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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Investment Company Plc INV London Ordinary Share GB0004658257 ORD 50P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 276.00 00:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
276.00 276.00 276.00 276.00 276.00
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DateSubject
08/5/2013
14:17
solarno lopez: Investors are begining to appreciate the deal and the discrepancy that exists with the pricing and asset value
17/12/2010
18:11
smallgiraffe: Hi All, I'm a new investor and have already made mistakes in trading. I find its quite a lonely game and difficult to find genuine help and to know who to trust. It would be helpful if the site let you send PM's to other posters so we could maybe have someone that wouldnt be annoyed to ask the annoying newbie questions that float about the boards. I for one dont like asking potentially daft questions in fear of a BB beatdown! lol 3 questions I have though, firstly, would anyone like to act as a mentor, maybe via e-mail, just to ask the odd stupid question or two? I'm not looking for someone to be responsible for my financial success or failure, just some info every now and then. Secondly, Are their any seminars or courses that can be recommended? I stay in Scotland so would prefer local, an evening course or something perhaps. Thirdly, I do really like new tech companys. I recently bought into one that is doing well, but I would have been much better off buying as soon as they hit the main market as I feel I've missed the bulk of the potential. I check AllIPO for new admissions but this company didnt show in there?! Is there anywhere better to check new admissions to the market? Thanks in advance guys SG
02/12/2010
12:04
eek a mouse: eek scratches his whiskers and wonders what the hell is going on. telecom plus tep 11.45 mid price 415 bid 420.75 offer 425. puzzled novice investor (computer error anomaly i guess) eek
17/11/2010
14:22
eek a mouse: Hello Zorija/others Thank you for setting up this thread, although I am not a totally new investor I am still a novice/newbie. I am puzzled sometimes by the market opening with some shares already way above the previous close, at present I use halifax sharedealing for all buying and selling and I am aware that I can place an order to get a best price or limit order. but it appears to me that there is sometimes a lot of buying going on before the market opens. is there a way that I can benefit from a very good rns and buy or sell before market open? what's the secret
29/10/2010
20:12
zorija: I agree ken - when I get the calculator out and admire the result then that's the time to sell. Some reading material thanks to JTC... here are some books I'd recommend: CATEGORIES: Investment Strategy: Security Analysis - Benjamin Graham (HEAVY READING This is the old testament from the 'Dean of Wallstreet') The Intelligent Investor - Benjamin Graham (HEAVY READING The New Testament) Value Investing Made Easy - Janet Lowe (Easy read to see if you agree with the strategy) The Rediscovered Benjamin Graham - Janet Lowe (Easy read with some late interviews that were interesting. I like this book.) The Warren Buffett Way - Robert G. Hagstrom (Easy read and interesting examples of some of WB's great investments) Buffettology - Mary Buffett and David Clark (An interesting slant on things. Easy Read) The Essays of Warren Buffett - Warren E. Buffett (From the annual reports of his company Berkshire Hatherway. Fascinating). Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits - Phillip A. Fisher (Regarded as an investment classic. Fisher was one of the greatest growth stock investors. Buffett says he's 85 % Graham and 15 % Fisher, which is a real compliment). One Up On Wall Street - Peter Lynch (Peter has a gift for making it all sound simple. I think this book extols the benefits of understanding brands). Management: The Real Warren Buffett - James O'Loughlin (Buffett is so much more than an investor. What he has created in the management structure and culture of Berkshire Hathaway is truly unique). Fraud: The Smartest Guys In The Room - Bethany McLean and Peter Elkind (How it can all go wrong. The ENRON scandle. (A riveting read. You couldn't make this up). Accounts: Interpreting Company Reports and Accounts - Geoffrey Holmes and Alan Sugden History: The Great Crash 1929 - John Kenneth Galbraith (Easy read. I think it's important to understand bubbles, crashes and investment history statistics. It may stop you being panicked out of a sound investment one day or help you avoid investing during the later stages of a bubble cycle). The BZW Equity-Gilt Study (Facts and figures going back to 1918 on Equities, Gilts and the Cost of Living Index. Great for looking at corelations). The Death of Inflation - Roger Bootle (Bootle saw the change coming 10 years ago, while inflation was still raging. He's a genius economist imo). A Very English Deceit - Malcolm Balen (The South Sea Bubble and an excellent account of how London's financial power house started in the early 1700's. Insurance companies and share traders in coffee shops, no less).
28/10/2010
18:25
zorija: Thought it would be a good idea to create a new thread for new investors looking in to gain some insight and experience from die hard investors. My initial thoughts are not to include all the pumpers and dumpers aliases but real life topics and discussion points. Clearly newbies need to be aware of rampers but they must have questions and not necessarily stock related. I have over thirty years investing experience behind me and I never cease to amaze myself how I did that again...
21/9/2001
21:48
prince william: New investments business includes the private equity investments in Investor Growth Capital, Investor Capital Partners – Asia Fund and EQT. Investor is actively seeking investments in companies with high growth and return potential. The market value of the holdings in New investments was 11,692 m. on December 31, 2000, representing 7 percent of total investments. The overall financial objective is to generate annualized returns averaging 20 percent over the course of a market cycle. This is a bargain GUYS!!! (INV.ST)
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