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What do people think about Aston Martin? Down to like 65p. They've gone bust a few times but I like the turn around strategy from the new ceo. Can see them either going bust or being back at the £20 mark next year. Might be worth a punt for that kind of return

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1 hour ago, Benguin said:

What do people think about Aston Martin? Down to like 65p. They've gone bust a few times but I like the turn around strategy from the new ceo. Can see them either going bust or being back at the £20 mark next year. Might be worth a punt for that kind of return

Very volatile. It’s a risky option but returns could be good if like you say the new strategy works. I looked at it but didn’t have the bottle. I have however taken a similar (well less pricy) risk on M&S. They’ve dropped a bit from their normal price but can see them recovering when their non essential stores open on Monday. 

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Forgive me for probably being a bit thick here, but you have 3 prices. Price, current price and market value. Why is it when you sell you get the market value as opposed to to current price ?> 

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1 minute ago, jonthefox said:

Forgive me for probably being a bit thick here, but you have 3 prices. Price, current price and market value. Why is it when you sell you get the market value as opposed to to current price ?> 

Current price is not technically the current price but merely the price it was last traded for. 

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11 hours ago, Benguin said:

What do people think about Aston Martin? Down to like 65p. They've gone bust a few times but I like the turn around strategy from the new ceo. Can see them either going bust or being back at the £20 mark next year. Might be worth a punt for that kind of return

My 1.3 shares I bought yesterday and up 9p (10ish %) today. 

 

We're gonna be rich boys. :ph34r:

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1 hour ago, Innovindil said:

My 1.3 shares I bought yesterday and up 9p (10ish %) today. 

 

We're gonna be rich boys. :ph34r:

Nice. I ended up getting on it at 62p.just sold some when it reached 74p and keeping a few for the long term. Very speculative but worth a punt I think

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On 12/06/2020 at 10:58, Benguin said:

Current price is not technically the current price but merely the price it was last traded for. 

It's actually a valid point, not everybody understands it.

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2 hours ago, theodore3WP said:

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On 12/06/2020 at 11:51, Benguin said:

Nice. I ended up getting on it at 62p.just sold some when it reached 74p and keeping a few for the long term. Very speculative but worth a punt I think

Now it's 47p, so how much are you down?

 

Be careful of the second wave, its coming and will crush a few businesses along the way.

 

Put your stop losses on your shares, there are two options, end of day and GTC, Good Till Cancelled.

 

I always look at the year graph and see how much upside is left. I think the airlines, oil and leisure industries have the most potential, but don't get caught holding a company on shaky ground. Look at government backed companies.

 

We've had a bit of a down turn this last few weeks, so plenty to buy, but make sure you get out before the second wave.

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3 hours ago, simFox said:

Now it's 47p, so how much are you down?

 

Be careful of the second wave, its coming and will crush a few businesses along the way.

 

Put your stop losses on your shares, there are two options, end of day and GTC, Good Till Cancelled.

 

I always look at the year graph and see how much upside is left. I think the airlines, oil and leisure industries have the most potential, but don't get caught holding a company on shaky ground. Look at government backed companies.

 

We've had a bit of a down turn this last few weeks, so plenty to buy, but make sure you get out before the second wave.

Yeah I've closed all my positions now. There's definitley opportunity at the moment but just seems a wild gamble with the uncertainty so sticking to daily trackers for now. 

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Fundsmith has been a great fund over recent years.  Mainly consists of big American companies, but only small stakes in each so if any take a hit, it doesn’t hit the total fund too much.

It is often talked about in the Sunday Times as one that has performed very well.

I have moved my ISA’s into it and despite the crash, I am still 15% up over a 15 month period.

 

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2 hours ago, Rob1742 said:

Fundsmith has been a great fund over recent years.  Mainly consists of big American companies, but only small stakes in each so if any take a hit, it doesn’t hit the total fund too much.

It is often talked about in the Sunday Times as one that has performed very well.

I have moved my ISA’s into it and despite the crash, I am still 15% up over a 15 month period.

 

As far as ETF's go, Fundsmith is actually very very concentrated, it only holds 20-30 individual stocks at any one time.

 

Has been a great performer over the years though.

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17 minutes ago, martyn said:

As far as ETF's go, Fundsmith is actually very very concentrated, it only holds 20-30 individual stocks at any one time.

 

Has been a great performer over the years though.

What's the sweet number do you think? I've been looking at funds with 500 + individual stocks and I wonder if that is just way to diluted to make and returns. 

 

I guess it's as a simple as the more concentrated the bigger potential return but also the bigger risk. 

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1 hour ago, Benguin said:

What's the sweet number do you think? I've been looking at funds with 500 + individual stocks and I wonder if that is just way to diluted to make and returns. 

 

I guess it's as a simple as the more concentrated the bigger potential return but also the bigger risk. 

I couldn't say really. I only use funds now to overweight in certain areas (small cap, tech, green energy), and use Index Trackers for the core of my portfolio.

 

If i was going down an all fund route, I'd probably figure out my preferred asset allocation look for conviction managers like Terry Smith at Fundsmith. else you may as well just go with a tracker imo.

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Better day today. First for a while.

 

My 4 stocks (bought a what I thought was rock bottom in April) have 'rallied' to a collective 15% down (from a disastrous 28% dip)

 

Plus, I plonked some cash with the  professionals - 2 managed funds plus  a ftse250 tracker- who are (unsurprisingly) doing better than me. Aggregated 6% up on them 3. 

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How much do you have to invest with the professionals for them to be interested? I've no inclination of doing this myself, but it's pretty pointless having an savings rate isa atm

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Recession being announced today meaning the markets will inevitably drop, be a good time to start researching, can see some lows coming!

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9 hours ago, Fktf said:

How much do you have to invest with the professionals for them to be interested? I've no inclination of doing this myself, but it's pretty pointless having an savings rate isa atm

I use Wealthify. Really simple, can set up a direct debit, so you just put a side a bit each month and they do all the investing for you. You can start with £10. Stocks have largely been battered since joining but My plan is still in profit. 

 

heres a link (if you use it and invest 500 for at least 3 months we both get 25 https://invest.wealthify.com/refer/68296856

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Just quadrupled my monthly pension contributions. Might as well...

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10 hours ago, Fktf said:

How much do you have to invest with the professionals for them to be interested? I've no inclination of doing this myself, but it's pretty pointless having an savings rate isa atm

When I said professionals managing a fund, it's just an ISA account I set up with Hargreaves Lansdown as the portal (the broker effectively) 

 

So yeah, just transferred savi GS cash to my Hargreaves Lansdown account and you pick and choose your funds or shares from their list. 

 

I actually found it quite interesting to research the professional managed funds, their CV, ethos, strategy and sectors

 

I don't think there was a minimum. Maybe 100 quid. Perhaps not worth it though if less than a grand as you get charged abroker fee by Hargreaves for doing the deal (about 12 quid a transaction)

 

 

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3 hours ago, Ollie93 said:

Recession being announced today meaning the markets will inevitably drop, be a good time to start researching, can see some lows coming!

 

it was expected so already factored in

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