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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
  -16.00 -3.02% 514.00 510.00 532.00 514.00 514.00 514.00 2,369 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 33.3 9.4 30.3 17.0 260

City Of London Investment Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/3/2021
12:36
HL are always last of the brokers that I use to credit dividends to my account, but they usually arrive late on the same day. By way of contrast, CLIG dividends in my Charles Stanley Direct and Interactive Investor accounts arrived first thing yesterday. It is one reason why I use HL less these days.
james188
20/3/2021
11:09
Thanks Mas
jomac2412
20/3/2021
10:46
I didn't receive my dividends from my broker yesterday either. However, that's not unusual since it often takes them a couple of days to process them before they hit my account.
masurenguy
20/3/2021
10:31
Never received Dividends as expected yesterday from HL , anyone else have this problem ?
jomac2412
10/3/2021
16:33
Good to know JJ. Every day's a school day.
melton john
10/3/2021
16:16
Might be "regular" saver, share purchases, the £25 per month job, that some Brokers offer their customers ??
ukneonboy
10/3/2021
16:06
Since I was head of Shareholder relations prior to retiring from CLIG / CLIM, and worked closely with the Market Make, when he was at Cannacord and now Zeus, I can assure you most of the little trades are rebalancing and done automatically
jayjmckenna
10/3/2021
15:26
Thanks guys. As good a pair of theories as I was able to come up with.
stun12
10/3/2021
15:10
CLIG is part of a few indexes. When an Index Fund has a change in one of the components (like CLIG), the fund must rebalance. This is usually only done once a day
jayjmckenna
10/3/2021
14:43
CLIG isn't a stock where market makers have a monopoly so it's open to direct market access by people using low price per trade platforms. The market maker spread is 20p compared to about 6p for smaller quantities. The single share trades? I don't know.
melton john
10/3/2021
10:56
Just curious as to why there are always a plethora of tiny odd lot trades on CLIG. Any ideas anyone?
stun12
02/3/2021
16:52
That's was superb, thanks.
montyhedge
01/3/2021
18:20
Cheers Mayn !
masurenguy
01/3/2021
16:53
I have no objection
tmfmayn
01/3/2021
13:07
Thanks speedsgh, for the link to that review. I have put the link into the header since I think that it gives any new prospective investor a very good insight into the merged business. Since this information is already in the public domain I trust that Maynard Paton has no objection. I'll remove it if he does.
masurenguy
01/3/2021
12:30
I don't believe Karpus collects a generous salary any longer, just his Non Exec fees. His previous enormous salary now accrues to CLIG shareholders.
cockerhoop
01/3/2021
11:44
CITY OF LONDON INVESTMENT: H1 Figures Reveal Record $10.9b FuM And Astonishing 55% Margin But Client ‘Rebalancing’ Keeps P/E Stuck At 11x - HTTPS://maynardpaton.com/2021/02/24/city-of-london-investment-h1-figures-reveal-record-10-9b-fum-and-astonishing-55-margin-but-client-rebalancing-keeps-p-e-stuck-at-11x/
speedsgh
01/3/2021
11:06
Totally agree Karpus is no mug and won't be selling any shares on the cheap, especially given he will be getting over £5 million in CLIG dividends every year, on top of his generous salary.
2wild
01/3/2021
10:45
Thanks Homer! :-) Very good points.
eggbaconandbubble
01/3/2021
10:24
Karpus clearly not wanting to take it private given that he had a private company and merged with a listed one. The bigger risk is if he starts selling. But here a lockup prevents this in the short term. But more importantly, CLIG were building up their cash reserves in order to complete this transaction and in the end, Karpus wanted an all-share deal. i.e. he very much preferred CLIG shares to cash at the time. Things change but I would doubt he will be a significant seller anytime soon based on this reasoning. With 31%, Karpus can block a takeover if he wants to, but a blocking stake also means that no one is taking the company over on the cheap. so this works both ways.
dangersimpson2
01/3/2021
10:09
Does this Karpus geezer pose any threat to other (certainly private) shareholders by having a 31.5% shareholding. Can a shareholding of that size be useful to the person who owns it(either the current owner or someone else who acquires it)ultimately to the disadvantage of other share holders? By whatever means.
eggbaconandbubble
01/3/2021
08:22
Yes I like to reinvest the dividend of this into my Isa, below 500p would be a bonus.
montyhedge
24/2/2021
13:44
Unfortunately it seems they use divi reinvestments to boost the price before dropping it back once you have paid the premium. Still worth sinking back in though.
mach100
24/2/2021
13:16
Financial Calendar.
skinny
24/2/2021
13:13
19th March according to Stocko
melton john
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