Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Framltn.IN.Gwth LSE:FIT London Ordinary Share GB0008906322 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 318.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 3.5 3.7 14.8 21.5 78.05

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The only way I will get thinner & fitter is by not eating so much and taking a bit more exercise.
sir rational
Not yet any progress to report.
sir rational
ed, leave that f'cking cyder alone
As yet, no progress.
sir rational
No progress so far.
sir rational
sir rational
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sir rational
Well, I'll kick off. 89.5kg this morning after breakfast. Should be thinner, I will target 86kg by 1st March.
sir rational
OK this thread is for fat men who want to get fit in 2011. Too much turkey? Too much pud? Fat b@stard? Spare tyre? Scales say 'get off!'? This thread's for you. Post your weight NOW and your DESIRED WEIGHT and the STEPS YOU ARE TAKING to achieve desired weight. Simples. No girls.
sir rational
I know I'm leaning against an open door here, after seeing what happened to Ken Bachelor when he asked for car advice, but I'm willing to risk it ;) The crux of the matter is that I can't always get to the gym, and, even if I can, at peak times it's often hard to find a vacant machine. Running outside is not too good in winter, or if it's raining, and I think that running on pavements takes its toll on the old knees. Anyway, I fancy treating myself to a motorised treadmill for home use. I can't stretch to the £4k for the commercial models like most gyms use (I'm not sure I could get one of those upstairs anyway), but I quite fancy one of the 'cheaper' folding models with set programs for inclination & so on. Trouble is that there seems to be maybe 10 competing models in the £500 to £1,000 range, and I can't seem to find any reviews on the web. If anyone has any good (or bad) experiences in this area, then I'd be grateful if you'd share them. I'm particularly thinking about long term spares availability / support. Thanks in advance for any replies, Larousse.
I got it wrong with FIT somehow, and have started a new LAND thread on the FBB: "Raw Land: Hidden Values and Speculations":
Sorry but what is the land connection with FIT?
thnx for the comments DJ the FIT portfolio is different than I thought. I may move to a LAND url
energyi Good thread, odd name I have read your other thread on PBB Tried the 2 above urls The top one (moneyworld) does not lead to any quoted company that I could find The lower one is prohibited entry Without doubt land is a superior investment, especially medium or long term It takes courage and often sacrifice to purchase land, eg debt risk In lean times not always easy to sell Shares in land companies will have their own down phases as well jal
SOME GROUND RENT related Funds... Acre Property Brandeaux - Ground Rent Income II Ltd Brandeaux - Ground Rent Portfolio Plus Brandeaux British Ground Rent Brandeaux Ground Rent Income Brandeaux Ground Rent Portfolio Ltd Fiduciary Global Property Securities (??) ...MORE: - - - There are now institutional products available, which invest in residential property: Company.................... Product Close Brothers............. Capital Appreciation Trust Aberdeen Property Investors Regent Residential Partnership Schroders.................. Residential Property Unit Trust ING Barings................ Baring, Houston & Saunders Residential Fund @: policy105576363317409-1.pdf
The PBB thread, LINK:
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