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TerryGriffiths

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  1. Received the books. Really excellent. Will help pass away the hours. Many thanks
  2. I use Interactive investor. Yes the 9.99 charge a month seems annoying at first. If you build a portfolio of around £20-30k with them it works out cheaper than HL and AJ Bell in the long run as they charge on a percentage basis. Gonna have a look at free-trade over the weekend. Very tempting levels in a lot of trusts and stocks at present.
  3. Rdsb and BP are now at the lows of 2015 and 2008. Motorbikez doing the smart thing. I will be monthly drip feeding into both stocks and also Blackrock Energy (about 9 percent yield on that fund). Nice long term income producers. I may even do 500 each to start the ball rolling. It may go lower which is why we should always have cash on hand. Nice to see metals holding up well
  4. Will also depend on how things go next week. I am hoping for a further fall in the markets, Don't forget we did have a rather nice commodities correction in Dec 2015, silver was at 9, gold at 800. Commodity based shares presented great buying opportunities. Bp was in the low £3 range, RDSB was £12. All with a nice juicy 7% yield. Look at a share called Ferrexpo (FXPO). You bought that around the lows in 2015 you would now be laughing as the dividend payout ratio would be well over 50 -100% now depending on the price you bought at. The stock market will always go on sale at
  5. Picked up a 1 oz lunar rabbit for £18, in the silver forum Lounge. Many thanks
  6. Popped into the lounge. You all had a nice selection of coins. Managed to pick up some 1/10 and 1/4 Gold Britannias at good prices from some of the dealers on the main floor.
  7. Ats bullion were surprisingly good. I managed to picked up some gold proof britannias at just over spot price. I had a look at SV collector, very good selection but wanted a little too much for his 1870 sovereign. Not as many dealers as last year but good show regardless.
  8. Welcome to the forum from another fellow Essex Man.
  9. Fair was better than it usually is. Picked up a nice sovereign and some royal mint sets. Location is better than before.
  10. Arshimo2012 is one of the best coin dealers to deal with, always annoying him with orders. Often having better prices than you can get from the European dealers.
  11. A much smaller version of the London coin fair. Its mainly the dealers from the London Fair so you might be disappointed. Have bought gold from there though at decent prices. It's worth a visit if you planning on doing other things like visiting the British Museum. The charring cross coin market is not too far away and is always worth visiting (Its near the embankment station), some good coin dealers there. Open 7am to 2pm. I will say hello if I see you at one of the fairs.
  12. Great to see another snooker legend on the forum.
  13. I got some silver jubilee silver coins and some silver liberatads on the cheap. Prices were crazy in some places.
  14. I saw that coin this morning but got distracted by the Sovereigns. Also picked up some Silver Philharmonics as well. Lovely coin, a great addition to the stack
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