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|vfast - you may want to credit whoever advised you to use HL as they normally send out the usual thank you type awards|
|Barclays outsource their SIPP trading account to A. J. Bell and the value of that portfolio will also be aggregated to any other trading accounts one has with Barclays SB.|
|AJ Bell are also very good.|
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|Thanks once again for the information MG.
I'm tempted to hang on now. It is £30 per stock to transfer, I'm only holding 3 stocks.
However I have contacted HL and they are sending the appropriate forms.|
|vfast, fwiw - if you choose to wait until the new platform/monthly fee is introduced next year then you wont have to pay the current Barclays transfer fee (which I thought was £30 per stock) since this is one of the current charges being dropped by them when the new portfolio fee is introduced. Also their new online transaction charge will be £6. These are two of the reasons why I'm going to wait for the new platform/fee structure to be introduced before I finally decide to remain or change to an alternative provider.|
|Thanks Gary, pleased to hear that.
I had no problem with Barclays SB but their cost structure is changing and not to my benefit.|
|vfast,Yes HL,are one of the best.I can verify.|
Yes it will be £200 for me with BSB.
I’m changing to Hargreaves Lansdown which charge the same has Barclays for trading online £11.95 but have no monthly holding fee plus if I transfer to HL they will give me £500 for a portfolio £150,000 or over which more than covers Barclays £90 fee for the transfer of 3 stocks. (£410 in pocket/34 free trades)
I've been informed by people using HL they are good so I will soon find out.
|vfast - as far as I understand it they are introducing an annual fee of 0.1% on an aggregate portfolio value up to £200,000 and no charge to portfolio values above that level. This will be levied on a monthly basis starting sometime next year when they migrate clients to a new trading platform they are planning to introduce. Therefore that would cost you £200 per annum if your portfolio was worth £200,000 or more. At the same time they are reducing the individual share dealing charge by 20% which will offset some or all of this new fee so I guess that it is a case of swings and roundabouts that each individual has to compute against their own investment/trading activity.
At the moment I do not plan to move my account elsewhere, especially since I do not know how effective their new trading platform will be.|
Barclays SB fee structure is changing and in the new structure I'll be paying £200 PA holding fee so I'm moving my account.
Any thoughts or comments?|
|I know she is going to win, what a choice, rather have Trump.|
|I believe it would be better for the financial markets if Hillary Clinton won the US election hence better for CLIG however I wouldn't vote for either candidate (frying pan or the fire).|
|Added here too.|
|Markets are down, but that spike lower looks like quite an overreaction. In any case I've used the opportunity to load up the truck below 335p.
Perhaps we'll see some more craziness if Trump wins, which is why I've left some cash on the sidelines just in case...|
|AUM down slightly to $4.2bn, maginal under performance compared to the MSCI Index which was fairly flat.|
|To all CLIG shareholders. I have today put a Limit sell order on my holding in CLIG of £5,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.|
|Aleman - Rem policy and Employee incentive plan
One to watch|
|Quite big votes against 3 and 19, whatever they were.
|Added again, 3.72 this time.|
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|I suspect that the only buyer is the staff participation fund he is proposing
bit of a minor obstacle he needs a vote at the AGm
but then he can vote his own shares!!!!|
|Worth bearing in mind that yesterday's sale represented just over 1/3 of the 145,186 shares Barry Olliff bought at 295p on 23/6/16. He's made a nice little turn on them in just over 3 months.
Of the 500,000 he sold at 350p, 250k were sold on 18/2/15 & 250k were sold on 17/4/15. See Deals tab - HTTP://www.directorsholdings.com/company/CLIG/City%20of%20London%20Investment%20Group%20PLC|
I believe he sold the 500k shares at £3.5 in a number of different lots.
If would be better if he could place the shares with II's but never the less they will be taken up.
I also believe FUM will increase further this year and next year and the dividend will be upped in 2017.
IMO this is a very attractive share to hold.|
You'd imagine that they must have tried to place the whole lot but only managed 50k.
Someone must have been desperate for the income as normally in those situations you would only commit conditional on the whole lot being placed|
|Topped up today.|
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|Barry Olliff sold 50k shares yesterday. Still 450k to go which may hold the shares back in the short term.|