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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sylvania Platinum Limited LSE:SLP London Ordinary Share BMG864081044 CMN SHS USD0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.00 1.48% 137.00 138.00 141.00 140.50 134.50 134.50 717,051 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 92.1 45.2 0.0 - 387

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21/1/2021
23:28
Yes, I know about bed and spouse, bed and isa a etc. None of these help with regular short timescale trades. They are useful for occasional sells and buys. I just can't see how the extra tax isn't too big a drag on profit for normal PI's.
goldry
21/1/2021
21:57
No I just pay the CGT
basem1
21/1/2021
21:51
Be careful what you wish for! nickwild 21 Jan '21 - 21:50 - 4336 of 4337 0 0 0 Goldry - do you have a wife?
freddie ferret
21/1/2021
21:50
Goldry - do you have a wife?
nickwild
21/1/2021
20:52
That should have been Intra day
goldry
21/1/2021
18:49
Is that in an ISA? If not how do you get round the CGT bed and breakfast rules? Just curious as I'd often like to trade Intranet day but they hold me back.
goldry
21/1/2021
18:45
I first bought SLP at around 15p and would have been much better holding and not trying to trade the swings. My problem is I always have the profit counted each day and do not like to see it reduce. Anyway I bought a third of my 116p sell ones back at 108.8 today
basem1
21/1/2021
18:41
Part of my problem Nick is research I just love researching new stocks. I have around 6 monitors set up varying from Current Trades, Long Term investments, Must buy list, Must buy reserve list and also a Strong buy listI don't really like owning more than a dozen stocks at any one time as they get hard to manage but have 19 at present with a further dozen on the must buy list
basem1
21/1/2021
14:23
Also, Q2 report expected by 31st Jan
mighunter
21/1/2021
13:55
for slp, this will hold / continue mainly for the following reasosn, most already been stated: 1. weaking dollar, and will get weaker 2. emmissions laws etc 3. plat demand and gold : plat catchup which could still happen 4. chronically undervalued as a company on any measure so this will not fall back anytime soon
martinfrench
21/1/2021
13:52
no perfect strategy that works all the time, capital preservation is mainly key, we have all had those shares that spike and do well beyond expectations and then fall back to nothing. for me, it depends on the situation / reason for the surge.
martinfrench
21/1/2021
13:16
Same here , trying to learn when to run winners etc.Bght at 17p 18p , panic sold half late 2018 , luckily bght back at 23p.I've top Sliced on the way up , but looking back , holding on would have been better. Not complaining tho , been my best performer.Avg 38pStill learningDbD :-)
death by donut
21/1/2021
11:54
My initial buy was helped/influenced by stockopedia as were subsequent top ups. Doesn't always work as I delayed buying ITM power because stockopedia data was weak and I missed out.
nickwild
21/1/2021
11:17
nick, the buy and sell decisions go out the bloody window if you can get something as high quality as SLP at 16p (and assumes you predicted the pgm boom / dollar falls) in decent volume. that is what it is ultimately about, i just trade around a share because firstly spikes give you easy windfalls, and secondly its a little competition with the mkt :-) if your slightly late to the party then buying in selling is ok to increase your holding.
martinfrench
21/1/2021
11:11
I bought in initially at 16p and have a large holding at average price of 20p. I have traded SLP very occasionally but mostly I buy and hold. This is now my 2nd biggest holding after IQE. Both doing very well. I am trying to understand and learn the reasons others make their buy and sell decisions. That is why I ask questions. I thank you for your responses. Nick
nickwild
21/1/2021
10:40
have been doing this since my slp entry at 37p, funnily enough i searched for slp in order to buy a Tissot watch on ebay (from £400 new to £120 second hand, dont buy new watches on ebay in case they are fake, but thats another discussion) as i like to earn my ebay buys, so was just playing around although slp are not really a day trading stock, it has actually been better than day trading cey, or mcro. The reason ? far more trustworthy and visible business, and as stoodio says, gives you opportunities galore. will buy back at 106 ( i hope). always need to find the gems for the future, have a few, but need more. missed out on JLP (due to poster on here rubbishing them a bit too much, wont make that mistake again) Also THS pretty much did exactly what slp are currently doing.
martinfrench
21/1/2021
10:31
nickwild - refer to martinfrenchs' post. Sums it up. SLP is a beautiful little soul, full of good deeds towards it's people, including PI's like us offering us opportunities to hop aboard the eventual £2.00p/s bang bus which I see happening sometime later this year :) £1.08? Nothing but SLP being kind to let us in a little lower. The £1.20 was obviously not sustainable, but it put any savvy investor who's been in SLP for over a decade, such as me, and understands the 'general' patterns in movement on the goodwill, wink wink notice :)
stoodio
21/1/2021
10:20
Had to take it off the monitor for a day or two when it carried on going up.
basem1
21/1/2021
10:19
I did the same Martin at 116 Was well overboughtCan't believe how people are asking why the pullback I'm buying back in 3 tranches to try and time it better
basem1
21/1/2021
10:17
Well said Martin, this did about 30% very quickly. Things generally don't go up in a straight line. I'm sure people will be looking to add to their holdings on pullbacks
doobz
21/1/2021
10:04
the only difficulty with slicing on the spike is how far the spike goes, i sold 25% (to be bought back) at 112 on the way up, a day early, but principle and technique was fine, just a day early i seriously didnt think slp would touch 120, and will prob settle in the 104-108 area
martinfrench
21/1/2021
09:53
oh come on, anyone seriously think here that the really sharp spike would continue and not consolidate ? slp has done this a lot, its to be expected, and doesnt reflect in the company in anyway, still superb. would need a daily rhodium increase of $1000 a day to hold that rise. just not really possible, its how MM make money you need to stack up on slp when it flatlines and slice into big rises.
martinfrench
21/1/2021
09:51
A pullback was always to be expected, just a case of where it stops: 107, 98 or lower? YMMV.
farnesbarnes
21/1/2021
09:45
studio - what do you think is explanation for pullback?
nickwild
21/1/2021
09:41
Had you down as a more knowledgable player than that kenny son!
stoodio
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