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Ig Group Holdings Plc

11.00 (1.61%)
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ig Group Holdings Plc LSE:IGG London Ordinary Share GB00B06QFB75 ORD 0.005P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  11.00 1.61% 692.50 1,228,293 16:35:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
694.00 695.00 695.00 684.50 689.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Commodity Brokers & Dealers 998.50 503.90 116.80 5.63 2,876.35
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:59:18 O 877 692.50 GBX

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Ig (IGG) Discussions and Chat

Ig Forums and Chat

Date Time Title Posts
01/6/202315:31IG Group3,578
26/2/202213:52IG Group (IGG) One to Watch on Tuesday 11
05/8/201110:55 * IG Group *38
15/9/201010:32IG Group342

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Ig (IGG) Most Recent Trades

Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2023-06-02 16:59:44692.508776,073.23O
2023-06-02 16:59:29692.5026180.05O
2023-06-02 16:57:20692.613992,763.53O
2023-06-02 16:50:13687.993,73125,668.83O
2023-06-02 16:50:13693.482471,712.89O

Ig (IGG) Top Chat Posts

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Posted at 01/6/2023 15:31 by woodhawk
Me too. Been out for a while, but have always done well with IGG in the past. Great yield at these levels. Lots of bargains about currently, imo.
Posted at 18/5/2023 18:13 by adamb1978
I'm relatively new in this one but to me the focus and chat re TT is disproportionate to the size of the business and 'problem'. OK, they overpaid for it but its not loss making and then not really a drag on the business, aside from the capital which is a sunk cost.
I think IGG is very attractively priced from a risk/reward perspective

Posted at 18/5/2023 14:11 by 1knocker
I don't really understand the despondency here. Most are presumably 'in the blue' on their IGG holdings(and certainly will be on a total return basis). Isn't a price pull back just a buying opportunity?

I bought my holding in two tranches in July and August 2019, and am up 23%, plus the excellent dividends. A bit of financial turmoil and a drop back toward my purchase price would suit me down to the ground to buy more. That is probably asking too much, but I have a limit order in to buy at 660, and hope for the best.

Posted at 14/5/2023 13:45 by gemlotte55
Wonder why share price suddenly took a dip Friday
Posted at 14/5/2023 12:58 by masurenguy
Extract from ST article: "The stock has suffered accordingly: down from £8.22 in March to £7.22 now — off heights in excess of £9 in 2018. Shares are now trading at a forward price-to-earnings ratio of just eight for this year. By contrast, IG was trading at 20 times PE ratio in 2020, 10 in 2019 and 14 in 2018. IG Group has a high operating margin, strong cash generation, and positive exposure to higher interest rates. Meanwhile, a 6.3% dividend yield is clearly appealing, and a £200m share buyback is improving earnings per share, after strong momentum over the past three years. Yet the valuation remains near historical lows — adding one final reason for IG looking especially interesting right now: the cut-price shares and solid balance sheet mean it’s a realistic takeover target. Interest from the US could well emerge, but in the meantime, IG is worth a bet on its own. Buy."
Posted at 31/3/2023 11:46 by adamb1978

I'm not a trader and only have a small IGG position in my SIPP but when I look at the data on Sharepad this is trade on a PE if around 7.5x for the current year, will pay something like a 6.5% yield and end the year with around 25% of the market cap in net cash.

SO regarding the next update, I agree that it could help with sentiment and really I feel that its sentiment which is against IGG at the moment as the share price is already factoring in a lot of bad news. A PE of 7.5x is not just saying that the market doenst believe the forecasts (which assume flat-ish performance this year) but that actually results will decline significantly

Posted at 30/3/2023 09:42 by ppreston1
I'm trying not to lose patience with the share price performance, but it's becoming incredibly frustrating. Financials are beginning to see a decent bounce, but this is stuck in the doldrums. Sigh.
Posted at 02/3/2023 15:39 by ppreston1
Thanks. Agree about sentiment towards the TT deal. However, looking at the chart, it seems the share price has pretty much stagnated since 2016, which is way before the TT deal.
Posted at 31/12/2022 14:46 by lovewinshatelosses
I think you underestimate the influence of certain round numbers in the stock market, but I should have said 'around 8 quid'. FWIW, I was not fixated on that round number. I anticipated a top of 825p or so. Nevertheless, given the buy backs, I think my decision to sell has proved valid so far, because the share price is lower than it was with my lowest sell and comfortably below my highest sell price. Without those buy backs, I do not think it would be a stretch to suggest the share price would be 750p at best. Anyway, I agree with you that the small investor is irrelevant to big cap share price movements. Not sure why you feel the need to state the obvious?
Posted at 31/12/2022 11:36 by anhar surprised it did not hold 8 quid firmly to date...

Bit late responding but anyway, 8 quid means nothing to the share price, any more than 799 would or any particular figure. Roundnumberism is a small investor fallacy, thinking it has some psych. value. It doesn't. The reason is that pros make the market in big caps and they have no interest whatsoever in round number prices. The small investor is irrelevant to big cap share price movements.

Thus there is no reason the price should have held 8 quid just because it's a round number.

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