolutely zero effect on shorting.
Hedgies go straight to institutional holders who are very long term holders and indifferent to short term swings. They make a turn by loaning their stock and the hedgies make hay.|
|been doing same for years :-)|
|TM,Well done.It can only help fight the Shorter,s|
|LOL, I've done the same, on public display, good for a month, for 33,167 shares at a limit of 2000p ....................;0)|
|To all GSK shareholders. I have today put a Limit sell order on my holding in GSK of £20,to stop Shorter,s from loaning the shares from my broker,which they can do for a fee,without me or you knowing about.I suggest you do the same.|
|Alp - It is until Andrew Witty steps down, however, I dont think it is as closely watched of late. A cut and they may even go up?|
|CER's not bad - what will the press pick up tomorrow?|
|I have not read the details yet, and can see that the market is down heavily, but on glancing through the results I am surprised they have fallen after several days of falling, due, I thought to uncertainty over results. I do not think they are poor results.|
|Fang, thanks, just found my log in details to see his full holdings.|
"Elsewhere, we added to several holdings including Provident Financial, Legal & General and GlaxoSmithKline. In order to fund the above additions, we trimmed our position in Roche very slightly. There were no other disposals.
He did indeed increase
|Innovation and efficiency is the way to manage cost pressures.
The huge benefit of innovation is made crystal clear with the ViiV contribution.
Without the HIV franchise GSK would be worth closer to £12 a share imv.
Would expect the new CEO to be more aggressive on costs.|
|MJ19 - yes, I also bought and at 1650p - no worries...... ;0)|
|Is anyone aware if Woodford has recently reduced his GSK % holding
on the main income fund?.|
|Crazy I bought 16.34 but hey ho I wait for my divi|
|Agree dividend looks secure will be holding mine long term.|
|That's what you get for being a good boy. LOL|
|Results beat estimates but the share price declines on forward looking comments about pricing pressures. Div looks secure for some time yet, will be keeping with my current position|
|Would it be 12 Noon ?|
|Not the first one ever for someone to ask this, what time are the results released in the UK today ?
|Novn off about 5% since yesterday's update.|
|No, I actually sold last week. Not sure cash is particularly good given inflationary pressures either. Also sold some Barc which have since gone up and didn't sell standard life which have fallen. One in three right, which about average for me. GSK still top 3 holding for me, hardly given up here.|
|TraderMichael 24 Oct '16
"Not tempted to take just one more dividend before off-loading? Only one more week to go ...... ;0)"
It makes no difference whether you sell now or wait for the dividend other than missing trade between now and then and whether you are potentially taxed to income or capital gain. Never understood people who wait for dividends especially when you are within tax free wrappers like SIPPs or ISAs. Next week's dividend is this week's capital.|
|What are their second-in-commands like? In the USA they remove presidents that cause too much upset!|