POLL BUY: Applied Graphene Materials v Braemar Shipping v Cineworld

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POLL BUY: Applied Graphene Materials v Braemar Shipping v Cineworld

Poll ended at Tue Jun 19, 2018 7:26 am

Applied Graphene Materials [AGM]
2
14%
Braemar Shipping [BMS]
3
21%
Cineworld [CINE]
9
64%
None of the above
0
No votes
 
Total votes : 14

Re: POLL BUY: Applied Graphene Materials v Braemar Shipping v Cineworld

Postby garindan » Wed Jun 13, 2018 1:58 pm

William Joseph1 wrote:
William Joseph1 wrote:Sounds to me as if there might be a question mark on the appetite for a riskier shares portfiolio.
I was ..... just pointing out what seems to me to be obvious.


I'm not so sure what you say is true, if I'm honest. What I do think it shows is members prefer what could be classed as the least risk share when presented with a choice.

For example:

If members did not want to buy riskier shares they could have voted none of the above in the first poll, but the vast majority didn't do that.

Medica won the first poll and was the least risky of the three (in my opinion).

The second poll saw Ocado pull ahead until we reset the intent - with Ocado being the least risky of all choices (in my opinion).

In the latest poll Cineworld is ahead but once again - this is the least risk share (in my opinion).
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Re: POLL BUY: Applied Graphene Materials v Braemar Shipping v Cineworld

Postby Derbiean » Wed Jun 13, 2018 3:18 pm

Thing is garindan the suggestions that have been put forward are classed as higher risk yet it seems you're suggesting they're not high risk enough however you don't seem to offer any kind of definition (nor does anyone else) criteria or however you want to phrase it, I admit i know little of the investment field so mostly I'm going in blind and reliant on tips from share.com (with the exception of Ocado) as I get no feedback from here beyond the "I'd like something more interesting".

So after this, I'm not inclined to waste any further time making suggestions.

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Re: POLL BUY: Applied Graphene Materials v Braemar Shipping v Cineworld

Postby garindan » Wed Jun 13, 2018 5:02 pm

Derbiean wrote:Thing is garindan the suggestions that have been put forward are classed as higher risk yet it seems you're suggesting they're not high risk enough however you don't seem to offer any kind of definition (nor does anyone else) criteria or however you want to phrase it, I admit i know little of the investment field so mostly I'm going in blind and reliant on tips from share.com (with the exception of Ocado) as I get no feedback from here beyond the "I'd like something more interesting".

So after this, I'm not inclined to waste any further time making suggestions.


Please don't feel that way - your suggestions are very welcome. However, we shouldn't really be looking at the FTSE 100/250/350 companies for a higher risk fund that is looking to make significant gains rather than income via dividends. The riskier markets and shares with much smaller market capitalisation is where the much bigger gains (and losses) members have expressed wishes to look for can be found.
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Re: POLL BUY: Applied Graphene Materials v Braemar Shipping v Cineworld

Postby an6ypan6y » Thu Jun 14, 2018 7:53 am

For me it's Cineworld - not very risky and a decent dividend but I can't see any underlying reason to go for the other 2.

AGM are not in profit and their revenue is teeny for a PLC and how many people have heard of their flagship customer Fenyr?

BMS look healthy and forward looking (employee share plan) but look like we missed the boat last month - maybe one to keep an eye on.
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Re: POLL BUY: Applied Graphene Materials v Braemar Shipping v Cineworld

Postby Derbiean » Thu Jun 14, 2018 3:27 pm

garindan wrote:
Derbiean wrote:Thing is garindan the suggestions that have been put forward are classed as higher risk yet it seems you're suggesting they're not high risk enough however you don't seem to offer any kind of definition (nor does anyone else) criteria or however you want to phrase it, I admit i know little of the investment field so mostly I'm going in blind and reliant on tips from share.com (with the exception of Ocado) as I get no feedback from here beyond the "I'd like something more interesting".

So after this, I'm not inclined to waste any further time making suggestions.


Please don't feel that way - your suggestions are very welcome. However, we shouldn't really be looking at the FTSE 100/250/350 companies for a higher risk fund that is looking to make significant gains rather than income via dividends. The riskier markets and shares with much smaller market capitalisation is where the much bigger gains (and losses) members have expressed wishes to look for can be found.


That is helpful thanks garindan, felt a bit frustrated yesterday, i'll take on onboard what you've put for next time :thumbup:

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Re: POLL BUY: Applied Graphene Materials v Braemar Shipping v Cineworld

Postby kevinchess1 » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:22 pm

It’s probably All academic anyway after our next purchase we won’t have the money to buy anything else
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Re: POLL BUY: Applied Graphene Materials v Braemar Shipping v Cineworld

Postby Thunderfog » Tue Jun 19, 2018 10:03 am

The poll has closed with 64%, 9 out of 14 (two votes not cast) in favour of Cineworld [CINE].

Treasurer, please execute the transaction in accordance with the terms and conditions as agreed by the imutual Cashback Investment Club.
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Re: POLL BUY: Applied Graphene Materials v Braemar Shipping v Cineworld

Postby richard@imutual » Tue Jun 19, 2018 11:46 am

How much are we investing?
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Re: POLL BUY: Applied Graphene Materials v Braemar Shipping v Cineworld

Postby garindan » Tue Jun 19, 2018 1:07 pm

richard@imutual wrote:How much are we investing?


£525
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Re: POLL BUY: Applied Graphene Materials v Braemar Shipping v Cineworld

Postby richard@imutual » Wed Jun 20, 2018 4:26 pm

Ok. I was too late for today but have placed an order to purchase £525 of Cineworld when the market opens tomorrow
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