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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cmc Markets Plc LSE:CMCX London Ordinary Share GB00B14SKR37 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -15.50 -3.67% 406.50 406.00 410.00 426.50 400.50 400.50 643,234 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 294.7 98.7 30.1 13.5 1,182

Cmc Markets Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/8/2020
16:41
I would love to know what number 1 and 2 are? This is still under the radar imo, but for how much longer.....
dancing piranha
18/8/2020
12:09
This share is showing in the top 3 shares on Stockopedias ranking list, this has what has brought me here today, I guess a few others too.
texaspete2
18/8/2020
10:55
Cheeky sale at 317+ and repurchase just now - been a while as been underwater for a month or so. Not sure why the spike up this morning - although looks like a few others took the chance to offload some.
imastu pidgitaswell
14/8/2020
11:47
Halved my holding this last week, good profit put to use on IGG looking forward to their dividend now :))
gbh2
13/8/2020
09:44
Thanks, I picked up a few traders @297p & just going to let them run for the time being
tudes100
13/8/2020
07:02
Hi Tudes, Currently anticipating a return to historical resistance approx 340-350 I work on the daily chart using patterns for target setting but these are dominated by historical horizontal, support and resistance levels. The near term pattern is not particularly clear, but could be a V reversal. Often we have to let a few sessions go by to get a clear idea of pattern. I am slightly wary, as we could see a larger H&S develop.
bamboo2
13/8/2020
00:54
do you have a TP Bamboo ?
tudes100
12/8/2020
19:40
Well spotted. Would be good to have a candlestick chart in the header - I was too dozy to think of the gap. Doh... Anyway, still here. Also the dividend (12p+) has been and gone during the time for the gap to be filled.
imastu pidgitaswell
12/8/2020
17:43
Prior Breakaway gap provided support and was filled in the process.
bamboo2
11/8/2020
08:36
lol, I can't argue with that.
gbh2
11/8/2020
08:22
Don't disagree - but I'd rather have greedy directors with large stakes in the company than greedy directors with little incentive for the long term.
imastu pidgitaswell
11/8/2020
08:20
I walked out on the last international company after two years of fighting greed in the Boardroom. I lost what little respect I ever had for company directors twenty odd years ago!
gbh2
11/8/2020
08:13
I just think it's odd. The previous has the Asia guy transferring 117k of them - which is a bit more like it. And actually looking a little further, it does seem to be a bit of a thing fairly regularly. Maybe it's a form of quasi-salary. Take it all back, no halfwits, they're wonderfully managed... Not a big issue, just seems strange to me. Maybe I'm being a little harsh and grumpy with the heat on...
imastu pidgitaswell
11/8/2020
08:09
What sort of halfwit drew up a scheme that awards 96 shares IF it's anything like the TW scheme the directors help themselves to a few every month, you can bet the very last people to suffer financially, in any company, will be the Company's directors!
gbh2
11/8/2020
08:03
I'm not slagging the guy himself, but the CFO and the deputy CEO have just 'bought' (been awarded) 96 shares under the incentive scheme. What sort of halfwit drew up a scheme that awards 96 shares as an incentive for senior management? Am hoping it is only a dividend taken in shares, otherwise they need a better scheme.
imastu pidgitaswell
11/8/2020
07:16
bamboo, imo a company requires a decent institutional following to provide the trading volume that gives credence to those that work with charts. cmcx has so little trading interest that a couple of small sells or buys can drive the share price 10p either way which makes charting unreliable at best and useless at worst. I used charting when I was into spread betting companies like lloy and the FSTE indexes because they have constant AT trades created by algorithm trading thus (imo) they create and work to patterns that can be charted.
gbh2
11/8/2020
07:04
Any read across from Plus 500 today...? GLA 😎
hawaly
10/8/2020
15:48
gb, I'm quite new to charting, so am keen to know how you would define very little liquidity? Do you have links to any further info on the subject of charts in relation to liquidity? Does greater liquidity mean therefore charts become more useful? Does liquidity go hand in hand with volume? I have traded this stock quite a bit, but at the level I deal, I have never had a problem with autoquotes to buy or sell.
bamboo2
10/8/2020
09:38
gbh2, whilst I don't swear by them & am not an expert in them at all, I find charts can be a useful tool, irrespective of the liquidity of the share. For example, I use the 50,130 & 200dma to help me define a strategy ahead of a general market sell off; having a strategy up front prevented me from randomly panic selling (or buying) during the crash earlier this year. I do hold some illiquid shares but try to position size accordingly so found little difficulty in selling some of them off in Feb/March as & when my rules were breached.
firtashia
10/8/2020
07:32
Charts are useless when there's very little liquidity.
gbh2
08/8/2020
14:46
Let’s see if this bounces off the 50dma, which it’s roughly at now. During the sell off volumes have now dropped off, but 14 day RSI not yet showing oversold. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
firtashia
07/8/2020
14:49
Think top director might want to sell some shares for fste 250 funds but may need to agree a price that's a total guess, but that is some fall.
rolo7
07/8/2020
13:31
I sold most off at around 305p ex dividend day, I doubt I'll buy back in given it's liquidity issues, igg looking a better prospect imo.
gbh2
07/8/2020
12:54
Potential turn unconfirmed so far, but yesterdays low at 294.5 still lies below today's low of 295. Added a few more at 296.85
bamboo2
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