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Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
d. I've just got my new Orange & White 3rd Kit with Moyesinho on the back, I can't wait to wear it down to the supermarket, they call me Mr West Ham around here

franksfat&slow&wank 2:26 Tue Aug 7
Investment on savings
LCF offering nearly 9% over 5 years paid annually

Anyone got any recommendations ?

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Brucies_Star_Prize 3:19 Thu Aug 9
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Fundsmith is a high performing global equity fund but you have to question its ability to maintain returns given its size and investment strategy.

Fundsmith's AUM is >£15bn and so increasingly needs to invest in mega cap companies if it wants to take any kind of sizeable position. This essentially means the major tech companies, however Terry Smith is a well known sceptic of new age technology.

Fundsmith recently took a large position in Facebook which is a move away from their comfort zone. That one isn't going so well.

There are currently better performing global equity funds out there and certainly better ones for the future.

BRANDED 1:12 Wed Aug 8
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BRANDED 1:11 Wed Aug 8
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Best unit trust I would recommend is Funsmith. They are invested in the best companies worldwide that fit their simple rules. Since inception in around 2012 its made a boringly safe 15-18% per year. That doesnt mean it will in future. But will best most unit trusts.
Best way to make more than that is venture or angle investing which requires a lot of knowledge of companies, budgets, risks and rewards and the nature of entrepreneurs, money people and charlatans. This knowledge is usually earned through bitter experience but when you get it gives you opportunities to make up to 1,000 % over five years or loose the stake. The knowledge enabled you to back people and companies with greater confidence but always expect to lose everything until you get a return.

Investments thst pay you 3% a year are making 7% a year or more off your money.

whu&eng1 12:30 Wed Aug 8
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I run this company. www.cclgpartners.com if any aspect of what we do interests you ?

We also have an "asset management" arm, if you'd be interested in hearing more about that.

Minimum investment is £150k. We have approx £4m AUM.

aldgate 9:40 Wed Aug 8
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no problem bill - here's to a top season all round!

BubblesCyprus 8:27 Wed Aug 8
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Personal favourite is an Offshore Fund Ermitage Selz Fund.Like the idea that the guy who manages the Fund gets paid in units in the Fund itself.Vested interest to make sure Fund performs well.

Bill W 1:13 Wed Aug 8
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Found it, thank you. Lumped on. Free money...if he stays fit of course

aldgate 12:10 Wed Aug 8
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William Hill at the moment but can't see that price lasting long.....

Bill W 11:32 Tue Aug 7
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aldgate 6:35 Tue Aug 7

What bookie is' offering that??

Moncurs Putting Iron 11:04 Tue Aug 7
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On LCF myself.

As has been said no protection whatsoever for all I know the interest payments are my own money being drip fed back to me.

But the interest arrives on time.

I paid in what I can afford to lose and no more.

Mace66 10:52 Tue Aug 7
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Spandex 3:20

If you’re only making 2 quid here and there you’re doing it wrong ;-)

aldgate 6:35 Tue Aug 7
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arnautovic to be our top scorer this year at 15/8 looks a cracking investment

Cheezey Bell-End 5:03 Tue Aug 7
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Trevor B 4:47 Tue Aug 7
Yes, I'll believe it when I see it.
He's not originally from the UK and won't be here long term, so doesn't want it to be visible to HMRC.

10thofMay 4:53 Tue Aug 7
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Agreed, they're a great company.

Someone close to me used to work for them until recently.


Trevor B 4:52 Tue Aug 7
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The pork belly contract on CME has been defunct for about the past 6/7 years.

You can trade lean hogs though ;-)

Cony Tottee 4:50 Tue Aug 7
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Surely the answer is pork bellies?

Trevor B 4:47 Tue Aug 7
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more importantly why he hasn't borrowed against it whilst waiting for access? there are plenty of companies that fund against 'trusts' and suchlike. I smell something here mate.....

Cheezey Bell-End 4:44 Tue Aug 7
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Was talking to a bloke I know on Sunday. He inherited a load of money when his Dad died in the 80s and who had owned a construction company. This guy invested it all and just left it. When I met him in 2009 he was unemployed and broke and I helped him to pay his rent/eat, which I never got back.
He told me on Sunday that when he retires aged 55 in 3 years, he will access his money which will by then be worth over £300m. Why he has bothered to continue working all this time, I have no idea. I would have blown most of it on travel and hookers.
Reckons it's in the Cayman Islands and earns %20 pa.

Woodford Green 4:33 Tue Aug 7
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Another vote for Lindsell Train Global here.

It's made some superb returns in recent years by just investing on big global blue chip corporates and is well diversified by its global mandate.

LeroysBoots 4:26 Tue Aug 7
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Trev, I;m sure you thought it would be funny !!!!

Trevor B 4:24 Tue Aug 7
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