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|Nice run up from 489p last month. Taken some profits at 544p.|
|i have been long from 27th march 2017 @£5.04 with ADS Securities which is based in Abu Dabi they just charge a fixed Commission of £8.10 on a spread bet of £10 a pip,to date I am £370 profit as they do not have over night charges for holding your position overnight|
|i agree - looks like the usual overreaction by the market
|Looking very bullish after the disappointing reaction to the results|
|LTTP but brings out popcorn|
|I'm finding you annoying PJ, depending on your next post I may filter you :)
|well we`ll have to agree to differ. just because someone puts up an opinion that you don`t like does not give you the right to call them ignorant !
|MaurillacYou are not entitled to your opinion. You are entitled to your informed opinion. No one is entitled to be ignorant.IMVHO.|
|well pj we are all entitled to our opinion. there are no facts to support any share price view - just opinions ! facts are historic you see so noone can base any future forecasts on what hasn`t happened yet. 550-600 looks like a decent target based on what has gone before and that large mark down in december ... but that is just imho
|kMannUnless your opinion is backed by facts &/or evidence, your opinion is just irrelevant noise.imo|
|Things looking more stable here. Looks like business as usual. Not too much disturbance to trading.
Crack 550, and 600+ is assured imo|
|Recent elections haven't gone as expected.........that's my only slight concern!.|
|maurillac - not a waste of time for Tories, should they win it guarantees another 5 years. Arguably it's the best time to do it now people are used to May and Labour in disarray.|
|what a complete waste of time and effort given the state the labour party is in ....
i doubt the bookies will take bets on the tories given the high probability of victory ...
|Chris gail - pro's and cons. The brexit vote led to a slow-down in trading as people were holding back due to uncertainty prior to the result - could it repeat with a general election? If we have a general election there will be some uncertainty, though to be honest I'm not sure I see any other outcome bar a May victory given the strength of competition - the markets 'may' well be uninterested after it's announced.|
|If May is going to anounce a General Election at 11.15 this morning then it will be another boost to IG's business!|
|SPECULATIVE: Keep an eye on results verbiage from IG competitor minnow Spreadbet/FX/CFD provider LCG (London Capital Group) due to report FY in next two weeks (by end April). They may give some guidance on effects of potential regulation on their trading business, but unlike IG, (which saw modest growth) have seen revenues increase substantially (H1 105% higher by new methods of revenue capture). They have been loss making for several years but may be turning a corner after converting £18m to equity inc. converting £8.1m debt at 5p/share (current Ask 2.5p/share) and moving core operations to Cyprus.
FY Revenues (circa)
£25m (guess).........vs £500m (IG 20x higher..)
4,160................vs 135,000 (IG 32x higher..)
£9m..................vs £1.9bn (IG 211x higher..)
£expected down (H2)..vs 23% up (IG increasing overheads, LCG decreasing by offshoring to Cyrus)|
|At last some market volatility, always good news for IG. This will drive the share price recovery. I've added this morning.|
wont be long till IGG warn and I will be there shorting it
People will be shorting it the full day and i reckon i might see 380p|
|Gives me confidence holding this stock when l see IG expand their business further.
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|I think the only regulatory item was concerning binaries, and that was advisory as far as I recall.|
|agreed, more upside than downside here. With a nice yield in the meantime.|