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  1. Thanks for the tip DB when in the depths of the recent "crash". WPP were never on my radar or NEX (National Express) and IBST (Ibstock). I put in a fair whack into those stocks and also the big oilies when everyone was selling off. My gut was wrenching that's for sure. But they have saved my arse!
  2. I've dated 3 cat owner chicks in my life. All thick as fuck. Nice pussy though.
  3. A fantastic article for those interested in big oil. https://www.joshuakennon.com/lets-talk-about-investing-in-oil-stocks-and-the-oil-majors/
  4. I've a terrible sense of foreboding here. Not just how the markets will react but about the lack of information coming out of Italy and Iran, Africa etc about the true extent of this virus. I think its a false narrative that JUST older people with pre-existing conditions are dying. I can understand the reason to down play it and for that reason I've been stocking up. Plenty of pigeons looking rather fat cutting around my garden and I've plenty of pellets with their names on them! As for the markets, I personally think another bad week like last week before Central Banks try stop the carnage. Who knows, but there's always opportunity in a crisis, just trying to figure out what it's going to be!
  5. French oil company Total SA is among the final bidders for a stake in an offshore wind farm that may cost more than $7 billion to develop and operate, according to people familiar with the matter. The move is significant because it highlights growing interest from major oil companies in renewables assets. It also would be the first facility of its kind in the U.K. built without full state support, making it more risky than what’s been built to date. The British utility SSE Plc is developing the wind farm in Scotland’s section of the North Sea. It’s seeking partners to help shoulder the costs and risks. https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/total-to-bid-for-stake-in-7-4-billion-u-k-wind-farm-1.1397299
  6. Bear by name bear by nature.... Time will tell I guess.
  7. S&P closes down over 4%! I've been buying today even though I'm bleeding... Hopefully this is the crash we have been expecting. Time to focus the mind and be strong?
  8. Best bit of advice I've ever had was, if it flies, floats, or fucks, then rent it. Good job I got that advice as I'm a day skipper and wanted to buy a boat. I also had my PPL (Private Pilots licence). The only thing I enjoyed was renting the fuck bit...before I got married
  9. Good timing: https://www.zerohedge.com/energy/2020-year-oil-bankruptcies
  10. Hargreaves Lansdown is the one I use for all my shares including miners.
  11. I just love felling and chopping wood for my own log burner. Been in my property 5 years now and it has a large garden, but not large enough! As soon as I hear a chainsaw and chipper in the local area I'm off to see what they are cutting up. I generally find a tree surgeon is willing to get rid of the chippings he will also give you the wood he's cut down. They hate taking away chip, but I have a large wooded area that I can spread it across. I always have a smile on my face when burning wood and heating my house for free. Especially when it's been mine or very local. Just to add. The very best firewood? Yew. It's like thermite!
  12. I sold out my miners and GDXJ early last week fearing a correction. HOWEVER if you look back on David Hunters twitter feed he says there is a melt up on the way and sees GDX and GDXJ moving up along with the melt up. Not sure what to beleive as theres so much conflicting information out there. https://twitter.com/davehcontrarian?lang=en
  13. Ah! So is this why my PM's in BullionVault are going crazy! Platinum has been great as of end of June (thanks DB).