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Goodbye Bears, Hello Bulls as the Footsie Breaks Out of the Share Zoo's Confines.

Hello Share Scrapers. This old punter is now moving cash from his interest-paying building society to my several brokers. The idea is to be absolutely ready to move from currently 90% cash back into shares. At present, the Footsie is stagnant, but recent trends lead me to believe that the trek north will gather steam. In other words, I’m returning to my natural state of bullishness.

Footsie's Creeping Up, but It May Not Last as Hefy Headwinds Hot Up.

Hello Share Speakers. Yes, I know the Footsie has been on a small roll so far this year. But I’m still reluctant to go back into shares. Though this week I did buy Lloyds Group         (LLOY) because I’m not the only one who thinks banks have been forgotten by investors who should have realised that rising interest rates benefit the big four.


I will not be losing my Lloyds Bank shareholder virginity status

I have never admitted this publicly before, but when I was 18 and setting up a university bank account I wanted one at Lloyds Bank (LLOY). However, it never worked out and I ended up with one of its competitors (absolutely nothing to do with the extra ten quid offered as a “joining bonus”). And, funnily enough, I have never owned Lloyds Bank plc shares either during my investment life, as there was always something potentially better or more interesting or something else. Nevertheless, I listened to the group’s conference call earlier today for a bit of light corporate earnings season excitement. What did I make of the “fast evolving and uncertain environment”, where apparently “the group is performing well”?


Banking on Lloyds Seems Plausible as Interest Rates start to Rise

Hello, Share Plungers. You know how you get a feeling that a share is going to start a bull run? The value of such a premonition often depends on how long you've been pursuing our golden game. As someone who began shifting shares in King Solomon’s reign, perhaps my view, based on a lifetime of subconscious financial considerations, is worth a bit more than most. Or perhaps not. In any event I have a nagging feeling that the big high street banks will start to pile on share value. And I rate Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY) higher than the other four.

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