Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Amigo Holdings Plc LSE:AMGO London Ordinary Share GB00BFFK8T45 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -3.45% 14.00 39,779,223 16:35:27
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
13.62 14.34 14.52 12.40 14.52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 294.20 -37.90 -5.70 67
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:12:19 O 11,832 14.001 GBX

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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 14.50p.
Amigo Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 5.90p and a 12 week average price of 5.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 46.85p 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 47,185,378 shares. The market capitalisation of Amigo Holdings Plc is £66,546,726.40.
marmar80: Who knows. Mcap is priced to bust there and they are operating 27% lower than in 2019 before covid. Per my calculations the share price should be at least 5x higher than is now. Market is afraid of the share issue but this will happen in a few months and some positions can be taken before and share price can go much higher. Institutional investors are not selling so not that many shares to buy in the open market. I'm in there.
markie7: EK Piece - The central feature of guarantor based lending is that the lender extends credit to somebody to whom it should not really lend. And the lender does this because the borrower is guaranteed by AN Other who is found acceptable to the lender. It does not take a great deal of imagination to see that these guarantees are called. It was on this basis that Amigo (LON:AMGO) started off its quoted life in mid 2018 at around 300p and then the trouble started since AMGO did not take the trouble to check the borrower’s common sense. So instead of AMGO’s debt collectors cheerfully pestering the grannies of England, they experienced counterclaims galore. The FCA investigated and, as a result by late 2020, AMGO was insolvent with the debt collectors demanding their money back since they had paid to acquire a debt which, ab initio, could not be collected. However, a new board decided that, provided they could get the debt collectors to write down their claims in a Scheme of Arrangement (they really had and have no choice), AMGO would emerge from collapse shaken but not stirred. Thus the share price bottomed at 7p and now stands at 10p. Apparently everything is set up to see AMGO trade again, subject to the High Court agreeing the Scheme in latish March. The alternative would be for the debt collectors to come up with a Scheme which left rather less on the table for equity holders. But they have have neither the time nor the money (due to walloping professional fees) to contemplate such a step. It is much wiser for them to take a hit and then sit around for new improved AMGO to sell to the debt collectors further doubtful debts. Only this time the debts will carry the acceptability imprimatur provided by the FCA. I have bought circa 3m AMGO at 10p and expect to double or treble my dough by 30th June 2021.
brocksford: Thaw This share is traditionally sold by traders on every such rise, so we will definately be seeing a lot of profit-taking now and over the next few days. Despite that, I think the rise will continue until we see the RNS for lending restarting, which will drive a decent share price jump itself, and then we will see plenty profit-taking and a pull-back in the share price
wrestlingmad: The beauty with an option is if the share price goes down you have only lost the price you paid for it. If the share price goes up then you buy at the option price and you are in the money.
chinese investor: Amigo Holdings PLC (LON:AMGO) has rebounded strongly over the last week, with the share price soaring 40%. But that isn't much consolation for the painful drop we've seen in the last year. During that time the share price has plummeted like a stone, down 81%. It's not uncommon to see a bounce after a drop like that. The important thing is whether the company can turn it around, longer term. We really hope anyone holding through that price crash has a diversified portfolio. Even when you lose money, you don't have to lose the lesson. Amigo Holdings isn't currently profitable, so most analysts would look to revenue growth to get an idea of how fast the underlying business is growing. When a company doesn't make profits, we'd generally expect to see good revenue growth. That's because it's hard to be confident a company will be sustainable if revenue growth is negligible, and it never makes a profit. In just one year Amigo Holdings saw its revenue fall by 16%. That looks pretty grim, at a glance. The share price fall of 81% in a year tells the story. Holders should not lose the lesson: loss making companies should grow revenue. But markets do over-react, so there opportunity for investors who are willing to take the time to dig deeper and understand the business. We consider it positive that insiders have made significant purchases in the last year. Even so, future earnings will be far more important to whether current shareholders make money. We doubt Amigo Holdings shareholders are happy with the loss of 81% over twelve months. That falls short of the market, which lost 3.0%. There's no doubt that's a disappointment, but the stock may well have fared better in a stronger market. It's great to see a nice little 1.1% rebound in the last three months. Let's just hope this isn't the widely-feared 'dead cat bounce' (which would indicate further declines to come). While it is well worth considering the different impacts that market conditions can have on the share price, there are other factors that are even more important. Consider for instance, the ever-present spectre of investment risk. We've identified 3 warning signs with Amigo Holdings , and understanding them should be part of your investment process. So what are the 3 warning signs ? hTTps://
samsung2020: Interesting read found at LSE forum.....:SOA analysis from independant expert concluded? Today 04:43 by Vinson:GJ and the board could surprise us on 25.02, beside the predictable results, with the news that the outcome of the SOA analysis from the independent expert, requested by FCA, was concluded with the statement expressing „the SOA is fair to all involved stackholders and would be the best outcome for customers and that voting for the SOA is highly recommanded". A further letter from the FCA could be quoted with „The FCA is not opposing the SOA based on the findings of the independant experts". These two lines would shut down all discussions of CMC and DC with following positive News coverage about customers should vote for the SOA. A judge at the hearing on 30.03 would have no reason to object the expert opinion and the FCA opinion of not oposing the SOA. After SOA approval from a judge the voting for the SOA from all eligable customers is expected to be positive with at least 80% voting for the „quick quid". Amigo with the new management has been very fair to it's customers during Covid time and the good Karma should unfold. This company will see exploding profits as soon as they restart lending. I would predict 50.000 new loans at average of £ 5.000,- each, amounting to a new £ 250.000.000.- loanbook at maybe 49% APR. I predict net profits of 50 million within 18 month which could bring the share price easily to fly above £ 1. All of course if the letter of the independant experts will be positive. I am sure Amgo has hired the best experts and lawyers to guide the independent expert in the right direction. I have been in such situations as a former member of the board of a public company and trust in the senior management. Thats why i bought 11,1m shares and i am holding (boom or bust) until Amgo starts to pay dividends (expected 23/24 maybee already 22). I am LTH and aware of the risks. Life could be dangerous around any corner. I like high risk investments with predictable outcomes. Remember, one letter from independent expert can change it all on 25.02 results with GJ in the Q&A. GLA and DYOR
alexios1201: Just a note on what happened to the share price when they sold all in NSF last JulyThey sold at 3p and share price zoomed to 8.6p on few sessions+190%Same will happen hereLine of stock must have went to some mew holderHoldings update for buyer pending
leoneobull: Dear all, Lord Twitter's video on Amgo has crashed the share price Bring back Julian and his rather generous purchase share price If you want a bargain, buy PFC. All in my very dodgy opinion.
brocksford: Well I sold some AMGO last week to dip into ARB for a quick short term gain then planned to reinvest in AMGO. Made 20%+ gain in 2 days but held out for 30% which didn't materialise, but at least diversified a little more for now. Will see what ARB do next week. Still holding 1.75m AMGO and hoping for January news on lending to get the share price moving. I'm still not sure on SYME Sam, have traded it successfully a coupe of times in December but there is just something about it doesn't seem right to me.
kirk 6: Have to disagree on that again. If they can confirm that lending will resume and we have a date where lending will resume by, then the upside potential here is more than 100% based on that news. You have to look at the additional changes being made by Gary, we have a team of excellent management with FCA experience and if lending is resumed then it proves the business is not going to be wiped out by the FCA. At the minute as we've seen the share price in the dolls rooms is there because administration is certainly not off the cards. I think administration Will be removed when lending is resumed, as a result of lending will wipe away this uncertainty. This is way more than 100% increase in share price alone
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