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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bank Of Georgia Group Plc LSE:BGEO London Ordinary Share GB00BF4HYT85 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -46.00 -3.83% 1,154.00 1,152.00 1,158.00 1,202.00 1,154.00 1,180.00 13,743 11:18:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 380.4 147.3 2.8 489.2 456

Bank Of Georgia Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/2/2014
14:10
8-) Mr_BlueSky
hazl
22/2/2014
17:13
hazl: I have my eye on GEM.
mr_bluesky
22/2/2014
17:04
I notice your understandable interest in GEMD don't forget GEM Gemfields owner of Faberge! If its time for the gems market this is a beauty imo
hazl
21/2/2014
19:30
skyship: Take a look at SHG and see how simular it looks to the GEMD one. I believe it as very close to a big break out as this pattern tends to produce them very consistently in my experience. Mr Bluesky
mr_bluesky
21/2/2014
19:14
Skyship: I spotted GEMD's bullish pattern a few days ago when it was 162p I did not post it here but on the lse site.... 200p should be hit quite quickly IMO. Mr_Bluesky65 Posts: 2,871 Off Topic Opinion: No Opinion Price: 162.00 View Thread (2).Mon 14:25 This looks close to a break out up. A close over 168p will confirm it. Mr Bluesky
mr_bluesky
21/2/2014
16:11
GEMD broken North from a small flag; but the main reason for buying is the breakout from a large Reverse Head & Shoulders: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
skyship
18/2/2014
20:22
Just as well I didn't sell based on IC advice, what do they know
modform
18/2/2014
15:13
Wise strategy, it's currently testing the 200ma. I did go through a phase after significant losses following the dotcom boom of never investing in anything below £1. Funnily enough, though I now find that restricting, I would have saved myself a lot of costly mistakes had I consistently applied this rule. Shares can multiply many-fold over £1, but below it, they can disappear altogether down the fox's hole.
brucie5
17/2/2014
17:09
Brucie: When POG breaks over 100p and holds i will double my stake by adding more. Mr Bluesky
mr_bluesky
17/2/2014
16:39
"POG up 60% in 3 weeks is possible." That would do nicely.
brucie5
17/2/2014
16:38
Brucie: POG up 60% in 3 weeks is possible. I am not in AVM but I hope they dont release a "know no reason for the price movement" RNS to pull the rug from under. Mr Bluesky
mr_bluesky
17/2/2014
16:10
Yes, spectacular. Could be a sign of things to come, given the oversoldness of the smaller pm explos. POG up 60% in a day? Would be nice..
brucie5
17/2/2014
15:52
AVM up nearly 60% today and has cut through the 50dma and 200dma in one. Its forming a very bullish Island reversal pattern. Mr Bluesky
mr_bluesky
16/2/2014
23:21
Brucie: yes it was an error in my calculation as a rise from here to 140p is 50% + not 40%+ Mr Bluesky
mr_bluesky
16/2/2014
22:12
FLYB getting ready to break 126p Mr B. Clear air to around 165p after that ?
mreasygoing
16/2/2014
19:47
"I believe it is the real deal." It's highly indebted, with a small mcap, so will not suit all; but also very cash generative, and has been able to negotiate the recent fall in PoG with a very shrewd hedge. The chart is possibly the most intriguing thing about it, though, as I'm not sure I've seen one with this potential, except retrospectively. But it is very much tied to the value of PoG. "i have a short term target of 140p on it. Thats just over another 40% from here. It will probably then have a breather before heading up again IMO." Yes, it's come down from £3 level in a year; £7 level in 2 years; £10 in 3; and peaked in 2010 at £13. I'd be very happy with the two year level! Having just broken the 200sma, the next key indicator will be the £1 level. I agree. Thanks - and perhaps you can keep posting your thoughts on this one, as it might be a good climb.. Edit: I see you've upgraded 40-50%... My, it's already moving..
brucie5
16/2/2014
19:29
POG: I believe it is the real deal and i have a short term target of 140p on it. Thats over another 50% from here. It will probably then have a breather before heading up again IMO. There may be a little resistance at 100p as that is always a psychological barrier. Very exciting times for miners. Mr Bluesky
mr_bluesky
16/2/2014
18:08
Bluesky. Take a look at POG and let me know your views. The whole PM sector seems to have turned - though it maybe of course be a feint move!
brucie5
16/2/2014
18:08
Miners are looking hot with the ftse 350 mining index so close to breaking out of the 3 year descending resistance. Another good week for the miners and it will break over taking the index into bull territory for the first time since late 2010. Mr Bluesky
mr_bluesky
16/2/2014
18:05
HHR at 6.50p loks set for a big break out IMO. Mr Bluesky
mr_bluesky
16/2/2014
18:04
RDW at 329p looks to be the most bullish right now of the builders. Lots of them to report over the next few weeks and most look potentilally bullish to me. RDW looks the best bet chart wise right now with a break over 340p to confirm with a target of circa 450p. Mr Bluesky
mr_bluesky
25/1/2014
11:01
SKYSHIP: Yes that was a good one and I missed it also I have less time to chart lately so alot goes unseen for me. that was a tripple whamy though. A break over historic resistance,a break our of an ascending triangle and off of the 50dma. Oh well cant spot them all. Mr Bluesky
mr_bluesky
25/1/2014
10:26
So often find these after rather than before the event: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
skyship
24/1/2014
20:46
worst case scenario... support @ 1800? http://screencast.com/t/eaEAOlMNa
el chupacabra
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