I plan to stay long term, but don’t have too much to invest. Is that a problem?
Thanks for your reply… so I’m in but with only 12 shares, as a newbie and don’t have too much for now
The amount you have to invest is not that relevant. Most people look at their % gains or losses to see how well you are doing.
Obviously the more you invest the more any given % gain is worth.
Oh I see it. Thank you
Honestly I’m not considering it alone, but I think the initiative will drive the growth of companies like Ceres anyway. It’s actually partnering with Bosh for scale production that I find most attractive, considering the fact that part of the planet will be converting to green more intensely in the coming years.
I’d also like to invest in Østerd.
I started with a small amount while I knew more about the market and took confidence. This way worked better for me.
I also invested in ITM power, sounds also good to me
Hello again Sondra re ITM.
Ceres is a hold & build too in my humble opinion ;0).
My Electrical background & doing research give me a sense of what green energy companies are well placed to make a change.
Interesting Telegraph article if you can get past the paywall:
Ceres down 7% today… is there something i’m missing?
Potential buy dip for me
Hopefully. I also bought in at a similar time hoping to save this for a year or so. My first few months into investing
Ceres is doing a fund raise on Primary Bid (the app not the website). Share price “to be determined at the end of the book-building process”. Today only I think.
Ha ha, just got the email and was typing the same thing. Offer closes this evening.
I wish PrimaryBid was linked to FT especially for the PensionBee launch. And I know its been said before but it keeps popping up
Tough decision, to go for the Primary Bid or just buy in the FT ISA? I reckon this is a long term hold, the price is already within a sustained dip and so the latter looks like a better option? I’ve been keen on this for a while just not pulled the trigger yet!
has anyone ever linked to HL and transferred into FT after?
I noticed that when PrimaryBid has had chunky share price discounts, the share price will sometimes converge on that lower price anyway as traders sell their existing shares on the market and buy cheaper on PB to make a bit of money. If true, maybe you might as well just buy on the market?
Is it not weird they are issuing these shares a day before their ER?
I don’t believe they currently accept share transfers from another provider into the GIA. Primary Bid also do not allow shares to be transferred later into an ISA. So if you buy on PB then it will become a potentially taxable asset.