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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
  -27.00 -1.64% 1,619.50 1,616.50 1,617.50 1,657.50 1,617.00 1,649.00 1,364,621 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 55.1 378.3 66.1 24.5 7,682

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07/2/2020
11:54
Added here.
lomax99
07/2/2020
11:39
https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/shares/2020/02/06/news-tips-sirius-minerals-hargreaves-lansdown-burberry-more/
intelinvestor
07/2/2020
11:24
https://www.ft.com/content/2a47f3ac-4909-11ea-aeb3-955839e06441 good read
intelinvestor
07/2/2020
11:21
EEZA - that part doesn't read very well. sounds like hes bricking it. we need some directors buying shares to sustain the share price short term. Its almost a 2 year low? back to March 2018. PE @ 29.6 TTM eps 55.2
intelinvestor
07/2/2020
09:37
Hargreaves explained " didn't want all his eggs in on basket". Any more.
eeza
07/2/2020
09:37
@Porsche1945, ok, well they were certainly lapped up - but at £16 a share, all gone and more by 7am! Be interesting to find out who the institutions are - new or existing holders.
ochs
07/2/2020
09:27
@ Lomax (and loving it)
porsche1945
07/2/2020
09:26
@ ochs, actually deal went through at 550m at 16 quid a share, they were not lapped up at 17 im afraid. Thats the discount you get when you buy half a billion quids worth. Maybe Hargreaves aware major problems coming down line from FCA (imbeciles) amid Woodentop fallout.
porsche1945
07/2/2020
08:50
Apart from woodford fiasco the other problem is the money being pulled from funds and going into cheap trackers, alot less revenue for HL, could be a terminal problem for the and sjp
porsche1945
07/2/2020
08:45
Lets hope he doesn't sell anymore or they will be back to 12 quid
porsche1945
06/2/2020
19:49
In reply to eeza... Peter H is selling to institutions (not mug punters) who are likely to lap those £500m up at around £17 a share.
ochs
06/2/2020
19:48
In reply to GrowthPotential the sale of HL shares made by Dampier in May was all correct and above board - he didn't sell in a closed period and at that point both Woodford funds were still in the W50. I doubt Dampier was expecting Woodford to explode a few months later - more than likely he just saw how high the HL share price was and decided to cash in some of his chips (as most over 60s would if they were lucky enough to hold as many HL shares as he does!)
ochs
06/2/2020
18:14
Lol !!! Hargreaves (Peter) wants you (the mug punters) to help him with his retirement plans. Roll-up. Roll-up. Bend over.
eeza
06/2/2020
17:48
Today's RNS, after close, explains the weakness, looking to shift £500m/ c 6.2% of current MC.
lomax99
06/2/2020
16:23
Still holding HL as this will be forgotten in the long run but I'm furious with dampier, absolutely fuming with him for selling before Woodford closes his funds...if there's any investigation it should be on him
growthpotential
06/2/2020
16:03
More than a bit harsh..
beercapafn
04/2/2020
13:41
Liberum trims Hargreaves target price Near-term issues are overshadowing the long-term potential at Hargreaves Lansdown (HL), says Liberum. Analyst Rahim Karim reiterated his ‘buy’ recommendation but reduced the target price from £21.25 to £20.75 on the shares, which rose 1.6% to £17.52 yesterday. Despite new business being lower than expected in a half-year trading update last week as the impact of the collapse of the Woodford Equity Income fund was felt, Friday’s drop in the shares ‘appears overdone’, said Karim. ‘With signs to suggest that the long-term damage from the Woodford suspension will be limited, we believe the shares fail to reflect the long-term value that the group’s position as the clear market leader in the direct-to-consumer platform market will create,’ he said.
lomax99
02/2/2020
13:37
“Back in 2003, China accounted for just 4% of global GDP. Fast forward to 2020, and its share has increased to 17%. That means the global spillover if China’s growth slumps will be larger.” https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-01-30/economist-who-said-sars-cost-40-billion-sees-bigger-hit-now
intelinvestor
02/2/2020
13:26
I wonder what Monday has to bring to the markets? With the Coronavirus affecting exports and impact beef and cattle trade adding to that Russia’s decision to close its more than 4,000km-long land border with China and will halt all direct flights to China from 2100 GMT on Friday, with the exception of those operated by its national airline. U.S. Imposes Entry Restrictions Over Coronavirus. They are in talks saying the global cost of the coronavirus could be three or four times that of the 2003 SARS outbreak that sapped the world’s economy by $40 billion, according to the economist who calculated that figure. Maybe another down day for the ftse100 bringing HL to a new 52 week low. Current share price 1725, 52 Week low 1624 which is 5.8% difference. Where would the next support be?
intelinvestor
31/1/2020
18:21
More and more people are DIY investors or will need financial advice. That's a secular growth story. HL has the best infrastructure and connectivity and well placed to offer that platform to investors
growthpotential
31/1/2020
17:26
HL has an overly complex accounting system which is why I have taken business away from them. Other brokers just have one account for capital and income which is much easier to use.
peter27
31/1/2020
15:23
Morgan Stanley research note: "HL's Quarter-to-December update reports weak flows and new customer numbers and a low quality PBT beat driven by costs. We expect shares to reflect weaker organic growth. GBP 0.6 billion of net flows in Quarter to December (approximately 2 percent annualised flow rate) in line with Morgan Stanley but significantly below consensus at GBP 1.3 billion. Furthermore, we expect approximately half of these flows are into the lower margin Active Savings product where AUM has increased by GBP 0.3 billion, therefore implying only one percent flow rate ex. Active Savings. Number of new clients for H1 was 50k which implies only approximately 15k in Quarter-to-December after approximately 35k the previous quarter, which also reads weak to us. Revenues of GBP 258 million was also light versus consensus GBP 260 million despite AUM in line, suggesting some margin compression, which we suspect comes from the mix of flows. Funds margin has come in just below guidance of 40-42 bps and margins on Shares drifting lower in the guidance range. This was offset by stronger cash margins. PBT of GBP 170 million was one percent ahead of consensus, driven by better cost which we think is less sustainable. Management points to structural growth drivers and pick up in investor confidence into 2020 but notably results suggest HL losing share to peers given reporting so far, reflecting the Woodford event and increasing competition. The share is trading at approximately 30x 2020e PE."
robinnicolson
31/1/2020
12:15
In reply to robinnicolson... I note from the statement that net new business was £1.7b for the 3 months to 30 Sept, but down to £0.6b for 3 months to 31 Dec. Although at the end of the statement it's noted that client activity has generally picked up since the election (12 Dec), and they say "we have seen a pick-up in activity as we have moved into January 2020." This all bodes well for the important end of tax year period.
ochs
31/1/2020
11:34
It's always surprised me that HL have never got involved in sports or other types of sponsorship. I know it's expensive, but it's a great way to get your brand and name out there - if they want to push on and tap the £2.4tn then they really need to become a household name for more than just Woodford!
ochs
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