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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hargreaves Lansdown Plc LSE:HL. London Ordinary Share GB00B1VZ0M25 ORD 0.4P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -13.00 -0.77% 1,683.00 1,679.00 1,680.50 1,710.00 1,669.00 1,706.00 1,043,172 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 55.1 378.3 66.1 25.5 7,983

Hargreaves Lansdown Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/10/2010
17:13
Who says that this is a placing of new shares?
kenlum
07/10/2010
15:04
True. H-L clients (many of whom did very well out of the flotation 3 years ago) would no doubt soak up much of any placing - and they could be informed of it at the press of a button, though non-client shareholders would have reason to feel aggrieved. But I still say: what placing?
hoggetwood
07/10/2010
13:58
A rights issue always costs more to administer than a placing - all those shareholders that need to be communicated with!!
ianbrewster
07/10/2010
12:14
Many thanks. You've clearly got your ear to the ground. Wouldn't have thought, though, that they needed money. And if they did, wouldn't they do a rights issue? But I know nothing.
hoggetwood
07/10/2010
11:45
Rumours of a share placing of 13 million shares at approximately 430p.
robinnicolson
07/10/2010
10:33
What's going on today?
hoggetwood
20/9/2010
10:14
Erric. Could you, please, explain your reasoning?
hoggetwood
17/9/2010
08:32
Citigroup has raised HL. to buy from hold and raised the price target to 485p from 320p.
robinnicolson
16/9/2010
11:53
Daily Volumes HL. 15 Sep 2010 (Wed) 240,698 14 Sep 2010 (Tue) 181,300 13 Sep 2010 (Mon) 187,809 10 Sep 2010 (Fri) 193,145 9 Sep 2010 (Thu) 131,296 8 Sep 2010 (Wed) 293,800
liquidkid
16/9/2010
11:40
Headline - WAGS in selling spree! Must have been something spurious in the cakes at the coffee morning On 15th September 2010, the Company received notification from Mr Nigel Bence, a PDMR, that on 15th September 2010, his wife Mrs Clair Bence, a Connected Person, sold a total of 190,000 ordinary shares at a price of 427.5 pence per share. Mr Bence's resultant share holding (including those of his connected persons) has reduced by 0.04% of issued share capital as a result of this transaction and is currently 187,684 ordinary shares representing 0.04% of issued share capital. 13th September 2010, the Company received notification from Mr Mark Dampier, a PDMR, that on 13th September 2010, his wife Mrs Annette Dampier, a Connected Person, sold a total of 415,000 ordinary shares at a price of 415 pence per share. Mr Dampier's resultant share holding (including those of his connected persons) has reduced by 0.09% of issued share capital as a result of this transaction and is currently 933,187 ordinary shares representing 0.20% of issued share capital. On 10th September 2010, the Company received notification that Mrs Judith Marson, wife of Nick Marson, a PDMR, sold a total of 50,000 ordinary shares at a price of 400.15 pence per share. Mr Marson's resultant share holding (including those of his connected persons) has reduced by 0.01% of issued share capital as a result of these transactions and is currently 657,676 ordinary shares representing 0.14% of issued share capital.
liquidkid
02/9/2010
19:23
http://www.my-share.co.uk/September-2010-Share-tips.php Tipped in press-BUY
nellie1973
02/9/2010
13:29
Kenlum: Spot on! To have achieved such excellent growth and profit growth despite the financial and market shennanagans of the last two years is quite a feat. I'll be buying on dips - pity I didn't have the courage to do so before. (Holder since float)
hoggetwood
02/9/2010
10:26
http://www.stockopedia.co.uk/research/hargreaves-lansdown-plc-lonhl-into-the-unknown-47116/
rockafella2
18/8/2010
12:21
I can't see why not - a great business model - many said it was overpriced at 2.30!
kenlum
18/8/2010
11:29
I've actually gone short on this at £4.00. Reminds me of Rightmove. Great Company, making good profits, but i just dont see how the valuation can be justified as i dont see the past growth continuing at the same rate in the future.
davydoo
22/7/2010
16:12
Certainly worth £1.50 a share but I dont know how long £3.50 will last.
ben gunn
21/5/2010
12:48
Another problem with this outfit is the arbitrary way they decide which stocks they're willing to deal online. Buy a stock one day, come back to sell it next week and oops, We are unable to deal xxx online. No reason given or imaginable. I even once had them refuse to deal an AIM stock (listed on their site) when I rang them up.
zangdook
27/4/2010
16:00
Some wacky movement with share price today.....up and down like a yoyo
shazzieb
26/4/2010
21:09
RNS peter Hargreaves to step down in the autumn
swingitbaby
26/4/2010
18:46
Current view of brokers & IC: http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/Companies/ByEvent/TechnicalAnalysis/Analysis/article/20100426/a449efcc-4d2c-11df-a218-00144f2af8e8/Hargreaves-Lansdown-pulls-in-the-business.jsp
robinnicolson
21/2/2010
09:55
used to be with HL, they are way much too expensive to trade with. found their service a bit dated compared to peers. moved over to tdwaterhouse its 6.50 if a regular trader, and a better service with its settlement service. HL's share price is looking very expensive at p/e 30, having touched an all time high last week. Profits are not astounding for such a highly rated company. Makes you wonder how much further it can go..
goofball25
19/2/2010
11:46
Zangdook - try thesharecentre at £7.50 a trade. So far (one year and 75+ trades) they have never let me down online. They have a phone trade desk too.
don ron
16/2/2010
12:40
I'm showing a very healthy 57% profit on my shareholding in this company so i'm not complaining :-) but then i trade once in a blue moon!!
lordkendal
04/2/2010
12:01
Yes, I could have done that and on that occasion perhaps I ought to have given up trying and phoned the order in sooner, but I signed up for an internet broker, where I can see my holdings, do a few dummy trades if need be until the price is right, and not have to deal directly with people. Have you tried ringing them up and when they give you the price asking them to try again in a couple of minutes in case it's moved? They don't like it. If the site was down once every couple of months, that would be more understandable, but it's down easily one day in ten, for at least part of the day. But I have somehow acquired about a hundred holdings, and since they charge a tenner each to let you transfer them out to someone with a working computer system, I have to do some serious consolidation first. I've been thinking of starting up a thread just for people to complain about their brokers, but it's too depressing to go through with it.
zangdook
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