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|monty no;3....when there is a build up to an event then it will turn into a damp squib.....|
|One can disagree on a post but that does not give them the upper hand to make themselves look superior....all is equal here...|
|Yellen speaks tomorrow, that's the big market moving event.|
|Je ne comprends pas|
|Pierre - we are here to make something of our investments. It would be terrible if we all agreed on every point. I would be very worried if all posters always agreed.
If you believe that it is quite a reasonable bit of speculation on your part that at least 'one of them' will carry on with their plans out of the hundreds of thousands of businesses in the uk the you are safer in a casino. Poor odds for anybody. ;)|
|338...If enough big players read your post, they will all dump and you will see your double bottom. On the other hand, they most probably won't. Charts are for sailors and weathermen.|
|Ace - IMO it depends upon the project. If I take an example of pharma; a project to produce the active ingredient will be considered very carefully and may well move countries whereas a project to package the product may not move. Those are projects that you can 'touch' - other projects involving information can move relatively quickly and a company can change its mind later down the road.|
|What are you on about Pierre - does everything I say have to have the exact post I'm responding to in it?
Alp I think all business carries on with its plans - may adjust a little but as I said, if something needs doing it needs doing. Delay usually costs a lot more.|
|Pierre - "some business still carry on with their plans".
Pure speculation on your part and in that respect no different from many of Monty's posts that you are so quick to mock.
I do not know your background but you can be certain that major projects will be relooked and relooked until some clarity emerges as to what is happening. Where there are other options then those may be taken to avoid the uncertainty.|
|Is LLOY heading to sub 50p again to create a double bottom formation?|
|Ace - why are all your responses non-sequiturs?
You just respond with a statement of the obvious which isn't at all related to the post you are replying to.|
|One MP says forget Article 50. Just cancel the treaty...|
|jack, he's a mental case, probably in an institution. He can't be a trader at all simply because on the bt board he made an incredible string of opposite calls, which went on for almst a year. He's a maniac, a dreamer, a liar, a loser, a troll. He's not amusing (the opposite in fact) and there's no reason to read his wierd imaginations. I just wonder why i didn't filter the creep months ahgo until recently. Be great if everyone filtered him and he didn't even get mentioned (like I am doing now). Better filtered, much better not mentioned imv|
|Well a few things obviously changed immediately on the brexit vote - there was more uncertainty, and that affects business decisions. I'd say it's obvious that many business actions were put on hold, at least until a cursory look at what they perceive as the eventual consequences of brexit two or three years down the line. After a cursory look, i expect some business still carry on with their plans, and others postpone for longer.
Or do you think businesses just bury their heads in the sand until the day we leave the eu and then start planning for the freedoms they have without the sometimes ridiculous and expensive eu shackles?|
|Exactly Freddie, volatility = making money, so good for the big investors if it can be stirred up.|
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It is one of the most remarkable high tech recovery stories. Trading update out the 5th of September. It is a bit of a ramp but just have a look and you will not blame me. Please say F-O if I have upset you. I was alerted to REDS by somebody who I thought was a ramper 6 weeks ago and that I even cursed on that day but sooo grateful!It is ISAble by the way.
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|The stupid thing is that not much was ever going to change immediately - its a few years down the line where any impact will be felt. People from both sides are jumping on any data they can to try and prove a point when really its all noise.|
|Yet as of today there has been no 'Brexit'.
All rabbits in the headlights stuff until Art 50 is triggered.|
|Brexit is the new whipping boy roll him out whenever something is not right..|