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Just binning the last of the MoneyWeek pile from 26th March 2010.

Looked at the "Five bombed-out retail shares to snap up" article for fun and checked the five, er, tips.

1. Game (GMG) - was 97p, now a bargain at 62.35p

2. HMV - was 78p, now even better value at 54.5p

3. N Brown (BWNG) - was 220p now 254.90p

4. Home Retail (HOME) - was 275p, now only 215.30p

5. JJB - was 19.5p, now a threadbare only 12.50p

Remember why I cancelled my sub now . laugh.gif

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Just binning the last of the MoneyWeek pile from 26th March 2010.

Looked at the "Five bombed-out retail shares to snap up" article for fun and checked the five, er, tips.

1. Game (GMG) - was 97p, now a bargain at 62.35p

2. HMV - was 78p, now even better value at 54.5p

3. N Brown (BWNG) - was 220p now 254.90p

4. Home Retail (HOME) - was 275p, now only 215.30p

5. JJB - was 19.5p, now a threadbare only 12.50p

Remember why I cancelled my sub now . laugh.gif

You're saying apples are oranges.

Calculate the % change for each share and then compare with the % change of the relevant index.

Has the FTSE dropped since 26th March? If so, has it dropped by more or less than these shares?

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You're saying apples are oranges.

Calculate the % change for each share and then compare with the % change of the relevant index.

Has the FTSE dropped since 26th March? If so, has it dropped by more or less than these shares?

Wrong, a shareholder also has the option of cashing in .

Comparing share performance only with other share performance is myopic.

Edited by happy_renting

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You're saying apples are oranges.

Calculate the % change for each share and then compare with the % change of the relevant index.

Has the FTSE dropped since 26th March? If so, has it dropped by more or less than these shares?

Their tips lost me money, but less than I would have lost on average, so that's OK! Where do I subscribe?

If at all, I would be comparing these stocks against the best performers in retail sector to see 'what I could have won!'

Short that 50p HMV share over the next few years, they must be on the decline.

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