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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterscot View Post
    In a way that has happened hasn't it? Pandemic, many many people lost their jobs, future prospects are bleak, debt to our eyeballs - bydid we reset to zero? No - in fact some stocks have had their best year ever.
    Bengo4.com

    I’ve never heard of them, why would I?

    But, some very smart people concluded that a company which specialises in digital document signatures(legal profession) might do well in a global pandemic where people can’t meet face to face.

    Proper investors.

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    Markets love a bit of drama.

    I’ve been looking at the technicals, and have concluded that the..ermm black cygnet ermm thingy of Trump getting covid will see the European and US markets drop, whilst the Chinese Market will rise as the Wuhan guys finally nailed their man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BABABlackSheep View Post
    Markets love a bit of drama.

    I’ve been looking at the technicals, and have concluded that the..ermm black swan ermm thingy of Trump getting covid will see the European and US markets drop, whilst the Chinese Market will rise a bit as the Wuhan guys finally nailed their man.

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    Let's see a chart where it shows "look, see this double saucepan lid, that is where Trump dies of Covid-19" (before the event)
    You above all people should know probabilisitic analysis is a stochastic process of independent of deterministic variables subject to constant change....

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    I made 55% on my AYM yesterday. EUA are still looking good as they head towards their sale. GGP need to sort their act out but I see them rocketing again in the not too distant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by _V_ View Post
    Let's see a chart where it shows "look, see this double saucepan lid, that is where Trump dies of Covid-19" (before the event)
    I edited my post after concluding it didn’t warrant a full grown swan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zigenare View Post
    I made 55% on my AYM yesterday. EUA are still looking good as they head towards their sale. GGP need to sort their act out but I see them rocketing again in the not too distant.
    The problem with picking shares is you make profit in one share and give it all up in another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy2 View Post
    The problem with picking shares is you make profit in one share and give it all up in another.
    YMMV.
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    Investing this time in another FTSE company as well as Lloyds.

    This trade is technical and you know what... an investment too. Will leave this open for a year or two without a sweat. Pearson are well placed to take advantage of education by remote.

    Pearson PLC. £20k - Whorty have you got that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterscot View Post
    Pearson are well placed to take advantage of education by remote.
    This is a fundamental.

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    Guys

    As longer term (2+ years) investments, what is your view on IAG and BP? Both are at multi-year lows but these are otherwise big organisations and I can't imagine them disappearing off the planet. IAG is likely to survive even if it means getting state support - eventually people will start flying again. BP can't be going anywhere - renewable energy won't change the world for a long time yet.

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