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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
  20.50 1.27% 1,640.50 1,639.00 1,640.00 1,644.00 1,623.00 1,625.50 789,000 16:29:58
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 55.1 378.3 66.1 24.8 7,781

Hargreaves Lansdown Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/11/2020
14:49
Nor get through by phone. Not happy.
imastu pidgitaswell
09/11/2020
14:36
As the platform (which was holding up well until 10 minutes or so ago) fails, the share price rises... Go figure.
imastu pidgitaswell
02/11/2020
17:11
Yes, tortuous way of going absolutely nowhere. Manana....
imastu pidgitaswell
02/11/2020
16:40
Died a slow death today...
growthpotential
30/10/2020
09:59
A lot less dealing info on the site, I have found the staff when moving my accounts from them to iweb to be complete cretins, took aeons and loads of errors. I think the HL biz’ best days are behind it, a lot of comp on the way and the Woodford saga still to roll, I don’t think they have much of a case, people don’t have to follow HL’s chronic advice, their buy list should be called the “ poverty 50 “, absolute dross, but the drip drip of bad news will weigh on share price along with ftse being 15 pc below where it was 15 years ago, chronic. As I said, a trading stock. Picked up a few but stick to Apple and Microsoft and S&P trackers to sleep at night.
porsche1945
29/10/2020
17:33
Good spot re broker views. They would have paid for reprinting such advice. And the last thing they want is suckers choosing shares. We are all supposed ot put the money in multi manager, multi fee HL funds where dealing is delayed by at least 2 days. Presumably they net out the trades and pocket the profits
ccnp
29/10/2020
15:46
Good points jubberjim... they removed broker views (for individual shares) a number of months ago and have so far not replaced them with anything else. Recent trades and buy/sell percentage also went some time ago without replacement.
ochs
29/10/2020
14:02
Looking forward to this being much higher
growthpotential
29/10/2020
10:46
I totally disagree I have been a customer since late 2017 In that time information that was invaluable to a novice investor such as myself has been done away with ie brokers views and trades as they were happening The telephone manner is still very pleasant when you have a query but the prices shown sometimes bear no relation to actual real time prices The service once so good is now terrible Needs to be a vast improvement before I would be tempted to invest And with an increasingly nervous group of investors I see very limited upside as people sit on their hands and let the hedge funds and bona fide funds get on with it I have taken a position in various shares and will go with my decision win or lose
jubberjim
29/10/2020
10:22
The woodford was less than 1pc of their sales and profits. This is a screaming BUY, read the rport by credit suisse recently that showed HL as the most profitable family owned business in europe. What more needs to be said? In 2020 they did a smart divesture of fundslibrary and sold it for a high price. Brilliant management. At less than 14£ this stock is sell yr golf clubs, sell your cartier, take your childs money too and BUY THE STOCK
micha14
28/10/2020
08:31
See if it puts a higher low in place during this plunge - always a good sign. No great volumes either, also a good sign. I would be adding around here, maybe not yet, but soon - but I see a lot of other stuff too - a question of which one, and when.
imastu pidgitaswell
28/10/2020
08:28
Yes, if the DOW keeps dropping it could easily drop further, but that should provide an excellent entry point for longer term bargain hunters.
ochs
28/10/2020
08:19
I think it would be, for all of the reasons further given back in the thread, if only the world didn't appear to be ending... It does seem to be relatively strong, the past couple of days. But still down. Which sounds like some sort of positive?
imastu pidgitaswell
27/10/2020
23:26
Do we think this is now approaching a decent buy price? Considering averaging down... thoughts appreciated
bogman1
26/10/2020
20:21
Yes, John Troiano - he is the extra non-exec brought in to provide over-sight on fund management decisions - Other current appointments: Non-Executive Director Hargreaves Lansdown Fund Managers Ltd He bought on 21st, so got a decent price, average 1362p He's also on the main board, Independent Non-Executive Director Appointed to the Board: January 2020 Skills, competence and experience: John has significant investment and asset management experience. John has spent 38 years at Schroders in a wide range of roles including investment research and analysis, fund management, and has worked across both the retail and institutional channels. Most recently, as Head of Distribution, he was responsible for the design and implementation of business strategy globally and the oversight of sales and client service activities.
ochs
26/10/2020
19:43
irector dealings: Hargreaves Lansdown director ups stake Mon 26 October 2020 15:50 | A A A,over £190.000.
contrarian joe
26/10/2020
19:19
i view the IT spend as critical (full disclosure i'm a HL customer and have been for 5 years). it is part of them building their 'moat'. youtube, facebook, google etc are all the same. keep ploughing in capital to making improvements to your system, which both keeps your existing customers and attracts new ones. never rest on your laurels. it also puts clear blue water between them and their competition - a great app, and a quality, easy to use website is essential nowadays. they also answer calls in about 15 seconds, and answered my online query within about 3 hours, so it's expensive, but great service.
m_kerr
26/10/2020
18:16
Woodford was a fool, but in the end his investors are just sore losers. They weren?t complaining on the way up lol! Hargreaves should have cut him loose earlier but I agree he was never recommended at all. Everyone knows Hargreaves is a Do It Yourself platform
growthpotential
26/10/2020
18:16
Woodford was a fool, but in the end his investors are just sore losers. They weren't complaining on the way up lol! Hargreaves should have cut him lose earlier but I agree he was never recommended at all. Everyone knows Hargreaves is a Do It Yourself platform
growthpotential
26/10/2020
10:56
Nice summary Kerr, however having started using t212 for some hegding recently against my hl portfolio (it has free charges) thier app seems light year ahead. Just hope thier huge IT spend every year is going to pay dividends.
mozy123
25/10/2020
16:06
Good summary m_kerr, and also remember they increased the final and special dividends this year - not many FTSE 100 companies did that!
ochs
24/10/2020
19:01
HL is an incredible company. requires very little capital to operate, and profit margins are extreme (about 60% net), and delivered in cash. in fact, reading the annual reports the numbers are so good i couldn't believe what i was reading. despite woodford, and covid, the numbers are actually up year on year. and as i see it, they have a natural hedge against increasing interest rates (which would cause a fall in share prices in general) - the large cash balance of customers which they make a killing on, and which would rise with interest rates. it has some insulation from falling stock prices as platform fees are capped at £45 per customer. in addition, market volatility leads to people buying and selling shares more, which also offsets any people who may sell up during these times. in addition to the great financial performance today, there are also multiple secular drivers of growth in the long run, and also operational gearing. the way i look at it, this company has the quality of a right move, but is valued at about half that level.
m_kerr
21/10/2020
14:30
Bought a few, probably not the bottom, graph looks horrific, but tradeable, I think one has to look at middle of next year, they say it takes 12 months for stimulus to hit, so by middle of next year would expect to be seeing some action altho U.K. seems to be in such a dire place, brexit fiasco, covid so poorly handled, weak poor quality government, maybe U.K. and its trashed currency will manage to buck the uptrend as usual, seems terminal, hope not, maybe an imf bailout beckoning a la 1970’s. Can’t really see boris or tories lasting much longer and once they are out will be out for a generation, maybe labour would take us back into Europe, who knows, the current situation sucking the life out of the country and it’s reflected in everything, including HL’s share price.
porsche1945
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