Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Leisure & Gaming LSE:LNG London Ordinary Share GB00B071S784 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 5.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 21.9 1.6 1.0 5.4 4.72

Leisure & Gaming (LNG) Latest News

Real-Time news about Leisure&Gaming (London Stock Exchange): 0 recent articles
More Leisure & Gaming News
Leisure & Gaming Takeover Rumours

Leisure & Gaming (LNG) Share Charts

1 Year Leisure & Gaming Chart

1 Year Leisure & Gaming Chart

1 Month Leisure & Gaming Chart

1 Month Leisure & Gaming Chart

Intraday Leisure & Gaming Chart

Intraday Leisure & Gaming Chart

Leisure & Gaming (LNG) Discussions and Chat

Leisure & Gaming Forums and Chat

Date Time Title Posts
29/8/201210:12Leisure & Gaming: the owners' thread 20101,125.00
17/12/201000:12Leisure & Gaming in 2008/20093,187.00
18/11/201013:29Insider FT writer Cliff says buy, get stuck in or miss out19.00
30/10/201008:15Leisure and Gaming in 2012.2.00
27/10/201014:03CAPTAIN JACK HARKNESS RAN AWAY LIKE A COWARD9.00

Add a New Thread

Leisure & Gaming (LNG) Most Recent Trades

No Trades
Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
View all Leisure & Gaming trades in real-time

Leisure & Gaming (LNG) Top Chat Posts

DateSubject
15/9/2011
15:02
davidosh: IG....you have a short memory. I held GVC and organised a shareholder group meeting with the directors in March 2010 from memory when they did that very unshareholder friendly share options buy back deal that gave the directors nearly a million in straight cash. I sold up. The GVC share price two years ago was £2.20 and is now half that. My overall portfolio is up over 40% in that time so holding on to GVC would have been a bad move. Staying invested in LNG was a bad move as at one point I was 40% up on my holding but I make bad decisions too. Comparing GVC and LNG is pointless.
17/9/2010
12:30
conlon2: Our Cliff - Hello all, In response to enquiries from several Fools Followers of Leisure & Gaming may be aware that I have not posted about LNG at 'the other place' since the firm released its Q4/09 results on 28 January. Likewise, LNG was my entry into the Nicky Fraser Trophy for 2010, but I removed my write-up a month ago. Conspiracy theories abound as to my self-imposed exile! There is only one reason for my 'radio silence' as regards LNG: As owner of ~6% of this firm, it is assumed that I carry a lot of influence as regards the company, thanks to my access to its directors and other major shareholders as a 'significant shareholder'. Given this, I have agreed with Colin Eastaugh (LNG's chairman) and Richard Creed (CEO) not to comment on LNG for the foreseeable future. However, I look forward to analysing the 2009 preliminary results and Q1/10 trading update due three weeks today (22 April). I note that LNG's share price has dropped 50% from the September 2009 peak. This is of no concern to me, as I have never sold a single share in LNG and have no plans to do so. Cliff
27/5/2010
11:45
conlon2: LOL......... http://boards.fool.co.uk/Message.asp?mid=11884074 Hello all, In response to enquiries from several Fools Followers of Leisure & Gaming may be aware that I have not posted about LNG at 'the other place' since the firm released its Q4/09 results on 28 January. Likewise, LNG was my entry into the Nicky Fraser Trophy for 2010, but I removed my write-up a month ago. Conspiracy theories abound as to my self-imposed exile! There is only one reason for my 'radio silence' as regards LNG: As owner of ~6% of this firm, it is assumed that I carry a lot of influence as regards the company, thanks to my access to its directors and other major shareholders as a 'significant shareholder'. Given this, I have agreed with Colin Eastaugh (LNG's chairman) and Richard Creed (CEO) not to comment on LNG for the foreseeable future. However, I look forward to analysing the 2009 preliminary results and Q1/10 trading update due three weeks today (22 April). I note that LNG's share price has dropped 50% from the September 2009 peak. This is of no concern to me, as I have never sold a single share in LNG and have no plans to do so. Cliff
24/4/2010
17:22
strawberryfields: Excellent post on i i i from goldenarrow1. Full credit to the author for the post below. Backs up what I'm saying. Shareholder value is finished now. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I just had a closer look at the annual report and as the investment guru mentioned earlier the cash flow generated by the company was only 100 k ( please note that it would have been negative if LNG had not been able to release 600k from its licences). The management is putting forward a 2m cash outflow + the cost of penetrating new markets. "Looking at the current year (2010), the Group is faced with the following discretionary expenditure:- · Further guarantees in Italy to support the new casino offering which is estimated to be EUR0.5m; · If the Group chooses to offer online bingo products in Italy, guarantees and set up costs will be involved and are estimated to be EUR0.4m; · Costs of adding new markets; In addition, the following known cash outflows are projected to be made in the year:- · Completion of the software development is forecast to cost EUR0.4m · The loan repayments are scheduled to be EUR0.6m" Clearly, they do not have enough cash for 2010 as their cash proceeds are just 1.6m and I do not expect them to be profitable for this year. So let me ask this question how are they going to finance this ?? At current levels, I think there is more downside than upside to the share price. When the group was making a good profit the share price was 10 p, with no profits and lots of new uncertainties, I do not see the share price going back to those levels. On the other hand, the group will have to invest massively in 2010 which is a bet it is taking and will generate losses in the first year of its investment. And if there is a capital increase, shareholders will be squeezed.
22/4/2010
09:34
divinausa1: last post re LNG by CliffyCheeseBurger on Fool! Hello all, In response to enquiries from several Fools Followers of Leisure & Gaming may be aware that I have not posted about LNG at 'the other place' since the firm released its Q4/09 results on 28 January. Likewise, LNG was my entry into the Nicky Fraser Trophy for 2010, but I removed my write-up a month ago. Conspiracy theories abound as to my self-imposed exile! There is only one reason for my 'radio silence' as regards LNG: As owner of ~6% of this firm, it is assumed that I carry a lot of influence as regards the company, thanks to my access to its directors and other major shareholders as a 'significant shareholder'. Given this, I have agreed with Colin Eastaugh (LNG's chairman) and Richard Creed (CEO) not to comment on LNG for the foreseeable future. However, I look forward to analysing the 2009 preliminary results and Q1/10 trading update due three weeks today (22 April). I note that LNG's share price has dropped 50% from the September 2009 peak. This is of no concern to me, as I have never sold a single share in LNG and have no plans to do so. Cliff
26/2/2010
23:10
stijohnny: LDM - There's taking a chance on a betting company and there's flogging a dead horse. I sold all my holding in LNG on the morning of the announcement and made a measly £600 for 2 years of waiting and could have got more in the bank. Thats the way it goes sometimes - just glad to move on. In fact the only reason I bought LNG in the first place was that I was researching Liquid Natural Gas and I stumbled upon this shower and Cliffy's very positive evaluation - thought that might raise a laugh. My own research thought it worth a punt, though the DOJ issue always kept my feet on the ground. So I would say, "Could do better LNG" (tongue in cheek). I did check out GVC that you recommended and it's still in "watching". But I did invest in a nice little company called Angel Mining (ANGM), I like this company and they have a nice little niche, so have a look. The share price is similar to LNG at present but I reckon ANGM will finish the year much higher than LNG, World Cup or no World Cup. No ramp intended LNGers and no promises of an x bagger just do your own...
10/2/2010
00:12
worsleyandy: LDM, As said previously you appear to have called LNG well so far. Just a quick question (which you can of course tell me to get lost), with the current LNG share price (including current spread) do you consider LNG to be a buy, a hold, or a sell. Your critical view of management etc. appear to say sell, but you go on record as only selling a third or so of your holding. If you still think it is a sell at these levels surely you would be offloading more. If you think such an illiquid stock is still a sell your public bearish view does little to enable you to offload. I therefore conclude you think it is a hold or buy with future prospects. I will contact Richard in due course to confirm my thoughts as a long term holder. I wanted to let the dust, emotion and shareprice settle a little before writing to him to see just wat effect the RNS has had. For the record I did sell a few on the RNS (50k or circa 5% of my holding @ 9.55p). I viewed this a top slicing exercise with a view to buying back when we have more clarity on various legacy issues.
04/4/2009
20:58
richaims: I posted this on the other LNG thread : ---------------------------------------- I have no stake in LNG and am wondering whether to invest or not. The recent share price performance (up 34% in one month and 96% in 3 months if I'm not mistaken) is certainly very impressive. Yesterday I sold some PRTY and SBT and was stop-lossed out of 888. I increased still further my stake in NPT with some of the proceeds and am now wondering whether to put the rest into NPT and/or GVC and/or LNG next week. I reckon NPT has (IMO) enormous growth potential but am less certain about GVC and LNG. What I like about LNG is the low market cap - it is partly the low market cap which makes me so bullish about NPT. Any opinions from regulars here as to anticipated future LNG share price performance would be very appreciated. ----------------------------------------- As I only received one response, is anyone here able to convince me why this could be a big profit investment please? And why are there two busy LNG threads as opposed to the usual one?
14/2/2009
12:29
investmentguru: Human nature dictates that a person with a huge shareholding is going to work far harder than a person with a small shareholding. In all my years in business, I've never known different. Why not give RC a share option for a couple of million shares at 1p BUT the option only kicks in when the LNG share price hits 30p? Everyone's a winner, as Del Boy used to say. IG
17/10/2008
16:12
investmentguru: Bleepy - we all know the game when you play the stock markets. I've taken some big hits in the distant past. I didn't expect sympathy then, because it was my choice to invest the money, no-one else's. Fact is, NC's sells are doing nothing for the LNG share price - if he had any integrity, he would resign as a a Director, as his constant sales indicate he had no real interest in this company's future. IG
Leisure & Gaming share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
Your Recent History
LSE
GKP
Gulf Keyst..
LSE
QPP
Quindell
FTSE
UKX
FTSE 100
LSE
IOF
Iofina
FX
GBPUSD
UK Sterlin..
Stocks you've viewed will appear in this box, letting you easily return to quotes you've seen previously.

Register now to create your own custom streaming stock watchlist.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P:30 V: D:20161203 19:48:33