WHO Poll
Q: 2022/23 Moyes In or Moyes Out
Moyes In
16%
  
Moyes Out
84%
  



JLAP 5:58 Fri Feb 28
Buying the Stock Dip?
Now or hold out?

Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

ted fenton 3:00 Thu Mar 19
Re: Buying the Stock Dip?
defjam 2:58 Thu Mar 19


Hahaha :-)

defjam 2:58 Thu Mar 19
Re: Buying the Stock Dip?
Not doing anything till gaaaarlic bread gives it the nod!

Turpinator 2:55 Thu Mar 19
Re: Buying the Stock Dip?
I have just gone through the ftse 100 and only 6 stocks have support levels below their current price. The way I do things it will take at least 6 weeks for any of the 94 to form support based on their own momentum.

Llyods 22p price now 32
Scottish and Southern Energy 998p Price now 1124
Standard Chartered 374p Price now 469
Unilever 3905p price now 4136
United Utilities 744p price now 898
Reckitt Benckiser 5510p Price now 6246

Note that 4 of them are defensive stocks

WHU(Exeter) 1:54 Thu Mar 19
Re: Buying the Stock Dip?
BUY - favipiravir
BUY - Wetherspoons
BUY - Andrex

SELL - Viagogo

DukeofDevo 1:48 Thu Mar 19
Re: Buying the Stock Dip?
ted fenton 1:25 Thu Mar 19

The drop in Barclays has slowed considerably going to buy soon! Haven’t been this low since the crash!

China trying to destroy the wests economies SOROS making another killing! Pick your conspiracy theory!

Kodi a must for self isolationists!

Golden Oldie 1:27 Thu Mar 19
Re: Buying the Stock Dip?
This imminent crash darby that you can't imagine happening, soon bog roll will be of more monetary value than pound notes

ted fenton 1:25 Thu Mar 19
Re: Buying the Stock Dip?
Cheers Darby

I see Barclays are down another 9% at 76p !!!

Darby_ 8:54 Thu Mar 19
Re: Buying the Stock Dip?
Ted, the big banks are a safe long term bet because the government will not let them go broke. If the big banks go broke, there will be another Great Depression. It just won't happen.

However, remember that the price of even safe assets like the big banks could go down for years, so don't invest unless you don't need the money for months or years.

Remember everyone to keep enough cash for emergencies. Don't tie it all up.

w4hammer 12:54 Thu Mar 19
Re: Buying the Stock Dip?
my wife's neices husband works as a manager in waitrose in sussex- says they generally take 50K a day on their busiest christmas eve with all the high value turkey. champagne salmon and all sorts- they did 55k yesterday basically restocking shelves with " pasta and tinned shit - anything we had went out the door " quote unquote

lump on the supermarkets!

ted fenton 11:25 Wed Mar 18
Re: Buying the Stock Dip?
Barclays at 81p is a must.

Mike Oxsaw 10:46 Wed Mar 18
Re: Buying the Stock Dip?
I guess the real sign will be when bank branches don't open and ATMs stop working. They'll need to stop people sucking cash out of the system.

Sydney_Iron 10:37 Wed Mar 18
Re: Buying the Stock Dip?
The ratings agencies are downgrading bonds of companies all around the world, what used to be investment grade debt in many case is becoming junk which is adding to the already bloated high-yield bond market in the US and Europe.

Whilst coronavirus may be the trigger, corporate debt will surely be the catalyst if monetary policy fails to prevent a global collapse of the financial system. Interesting times.

Are central banks up to the task?

Turpinator 11:25 Tue Mar 17
Re: Buying the Stock Dip?
Etf's DIG IEO XES XOP have exposure to Oil and Gas and Gas hasn't dropped much at all. So far on all of them, whilst oversold, they can stay that way for some time. I have no sign of a low yet in them, as they have to build support based on their own momentum.

On oil itself the point of most time and price in the move from the 1996 low to the all time highs is at $26.90 and has held so far on a closing basis. That is an important reference point along with 22.85.

Mike Oxsaw 10:26 Tue Mar 17
Re: Buying the Stock Dip?
"interesting tips" is not a pairing of words that happens that often on WHO.

Turpinator 10:22 Tue Mar 17
Re: Buying the Stock Dip?
That tech ETF IYW went into that zone at 184 to 177 yesterday. Tech has led the market on the way up and somewhat bizarrely, in this climate can be classed as a defensive play

Sydney_Iron 10:11 Tue Mar 17
Re: Buying the Stock Dip?
Oil stocks are worth a look IMO, double whammy of the Virus and the Saudis Flooding the market, so much so they may have shot themselves in the foot!

Recover the oil price will and with some key stocks at 15 year lows, they are well worth a punt.

hammer205 10:01 Tue Mar 17
Re: Buying the Stock Dip?
Some interesting tips here

Turpinator 9:49 Tue Mar 17
Re: Buying the Stock Dip?
Tesco's accounting scandal a few years ago got price down to 190 which is a big level

lowermarshhammer 9:48 Tue Mar 17
Re: Buying the Stock Dip?
I reckon the FTSE will go as low as 3500 at some point in the next year and maybe even below 3000 briefly on a week when a few have jumped out the window.

I'll be stuck a few grand in on a FTSE 100 tracker at 3500 and that should keep me in beer and bog roll for a few retirement years down the track from this lunacy.

goose 9:28 Tue Mar 17
Re: Buying the Stock Dip?
I’m tempted to buy Tesco shares as well, this is like a second Xmas for them.

goose 9:22 Tue Mar 17
Re: Buying the Stock Dip?
They were bragging about their £9bn cash reserves yesterday.

Not a good idea then?

Page 1 - Next




Copyright 2006 WHO.NET | Powered by: