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
  2.00 0.11% 1,862.50 1,869.00 1,870.50 1,885.00 1,823.00 1,874.50 918,674 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 480.5 305.8 52.1 35.7 8,834

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01/10/2019
17:13
Charles Schwab have got rid of all dealing fees today, its the way its going,HL valuation is crazy, especially at this point in the cycle, whole world moving into recession and the uk with its very own source of home grown self harming problems.....
porsche1945
01/10/2019
15:31
Recent HL share rise surprised me but todays Credit Suisse harsh assessment at target price 1740p should bring realism to the market. Mark Dampier (research director) offloaded large stakes at prices between £18 and £24 in the last 12 months. PE of over 30 for the tail end of a growth cycle with mounting competition appears unfounded
rnbf
26/9/2019
10:01
agreed :-)
sicker
26/9/2019
09:25
More fake news! Re Metro - anyone who does not breach the FCSC £85k individual firm limit is protected. Good to see the share price is currently up c 1% on a 31.7p ex-divi day.
lomax99
26/9/2019
08:49
Next up for claims against Hargreeds Landslide is the Active Savings - Savings Account - High Interest Savings - HLAccounts. This high growth business has been aggressively promoting Metro Bank term deposits. How many people are feeling a little unsettled with the state of the situation? Active Savings Accounts: Savings accounts that require account holders to complete certain prerequisites such as crediting of salary or credit card spending in order to receive higher interest. Passive Savings Accounts: Savings accounts that does not require account holders to complete certain prerequisites to receive interest. Generally have lower interest compared to active savings accounts. Would it not be prudent for the PRA & FCA to scrutinise HL contributions as the dominant player it is exhibiting monopolistic behaviour. Noting HL Revenues on Cash increased by 74% to £73.2 million yet the levy merely rebased to a paltry £7 million In light of Woodford the increased risks to HL customers cannot be contained specifically to cash amounts. HL is not a bank. HTTPS://goodwinbarrett.co.uk/mis-sold-managed-portfolio/
liquidkid
25/9/2019
18:06
Hmmm, rnbf - an ADVFN member for two minutes, 4 posts, including starting an HL 'stock to short' thread (no responses to-date). No guesses what your agenda is.As for the removal of exit fees, Numis estimate this will reduce HL's turnover by c. £3m, c. 1% of profits. A good decision, with no material impact and good news for the consumer.
lomax99
25/9/2019
08:10
It would appear to me to be proper for HL to make a statement as to the impact on profitability after cancelling exit charges. this of course could come with the proviso that the approach may or may not attract new clients who are averse to exit charges - however i am convinced that the FCA will force the issue in the market place and other platforms will follow suit in abolishing these unfair and anti competition charges.( that’s not inside information just my interpretation of what i have read in the public domain on the subject.)
rnbf
25/9/2019
08:01
The Loss of exit charges will hit profits as the charges would average between £50 and £250 for a client with SIPP and ISA . The SIPP and ISA being the most valuable accounts for HL. More importantly the ability to transfer easily with no charge will bring fresh competition and is most likely to drive down fee rates. HL rates are at the top end and appear to be double many competitors simply looking at their 0.45% account management fee rates for medium levels of holding. With low interest returns and most dividend yields in the range of 2% to 5% their fee as an execution only service seem excessive. They have a lot to lose now.
rnbf
25/9/2019
07:36
Ex Dividend tomorrow, total of 31.7p per share.
lomax99
20/9/2019
10:46
Great move, very positive - excellent for clients as some of the fees relate to internal moves and drawing pensions early.
ochs
17/9/2019
11:39
He knows that! LK - get real it's not up to 6% of the portfolio, as SJP can levy as an early withdrawal fee (apparently not an exit fee under FCA rules, some interesting interpretation there). SJP also apparently have a 5% initial charge, and up to a 3% AMC.Roll on 26th (when shorters are liable to holders for final/special dividends)
lomax99
17/9/2019
10:20
The exit fee racket Financial (mis)Conduct Authority (FCA) had expressed a strong dislike for the charge. In effect, the question is, why should the charges on my pension pay for your (bonuses)? the fact the client does not pay any charge upfront as much as having to pay a fee to take their money out later. The regulator placed a caveat, saying it is not ‘at this stage’ going to ban product-related exit fees, which are levied by vertically integrated firms. But FCA director of (in)competence Sheldon Mills ‘We will need to distinguish between the different types of fees that are in the product and the service to see whether or not some types of activity charges could be characterised as exit fees.’ Either way it regularly leads to poor outcomes for their clients. If the FCA had any balls/teeth/mettle/power they'd put an end to such high charging but clearly Hargreeds Lansboilerroom keep them sweet somehow
liquidkid
06/9/2019
14:21
Disagree on insecure, as long as the depositor limits their exposure to any one entity to £85k, then any deposits will be covered by the FSCS. The cash savings market in the UK was estimated at £1.4tn in 2018, where else can savers access multiple lenders/terms via one simple to use system (one set up, one AML check), and easy to switch between providers. Don’t disagree in terms of holding any meaningful deposits in cash over an extended period, can think of much better uses.....
lomax99
06/9/2019
14:04
Charles Randall. Inappropriate investment a major topic for regulators and politicians this year, after a series of high profile failures. The biggest scam yet to be prosecuted is both Hargreaves Landsdown & Woodford. The key fraudulent behaviour which should be SFO investigated is the risk weighting applied to the Woodfords Hargreaves Landsdown exclusive z-class issue. Retail pension investors were inappropriately targeted. HL should be required to provision for a wave of claims from gated investors. HTTPS://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/fca-scams-fraud-epidemic-mini-bonds-charles-randell-145640223.html
liquidkid
06/9/2019
13:52
Hmm, as an HL customer I am avoiding active savings like the plague. Chasing cash into insecure rabbit holes for a few basis points of interest is utterly insane IMO.
hpcg
05/9/2019
16:44
Absolutely fine if you want to ignore an 11+ fold return on their capital - annualised compound growth of c 22-23% since float!Thanks for highlighting 'Active Savings' though, a genuinely innovative product which enhances HL's offer going forward.
lomax99
05/9/2019
15:24
Total yield of 2.06% would be safer & better return in a bank: HL Active Savings & Sharia investing BLME Bank of London and The Middle East plc 2.45% 3 years 11/09/2019 MARKET LEADING SHARIA RATE BLME 2.35% 2 years 11/09/2019 MARKET LEADING SHARIA RATE BLME 2.10% 1 year 11/09/2019 & Metro Bank PLC for comparison 1.96% | 2.00% 3 years 11/09/2019 Metro Bank PLC 1.94% | 1.95% 18 months 11/09/2019 Aldermore Bank 1.90% | 1.90% 3 years 12/09/2019
liquidkid
05/9/2019
12:21
Hope the shorters are looking forward to Sep 26th, when they will be on the hook for the final and special dividends (total 31.7p per share).
lomax99
04/9/2019
10:14
https://seekingalpha.com/article/4289462-hargreaves-lansdown-one-stop-investment-platform Positive comment
mac15
28/8/2019
12:41
As stated above, a comparison to Beaufort or SVS is, frankly, ridiculous. HL. segregate client funds and have a strong balance sheet. From the same article you quote: Jeremy Fawcett, head of research at Platforum, which analyses the performance of fund platform providers, said: “The Woodford affair is undoubtedly a setback for a core strategy and at a time when competition is getting stiffer. However, shorting Hargreaves has been a painful experience in the past and betting against the long-term increase in demand for online investing is bold.” So obviously short, knock yourself out....
lomax99
28/8/2019
11:22
That "plenty of cash?" Ain't yours. That "load of rubbish" hodl in your best buy portfolio Is. Yours. Short bets against Hargreaves Lansdown, by Lansdowne Partners, have reached all-time highs as the UK’s largest fund supermarket continues to be dogged by the turmoil surrounding the sudden closure of Neil Woodfeld’s struggling equity fund. Hargreaves, which funnelled more than £1.6bn of investors’ money into Bloford’s now-frozen flagship fund, is under attack from short-sellers following intense criticism of the FTSE 100 company’s decision to continue to promote the highly celebrated asset manager’s £3.7bn fund right up until withdrawals were blocked... Courtesy of 2019 FINANCIAL NEWS Chris Newlands and David Ricketts The News Building 1 London Bridge Street, London
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