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Re: fixedincomeinvestments.co.uk

Posted: February 21st, 2019, 2:22 am
by 2boi
No Taber tweets since 20th Dec, hope he's OK. He's been quoted in yesterdays Telegraph but I don't know if it was a current quote: "Mark Taber, a bond analyst, said some Pibs could still be attractive and to consider larger mutuals that have avoided riskier lending"
www telegraph co uk/investing/news/bonds-can-pay-10pc-interest-life-catch/

Re: fixedincomeinvestments.co.uk

Posted: February 21st, 2019, 10:00 am
by dspp
If he is well, and if he does not want the overhead & hassle of running his own site, then subject to the usual I am sure he would be made most welcome by all Fools if he were to want to post on TLF.

Best wishes to him if he is unwell.

regards, dspp

Re: fixedincomeinvestments.co.uk

Posted: March 1st, 2019, 11:28 am
by 2boi
h t t p s : \\ sites . google . com \ site \ fixedintereststocksresource \ home is still up but all the links come to this forum

(why am I not allowed to post links properly :( )

Re: fixedincomeinvestments.co.uk

Posted: March 1st, 2019, 11:31 am
by kiloran
2boi wrote:(why am I not allowed to post links properly :( )

New users need to have made a minimum number of posts (5??) before the use of links is allowed. This helps to reduce spammers.

--kiloran

Re: fixedincomeinvestments.co.uk

Posted: March 1st, 2019, 2:55 pm
by PinkDalek
Google suggests a Mark Taber may have been quoted in this Premium article dated 20 February 2019:

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/n ... ife-catch/

20 Feb 2019 - Mark Taber, a bond analyst, said some Pibs could still be attractive and to consider larger mutuals that have avoided riskier lending, such as Halifax, Skipton and ...

I'm also pleased to note (without giving precise details) that he would appear to be active at his tennis club and is said to be organising a tournament on 7 April 2019, for those in the area.