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Perfect Time To Buy Rbs?

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Buying a stock that's in a long downward trend towards 0p? Yes that's a good idea.
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Serious question as I trade here in the US. Generally you can't short anything under $5. What's the limit (if there is one) in the UK? If there isn't one then pile in on RBS IMHO. It's going to zilch. Unless that Allen Sandford comes to the rescue with a merger.

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nationalised = worthless, not nationalised = worth a lot more than they are now. Hope this helps. :)

Thats the quandary. The thing is, no matter how inept I think the Government is, they prove me wrong with being even more inept!

Doc

Serious question as I trade here in the US. Generally you can't short anything under $5. What's the limit (if there is one) in the UK? If there isn't one then pile in on RBS IMHO. It's going to zilch. Unless that Allen Sandford comes to the rescue with a merger.

Its already up 125% on a month ago. How much would that have cost you going short so far?

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Doc

Serious question as I trade here in the US. Generally you can't short anything under $5. What's the limit (if there is one) in the UK? If there isn't one then pile in on RBS IMHO. It's going to zilch. Unless that Allen Sandford comes to the rescue with a merger.

I own 5000 of these little suckers and they aint getting the big N. I will still be holding them in 12 months time and possibly even more depending on FR on 26th of this month.

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  • 317 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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