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Excellent idea. With the difference in tax rates between CGT (lower) and dividends (higher), the tax saving may cover the buy sell costs.

Two areas to think about for the future: Electric cars Self driving cars. Both are likely to reduce the need for the AA (except perhaps for running out of battery power with an electric car). I like to invest in companies that have a growing business model and I am not sure that the AA does.

We will never really know the true effects of the regulations until 2018 kicks in.True, the shape of future regulations cannot be known but at least the risk of a fine due to non compliance of past regulations should have receeded.Actually, I am a fan of regulation as it tends to build a moat around the incumbent companies making it more difficult for new companies…

Why top slice? It's one of the strongest set of results I have seen for years: A doubling of profits and operating cash flow A large share buy back A large increase in the staff working with compliance** This share has much further to run IMO. The share buyback will keep it rolling until Feb18. ** Using Paul's words - a drop in price on…

The SR system was flagging this one up in December 2015 with a SR of 99 - value of 76, Q of 97 and M of 89. I bought then and watched the price sink until mid 2016 before it started its long term rise. I only bought it as part of a NAPS portfolio and glad that I did. I would not have touched…

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