Just a note - this also includes funds not available for investment, as the membership process has not been completed to release them.richard@imutual wrote:Our current cash holdings consist of £536.44 held in our Co-op bank account, + a further £60.05 held in our Share Centre dealing account.
Garindan has posted that he won't start a poll until funds are availableunderdog wrote:Purely on the basis of mathematics, based upon the data aforementioned we, the imutual Cashback Investment Club should engage in discussion upon our next investment.
....and we have agreed some preferred options.kevinchess1 wrote:Garindan has posted that he won't start a poll until funds are available
You have bucket loads of elbow grease as you certainly put in some hard work on our behalf.garindan wrote:Out of personal interest I did a bit more number crunching for some club facts, which you might also find interesting:
- total share costs (after purchases, sales, stamp and commission fees) -£3201.24
- current share value (as of 10:39 on 07/06/2016) +£3145.34
So based on just the purchase price and current values we are down ~£55 but this includes the SHRE shares that account for £68 of negative.
The above does not include the dividends received and they total as follows:
- total dividends +£134.18
The above does not include the Share.com subscription, which has cost:
- share.com subs -£28.80
Taking all the above into account it shows we have the following current standing so far as a Club:
- currently +£49.48
Rich's current investments report shows roughly the same stats but in more broken down detail and not including the subs costs. I thought this might be helpful as a quick and simple overview
I can confirm that I am in profit and have been in profit for some time now.richard@imutual wrote:According to my stats, 13 out of our 17 members are showing a profit on their investments, and the losses of the other 4 are tiny (the largest is -£1.52). Hopefully, another good month should see us all into profit