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    Expert planteria will become famous soon enough
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    totally agree garindan, and they continue to do a good job of it.

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    although asda will benefit too.

    and yes, within grocery, morrisons food offer continues to improve and Lidl and Aldi continue to take market share. loads of suppliers who had previously chosen to avoid the discounters are now backtracking and working hard to supply them.

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    Havester will hopefully go bust

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    Expert planteria will become famous soon enough
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    who are they?

    is theo paphitis still sniffing. it'd be interesting to see if there is a rescue of some kind, but i'll be impressed if someone can turn it round

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    No TP has thrown the towel in.

    All is lost in my opinion.

    The only savings grace for those shareholders like me who bailed out (I sold my shares in November) who are sitting on losses is that at least we can offset those losses against future CGT gains at 18%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwba16573
    No TP has thrown the towel in.

    All is lost in my opinion.

    The only savings grace for those shareholders like me who bailed out (I sold my shares in November) who are sitting on losses is that at least we can offset those losses against future CGT gains at 18%.
    Hold up, is that how shares work, if you gain you pay 18% CGT but if there's a loss you can offset it? Liking the sound of that! :P

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    Expert planteria will become famous soon enough
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    that's the gist of it, yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crabman
    Quote Originally Posted by mwba16573
    No TP has thrown the towel in.

    All is lost in my opinion.

    The only savings grace for those shareholders like me who bailed out (I sold my shares in November) who are sitting on losses is that at least we can offset those losses against future CGT gains at 18%.
    Hold up, is that how shares work, if you gain you pay 18% CGT but if there's a loss you can offset it? Liking the sound of that! :P
    Don't worry there's plenty more chances to lose money

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitbyfish
    Quote Originally Posted by Crabman
    Quote Originally Posted by mwba16573
    No TP has thrown the towel in.

    All is lost in my opinion.

    The only savings grace for those shareholders like me who bailed out (I sold my shares in November) who are sitting on losses is that at least we can offset those losses against future CGT gains at 18%.
    Hold up, is that how shares work, if you gain you pay 18% CGT but if there's a loss you can offset it? Liking the sound of that! :P
    Don't worry there's plenty more chances to lose money
    ......and plenty of chances to make some more.

    Remember lots of people became very wealthy in the last recession. Its all about identifying the (changed) opportunities.......Aldi, Lidl, Wilko, QD, shoe repairers, repossessions, anything undervalued etc.

    Your fortunes are already made and sitting there waiting for you to collect......all you have to do is identify the ones for you.

    Don't take to long the Gov' are desperate for you to pay your tax on your profits!

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    I've never looked at shares before so wouldn't know where to go (though I'm interested, not serious, yet) - found "The Share Centre" and "Hoodless Brennan" with different fee structures, any other recommendations?


 

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