How our shares performed last week

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Re: How our shares performed last week

Post by kevinchess1 » Sat Nov 03, 2018 9:51 pm

far be it for me to tell you what to do
BUT
Cineworld is £100ish up
Maybe sell and buy something else?
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Re: How our shares performed last week

Post by AAAlphaThunder » Sun Nov 04, 2018 6:02 pm

kevinchess1 wrote:far be it for me to tell you what to do
BUT
Cineworld is £100ish up
Maybe sell and buy something else?
A sensible plan. Anyone else agree?
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Re: How our shares performed last week

Post by pieman » Sun Nov 04, 2018 6:50 pm

Maybe good plan
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Re: How our shares performed last week

Post by Derbiean » Sun Nov 04, 2018 7:41 pm

kevinchess1 wrote:far be it for me to tell you what to do
BUT
Cineworld is £100ish up
Maybe sell and buy something else?
I agree :thumbup:
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Re: How our shares performed last week

Post by kevinchess1 » Sun Nov 04, 2018 9:35 pm

Then somone needs to propose and get 2 backers and set up a vote
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Re: How our shares performed last week

Post by Beachboy » Fri Nov 09, 2018 8:27 am

parchedpeas wrote:
AAAlphaThunder wrote:Anyone know why United Utilities has risen?
Lots of rain?
Lots of rain may well have helped after the terrible summer UU had with its reservoirs/hose pipe bans etc. Also doing a little bit of background reading about our holdings in various share forums the chatter around that time was that there was a feeling that Jeremy Corbyn's chances of being Prime Minister had reduced. I assume that this is then linked to the feeling that a JC Labour government would have been more likely to try and nationalise or at least place much tighter restrictions on utility companies.
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Re: How our shares performed last week

Post by garindan » Fri Nov 09, 2018 8:42 am

Beachboy wrote:
parchedpeas wrote:
AAAlphaThunder wrote:Anyone know why United Utilities has risen?
Lots of rain?
Lots of rain may well have helped after the terrible summer UU had with its reservoirs/hose pipe bans etc. Also doing a little bit of background reading about our holdings in various share forums the chatter around that time was that there was a feeling that Jeremy Corbyn's chances of being Prime Minister had reduced. I assume that this is then linked to the feeling that a JC Labour government would have been more likely to try and nationalise or at least place much tighter restrictions on utility companies.
I'm sure the prospects of a Labour government's policies is affecting the share price.
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How our shares performed last week

Post by richard@imutual » Sat Nov 10, 2018 7:47 am

The performance of our investments during the week ending 9th November was as follows:


Aviva rose 1.7p to £4.34, a gain of 0.4%
Originally bought 117 at £5.12 on 6 Nov 2017

Cineworld Group fell 11.2p to £2.97, a loss of 3.6%
Originally bought 200 at £2.62 on 21 Jun 2018

GlaxoSmithKline rose 90.4p to £15.70, a gain of 6.1%
Originally bought 38 at £15.53 on 4 Nov 2016

Greene King rose 2.3p to £5, a gain of 0.5%
Originally bought 80 at £7.88 on 30 Jun 2016
Then bought a further 103 at £6.78 on 9 Mar 2017

ITV fell 5.15p to £1.51, a loss of 3.3%
Originally bought 246 at £2.52 on 28 Aug 2015

Medica Group fell 2.4p to £1.41, a loss of 1.7%
Originally bought 442 at £1.36 on 10 Oct 2018

United Utilities rose 39.4p to £7.72, a gain of 5.4%
Originally bought 60 at £9.56 on 26 Feb 2015
Then bought a further 66 at £8.96 on 16 Nov 2016

Vodafone fell 6.6p to £1.44, a loss of 4.4%
Originally bought 273 at £2.20 on 8 Nov 2017

Share plc stayed unchanged at 25.5p
Originally bought 500 at 40.7p on 8 Oct 2014

The FTSE 100 index rose 12 points to 7106 points, a gain of 0.2%


The FTSE 350 index fell 3 points to 3952 points, a loss of 0.1%


The total value of our investments rose £26.50 to £5099.60, a gain of 0.5%


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How our shares performed last week

Post by richard@imutual » Sat Nov 17, 2018 7:47 am

The performance of our investments during the week ending 16th November was as follows:


Aviva fell 18.9p to £4.15, a loss of 4.4%
Originally bought 117 at £5.12 on 6 Nov 2017

Cineworld Group fell 12.4p to £2.84, a loss of 4.2%
Originally bought 200 at £2.62 on 21 Jun 2018

GlaxoSmithKline fell 8.4p to £15.62, a loss of 0.5%
Originally bought 38 at £15.53 on 4 Nov 2016

Greene King fell 3.9p to £4.96, a loss of 0.8%
Originally bought 80 at £7.88 on 30 Jun 2016
Then bought a further 103 at £6.78 on 9 Mar 2017

ITV fell 3.8p to £1.47, a loss of 2.5%
Originally bought 246 at £2.52 on 28 Aug 2015

Medica Group rose 4p to £1.45, a gain of 2.8%
Originally bought 442 at £1.36 on 10 Oct 2018

United Utilities fell 33.8p to £7.38, a loss of 4.4%
Originally bought 60 at £9.56 on 26 Feb 2015
Then bought a further 66 at £8.96 on 16 Nov 2016

Vodafone rose 9.48p to £1.53, a gain of 6.6%
Originally bought 273 at £2.20 on 8 Nov 2017

Share plc fell 0.25p to 25.25p, a loss of 1%
Originally bought 500 at 40.7p on 8 Oct 2014

The FTSE 100 index fell 92 points to 7014 points, a loss of 1.3%


The FTSE 350 index fell 60 points to 3892 points, a loss of 1.5%


The total value of our investments fell £66.87 to £5032.73, a loss of 1.3%


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How our shares performed last week

Post by richard@imutual » Sat Nov 24, 2018 7:48 am

The performance of our investments during the week ending 23rd November was as follows:


Aviva fell 5.5p to £4.09, a loss of 1.3%
Originally bought 117 at £5.12 on 6 Nov 2017

Cineworld Group fell 16p to £2.68, a loss of 5.6%
Originally bought 200 at £2.62 on 21 Jun 2018

GlaxoSmithKline rose 20p to £15.82, a gain of 1.3%
Originally bought 38 at £15.53 on 4 Nov 2016

Greene King rose 15.5p to £5.12, a gain of 3.1%
Originally bought 80 at £7.88 on 30 Jun 2016
Then bought a further 103 at £6.78 on 9 Mar 2017

ITV rose 3.4p to £1.50, a gain of 2.3%
Originally bought 246 at £2.52 on 28 Aug 2015

Medica Group fell 5.2p to £1.40, a loss of 3.6%
Originally bought 442 at £1.36 on 10 Oct 2018

United Utilities rose 45.6p to £7.84, a gain of 6.2%
Originally bought 60 at £9.56 on 26 Feb 2015
Then bought a further 66 at £8.96 on 16 Nov 2016

Vodafone rose 1.72p to £1.55, a gain of 1.1%
Originally bought 273 at £2.20 on 8 Nov 2017

Share plc stayed unchanged at 25.25p
Originally bought 500 at 40.7p on 8 Oct 2014

The FTSE 100 index fell 62 points to 6953 points, a loss of 0.9%


The FTSE 350 index fell 31 points to 3862 points, a loss of 0.8%


The total value of our investments rose £45.06 to £5077.79, a gain of 0.9%


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