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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
City Of London Investment Group Plc 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
  2.00 0.37% 540.00 528.00 536.00 542.00 536.00 536.00 12,919 10:25:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 33.3 9.4 30.3 17.8 274

City Of London Investment Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/3/2020
08:53
He has posted similar drivel on lots of threads.
rcturner2
25/3/2020
07:40
What is that all about - do you know anything about this company's business? I note that you have never posted here before either !
masurenguy
16/3/2020
22:34
Lol, eggs!
nobbyx
16/3/2020
22:05
Language dear boy!
eggbaconandbubble
16/3/2020
22:03
Actually let me back track. Yes you probably do need one in this case. I trust your all familiar with heisenberg's uncertainty principle?
my retirement fund
16/3/2020
21:48
Ah, yes! Weasel and stoat = coat!
eggbaconandbubble
16/3/2020
21:48
Sweet dreams mate! These valuations on virtually all stocks appear absurd. For example Shell who haven't missed a divi since WW2 are yielding about 13+% I can fully understand your 'conservative' approach as you describe, and one day I shall be peering into my glass of wine thinking....Why didn't I.......??? So for the sake of sleeping well I won't be hocking the house, pawning the wine cellar or even 'popping the weasel'! (Whatever that means!)
eggbaconandbubble
16/3/2020
16:31
Eggs, working a carry trade on cheap mortgage finance? I've been doing that for years. My bank which is also my mortgage issuer is quite relaxed about the arrangement. The reason is I've got enough cash in a deposit account with them to cover instant repayment of my mortgage should that ever become necessary. Might seem a bit daft using mortgage finance to buy shares rather than just using the cash which is on deposit. The reason I do this is to keep a sufficient buffer of instantly available cash to hand to meet with any unexpected emergency or contingency. If suddenly I were to lose the entire value of my share portfolio I could still pay off the entire value of the mortgage. This approach might be too defensively conservative for some but allows one to sleep peacefully at night while still enjoying the combination of high yields and low-cost funding.
nobbyx
16/3/2020
15:47
as said in post 2438 and so it came to pass
homeboy
16/3/2020
15:06
I'm looking forward to reading the hindsight (e.g. what I should have done was.....)
asmodeus
16/3/2020
10:22
I should add 'lol' to that I think!
eggbaconandbubble
16/3/2020
10:21
So, One takes out a thwacking great ten year fixed rate mortgage at say 2.5% loads up with CLIG and pockets 7.5% net return. Then wait a while for the share price to return to normal pocket the capital gain and pay off the loan!!! QED! Well, maybe!
eggbaconandbubble
16/3/2020
10:02
Its quite obscene and obvious how some of these shares are being hammered regardless.
skinny
16/3/2020
09:46
Thanks for that MG, those figures put things into perspective.
luderitz
16/3/2020
09:26
The problem is chaps....what value does anything have at the moment! But yes, somebody is making big big money here....and it aint us!
blackfinance
16/3/2020
09:00
Today's 20% fall in the first hour of trading is based on a volume of less than 20,000 shares !
masurenguy
15/3/2020
21:34
Forecast dividend 7.47% I'll certainly be buying more on a price drop.
melton john
15/3/2020
20:07
I'd expect AUM's to decline and big sell offs in the share price still to come.
homeboy
15/3/2020
19:09
I'd expect AUM to broadly track the EM equity indices. CLIG's client base is relatively sophisticated, non-retail so wouldn't expect big spike in outflows, such as we're likely to seek in the more retail focused asset managers.
riverman77
15/3/2020
18:37
If everyone is fleeing Emerging Markets what might this be doing to CLIG's AUM?
joan of arc
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