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I think that this is the answer to the question of whether £PLUS is taking positions in the market:Positive customer trading performance (Market P&L) reduced revenue by approximately $27 million in the first half of 2019 (H2 2018: Negative customer trading performance of approximately $61 million), the vast majority of which occurred in the first quarter of 2019.

I've been much more positive than most here on PLUS, and have been using the recent lows as a buying opportunity. I don't like the directors' mis-reporting on trading risk and do regard this as a red flag. However, I am not too concerned about this trading risk. If I was running a company like IG Group (LON:IGG) or PLUS, I know that I would…

HMRC would need you to use average cost for capital gains so that is the method that would make sense to me.I don't think this is correct as HMRC require you to net sales against the shares last purchased unless you sell and buy again within 30 days. Rules for VCT sells are different.

I have to agree with the sentiment about putting it all into an investment trust, or a low cost ETF. For an ISA or SIPP there is still a lot of merit in self investing where in the small cap space, it is possible to outshine the managers. However, if you are paying CGT on every gain (i.e outside a SIPP and ISA once your…

I suspect that Mark Minervi and Jesse are both saying the same thing: Wait for a trend to be in the right direction (3 upward moving averages in MM's case) Wait for a pivot point Jump in Ride the wave Jump out quickly if you have made a mistake Nothing is new in investment / speculation as human physiology has stayed the same.

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