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I'm considering moving my personal pension into a SIPP for lower charges and more control. It will be mostly a shared based pension but may have some funds, mostly UK but may have some US shares. Looking at Interactive Investor, fees seem to be low, does anyone know which banks II hold funds in? I currently have an ISA/Share account with HL but don't want…

With some talk about recession at the moment I thinking of doing a portfolio of 20 shares and see how it performs. Any suggestions for shares to include would be welcome. My choices so far are: H & T (LON:HAT), National Grid (LON:NG.), Poundland (LON:PLND), Dee Valley (LON:DVWA), Fyffes (LON:FFY), McBride (LON:MCB), Novae (LON:NVA), Charles Taylor (LON:CTR), Fairpoint (LON:FRP), SkyePharma (LON:SKP), GlaxoSmithKline (LON:GSK), Begbies Traynor…

Anyone picked up any bargain shares in the sales? I have bought: Trakm8 Holdings (LON:TRAK), John Wood (LON:WG.) Next (LON:NXT)

I noticed at close on Friday 2 of the shares on my watchlist had closed well down. When I looked into the sp more I noticed there were both very similar, selling before close but then both had a large buy at 16.35pm, now this buy price was well below the selling price during the day. As it was a buy then the close price…

I'm considering investing in gold but not sure of the best way to do it. I don't want to have the actual gold in my possession. Can anyone advise the best ways to invest? I have come across Gold Bullion Securities which I may be able to hold in my ISA, anyone invested in them?



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Spirent Communications (LON:SPT) I think all of those sales were share options, these are not listed on some sites, one concern is the amount of share options being handed out.

I think he is less than 10% invested now. The problem with his approach is you have to watch the your shares nearly all the time. Also his method is not so easy to follow and it probably works better in the US markets. At least buy and hold you don't need to spend so much time. There is more than one way to invest…

But then you get others such as Mark Minervini who sells up and waits for the right time to re-enter the market and shorts the indexes.

OK thanks Nick, where are the gross profit figures? The operating profits are negative. Just surprising that a company that is loss making is a Superstock but I have seen similar ones before.

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