I talked at the link above about a fundamental value for Barclays shares of closer to 300p and I stick with this given the core bank return on tangible equity in excess of 13%...
...and a tangible NAV of just under 280p even applying a discount for the continued wind-down of the non-core bank.
So I remain a holder in hope of 300p+ a share - certainly my instinct is not to even considering to sell any shares until at least there is a '3' in front of it.
Barclays is not out of the woods at all but with a combination of growth scope at Barclaycard and its African operations, simplification assisting the utility-like retail banking division and focus assisting the investment bank there are angles still for shareholders. Barclays shares may have generally been grinding up this year but to remain hopeful of a grind past 300p remains a reasonable view.