Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
H&t Group LSE:HAT London Ordinary Share GB00B12RQD06 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 304.00p 308.00p 318.00p - - - 7,708 15:51:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 110.3 14.1 31.1 9.8 114.44

H&T Group Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/9/2018
22:56
Reminds me of an old game on the ZX Spectrum: Mr Wonga's Loopy Laundry. I digress.
leejp
02/9/2018
15:12
Only one thing worse than the wrong thread... and that's when you get an even wonga thread... I'll get me coat.
thorpematt
31/8/2018
09:10
Sorry, wrong thread
johnrxx99
30/8/2018
20:05
I reckon it could drive more business HAT's way but I doubt it will amount to much.
aleman
30/8/2018
19:59
Its very very mildly positive in my view. Unsecured lending is still plentiful though from other providers so unlikely to have much impact. Of course, when conditions deteriorate and unsecured lenders tighten their credit criteria then possibly more positive for H&T. They are doing just fine without a tailwind at this point.
topvest
30/8/2018
19:15
Hi podgyted, My thought is that it is mildly positive for HAT. Anyone that may have previously turned to Wonga will be looking for an alternative and HAT will be an option for some. As you suggest they are not totally "equivalent" businesses but the pawnbroking arm will imho benefit if unsecured sources of sub-prime credit become harder to find.
kazoom
30/8/2018
18:56
Anyone got any thoughts on the collapse of Wonga? HAT have been increasing their loan book so is it an opportunity or a sign that subprime is struggling? I personally think it's a nonevent as my reading is there is probably little overlap between W and HAT.
podgyted
29/8/2018
11:45
Aleman - I think the overall trading position is improving which is the main thing and you are right that they should generate reasonable profits from gold trading. Analysts forecasts per Stockopedia have been increasing from below 30p to 34p and now nudged down slightly to 32.1p consensus. Anything over 30p is excellent and fully supports the share price in my view.
topvest
29/8/2018
08:46
The bullies follow me around. Can't see what you post, so its a bit pointless! Find someone else to pick on.
topvest
28/8/2018
20:27
Thanks Aleman. Some people resort to accusations and bullying if you post something they don't agree with. Its the Woodford followers that I have upset as they don't like my thoughts. I just put them on filter (for any poor behaviour) and post what my honest views are, right or wrong. Life is too short to argue with bullies. If they don't agree with me that's fine and we will see who is right in due course. That's the purpose of a billboard. Anyway, lets get back to H&T.....
topvest
27/8/2018
21:59
I've been around slightly longer than topvest and posted nearly 3 times as much. I don't see how his 2.6 posts per day is evidence of anything disreputable. We've had a few shares in common over that time and his posting has struck me as being fairly sensible stuff without going into forensic accounting depth. I can't say I've seen all, or the majority even, of his posts, but it surprises me that he is being accused of anything. He just seemed a pretty normal sort of punter to me.
aleman
27/8/2018
15:33
I have nothing to do with TW. Wonga is a disreputable organisation and has little impact on H&T. Non-standard finance is a large market with many players. I am happy to hold H&T as it is a well run operation.
topvest
27/8/2018
10:23
It was certainly relevant during the debate on the demise of ABM a few years ago. Posters on here were suggesting that the traditional pawnbrokers were about to be supplanted by online lenders such as Wonga. It turned out to be a specific failure to manage its rising debt levels after premature expansion did for ABM while new regulations against aggressive debt collection have affected the online lenders.
scotches
27/8/2018
08:26
Interesting, but not really relevant to HAT at all. Lenders come and go.
topvest
27/8/2018
07:15
Should be the first, good news as less competition. HAT much less aggressive interest rates than Wonga, no risk of similar claims?
qvg
26/8/2018
22:47
So is this good news for HAT as it means less competition - or bad news as they face similar claims (no position)?
boystown
26/8/2018
18:50
hTTps://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/08/26/wonga-brink-collapse-surge-compensation-claims/ hTTps://www.theguardian.com/business/2018/aug/26/uks-biggest-payday-lender-wonga-on-the-brink-of-collapse "Payday lender Wonga is close to collapsing into administration as compensation demands mount up for the short-term money lender."
scotches
14/8/2018
19:37
EPS estimates for both 2018 and 2019 were actually lowered today o_O. I don't hold, but interesting.
pireric
14/8/2018
13:59
I think a leveling of gold price improves the margin, a rise in any period over-inflates it. The last period saw a fall thus it under-performed. The drop in share price over the period ensured it was priced in. Generally the tone here is positve IMV so a good time to buy in or add I would suggest.
thorpematt
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