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 on: November 26, 2015, 06:59:08 PM 
Started by SuuPRlim - Last post by sharplea
I don't disagree with the general thrust but "Pro C" is accused of rape and is immediately dropped by his sponsor.  I assume this is now going to trial but the company didn't want to wait for due process?  Or has it not even made trial?

AFAIK as of the WSOP ME last year this hadn't gone to trial and the Pro was free to play, assuming this is the same story I heard.

 on: November 26, 2015, 06:56:05 PM 
Started by nirvana - Last post by tikay


Tesco shares were £3.50 at the time. Think they are £1.70 now. 

Still, I did suggest he SELL Rolls Royce Holdings at £11, which was the price then.

"Rolls Royce - I actually looked into this because of Tikay's love of this company on his diary."[/b]

Hi Ryan.

If you have not already purchased them, DO NOT do so now.

They were £2.80 on 2008, & are currently £11.22.

They will steadily grow, over time, but you've missed the boat really as to the explosive growth of the last 5 years. The shares of very big Companies tend to plod along fairly steadily.

RR have a forward order book of £70 billion, & their installed base must be worth, literally, £trillions. All that gear has to be maintained, & spare parts supplied. The average life of a RR Aero or Marine engine is over 30 years, so that is a lot of almost guaranteed future income.

A very solid investment indeed, & a fine company to boot, but all that is in the price, imo.

Their latest half year results are here....

I think I may have put you on to Tesco, too. They have barely moved in 5 years, going from around £3.20 to £3.70, & have probably lagged the market, but you get a nice steady, & pretty much guaranteed, Dividend. Tesco will have their ups & downs, but they aint ever going away, or busto. Dull as dishwater as a Share, but solid.

You mention Sports Direct. Been an absolutely fabulous Share, gone from around 50p some 5 years ago to £7 now, but the explosive growth is over, & I'd be bailing out personally. The man who runs it is an absolute total genius, football supporters all think he is dumb, (he sort of owns Newcastle United) but he knows exactly what he is doing.

Good luck mate, & I think you are being very wise locking up this money in shares.

All from the "Share/Investment advice" thread on blonde just over 2 years ago.


 on: November 26, 2015, 06:46:50 PM 
Started by nirvana - Last post by tikay


PS - just remembered the last share I ramped, about 2 or 3 years ago, to Ryan Spittles......


 on: November 26, 2015, 06:41:06 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by NoCardDSC
Brighton have just snapped up James Wilson on loan from Man Utd until the end of the season.

Think this is exactly what they needed to become contenders for promotion.

Great buy

 on: November 26, 2015, 06:40:09 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by redsimon
Large size polo


I have a Coral account PM me about what needs doing?

 on: November 26, 2015, 06:39:13 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by bagel

Joshing aside, that was quite a week for you, especially - iirc correctly - you'd been running bad for a while at the time.

19th Jan, Luton, 8th for £1,960

21st Jan, Luton, 3rd for £7,560

22nd Jan, Luton, 2nd for £24,000.

Quite a week indeed. Jake was born almost exactly 9 months later too.

If we had chosen to go down the Beckham's route of naming our offspring he could have been saddled with the moniker "Luton Travelodge Hawkins".

should have called him luther

 on: November 26, 2015, 06:33:59 PM 
Started by horseplayer - Last post by atdc21
Fountains ran very well, looked winner for a lot of the way, mistake at last didnt help,and then started to hang a bit, but the winner (captainofindustry) looks a decent enough prospect, prob be better when chasing.

 on: November 26, 2015, 06:23:50 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by Ironside
i thought the only one coming back from the boardroom would of been Joseph, the other team game them a £100 head start but they totally cocked it up



 on: November 26, 2015, 06:17:49 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by ripple11
ok no problem

i see betfair sportsbook paid out on louisa johnson to win x-factor tis morning. steve watts' protege iirc? she is a sure thing to win it then?

Fleur was a shorter price than her last year  Cry

Cowell threw the kitchen sink at her, in order to get her over the line, but couldn't manage it.

For fiscal reasons, I'm hoping that's the case again...

She's the fave for good reason, in that they're doing the same to her.

I just don't see her winning it.
She can obviously sing, but there is nothing exciting about her or anything to connect with.

I think Lauren gets there, but I'm going to be cheering on Reggie & Boli!

That would do me.

I learned the truth at seventeen.....

Louisa for me  Smiley

 on: November 26, 2015, 06:07:42 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by Ricardov83
Struggling to find any redeeming features in Charlene.  Seems completely gormless yet escapes the sack every week. Must have some business plan.



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