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12 minutes ago, Dave_Og said:

But on the upside they may have saved staff from investing in falling markets... 

 

Markets have largely returned. They’ve lost out due to the effect of pound cost averaging. Bugger. 

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9 minutes ago, kowenicki said:

 

Markets have largely returned. They’ve lost out due to the effect of pound cost averaging. Bugger. 

Or pound cost ravaging as sometimes referred to. Or, euphemistically, sequencing risk. 

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30 minutes ago, kowenicki said:

 

Markets have largely returned. They’ve lost out due to the effect of pound cost averaging. Bugger. 

Anyone care to explain this in layman's terms? I think I can guess but that's a guess. 

 

I'm aware of the irony involved here before anyone else comments. 

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15 minutes ago, rudemedic said:

Anyone care to explain this in layman's terms? I think I can guess but that's a guess. 

 

I'm aware of the irony involved here before anyone else comments. 

If you invest monthly as would naturally be the case in a pension then market falls can be advantageous to you as some investments will be made at a low point.  Over the latter stages of 2018 markets fell quite sharply so not being able to invest at that point would be disadvantageous now that they have bounced back,

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20 hours ago, singe said:

As at 30 june 207, the Creditors stood at £9.3m, however it moved from a current liability less than a year to >1 year creditor. Strong suggestion a formal arrangement was made. Possibly as per the previous statements not going to be repaid until we reach the Premier League or some other arrangment

 

A debt from 1,812 years ago would have accumulated quite a bit of interest Singe.😞

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6 minutes ago, BP1960 said:

 

A debt from 1,812 years ago would have accumulated quite a bit of interest Singe.😞

Ha!

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Plus, we don't know the outcome of the HMRC raid, AL may be holding back on further investment until he knows how much it might cost him. They are taking a hell of a long time to give their judgement.

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4 hours ago, kowenicki said:

 

Markets have largely returned. They’ve lost out due to the effect of pound cost averaging. Bugger. 

The markets are back to decent highs but how long that lasts is any ones guess, I've stopped any more Investment until we have some clarity on how Brexit will pan out but it's a long term game of ups and downs, bull to bear and back again, safe in the knowledge that most money in circulation has at some stage gone through the London Stock Exchange.

Keep saving for your pension 👍

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13 minutes ago, OLDHAMADE said:

The markets are back to decent highs but how long that lasts is any ones guess, I've stopped any more Investment until we have some clarity on how Brexit will pan out but it's a long term game of ups and downs, bull to bear and back again, safe in the knowledge that most money in circulation has at some stage gone through the London Stock Exchange.

Keep saving for your pension 👍

 

It’s more US interest rates and China v US than Brexit.  Far more actually. 

 

 

 

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18 minutes ago, kowenicki said:

 

It’s more US interest rates and China v US than Brexit.  Far more actually. 

 

 

 

Indeed.  The UK is about 8% of quoted markets and a lot of that is in companies whose connection to the UK is nominal

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18 minutes ago, kowenicki said:

 

It’s more US interest rates and China v US than Brexit.  Far more actually. 

 

 

 

Not when you have 10k wiped off your portfolio's value in a single day it ain't 

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10 minutes ago, OLDHAMADE said:

Not when you have 10k wiped off your portfolio's value in a single day it ain't 

 

In Dec or Jan? That wasn’t because of Brexit. 

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3 minutes ago, kowenicki said:

 

In Dec or Jan? That wasn’t because of Brexit. 

According to BBC and all TV news it's always because of Brexit, and then at the end of the report they grudgingly admit very briefly that Brexit isn't the only reason. Like the Jaguar, Land Rover debacle. Very few diesel cars are being bought now, yet that's the majority of cars they were  making, plus the Chinese aren't spending as much as they were. 

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11 minutes ago, kowenicki said:

 

In Dec or Jan? That wasn’t because of Brexit. 

I'm talking about the day leave was announced, we've had an eleven year Bull market and there's going to be a massive correction soon.

losses and gains of 2 to 3k a day are the norm when you have large Investments but the uncertainty over Brexit has been far more damaging and I've been trading some of my stocks for thirty years.

 

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24 minutes ago, simplythemostimportantkick said:

FFS. Politics again ? Amd on matchday ? Have a day off fellas. Please. 

Sorry, couldn't resist, Latics will win tonight.

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26 minutes ago, simplythemostimportantkick said:

FFS. Politics again ? Amd on matchday ? Have a day off fellas. Please. 

Simply answering a question put infront of me, back to the main issue like you said

 

Latics win by 4-1

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51 minutes ago, al_bro said:

Sorry, couldn't resist, Latics will win tonight.

 

49 minutes ago, OLDHAMADE said:

Simply answering a question put infront of me, back to the main issue like you said

 

Latics win by 4-1

I’ve got Brexit to score first and 3-0

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4 minutes ago, simplythemostimportantkick said:

 

I’ve got Brexit to score first and 3-0

Damn, forgot about ZOKO

Bloody menace from old

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3 hours ago, OLDHAMADE said:

Simply answering a question put infront of me, back to the main issue like you said

 

Latics win by 4-1

Well done that man!!!

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4 hours ago, OLDHAMADE said:

Simply answering a question put infront of me, back to the main issue like you said

 

Latics win by 4-1

Before @lookersstandandy jumps in with Prediction skills like that perhaps you should get involved with the Prediction League next season. 

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10 hours ago, Dave_Og said:

If you invest monthly as would naturally be the case in a pension then market falls can be advantageous to you as some investments will be made at a low point.  Over the latter stages of 2018 markets fell quite sharply so not being able to invest at that point would be disadvantageous now that they have bounced back,

Cheers (You would have gotten an upboat as well but c'est la vie). 

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