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"Embarrassed? Steve won't be embarrassed. Hell, he doesn't mind people seeing him naked. I was thinking of you. You really want to get naked in front of my husband?" "Not naked. Just take my ... See more...
"Embarrassed? Steve won't be embarrassed. Hell, he doesn't mind people seeing him naked. I was thinking of you. You really want to get naked in front of my husband?" "Not naked. Just take my top off. You know how horny I get being outside with my **bleep** exposed. C'mon, didn't you say you wanted to have some fun after we finished our lesson plans?" "Well, yeah. But not in front of Steve. He doesn't know." https://www.indiantube.porn/categories/nepali/ Fun? They're planning on having fun together? With their tops off? What don't I know? What've I been missing here? My **bleep** twitches again. "Look! He's getting hard. Think he's awake and can hear us?" Erin asks. "Nah. I think if he heard us talking and were awake, he would've gotten up and taken your top off for you. You've seen how he stares at your boobs. He's probably dreaming about the **bleep** we had this morning. That Cialis works like a charm." "Hmmm...morning **bleep**. I can't remember the last time I've had morning **bleep**." Erin is still single, and while I don't follow her love life, Alex tells me enough so that I know how much Erin loves to have **bleep**, and especially sucking **bleep**. "**bleep**. Look at how hard he is," Alex says. "I wonder what he'd do if he woke up to me riding his **bleep**..." "You riding his **bleep**? I wonder what he'd do if he woke up to me sucking his **bleep**," Erin interrupts.            
I thought uncertainty was the fuel of trading   - what is clear beyond clear is that stuff will respond to any news - it doesn't matter how relevant or irrelevant - and then at the bottom of all thi... See more...
I thought uncertainty was the fuel of trading   - what is clear beyond clear is that stuff will respond to any news - it doesn't matter how relevant or irrelevant - and then at the bottom of all this is value - and clearly there are areas of value to be had  - which in "normal(?)" times people would be falling over each other to buy - but that all goes out the door - when irrationality sets in. So I am buying slowly more - with a real target date for action mid April . But if someone discovers that the treatment for Ebola - same range of disease apparently - helps mitigate the period for recovery - then the flood of money will come back - very quickly. And once the rate of expansion becomes linear ..ditto. If a quality company loses a years income - so what ? They will survive - and they will buy up over borrowed but quality businesses. But you say - the bankers will close down stuff/businesses? What is the point viewed from their perspective to foreclose  - what are they going to do with the assets ? So they won't and  -  that does not detract from the first point  Anyway I am off to buy lavatory paper. if I can find it!  
I do not trade a lot.  I very rarely trade with gearing.  Over the past 11 years since I started keeping a trading diary, I have made more "winning" trades than losing trades - not by much, but still... See more...
I do not trade a lot.  I very rarely trade with gearing.  Over the past 11 years since I started keeping a trading diary, I have made more "winning" trades than losing trades - not by much, but still I am up in terms of % trades sold in the green.  My trading portfolio, however, is down.  This is due to two rather large losing trades.  The first I neglected to set a stop loss, and the second (I'll admit, I tried a small scalp when SNH was plummeting) the price fell way through my stop loss.   But what really irritates me, is my last losing trade two days ago.  I have owned and watch SPAR for almost 20 years now.  I keep track of its price and value according to limits that suit me. So for me, when SPP drops into a PE range around 14, it starts to creep into value territory - for me - given its historical range.  So when SPP started to drop into this range on around the 5th March, I thought I would take a small long trading position, and set a reasonably conservative trailing stop loss of 15%.  A Covid-19 buy, so to speak.  I bought in at 16900, and had a target exit of around 18500, and i thought this fair given that its ranged up to 20000 recently.  Anyway I got stopped out when SPP dropped on Friday 13th (go figure).  Theory is I should be happy that I didnt lose all.  Problem is, I still think there was or is value there, and lo and behold today, the price has been hitting the mid 18000s.   Ok - so this is irritating for me, because my value theory seems correct (up to today at least), but my stop loss was too tight (15%!!!), so my system needs adjusting....and the big adjustment I need to make is that I MUST NOT TRADE ANYTHING DURING UNCERTAIN TIMES!!!! Clearly no matter whether I think a share or index might be value and a buy, I need to stay clear until there is very clear direction (I read Simon's blogs, but clearly dont absorb his rules)....lol.   Anyway.....  
Hi, I used to be able to buy shares on std bank online share trading using login Gavin 248. The profile on above has changed and unable to buy sasol shares? Please help revert to old profile
ETFRHO declined heavily in the last couple of days. Is this due to foreign automobile industry closing their factories? No demand for Rhodium now? 1nvest was doing well with ETFRHO and now it collaps... See more...
ETFRHO declined heavily in the last couple of days. Is this due to foreign automobile industry closing their factories? No demand for Rhodium now? 1nvest was doing well with ETFRHO and now it collapses!  
Partridge, your thread title is rather apt now, don't you think.....
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What's up pal, probably I have the best answer for you. I've heard a lot of times from a friend of mine about a platform with a big amount of discounts and other useful promo-codes that could be ver... See more...
What's up pal, probably I have the best answer for you. I've heard a lot of times from a friend of mine about a platform with a big amount of discounts and other useful promo-codes that could be very useful for you. As far as I know, he uses this platform to find all the available promo-codes in the area, and in other shops or services. I think you can try to find a promo-code for OST, maybe you will find it, at least this is the only one way that could help you. You can look for promo-codes here https://promocodius.com/dk/rabatkode/ellos this is the number 1 promo-code platform, and a lot of friends of mine are using it for their profit. Hope this will help you  
You are brave.  I could not buy a stock ttat has lost so much value and has stopped paying dividends.
Allan Gray has avised that they ae giving their's attention
Sasol has been in the Index since 2003 (i stand corrected). Downward pressure on share price is possibly exaggerated by EFT holders dumping this share on assumption that it might exist the Index. Bu... See more...
Sasol has been in the Index since 2003 (i stand corrected). Downward pressure on share price is possibly exaggerated by EFT holders dumping this share on assumption that it might exist the Index. Buought a smallish yet respectful number of shares @ R29.99. @Blik2 wrote: Problem is do you buy as a contrarian investor with the "knowledge" that oil will recover above 50 and that Lake Charles will be ok.......or do you think its still going to halve.  SOL is much more attractive at 20 than 34.   Same thought processes when AGL hit 50 a year or two back.  I didnt buy AGL then....So yip, SOL is oversold, but it can stay oversold for a bit longer.   Just curious - when does the JSE suspend trading?  More than an 8% drop in a day it seems  
The JSE engineered short squeeze has failed.Can OST please fix the portfolio values?
The margin changes came from the JSE yesterday. OST Sent it out at 09:00 this morning.
Hooray. Margin call sms now from OST. Only one third of your initial margin remains. The low price is not worth this pathetic service. Time to move on.
Portfolio values are also messed up. Par for the course with OST really. And now they've disconnected the phone line. Pathetic.
WTF The relevant changes are: ALSI R 68 467.50 to R 98 904.00 ALMI R 6 846.75 to R 9 891.00 GOLD R 25 200.00 to R 36 450.00
hello   i am intereested in investing in the Sasol SOLBE1 shares. please advise further? 0837043431. 
Problem is do you buy as a contrarian investor with the "knowledge" that oil will recover above 50 and that Lake Charles will be ok.......or do you think its still going to halve.  SOL is much more a... See more...
Problem is do you buy as a contrarian investor with the "knowledge" that oil will recover above 50 and that Lake Charles will be ok.......or do you think its still going to halve.  SOL is much more attractive at 20 than 34.   Same thought processes when AGL hit 50 a year or two back.  I didnt buy AGL then....So yip, SOL is oversold, but it can stay oversold for a bit longer.   Just curious - when does the JSE suspend trading?  More than an 8% drop in a day it seems
Well - its got worse - and this is what I love about markets - this is approaching oversold to the power of 10 - so even though you ar egoing to have to stump up for a rights issue - its looking chea... See more...
Well - its got worse - and this is what I love about markets - this is approaching oversold to the power of 10 - so even though you ar egoing to have to stump up for a rights issue - its looking cheap?  

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