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Old 29-11-2017, 03:25 PM   #641
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Yes, trading at 130p now and I reckon the upside could be larger
Yes I agree, some French outfit (Alto) have been buying and now own nearly 4%.

I don't have any other shares that I think might make serious money, it's worth mentioning that I invested £250 in the hotly tipped Max Petroleum and they went bust. Equally £250 in Amara mining (big gold reserve in Nigeria, what could possibly go wrong?) were bought out by Perseus whose shares have dropped so I'm just about breaking even. I've put a lot more in AFC and Immupharma as the investment case is more secure. Not every investment works out as you would hope!
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Old 29-11-2017, 04:03 PM   #642
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Yes I agree, some French outfit (Alto) have been buying and now own nearly 4%.

I don't have any other shares that I think might make serious money, it's worth mentioning that I invested £250 in the hotly tipped Max Petroleum and they went bust. Equally £250 in Amara mining (big gold reserve in Nigeria, what could possibly go wrong?) were bought out by Perseus whose shares have dropped so I'm just about breaking even. I've put a lot more in AFC and Immupharma as the investment case is more secure. Not every investment works out as you would hope!
Completely agree but there does appear to be safety in opinion on this particular company. I'm not counting any chickens though.
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Could be of interest longer term as part of a portfolio and if you consider what Tritax has done, it could be worth a punt.

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Interested in hearing what platforms you are all using to do this?
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Hargreaves Lansdowne and youinvest (aj bell) both have decent trading platforms there are loadsmore but I use those 2.
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Got into VELA recently, though not early enough. Up nearly 60% today alone.

Looking at another today but only researching
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Hi all

Can anyone with knowledge on share schemes give me a idiots version of what this "finance jargon" means.

I'm employed by TP and have shares through the share save scheme. I like to keep an eye on the current value and any on goings within the company regarding shares.

I can't understand what this means.

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Hi all

Can anyone with knowledge on share schemes give me a idiots version of what this "finance jargon" means.

I'm employed by TP and have shares through the share save scheme. I like to keep an eye on the current value and any on goings within the company regarding shares.

I can't understand what this means.
Your Chief Digital Officer sold some of her shares.
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I'm employed by TP and have shares through the share save scheme.
Anybody who has access to a sharesave scheme should max out as I did with HSBC, it really is about the only investment where you really cannot loose and the gains over a 3 or 5 year period are often very high.
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Anybody who has access to a sharesave scheme should max out as I did with HSBC, it really is about the only investment where you really cannot loose and the gains over a 3 or 5 year period are often very high.
Generally speaking yes you are right, however the share price with TP is struggling this year.

I took a share save out 2 year ago at a price of £16.16 (that's with 20% discount) however the share price has only been above that a handful of times all year.
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