I am one for balance of life and wouldn't need to consider . Having a break such as you mention with the added bonus of watching the players you mention is a no brainer in my book.😄😄😄😄 You can make your money next season.
I was assuming it was the same split ratio but with dividends % going up the loss of pitential earnings per game with injury will make more of a difference. I'm not bothered if it will or not -just looking at it from a different perspective.
@Chris-J you're right, he does have competition but with Liverpool going for the league and probably going far in the Champs league, and potentially the cups too they'll need to rotate. With Ox's experience I can see him being used a fair bit once he's back fit. I don't see him hitting the 4 quid mark but there is potential for a decent rise when he's fully fit. Looks like a few people are jumping on early in anticipation, and they'll see the biggest profits.
I think there was a comment on one of the other threads about the 11th Jan being a good time to buy back. I’ve already got a bit of a list of who I’m keeping tabs on, and with the share split on the cards it looks like there will be some good growth coming up...
You know the answer. You're just looking for someone to reaffirm it. If your trading strategy is based around short term outcomes then yes you need to rethink. If your planning over the longer term, these current market movements are just waves in the ocean.