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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
  -14.00 -0.92% 1,515.50 1,514.00 1,515.00 1,541.50 1,511.00 1,517.50 1,042,699 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 55.1 378.3 66.1 22.9 7,188

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/7/2014
15:40
no, stopped out.... now monitoring.. cheers
leeson31
28/7/2014
15:37
Really weak again today on the backdrop of a flat market, waiting for 1040 to see if it provides support before taking a long. Re enter your long Leeson?
2ngh
25/7/2014
09:04
i'm in today actually, at 1074p, stop at 1054p, limit currently set at 1160p, hoping ive caught the bottom point/area, hence only gone long £5/point, because it hasnt broke down-trend yet. cheers
leeson31
25/7/2014
08:52
No worries. You have a position Leeson?
2ngh
25/7/2014
08:48
you're right 2NGH, that chart is wrong. ive deleted it, and addded the URl to check for shorts above 0.50pc in the header. http://www.shorttracker.co.uk/company/GB00B1VZ0M25/all cheers
leeson31
25/7/2014
08:41
Is that short position accurate in the chart above? I have the short position at 1% but on a steady climb so appears the short crew are expecting lower. 1040 looks a good place to park an initial buy order.
2ngh
24/7/2014
11:42
Might test the 1000-1020 region.
5bag
23/7/2014
11:30
stock shorts at 11pc... maybe that ??
leeson31
23/7/2014
11:09
Opportunity time or are we missing something?
its the oxman
23/7/2014
11:06
Fallen 20% over two weeks. Incredible!
dbensimon
21/7/2014
13:05
Looks like we're heading for 1000p
its the oxman
11/7/2014
21:57
Fallen quite a bit now. Is it close to turning? Certainly reckon it could be much higher come year end - especially with the increase in isa and pension changes.
its the oxman
11/7/2014
09:26
Still waiting... "No results match your search Sorry, we were unable to find any securities matching the criteria specified. Please check and try again."
zangdook
11/7/2014
08:08
Once again HL are sleeping on the job. ERET did a partial compulsory redemption overnight and the shares are trading under a new ISIN. Yes, they are trading, first trade 8.11 am, several chunky buys and well down into bargain territory, but over an hour after markets opened HL still haven't updated their site with the new codes and you can't do a thing. By the time they get it sorted those bargain shares will be history, most likely...
zangdook
08/7/2014
09:49
No real surprise these are underperforming, almost every rns a director share sale
allch2
11/6/2014
07:17
The HL charging structure needs to be put in context - as a customer of theirs who was not entirely happy with the fee increases I thought I'd insure myself with a second provider. However, having chosen i i i as a service provider be aware that a regular DD takes 7 days to be credited to your account and a one off payment 11 days. So whilst I may have fee protection I certainly don't feel like I'm getting much of a service. With that in mind, can anyone recommend a provider that is both reasonably efficient and yet still cost competitive ?
joe say
04/5/2014
11:38
HL finally put their Heartbleed announcement up on April 16, though you have to search for it. Http://www.hl.co.uk/security-centre/heartbleed-bug Perhaps they were woken up by their Sharecast AIM Bulletin story the day before: Http://www.hl.co.uk/shares/aim-and-small-cap-news/aim-bulletin/archive/tungsten-network-unaffected-by-heartbleed-bug
zangdook
16/4/2014
06:25
16 April 2014 Interim Management Statement Hargreaves Lansdown Plc Hargreaves Lansdown Plc ('the Group') publishes today its Interim Management Statement as required by the UK Listing Authority's Disclosure and Transparency rules. This statement covers the period from 1 January 2014 to 15 April 2014, and includes trading results for the three and nine months ended 31 March 2014. Highlights -- Record level of Assets under Administration ("AUA"), an increase of GBP2.3 billion in the three months to 31 March 2014 to GBP45.7 billion (31 March 2013: GBP35.1 billion). -- Record quarterly net inflows of GBP1.83 billion in the three months to 31 March 2014 (2013: GBP1.80 billion). -- Record cumulative total net inflows of GBP4.63 billion in the nine months to 31 March 2014 (2013: GBP3.44 billion). -- Year-to-date total net revenue up by 8% to GBP216.0 million. -- Net new active Vantage clients up 33,000 in the quarter (2013: 30,000) -- Total active clients as at 31 March 2014 617,000 (31 March 3013: 483,000) Chief Executive's Statement We are pleased to report net inflows of GBP1.83 billion, a record for any quarter in Hargreaves Lansdown's history. Net inflows for the year to date, at GBP4.63 billion, are up 35% on the comparative nine month period. Assets Under Administration now stand at GBP45.7 billion, (31 March 2013: GBP35.1 billion), up 30%. Active Vantage clients now number 609,000 (March 2013: 476,000), a rise of 33,000 in the quarter (2013: 30,000), a 10% improvement on last year, and a rise of 133,000 in the last 12 months. We are also pleased with the 6% increase in net revenue for the quarter to GBP73.7 million (3 months to 31 March 2013: GBP69.5 million). New clients and accounts have generated increased revenue whilst UK stock markets (a key driver of revenue levels) have been muted, falling by 1.5%. Interest rates have remained low, prolonging the drag on our interest income. Whilst not reported on a quarterly basis, operating costs have continued to be well controlled. Our first class service, investor confidence and the attraction of equity investment in comparison to cash in the continued low interest rate environment have all contributed to our continued growth. Positive stock markets around tax year end can be helpful and given that the FTSE All-Share index fell 1.5% in the key quarter to March, compared to a 9.3% increase in last year's comparative quarter, we are additionally delighted with our performance. In January 2013 following the implementation of RDR1, transfers in stock between platforms were introduced affording a significant boost to our business at that time. At the same time net new business was boosted by the introduction of a SIPP loyalty bonus. The comparative third quarter of 2014, whilst not enjoying the same regulatory boost, nevertheless delivered substantial net transfers in to Hargreaves Lansdown. The overall effect was a record third quarter for net inflows. This quarter has seen the transition to the arrangements required by the Retail Distribution Review 2 ("RDR2"). These new rules went live on 6 April 2014. We are pleased that in making these changes Hargreaves Lansdown was able to reduce the cost of investing for the majority of our clients, and deliver these strong results at the same time. We have been satisfied with our implementation of the new rules to date. Hargreaves Lansdown offers a high quality, secure, competitive, low cost service for the general public. Clients are clearly attracted to the discounts we have negotiated for clients on our "Wealth 150+" funds. Over 30% (GBP250 million) of all new fund investments in March were into Wealth 150+ funds, and over 40% in early April. The extensive operational and technology changes required for the new rules have also been integrated into the service without major issue. Hargreaves Lansdown has always aimed to be the best for overall value. We are happy with our current strong position, but not complacent. As the recent price changes continue to be absorbed we will keep the marketplace under review and listen to the feedback from our clients to ensure we remain the best value place for the UK public to buy investments. The spring budget announcements were the other big news of the quarter. The changes announced represent a sea change in opportunity, with exceptional reform of Pensions, a higher ISA limit and more simplicity. More importantly, positive voter and press reaction have signalled to politicians that pensions and investments are an important potential vote-winning subject. We may now find that there is more enthusiasm about retail investing, something Hargreaves Lansdown has long campaigned for. We are enthusiastically preparing to service these new and welcome flexible arrangements, including continuing to look at the potential for enhanced cash services. As one of the largest providers of high quality, low cost ISAs and modern drawdown pensions in the UK we should stand to benefit from these changes. We also welcome the 0.75% charging cap on default funds in Corporate Pensions. As a modern, efficient, low-cost provider of corporate pensions this cap will be easily accommodated and should lead to more employers considering switching from older, expensive, poor service schemes. Looking forward, the launch of the fund manager Neil Woodford's new venture will clearly create interest. Having delivered the regulatory change our development capacity can now return to assisting in augmenting the momentum we have built up. We look forward with optimism to a successful full year and new and exciting opportunities. Ian Gorham, Chief Executive
leeson31
15/4/2014
13:38
Another example of how to do it: Heartbleed Bug - Nationwide undertakes regular and comprehensive security testing. We are sure that no customers using our online services are at risk. There is currently no need for customers to take any action to change Nationwide passwords. Still nothing from HL.
zangdook
14/4/2014
18:28
Thanks mate
spock88
14/4/2014
18:17
Looks at the 50pc macd cycle point.... Give or take 25p seems to be the bottom area.... Cheers
leeson31
14/4/2014
18:04
leeson, the man with the charts do you think this is a good time to buy back in or has it further to fall mate ? Looking well oversold now.
spock88
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