Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
London Capital Group Hldgs LSE:LCG London Ordinary Share GB00B0RHGY93 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.125p -3.70% 3.25p 3.00p 3.50p 3.375p 3.25p 3.375p 18,800 14:00:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 15.5 -14.5 -24.3 - 12.08

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30/9/2016
09:20
London Capital Hldgs Daily Update: London Capital Group Hldgs is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LCG. The last closing price for London Capital Hldgs was 3.38p.
London Capital Group Hldgs has a 4 week average price of 3.91p and a 12 week average price of 4.49p.
The 1 year high share price is 15.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.13p.
There are currently 371,628,399 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 51,355 shares. The market capitalisation of London Capital Group Hldgs is £12,077,922.97.
22/6/2016
14:42
diggedy2: sabat has actually not lost much the convertible debt has been turned into equity at its cash value and at no premium to share price so no theoretical loss here the reason the company was only valued at about £5m when it 'apparently' had £14m cash was because of the convertible bond debt on the books. Nearly all of his shares were 'awarded' to him as a bonus .. not quite sure what for mind you. He has spent a couple of hundred grand on equity BUT he (and his associated companies) also get over £1m a year in revenue/salary so i don't think he is too concerned
21/6/2016
16:35
diggedy2: effectively the convertible loan is being 'converted' at 5p not 25p.... nice for the bond holders as they end up with over 80% of the company. But in reality the company has been losing so much money that it would probably have been risking its regulatory capital position if this had not been done. Chances of the share price going much above 5p in the near term are very low.
08/6/2016
10:57
diggedy2: woozle i would agree on the conclusion but for different reasons the idea that the take of 95% of the company at 45p is rather academic when the share price is 6p. Even the 26p convertible is not exactly bad if the conversion took place as it would assume the share price had rallied over 400%
29/5/2016
14:59
woozle1: I've had a closer look and this looks uninvestable: CEO and shareholder taking out a large salary; licensing software to the company and trying take 95% of the company if the share price goes above 45p. A tad disappointed as it looked like a gem. Also even if shares are getting issued at 25p, there's still dilution. If they are serious about raising external capital for the business, this liability will have to be renegotiated. I'll wait until then. W
11/5/2016
15:29
diggedy2: RNS on the seller (L&G) nothing yet on who bought them. There seems to be something of a tail getting pushed out but the share price is not falling on the back of it. Possibly this is a floor until the next results.
17/2/2016
22:42
luckymouse: Long suffering share price this - however im testing the new platform and yes - its much better than the old one which was about 5yrs past its sell by date - IG still has the most mature web platform with the broadest overall offering - plus they have additional add ons such as L2 Dealer level2, ProRealtime Charts, share broking. BUT... the new LCG web platform is v good - isn't buggy - surprisingly is actually superior in a few areas such as fast limit orders, drawing features, Heikin Ashi charts, clean multi chart layout, speed, and very good for scalping - it will be a big hit with scalpers. The best trailing stop loss features. Company staff seem genuinely invigorated by this successful make over & the acquisition of Brenda Kelly to raise profile. It comes down to client on boarding rates & retention - this great new platform as part of a wider campaign will definitely enable them to improve both. *Click to see new platform* If mgmt start promoting it hard - a potential turn around point here? I think this is a come back story. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
07/8/2015
19:06
ggtim99: topvest - he hasn't gotten into trouble for any of his other dodgy deals so he'll probably get away with it, just look at the share price!!
20/3/2015
21:17
daisylove: What's the problem with having £41m in cash - a problem I'd like to have. The market cap is simply a function of the share price which was kind of treading water until the Naked Trader blog saying he'd sold them. Then of course all the sheep follow and the selling avalanche begins...
01/4/2014
21:06
topvest: Yes, it's about time this dog really did turn. Just needs some good management and no more own goals. Markets are looking like they will be more volatile in 2014 which would also help. The price will rocket on any real evidence of improvement as they are priced at break up value, so I'm definitely holding. Haven't got the nerve to buy any more as this is a deep value low quality play at the moment. They raise the quality of management of the business and the we will see a share price surge. Big If, but it is possible.
28/1/2013
09:41
masurenguy: Some interesting comparators with IG Index. Since fiscal 2009 IG sales have increased by circa 60% to £411m while LCG has increased by circa 4% to £28.6m. Over the same period IG PTP has increased by circa 67% to £186m while LCG has declined by circa 35% to £7.0m. IG eps is up by 69% @38P while LCG will be down to a negative figure in 2012 from 20p IG UK margins are just under 60% wheras LCG margins are circa 35%. This probably reflects the difference between IG retail margins and LCG significant wholesale margins. Net cash currently accounts for 25% of the IG share price and 113% of LCG share price. Aside from the impact of FOS issues, the IT write off and lower margin wholesale business, it is evident that IG have just not been able to follow IG in generating sales growth during this period. The 'low market volatility' resulted in 13% lower sales for IG in their first half (their year ends in May) but they have a well established track record of increasing sales over the past 4 years so this can probably be viewed as just a blip on their overall performance. The same cannot really be said for LCG. While their profitability should be enhanced with a conclusion of the FOS issues, the one off character of their IT write down and any cost cutting measures they can apply, the fact remains that sales growth is the real path to future profit growth. With lower margins on wholesale business, LCG need to increase sales significantly in order for this to really impact the bottom line. The lack of retail business appears to be their Achillies heel and that really seems to be the issue which they will need to address.
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