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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
  -21.00 -1.32% 1,569.00 1,567.00 1,569.00 1,603.00 1,552.00 1,581.50 825,146 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 55.1 378.3 66.1 23.7 7,442

Hargreaves Lansdown Share Discussion Threads

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03/5/2019
07:51
Anybody else finding a problem still with Hargreaves IT. Irrespective of location or hardware when you go onto the individual account the live prices are stubborn to start. Sometimes only way is going in and out of the accont to get live streaming.
stewart64
23/4/2019
12:21
Well it potentially introduces up to 21,000 new clients to HL's platform. In HL's interims they stated that 44% of gross inflows were from existing clients - a valuable future source of additional funds to the platform. Who knows, they may end up investing in higher margin products..
lomax99
23/4/2019
09:59
Great for Assets Under Management, but if it's all investment trusts it won't provide much extra to the bottom line as shares and ITs have 0% annual charge in the Vantage F&S account. (0.45% capped at £45 in ISA, 0.45% capped at £200 in SIPP). Also from the article "Baillie Gifford has agreed with Hargreaves Lansdown that charges for the scheme’s clients will not change for three years." - I wonder what those are?
ochs
23/4/2019
09:20
JP Morgan the other week, now Baillie Gifford with £1.3bn: Https://citywire.co.uk/wealth-manager/news/hargreaves-handed-1-3bn-in-baillie-gifford-platform-funds/a1222601 A bit of a trend here.....
lomax99
17/4/2019
09:05
Major IT problems on the site these past two days, often just the 15 minute delay price. Not great for entry points and trading generally. ( intermittent..normal service just now)
stewart64
10/4/2019
11:46
That 500 was my buy.
niggle
10/4/2019
07:34
Another further mandate win for HL. from JP Morgan, which involves 33,000 clients and assets of £765m. Https://www.ftadviser.com/investments/2019/04/09/hargreaves-to-take-on-33-000-jp-morgan-clients/ HL. are increasingly looking like the default choice for such mandates.
lomax99
02/4/2019
12:20
Nick Train lifts Hargreaves Lansdown stake to over 11% Star fund manager buys more shares in Hargreaves Lansdown to raise holding in UK's biggest broker close to £1 billion. Https://citywire.co.uk/new-model-adviser/news/nick-train-lifts-hargreaves-lansdown-stake-to-over-11/a1216839 Star fund manager Nick Train has bought more shares in Hargreaves Lansdown (HL) to lift his stake in the UK's largest broker above 11% and close to the £1 billion mark. The moves comes after the Citywire AA-rated fund manager shelled out around £374 million to more than double his position in January. According to a stock exchange announcement, Train (pictured) made his latest purchase on 25 March. He now owns over 52.3 million shares in the £8.8 billion, FTSE 100 listed broker, which at Friday's closing price of £18.63 is worth around £975 million. In a trading update for his Finsbury Growth & Income (FGT) investment trust after he pounced on the shares trading at eight-month lows after last October's market crash, Train hailed Hargreaves Lansdown’s potential for ‘explosive growth’ once the UK economy entered its next upswing. While the manager noted that the stock had been one of the biggest detractors to his performance in January, he said you do not have to 'work too hard to see the bright side,’ for the business. He added: ‘It is undeniable that growth slowed at Hargreaves Lansdown [in late 2018], during a very tricky time for UK politics and global stock markets. ‘Nonetheless the business did grow and, importantly, took share – now representing 39% of the direct to consumer platform market and nearly 32% share of the stock broking market.’ The overwhelming bulk of the company’s stake is held in Train’s £5.4 billion Lindsell Train Equity fund, a top performer that Hargreaves recommends in its influential Wealth 50 list. The fund which owns around 5.1% of the stake, while Finsbury holds around 1.25%. The remainder is held across the group’s funds. Shares in Hargreaves have tumbled from a record high of £22.62 last autumn. Even after that rerating it remains priced at an aggressive growth premium of around 33.5 times last year’s earnings, versus an investment management and fund peer average of 12. Half-year results in January showed the company increased pre-tax profits by 4% to £153.4 million in the six months to December. Although assets under administration fell 6% to £85.9 billion, customer numbers rose 45,000 to nearly 1.4 million.
lomax99
02/4/2019
09:08
Looks like the Nick Train effect! Chooochooo
mozy123
07/3/2019
13:11
Very detailed recent report on HL shares which may be of interest. hTTps://knowledge.sharescope.co.uk/2019/02/27/screening-for-my-next-long-term-winner-hargreaves-lansdown/
ochs
06/3/2019
15:36
Thanks for posting those articles. Yes the potential for the Savings market is huge and will often be new clients who haven't wanted to take the risk with funds and shares.
ochs
06/3/2019
08:53
My view is similar to Trains last statement. It will become the savings choice for millions of Brits that dont typically like the risk of investing.
mozy123
06/3/2019
05:32
Train hails Hargreaves' 'explosive' potential after doubling stake14/2/19Https://citywire.co.uk/funds-insider/news/train-hails-hargreaves-explosive-potential-after-doubling-stake/a1201002Star fund manager Nick Train has hailed Hargreaves Lansdown's (HRGV) potential for 'explosive growth' a week after his Lindsell Train fund group revealed it had doubled its stake in the online stockbroker.In an update to investors in his Lindsell Train UK Equity fund and Finsbury Growth & Income (FGT) investment trust, Citywire AA-rated Train noted the stock had been one of the biggest detractors to his performance in January.'Yet, to our mind, you don't have to work too hard to see the bright side,' he added. 'It is undeniable that growth slowed at Hargreaves Lansdown [in late 2018], during a very tricky time for UK politics and global stock markets.'Nonetheless the business did grow and, importantly, took share – now representing 39% of the direct to consumer platform market and nearly 32% share of the stock broking market.'When confidence and volumes recover we'd expect Hargreaves Lansdown to deliver explosive growth.'Shares in Hargreaves have tumbled more than a fifth from a record high of £22.62 last autumn to a recent £16.56, although even after that rerating it remains priced at an aggressive growth premium of 33.5 times last year's earnings, versus an investment management and fund peer average of 12.The shares tumbled in October after it warned that equity volatility was driving an 'industry wide slowdown' in net retail flows.Investors have fretted about the security of Hargreaves Lansdown's imperial pre-tax profit margins which, while they remain extraordinarily high on a pre-tax measure of 65% in late 2019, have dropped from a recent peak above 70% in late 2017.Even in the highly cash generative world of asset management, the company still manages to bank around twice the level of revenues of its peer group.Train, however, pointed out that the company's willingness to freely spend that cash to stay abreast of the competition was a core selling point for him. 'Hargreaves has and continues to invest heavily in its client service,' he wrote.'We liked some of the two year statistics the company shared. Over that period the number of clients is up 30% to 1.1 million; transactions on the site have climbed from 5.4 million to 6.1 million per annum. The number of calls to the help desk has increased from 680,000 to 890,000 per annum, while – and I love this statistic – the time taken to answer a client call has fallen from 30 to 18 seconds.'Train is a long-term backer of Hargreaves Lansdown. His conviction puts him at odds with City consensus, which in recent months has fallen to the most bearish point seen in many years, with Barclays the sole house holding it on a 'buy', on a £20.14 target versus the median £17.05. Lindsell Train has now leapfrogged BlackRock and Baillie Gifford to become the biggest holder after founders Peter Hargreaves and Stephen Lansdown.The overwhelming bulk of the company's stake is held via Train's £5.4 billion UK Equity fund, which owns 5.1% of the Hargreaves Lansdown market cap. The £1.3 billion trust owns a comparatively modest 1.3%, while the stock is a relative newcomer to the £5.7 billion Lindsell Train Global Equity fund. Citywire AAA-rated Michael Lindsell, who runs the global fund with Train and James Bullock, said in his latest update to investors that the stock now accounted for more than 2.5% of the portfolio after buying during the sell-off.He hailed the online stockbroker's new cash savings service. 'Its new product, Active Savings, which offers highly competitive cash deposit rates from a selection of challenger banks, is in the foothills of a significant and differentiated growth opportunity for the company,' he said.
lomax99
06/3/2019
05:20
Hargreaves Lansdown eats up market share. 1/3/19Https://citywire.co.uk/funds-insider/news/the-expert-view-hargreaves-lansdown-rolls-royce-and-rsa/a1205336#i=2Numis has highlighted Hargreaves Lansdown's (HRGV) continued seizing of market share, up to 41.4% according to figures from consultancy The Platform.Analyst James Hamilton, who rates the shares a 'hold' on a £17 target price, said he expected more to come. The shares rose 14p to £17.14.'We believe Hargreaves Lansdown is a structural growth story which it has been ever since initial public offering and should remain, possibly for decades to come,' he said.'Key for us is that of the Hargreaves Lansdown estimate of the £2.4 trillion addressable market of UK savings Hargreaves Lansdown currently has about 3% which means we believe Hargreaves Lansdown has the potential to continue to grow rapidly for decades.'The group supports a justifiable premium valuation to the market being valued at 33.6 times this year's earnings.'
lomax99
05/3/2019
12:26
Yes, seems I spoke too soon... but still a good rise from sub £17 recently.
ochs
05/3/2019
11:52
Yep, very nice, despite today’s pullback.
thamestrader
05/3/2019
11:43
According to the bottom left of the HL website screen for HL shares it was 14 Feb. p.s. nice share price rise over the past few days.
ochs
05/3/2019
11:42
They went ex-dividend on 14/2/19.
lomax99
05/3/2019
11:31
I see we have a divi due on 11/3, can anyone please tell me when they went XD? For some reason XD dates are not listed on their financial calendar, and I was just wondering if I'm going to get it or not. Thanks in advance.
thamestrader
17/2/2019
20:24
Having been treated by Barclays with sheer contempt last year,having had my investments locked up from August to December, following their disastrous transfer of 600,000 accounts to Smart Investor which led to many leaving Barclays, of which I was one, HL is a dream broker. I know of one investor who had £1m + in his ISA account and had to leave it with Barclays as nervous to move that amount of money. In contrast I have not found any faults with HL so far. I topped up on HL during last week.
cottlet
15/2/2019
14:42
Liked Trains write up in the FGT monthly fact sheet. Agree with him. Where did I put my cheque book...
mozy123
06/2/2019
15:40
Big vote of confidence from Lindsell Train (already a long term holder) who it's just been announced increased their stake significantly from 5% to just over 10% on 29 January (interim results day). Good news for me is that I was able to read the announcement on the HL site (see my earlier posts!) and I topped up myself last week at well under £17.
ochs
01/2/2019
08:41
My only gripe with HL is the way they handle cash. The statements are poor (no 'balance' column), and the way 'capital' and 'income' are shown in separate ledgers, does my head in. This is unnecessarily complicated and benefits me not one bit. Any idea why they do this? Neither of my other brokers feel the need to do this.
thamestrader
31/1/2019
20:42
Good to see HL add an easy/instant access option to their Active Savings service today.
lomax99
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