and really not appropriate for nickel-and-dime traders. It amazes me that, given the solid strength of Lloyds and an increased dividend forthcoming, that people could actually sell at this time. Oh well, the markets are based upon the mass ignorance of the investing public anyway.I think i'll take a first-class trip to Europe with this dividend.
God almighty! In truth, the world is full of pompous know-it-alls like you. There is only one way to approach investing, and that is with great humility. Lloyd's seems like a nice bank. Earnings solid. Fat dividend. I made money in a quick trade last week. Do I think it will be a good investment over the short/medium/long term? I have no friggin idea. Neither do you, so knock off the smug pose.
To the one that replied with the sentence "There is only one way to approach investing, and that is with great humility." shows me that you are as stupid and pompeous as the one that you are Criticizing.