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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.00 0.49% 411.00 1,618 11:38:59
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
411.00 443.00 411.00 411.00 411.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 33.26 9.41 30.30 13.6 208
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
11:38:44 O 27 443.00 GBX

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City Of London Investment Daily Update: City Of London Investment Group Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CLIG. The last closing price for City Of London Investment was 409p.
City Of London Investment Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 404p and a 12 week average price of 404p.
The 1 year high share price is 576p while the 1 year low share price is currently 380p.
There are currently 50,679,095 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 12,672 shares. The market capitalisation of City Of London Investment Group Plc is £208,291,080.45.
topvest: The business model of CLIG is very sound. They should continue to prosper, as the DNA of CLIG is still in place. Barry has transitioned over the last decade to get to this point.
fordtin: Anyone know why IG have CLIG trading status as "call to close"?
nobbyx: Indeed, monty. We'll soon find out how much ClIG was Barry and how much Barry was ClIG. That said, the CLIG directorship appear to have been very aware of the ramifications of this change at the top and appear to have taken great care to ensure a smooth transition from Barry to post-Barry.
nobbyx: Who's to say CLIG's share price won't be back down to £4 or so within the week or fortnight? Such ups and downs are just exaggerated price movements based on small sales volumes in a narrow market. Good for anyone who can get a good buy at an opportunistic moment, but not a significant indicator of CLIG's underlying value, worth or prospects.
james188: I agree with that, Monty. Just to observe that 2 years ago, we were just starting to realise the full impact of COVID and the Karpus deal had not been announced. In any event, the CLIG share price has always bounced around and trading is often pretty thin. You just have to be patient when adding (or selling).
nobbyx: Indeed, bothdavis. A case of all boats sinking when the tide goes out...not a judgement on the merits or the proper valuation per se of CLIG shares... Personally I have got the funds to buy more CLIG shares. The problem is that CLIG is already one of the two largest holdings in my portfolio. My heart says (especially at this price) buy more - my head cautions against this, advising 'never fall in love with a share' or perhaps in the case of CLIG not too much in love with one. Diversity of investment - over time - is never a bad idea. Perhaps not the best, but never 'bad'.
eggbaconandbubble: Meaning? You want me to explain yet again how B.O. et al. have stated quite catagorically that they will do one thing then totally contradict themselves? Share price circa £5.2 down to £4 or below says quite a lot. I always avoid saying that I bought/sold etc. and have made loadsamoney as many do on these bbs. But on this occasion I will.... I sold most of my holdings around £5.1 - £5.2. But not quite all, and that irks me . But what really gets my goat is - and I've seen this so many times over the years - is posters who appear to be knowledgeable and conversant etc. subtly ramping up particular shares and eventually causing loss and distress to those less capable and maybe even more vulnerable. Actually, and I will be totally truthful here - the reason I sold most of my holding was that Barry Olif had announced a programme for selling this sahres at various prices the next being £5.50 which effectively put a cap on the share price As a result I saw better opportunities elsewhere. When both B.O. and others then proceeded to purchase a huge wad of shares circa £4.75 I smelled something I didn't and still do't like. So I've put up. And I will shut up if you too shut up instead of eulogising about a share that has recently lost about 25% of its value.
nobbyx: There is not much connection between the CLIG day-to-day share price and actual company events. On another day the share price may drop (or rise) by, say, 20p, for no apparent reason only to correct in the opposite direction, again for no apparent reason, a few days later. It's in the nature of the beast - a small company with a large proportion of loyal long-term shareholders and small daily share churn.
nobbyx: Masurenguy, I totally agree with your estimation of Barry Olliff's character and probity. He has been a model of how a person running a public company should treat its shareholders. I've been a shareholder since CLIG's AIM days of 2008. My cummulative dividend income now equals the amount I've invested in the shares. Taking the opportunity of today's bargain share price I bought a few more. This has marginally increased my average cost which prior to today was £2.693. This is not a share which will allow anyone to 'get rich quick' but as I prefer to have an easy life 'getting rich slowly' it suits me. I of course keep a close eye on CLIG as I do on all my other investments, but CLIG's sometimes significant day-to-day price swings concern me not a whit. It's what happens with small companies with low share turnovers. If I wanted to live a thrilling life while taking the chance of losing my shirt I'd be in something like Bitcoin - or perhaps betting on horses.
masurenguy: eggbaconandbubble - 2790: His well published sales programme is almost certainly holding the share price back. What "well published sales programme" are you referring to ? What are his planned sales volumes going forward and what are the trigger prices that will implement them ? eggbaconandbubble- 2792: Both Otemple (see above) and myself disagree about holding share price back. Barry Olliff sold 591,018 ordinary shares at an average weighted price of £5.039 per share on and around 17th February this year and a further 43,000 at £5.40 per share on 8 June. He subsequently sold 23,950 on 29 September and 15,421 two days later on 2 October at £5.50. Each of his share sales has been at a higher price throughout the year so how have they been "holding the share price back" otemple3 - 2793: it's why I don't personally hold.....I sold a while back and decided to wait until we were getting closer to the selling completing. So if you believe that Barry Olliff's share sales have been holding the price back (without providing any evidence whatsoever to substantiate that claim) then you must be waiting for the shareprice to go up before you reinvest here? Waiting to Buy higher seems to be a very peculiar investment strategy to me!
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