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3 minutes ago, Banker said:

But you stated the index will outperform any fund which is just wrong like most of your statements!

You are never going to be able to predict which fund happens to outperform the index. Because it almost never happens twice.

Going into a new investment you have almost zero chance of outperforming the indexes.

ETA: you might beat the indexes by betting on red. You probably won't.

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1 minute ago, pongo said:

You are never going to be able to predict which fund happens to outperform the index. Because it almost never happens twice.

Going into a new investment you have almost zero chance of outperforming the indexes.

But I’ve just told you I know of several that have consistently outperformed indexes, you haven’t got a clue so just admit it!

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Just now, Banker said:

But I’ve just told you I know of several that have consistently outperformed indexes, you haven’t got a clue so just admit it!

Name them then. Let's look at their performance over 10 year, 20 years, 30 years.

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1 minute ago, pongo said:

You are never going to be able to predict which fund happens to outperform the index. Because it almost never happens twice.

Going into a new investment you have almost zero chance of outperforming the indexes.

Pointless debate isn’t it chaps? It’s horses for courses.

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3 minutes ago, Gladys said:

You've not done your homework have you?

Probably not. Fill me in then because what heard sounded like waffle. And then people reporting that they had no idea they had it till PM asked the question. 

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1 minute ago, Roxanne said:

Probably not. Fill me in then because what heard sounded like waffle. And then people reporting that they had no idea they had it till PM asked the question. 

Well, if you smile nicely I might, but just this one time! ;)

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27 minutes ago, Banker said:

It won’t, I’m involved with a few trust’s where the investment managers have outperformed the index consistently over the past 5 year and particularly over past 9 months by knowing stocks to pick 

*trusts. Without the apostrophe. 

Thought someone in your business might’ve already pointed that out to you by now. 

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Just now, Roxanne said:

Probably not. Fill me in then because what heard sounded like waffle. And then people reporting that they had no fear they had it till PM asked the question. 

Fill me in aswell please, it certainly appeared that severe headache/aches were accepted by Ewart as possible signs of Covid, she went as far to say it could even been a sign in asymptomatic people (mild symptoms!?) 111 haven’t updated any of their information to reflect that though, only going off the old guidelines.

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9 minutes ago, Annoymouse said:

Fill me in aswell please, it certainly appeared that severe headache/aches were accepted by Ewart as possible signs of Covid, she went as far to say it could even been a sign in asymptomatic people (mild symptoms!?) 111 haven’t updated any of their information to reflect that though, only going off the old guidelines.

I guess they don't want a shitload of paranoid dehydrated people with a headache jamming 111 with panic calls about Covid.

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8 minutes ago, Annoymouse said:

Fill me in aswell please, it certainly appeared that severe headache/aches were accepted by Ewart as possible signs of Covid, she went as far to say it could even been a sign in asymptomatic people (mild symptoms!?) 111 haven’t updated any of their information to reflect that though, only going off the old guidelines.

I’m not sure you need government to tell you the various ways that you could be ill in or not. If you feel something is wrong I’m sure people will ring 111. If they don’t get the answer they like I’m sure they can ring their GP and get a priority appointment. But equally there are so many skivers ringing in looking to get two weeks off work because covid is back and they’ve got a headache that some sort of common sense has to prevail in the whole process. 

 

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