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Amigo Holdings Plc LSE:AMGO London Ordinary Share GB00BFFK8T45 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.44 -11.9% 10.66 26,384,031 16:35:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
10.82 11.10 12.10 10.40 11.72
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 294.20 -37.90 -5.70 51
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
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19/9/2020
09:20
Amigo Daily Update: Amigo Holdings Plc is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AMGO. The last closing price for Amigo was 12.10p.
Amigo Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 10.40p and a 12 week average price of 5p.
The 1 year high share price is 80.70p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5p.
There are currently 475,333,760 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 23,998,690 shares. The market capitalisation of Amigo Holdings Plc is £50,670,578.82.
17/9/2020
08:28
soup de jour: Bod v JB = Sp volatility, no real clear plan at all from Bod to date = lower share price. But the real elephant in the room is and always has been FCA/FOS as no major ii would invest while under this cloud. Short term if after vote JB wins and has clear plan or Gc stays , confirmed CEO and will I believe set out his recovery of business will lead to a quick rise in share price Until the company can get a minimum principal agreed by FCA lending may not be agreed. If FCA decided to treat Amigo as they had Wonga (investigation hasn't finished?) Amigo would fold as they would have to compensate everyone who obtained a loan in certain conditions. If Amigo can remove this obstacle possibly by JR (more delay) the business would again flourish and higher sustained share price would be achieved. Personally I am in and not worried about the short term volatility.
17/9/2020
08:20
big yankee dealer: JB does have a plan agreed but it would seems it's changed and Glen may no longer be involved. I'm not 100% that James will win the vote. I also think the share price could drop a fair amount further and then depending on the vote outcome further still after. This is not a quick win it is a long term hold and this short term daily weekly change is part of the ride. I believe the share price drop is PI scared and have been hoping for a sudden lotto ticket. James win or lose this is a long term solid Business in my view. If James wins and glen does go he would lightly sell his shares which would retract share price and Confidence however James may start to buy at that point. If James loses PIs will get scared and offload. January/FCA update or lending claims etc is needed for the real price moves.
17/9/2020
07:43
astute person: If JB wins the vote, this how I see share price VOLATILITY based on DATES we now know: - 29th Sept - Dec End 20: could see share price rush to 40- 50p (considering we now know the value 93p -1.43p and news: new BOD’s settlement, cash pile, complaints resolve, old woodwork disposal, interim results, lending restarts. - Dec-end - RNS JB FCA Approval - share price drops (like it does for ex div) near 20’s for a week. New Opportunity to add again. - Upon FCA approval: JB broker commences to buy /acquire full 29% - Jan - RNS - MAJOR SHAREHOLDER / AQUIRED 29% - Jan ++ - share price huge rise back up from 20p to 60p++++
11/9/2020
22:10
marmar80: Friday 11.09.20 what a day!Amigo started down due to negatively worded RNS. The announcement was expected because BOD had to release it on or before Friday 11.09. Share price quickly recovered and touched 14p. Later due to Profit Taking it has moved down to around 13p and stayed there for most of the day.When the chart technically was about to turn higher, the sale pressure increased significantly.Richmond's sale of 3.75M ended 15mins before the final bell, price started recovery, but the FEAR, panic and noise were already so high so some private investors lost their self-control and thrown their sell orders at the market price 'just in case'. This has caused the share price to tumble again.UT posted @12.00pBid 12.00, Ask 12.66 after close.In my opinion, Monday will see morning euphory and quick recovery to minimum 13p. Richmond's 1% pressure will be gone and much less sellers around will move the share price to 14p+ by end of day. I'm very optimistic about this. I can see 12p as a very strong support, volume at this level was massive and in addition RSI is low again making it attractive for newcomers.Let's agree to that and enjoy the weekend. Relax ALL.
10/9/2020
08:07
grosstonnage: Only a short fifteen months ago AMGO share price hit 300p. What has fundamentally changed over that time apart from bad management?
27/8/2020
20:31
milanr: From JB:The restoration of Amigo is much bigger than any individual. It does not need Glen, or even me. What it does need is a board and CEO that is totally committed to working for its shareholders. I have made that commitment publicly. Glen has only made it privately up to now.For most of this week, RG has been trying to come to an arrangement that is acceptable both to shareholders and the Amigo board. We hoped to obtain commitments and assurances which would have negated the need for a shareholder vote. Unfortunately, we have not been successful.Today, I have called a shareholder vote on the subject of the proposals we made last week.Replacement of Nayan Kisnadwala with a capable CFO, within the next 30 days.Removal of Roger Lovering, immediately.Retention of Glen as CEO of Amigo Loans UK Ltd, the FCA Authorised subsidiary of Amigo Holdings PLC.Formation of a functional board of Amigo Loans UK Ltd, comprising Glen as CEO, INEDs Richard, Gary and Jonathan and the new CFO. This UK board will discharge corporate governance functions expected by the FCA, of an FCA Authorised UK lender.Appointment of me as CEO of Amigo Loans Group Ltd, the ultimate parent company which is not FCA Authorised.Formation of PLC board comprising me as CEO, along with the new CFO, and INEDs Richard, Gary and Jonathan.In all likelihood by the time we reach the vote, due to our irrevocable sell order, we will no longer be a shareholder and, therefore, will not be able to vote. We are relying on the overwhelming support I have received from private investors and shareholding members of the Amigo founding team to pass these resolutions. The rise in share price last week, and the resulting reduction in share price on Monday, demonstrates the way that investors view Amigo with me, and without me.I do understand, however, that there are a minority of private investors who hold shares in Amigo and may see my return, and the stated possibility of Glen's departure, as a risk they are unwilling to take. Those investors, who believe Amigo will be worth less with me than without me, are shareholders and need to be heard and respected. To provide comfort to those investors, I will soon pass another irrevocable order to our brokers. This time, a buy order, for 29% of Amigo, to be purchased at any price up to 20p per share, in the days immediately following my appointment and approval as CEO of Amigo Holdings PLC. In this way I'm making the choice easy for investors: Like what I'm fighting for? Vote for me. Don't like what I'm offering? Vote for me and sell the shares you bought from me, back to me (at a good profit).I admire and respect Glen as a CEO and a fellow investor. As long as his interests are aligned with those of other shareholders, he will work tirelessly and intelligently. His choice of words on Monday was personally hurtful and, on the face of it, presented a dead end for shareholders to exercise control over the future direction of Amigo whilst he is involved. People have since asked me 'How could someone who you worked so well with say something so final, so publicly?'. My answer is that this is, unfortunately, the very thing I love about Glen: he will do whatever he needs to do, to get to where he wants to be. On Monday, Glen was not answering the question 'Can you work with James?'. He was answering the question 'Given the choice of James being your boss, or not, which would you prefer?'. He knew that shareholders were overwhelmingly in favour of the plan I put forward last Friday, and of having me installed to oversee it and ensure transparency along the way. He knew that the only way he could stop it was to threaten to resign, so he did. I feel no bitterness towards Glen for his words and will be very happy to work with him in the future. I still count him as a personal friend, as well as as a fellow shareholder who shares the vast majority of my values and opinions.
20/8/2020
22:01
professor_x: Big bro, reporters talking about your 50p? what do you know you ain't telling us? https://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2020/08/20/is-the-amigo-share-price-about-to-surge-back-above-50p/ Is the Amigo share price about to surge back above 50p? Rupert Hargreaves | Thursday, 20th August, 2020 | More on: AMGO The Amigo (LSE: AMGO) share price has nearly doubled in value over the past month, thanks to a series of positive updates from the business. These updates could be just the beginning of the company’s recovery story. Amigo share price recovery I last covered the lender back at the beginning of July. At the time, I said that while the business is facing some significant headwinds, it also has plenty of opportunities. The most significant risk facing the Amigo share price is insolvency. Luckily, it looks is if management’s recent actions have significantly reduced the risk of this worst-case scenario. The group recently announced it had reached an agreement with its creditors on its lending facility, taking pressure off the business. The company has been able to reduce the size of the facility as all cash generation arising from customer loans is being used to reduce debt. What’s more, at the end of July, Amigo’s unrestricted cash balance was £145m. Looking at these numbers, I reckon the company has come back from the brink. As it continues to improve its financial position, investor sentiment towards the Amigo share price should continue to improve. At the same time, the company’s founder, who had been pushing for significant change at the business, has been selling his stake. He promised to do so after being defeated at a shareholder vote earlier in the year. This suggests he’s given up on his activist campaign against the current management. I think this is a positive development for the company and its investors. Management can now concentrate on dealing with the group’s issues with regulators and customers rather than fighting itself. This has been a busy year for Amigo. At one point it looked as if the corporation wouldn’t survive. However, it now seems to me as if the business is getting itself back on track. It’s not out of the woods just yet, but the company has made some significant strides towards stability in the past few weeks and months. If this trend continues, I think it’s likely the Amigo share price can return to the level at which it started the year. The stock was changing hands at around 66p at the beginning of 2020 before the management infighting began and investors started asking questions about the firm’s solvency. I think if the group can put its historic issues behind it and start making loans again, it could take market share from struggling peers in the high-interest loan market. That said, there’s no guarantee the company will return to growth. A surge in loan defaults or compensation claims against the firm could overwhelm its balance sheet. As such, it may be best to own the Amigo share price as part of a diversified portfolio. Owning companies, such as the one listed in the report below, may allow you to profit from Amigo's recovery while reducing risk if the business continues to struggle. This has been a busy year for Amigo. At one point it looked as if the corporation wouldn’t survive. However, it now seems to me as if the business is getting itself back on track. It’s not out of the woods just yet, but the company has made some significant strides towards stability in the past few weeks and months. If this trend continues, I think it’s likely the Amigo share price can return to the level at which it started the year. The stock was changing hands at around 66p at the beginning of 2020 before the management infighting began and investors started asking questions about the firm’s solvency. I think if the group can put its historic issues behind it and start making loans again, it could take market share from struggling peers in the high-interest loan market. That said, there’s no guarantee the company will return to growth. A surge in loan defaults or compensation claims against the firm could overwhelm its balance sheet. As such, it may be best to own the Amigo share price as part of a diversified portfolio. Owning companies, such as the one listed in the report below, may allow you to profit from Amigo's recovery while reducing risk if the business continues to struggle. what’s why we think now could be the perfect time for you to start building your own stake in this exceptional business – especially given the shares look to be trading on a fairly undemanding valuation for the year to March 2021.
20/8/2020
21:56
professor_x: Guys Looks like reporters too are talking about Big Bro 50p today. Big Bro knows something. It was big bro who said 50p. No wonder volume picked and why BB is smashing it upwards. https://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2020/08/20/is-the-amigo-share-price-about-to-surge-back-above-50p/ Is the Amigo share price about to surge back above 50p? Rupert Hargreaves | Thursday, 20th August, 2020 | More on: AMGO The Amigo (LSE: AMGO) share price has nearly doubled in value over the past month, thanks to a series of positive updates from the business. These updates could be just the beginning of the company’s recovery story. Amigo share price recovery I last covered the lender back at the beginning of July. At the time, I said that while the business is facing some significant headwinds, it also has plenty of opportunities. The most significant risk facing the Amigo share price is insolvency. Luckily, it looks is if management’s recent actions have significantly reduced the risk of this worst-case scenario. The group recently announced it had reached an agreement with its creditors on its lending facility, taking pressure off the business. The company has been able to reduce the size of the facility as all cash generation arising from customer loans is being used to reduce debt. What’s more, at the end of July, Amigo’s unrestricted cash balance was £145m. Looking at these numbers, I reckon the company has come back from the brink. As it continues to improve its financial position, investor sentiment towards the Amigo share price should continue to improve. At the same time, the company’s founder, who had been pushing for significant change at the business, has been selling his stake. He promised to do so after being defeated at a shareholder vote earlier in the year. This suggests he’s given up on his activist campaign against the current management. I think this is a positive development for the company and its investors. Management can now concentrate on dealing with the group’s issues with regulators and customers rather than fighting itself. This has been a busy year for Amigo. At one point it looked as if the corporation wouldn’t survive. However, it now seems to me as if the business is getting itself back on track. It’s not out of the woods just yet, but the company has made some significant strides towards stability in the past few weeks and months. If this trend continues, I think it’s likely the Amigo share price can return to the level at which it started the year. The stock was changing hands at around 66p at the beginning of 2020 before the management infighting began and investors started asking questions about the firm’s solvency. I think if the group can put its historic issues behind it and start making loans again, it could take market share from struggling peers in the high-interest loan market. That said, there’s no guarantee the company will return to growth. A surge in loan defaults or compensation claims against the firm could overwhelm its balance sheet. As such, it may be best to own the Amigo share price as part of a diversified portfolio. Owning companies, such as the one listed in the report below, may allow you to profit from Amigo's recovery while reducing risk if the business continues to struggle. This has been a busy year for Amigo. At one point it looked as if the corporation wouldn’t survive. However, it now seems to me as if the business is getting itself back on track. It’s not out of the woods just yet, but the company has made some significant strides towards stability in the past few weeks and months. If this trend continues, I think it’s likely the Amigo share price can return to the level at which it started the year. The stock was changing hands at around 66p at the beginning of 2020 before the management infighting began and investors started asking questions about the firm’s solvency. I think if the group can put its historic issues behind it and start making loans again, it could take market share from struggling peers in the high-interest loan market. That said, there’s no guarantee the company will return to growth. A surge in loan defaults or compensation claims against the firm could overwhelm its balance sheet. As such, it may be best to own the Amigo share price as part of a diversified portfolio. Owning companies, such as the one listed in the report below, may allow you to profit from Amigo's recovery while reducing risk if the business continues to struggle. what’s why we think now could be the perfect time for you to start building your own stake in this exceptional business – especially given the shares look to be trading on a fairly undemanding valuation for the year to March 2021.
20/8/2020
12:48
hamhamham1: If you go back 6 months, you would have to pay 3x current share price. If you go back 12 months, you would have to pay 8x current share price. If you go back 24 months, you would have to pay 15x current share price.
31/7/2020
18:29
ragnar lothbrok: He gets circa 0.4p per share less per day under VWAP. MMs has to work the price. He has 28.66% left to go, by next Friday 23.66%. Meaning nearly 40% of share capital are under new shareholders portfolio. Why do you think it closed 9.22p. They have to justify that 4.73m block at 8.88p. I think we can extrapolate his selling price is going up , some inverse correlation to his substantial decrease in holdings. The lower his holding goes the higher will be the price, as the absorption of share sale is pretty good, the share price is starting to get resilient due to the 8%-9% churning of shares almost daily. A doubling in share price could happen when his holding goes down to 15%.
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