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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
0.90 0.74% 122.70 16:29:57
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
120.10 120.10 123.65 122.70 121.80
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DateSubject
31/3/2021
23:35
stansmith3: hadesa quarter of hedge funds and professional investors in the uk had their last trading day of the year todaythen as has been pointed out window dressing from funds far and wide will have also occurred as part of q1 endthere is nothing absurd about suggesting the above had an effect on the priceits a much better rationale than anything you have posted
31/3/2021
19:40
sharebuddy1: Expecting another fall tomorrow as some investors liquidate their positions on the last trading day of the financial year. However do expect a significant rise in the new financial year.
20/3/2021
11:02
netcurtains: Still netflix makes even bigger lose but its merket cap is miles higher than ITV. So it looks like US investors like numbers rather than profits. Profits are so last year. With the new Corbynism within the investment community what counts is " not for the few but for the many"...
10/3/2021
18:57
stockready: Morgan is arrogant dummy who knows nothing and all show off but lets be honest he was attracting viewers and therefore good for the investors and advertising He had to go and i think he probably got a nice deal out this exit and nice pay out Not sure who will give him a job though ? Not even Trump i don't think lol He just liked to pretend to know more than he actually knows a sick attention sicker Will be interesting to see who will replace him But in anycase ITV has become a circus recently with absolutely close to zero contents and soon the share price heads that way too Sadly there is nothing to stop it They had one chance and they lost that chance too end of the line is close for ITV
09/3/2021
23:58
stockready: Stan It is due people/and also big investors jumping from one ship to other as the favourites of the week changes I truly don't think these levels will be sustainable going forward and how this institution is being run at the moment. I always said it will go up and it did and may just reach under 135 but no further steam left in this train i am afraid and i am just being realistic here. Complete mess how ITV is being run at the moment IMHO GLA
01/3/2021
13:32
nige co: Boozey, ITV were late in announcing the date mate. Other websites I think were guessing at the date. ITV have confirmed the following date... "Tue 09 Mar 2021 ITV Plc 2020 Full Year Results" Https://www.itvplc.com/investors/financial-calendar
25/2/2021
10:32
anhar: I agree with the message that says CEOs are close to irrelevant and it's markets that drive companies like this. Constantly going on about Caroline or whatever he's called, as if he is a personally known acquaintance, is of no use in assessing ITV. Beware of people calling CEOs by cosy nicknames or first names, whether positively or negatively, as if they're best mates. It's often the hallmark of an investor who's fallen in love, or fallen in hate which is just as bad. Both emotions are damaging to objective investor assessment of a share. And I still fail to see why the activities of Goldman Sachs etc. are of the slightest interest in assessing ITV. Clearly I'm missing something but maybe that's because I'm interested only in the fundamentals and not CEOs and I only buy shares for their income stream. Also I think charts are close to a con that loses money, especially in the way they are used here to give ridiculously precise levels of predicted future price action. As for bid hopes, that story is so old that it has long since been shown to be nonsense, probably promoted by axe grinders. It could happen, as it could to any share, but I don't see it as a strong reason to buy or hold the shares.
16/2/2021
08:53
anhar: "...But for good old pensioners this will be a disaster stock longer term..." I probably qualify on two out of three of the above, "old" and "pensioner". Not too sure about the "good". Thanks, I'm encouraged by the comment, already have a substantial holding and may add some more after reading this, especially if dividends are restarted. Someone who thinks this will be a disaster stock long term is someone for whom I'd consider strongly doing the opposite of what they say. Nobody knows the long term, or the short term either. The stronger your belief that you think you do know, and refusal to accept that you cannot, the greater the likelihood of being a poor investor. What investors actually do is to rely on hope, with the more skilled ones basing this on an analysis of fundamentals, but because the future is uncertain it's still just hope. Often it will work out in time, particularly for long term and income investors on balance, though not with every share. But a lot refuse to accept that it's all based on hope, even for the most skilled, let alone some of the clowns you see here. We cannot possibly know what the future holds and ridiculously positive statements like the quote above, refusing to see the obvious uncertainty contained within any risk investment, are the mark of a loser or someone with an axe to grind.
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/
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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