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Rightmove Down Over 20% Today

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RIGHTMOVE (LSE:RMV.L) Edit

Last Trade: 285.00 p

Trade Time: 8:30AM

Change: Down 67.00 (19.03%)

Prev Close: 352.00

Open: 280.00

Bid: 282.25

Ask: 287.00

1y Target Est: 425.00

What no HIPS! :lol::lol::lol:

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But you know they'll go back up again. Good buying opportunity.

The market is suggesting buying Lebanon stocks today (seriously) because the war makes an ideal buying opportunity. Sounds like the dot.com era: buy when a company is making the most loses because everything goes up.

Its baaaaaaack. :o

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RIGHTMOVE (LSE:RMV.L) Edit

Last Trade: 285.00 p

Trade Time: 8:30AM

Change: Down 67.00 (19.03%)

Prev Close: 352.00

Open: 280.00

Bid: 282.25

Ask: 287.00

1y Target Est: 425.00

What no HIPS! :lol::lol::lol:

Stockmarket prices, like house prices, are just a matter of opinion, aren't they.

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The market is suggesting buying Lebanon stocks today (seriously) because the war makes an ideal buying opportunity. Sounds like the dot.com era: buy when a company is making the most loses because everything goes up.

Its baaaaaaack. :o

Not sure what you are saying. You would have made a lot of money if you had bought in straight after Iraq kicked off.

It is nothing like the dot com era of prolonged exuberance over stocks with no substance. It is just taking advantage of the fact that the market always overshoots.

Would you bet that RightMove won't have recovered half of that loss within a month's time?

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RIGHTMOVE (LSE:RMV.L) Edit

Last Trade: 285.00 p

Trade Time: 8:30AM

Change: Down 67.00 (19.03%)

Prev Close: 352.00

Open: 280.00

Bid: 282.25

Ask: 287.00

1y Target Est: 425.00

What no HIPS! :lol::lol::lol:

Rightmove told a country that house prices were rocketing and this was heard by a city who know exactly what is happening.

These are not childish fools caught in their first speculative boom market, these are investors. Real investors.

Yesterday Right Move made a statement which was both crass and naive.

Today it hurts them.

Hips would have helped them.

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RIGHTMOVE (LSE:RMV.L) Edit

Last Trade: 275.75 p

Trade Time: 11:44AM

Change: Down 76.25 (21.66%)

Prev Close: 352.00

Open: 280.00

Bid: 273.00

Ask: 276.00

1y Target Est: 425.00

Still going down.

Big EA Countrywide seem to be doing badly also:

COUNTRYWIDE (LSE:CWD.L) Edit

Last Trade: 375.00 p

Trade Time: 11:43AM

Change: Down 50.75 (11.92%)

Prev Close: 425.75

Open: 399.50

Bid: 375.00

Ask: 376.75

1y Target Est: 579.00

I wonder if the investors know the game's up and all the "flying off the shelves" stuff is a pack of lies?

Edit: further big drops in last few seconds.

Edited by Realistbear

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Can I just say.......

PMSL!!!!

Print that in your fecking reports you rampers!!!!!

:lol::lol::lol:

Shows how a speculative market can go TITS UP overnight!!!!

Wouldnt it be great if they U-Turned the U-Turn and it never recovered :)

TB

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They arrest the UK director of partygaming in the USA on racketeering charges, signifying a 40% loss in market as the US clamps down on internet gambling, and their shares didnt go down that much initially!

Please explain why this has occured?? :blink::blink:

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They arrest the UK director of partygaming in the USA on racketeering charges, signifying a 40% loss in market as the US clamps down on internet gambling, and their shares didnt go down that much initially!

Please explain why this has occured?? :blink::blink:

Dab,

Cos Rightmove were grossly overpriced!

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Dab,

Cos Rightmove were grossly overpriced!

And gambling is on NuLabour's agenda. Its what Precott has been up to in the US recentloy as he has been lobbying hard with casino bosses to set up shop over here. Gordon wants to introduce megacasinos up and down the country to provide new jobs and ways top help people go bankrupt due to addiction problems. After all, with manufacturing almost gone, retail dead and services being offshored we have to have something to replace our productive industries.

The US are clamping down because of the huge numbers of people becoming addicted, especially teens, and the fact that there is no way to regulate online gambling and who makes the money.

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Still going down despite exhuberance in the market following Ben's cue:

RIGHTMOVE (LSE:RMV.L) Edit

Last Trade: 269.25 p

Trade Time: 4:23PM

Change: Down 82.75 (23.51%)

Prev Close: 352.00

Open: 280.00

Bid: 269.00

Ask: 270.00

1y Target Est: 425.00

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CWD taking a hit today:

COUNTRYWIDE (LSE:CWD.L) Edit

Last Trade: 380.75 p

Trade Time: 12:12PM

Change: Down 17.00 (4.27%)

Prev Close: 397.75

Open: 399.50

Bid: 380.75

Ask: 381.50

1y Target Est: 579.00

Perhaps fewer houses are flying off the shelves than they expected? Or are they still reeling from the HIPS U-turn?

RMV are recovering a little:

RIGHTMOVE (LSE:RMV.L) Edit

Last Trade: 284.32 p

Trade Time: 12:19PM

Change: Up 3.57 (1.27%)

Prev Close: 280.75

Open: 280.00

Bid: 276.00

Ask: 282.50

1y Target Est: 425.00

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Rightmove have turned negative building on yesterday's awesome losses:

RIGHTMOVE (LSE:RMV.L) Edit

Last Trade: 278.50 p

Trade Time: 1:05PM

Change: Down 2.25 (0.80%)

Prev Close: 280.75

Open: 280.00

Bid: 278.00

Ask: 279.00

1y Target Est: 425.00

UBS brokers downgraded the stock to neutral. Bumpy road ahead perhaps?

They were bid up to 395p at the top and are down now by around 30%. :o

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