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Ashtead – still a geared play on US economy Inc

Back in those fake halcyon days of early March when all of us should have been extrapolating events in China much more aggressively on a global financial markets basis, I wrote about plant equipment and tools hire company Ashtead (AHT) that 'in the run up to the November Presidential election, I would still be chilling on this one'. This was a good call in the sense that the share has not held the twenty quid level I have talked about a few times before...however let's face it, most shares are down over the last couple of months or so. Today's update from the company is bullish in one sense...


Read This Before You Sell Any Shares Next Week.

Hello, Share Rousters. The hardest regrets we have in dealing is the shares we sold too early. I know many folks in Shareland who dumped their ASOS (ASC) shares too quickly along the spectacular path from 7p to £30. And though they still kick themselves, there really is no need. Because we all sell winning stocks too early - for the following reasons.


It's the American Connection that Could Make Ashtead Shares Too Speculative

Hello Share Touslers. It’s hard to get my head round my present view of Ashtead (AHT), the massive tool hire company. The share price is often among the highest risers in the Footsie. And I confess I have made more money out of it than many of my winners. And yet I sold all my shares far too early, at 1800p. They’re now around 2300p...

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