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Admiral (LSE: ADM) looks to me to be another top stock that’s currently too cheap to pass up. Shares in Admiral are trading at a forward P/E of 16.8, which may seem expensive at first glance but Admiral is a long-term growth story. Over the next three years, City analysts expect the group to increase pre-tax profits by around 30%. Further growth could be on the cards if the company’s international operations report maiden profitability.
Admiral’s steady growth is complemented by a 6.6% dividend yield. Such a combination of growth and income is usually tough to find so shares in the firm may be worth snapping up before the market catches on to this opportunity.|
|Did you light the fuse Gary with mr Beazley|
|lol they've Sussed out it's a bargain mms searching for shares lately|
|Seems that way.SP recovered from 1680 to 1750.|
|This is a steal under 17 for sure|
|They know all bout fines in the $billions...|
|I'm on the button|
|And the fall has gathered some pace this morning , any known reasons for today's fall?|
|I think you have answered your own question there Linton, everyone thinks as you do, why buy today if they are down tomorrow?|
|I can't fathom this stock out pru and Aviva and a couple more never get hammered but admiral does, they have a great divi policy and results are always positive but down they go. Gonna buy some of these soon|
|Keep an eye on Clln essentialinvestor|
|Could there be an opportunity for DLG to take share from Admiral in this case?,
if the FT report is accurate.|
|The 'Ogden' tables help actuaries, lawyers and others calculate the lump sum compensation due in personal injury and fatal accident cases. There has been a change to the calculation - see markets live FT|
|HSTG doing better. I have sold Admiral and bought HSTG|
|Same over at DLG,and other Insurers.|
|Chart looks like continuing to fall. Maybe the next results will fix, or maybe the market knows something we don't.|
|I can't understand how this share is unloved considering it's previous updates,most stocks have taken off but not poor old admiral.great divi aswell|
|Is there a reason for the sudden drop at 1500 today?|
|To all ADM shareholders. I have today put a Limit sell order on my holding in ADM of £25,to stop Shorter,s from loaning the shares from my broker,which they can do for a fee,without me or you knowing about.I suggest you do the same.|
|Shore always seem to be quoted when it comes to insurers, not really why sure except they are typically bearish.
Was hoping for some proper weakness here but seems it's not to be, will just have to leave them on my watchlist for now.|
|Anyone think DLG may be looking value currently?, I do and wondering
If missing something - not for the fist time )|
|Admiral’s ‘Brexit’ blues - HTTP://citywire.co.uk/money/the-expert-view-indivior-legal-and-general-and-admiral/a943034?ref=citywire-money-picture-galleries-list#i=4
Shore Capital has kept its ‘sell’ rating on Admiral after insurer reported a hit to its capital buffer following the ‘Brexit’ vote.
Shares in Admiral (ADML) fell 7.9% to £20.76 yesterday as the insurer flagged in half-year results that the fall in interest rates following the EU referendum had increased the value of its claim liabilities. That has reduced the level of cash it holds as a buffer, although it is still well above the minimum the insurer is required to hold under ‘Solvency II’ rules.
‘A number of features of Admiral’s 2016 interims are likely to worry the market,’ said Flanagan. ‘We expect most attention to focus on the fall in Admiral’s Solvency II coverage ratio from 206% to 180% at the end of June.
‘The group hopes to avoid further such falls via the use of a volatility adjusted yield curve which would have increased the figure back to 196%. We await details of the move and whether it will impact the group’s return of capital strategy. We also wait to see what “Brexit” brings the group in respect of its Gibraltar domicile and the passporting rules for its European operations.|
|I'll take it as a buying opportunity, then. Thanks for the link Phil.|
Admiral shares take a tumble as it warns on Brexit issues - including capital strength and passporting
++Its solvency 2 measure fell from 206% to 180% in the first half of this year
++Insurer said lower interest rates increased the value of claim liabilities
++Insurer also warned about fears over passporting rules in the EU
Read more: HTTP://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-3745053/Admiral-shares-tumble-warns-Brexit-issues-including-capital-strength-passporting.html#ixzz4HbuAVqyr|