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
  -3.00 -0.71% 418.40 245,326 16:35:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
416.40 417.00 421.40 414.40 421.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 126.75 48.55 9.51 44.0 1,716
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:41:23 O 1,100 418.40 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 421.40p.
Aj Bell Plc has a 4 week average price of 414.40p and a 12 week average price of 405.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 487p while the 1 year low share price is currently 367p.
There are currently 410,168,330 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 744,718 shares. The market capitalisation of Aj Bell Plc is £1,716,144,292.72.
ianguerin: I can understand why investors might want to buy shares each month (pound cost averaging, convenience, etc) but can't comprehend why leave the contract price to the whim of the brokers. The £1.50 looks cheap at first glance, but not when viewed in the light of those recent posters' experience of actual share prices paid
ochs: robbie1424 and emmarg surely that isn't allowed... unless it's covered in the AJB T&Cs for monthly saving? ii offer monthly savings and I've never noticed any issues with the price I'm getting for my monthly shares (although I've not checked it as carefully as you have for AJB).
emmarg: robbie1424, you are quite correct in your assumption re monthly buying. I too have monitored this for 12 months and i purchase shares on 3 family accounts each month. Without fail, the price i pay for the shares is the highest daily price on the 10th of the month when the regular investments take place. AJB must be making a fortune out of this dubious practice, and i have now stopped the monthly purchase and am seriously thinking of moving all the accounts (Over £1m) to ii where i already have previous years ISA and trading accounts
robbie1424: If you save monthly with AjBell and instruct them to buy shares for you monthly as I was doing then you should be aware of the following:They purchase shares on our behalf around the 7/8 of each month.If there is a lot of stock to be purchased I have noticed they are always bought at the top of the range (inflated share price)This is not a coincidence as I have monitored it for 5/6 months.I have ceased investing monthly and now hold it in cash until I decide to invest it back into AjBell when the shares have dropped.Hope the above helps
eaaxs06: Any director deal (buy or sell) seems to be the kiss of death to the share price. I was monitoring the trades on Monday and never noticed anything untoward. It looks like all those director buys that day were bulked together as a late reporting deal of 595,000 shares. I suppose its encouraging that directors are prepared to buy at 448p, albeit in smaller amounts than they normally sell. Good luck everyone, Sid.
saltaire111: Full disclosure: I’m out! Sold 90% of my equity holdings over the last few days (including my biggest shareholding, AJB, and moved into cash. I don’t like the look of the start of the tech meltdown, house price bubble and looming inflation. I’m doing a building project at the moment as a side project and the cost of the basic materials for that build has gone loopy! Concrete blocks have doubled in price in six months. Steel RSJs practically doubles, even sand prices are up about 20%!! I’m hearing stories of employers not being able to recruit staff unless they increase salaries by about 20%. Having lived through this type of situation before, I’m taking risk off for now, and banking the profits of the last five years. I know it’s time in the market that counts, but so does judgement and experience (and a lot of my experience has been of the bad variety!!!). Salty.
eaaxs06: I’m convinced theses “analysts̶1; sit back and see where the share price goes, and then retrospectively throw some words together to justify what has already happened. You don’t see many of them publishing straight after the update; rather they wait a few days, and then comment on what has already taken place. So he sees the price fall back to 435p, but gives a hold rating, with a target price of 420p? I’m glad that I am not one of his clients. Personally, I think it’s just a bit of healthy profit taking, after a run up in a month pre-update from the 400p range to the heady heights of the 475p area. It’s to be expected, even without any director selling. I’m sure it will be very similar in the run up to the figures being announced on 20th May. Good luck everyone, Sid.
peterbill: Compare AJB v HL AJB.LYear high: 487.00p Year low: 292.50p Market Cap: £1.88 bn P/E ratio: 47.17 Dividend yield: 1.35% HL.LYear high: 1,923.00p Year low: 1,324.00p Market Cap: £7.81 bn P/E ratio: 28.32 Dividend yield: 2.28% AJB - PE ratio of 47 a little worrying ?
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.
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.
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