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Any UK BHW...? potential gold mine

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by SolaRank, Oct 8, 2013.

  1. SolaRank

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    Hi Guys,

    I've conducted a lot of research and Royal Mail shares which go on the LSE tomorrow are massively undervalued. The past couple of weeks they have been on private sale & offered to employees but today the public can get their hands on them before the flotation tomorrow.

    There are many articles on the web talking about Royal Mail shares and almost all talk about how under valued they're.

    I've personally invested into some shares, i believe the share price can only go up.
     
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    This reminds me of Facebook.
     
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  3. A.Buff

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    Me too to be honest. Could be worth a couple of grand though see how they do
     
  4. rob1977

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    No share will ever get as much publicity as a major float, ala Facebook or royal mail.

    Publicity creates hype, hype creates inflation. Inflation = overvalued.

    Media marketing is how markets legally con you out of money it can be used for market stabilization which if we were to do it like OP has just done it would be called market manipulation.

    Whereby hype causes the public to support a faltering marketplace before any federal organisation has to risk it's money to step in. Or where a manipulator buys carp stock and then leaks tales of a new wonder invention that when released will make shares skyrocket, thus encouraging the sheeple to invest.

    Now the royal mail. Hmmm let me see. When I first left the military I was certain I was going to buy a newsagents with a post office attached. Having done my home work I knew that it was the royal mail stipend which was making these things profitable. For instance one shop was only making about 16k in organic sales but received a 40k stipend. That was money for nothing it did not take much to make 16k but I would get a royal mail Brucey bonus. But lo the government New they were about to hit the skids and so started closing down these small post desks. But had to leave some open as they provided a service so had to look elsewhere to make cuts. Couldn't do it unions were up in arms.

    Rock hard place long story short get rid of failing business privatise it and let the sheeple carry the loss.

    Long story short I won't be investing my daughter's inheritance.
     
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    Aren't you just the nicest person, sharing this important nugget of knowledge with us. I don't see how you would in any way be affected in a positive way if others bought into the same shares.

    So, you are great for sharing this. Good job!
     
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  6. SolaRank

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    Current Price: 604

    Started at: 330

    It has been a profitable couple of months.
     
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    My dad is a high level manager at Royal Mail, he made a mistake of not investing in a good amount of shares. I don't see the point at this particular moment to be honest.
     
  8. SolaRank

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    yeh i sold my shares in Royal Mail a couple weeks back (think they've peaked), i've invested in BT now.
     
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    Keep an eye on blackberry.

    Its down to $6 from $130 (back in 2008)... they got a new CEO... if he can deliver... their price will soar over the next 2-3 years.
     
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    wait for $ 2-3 range .blackberry is done and dusted . Most probably will be bought by another company for its patents.
     
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  11. rob1977

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    Fair enough, you got out on a profit in a matter of weeks, however it was not and still is not a sure thing. Your profit is based on hype, which caused an oversubscription of between 7 and 15 per cent.

    Less than a week after my last post Vince cable was summoned to explain at the royal mail floated at such an overvalued quote. There is an investigation on going and as soon as the sheeple stop playing with the value it will plummet.

    It was a gamble you rode the roller coaster and won, well done.
     
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  12. SolaRank

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    Yeh will check it out, it just seems such a dead company now and lost so much market to rivals such as Samsung & Apple.
     
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    I heard they are going to start targeting the developing countries selling low end smart phones.

    That's a huge market. Nokia become market leader once because they were targeting that market.

    It's not over until the fat lady sings... just look at apple just before jobs come back to run the company - everyone thought they were done, but turned it around to one of the biggest companies in the world.
     
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    Interesting thoughts samsung and Apple do seem to have stolen the throne, but it reminds me so much of the conversion to digital from analogue where telewest had the technology but inability to compete (as digital comms was only part of their business). They eventually were absorbed by Vodafone who took their digital technology to market, for a short while until 3G.

    We might see something similar with BlackBerry but I doubt it.

    Some of the indie developers are quite interesting obviously less stable than the big 2, but then their law suits add volatility when they come around.
     
  15. SolaRank

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    Ha Ha look at the rise in Blackberry shares - you were right!

    http://www.iii.co.uk/investment/detail?code=cotn:BBRY&it=ne

    Do you reckon its too late to invest..