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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Cmc Markets Plc CMCX London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-0.50 -0.21% 232.50 16:35:21
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
233.00 229.00 236.50 232.50 233.00
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doobz: RC - just from their results they attribute the loss in revenue to lower market volatility, it’s understandable people would think more volatility back in the markets is a good thing for Cmcx
aleman: VIX up to 30. Possibly the highest weekly spell for VIX since February, though will need to be sustained for rather longer if CMCX are to see significant benefit. I'm a buy and hold investor. Volatility throws up more opportunities. I'd say I trade a bit more during or just after volatile times so do not agree that volatility will have no effect on CMCX's new clients, but nothing like the same magnitude of uplift as their leveraged clients, though.
rcturner2: I'm surprised that so many are pinning the share price performance here straight to volatility. CMCX was very strongly boosted by a whole load of new clients who had nothing to do in lockdown but start playing the markets. We are no longer in that world and there is no evidence that an increase in volatility leads to additional business for CMCX, in any meaningful sense.
undervaluedassets: Well everyone has been saying that cmcx has been suffering due to less volatile market conditions. Well, they are back!
sphere25: No problem Doobz. CMCX will inevitably have its time again. It's just about timing really. Hard to call bottoms, but I'm still wary with this one so just watching for now. Initial market reaction today is more of the same as previous moves. We could still see some further selling, but that follow through to the downside hasn't happened. I'm sure we have all seen big down moves, it's that follow through with futures off big after the first big down day, then closing at lows with any intraday spikes sold and it escalates from there with mentality on buy the dips changing. Even when I posted on the Sunday, the futures were farting about around -50 to -100 on the DOW. Alot of the weakness bought up overnight in a flash so initial market reaction is one of less concern than the headlines are suggesting. News from the ground in SA is of mild illness as per posts above and news today. They have just had the doctor who discovered the variant on and she said they are not seeing any concerning signs at the moment. When the BBC have the main headline as "Two people have the new variant" Then updates it later to "Three people have the new variant" I don't know what other's think. Isn't that abit much? But there must be a reason why so many countries are putting through quick action's so maybe there is more to it. Market isn't suggesting that but we shall see. Onwards! All imo DYOR
doobz: Sphere - an interesting read thanks.It really comes down to two factors with this new variant, firstly is it actually even a threat to health. There seem to be initial reports that it spreads more easily but is causing much milder symptoms, this is what we'd expect to see with a virus mutation over time. One news release of "Actually don't panic" would stabilise everything. The second issue is how the world leaders respond to the issue, by this I mean how heavily they over react.If they go down the route of over reaction (Just to be safe) and make the stupid decision to do any lockdowns in the UK then it will be Heavy red days for sure. On the CMCX note, They look massively over done now, you can only imagine trading activity is up again and will be strong over xmas and new year. Again just one hint of this in a news release should look very promising. I've taken a position here today after getting my timing wrong a couple of times but happy to hold through the short (Probably) volatile spell
bookbroker: RCT, investors look forwards not backwards, we know that sentiment is fickle. I have noticed that CMCX do not offer crypto., so maybe that is an issue. I can’t see it on my platform as an option, used to be avaliable but maybe margins necessary are so high as a result of volatility that they choose not offer the product. But then I could see CMCX a takeover target in time, still has a great deal to offer, and volatility likely to rise as central banks are slowly going to lose their grip entirely. Not raising rates is merely an unacceptable alternative to placate investment community now they are withdrawing stimulus. Last bullet in the gun before hyperinflation in everyday essentials.
grahamg8: Great discussion guys, quality in a nutshell is about repeatability which CMCX and similar businesses don't have. That is not the same as saying they are a poor company or a poor investment. Certainly the lower CMCX share price seems to have reflected some level of uncertainty going forward. I suspect the broker forecasts were in the main issued before the profits warning of 2 September. Peel Hunt says strong customer levels could indicate a rebound if activity picks up. In this context sky high gas prices and Evergrande on the brink of collapse are good news. Some are suggesting a share price fall to around 150. So set this against a median target of 397 you get a mid point of 273. And where is the share price? 267 at close. Who needs CFDs when the shares themselves are likely to be pretty volatile in the coming months.
imastu pidgitaswell: I think it is related to volatility - but I don't know, obviously. Not holding, but would be buying - except I can't because as per post above, my portfolio is all (not largely all - all) underwater thanks to recent machinations. As they're all safe shares I'm not selling them until they are in profit - hence no trading. Hence no trading income for my provider (not CMCX). I suspect there are thousands of others in a similar position. Quite happy to wait it out and take the large dividends on the holdings that I have (elsewhere) - but that won't do anything for the likes of CMCX and market volatility.
grahamg8: The charts for CMCX, IGG and PLUS are quite interesting. Over the past 12 months IGG and PLUS have tracked each other pretty closely. CMCX massively outperformed before slipping back and then there was the recent crash bringing the share price down to be the worst performer of the three. However over a five year timescale PLUS hugely outperformed in 2018-2019 before their price collapsed. Indeed the chart shape for PLUS 2018/9 and CMCX 2020/21 are remarkably similar. It's easy to blame the Directors for being overly optimistic and sucking investors in. But these three companies do very similar things and the share prices follow each other pretty closely over the longer term. The message seems clear to me. If one of the three starts rising strongly above and beyond the others then expect a painful correction in 12 to 18 months time.
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