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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Serica Energy Plc LSE:SQZ London Ordinary Share GB00B0CY5V57 ORD USD0.10
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.00p -2.99% 130.00p 129.40p 130.80p 133.00p 129.40p 131.40p 147,241 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 35.9 46.4 22.0 5.8 344.59

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20/5/2019
13:06
Great to see such persistent strength pushing this back to all time highs. Chart looks very nice indeed
spandy83
19/5/2019
22:34
Very true FB. Checked out X-O (Jarvis) nevertheless, seems to be cheap but some poor reviews... (Also £50 + £15 per stock transferred out to close). https://www.google.com/search?q=X-O(Jarvis)&client=ms-android-lenovo&sourceid=chrome-mobile&ie=UTF-8#lkt=LocalPoiReviews&trex=m_t:lcl_akp,rc_f:nav,rc_ludocids:15849077241145802508,rc_q:Jarvis%2520Investment%2520Management,ru_q:Jarvis%2520Investment%2520Management
bountyhunter
19/5/2019
14:18
He's posting that all over the place.
fardels bear
19/5/2019
13:08
Anybody have experience with brokers X-O(by jarvis) or iweb-sharedealing(by halifax). ii have increased there fees again(from £90 a year to now £120/£240), along with the bugs, its time I finally left them. I dont trade every month, so being charged £9.99 a month is a rip Both x-o and iweb have a simple flat trade fee of £5.95 per trade and have no monthly/yearly admin fees or inactivity fees.
carlsagan1
19/5/2019
12:06
FB, what I should probably do myself is diversify more across FTSE 250 modest Divi payers in different sectors but only have some of those. When the Divi looks too good to be true for a FTSE 250 company there is of course generally a higher risk of it ultimately being cut or everyone would pile in raising the price and lowering the yield. I like to have some of the more riskier stocks outside of the FTSE 250 as that makes life more interesting but maybe not the most sensible strategy to continue with indefinitely! Certainly I don't fancy gilts at today's rates although gradually moving into gilts or similar seems to be the perceived wisdom when getting older. Fortunately I expect to have a modest pension to unpin all this but that's a few years away (but getting much closer now!) although there is no guarantee of a job until then in today's world.
bountyhunter
19/5/2019
11:13
Cheers Bh...Difficult one.. We had a look for some top div paying FTSE 100 and 250 stocks the other day. I did some research on here and it appears that they are top div payers because their share price is on year lows. Example VOD year low and now just cut the div. LLOY just raised the div but having lost all her SAYE share capital in RBS when she worked there banks are not top of the list.
fardels bear
19/5/2019
09:52
FB, the AAZ maiden Divi was 3c USD but that was when on my watch list, next Divi is 4c so not a bad growth rate but only 2 divis declared to date. I understand your wife's issue with where to put that cash as it's a tough one ensuring a secure decent return right now, personally I would spread the risk although I'm a fine one to say that having become rather top-heavy in the O&G sector. I see AAZ as a small hedge as when the markets are hit gold often rises? Although being AIM small cap there is an inherent risk with AAZ so personally for that reason my holding there is limited. All imho nai.
bountyhunter
18/5/2019
14:04
Thanks steel.
fardels bear
18/5/2019
11:28
FB - not a blue chip, but take a look at JIM for a consistent and quarterly dividend payer. Unfortunately, they've just gone XD.
steelwatch
18/5/2019
11:18
I said JOG on to myself when I read the cheerleading thread with no dissent allowed. Always worries me does that. I3E thread was the same.. OK, so AAZ div, what have you had so far this year? My wife holds a lot already and she's trying to decide where to put forty grand. She's made nowt on her funds (and she gets charges for holding them); now she wants to buy unloved high yielding Blue Chips and I don't like the look of anything on her list.. I think she should double up on AAZ and put the rest into JSE but my track record with her SIPP isn't very good. :o
fardels bear
18/5/2019
09:52
Good question, you know the next Divi due is the final divi of 4 cents don't you? The divi record is so short it's hard to second guess the amount for 2019. Fortunately AAZ and DGOC have compensated me somewhat for JOG. I said Jog on once about Jog and wish I had!
bountyhunter
18/5/2019
08:37
Bh: what div are you expecting to get from AAZ for the whole of 2019? Every source I look at comes with a different figure.
fardels bear
17/5/2019
13:40
Rained here. Still, not enough..
fardels bear
17/5/2019
12:14
Runner beans cheers that reminded me I need to water mine!
captainfatcat
17/5/2019
10:51
It's the runner beans we had to protect from rabbits..Geraniums took knock back with the cold weather couple of weeks ago when we were in lanza..All planted out now.
fardels bear
17/5/2019
10:42
Yes and HUR thanks :) Also pleased that I ditched SDX in December! JOG I should have completly avoided though although only a small investment there fortunately. How are the geraniums? Certainly they will be rabbit-proof 😉
bountyhunter
17/5/2019
09:53
You've done well on aaz recently too..
fardels bear
17/5/2019
09:43
Well the share price is up and down like a rabbit today! Just had to Google to remind myself of that movie where the pet rabbit had a very unhappy ending!
bountyhunter
17/5/2019
09:39
I can even now see a pair of buzzards floating above the copse in the field outside our kitchen windows.I've not seen a rabbit in the field for three years. Hares used to be common too. I haven't seen one of them for five years at least.Cuckoos, ten years at least. Plenty on ADVFN though. ;)
fardels bear
17/5/2019
09:33
Lots of rabbits still on the northern edge of London but then we don't have many buzzards or kites. Muntjac are everywhere and probably compete with rabbits for tasty shoots. Poor bunnies.
kinwah
17/5/2019
08:55
I don't think the buzzards help, Roger..
fardels bear
17/5/2019
08:25
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8129981/britains-entire-rabbit-population-is-at-risk-from-a-virus-which-can-kill-within-24-hours/ I don't think you can blame the buzzards FB.
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