Lloyds Share Chat - LLOY
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|Lloyds Banking Group||LSE:LLOY||London||Ordinary Share||GB0008706128||ORD 10P|
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Poor old Belgium.............||high value chips|
|Well done Aceuk, life is not always straight forward! My hats off to you sir! But as for the Dip Stick Mikey...trolling everywhere for a living!..good luck to that! Cheers||high value chips|
|I met a pupil on the autistic spectrum the other day that I had met 3 years back.He had missed out when that grammar school abandoned their electronics technology course in favour of providing more English and Maths He was now at a UTC, where the technician I was speaking to, reports he is one of the brightest young engineers they have ever come across.||spranson|
|Imperial College could get back white English people by adopting an alternative approach in a strategy to circumvent inequalities. I knew the great engineer/ Professor from Imperial College and walked into his laboratory; Prof Laithwaite was a shining example of great English innovation at Imperial College in 1973. Many others have that same potential and need that opportunity to excel but it can only happen through new channels of financial support---perhaps national service or other means to reduce cost. But British people are truly excellent at innovation and have always been so; Britain was the first country that had an industrial revolution and the next revolution has been invented in England it is called Graphene; there will be many more innovations to follow I have named just one. British innovators is an untapped resource and most especially dyslexic people have today the greatest potential if they are given special needs help early in their educational life to learn and then innovate and extend our scientific understandings. Dyslexic people have an ability to visualise problem solving and are thus able to problem solve complex situations in seconds but only after the assistance of special needs learning help.||ibug|
|I explained some years ago at an English Uni to re-introduce canning as a punishment/ deterrent and to bring back rote learning of times tables etc. The tree huggers hated my point of view and these days kids beat teachers who leave the profession. There is no gain without some pain...perhaps conscription primed with the carrot of lower Uni fees would improve the mentality of the British and especially the English into more sober behavior and learning.||ibug|
|Why register your interest when you can buy LLOYDS NOW!!!
The gov is hoping to get £2bn for this forthcoming sale next year and to pay back
our national debt!....WOW....a whole 0.13% of our national debt!
and by this time next year,we'll be borrowing £100's bn more! GREAT!!!!
http://www.nationald||high value chips|
|aussiedonnie Ahhhh, my favourite nutter Gerald Celente,they have a point about emerging markets are now submerging markets! LOL!....but USA will benefit from all this chaos! The Euro Zone has already begun their transit to the US$ and US stocks,it will take a while for them to sink in that they have just left the frying pan & into the fire! I can see that the DOW has the potential of hitting 20,000 before popping!( but the Dow could tank much sooner as soon as the market are feed up with Janet Yellen just talking about raising the interest rates to normal levels!) It's easy money( When you've entered the correct wave) and much safer dealing with spread betting at this stage and NOT getting involved with paper stocks! Have a good one. Cheers||high value chips|
|ibug...you say.."Britain seriously needs to rethink it's strategy for schools, R&D and manufacturing to give our brightest sons and daughters a future in their chosen academic disciplines." You are right of course,but it will never happen. You cannot throw scummy kids out of class any more...so standards continue to slip...indiscipline is the norm...this will never improve..and I have seen the deterioration over a 40 year career at Junior College/Uni level.This is the unintended consequence of politicos like Cameron espousing the touchy feely "we are all equal" "help the poor" mantra..... the other year ....19 out of 20 first class degrees at Imperial...went to Asians. I escaped from the indiscipline of teaching English kids to a foreign,mainly Asian, set up...and found many more escapees like me......survivors from the mad experiments of the seventies and eighties... The Asian economies most explicitly do not,and never will , have such indiscipline,and we will never deal with it while the Human Rights Act is King.......||mr.elbee|
|The appeal regarding the Lloyds bonds is taking a very long time - could go either way???||alphorn|
|Ace - plan is early December for a few weeks so we can meet up ;)||alphorn|
|Thanks Alp - assume that sorts that - when you UKing?||aceuk|
|Mail sent to Bw & Ace.||alphorn|
|Gerald Celente & Max Keiser Rule 48, volatility and a Global Financial Meltdown
|Ta. Price just collapsing - I'll go away again.||broadwood|
|The wanderer returns,welcome back BW.||cm44|
|Alp - I've hunted through all my e.mails and seem to have lost both your own and Ace's e'adresses. Could you ask him to mail me with both. Ta.||broadwood|
|I have also noticed a shift in highly qualified teachers and engineers working in the money and equity markets instead of teaching and scientific research and development; Britain seriously needs to rethink it's strategy for schools, R&D and manufacturing to give our brightest sons and daughters a future in their chosen academic disciplines.||ibug|
|I read recently that there are over 10,000 PHD under 30's working in fast food restaurants... the well paid quality jobs are being taken by those that reside in other nations.||jordaggy|
|Here it is...
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|bbalan - thanks. alp - just going out. Will do later. regards.||broadwood|