That is shocking Colm. In this day and age that we still have this rubbish going on and BNP should be ashamed. I have a couple of contacts in the CB I will send the link and try and embarrass but Brendan is probably the best person. Think he has a hotline into them after the last few years!!My latest diary update is called "Too good to be true". It tells of a weird product, concocted to satisfy savers' hunger for security and return. That's an impossible combination in today's low-interest environment.
http://www.colmfagan.ie/documents/34_Document.pdf?d=September 10 2019 14:24:54.
If you feel as strongly about the topic as I do, please share with your contacts.
I've decided not to post any more diary updates on AAM. Anyone interested can follow me on Twitter or LinkedIn.
That doesn't mean you're shouting into an empty room Colm. I've been enjoying your columns but don't necessarily feel the need to comment on each one of them. I can still read them on LinkedIn anyway.Hi @cremeegg
Nothing against AAM. It's just that there has been very little/ no feedback on recent updates.
As to Twitter, I'm not sure. I'm only starting on it now. I'll have to get lessons on how to switch it on. I'm CFaganActuary . Let me know if you find me there!
Of course, anyone who's not on Twitter or LinkedIn can simply go to my website www.colmfagan.ie
Fair point.It might be related to content structure.
Since you started with external PDF articles I think interaction stopped. They are harder to read and quote and comment on.
I hypothesise if you do one new thread per article and include the article text you would get more interaction.
Great! Thanks.Fair point.
I'll try it. Watch for the new thread!
Are you being too hard on yourself? You made a profit of over 28% in a month. I would consider that a big success. So you could have made a larger profit if you had known that the price would subsequently rise to 315p. How could you have known that, unless you were aware of the potential bidder, which presumably was a well-kept secret in April/May?"I got it badly wrong with Charles Taylor. There are no two ways about it.