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bobobob 2 and a half
|Ah so it was you max, evening all|
|Have fun! Was thinking a fairly serious poster, with school prefect tendencies as he eagerly tries to join the gang?|
|CA - Siobhan1|
|finally the truth will out|
|and again if only they knew|
|how to do it right how to do it wrong|
|Just testing old chap
And what a lovely experience it is too|
|Aquarius .... not done too good has it ?
DavidHP 28 Jul'09 - 01:49 - 14974 of 14999
Why? Because we're now living through the greatest financial catastrophe in financial history... more money is going up in smoke, a bigger percentage of the world's wealth is subliming at this time than ever before. IMHobservation 1929 was smaller & less catastrophic (and yes I HAVE read Galbraith AND Kindleberger FYI!) than this and as equities were then, so they are now; ie. CHEAP! And then, as now, few could take advantage of that obvious bonanza of cheap stocks since most investors had had 22 shades of shab knocked out of them... I want as many AQP as I can get my pauperish mitts on for as little additional outlay as is humanly possible. If a few pennies now makes me a couple of quid 2yrs later... I'm filled with joy!
As for the rest...
In my experience, given the general level of hollowheadedness apparent in so-called official and financial services, perhaps the only sector of UK industry where those with the IQs of garden furniture can truly excel, it's the "strangers on a BB" who;
a) seem to know more about whats going on than those paid to know... (must be the DYOR ethos + the 22 shades!)
b) have little to gain/lose from the advice and so it tends to be more honest.
Other than pouring for hours over largely unintelligible reams of corporate gibberish which was written to be unintelligible, I find asking "strangers on a BB" *IS* DoingYOR... where the Y is *your*, as in that which you have discovered and, from the kindness of your claret-hardened heart, wish to share with mere me!
How do you DYOR? Remote viewing, perhaps?
As a shareholder of RDG, I only waste one share (or so it appears)... since my holding is amost exactly divisible by the conversion ratio.
The so called 'arbitrage' was a temporary affair and has now largely evaporated.
I will become, as we all will, Aquarius shareholders and so all is good in the world...
Rejoice and sing for the British summer is upon us.
My wellies are drying by the door as I write...
Been a bummer if you kept the shares|