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