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Granted - though we will need to discuss what composition the less risky fund should take and we may want to consider going back to the banking sector as part of a longer-term choice. Lloyds is bound to come into discussion if that's the case. ..but yes you are absolutely right that a new vote to buy shouldn't include Lloyds, so long as we want to pursue this suggested overall approach.kevinchess1 wrote:Not wanting to Muddy the waters bit if we press ahead with this then we won’t be buying Lloyds it’s not risky enough
Sorry I missed your post earlier today as a number came in quickly...pieman wrote:I like the idea of actually doing something ....
Not sure I fully understand the question as I don't know which pot you are talking about but this is how I see it working:pieman wrote:a) if we go for the trial period of a say a year - does this mean that any existing funds not currently invested and any new money is invested into this pot for that time period?
Yes this is the case, so as to offset some concerns of some members about going a bit too far into risk. There is £1300+ in cash available to invest in the riskier fund, so that should be plenty to get started. It represents just over approximately 1/5 of the total cashback investment received into the Club to date.pieman wrote:b) Does this then mean that the value our in our existing portfolio is 'locked' into the safe fund - and we can only use this to buy 'safe' shares ?
I have also been able to vote without any issues.Beachboy wrote:Yes can confirm am able to vote.garindan wrote:Is anyone able to vote on this tread? It is on the first page....
Ah - I thought I had done that - but alas it seems I sent the message to myself only and not the membership! Sorry!Thunderfog wrote:Maybe a good idea to PM CIC Members to inform them of an active poll?
Purely for the purpose of evaluation.garindan wrote:I see one member has voted against this but has not commented before or now about what they feel is a problem about it. If that member would share their views it would be most appreciated
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