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I have received an email from Moneyam saying that their service will end 21/2/19 and they are encouraging subscribers to move to Shares Magazine. I have found them to be excellent for creating various portfolios with live prices and I paid for their level 2 service which I find very helpful for when I want to use DMA or when buying illiquid small caps. I…

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That is what I like about the business model. I have never seen the gym so busy yet they seem to be gradually increasing fees. Hopefully it is also brexit proof and the fees are such that I would not envisage high churn, 4 pounds a week give or take is not the sort of thing you would cancel unless in dire financial straits imo.

The Gym Watford is 18.99 pm for new members, I think I pay 17.99, and seems very busy this year compared with the past. The only negative is that the car park is not big enough. For this reason, and those set out above, I have recently bought in.

I am increasingly seeing Minervini's comment play out with a whole range of stocks.When a secular leader makes a major top, there's a 50% chance it will drop 80% and an 80% chance it will drop 50%.

Interesting to read again Damian's thinking here in light of the sp action over the last few weeks.

Am I right in saying that only £50k of cash in an ISA is guaranteed by the FSCS unless they are also a licensed deposit taker in which case it is £85k?Are people splitting up their ISA as they grow in size to mitigate the risk of fraud/malpractice or going over the cash guarantee limits?I have had very satisfactory service from iDealing over the years…

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