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LONG Longships

8.25
0.00 (0.00%)
17 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Longships Investors - LONG

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Longships LONG London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 8.25 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
8.25 8.25
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Posted at 24/4/2024 11:14 by cfro
CNC a contract win in the US. They are going to do an investors meet presentation on May 9th..
Posted at 16/4/2024 17:37 by cfro
FYR Investors champion from a couple of days ago. TET talked about and the sector in general:
Posted at 15/4/2024 08:25 by igoe104
There will always be afew investors that constantly sell out when we get a nasty global event. The thing is your never going to get perfect investing conditions, so these nervous investors will be constantly buying and selling every few months.your never going to make much money, when your constantly in and out the market..
Posted at 08/4/2024 08:13 by igoe104
Just shows how bad the small cap markets are actually are. When a company like TGP gets awarded contracts 50% of its market cap but I'm the only poster on the TGP forum. I think most small cap investors have disappeared too bitcoin..
Posted at 08/4/2024 07:24 by cfro
FYR investors champion:
Posted at 04/3/2024 08:49 by renegade master
Dear "cfro", this is your pal "no pants".

I got a mail asking me how I knew there were buyers coming into Nichols ahead of results. I said "what, I never wrote that". He said but it said you did on this "serious investors" forum.

I see you spend a lot of time "having a go" at me and how "fake" I am, which is your opinion so carry on filling your boots. Keyboard warriors hiding behind usernames will always do this. It's fine, and no-one reads this board anyhow apart from your one mate.

However, aren't you the fake? You made up a quote I never said. All I said was I'd bought a small starter position which was risky ahead of results. I got 300 shares at 974 using IG's DMA.

So all I ask is for an apology for you putting out a fake quote. Then carry on with your nasty little messages which are totally unfair as the many 1000s of investors I've met will tell you.

I'd suggest your anger at me is more about your own shortcomings. If I was holding onto a loser from £10 to £4 I'd be pretty annoyed at myself too.
Posted at 21/2/2024 09:04 by cfro
A lot of saddo's and mental head-cases frequent advfn bb's. Had one here yesterday trying to ramp their stuff with a view to demonstrating how good they apparently are lol..

Daniel Peris said that investors fall into two camps the long-term income investor or the gambler. 5000 years of US corporate history proves the former is the real road to success and wealth creation..

What i find really sad is that so many treat the stock market as a short-term casino even those that should know better like CR, PS etc..
Posted at 20/2/2024 17:39 by cfro
Just listened to the IC interview with Daniel Peris. Absolutely fantastic, thanks igoe104 for posting..

Mr Peris is more a historian than a fund manager but what he had to say really struck a chord with what i've been making the case here for a while now.

He looked at 5000 years of US corporate history and concludes that the last 30 years of the US stock market is an anomaly.(an anomaly in the sense that big tech stocks have not paid any dividend and investors have solely relied on capital gains).

He was basically making the case that investors sooner or later expect an income and that should be through dividends. It always has been in the past as capital gains cannot go on for ever.

He called it "very strange" that in order to make money in companies that didnt pay dividends investors expected the share price to rise so they could take profits. But if you think about it, it doesn't make any sense to sell an asset so you can pay yourself. Throughout history the only longevity in wealth creation is to own assets constantly, which produce an income that you continue to take as your profits..
Posted at 02/11/2023 16:41 by igoe104
Uk investors are sheep and follow others, whilst the USA,investors are more seasonaed investors and recognise the value in the UK. Why invest in the USA when UK peer companies are on half the P/E..
Posted at 02/11/2023 15:59 by cfro
It's well known that both professional/institutional and retail investors based in the UK are mostly leaving the UK market in droves, many to invest over-seas which is mainly in the US.

However, it's very interesting to note that now over half the share register here in the UK is over-seas investors which is mainly made-up of the US. DGE for instance has 45% of it's shares owned by US based investors one of those of course is Warren Buffet.

So as UK investors are investing in the US, the US are investing in the UK Lol..

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