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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
  24.50 1.42% 1,748.50 1,746.50 1,748.00 1,756.50 1,727.00 1,732.00 702,412 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 55.1 378.3 66.1 26.5 8,293

Hargreaves Lansdown Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/2/2008
16:31
X div on the 27th this wednesday :)
jennyj
16/2/2008
18:54
We're actually pretty much in agreement. It's been a good time to buy into h-l. I never fail to be impressed, incidentally, with whoever answers their phone. Everyone seems competent, well-informed and pleasant. The h-l customer interface is superb. The product is unbeaten.
hoggetwood
16/2/2008
17:13
I have to go with the buy cheap and hold for a while strategy. Im not that good at predicting down turns in sentiment. Although im pretty good at identifying profits growth and when stocks are undervalued. With HL. being the best discount broker news spreads fast and most people I know are wanting to set up SIPPs with them etc. There are occasions where certain companys are decoupled and thus sellign can be a risk for example I have held mastercard since its IPO. As it stands its overvalued and teh rest of financials got hit, but it didnt. Which is a bit of a shame as I might have wanted a bit more at a fairer value of 120-140 dollars. My belief is at times like this brokers and exchanges make extrodenary profits. Sometimes in downturns the market recognises this other times it doesnt. Dont worry I enjoy a good ramble, debate and occasionally a flaming argument lol :D .
jennyj
16/2/2008
14:09
Jennyj. Depends whether or not you have a trading mentality. Selling and re-buying potentially makes you more profit per pound invested than averaging down, and has the advantage that you don't need to put in fresh cash. Riskier, of course. But the point I was trying badly to make was that it was PREDICTABLE that hl. would be hit badly by a downturn in sentiment, so selling wouldn't have been that risky. As it was, I was looking on h-l as a long term non-trading hold. But if what you're investing for is in order to be richer in (say) 7 years time, then the whole notion of a long-term hold (even in a sound and growing company, and even with top-ups on dips) is questionable. You should simply choose the strategy which you think will make you most money. Sorry about these ramblings. More trying to get my own ideas sorted out.
hoggetwood
16/2/2008
11:58
I dont agree with selling companys if I had got in on the IPO I would have averaged down. :) I dont like to play the follow the leader game all prices look cheap after 10 years :D
jennyj
16/2/2008
10:20
Agreed, jennyj, though I kick myself for not selling last year at 220p+ and rebuying in the recent trough. Not just being wise after the event, for it was generally agreed last year (even by Peter Hargreaves) that the share price was, shall we say, generous, and I knew deep down that the smart thing was to sell. Never mind, it'll come good again - as long as they can maintain the present superb quality of staff and staff-training.
hoggetwood
12/2/2008
17:13
I love the end of day spike, it looks yummy. Was a lovely bear trap.
jennyj
12/2/2008
11:36
Jennyj - I think you mea HL.!!! Yes this should be a great long term share not made any worse by the interim dividend with more to come!
kenlum
12/2/2008
09:13
Jenny are you sure about that today?
garycook
01/2/2008
12:16
Im now standing on a 30% gain on this stock, will I sell, not a chance!
jennyj
25/1/2008
01:53
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GOGLvxqAk4A dont let yourself be conned into selling good stock! Excellent vid
jennyj
24/1/2008
18:07
LOL, will do teehee :D Im just in disbelief at how mad things are right now, I couldnt help but take advantage. I was hoping to get in on the IPO but missed out so this is fantastic.
jennyj
24/1/2008
17:10
Well done jenny, and with your RBS. Keep taking whatever it is you're on.
monkeywrench
22/1/2008
14:33
Looks like I got a great price, thank you to the idiot that sold his stock to me at 126p. Im laughing at whoever it was. HL are a fantastic company, im very proud to be a shareholder finally after biding my time. I have a SIPP with them and have set up SIPPs with them for all my family and recommended them to my friends.
jennyj
22/1/2008
09:16
Bought in at 126p, might have further to drop but this is an absolute bargain anyway so I dont care :D
jennyj
21/1/2008
13:04
Well I dont wish it, but hey the way to make money is to buy underpriced stocks thatll do well in the long term. If you own id hold and ignore all this madness.
jennyj
21/1/2008
10:23
Good timing by the 'fools'
monkeywrench
21/1/2008
09:44
jennyj looks like your getting your wish.
t1lal
18/1/2008
01:06
I have no doubts that HL is the future of investing. But im holding out for a cheaper price because im greedy. Just needing more fools to dump their stock.
jennyj
17/1/2008
22:03
starting to look like a buy at very long last
ccnp
17/1/2008
21:24
Will take a further hammering tommorrow me thinks as will most stocks.
t1lal
14/1/2008
08:57
even the wealthy faithfull will be having doubts now. it is a good company but has suffered from hype. PE is king
ccnp
12/1/2008
17:59
Tipped in last week's Shares MAg , BUY, at 181p.. Well you can buy at 158p. THe thing still is, would you? Well it has to be on the watch list, it is oversold, as is my dog Dyson DYS, not the vaccum cleaners, that , I have now bought having fallen 100% in 3-4 months. What do we think of the share price action? tough eh? Well in fact no, the key feature of this share's chart is not the fall but the volatility. Talk about a helter skelter. Further, its worth comparing HL> with STJ, St James. They have also fallen a very long way recently and have not stopped doing so. YEt they are also one of my own contenders as a recovery of 2008 play.. and very soon. This nearly assures a recovery or dead cat bounce of large dimensions, at least 30-40p in a couple of trading days, when any news of value arives. So when will it be? This current position is very oversold, and tired.
hectorp
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