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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Itv Plc ITV London Ordinary Share GB0033986497 ORD 10P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-1.45 -1.34% 106.45 16:35:23
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
107.50 104.35 107.50 106.45 107.90
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DateSubject
23/12/2020
19:45
hamhamham1: Could be like Christmas morning tomorrow for FTSE investors, market closes at 12, I think, so 4 hrs to compress all that Brexit deal trading in to. Lovely jubbly.
30/11/2020
13:38
jacko07: Goldman are bad news to any share, you never know what they are playing at. Because GS are connected to scores of other hedge funds on top of having it's own tentacles offshoots and arms. Most on this board are savvy to the GS involvement in ITV, but thousands of small investors get spooked when GS shake the tree and sell at a loss. They get away with murder because they are so powerful. GS were accused of manipulation in Apple shares a few years back when Apple shares were easier to mess with and looking where Apple is now, GS and it's clients filled their boots that time. It is frightening to see how many people in Government or connected to Government throughout the World are ex Goldman Sachs. Goldman Sachs continues engaged in very dark activities making use of suspicious and fraudulent websites to spread fake news trying to scare savvy investors. Apple was chosen to be the victim of stock market manipulation. So in one way we do have the bonus of GS being involved in ITV who are a bombed out stock today, but let us hope that GS & co are looking at ITV in the same light as they did Apple, a grower from here on in. That would be as a nice earner or a two or three bagger....that is achievable given just a few little helpers, Brexit deal and a Vaccine for a two shot and a bid for the three. Https://blog.autonomoustrading.io/goldman-sachs-biggest-scandal-to-date-bursts-apple-victim-of-stock-market-manipulation/
21/11/2020
08:08
netcurtains: stansmith3: exactly! Nail on the head. Nearly all my stocks fell as all were covid recovery plays. The ones that fell the most were the highest profile, often FTSE100. In the scheme of things I see it as quite normal correction before goes up again. Alas nothing goes up in a straight line. The dramatic price rise might be because covid investors could see the a more rapid recovery in production after vaccine - perhaps even a massive increase in production to meet the huge demand.. My view is a more rapid rise in production AND advertising has by no means been factored into the price. We have a long way to go. Perhaps do a five year graph for BCE (Canadian TV) then do a five year graph for ITV. You will note that ITV theoretically could be at the start of a FIVE year recovery play.
17/11/2020
12:02
jacko07: It is taking a breath after the mini surge, maybe a tree shake as the volumes are strong if GS are still playing. Could see that 100p by Friday. When it breaks 100p, I have a feeling 120p will come by the year end. Some good Brexit news needed by us and the EU and more positive vaccine news investors will see that the sun is on it's way.
16/11/2020
13:15
nobilis: in the economy that emerges from the ruins, there will be big winners, and investors are frenziedly trying to pick them. 104p tomorrow or ill eat my hat
25/9/2020
08:11
hamhamham1: Https://www.proactive investors.co.uk/companies/news/929927/centrica-shares-trading-in-deep-value-territory-says-jpmorgan-929927.html Remove space between proactive and investors
03/9/2020
13:07
discodave45: 'It doesn't look at all your assets.'Agree.But if you and net want to ignore their level of net debt and their ability to meet their associated covenants and financial obligations during a period of declining income and cash generation then fair enough, but most long term investors won't be, including me (not here day trading but longer term). Institutional investors won't be so inclined to put their money into companies that have to fund high levels of debt during a recession, they will be cherry picking those that have zero debt and greater financial stability. If you think there are no UK companies with zero debt then tbh I'm amazed.....there are lots!.Just wanted to provide some balance on here, from those saying they have £2.4bn of debt and to others saying they have zero debt and it's not important.
25/8/2020
12:46
hamhamham1: The SYME is an interesting proposition. Offering companies the ability to free up cash against their existing stock. Https://www.proactive investors.co.uk/companies/news/925104/supplyme-capital-wants-to-start-uk-pilot-by-end-of-2020-925104.html Remove space between proactive and investors
11/8/2020
11:34
bobdiamond1: Why investors and traders should watch out for takeover targets IG's Top UK takeover targets in 2020 puts ITV at the top. So why are investors not filling their boots. ITV ASOS Whitbread Morrisons Burberry ITV: Liberty Global still on the radar. Rumours that British broadcaster ITV could be a potential takeover target have circled for years, bolstered by the fact other big players have been bought by overseas firms in recent years, such as US giant Comcast $39 billion acquisition of Sky in 2018. The company is one of the UK’s mainstream traditional broadcasters, alongside the BBC, Channel 4 and Viacom-owned Channel 5, but it has also made an entry into the streaming market after launching the BritBox service in partnership with the BBC and others. One of the main reasons ITV is seen as a likely takeover target is because Liberty Global, the European telecoms company that owns brands including Virgin Media, remains the second largest shareholder with a 9.9% stake. Liberty Global has cash after selling its operations in Germany, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania to Vodafone, but there have been reports that it is considering a bid for Spanish-language media outlet Univision, which could be an alternative to making a bid for ITV.
22/3/2020
20:45
nige co: Why long-term investors should never sell stocks in a panic While it might seem counterintuitive to sit back and relax while stocks post swift and steep losses, for investors with longer-term time frames it typically pays to wait it out. Looking at data going back to 1930, Bank of America found that if an investor missed the S&P 500's 10 best days in each decade, total returns would be just 91%, strikingly below the 14,962% return for investors who held steady throughout the ups and downs. “Investors with longer-term investment horizons should remain invested in stocks,” Goldman Sachs said. The adage “keep calm and carry on” might, in the end, be the best advice for investors to follow during times of extreme market volatility such as the present. While it might seem counterintuitive to sit back and relax while stocks post swift and steep losses, for investors with longer-term time frames it typically pays to wait it out. Looking at data going back to 1930, Bank of America found that if an investor missed the S&P 500's 10 best days in each decade, total returns would be just 91%, strikingly below the 14,962% return for investors who held steady throughout the ups and downs. Https://www.cnbc.com/2020/03/22/why-long-term-investors-should-never-sell-stocks-in-a-panic.html
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