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Old 26-08-2016, 10:02 PM   #601
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A few years back I took a £5500k punt on Sirius Minerals SXX took a while to get gains from the but now I am 125% up, with more to come as the mine will be started to be constructed next month.
Me too.

6 of us in my office have done a fair few thou into sxx.l !!

One of my clients put £50k of his sip into them too
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Me too.

6 of us in my office have done a fair few thou into sxx.l !!

One of my clients put £50k of his sip into them too
What price did he get them at to invest £50k, the issues will come in a few years time will be trying to get round the capital gains tax when wanting the money.
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Old 30-08-2016, 03:03 PM   #603
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Me too.

6 of us in my office have done a fair few thou into sxx.l !!

One of my clients put £50k of his sip into them too
Will have a read up on these later.

What sort of SP did you get in at?

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Old 01-09-2016, 10:03 AM   #604
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Will have a read up on these later.

What sort of SP did you get in at?
I bought 27855 @19p currently 100% up was only last week I was 150% cant really do much till the mine starts producing a few years down the line, seems to me that they will be hovering around the 40p mark
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Old 13-09-2016, 11:50 AM   #605
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Dipped into CNEL today at a price of 1.275.

Not looking for the long term here but should be quick gains in & out.
Sold out today @ 1.82 - think this has still got legs on it and will climb a lot higher over the next few months but need new tyres on the car so needs must.
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Could nintendo be one to watch off the back of the nes???

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Sorry for late reply.

Client got in about 14 pence. He loves it!!
He reckons that Sirius will be subject to a takeover bid and a sp valuation of about a £1 by the new year.

I got in at 33.35.

Also got in on CNEL at 1.40 and apparently their is tasty news on the sunbird project.

Also I was in tlou.l for a bit too.

Trouble is the AIM is so unregulated a lot of the stocks are volitile as hell!!
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Mayan (MYN) looks very interesting. Been reading up a lot the last few nights and haven't taken a position yet...But doing some maths now to work out a good entry price. Deffo worth researching IMO
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Shares is something I'd quite like to consider investing in but have no idea where to start and what to look for.
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Shares is something I'd quite like to consider investing in but have no idea where to start and what to look for.
Buy a book called the Naked Trader (basic but very insightful), watch as many Youtube related seminars and lectures on investing/trading as you can find and then finally I would say setup a, "dummy"/play account on a real investing website (for example x-o.co.uk). This will allow you to buy stocks at actual live prices and monitor them over period of weeks/months to get a good feel for the highs and lows of share dealing. All of the real features but protecting your pocket until you are ready to go with real money.

Be vigilant, so many people buy in a hurry and make costly mistakes. It's easy to get carried away with gossip and "hot" tips. The stock market isn't going anywhere, better to study it for a few months then invest in my opinion.

To quote Benjamin Franklin - “An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.” These are words to live by and that approach will save you a lot of cash and heartache in the long run
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