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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
  -1.50 -0.1% 1,543.00 1,542.50 1,544.00 1,573.00 1,529.00 1,554.50 992,394 16:35:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 55.1 378.3 66.1 23.3 7,319

Hargreaves Lansdown Share Discussion Threads

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13/4/2014
11:44
If you want charts. This is the thread you want!
nofool
11/4/2014
03:45
Even roomorama have sent me a reassuring email about heartbleed. I guess they must have more than £43 billion under administration, that's why they take security more seriously than Hargreaves Lansdown.
zangdook
10/4/2014
10:32
Detected server software of Apache That server is known to use OpenSSL and could have been vulnerable. The SSL certificate for online.hl.co.uk valid 1 month ago at Mar 7 00:00:00 2014 GMT. This is before the heartbleed bug was published, it may need to be regenerated. Https://lastpass.com/heartbleed/?h=online.hl.co.uk Come on, HL, update your certificate and put out a statement. I'm not logging in until you do. How many billions of pounds are invested through you? And not even a hint about this on your website.
zangdook
08/4/2014
13:03
Beardy must fancy himself as some sort of Buffett-alike.
zangdook
03/4/2014
05:06
I wonder how they will make money out of that. I wonder if they will expect companies to pay them a percentage of their share prices as a return for inclusion in a Shares 100 list ?. Tongue in cheek but, that is how this industry has been working for years
marksp2011
31/3/2014
07:26
Great like we need another bunch of herd followers buying on the blue and selling on the red
allch2
31/3/2014
07:18
Hargreaves Lansdown to launch equity research arm 31 Mar 2014 | 08:01 Nick Paler Categories: Equities Topics: Hargreaves lansdown | Stockbroking gorham-ian inShare Hargreaves Lansdown is to expand its business with the creation of a new stockbroking research arm, Investment Week can reveal. The group is building an equity research team from scratch, having previously only provided general information and news updates on individual UK shares, rather than recommendations. The new team will provide Hargreaves' clients with analyst notes on stocks, and a house view. It will also mean Hargreaves will be giving buy/sell recommendations on UK shares for the first time. The move will see the business challenge established research teams, including major brokers such as Barclays. Hargreaves is making the move after becoming the country's largest execution-only stockbroker this year – the group has placed one in five of all retail trades in this area so far in 2014. The new team will be based in Bristol and report to a new head of equity research, for which the D2C giant is currently recruiting. Ian Gorham (pictured), chief executive, said the plans are an extension of the service Hargreaves already provides in the funds space. "HL Vantage is the leading direct to consumer investment supermarket in the UK, and this is a natural development of our service," he said. "It aims to provide our clients with the best combination of information and service on all the investments they choose to buy, whether funds, shares, passives, ETFs, or investment trusts. Clients value our expertise as well as our service." Hargreaves Lansdown's stockbroking arm has seen its revenues grow substantially in recent months, boosted by increasing client numbers, as well as a number of high profile IPOs including Royal Mail and Direct Line. As a result, stockbroking income for the first half of the 2014 financial year climbed 71% compared to the previous half year, hitting £18.3m. The percentage of assets in shares held on Vantage is currently 38%, the group said, and the group will aim to build on this with the launch of the research arm.
mechanical trader
24/3/2014
14:23
Broker Recommendations Galvan expects 'upsurge in business' at Hargreaves Lansdown 24 March 2014 11:23 Galvan Research and Trading has labelled financial services group Hargreaves Lansdown as a 'buy', saying that it should get a boost from George Osborne's 2014 Budget. The Chancellor unveiled a radical shake-up of the savings markets last week, giving customers unprecedented freedom over how they draw their pensions, whilst increasing the annual ISA allowance to £15,000 per person. Galvan believes that Hargreaves should see an "upsurge in business" as a result of customers beginning to take advantage of the new measures. "Hargreaves Lansdown investors have enjoyed a stellar share price performance over the last one to two years, as shares have trebled in value since April 2012," said Head of Trading, Ed Woolfitt. "Despite the record set of full-year results, the recent pre-budget blip was perhaps understandable given last year's changes by the FCA to fund platform commissions, but the pension revolution and ISA changes announced by the Chancellor will suit HL down to the ground as the UK's largest direct to investor 'Investment Supermarket'." Woolfitt estimates that the share price will return to its 52-week high of 1,549p in the coming two to three weeks. The stock was down 1% at 1,400p by 11:40 on Monday. BC
mechanical trader
23/3/2014
11:44
It will give HL a bigger pool of people to rip off so they should do well. Keep hiding the charges on many different lines and take 0.45% of everyones savings every year Good business. We should be seeing lots more pictures of Peter Hargreaves beaming out at us
marksp2011
19/3/2014
16:11
yeah i think it was that allowance increase £15k.. all good business potenmtially for brokers. cheeers
leeson31
19/3/2014
16:10
+14.4% I guess today's budget seen as positive for asset managers. Upside targets ATH at 1560.6 intraday / 1549 close. Wave 5 target 1733
enami
19/3/2014
16:00
The FT commented this afternoon saying...."asset managers including Hargreaves Lansdown, the investment provider, received boost from the news because of the greater choice entailed in Mr Osborne's announcement. Its shares rose 4.9 per cent to £13.79"
steeplejack
19/3/2014
15:54
Yes,the equivalent....this is the most radical shake up in the pensions industry in decades.
steeplejack
19/3/2014
15:50
makes sense but 2 quid on the share price? have they struck oil?
allch2
19/3/2014
15:40
hmmm.... don't know ,,,, vol. picking up
abcd1234
19/3/2014
15:40
Because if you look at the likes of Standard Life ,Legal and General,they provide annuities and in future people WON'T buy annuities at a rotten rate.They will draw down on their pension under these radical budget proposals and people like Hargreaves and St James will clearly see inflows just as the old style insurance companies will not get annuity business.Does that make sense?
steeplejack
19/3/2014
15:38
consolidation over, mini downtrend broke, back on for ath's now >>
leeson31
19/3/2014
15:29
Something do with the budget maybe? ISAs etc...
finethings
19/3/2014
15:14
why the spike up this afternoon, any info ? ta
abcd1234
21/2/2014
14:18
The best info on the post-rdr changes I've found so far.The linked comparison table is excellenthttp://monevator.com/work-out-cheapest-platform/
sludgesurfer
16/2/2014
10:56
For the widest range clearest pricing Relationship charge of £20/quarter not a charge per account and that your first £20 of commission in the quarter is offset against the £20 charge, III seems to be the place regular investment at £1.50 a pop on a very wide range of stocks and 2000 funds to choose from I trade foreign stocks there. The only thing I want from them is a multicurrency account so my US stocks can all stay in $ for divis etc but that is a small point
marksp2011
15/2/2014
23:16
They are absolutely rubbish, I couldn't buy Seagate in US because they said of settlement fee.I couldn't even see tyr in their web site so I had to buy the US stock tyru instead. Really strange broker, I need to move, any recommendations guys, much appreciated.
modform
15/2/2014
21:38
@zangdook Yep I have been doing a compare and contrast on the HL research with what is available elesewhere. It is quite fluffy.. I am not a tight wad and I do pay for research from Morningstar. Mstar rank the funds and also the people running them. I have never seen a bad report but when they are "neutral" on the fund and do not publish a rating on the people running it you can draw a sensible conclusion i chose my funds on Mstar.........find anything I else I can then buy the funds somewhere mstar has a cracking portfolio Xray tool that slices and dices what you hold so you can see what you have underlying. It saved me getting very overweight in 3-4 shares which I held solo but wee also getting heavy weightings in funds and ITs I held
marksp2011
15/2/2014
21:23
I have a mail from them that says the charge on ITs was to help HL deliver a quality service. I was quite shocked that they ring me to tell me things had happened. I am not sure that is high QoS - it is like your bank ringing you to tell you they have approved each debit card payment. I don't expect to get any issues with cash custody or trading that isn't high QoS it is what I paid for I really don't care how HL make their money or what they charge. I just want it clear and open. What would be nice is if the regulator gave out a standard profile of account with a given set of actions that would occur in a year and then.........all the providers had to quote the real cost I am not keen on using HL again after it became clear that a core basis for a fund getting on to their recommended investment lists was the benefit to HL. I am sure that is perfectly legal but don't think it is the right way to do things. I don't recall seeing anything on the wealth list that confirmed that the profit to HL formed part of the basis for recommendation I need to be doing something with my SIPPs before long. I dont think I will be asking HL for advice as I am not sure who their recommendations are designed to benefit It will be interesting to see what gets on the new list. Fundsmith anyone? I think getting the T class in III which returns the trail is cheaper that the clean R fund.
marksp2011
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