Shares to watch

Froddy

Member
Messages
369
It is absolutely criminal, and I've often questioned the connection between certain "official" tweets/announcements and extreme market movements. No doubt time will tell ...

In the meantime, we have to stick together and try to step out of the way of these sharks ...
 

Wattie

Member
Messages
5,224
It is absolutely criminal, and I've often questioned the connection between certain "official" tweets/announcements and extreme market movements. No doubt time will tell ...

In the meantime, we have to stick together and try to step out of the way of these sharks ...
I think this is further insight into how corrupt the entire financial and political system is. I'd love to know which Us politicians had shares in this.....and who was in the know.
 

Nayf

Member
Messages
1,005
How do you chaps feel about CBRE, Regis et al? Anecdotal evidence points an office exodus, especially in London. My wife’s just emptied hers, couldn’t give away most of the stuff. Is it worth taking a negative view on these companies?
 

Wattie

Member
Messages
5,224
Lots of commercial office/rental space is in huge trouble- across the country.
Same with malls etc.
If you want a "short" position its got to be considered along with airlines/travel/hotels/leisure (casino's)/cruise etc. Be aware of the "Govt bailout" however as national airlines might be "saved".
Sports sponsorship, sporting/concert events must be fair game if crowd restrictions continue to apply.
 

CatmanV2

Member
Messages
34,477
My view is 'briefly' Most managers in this country that I have met can't lead a team where they're all in the office Mon-Fri 0900-1700. Let alone when they are geographically dispersed. In 9-12 months I expect a backlash against home working from both the workforce and the 'leadership'. YMMV

C
 
Messages
5,470
I Have £1000 to invest in shares and have been looking at Serabi Gold LSE SRB any thoughts.
It is on AIM and I have been stung on that casino before.
Alternative shares (only) advice welcome
thanks
 

Wattie

Member
Messages
5,224
if the world's central banks keep doing what they're doing (and does anyone really believe there will ever be a normalization now. How can you normalise a Ponzi scheme? ) then negative-yielding global debt will force allocations increasingly to bullion and bitcoin...73696
 

Wattie

Member
Messages
5,224

Wattie

Member
Messages
5,224
Here's a few miner funds to keep an eye on. These turbocharge the returns on physical metals.

VanEck Vectors Gold Miners ETF (NYSE-) GDX
Global X Silver Miners ETF (NYSE) SIL
VanEck Vectors Junior Gold Miners ETF (NYSE) GDXJ

Its probably fair to expect some profit taking soon so don't be put off by pullbacks. Money Printing is here to stay in ever increasing volumes.