Monday, 31 December 2018

New Property Website


https://markhowittproperty.blogspot.com/2018/12/property.html

Sunday, 30 December 2018

2019 Goals


Let's get right into this...

Already done a quick preview by saying I want to purchase one or more properties in 2019...

Been spending quite a bit of time on this lately and connecting with some good people.

I easily have enough money to buy a property outright in West Yorkshire. However I still have a LOT to learn about property- despite organizing a buy to let and having researched it since around 2015. However with the contacts I have now, including Samuel Leeds, I feel I can do this in 2019... will keep you all updated. I may do other things such as 'rent to rent' or 'Serviced Accomodation'. I have lived in West Yorkshire (practically always Huddersfield) all my life and my first property will be there or South Yorkshire. I feel that with a good support team I will do this although I understand the challenges involved. Feel free to connect with me if you feel we could help each other with this.

I am reaching my financial goal in 2019. I believe my shares will be a lot higher this time next year than they are now. Twenty years doing shares now yet I am always learning and hopefully improving. Know some great people in this area and will be following their advice more. I will FORCE myself to do this financial goal even if it means pushing my comfort zone and doing new things. In fact if I don't I am saying now in public I will have to give 100 pounds to a beggar if I don't.

Mutual Fulfilment With High Value People

In a way this goes hand in hand with my financial goal- however you all know I don't judge people by how much money they are worth. I know some great people and want to maintain and improve my relationships with them however I am open to helping other great people reach their goals and hopefully they will help me too.

Fitness Goal

Writing this just after a walk... I really do need to go for a walk every day. And money is worthless upon death so fitness is crucial. Again... can go hand in hand with first 2 goals. If I'm doing something and making money I don't have time to eat unhealthy. I know that REALLY high value people in some ways don't like people who are a bit overweight (ha... well that depends on the person... but I know some girls won't etc)... so that's another motivator.

The thing is it is not COMPLEX. I just need to get my diet better and exercise more. So I'll weigh myself every week at least and do that.

Then there are other things I WANT to do. Might not make them public but I do want to and will aim to do them.

That's the good thing about goals... you have to become a different, better person to do them in some ways. I feel focused and ready to win.

Friday, 28 December 2018

2019 Goal


First goal for 2019- I will buy (potentially with other investors) one property or more by the end of 2019.

I will only be investing in shares if I am SURE they are great value- more money will be allocated to property.

Property


Shares up and spending a lot of time on property today. Watching a lot of Samuel Leeds videos... good stuff. My instincts at the moment is to invest much more of my money in property compared to shares. I have good contacts yet happy to connect with more people.

Thursday, 27 December 2018

Looks like my hope for a better 2019 has started EARLY. FTSE up more than 100 points and all my shares UP.


Looks like my hope for a better 2019 has started EARLY. FTSE up more than 100 points and all my shares UP.

Wednesday, 26 December 2018

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Brent Crude up 7% today... if I was into it I would have gone long on it. Eventually will get back up to 100 dollars a barrel although will be rollercoaster ride. BP and Shell still cheap as long term investments.

Monday, 24 December 2018

No Drugs


So... I rated myself 6 out of 10 for my fitness goal this year. Why? My diet wasn't that good and I didn't do a lot of exercise.

I took no drugs though- not even the legal kind. Alcohol, cigarettes... and then all your illegal drugs lots of people take... none of them.

The last time I even purchased a legal drug was 2004. Alcohol in a club... after I was like... over 3 pounds for this? Not doing that again.

And the cool thing is ANYONE could take no drugs- it is physically possible for ANYONE to do it. V few people can run 100m in under 10 secs. Only Usain Bolt could do it around 9.6. But anyone can take no drugs if they have discipline.

I would say the main thing about it is having DISCIPLINE and having GOALS which you are working towards. If you have a financial goal you will not be wanting to waste your money on alcohol really, not if you're focused on it. If you're an athlete it's stupid to get drunk- you aren't even a proper athlete if you do in my opinion.

When I was like 18 I went in a lot of bookstores. When I was 19 I started writing my novel. I knew just how few writers made it, and I knew that more after I finished. I wasn't going to do anything to make me worse of a writer... if I wanted to be anywhere near as good as Updike there was no way I could do that. I was also one of the best chessplayers for my age in Yorkshire- even other smart chess players drunk alcohol when playing. I never did. I knew there were more talented people than me so no way was I going to hinder myself.

Probably most people in the UK take drugs, legally or illegally. Alcohol is probably the biggest one. I never feel the need for them.

So if you're focused on your goals... no drugs.

I often don't do this because there is a possibility it might have a v slight effect on the share price. Yet I'm bored so here goes... happy to hear all opinions on @nextofficial as I'm thinking of buying.


I often don't do this because there is a possibility it might have a v slight effect on the share price. Yet I'm bored so here goes... happy to hear all opinions on @nextofficial as I'm thinking of buying.

House Renovation


It's a big challenge but I still ideally want to renovate and sell on at least one house in 2019. Dedicating some time today to it while looking at shares. Happy to connect with people regarding this.

Mark Howitt ‏ @MarkHowitt 10s10 seconds ago More Most people want to 'have a holiday' aka get drunk and not do work. I get bored when there isn't 'work' aka money making to do...


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Sunday, 23 December 2018

Protest Vote



Protest Vote

Word up...

Quick post here... quick one that I will blast out.

IT'S A PROTEST VOTE!!

These people are UNEDUCATED. They... DID NOT KNOW ABOUT THE VOTING. What they were voting for...

It's working class uneducated bad protest votes. It's...

POPULISM.

How fucked up is the actual word populism? All the political parties are trying to be popular. In fact the mainstream parties are more 'popular' than the less mainstream ones...

Just because someone did not vote the way that you voted does not mean that 'they did not know what they were voting for'. They just have a different WORLD VIEW to you.

In a democracy all votes count equally.

Everyone's doing what they think is best for themselves.

2018 Goal Review


Blasting this out on a Sunday...

First of all going to let you know this is going to be quite a long article. Blasting out what's on my mind so far.

Financial Goal

7.5 out of 10. For the first time in years I didn't reach my financial goal.

For every day of this year I have been employed and worked hard at my jobs. The reason I didn't reach my financial goal was due to share performance.

Have to say first of all the unlawful building work by the 'woman' next door was a big obstacle for me. Sometimes it takes a while for legal action to be taken but I'm in the process of doing it. I have plenty of videos and pictures which will be published too. Christina Pollard actually employed people who abused and assaulted me. I have three crime numbers and will be following things up- as will West Yorkshire Police. This is not a good position for a so called teacher to be in.

Anyway, as has been the case for all UK investors, it's been a tough year. However I do believe that the shares I have now which will be quite a bit higher this time next year. I still have plenty of money but let me tell you this...

I'm already in a good position to earn more money (I earn it every day in various ways) yet in 2019...

It's going to be smashing the comfort zone and getting a lot more money. From the moment Christina Pollard's builder assaulted me I have had this pure (and ruthless when needed) focus that will get me far.

In 2019 I will reach my financial goal.

Mutual Fulfilment With High Value People

Interesting one this... I think I am going to go with 8 out of 10.

I've never had a former employer hammer on my door, shouting through my letter box trying to get into my house.

But that's what Dean Staveley did. He was keen to employ me again.

Dean's childhood dream of being a share investor/trader is still there. It's my job to help him reach that goal. It's been an interesting journey since August... from entering the office with only desks there to working with some very advanced software with the aim of making as much money as possible.

I have done everything I can and will continue to do all I can to help Dean reach his goal. Yet 2019 must be the time for him to start trading and earning money.

I can't remember the last time I ever rated someone as 9.6 out of 10 for something yet that's what Chris Bailey is getting for being my share mentor.

It's like he barely needs any sleep. And he's full of great advice practically every day for me on shares. In 2019 I am basically going to copy Chris Bailey more. It annoys me how much he is right yet all that matters in shares is how much money you make. So yeah I will continue my 20 year learning of shares and follow his advice more in 2019.

It's rare I mention an employer in my 'People' goal but I have to say it was interesting working for Hermes in 2018. They have a good operation in Morley and I can see how they are a threat to Royal Mail. Met some interesting people and I hope they do well in the future.

Fitness

6 out of 10. Again no drugs alcohol etc. Yet there is much more to do on fitness- starting with more walks!

Adding some on...

By the end of 2018 we will be at over 104,000 views for this website.

Chris Bailey was like... do you think you will reach 100,000? Are they... your views??

Ha well I do look at my website sometimes but rest assured I have readers from all over the world. Over 30,000 views from the USA now. China, South Korea, Ukraine, Russia... all quite a few from there...

Thank you all for reading. I do believe I have blasted out some killer articles this year... and there is more to come. Let's just say that IG won't be too happy about the article I will do on them. Don't use any IG product.

I am at around 180,000 views for my share articles.

I love blasting out writing... I've got to the point where I don't need to be paid for it but donations and buying copies of my novel is always cool. If you want me to do some paid writing feel free to contact me. I want a lot more views by this time next year...

Saturday, 22 December 2018

Look At The Watch


Look At The Watch

Hi World...

Blasting out some great articles recently... personally I would like to charge for these... but I'm just going to give it out free. Feel free to donate if you like them though...

LOOK AT THE WATCH

Hi Ladies... look at me... I'm rich LOOK AT THE WATCH!!

Some people feel the need to buy things to validate themselves. Like a posh watch. Maybe they think that people will look at them and think they are rich/cool by looking at the watch.

A posh watch doesn't mean you're rich. It just means you've spent a lot of money on a watch. Same thing with clothes.

I have a cheap watch and don't buy many clothes. I don't feel the need to prove to the world I am rich or have money. Truth is I do have money (not rich though at all) but don't feel the need to spend money to validate myself.

So yeah... especially for my female readers... you don't have to buy fancy clothes to be attractive or cool. Just develop yourself.

What You Want to Happen and What Will Happen


What You Want to Happen and What Will Happen

Word up...

Been getting a lot of views recently... so here's something that's on my mind...

Sometimes people believe what they WANT to happen will happen. Let's have a look at the 'second referendum' or 'People's Vote' (were the people voting last time rabbits?)

Because some people WANT this to happen they believe it WILL happen. But I personally believe it's unlikely. It's UK law that we have to leave the EU by March 29. The PM has said many times it won't happen. And it would take a long time to sort out.

I think there's a slight chance it will happen but it probably won't.

So when you're thinking about what may happen in the future aim to separate what you WANT to happen from what WILL happen. You have to look factually at the evidence.

Friday, 21 December 2018

Are Labour MPs Like Jesus? Hmmm...


Fiona Onasanya: "In times like these, the natural inclination of believers is to ask God: why? I personally do not, because in my experience the answers are usually far above and beyond my reach. What I do know is that I am in good biblical company, along with Joseph, Moses, Daniel and his three Hebrew friends, who were each found guilty by the courts of their day".

I missed the bit in the Bible where Jesus was speeding down the motorway with a mobile...

Is Immigration Good for the British Economy?


Is Immigration Good for the British Economy?

Blasting this out from my bed...

Is immigration good for the British economy?

You might hear a lot from the mainstream media about how 'immigration is good for the economy'.

Is it really? And is it good for you?

What is 'the economy' first of all? It's all the money and worth that Britain generates. Now sure, if you have an immigrant in Britain working and paying taxes he is contributing to 'the economy'...

But what does that mean for a typical British person?

Well it could mean that they can't get a job because an immigrant has taken a job. It does mean that their wages will potentially be lower because there is a greater supply of cheap labour. Everything is about supply and demand in a way, and the more supply of cheap labour there is the lower wages companies can afford to pay.

And don't imagine that every immigrant who comes into the economy gets a job and pay taxes. Many are unemployed or criminals. Many claim from the benefit system.

So quite often when someone on the mainstream media says immigration is 'good for the economy' what they actually mean is it's good for THEM or other rich people/companies.

What do I think should be done about immigration to Britain?

First of all we need to deport as many illegal immigrants as possible. We shouldn't be giving them benefits that British taxpayers pay for.

Then we need to be VERY SELECTIVE about who we let into the country. We are already one of the most over crowded countries in the world- there simply isn't space for many more people.

Every immigrant allowed into the country should have a job which pays at least £30,000 a year. They should only be able to claim from the benefit system (that include the NHS) when they have actually contributed something to Britain, like British people and our ancestors have.

Wednesday, 19 December 2018

2019


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Will be writing my goal review and goals for 2019 soon but quick preview... 2018 has been good but tough in some ways. But I promise you all this... all my followers and people who've helped me.... in 2019 I am going to make good money and achieve more...

Mark Howitt ‏ @MarkHowitt now More Shares recover well today. This time next year my shares will be worth much more... and have some interesting new ideas based on some @Financial_Orbit tips.


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Shares recover well today. This time next year my shares will be worth much more... and have some interesting new ideas based on some @Financial_Orbit tips.

Tuesday, 18 December 2018

I hope Brexit gets sorted out so undervalued UK shares go up. Remember the EU needs us more than we need them!


I hope Brexit gets sorted out so undervalued UK shares go up. Remember the EU needs us more than we need them!

Walk done- have to do it every day for next 7 days or I have to give money to a beggar.


Walk done- have to do it every day for next 7 days or I have to give money to a beggar.

Don't Get Complacent...


Don't Get Complacent...

Word up...

Quick Facebook article here...

Don't get complacent. Often many people, me included, get complacent in some ways. Complacent... you might not even notice it at the time, it's more like being in a familiar pattern... but it's basically not being active enough...

Earlier this year I should have sold quite a lot of my shares... and found a better use for my money. I'm not very used to selling shares though... and if you're doing a full time none share job you can't think about shares lots...

But I now know that when they're fully valued I will sell some. And push my comfort zone by doing new things in other ways.

Sunday, 16 December 2018

New Insta


https://www.instagram.com/huddsma/?hl=en&fbclid=IwAR3yJmgcDgFn2Xwxvln3totiXezQMRI6jM9eWFgwHW2749sLY-66Q5NdSrs

World famous @Financial_Orbit visits West Yorks again tomorrow!


World famous @Financial_Orbit visits West Yorks again tomorrow!

Thursday, 13 December 2018

Happy to connect with more tradespeople for the renovation projects. It's a big goal overall yet I want to do this.


Happy to connect with more tradespeople for the renovation projects. It's a big goal overall yet I want to do this.

Looking at purchasing a property with the aim of renovating it and selling it on with Dean Staveley. Will keep you posted on progress.


Looking at purchasing a property with the aim of renovating it and selling it on with Dean Staveley. Will keep you posted on progress.

Poem


Very rare that I do this....

And if the writer doesn't want it up I'll take it down....

But this is the best poem I've read in a while so I'm posting it up....

From Russia with Love – Original Poem
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Opposite the corner store

Stood several Russian whores

Some very chic, some ragged

Few were young, mostly hagged

And Lenka said to Anya

Sneering through her cancer

Lifting her cigarette to Anya’s head

“I’ve never seen such an unnatural shade of red.

Anya you’re not the fire you think you are.”

Young Anya stood profusely

And pulled out a large cigar

Smiling upon Lenka’s frown

Whilst the others watched in silence and dread

Anya said “Bitter Lenka, you’ll soon be dead

I honestly can’t wait for your aids to spread

As quickly as your legs do every night

For every poor man who does you right

Your harsh words will be the death of you

You’re nothing but ghastly through and through

Yes, once you were tighter, you’re older and weak now

Let the young calves play, slaughter the cows”

Wednesday, 12 December 2018

Surprised to see the markets liking May having a vote of no confidence so much... but having thought about having a PM such as @BorisJohnson would be better for the country and shares in the long run.


Surprised to see the markets liking May having a vote of no confidence so much... but having thought about having a PM such as @BorisJohnson would be better for the country and shares in the long run.

Tuesday, 11 December 2018

Good to see FTSE recover.


Good to see FTSE recover.

Monday, 10 December 2018

Mark Howitt ‏ @MarkHowitt now More Bought more Legal and General. Bargain at this price. I know others including @jpsc01 hold too.


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Friday, 7 December 2018

ITV will be higher in a year's time than it is now. Good dividend.


ITV will be higher in a year's time than it is now. Good dividend.

Mark Howitt ‏ @MarkHowitt now More Bought more @ITV a bargain at this price.


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Bought more @ITV a bargain at this price.

Goal review for 2018 will be pretty long and... interesting. Thinking about it now.


Goal review for 2018 will be pretty long and... interesting. Thinking about it now.

Mark Howitt ‏ @MarkHowitt 37m37 minutes ago More Good recovery for the FTSE.


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Good recovery for the FTSE.

Wednesday, 5 December 2018

UK shares undervalued. If you have cash buy things like GFRD and @ITV


UK shares undervalued. If you have cash buy things like GFRD and @ITV

Sunday, 2 December 2018

Shares...


Shares...

Facebook exclusive on shares...

I've been doing shares for 20 years now... and one thing has hit me recently.

In the short term I (and most people) can't tell which direction shares will go...

I'm back doing a 'share job' now and... it's like a balancing act of not looking at share prices too much and trying to make the best decisions...

I do feel a lot of UK (aka shares with a lot of UK exposure and UK earnings) are undervalued now...

BUT... personally I still feel that when shares that are fairly valued (certainly if I feel they are a bit overvalued) I will sell some of my shares. I want more of my money in more 'secure assets'. I might get into property more... there are lots of ways to make money with money.

Friday, 30 November 2018

Materialism as Proving Your Worth


Materialism as Proving Your Worth

Word up...

This is coming to you after my win against highest rated opponent I've played in chess. I won on time...

When I played chess I really hardly cared about money at all. I would spend hours just studying and playing. I just liked the challenge and flow.

But you can't really live as a chessplayer in the UK. I know Grandmasters, smart people who've dedicated their lives to the game... basically living in poverty. And the sad thing is... there will be 12 year olds who are better players than them now...

These days... if I'm not being paid for it I don't feel 'obliged' to do or say anything. Truth is, I actually have enough money to do what I want really... but I'm still tight with money...

Because I remember how hard I had to work to get it. All those of years of 'education'. Knowing what I do about the world now, I wouldn't have gone to uni at 18. And it's like... before I wrote my novel I would buy LOADS of books...

Then I finished my novel and saw that not many people were buying it... and I stopped buying books really. It would have to be a VERY HIGH quality book for me to buy it now, something like Cornwell...

And I would do that partly because he's been generous enough with his time to talk with me a bit... no other famous proper writer has done that really...

It's like these days I will think how much will it cost me in petrol to get there?

And maybe I should loosen that up A BIT... because it's interesting to go to new places... but still keep it in mind...

Because materialism provides worth in some way. You need money to eat. Anyone can say anything to you... but if someone values you in some way they will pay you money in a job...

Ha... so yeah... materialism provides value.

Thursday, 29 November 2018

Could and Will...


Could and Will...

Time to blast out an exclusive Facebook article from my bed...

Could and Will...

This is actually inspired from a message that popped up on my computer. "Article 13 could have unintended consequences." I don't know how the hell how or why that came up... might be google.

But it inspired me to write. If someone is using the words 'could' or 'will' they can basically be GUESSING or saying what they HOPE will happen in the future,

And the great thing for them if they're using these words in this way THEY DON'T have to provide any EVIDENCE for what they're saying... because there ISN'T ANY.

Keep that in mind. Nobody really knows what will happen in the future...

Friday, 16 November 2018

Christmas Store


Progress has been made on Christmas store and it should be up by Sunday. Happy to hear from all about what products should be up there- I want there to be quality and value.

Thursday, 15 November 2018

Mark Howitt ‏ @MarkHowitt now More @theresa_may is a traitor and being directly honest if it was legal I'd do a lot more than sack her...


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@theresa_may is a traitor and being directly honest if it was legal I'd do a lot more than sack her...

Wednesday, 14 November 2018

Christmas Drop Shipping


The theme of my drop shipping site will be Christmas. More research done I still want the site up by Sunday.

Tuesday, 13 November 2018

Prime Writer


Moving into my prime as a writer...

Just going to do a Facebook exclusive article for now on why I feel I'm moving into my prime as a writer...

I think a lot of it is just cutting out the shit. I don't read any shit anymore. It just is nothing to me. I'll soak up great writers like Bernard Cornwell... sometimes I'll even read them multiple times just to feel the flow... but no shit.

I'm really not taking any shit from anyone and cutting the shit out of my diet. I think reading Cornwell just... tunes me into some positive masculine energy. Men were more like men in the past...

So stay tuned for more writing from me...

Monday, 12 November 2018

Drop Shipping


Will also be doing more dropped shipping today- happy to learn and network.

Goal Day


Up early, long walk done, bath done, chat to dad about shares done... now time for more shares!

Sunday, 11 November 2018

Four Hours of Drop Shipping


Four Hours of Drop Shipping research done.

Happy to network with others and want to get a site up in about a week.

Drop Shipping


Researching Drop Shipping now. A lot to learn yet I want to do it.

Thursday, 8 November 2018

Mark Howitt ‏ @MarkHowitt now More Shares have been going well the past few days... I have much more time to spend on them now. Happy to network with other good share investors.


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Shares have been going well the past few days... I have much more time to spend on them now. Happy to network with other good share investors.

Tuesday, 6 November 2018

@ImperialBrands soaring after results.


@ImperialBrands soaring after results.

Wednesday, 24 October 2018

ITV


Just bought @ITV ... quality share at a decent price. I like @ITV better than @BBCNews . Goes ex div tomorrow a buy at these levels.

Scottish Mortgages Investment Trust


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I will be in Manchester tonight from 6pm with Richard Howitt and @DeanStaveley for the Scottish Mortgages Investment Trust seminar at the Midland Hotel. Should be an interesting event and I look forward to networking.

Tuesday, 23 October 2018

Future Writing


Over 101,000 views on www.markhowitt.blogspot.com now along with a bit of political writing...

There's quite a lot more I could write politically... and some people wouldn't like it. Don't just have this idea Britain is all about fair play and free speech- it isn't. But at the end of the day everyone is doing what they think is best for themselves and I can't be intimidated by other people. That's not what being a writer is about. So stay tuned for more writing...

Monday, 22 October 2018

Decent start for shares today... will be watching to see if the Tories get rid of May... they should do!


Decent start for shares today... will be watching to see if the Tories get rid of May... they should do!

Sunday, 21 October 2018

UK


Over 4000 views JUST from the UK to www.markhowitt.blogspot.com in the past month... getting more popular :)

May


It only takes 48 Tory MPs to write a letter wanting May out to trigger a vote. It may well happen...

Walk


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Walk everyday is important... good chance to think. Might do more than 1 walk a day.

Friday, 19 October 2018

Anyone Can SAY Anything... but anyone can't DO Everything


Blasting this from my bed...

This is going to be a Facebook exclusive article for now... but will be on www.markhowitt.blogspot.com later...

Anyone can SAY anything but anyone can't DO anything.

"I'm going to fly to the moon in my car tonight. I fancy some green cheese so going to munch on some up there." I can say that. Of course I can't do it.

Actions speak louder than words. Sometimes successful people won't say much at all, they will just do things and win. I probably am guilty myself of 'saying' too much but I do do things every day.

That's why it's really important to review your goals to make sure you're making progress. I check my shares and bank account every day. That tells me how well I'm doing with my financial goal.

With my fitness goal I am going to weigh myself every day and walk every day when possible.

Actions speak louder than words. Make sure you deliver on your goals.

Thursday, 18 October 2018

Time for @theresa_may to go. We voted to leave the EU over 2 years ago. British taxpayers don't want to waste any more money on the EU.


Time for @theresa_may to go. We voted to leave the EU over 2 years ago. British taxpayers don't want to waste any more money on the EU.

FCA Update


@IGcom Contacted the @TheFCA about you in effect stealing money from me and will be contacting the @financialombuds if fair compensation is not given.

Wednesday, 17 October 2018

Appalling 'Service' From IG


@IGcom Appalling 'service' from you today regarding @CrestNicholson where the stop was ignored. Graham McLennan also has pathetic 'customer service' skills and should be fired. I want the different back between the closed price and the stop or I am going to the @TheFCA

Tuesday, 16 October 2018

New Review of Playing to Win


I'm a not a huge novel fan but I decided to take the time to read 'Playing to win' and I can honestly say it was time well spent. Great choice of vocabulary and give me a different prospective on life in the eyes of A young ambitious chess player. Excellent read and I definite recommend. The novel can be read within a week so does not drag on.

Monday, 15 October 2018

Anyone Can Say Anything


Blasting this out on a Monday...

Anyone can say anything. It's free to lie...

Ha, that sounds quite cynical but it's true. The amount of lies that most people tell every day is pretty high.

And there are many reasons why people lie. One might be social intelligence. "Oh darling... you look so great." That kind of shit.

More common though is people saying anything to further their agenda. Like take the EU campaign for example. There were probably lies on both sides, but there certainly were from the 'Remain' side. Apparently Britain was going to collapse if we voted to leave the EU. There would be MASS UNEMPLOYMENT AND A HOUSING CRASH.

Of course none of that happened.

Because people can only GUESS what will happen in the future. Nobody knows.

Remember everyone is doing what they think is best for themselves. So it's no problem for people to lie or say anything to get what they want. In the EU case... a lot of remainers were rich people who thought it would be better for them to stay in the EU, so they'd say anything to try and scare other people into believing it would be 'bad for the country' if we remained.

And then just quite commonly people will like lie or say anything because they just don't know.

So...

Just keep this is mind when you're going for your goals.

Saturday, 13 October 2018

My Future Writing


Blasting this out on a Saturday...

Saturday is still goal day for me and been making money...

And I've been thinking what my next writing will be...

My instinct is I will be doing some none share writing because I feel you can get a better style with it. I may well do some political writing. I want the flow to be nice and smooth and believe I can do that...

Contact me if you want me to do some paid writing. I'll be able to do a very good value rate... and I've been connecting with some decent people lately.

I feel more motivated than ever before now to achieve my goals and make money. I know to do this I'll have to push my comfort zone and do new things, meet new people... yet I'm ready to do that. Connect with me if we can help each other.

Thursday, 11 October 2018

Done another pound on @MarstonsPLC today... it's been oversold.


Done another pound on @MarstonsPLC today... it's been oversold.

Wednesday, 10 October 2018

Spread @AskLloydsBank again... cheap at this price.


Spread @AskLloydsBank again... cheap at this price.

Tuesday, 9 October 2018

Future


Rest assured now that I am a six figure writer on my personal website there will be more powerful writing to come. My best yet. Keep reading and supporting... what is to come will blow you away.

Sunday, 7 October 2018

One Hundred Thousand Views


Blasting this out after a fun night out in Hudds...


Part of me didn't expect to get here this quickly. Another part of me knows I should have been here before now.

Rupert Hargreaves got there before me. Chris Bailey got there before me. So much quicker...

This article is mainly for writers...

Understand that I was not supposed to get here. I've been assaulted, ridiculed, written off...

In 2009 I never thought I would have got here... I could barely write.

Understand this shit is nothing compared to what other writers had to go through. You think Nietzsche had it easy? He would have no where near one hundred thousand views of his writing while he was alive. He lived the life of a true writer and philosopher. Best writer of the 19th century though.

You think George Orwell, real name Eric Blair, had it easy? Like he's getting cash from the tv spin off show?

He was dying when he wrote 1984. He died about a year later and that was the best thing he ever wrote.

The truth is that living in the 21st century writers have it easy... in some ways.

But this is a very hard time to make money from writing. To make a living. In a way I don't care though. I'm crying writing this. The flow you get from writing is something you can't get with anything else. True writers never die.

If you're reading this and you're a true writer understand that you have to do it and you have to keep going. Maybe you've had to go through harder shit than I have. Maybe you've been reading me for years. My true readers know what I have written in all different forms.

I sometimes make the tounge cheek comment that I am 'world famous'. I am not world famous. But I have had people read my writing from most countries in the world. I am a British writer and proud to be one. I have put the Google translate on this site though so you can read it in your own language. And thank you if you're not a native English speaker reading this- I would find it very difficult to read anything in French.

Anyway it's still goal day. Thank you all for reading. There is more to come.

Saturday, 6 October 2018

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@Financial_Orbit And my readers are WINNERS from ALL AROUND THE WORLD.

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@Financial_Orbit If you're so keen find some site to get me to write for them for the BARGAIN PRICE of 20 pounds an hour and I'll do it.

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You KNOW I'm doing other stuff other than writing atm... 100,000 post will be powerful.

Over 97,000 views on http://www.markhowitt.blogspot.com and more to come. There will be a POWERFUL 100,000 post so LET'S GET THERE!


Over 97,000 views on http://www.markhowitt.blogspot.com and more to come. There will be a POWERFUL 100,000 post so LET'S GET THERE!

Tuesday, 2 October 2018

Mark Howitt Analyst at Quantom Hanson now Doing full time share job with Dean Staveley now for those checking out my profile.


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Doing full time share job with Dean Staveley now for those checking out my profile.

Monday, 1 October 2018

Global Reach


Share day today :) £££££


Share day today :) £££££

Sunday, 30 September 2018

Shares and other goals going well. Feel ruthless and ready to win.



Shares and other goals going well. Feel ruthless and ready to win.

Saturday, 22 September 2018

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Almost at 96,000 views for http://www.markhowitt.blogspot.com we will probably get there this weekend.

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BATS IMB RDSB AND HSBC all killing it.

Shares and spreads up £1800 on Friday.


Shares and spreads up £1800 on Friday.

Saturday, 15 September 2018

@Financial_Orbit has written me a POEM for my birthday... anyone who pays me a quid can read it it's quite good.


@Financial_Orbit has written me a POEM for my birthday... anyone who pays me a quid can read it it's quite good.

Thursday, 13 September 2018

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@Im_Cheaper_ @Morrisons one of the BIGGEST fallers on FTSE 100 today.

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@MarstonsPLC up today more money... and my short @Morrisons down nicely too.

Wednesday, 12 September 2018

Marstons Soaring


Marstons Soaring.

Friday, 7 September 2018

94,000 views on http://www.markhowitt.blogspot.com



94,000 views on http://www.markhowitt.blogspot.com

Tuesday, 4 September 2018

Enjoying my new job! Time to get more money :) £££


Enjoying my new job! Time to get more money :) £££

Monday, 3 September 2018

Network


I have much more time to spend on shares now and happy to network with other share investors.

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@CrestNicholson is nearly 9% yield paid soon... quality housebuilder well worth a look.

Sunday, 2 September 2018

Whitbread


@WhitbreadPLC finally came good on Friday... shows that patience pays. @Financial_Orbit 's tip of the year (for 2017) obviously brings the pounds in for him. I continue to hold and hope it can reach around 5000p.

Wednesday, 29 August 2018

Shares


I have more time to spend on shares now and will be aiming to make much more money. Ready to share ideas with other experienced investors.

Tuesday, 28 August 2018

Cheap Shares


I own and/or spread all of these.

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Stocks that I think are pretty cheap and worth a look... Royal Mail, Crest Nicholson, Taylor Wimpey, Marstons...

One Hundred Thousand


BOOM...

It's Tuesday and another share day. I sometimes get a bit bored on 'Bank Holiday Monday' with no shares but was was working on my goals yesterday pretty FULL ON...

We're not at 100,000 YET but I believe we will be by the end of the year. I've been doing lots of things other than writing so thought I would blast out a quick article before the market opens...

I'm only going to get to 100,000 by delivering honest authentic content. I could actually write about something that is interesting and I'm spending quite a bit of time doing... but I won't. Got to be focused on the goals...

Because a line I wrote hit home to me again recently.

"The world isn't full of nice writers trying to write."

It really isn't. You have to be focused and sometimes ruthless to reach your goals, as the world can be like that. If I've got something to do which will help me reach my goals other than write I will do it. I'm not trying to be Mother Teresa just writing out bits of advice. I have plenty to work on myself without spending time giving advice.

But yeah... I think that will be more or less all for now. Rest assured... there will still be more HARD HITTING and IMPACTFUL writing to come... yet I still have to put more time into my other goals too...

The best is yet to come.

Share day :) ££££


Share day :) ££££

Sunday, 19 August 2018

Marstons


Marstons is a bargain right now. Low PE, high yield, good cover. Did another pound a point on the share on Friday. Also hold the shares. Well worth look for both shares and spreads.

Friday, 17 August 2018

In my new job role I can tweet when I want... am ready to get more money in shares!


In my new job role I can tweet when I want... am ready to get more money in shares!

I'm in a new job role now. More details to follow... could be my best job yet.


I'm in a new job role now. More details to follow... could be my best job yet.

Thursday, 16 August 2018

There is more powerful writing to come...


There is more powerful writing to come...

Friday, 27 July 2018

Positive start for BT today, I continue to hold.


Positive start for BT today, I continue to hold.

Saturday, 21 July 2018

Writing When You Want


Blasting this out before heading out to HUDDS on Saturday night...

As a writer if you're not writing for money, you should write... when you want.

So ideally in this modern consumer instant gratification world... this means you should have enough money to live without getting money for writing. I've been at that stage for quite a while now... it means I can write what I want without having to 'suck up' to people...

That's quite a power. And with over 150,000 share article views worldwide and now over 92,000 views on www.markhowitt.blogspot.com ... it seems people are READING.

So yeah, that's a quick tip for you if you're a POOR writer. And obviously you might be a GOOD writer... but poor in terms of cash. Writing fiction is about the hardest thing you can do with the most brain power for the least cash for most people... I know that from getting 5p an hour for 18 months.

Use that brain power to make money in another way... and THEN write. You can do it.

Sunday, 8 July 2018

As Much Time


Blasting out a quick post on Sunday night...

It takes as much time to be a success as it does to be a failure.

The time will pass anyway, regardless of what you do.

Everyone has 24 hours in their day. It's what you do with them that counts.

Now you can decide what you call a 'success' or a 'failure'... but everyone can have their own goals they want to achieve. So you can simply say a success is someone who reaches their goals, a failure is someone who doesn't reach their goals...

Most people don't even have goals...

So yeah, I'm feeling pretty assertive myself with goals. I NEED to work on my diet on fitness though... two decent walks today. Will work on my upper body strength too. This is not hard to do, but MUST be done every day.

Read all you want about people who made an impact on the world. You'll find that practically everyone, everyone who did anything meaningful, put a LOT of time into getting good at their skill. Call it dedicated practice. Putting time in, pushing yourself, and working smart. That's what you've got to do.

Over 92,000 views now, MUST be 100,000 or more before end of year. Thanks for your support.

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@greeneking and @MarstonsPLC should both benefit from England's world cup win... as well as the economy as a whole hopefully!

Thursday, 5 July 2018

How Much Cash?


The Graham principle of at most 75% in shares is still basically true I think... 75% means you're v positive about the market... interest rates low now but there are many other ways to make money with money other than shares now...

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It’s far better to hold cash waiting for the right opportunity than it is to purchase the wrong investment in a hurry.

Monday, 2 July 2018

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Bought @MarstonsPLC as a regular share... bargain at these levels.

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Wednesday, 27 June 2018

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Directors have been buying more than £150,000 worth at higher prices than this... read @ruperthargreav1 article on it.

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Bought more @CrestNicholson today... timing was practically perfect on the day. I have more confidence in them than @Financial_Orbit . Low PE nice yield well covered.

Monday, 11 June 2018

GSK


Just sold @GSK one of my biggest holdings... nice profit and have received decent dividends over the years... readers from my @ShareProphets articles also will have made decent money.

Friday, 8 June 2018

Writing


Still want to blast out some powerful writing... my recent posts have been pretty good but want to do much more... I will do...

I'm aware of the changing world that's out there... finding the words to express how I feel about it is key.

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We have 30,000 views from the USA on www.markhowitt.blogspot.com now... more to come.

Getting money at all hours of the day :) ££££


Getting money at all hours of the day :) ££££

Wednesday, 6 June 2018

Marstons


Am long on @MarstonsPLC fairly large position now... could be another @greeneking ... I'm up over 32% on that one!

Friday, 25 May 2018

Thinking


Key thing I'm thinking now... you can always get back in. To both a long and a short position or a share. The yield will still be there practically all the time. So important to trust instincts with selling as well as buying... go with my gut.

Thursday, 24 May 2018

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Marstons will benefit from the better weather and world cup... think it can get to 110p or more quite quickly...

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Got to 91,000 pretty quickly on http://www.markhowitt.blogspot.com ... quite a lot of Russian and American views. 100,000 views in a few months...

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With spreads I think it is very important to trust my instincts... most of the time when I think something is 'pretty high' it goes down... and there is not much of a spread on the FTSE 100 shares I buy... need to act more quickly on instinct.

Instincts


With spreads I think it is very important to trust my instincts... most of the time when I think something is 'pretty high' it goes down... and there is not much of a spread on the FTSE 100 shares I buy... need to act more quickly on instinct.

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Gone long on @MarstonsPLC it's similar to @greeneking and cheap at these levels

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Wednesday, 23 May 2018

Goal Day


Day off regular work today so it's a lot of share investment time and other things... have quite a lot of short exposure with spreads which is working fine so far... happy to network and trade ideas.

Tuesday, 22 May 2018

Mark Howitt ‏ @MarkHowitt 3s3 seconds ago More Shorted @sainsburys it's overvalued atm... if the Asda deal gets through it may be delayed/conditions place on it too... in profit so far.


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Shorted @sainsburys it's overvalued atm... if the Asda deal gets through it may be delayed/conditions place on it too... in profit so far.

Sunday, 20 May 2018

No Emotional Attachment To Shares


Blasting out a quick but IMPORTANT stream of mind for you on Sunday...

You should have no emotional attachment to shares. If you own shares you are a shareholder, not an employee.

Even looking back on my life with Centrica shares... I was part of their share scheme but when I left I 'lost' my bonus shares. Centrica doesn't REALLY care about me although British Gas was a good company overall to work for...

For companies you have not even worked for there should be no emotional attachment. HSBC does not care about Mark Howitt. BP does not care about Mark Howitt. Sure I own part of the business and make money out of both shares but they don't care about me AS A PERSON.

So you should not hold onto a share just because you have for years or have any kind of feeling of 'loyalty' to them. They don't have loyalty to you. Chris Bailey is getting onto to make a spreadsheet of all my shares and see if I am making the most efficient use of my capital. I'm not literally going to do that but if I feel a share is overvalued I will sell it. I can always buy it back again if it drops down to a lower level.

With spreadbetting I can make a small financial allocation and get exposure to any share in the world.

So yeah... No Emotional Attachment To Shares. All that matters is how much money you make.

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Done 2 walks today and will be doing one or more per day!

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Shares and spreads going pretty well... BP, Shell, GNK and IAG all up nicely... always room for improvement though.

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Or like a zen monk you could say... but a bit more ruthless than a 'monk'... same none care for consumerism though.

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You have to be calm and 'learned' yet use your wizard power (and money) to see the right opportunity then strike.

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Zen wizard.

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Zen wizard is best description I can think of a good share share investor/trader.

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Saturday, 19 May 2018

Zen Wizard




To be a good share investor/trader you should almost be like a zen wizard. You have to be calm and see the opportunities then pounce at the right time. In a way it’s good to be almost emotionless when trading. You should never panic when there are losses as long as the fundamentals of the share remains the same.

There always will be chances to go ‘long and short’ practically every day but you just have to remain calm and pounce at the right time. And there are more things to go ‘long and short’ on than at any point in human history right now. There will be more in the future. So you kind of just have to hone your ‘wizard skill’ as much as possible and do it as much as possible.

To save time and energy you can always just let a spread hit its limit rather than watch it too much... you should have a clear target in mind when placing a spread that you want to hit.

Wednesday, 16 May 2018

Downside Risk



Downside risk



When you’re thinking of selling a share you should be aware of the downside risk. Best example I can think of is BT. Bought it around 92p in 2009. Got to nearly 500p in late 2015. Now it’s about 208p.

Or think how much BP dropped after the spill. Much higher now though.

It's good to be positive and optimistic but you should try and consider the downside risk in anything. What's the risk of not meeting new quality people? What's the risk of not maintaining relationships with good people?

It's a bit similar to 'opportunity cost'. What are the costs of keeping doing what you're doing and what could you gain or lose by doing something else?

If you have clear goals you'll know what you want so you will often go for it hard... but be aware of the risks too.

You can use it to your advantage in shares by shorting shares where people have not evaluated the downside risks enough. I still believe both Tesco and Morrisons are overpriced because some people don't really see the threat of Aldi and Lidl. They're not as big in London as they are 'up north' for example and I'm sure a lot of rich people have never shopped in Aldi... the threat is there though.

The downside risk is much more pronounced with spreadbetting because potentially you can lose a lot. If you think something is going to be flat or close to flat you shouldn’t do it.



On the flip side the upside risk is much higher. In the 1 minute it takes to place a trade you could make more than your day’s wages with a relatively small amount of money.


Time risk and do not be needy.



It’s very important not be needy… especially when you’re spending time in front of a computer.



Ideally how I feel is that I should get my results from what I’m doing then move onto something else. Don’t waste time just aimlessly browsing.


However you have to sometimes just be PATIENT with spreadbetting. It’s quite hard to know how much time to allocate it but if you’re doing it you should probably allocate a bit each weekday- it doesn’t have to be LOTS though.

You can save time to an extent doing this if you want by just having limit orders and letting the spreads hit them.

You should look at what is the return you are getting on your time and your money. Again trust your instincts.

I’m getting to the stage where I believe I KNOW something is good value and then I should certainly instinctively do it. I’m right at least 85% of the time. However if I look too much I may just do it when it is a quite good opportunity.



Anyway pleased overall with share performance... other areas in life room for improvement though. So less time on money and more time on other things..

Tuesday, 15 May 2018

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I guess we're at over 90,000 views because people like a REAL TALK share writer who buys and shorts shares not 'fake' writers who just write for the money but don't own the shares they say they love...

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Maybe I should just charge £6 a month to visit http://www.markhowitt.blogspot.com I think my share tips are at LEAST as good as @ShareProphets :)

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Honestly the way I feel about shares now is very positive... just closed my Taylor Wimpey spreads for a nice profit, ITV has been soaring up, IAG rocketing up, GNK flying up, SSE recovering, BP and SHELL both soaring...

Saturday, 12 May 2018

Connect


Shares and spreads doing well... happy to connect with interesting people this weekend :)

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@ITV has that mass market appeal that's good for ads.

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Shares and spreads doing well... happy to connect with interesting people this weekend :)

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Wednesday, 9 May 2018

Focus


Feeling very goal focused now... diet and exercise getting better which will help my whole life. Exercise every day.

Tuesday, 8 May 2018

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Bought @CrestNicholson good value at these levels... low PE over 6.75% yield and posh houses in nice areas.

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Actually happy it's a normal share day today- working yesterday every day is goal day.

Monday, 7 May 2018

Networking


I'm also at the point in my life where I won't tolerate any negativity or things that impact badly on my goals from anyone... while at the same time being open to cool people. People where we can mutually add value to each other. Connect if you're one of those people.

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Exercise is going well and diet is getting better... going to work on these things every day. Less money time more time on this.

Thursday, 3 May 2018

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So yeah... I will be writing MORE QUALITY CONTENT :)

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I really feel that's a fine way to write these days, as a lot of people have short attention spans.

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Economy of words.

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I like having a style which is minimalist.

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Maybe some more fiction or even a political post...

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Because sure I've had over 150,000 views worldwide on my share writing but it's quite hard to write a share article in an interesting style... although I've done it sometimes.

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Quite often during a day I think of a nice phrase I could write down... at some point I will do quite a bit of none share writing.

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In around two days time we will officially be over NINETY THOUSAND VIEWS on http://www.markhowitt.blogspot.com Thanks for your all support... and thanks to ME for creating great content ;)

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Yes reading is fine and most people should read more. BUT... I personally have read too much and not done enough. There are probably readers of mine who have done the same- that's why I wrote it. When you get past the 2,000 books mark you can be selective in what you read.

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Well worth reading Charlie M on reading https://25iq.com/2015/07/26/a-dozen-things-charlie-munger-has-said-about-reading/ … Never time wasted. Sure, you do learn by doing but it can be quite time anarchic. And time is the most valuable commodity an investor has...

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Very strong day for my shares and spreads yday... @ITV and @BP_plc rising nicely... @Morrisons short did well too. Day off today so more time for shares and networking.

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Hi...

Day off 'regular work' today yet still goal day... and I have an idea for an article...

Called Learn By Doing...

For too much of my life I have read too much. I got hooked young, brought into the library by my mother at about 3 or 4. I think I was conditioned to the mindset of- the more you read the more you know and the better you will be. And that's true TO AN EXTENT. But it's also not true.

You can read too much and your brain can get overloaded. And often just reading something is not the best way to learn it. Even with a subject you could consider partly theoretical like chess... you will definitely learn more by playing a lot rather than just reading about it. I remember at 14 reading up massively on chess history... to be a better player I should have just played as much as possible.

For something more physical it's even more about doing. For example running. I ran quite a bit in my teens- I was forced to by school. And looking back some of that was the toughest part of school, it hurt the most in a way. But you can also say that it brought some of the most practical benefits too. TBH I think when young it is good for education to have a forced physical aspect to it... you shouldn't have to push yourself too hard but I pushed myself pretty hard when running. And today I will continue with my daily exercise.

I still probably read too much now. The thing is you can read up on something so much... but when you come to actually DO IT you will often find things are different than what you have read. You probably won't get things perfect first time. However by just pushing yourself to learn new things you will gradually become better at learning. For new things that I am learning now... I have made some silly mistakes, but nothing too massive, yet I've learnt from them and won't do them again. I really think I am at the age now where I have to push my comfort zone.

Do things, learn things, reflect, then do them better.

Tuesday, 1 May 2018

Tesco


@sainsburys merger is bad news for both @Tesco and @Morrisons . Phoned my father and he sold out of his SBRY shares at a decent profit... I can see both Tesco and Morrisons share price moving much closer towards 200p.

BP


Strong results for @BP_plc today... they can still soar upwards! Long term, maybe within about 3 years, oil will reach 100 dollars a barrel. BP only needs it to be 50 dollars a barrel to be profitable.

Friday, 27 April 2018

ITV


@itv off to a good start... have more good short ideas than long atm... hit me up with tips if you're good!

Exercise done ready for another goal day :) ££££


Exercise done ready for another goal day :) ££££

Wednesday, 25 April 2018

Exericse


Exercise every day is going well- told people that I have to give money to charity if I don't do it is a strong motivator.

Monday, 23 April 2018

Ninety Thousand


Right...

Let's get right into it.

We have 90,000 views from all over the world now. By the end of the year, hopefully within six months, we will be at 100,000.

So this article is going to be partly about being ruthless when needed to reach your goals. If you are clear cut in your goals there are times when you have to be ruthless to reach them. That's because the world can be a ruthless place. The world isn't full of nice writers just trying to write. You should only be ruthless when needed- but there are times when you need to be.

If you see someone who is impacting negatively on you reaching your goals you should act on that RIGHT AWAY. Don't overthink it or be too nice- just act. Personally I have overthought it too much in the past but not any more. The more firmly you deal with it the less likely they are to mess with your goals again.

I will quickly state here- your goals should not be anything CRAZY like to kill people. You should have a reason for being ruthless. Most of the time I have been ruthless in the past is in a REACTIVE way when people have been ruthless to me first.

I think you have to have a ruthless streak in you to be a top writer these days. Nietzsche had it and it's needed now.

Yeah so you just have to have that focus on your goals to not take any shit when not needed.

Ha... quite an AGGRESSIVE tone there you could say.

The whole thing is... my goals overall will make the world a better place so I'll do what it takes to get there. I still want to be the best writer I can be, there is a lot more to come. At the same time... I want to make sure I am well paid enough for time spent on writing. I am not Mother Theresa. If you like my writing please donate or think of some other way to add value to me- that will motivate me to produce better content.

Whenever I start writing I just do it for the flow and to express what's on my mind. Maybe if I get truly famous as a writer historians will dig up poetry I wrote in the paper at four years old. I have a long way to go before people would go to that effort though- a lot of people who read are TOO PASSIVE myself included in some ways.

That's why I currently have a goal of exercise every day, or I have to give money to charity. I haven't for five years so that will be a strong motivator for me. Nothing hard about exercising you just have to do it. Have to improve my diet too.

But yeah let's talk about PASSIVE READERS a bit more. I've read over 2,000 books in my life. My life is decent now but it would be BETTER if I had just taken more ACTION based on the 'self help' books I've read. That's probably why I read less now, of regular books anyway. A lot of people don't read books at all, it's worth doing but you have to either ENJOY THE WRITING STYLE or get inspired to take action from the writing to make it really worthwhile.

Jumping in right here with more on this article...

When I was 19 I decided I could either just read books all my life or I could start writing one. So I started and that novel became Playing to Win. That's what really teaches you about writing- not just reading but writing a novel. 5p per hour but it was worth it in many ways. I didn't do it for the money although I thought it would make me more. Buy that if you want to support me.

It's free these days to set up your own blog so do it if you're into writing.

But yeah... a lot of writers died poor and I always knew I would never let that happen to me. Really the vast majority of writers have to have other income to be able to write- it's probably tougher to make money writing now relatively than a lot of points in history but I guess it's always been hard. People think about Harry Potter and imagine some writers get a lot of money. It's only the top 1% who do. I've had over £50 an hour for writing before but it's not consistent.

Still I think I will always like doing it for the flow...

Here's what Google is giving me when I'm looking at 'All Time' views... not sure it's totally accurate but it gives you a rough picture...


Lots of worldwide views... and too much passiveness from most people. HOWEVER I have connected with some great people with this blog and I believe I will connect with much more...

Anyway... for now this is the rough version of this post... will add more later. Thanks for you support. There is more to come.

Whitbread


Good rise for @WhitbreadPLC today... will it get to @Financial_Orbit 's target price of 5000p? I hope so because I still hold!

Exercise


I have to exercise every day or I have to 'give money to charity'... let's see how I do :)

Sunday, 22 April 2018

Prelude


90,000 article will be on www.markhowitt.blogspot.com in about a week. Expect some direct content I will make it a powerful one...

Shares


Busy goal day yesterday... yet I will state publicly now I want to go to the UK Investor Show in 2019. Now to get rich enough to make it a 'no brainer' as @Financial_Orbit orbit says!

Thursday, 19 April 2018

Shares


BP and @Shell soaring higher today... good day overall up nicely :) ££££

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Pretty good twitter figures...

Tuesday, 17 April 2018

Instinct


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Sunday, 15 April 2018

Share Investors


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Happy to network with more share investors today... will be examining some more shares and have plenty of money to buy!

Saturday, 14 April 2018

Global Reach



Networking


Doing quite a bit of poker and out in Huddersfield tonight...

Feel free to connect if you're cool... I'm available for share investment consulting and writing as well.

Thursday, 12 April 2018

Greene King


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I could make a hell of a lot of money in spreadbetting... maybe someday even doing it full time... we'll see how it goes and I have a lot to learn...

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Greene King killed it more than any share in the FTSE today... and my biggest spread was on Greene King... shows my INSTINCTS for spreads are still good.

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So yeah... bit tired but let's write some more stuff...

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@greeneking truly killed it today- more ££££ for @Financial_Orbit and me :)

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Wednesday, 11 April 2018

Instinct And Selling


Morning...

Just come out of a nice sleep and have this idea on my mind to BLAST OUT...

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So let's get right into the content.

Just over a year ago I hadn't sold any shares in over ten years. If you count closing spreadbets I have sold about 45 times since then... I have sold some regular shares too...

What have I learned from this?

I was brought up on the 'long term buy and hold' approach. 'Buy and hold forever.' Well... in the very long term you are dead. Nobody has lived for ever yet (although one ex employer thought he would...)

So at SOME point in your life you are probably going to sell some shares, if you have any. And I've always known that deep down so now I am learning how to sell shares. The act of selling shares is not physically hard even if it may be psychologically hard if you have done long term buy and hold for a long time. But in reality you just click the sell button.

Saturday April 14th Update...

What are the 'risks' or capital investment of buying a share or doing a spreadbet? Well for a share the buying cost for me can be around 1% or slightly less. 0.5% stamp duty, £5 dealing cost. Then there is the eventual cost of selling the share for £5. Then having thought about it there is the capital cost and time investment of that capital. When I am buying a share usually the minimum time I would hold it is at least six months- otherwise it would be better to spreadbet it. In fact the only time I have held a share for less than six months is with Bovis- should just have held that even though I made a high percentage in a few months- influenced by Chris Bailey there, nobody is right all the time.

What are the capital risks or investment of owning a spreadbet? There is the spread cost, which on a FTSE 100 company could be 0.25% or less. Then the spread cost of selling, again around 0.25%. Then there is the small 'daily charge' you incur for having a spreadbet. You can get 3, 6 or 9 month options to avoid this charge... you will be paying more for the share at the start but if you sell it before these periods you can get a higher than normal price for the share too. This area is something I have to learn more about- I have done both but at the moment only have daily funded bets.

So there is no point doing a spreadbet if you think the price will stay flat, or even close to flat, for a sustained period. That period can even be a month. Ideally you should be aiming for good gains- but don't CHASE them sometimes you have to give spreadbets time. Never panic and sell too soon- you should keep a daily view on your limits and stop losses too. Chris Bailey only does spreadbets in 'extreme situations'.

Key thing that has been buzzing around in my head about spreadbetting over the past few days...

Sometimes you may only need one or two 'ideas' at a time. Greene King was the best spread idea over the past 3 days in the FTSE... and it was my biggest spread. With more of a capital investment in it I could have made an absolute fortune- it was still my biggest spread and I did very nicely. Looking backwards, ideally ALL my capital should have been in Greene King. In fact, imagine if I had sold ALL my shares and just put it on spreadbets on Greene King... just the rise in the past two trading days would have made me around one million pounds...

You can't look back though you can only look forward. I still own Greene King shares and got the timing close to perfect there. Including stamp duty and dealing costs the shares are still up over 20% in just over 2 weeks...

Really it all about identifying those key shares seeing they are FUNDAMENTALLY GOOD then taking advantage of the positive catalyst. Buying a fundamentally good share or spreadbetting before a key results date or before good news is key...

Same with shorting. This can effect even fundamentally good shares... you want to short before the bad results date or bad news is made public... I have quite a lot more to learn about shorting though...

Key difference between shares and spreadbetting- how much you can win and lose. You can win and lose a lot more with spreadbetting. I actually have relatively little money in spreadbetting at the moment having exited a number of positions in the past 2 weeks. All of the exits were done with nice gains.

Let's hit it off with one very recent example. I sold Royal Mail a few days ago for around 572p. It fell quite sharply on Friday after I sold it. 572p was around a three year high. I think that is a key factor in selling shares- if you have a yield on a fundamentally decent but 'low growth' share of Royal Mail of around 4% and an OK PE of around 12.5... coupled with many brokers thinking it is a sell it is OK to sell.

Because you have to be aware of that 'downside risk'. Remember you can ALWAYS buy a share back again if it say falls 10% for no fundamental reason. The opportunities will always be there.

The fundamentals of selling are similar to the fundamentals of buying in my mind. I've gone over this many times but in a nutshell if the PE is TOO high and there isn't much of a dividend yield you may think about selling. Of course I still have much to learn about selling but here are some thoughts I have about it...

A lot of times I trust my instincts when to sell a share. Yet... you have to be careful not to look at shares TOO much. You can let a share hit a limit order then sell- if there is no cost involved in this it is fine just to set one up if you are prepared to edit it at least once a day. Basically you should be looking for that moment when selling a share... I can see this is OBVIOUSLY overvalued now, time to sell.

You have to be aware of the potential 'risks' or 'headwinds' (that is a popular investment writing word... Mr Rupert Hargreaves likes that one ;)). Like with BT... it is going to be a LONG time if ever before it reaches 500p again. Some of this risks can be hard to see others not. But you have to be aware of a risk that could send the share slamming down... remember that you can always use that money from selling for other shares... or just SPEND IT ON YOURSELF which is something I am learning to do too!

So yeah with shorter term trading when selling you need to know key dates like ex dividend dates and result dates. When spreading if you can spread with a juicy dividend date coming up soon on a fundamentally good share you can well turn a profit. Think Taylor Wimpey and ITV recently...

So yeah... just so you know I am going to slam out a NONE SHARE NINETY THOUSAND post when we reach ninety thousand. Just had this idea for instinct article and it turned out nicely. Time to win more on my goal day...

Tuesday, 10 April 2018

Shares


Well... shares and spreads KILLED IT TODAY... with @GSK BP., Shell... many things POWERING UP. I'm in shares for LIFE and ready to get more ££££

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I spent a bit of time looking at my twitter followers, Facebook friends and LinkedIn connections...

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And it's a large percentage of high quality winners... even if I do get more 'famous' I would still value quality connections over quantity... spending more time with high value people to reach mutual goals...

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If you want more twitter info on my views... I can get over 40,000 tweet impressions a month now...

Monday, 9 April 2018

Morrisons


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@Im_Cheaper_ Plus @AldiUK is cheaper... that's it really...

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@Im_Cheaper_ I shorted @Morrisons again today and it kind of hits home why @AldiUK will just continue to take their market share... Morrisons do too many things so there are TOO MANY THING THAT CAN GO WRONG.

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@Im_Cheaper_ It's interesting though...

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@Im_Cheaper_ Getting your tweets flooding my timeline again today...

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Friday, 6 April 2018

My Instinctive Thoughts On Shares And Making Money


Right...

Let's get right into an article...

Firstly...

I'm a bit tired at the moment because this has been a full working week. I worked on the bank holiday despite snow. Every day is goal day.

Share and spread performance this week has been very good overall. BP, GSK, RDSB, SSE... they all recovered. I could tell they were all cheap. A lot of my FTSE 100 shares are still relatively cheap.

I managed to exit quite a few spreads in profit today and over the past few days. Practically everything I've 'closed' has been profit recently- and spreads such as Taylor Wimpey are fighting back. I spread Taylor Wimpey earlier in the week at close to perfect timing. It can certainly reach 200p a share again quite soon despite going ex dividend.

So yeah let's touch on a few other things.

I haven't talked to my share mentor Chris Bailey in about a week. I won't totally get into why. But I understand he has other things to do.

I say he is my share mentor and he is. But you could also say my father is my share mentor too. I was only fifteen years old when he gave me a share magazine and told me to pick some shares as I had too much in cash. I didn't know anything about shares then but I chose Manchester United. He said that was OK and bought some too. I still have the certificate in the new house.

I made over 100% plus dividends.

My dad doesn't even look at shares that much these days but has quite a lot of the same shares that I do. I talked to him today and he managed to get a better deal on his gas and electricity with a company I had never even heard of. I guess you can teach an old dog new tricks.

My father has been investing in shares before Chris Bailey was even born.

Even my grandfather had some shares.

So it's my duty in a way to carry on the Howitt tradition...

It's a Brave New World now though. My dad never shorted shares. He never spreadbet. It was much harder to twenty years ago- the internet wasn't even widespread...

Part of me being a share investor now is trying to take advantage of when shares are too cheap AND too expensive. There is a multitude of opportunities. Maybe I will just learn a set number and take advantage of when they are cheap or expensive. FTSE 100 shares are better for spreadbetting though as the spread is much lower. I have some spreads on Greene King at the moment but the spread is a bit too big on that one. It has to be quite a compelling opportunity to spread a FTSE 250 share.

Slamming in a bit more after Wheelie D chat... yeah I am going to spend some more time learning the TA side of things... it's not something that like massively instinctively appeals to me TBH but it will help me make money so I'll do it. Hopefully get Wheelie to tell me some things TBH... he was the first person I really chatted to about spreads and we chat most days... he's v into TA...

So yeah... I talk to other people about ideas. I read about ideas. I closed out of IAG today as a spread which Chris said not to go for. But really it's just another version of Easyjet really... I still hold IAG shares.

The court case against Lloyds is over now. My lawyers believe there may well be a favourable outcome. I do too. Three and a half years in the making but I do believe another chunk of money will be coming my way.

Understand that I remember everything important that happens to me. Illegal builders who have disturbed me will not go unpunished. I have a very good track record with legal claims and complaints.

Yet anyway I see the chance to make more money in the future and I will do so.

Thursday, 5 April 2018

Share Investor


Shares and spreads truly KILLED it today... @BP_plc @shell ... everything up big time. Readers around the world read me because I'm a REAL TALK share investor... I manage to overcome obstacles to WIN :) £££

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@Im_Cheaper_ is an interesting twitter account about @Morrisons

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Thanks for your support. It really is some inside information into the company that they employ such liars... fundamentally though @AldiUK and @LidlUK will just continue to take its market share...

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Closed @cineworld position today with a nice profit... originally got that tip by reading @ruperthargreav1 articles...

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I'm short @Morrisons again... way overvalued. My local Morrisons, one of the better ones despite employing liar Violet Rowan, has lost a lot of customer since @AldiUK opened. PE of over 20 is far too high...

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Won BIG poker poker and shares off to a good start...

Morrisons


I'm short @Morrisons again... way overvalued. My local Morrisons, one of the better ones despite employing liar Violet Rowan, has lost a lot of customer since @AldiUK opened. PE of over 20 is far too high...

Saturday, 31 March 2018

Poker


Most poker for ages yesterday... resulted in me leaving a lot of players with felt... Probably higher stakes today!

Wednesday, 28 March 2018

Virgin Liars


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We do not offer compensation Mark. If you've reported an issue to the team via phone, and it's been down for 24 hours, we'd credit the 24 hours loss of service ^JGS


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I'm going to the regulators right now.

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You think I'm going waste ANOTHER 20 minutes of my time talking to Indian liars on the phone?

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Oh you don't know who you're dealing with.

Monday, 26 March 2018

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Examining some shares to buy today...


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Still will smash out some interesting writing... lots of thoughts in my head at the moment.

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Still ready to smash my goals.

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Been hindered by @virginmedia and the 'Pollard Family' trying to intimidate me.... they will pay in time don't worry.

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Saturday, 24 March 2018

Oil


Big rise for oil yesterday- over 70 dollars a barrel now. Been writing about it for years but eventually it will get to over 100 dollars a barrel eventually. Good news for my @BP_plc and @Shell shares.

I went long on #IAG yesterday


I went long on #IAG yesterday.

Saturday, 10 March 2018

Aldi


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There were about 7 customers waiting. I said to her "Because they're cheap and want to save money. That's the real reason." They opened another till.

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9 year old girl, who seemed quite smart, said "Why do @AldiUK only have one till open?"

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