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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Investec Plc LSE:INVP London Ordinary Share GB00B17BBQ50 ORD GBP0.0002
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -9.10 -3.22% 273.60 275.00 275.30 280.20 269.10 269.10 1,570,734 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 1,922.3 258.7 25.2 10.9 1,904

Investec Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/7/2021
10:29
Mo yes, worth holding these for the duration, still some way to go to be back at pre-pandemic levels. Good risk/reward ratio even if the price may slip a little over the summer. Now ex-div. Good news about South South African vaccine production in 2022!
boozey
29/7/2021
09:13
Cheers Boozey. At the moment there appears to be a big inst. bot selling but the consensus from brokers has seen a small uptick in EPS for this year and next. Some more good news. COVID-19 vaccine makers BioNTech and Pfizer said Wednesday they will produce their jab in South Africa from 2022. Should see the reopening trade in full swing some time next year.
mo123
27/7/2021
20:33
Great finds Mo as usual - keep posting and thanks.
boozey
26/7/2021
08:54
Some good news from S.A. yesterday. hTTps://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-07-25/south-africa-announces-post-riot-relief-eases-virus-lockdown And today Anglo-South African bank Investec expects the opportunity in leveraged buy-out (LBO) to grow significantly in India as the private equity (PE) market deepens and PE funds look to deploy record sums of capital they have raised.
mo123
22/7/2021
12:58
sorry didnt think it appeared
nemesis6
22/7/2021
09:51
Why the drop at open?Something happen in SA?
hades1
14/7/2021
21:00
Yes it certainly won’t help but I feel even more sorry for the people of South Africa living through the current turmoil.
hades1
14/7/2021
18:29
South African unrest probably not helping us...
boozey
09/7/2021
14:58
SLL raise successful.
mo123
06/7/2021
14:47
nice quote i think “Plan your trade and trade your plan! As simple as it sounds, draw a chart with entry/exit and trade it. If you don't have a plan, you don't have rules, and if you don't have rules, you won't win.”
arja
01/7/2021
17:35
nemesis6, I do have a share account with HL too but only used it a few times when a float comes along - rare nowadays . I had not heard about EL Torro . Incidentally , there is NO stamp duty in OZ since 1996 and not in USA either I think - just in backward pommyland ( smile ) . What a pity I can not blame it on brexit ( wink )
arja
01/7/2021
17:12
RCTurner , you seem to have done well using your methods and , as you rightly say , there is more than one way of making money . Just one point though . We have been in a long term bull market for many years and especially in USA . If that had not been the case and perhaps markets had moved sideways or even had a downward bias over the years , you might have had different results and me too to be fair . I only occasionally go short because markets remain bullish with odd pullback and much prefer buying on a big intra day dip to shorting on an intra day rally where seems to be overbought on the day . Safer to go long until such time as charts show a short and maybe medium term downtrend if it ever happens - it might do one day but markets even recovered rapidly after covid dip and especially the major US indices . Good luck .
arja
01/7/2021
16:31
Good ideea arja
nemesis6
01/7/2021
16:16
arja, I have double digit returns on average over many years, I keep detailed records so that I can track returns and where investments have gone right and gone wrong. I tend to follow a value approach so I am not too worried about market movements. In my current portfolio I have something like 18 stocks and investment trusts with an average return of over 15% (which includes one bad error of a stock that has halved in value) plus dividends. As long as you make money that is the main thing, but very many traders do not understand the difference between signal and noise and do not realise that profits made (often over long periods of time) are just random effects put down to skill.
rcturner2
01/7/2021
15:46
also , can trade FX and indices which have tight spreads going long or short and quite often it is easier to make quick profits doing that many times a day . Open a demo account and test your skills before using real money
arja
01/7/2021
15:43
you only know that from headers on certain sites and odd to use the word average. I like to think I am not the average trader as use a technical approach and do rather well overall . Investing is more dangerous in one respect if someone hangs on in hope as share price falls and reluctant to cut one's loss . using Cfds and focusing , usually doing OAAT , it is much easier to keep good discipline
arja
01/7/2021
15:11
arja, I do know they are a good way to lose money yes. The average retail "trader" in such products loses money every year and soon gives up on them.
rcturner2
01/7/2021
15:01
suspect . I was not talking about INVESTING
arja
01/7/2021
15:00
RCturner2, your comment shows you do not understand trading and how CFDs and spreadbets work I suspe
arja
01/7/2021
10:37
yes i know its not really and issue its more the 11 quid a trade does eat into it...not much granted
nemesis6
01/7/2021
09:50
Hello yes, i opened an el toro account but im not awash with cash outside the sipp....so im kind of stuck with it unless i change providers (with HL) but they are ok and the more i trade the cheaper the costs are but it is my only retirement income so i dont want to treat it like a platform (much as id like to ;-])
nemesis6
01/7/2021
09:45
Stamp duty in the UK is 0.5% on transactions. You have to be a terrible investor for that to be a factor in your return.
rcturner2
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