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Lon.Forfaiting LSE:LFC London Ordinary Share GB0005287841 ORD 40P
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29/6/2009
16:59
rainmaker: Hi again Ben-Re Theo Fennell(TFL)I'm already a holder and made a series of purchases between Feb? and May.I think we discussed TFL when it was 9p? and remember remarking that it owns a strong business franchise* but it's also a cyclical business ie it exaggerates the economic cycle- that when the economy does well it outperforms and when the economy does badly it does even worse. I would normally wait a while until May/June but the price was so weak in the first quarter I had to buy. There's also a strong seasonal pattern for this Company- I think it was 2005, I put out a big buy recommendation at 20p commenting on this yearly cycle whereby the share price reached it's low for the year roughly at the end of the second quarter beginning of the third quarter where it would trade at a substantial discount to it's liquidation value(as measured by net working capital)probably less than half of that value before rising to it's high for the year in December-I think the average move was 180%. This cycle is presumably related to the importance of the Christmas trading period.If you have bought I would definitely advise you to continue to hold until at least early December.I believe liquidation value is about 50p but check it could be lower. regards
04/1/2007
10:51
stucom: should make the share price fly!..........arf
18/3/2005
15:37
mad4it: Honestly! Your stupidity is appalling! Can't you see.....you're proving me right every time you post! Rip - Seriously, you're a moron. AZN is near multi year lows, it's that simple. No investor worth his salt would buy and hold AZN for the long term at the moment. You have no way of knowing, because you know nothing, whether it will continue to fall. Yet you seem happy to continue buying a share that HAS BEEN FALLING FOR YEARS! So, because you've got a job perk, that requires NO STOCKMARKET KNOWLEDGE, you are buying up cheap shares in a company who's share price has been FALLING FOR YEARS! Yet you keep telling me how well AZN is doing! This actually proves you have NO STOCKMARKET KNOWLEDGE. If you REALLY understood the stock market you'd be using some of your money TO DIVERSIFY, buying shares with good fundamentals (AZN doesn't have them) in strong uptrends (AZN doesn't have one) in growth sectors (AZN isn't in one.) Just think what would happen if AZN did what Elan did a couple of weeks ago ?? You'd lose THREE QUARTERS of your money!...and it would be GAME OVER! Pharma companies are notoriously risky investments due to their lack of long term visibility and now you have the threat from the generic clones, which is depressing THE WHOLE SECTOR. Read my lips: Shares can go down as well as up and probably will do whether you want them to or not, whether you're holding them for the long term or not. Hoping they'll go up in the long term isn't good enough. You need to understand their relationship with the stock market and the macro picture. Like I said, you're a teapot. ....and talking to you really is like an episode of the Twilight Zone, because you don't understand what you're doing.
16/2/2005
08:33
red dog: GUYS: I do hope you took my advice on Oakdene Homes (OKD). What a great little share Oakdene Homes is becoming. I did predict that the share price would hit 150p by the end of March. I NOW change that prediction to 180p by the end of March. WHY? Well the results are not yet out but will be before the end of March and also a further BUY NOTE. Furthermore when the results are announced Share Mag, Red Hot Penny share Mag and the Investors Chronicle will make comment. Put all this TOGETHER and you will have a share price of 180p in less than 6 weeks. VERY STRONG BUY.
29/4/2003
10:35
katcenka: yep a big brick wall thats what we will get!!! until June, share price should start falling by this afternoon, although the spread is rather large.. if it hots 24p i am buying a shovel more, may even bring a pickup truck and fill that up to....it will make good compost!!!!
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