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Naffman
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Euler wrote:
Sun Dec 13, 2020 8:58 am
Am I reading that correctly, he owns £180k of Trent yielding 0.5% or is that his 'market cap'
Pretty sure it means he has 17.8k shares in him for a total cost of 158.8k :shock:
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Euler wrote:
Sun Dec 13, 2020 8:58 am
Am I reading that correctly, he owns £180k of Trent yielding 0.5% or is that his 'market cap'
He owned £180k of TAA at that time. The £1k dividends would have been since he first bought shares in that player which is unknown so it can't be used to calculate a %.

TAA is currently £3.71 to buy and £3.36 to sell so if he still owns those share they are now worth less than £60k if he wanted to sell them.

Sancho is currently £4.77/£4.53 so that's another c.£100k+ loss.
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Spreads have increased to make people feel better about the creek they are currently in.
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Un fu*cking believable.
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ruthlessimon wrote:
Thu Dec 17, 2020 7:24 pm
https://www.celebdaq.co.uk/
Jesus christ :lol:
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I can't say for sure because I haven't checked but I would guess the same people are responsible for that as FI - if so it's clear that they have no intentions of sorting out FI, they're only interested in stuffing their own pockets. New CEO, new ideas :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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No legal entity listed on that site, worth steering very clear of that one.
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Seems like everyone was riding the portfolio growth gravy train, now it's all about the 'dividends' which are no way near enough for people to even get close to breaking even.

Looking at the order books too the people wanting to sell far outnumber buyers, but its 'manipulation' hardcore FI users say, erm no it's people wanting to gtfo.
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FI is in dire shape but it has one thing going for it which is customer base and by all accounts they seem very loyal. There is probably an opportunity to be had by someone with the right knowledge on how to take it forward. The current direction is heading downwards fast and that's been recognised by the change of the CEO. I wouldn't be suprised to see it get bought out & the original creators take on a new path, maybe something like shares in celebrities.
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