Your trading suggests do not really care what LLOY is actually worth.
Your trading suggests that you will continue to “invest” ( for clarity: the quotes indicate that I suspect the meaning of that word in this context - not that you have ever used the word) provided the price continues to be volatile. I think that is true but of course I may be wrong, as ever. e.g yesterday at 8:44 62.24 short, 16 minutes later 62.04 close. (source: barcplus.proboards.com). I note that Blackrock and Harris have over 3.5 bn shares - to me that is “investing” and they are “investors”, not those having a CFD or spread bet with IG or other provider for 16 minutes.
Some of us actually care not only what it will be worth in 5 - 10 - 15 - 20 years time but also that it will continue to provide us with a sustainable income for years to come. From my reading here and on barcplus.proboards.com you do not take dividends from Lloyds. So I, @regardless and possibly others on this board approach LLOY from a totally different perspective. I, for one, continue to believe that Lloyds Bank, Bank of Scotland, Halifax Building Society, Scottish Widows, MBNA and all the other subsidiaries listed on page 289 of the accounts will provide me with a reasonable income for years to come - particularly those shares I picked up at 26p some years ago.
I am also fairly sure Antonio and his teams will ensure that the business will continue long after I am dead. They have already survived the financial crisis, paid the Government back, and the PPI fiasco, etc.
However, I am equally sure that the stock markets around the world will continue to provide you with all the volatility you need. Not only on this share … but on most stocks traded on all exchanges.