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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Glaxosmithkline Plc LSE:GSK London Ordinary Share GB0009252882 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -11.80 -0.7% 1,671.80 1,652.40 1,653.20 1,691.00 1,652.40 1,679.60 16,348,335 16:45:58
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 33,754.0 6,221.0 93.9 17.8 83,875

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/3/2020
14:00
That is just 11 cuts.........so far!
abdullla
12/3/2020
13:57
I think we're all saying that tbh! spud
spud
12/3/2020
13:51
TM is saying 'ouch' I'm saying 'ouch' 'ouch' 'ouch' 'ouch' 'ouch' 'ouch' 'ouch' 'ouch' 'ouch' 'ouch' 'ouch' :-)
sicker
12/3/2020
13:11
It is like dying with thousand cuts,mercy!
abdullla
12/3/2020
11:41
Yes, very true, Michael. It's just knowing the where's and when's. My diversity has backfired now. I was all in with GSK at the start, watched it go from £15.50 or so to £12.80 back in early 2017, that was what caused my diversity to start with! You gotta smile.
daveboy1
12/3/2020
10:38
Very true, but I trust that GSK has a diverse range of new potential drugs and existing products to carry that, and that any business failures do not coincide with a market crash.
tradermichael
12/3/2020
10:33
TM - possibly. The big additional risk in a single investment in Big Pharma is a major drug candidate failure or even worse a major problem with an existing approved drug. I.e. company specific rather than market driven.
alphorn
12/3/2020
10:30
This is the thing with 'all in one basket' versus a 'diverse portfolio', at times like this the market is driven by fear and panic. Most, if not all stocks are affected by massive falls, no matter what sector. Holding a single company (like GSK) is sometimes more safe for the recovery if you have a defensive stock. In a diverse portfolio, a proportion of the shares will recover in line with the market (or better) while others can get left behind. That takes some clever management to get back to performance.
tradermichael
12/3/2020
10:22
I'm all-in with GSK, no spare cash (till the next dividend payout). I missed the opportunity to sell near the top and once corona took over wasn't prepared to sell on the way down and re-purchase as per normal. So, waiting for the recovery! In a way, a good thing because the price fall has been relentless, and I would have re-entered at a far too high a price (in hindsight).
tradermichael
12/3/2020
10:08
Back in at 1447 to start building a position, I love this share, one of the best for trading I have ever owned, will be serious money to be made on the bounce, the whole thing over hyped and juiced by social media, will soon get boring and markets in general and Gsk in particular will bounce. Its times like this you make real money, as long as you have the funds or Lombard margin.
porsche1945
12/3/2020
09:59
Hi Michael. Yes, my diverse portfolio is looking like a united mess! Hope it picks up for you in the near future, when all this madness is a (hopefully) distant memory. May I ask, are you just GSK, or others as well?
daveboy1
12/3/2020
09:59
MJ, thought you usually nipped in and out with your GSK holding?.
essentialinvestor
12/3/2020
09:57
Good luck to you! Meanwhile, I'm getting murdered! (Still, there's always the dividend LOL)
tradermichael
12/3/2020
09:52
Good morning fellow investors. I'm back in today at my old 2017 levels once again. Crazy price in a crazy world. Good luck to all holders.
daveboy1
12/3/2020
08:55
Porsche , your a real nice guy, I bet your kids just dote on you dont they, filtered..
stevieweebie2
11/3/2020
20:28
Oh and of course the uk in such a good place, trashed currency, zero growth, medieval productivity and a credit junkie population about to pay the price, get real morons. And the South now having to subsidise the hopeless north even more.
porsche1945
11/3/2020
12:33
Porsche is now on my filtered list as some posters just cannot move on. It will be interesting to see how Italy escapes from their economic problems after the corona virus issues. Such problems could well mean an EU collapse as Europe is now weak financially. In the meantime I believe GSK to be a long term hold for both the divi and capital growth.
chessman2
11/3/2020
11:40
FYI no sensible countries EVER have referendums, and now you can see why. Most people are too thick to be allowed to vote on anything much let alone a 45 year old trade agreement with the largest trading block in the world that the UK helped build. The trouble is with allowing morons to vote is there are alot of them and they tend to have little to lose.
porsche1945
11/3/2020
11:39
Lol, I sold at 1550 on the opening bell. This is not my favoured strategy.
essentialinvestor
11/3/2020
11:36
@ croosingtherubicon Haha, the usual “ intelligent “ response from knuckle dragging “ gammons “ brexit morons. (Self harmers) Such a shame the great unwashed like you were allowed to drag down the rest of us, the economy and sterling.
porsche1945
10/3/2020
17:58
Welcome...will you be staying longer than a day? :)
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