Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
City Of London Investment Group LSE:CLIG London Ordinary Share GB00B104RS51 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +9.00p +2.14% 429.00p 411.00p 426.00p 429.00p 429.00p 429.00p 3,821 15:07:31
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 31.3 11.6 36.9 11.6 115.24

City Of London Investment Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/6/2018
13:42
They just ran the price down so that the Employees Benefit Trust can pick up 50,000 on the cheap.
eggbaconandbubble
13/6/2018
08:29
Forget charts, never heard or met a rich chartist.
montyhedge
14/5/2018
17:16
A big rising wedge by all accounts. Never a good pattern no matter what the circumstances
my retirement fund
14/5/2018
17:14
Hmm so medium term it looks biased to the downside.The chart is looking very much like a pull back is due anyway.
my retirement fund
14/5/2018
10:54
Just the usual ebb and flow - happy to hold. This is a very high quality asset manager.
topvest
14/5/2018
10:15
According to its website FUM have fallen each month since Jan 18 ($5.78bn) to Apr 18 ($5.37bn) - a fall of 7.1% and greater than its chosen benchmark at 6.8%. As M notes above " ....a strong US dollar sucking liquidity away from emerging markets and Asia ex Japan" - dollar is rising a present - seen several articles recently which express concern for EM.
podgyted
09/5/2018
17:45
Certainly looking a little poorly against the wider markets of late. Any reason ?
my retirement fund
01/5/2018
09:03
The current Baillie Gifford investment summary for Q1 is bullish on forward prospects for their Asian ex-Japan fund and this also has positive forward connotations for CLIG too ! "Since 2007, Asia ex Japan US dollar GDP has grown by 149% and corporate earnings by 92%. However, the Asia ex Japan stock index has been in a bear market, only regaining its 2007 high in dollar terms, by the end of 2017. This was driven by a concentration of investment in US assets – which resulted in a strong US dollar sucking liquidity away from emerging markets and Asia ex Japan – combined with weak global growth and continued concerns over the Chinese economy. This led Asia ex Japan to significantly underperform global markets for almost a decade. The situation, however, is reversing as synchronised global growth accelerates, the Chinese economy is once again proving far more resilient than many investors predicted and a weak US dollar providing fuel for the recovery. Such changes should be enormously and disproportionality positive for Asia ex Japan given the region’s significant leverage to improvements in global trade. This positive growth outlook, along with discounted valuations to most developed markets and a broadening opportunity set, makes us increasingly enthusiastic. The stars are now aligned for Asia to arrest several years of relative underperformance to global indices." https://www.bailliegifford.com/en/uk/individual-investors/intellectual-capital/?article=2018-q1-asia-the-stars-align-ind-we-1005&utm_campaign=bailliegliffordit2018&utm_medium=clicktracker&utm_source=it_insider&utm_content=content_stars_inv
masurenguy
18/4/2018
20:32
Trading update
johnroger
23/3/2018
13:39
Barry Oliff sells a tranche of 50,000 shares @450p, a disposal threshold he previously scheduled.
masurenguy
20/3/2018
13:19
The spread here is becoming ridiculous once again!
masurenguy
02/3/2018
14:05
XD Yesterday - record date today.
skinny
19/2/2018
18:05
Okay, credit modified. He and Paul Scott are virtually indivisible
masurenguy
19/2/2018
17:49
I think you will find that is Graham Neary's view - he wrote the SCVR today
crazycoops
19/2/2018
13:47
Graham Neary's view: I'm warm on this share, and will add it to my watchlist as a potential buy. Brokers warn about the lack of client inflows, and it is true that net flows have been lukewarm. In the previous financial year, net flows were negative by over $300 million. In the six months to December 2017, they were only marginally positive. However, the CEO argues that this is due to clients re-balancing after returns were too strong, forcing institutional clients to reduce their exposure to emerging markets back into an acceptable range. The FTSE Emerging Index is up over 50% in the past two years, so this is quite understandable. If you are an institution which wanted 15-20% portfolio exposure to EM, you will probably be forced to sell some of your EM holdings if it approaches 30% of your portfolio after strong returns. In the CEO's words: "Our clients "weight us within their portfolios, and as markets appreciate, and based upon their prearranged asset allocation, if their exposure goes outside of a "range", they will rebalance. If this helps to describe to shareholders both the cause and effect of client actions during this bull market it should also, as long as we outperform, help them value our shares during the next bear market." I've warned many times before that fund management companies often benefit from positive investment returns and clients inflows simultaneously, while at other times they suffer from negative returns and client outflows simultaneously. This particularly applies to retail investors and "faddish" investment sectors. CLIG argues that its client base is a bit more sophisticated than that, and is able to allocate funds in a more disciplined way, based on portfolio weightings. So when there is a bear market in EM, hopefully there will be a return to net inflows. If this is true, it makes the shares look very interesting at a PE ratio of 10x:
masurenguy
19/2/2018
13:10
I bought back in today , not a lot as I’m trying to avoid financial stocks...but I liked the MFID 2 commentary that suggests their competitive position re fees is strengthened
rhomboid
19/2/2018
12:43
Bought in today, increasing diversification Tremendous yieldLooks good
nfs
19/2/2018
12:27
Bought a few more this morning, the spread may put off some.... R2
robsy2
19/2/2018
11:18
Can only put this astonishing underperformance down to brexit
my retirement fund
19/2/2018
11:14
Very mute reaction to shareprice. This really ought to be above £5 now and more like £5.50 imo
my retirement fund
19/2/2018
09:18
If the press pick this up it could easily be a tipped.
my retirement fund
19/2/2018
08:41
Historically the interim dividend has been a third of the annual dividend so the increase to 9p presages an annual dividend of 27p for the current year. That would constitute an increase of 12.5% in the annual dividend, which at todays current actual buying price of 424p constitutes a yield of 6.4% for any new investor coming on board.
masurenguy
19/2/2018
08:02
Wow, better than my forecast, dividend up, superb.
montyhedge
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