I have changed my methodology slightly. This time, I am looking at 4 weeks worth of data (the weeks of 31-May, 07-Jun, 14-Jun, 21-Jun) from TD Waterhouse. The same principle applies: I look at the top 10 buys and sells, and eliminate shares appearing as both buys and sells. Here are my results:
- CWC - Cable & Wireless Comm - 40.62p
- NG. - National Grid - 614.32p
- PIC - Pace - 107p
- VOD - Vodafone - 164.26p
- ANTO - Antofagasta - 1408.18p
- EO - Encore Oil - 63.50p
- SOLO - Solo Oil - 1.40p
I am happier with the way the list has turned out this time, as it shows some more consistent themes, rather than a lot of to-ing and fro-ing within the same sector. Commodities is out the window, and investors have opted for techie and/or safety. Will investors be proved right in dumping their junior oilies? Will Pace finally sort their supply issues out and resume growth, or was that delay in a customer contract an ominous sign of things to come? I'll let you know in 6 months time.
In the meantime, happy and prosperous investing.
Edit 08-Jul-2011: FT-ALLSHARE corrected from 3210 to 3120.