Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aldermore LSE:ALD London Ordinary Share GB00BQQMCJ47 ORD GBP0.10
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.40p +0.63% 225.30p 223.90p 225.90p 225.80p 223.50p 223.90p 18,869.00 08:09:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 224.7 94.7 22.7 9.9 776.70

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/12/2016
21:14
It doesn't really matter Investec have been saying that from the 130 area. I remain long and would love to see it move higher through this congestion area
cc2014
05/12/2016
14:48
I've no idea, can only see the headline...
che7win
05/12/2016
08:47
.... what did the rest of the article say che7win. Don't keep us in suspense!
future financier
02/12/2016
22:04
IN THE KNOW: Aldermore Margin Consensus "Patently Absurd" - InvestecSource: Alliance NewsChallenger banks will be the biggest beneficiaries of the Bank of England's Term Funding Scheme but Aldermore Group remains the top pick for...
che7win
01/12/2016
09:50
It's underpriced, mortgage lending taking off again last month.
che7win
01/12/2016
08:39
good all the way to 234-237 as I stated the other week. Still less than 10x earnings
steptoes yard
01/12/2016
08:36
Breaking out now, looks like a lot more in the tank yet.
igoe104
22/11/2016
19:22
It's all good on here. It seems the stock is finally staring to get the re-rating it deserves. Fingers crossed for the budget tomorrow
cc2014
22/11/2016
17:53
Tremendous day for this stock today, there is little resistance up to 237 now but quite a bit around that level. Chris Patrick btw is a good find for the non exec, no doubt he'll have his eye on the AnaCap holding over and above anything else but he's an intelligent chap, I wouldn't pick a fight with him mind he is a big guy :-/
steptoes yard
17/11/2016
16:07
Can`t understand why it fell so low in the first place? crazy world that doesn't make sense sometimes. expect these to continue creeping up over the next few months.
igoe104
17/11/2016
14:12
Markets climb the wall of worry you are referring to CC. I think this rests on whether this can attract a multiple of 12x rather than 9x earnings over the next year. This is possible as ALDs capital base improves, the negative headwinds are always there. I still like these.
steptoes yard
17/11/2016
12:37
I think the next 18 months should be plain sailing and the challenger banks are going to continue to grow at a pace that will see the share price back nearer 300. I can see anything that's holding this back except for the continued scaremongering that's bound to continue
cc2014
14/11/2016
16:00
I see today the share price has just about clawed back and is nearing its 'open market' admission of price of £2.08 set on 10/03/15. What a journey, I wonder what will the next 18 months bring?
mazarin
10/11/2016
09:34
Good points...which suggests a trend. I cannot see a trend that's my problem
steptoes yard
10/11/2016
09:25
Steptoe - Because the loan book is still growing at an annual rate of 20% and they are maintaining their Net Interest Margin. Just that they appear to have a high "churn" rate in their book of business - and that is rarely healthy. Now - it may be down to the mix of business being written - but that level of detail is only included in annual results.
future financier
10/11/2016
09:08
FF, If they are losing loans at a rate of 30% how have you determined that there is growth that will translate into profits and dividends please?
steptoes yard
10/11/2016
09:01
Agree superficially nice update - but ALD seem to be losing loans rather quickly - net new lending in period of £2.3Bn - but net loans up by just £1Bn. So £1.3Bn of redemptions in 9 months on a book of £6Bn implies they are losing loans at an annualised rate of 30%. They are going to have to keep running very hard to stand still. That said there is no denying the growth and I look forward to that being translated into profits. And Dividends!
future financier
10/11/2016
08:54
FF, ahh sorry i see what you are saying, as deposits don't count as part of their Tier 1 or Tier 2 capital base, but the notes do (as Tier 2).
hutch_pod
10/11/2016
08:54
Tremendous update given what has been banded about by many since summer 2015. Still a good spec at less than 9 years earnings
steptoes yard
10/11/2016
08:29
Good update
che7win
10/11/2016
08:18
No it is for the reasons set out in my post 1056 - they have to reinforce their regulatory capital base in order to be ALLOWED to lend more (so that depositors funds are not put at risk in the event of borrower default). They still have to attract the deposits from punters with dosh in order to have the money to lend out. No smoke and mirrors, no magic - just very simple common sense!
future financier
09/11/2016
22:41
Presumably because they can't just borrow more - customers have to deposit it. Although you might think they could lift the rate a little bit to attract more..
hutch_pod
26/10/2016
19:57
They simply type some numbers in a spreadsheet and enter 60million, then the next cell, they type 600 million and that's it. its as simple as that, they create money out of thin air. Can I?
isaready
26/10/2016
15:26
Thanks Future Financier, Now I understand!
che7win
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