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BT shares on sale today £3.14 - 18% off yesterdays price!

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wow what a deal following the profit warning BT shares are now on offer at 18% off yesterdays closing price dividend is currently over 4% and BT have said they intend to increase this by 10% per yea… Read More
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3m, 4w agoPosted 3 months, 4 weeks ago
wow what a deal
following the profit warning BT shares are now on offer at 18% off yesterdays closing price
dividend is currently over 4% and BT have said they intend to increase this by 10% per year
Please note this is not financial advise! Do your own research or ask a financial adviser.

http://www.btplc.com/Sharesandperformance/Sharepricegraphs/Sharepricesummary/index.htm
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3m, 4w agoPosted 3 months, 4 weeks ago
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#1
Do you even know why their share price has fallen!?!?!?

Accounting irregularities in their italian business
#2
Hmm they also have a massive pension scheme liability.
[mod]#3
Moved to misc.
1 Like #4
Bought 6 for ebay thanks op
1 Like #5
stevemack
Do you even know why their share price has fallen!?!?!?

Accounting irregularities in their italian business


accounting irregularities in Italy, what a shocker!
#6
how to purchase shares?
#7
immy_ashraf
how to purchase shares?


online broker? Hargreaves Lansdowne? lots of info here...
http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/savings/cheap-online-sharedealing
#8
corruption in the EU wow that's news
Wonder how many others to follow?
#9
davewave
immy_ashraf
how to purchase shares?


online broker? Hargreaves Lansdowne? lots of info here...
http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/savings/cheap-online-sharedealing


thank you
#10
£3.12 now .. Glad I didn't buy at £3.14
#11
Now £3.11
1 Like #12
A complete lack of understanding of financial markets shown from the OP.
#13
I do understand a little about financial markets. Markets are far from perfect. It's usually the case that following bad news a share will fall further than it should and it is possible to buy and wait for a correction. The opposite is usually true too. Markets generally overshoot as people jump on the bandwagon in either direction.
Warren Buffet's famous quote is to be fearful when those around you are greedy and greedy when those around you are fearful.
There are no guarantees in life.
#14
I'll use BP as an example .After the deepwater horizon oil disaster the shares fell from 6.50 to 3.08, less than 4 months later they were at 5.00. This was a major disaster and the market overshot massively.
There are many examples like this, people are fearful and panic selling ensues.
#15
maybe another 18% tomorrow!!!
1 Like #16
dlm136
I'll use BP as an example .After the deepwater horizon oil disaster the shares fell from 6.50 to 3.08, less than 4 months later they were at 5.00. This was a major disaster and the market overshot massively.
There are many examples like this, people are fearful and panic selling ensues.
Yep Deutsche bank were €10.55 in oct 16 now €18.10 .. Nice earner if you have the bottle to jump in .
#17
Anyone jumped on yet? Still dropping?
#18
plodging
dlm136
I'll use BP as an example .After the deepwater horizon oil disaster the shares fell from 6.50 to 3.08, less than 4 months later they were at 5.00. This was a major disaster and the market overshot massively.
There are many examples like this, people are fearful and panic selling ensues.
Yep Deutsche bank were €10.55 in oct 16 now €18.10 .. Nice earner if you have the bottle to jump in .
Good example
Heres another: after the brexit result housebuilders all fell, look at them now
The difficulty is finding the bottom
#19
delusion
Anyone jumped on yet? Still dropping?

delusion
Anyone jumped on yet? Still dropping?
I am holding on to this weeks benefit payment until they drop to £3.00 .. Then I will pounce .
#20
dlm136
plodging
dlm136
I'll use BP as an example .After the deepwater horizon oil disaster the shares fell from 6.50 to 3.08, less than 4 months later they were at 5.00. This was a major disaster and the market overshot massively.
There are many examples like this, people are fearful and panic selling ensues.
Yep Deutsche bank were €10.55 in oct 16 now €18.10 .. Nice earner if you have the bottle to jump in .
Good example
Heres another: after the brexit result housebuilders all fell, look at them now
The difficulty is finding the bottom
Deutsche bank were never going to stay at €10 .. They were over €100 at one stage .. It's like you say .. Having the nerve to decide they have bottomed out.
#21
plodging
delusion
Anyone jumped on yet? Still dropping?
delusion
Anyone jumped on yet? Still dropping?
I am holding on to this weeks benefit payment until they drop to £3.00 .. Then I will pounce .

You're using your dole to play the stock market? Can I get some of your return in exchange for my taxes?
3 Likes #22
delboyd
plodging
delusion
Anyone jumped on yet? Still dropping?
delusion
Anyone jumped on yet? Still dropping?
I am holding on to this weeks benefit payment until they drop to £3.00 .. Then I will pounce .
You're using your dole to play the stock market? Can I get some of your return in exchange for my taxes?
Well it was either shares in BT or blow the lot in Wetherspoons .. :)
#23
plodging
delboyd
plodging
delusion
Anyone jumped on yet? Still dropping?
delusion
Anyone jumped on yet? Still dropping?
I am holding on to this weeks benefit payment until they drop to £3.00 .. Then I will pounce .
You're using your dole to play the stock market? Can I get some of your return in exchange for my taxes?
Well it was either shares in BT or blow the lot in Wetherspoons .. :)

Wow.
1 Like #24
delusion
Anyone jumped on yet? Still dropping?
http://www.meehan.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Dont-try-to-catch-a-falling-knife-300x200.jpg
#25
teh arn
delusion
Anyone jumped on yet? Still dropping?
http://www.meehan.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Dont-try-to-catch-a-falling-knife-300x200.jpg

Just curious, stock market not for me
#26
I thought rule #1 was to wait until price stabilises
#27
The rule is buy within 10% of the bottom, and sell within 10% of the top.
#28
Anyone have a time machine? Mining shares over the past year......... Bonkers! I could live with the machine just going back a month if a year is too far :)

Edited By: u664541 on Jan 24, 2017 18:35
#29
plodging
dlm136
plodging
dlm136
I'll use BP as an example .After the deepwater horizon oil disaster the shares fell from 6.50 to 3.08, less than 4 months later they were at 5.00. This was a major disaster and the market overshot massively.
There are many examples like this, people are fearful and panic selling ensues.
Yep Deutsche bank were €10.55 in oct 16 now €18.10 .. Nice earner if you have the bottle to jump in .
Good example
Heres another: after the brexit result housebuilders all fell, look at them now
The difficulty is finding the bottom
Deutsche bank were never going to stay at €10 .. They were over €100 at one stage .. It's like you say .. Having the nerve to decide they have bottomed out.
I once did this with Marconi.
That's three grand I never saw again :(
#30
May take a punt when they hit a pound a share.
#31
Nothing really exciting here https://uk.tradingview.com/x/MUnwyRVn/ , if we break the monthly bullish breaker at £3.05 then next target is £2.35. Keep an eye on monthly bearish order block at £3.43-3.55,
Good luck OP



Edited By: treble99 on Jan 24, 2017 20:20
#32
manicmidlander
Hmm they also have a massive pension scheme liability.
Every company should have a massive pension liability, that's how a massive 30% of our population is going to live. Otherwise the working 30% has to pay pension or welfare benefits for them as taxes.
#33
Syzable
Moved to misc.

This was actually posted in the deals section? Lol.

Single shares are very risky to hold unless you keep a close eye on the company's performance and trade actively. Not something to invest in if you want a passive investment strategy.
1 Like #34
Mutley turns up
https://media.giphy.com/media/2jhw6epOaueS4/giphy.gif
2 Likes #35
BT shares up to 321p today, if you'd have bought at the lowest point of 297p you'd have an 8% return pretty good for 3 weeks (unfortunately I pulled the trigger too early and paid 313 so only 2.5% but I'm sure more to come)
I don't like to say I told you so but....
I told you so!

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