Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aj Bell Plc LSE:AJB London Ordinary Share GB00BFZNLB60 ORD GBP0.000125
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -8.00 -1.92% 408.00 633,644 16:35:29
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
406.50 407.00 419.50 406.00 412.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 126.75 48.55 9.51 42.9 1,673
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:01:51 O 2,620 408.00 GBX

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Aj Bell Daily Update: Aj Bell Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AJB. The last closing price for Aj Bell was 416p.
Aj Bell Plc has a 4 week average price of 406p and a 12 week average price of 406p.
The 1 year high share price is 487p while the 1 year low share price is currently 229p.
There are currently 410,168,330 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 517,955 shares. The market capitalisation of Aj Bell Plc is £1,673,486,786.40.
stevieweebie2: share price up, website down.... go figure. Outage yet again
quattro44: As long as the numbers keep going up then so will the share price. The latest rearranged cost structure may not seem like much but it is a large percentage increase. Trading has and will continue to be busy. At the end of the day all investments are (or should be) about income. Hence AJB’s dividend is as good as anyone’s, so hopefully the directors will stop selling once they’ve paid off their mortgages and bought their yachts! I have been with them almost from the start and used to deal personally with Fergus Lyons! Can’t begrudge them some reward - as long as the share price keeps going up above average.
quattro44: And that is your answer, Sid etc. Sell on the day of announcements as you know the directors will be doing so as well. Share price goes nowhere because directors are expected to keep selling. And why not, they have been there long enough for their payday, but at least they are pretty transparent and predictable now!
saltaire111: Completely agree with your sentiment there Sid. I just don’t understand why the company’s obvious value and potential isn’t showing through in the share price. I accept that the earnings multiple is high, but the potential is enormous. Put AJB and a HL or Vanguard UK together and think of the value that could be created. This is my largest single investment so I’m holding on knowing that ultimately quality counts. Salty
eaaxs06: This is going to sound a little harsh, so I’ll apologise in advance, but I’m a little bit disappointed with AJ Bell and the reluctance of the share price to break forward into decisive new highs. It’s just over 2 years ago now since it floated in a blaze of glory, running up and away to a high of 483p in early May 2019. Since then every single trading update and quarterly figures have exceeded analysts expectations and been received favourably. Yet still the share price fails to break through higher ground, and stubbornly resists and move towards new highs. Just what has this share got to do to win the market over? Let’s hope we see the share price decisively breaching new ground over the next few weeks. Good luck everybody, stay safe, Sid.
saltaire111: Will be interesting to see how AJB traded in the final quarter of 2020 in Thursday’s trading update. The spread-betters have done exceptionally well, with volumes through the roof so that bodes well for AJB. Salty
eaaxs06: I’m not in the least bit surprised that Andy Bell is cashing a few shares in, given what he said at the Annual Results Q&A only a fortnight ago. He went to great lengths to support and understand those who had recently sold a few shares, so it was the worlds worst kept secret that he would be next. I was very impressed at how well he spoke and he tackled anything that was put to him. I’m sure he was pre-warned as to what was going to be asked, but he answered everything very well, taking it in his stride with great confidence. That said, it must be a lot easier answering question when your company has trebled its share price over the past 2 years, so anything he said would have sounded good. Let’s hope for more to come in 2021. Good luck everybody, and Happy (and prosperous) New Year to all the posters on here. Sid.
sphere25: "On 9 November 2020, two significant announcements occurred on the same day, with ground-breaking news of a potential vaccine for COVID-19 and clarity on the outcome of the US election, which created a sharp spike in customer activity over a few hours. This caused issues across the market which unfortunately impacted our platform for a short period of time. While the total number of real-time trades placed on our D2C platform on 9 November was one of the highest on record, some of our customers, regrettably, experienced intermittent service issues during the afternoon. A full service was restored by the end of the day as our real-time monitoring and alerting capabilities triggered corrective actions over the course of the afternoon. We have carried out a detailed root-cause analysis and taken additional steps since the incident to further strengthen the resilience of our platform during times of unexpected market activity and volatility." Clearly it's not just AJB but it's striking how brokerages always put out comments like this, and then come the next period of heightened volatility, the systems fall apart having negative implications for all of us. Clearly it's a lovely market at the moment where you have shares consolidating gains after massive leaps higher or gradual trends higher as sellers get cleared at each pull back before the next legs higher. Platforms will be fine in this unstressed environment. However, the markets do look overbought on the technicals on a short term basis so at some point you'd expect them to correct. There is alot of high fives and almost euphoria out there (guilty of quoting plenty of "fireworks" at this end recently) at times and when you see the hype around cypto with ramping across so many non-financial sites, you do wonder whether it is a good time now to begin reviewing the portfolio, risk and particularly any leverage to find a more neutral/comfortable stance as oppose to piling in on overbought conditions. In the past when you have these overly bullish feelings, near term tops aren't a million miles away. One of the previous years when we had a big bullish run into year end, it was almost straight away in January that markets corrected. Applying that to AJB, in those corrections, platforms still can experience outages particularly if there is too much leverage. Although, the real test will be looking further out when there are much more extreme level moves as algos pull orders, liquidity dries up and price moves are grossly exacerbated causing emotions to stir. That will be the ultimate test of how much meaning there is to the quoted words above and how that influences investors confidence and trust in these platform providers. Talk is cheap, performance is everything.
ochs: Thanks, I suspect a more likely buyer of AJB would be a big US firm like BlackRock or Vanguard, rather than HL. My suspicion is that Andy Bell wouldn't want to sell up at any price until he's grown the business for at least another 5 years - at least until he feels he can retire with a job well done. At present with a P/E of over 50 I'm not so sure they should be valued any greater than 450p though. There's a lot of growth to prove already in the current share price.
ochs: So far it seems the HL share price has benefited most from the AJB update!
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