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Litigation Capital Management Limited

0.70 (1.0%)
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Litigation Capital Management Limited LSE:LIT London Ordinary Share AU000000LCA6 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.70 1.0% 71.00 130,521 15:28:15
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
70.20 71.60 71.00 69.00 70.40
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:28:08 AT 1,537 71.00 GBX

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22/5/202308:07A newer, freer thread but only for honest posters.892
07/2/202309:08peepol whu kant spel shudnt right hedders....194
25/5/202113:5450% growth year after year after year46

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Posted at 25/5/2023 16:35 by jackson83
surprisae or fill your pants time / worry no new news

sell off has begun to 50p's ??

some say we are now overvalued and thats to funky finance Mateus we all shorted above 80p's

the share price is saying g more bad news due

TRUST NO ONE NOT EVEN THE PROFILE serial numpty Mateus who scammed us out of millions s

A WIG IN DARK GLASSES surely not / where is that promised divi then


60p's due soon / next week

Posted at 18/4/2023 11:02 by jackson83
IF AS IF THEY ARE TRYING TO HOLD the share price down ? lol...

more strange action going on with mm's and the share price movements

Posted at 12/4/2023 15:15 by jackson83
FUNKY FINANCE wig and glasses Mateus....

don't forget the market is forward thinking Sio all or any good news is priced into the share price now.

Posted at 20/3/2023 07:10 by spectoacc
"Litigation Capital Management Limited (AIM:LIT), a leading international alternative asset manager of disputes financing solutions, announces that on 17 March 2023 Jonathan Moulds, Chairman of the Company, purchased 1,675,000 ordinary shares in the capital of the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 71.35 pence per Ordinary Share.

In addition, on 17 March 2023 Patrick Moloney, Chief Executive Officer of the Company, purchased 157,092 ordinary shares in the capital of the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 71.00 pence per Ordinary Share.

Following the above purchases, Mr Moulds has an interest in 5,250,000 Ordinary Shares, which represents 4.40 per cent. of the issued share capital of the Company, and Mr Moloney has an interest in 10,437,100 Ordinary Shares, which represents 8.76 per cent. of the issued share capital of the Company."

Posted at 09/3/2023 13:00 by jonwig
Gross profit comes after "Litigation service expense", and other expenses seem to be partly fixed. With LIT last year it was (AU$ '000):

Lit Revenue.... 47,350
Lit expense....(16,340)
Gross Pft...... 31,060
Other exp......(20,380)

Have I got the breakdown right?

Posted at 20/2/2023 09:24 by johnwig
Old jonwig 'omitted' to mention this second announcement by LIT. Sounds like pretty good news to me!

Posted at 20/2/2023 09:09 by johnwig
TWO very encouraging announcements from this fine company:

Only one linked by the troll on the 'other' thread.

Posted at 29/11/2022 16:26 by eswr2000
re GRX and the claim for £737m. Completely wrong that LIT may get one third of any award. If you read the Prairie Mining RNS (30 Jun 20202) when they announced that they had the backing of LIT they made it clear that a) the LIT funding was for a max of US$12.3m; and b) the max return they get is "In return for providing the financing facility, LCM shall be entitled to receive repayment of any funds drawn plus an amount equal to between two and five times the total of any funds drawn from the funding facility during the first five years, depending on the time frame over which funds have remained drawn, and then a 30% interest rate after the fifth year until receipt of damages payments."

Assuming the claim runs into the 4th year from LIT funding being committed then they would get ON SUCCESS only 4 x the sum advanced to support the claim (up to US$12.3m). So perhaps $50m but remember the Arbitration hearing has been heard but there is NO DECISION yet and that could take another 6 to 9 months

Posted at 28/6/2022 15:22 by johnwig
As it happens in my joky animadversion I was referring to the fact that you don't have to buy many shares in LIT to move the share price. During the few days surrounding my post, buying and selling a 100 shares seemed to be enough to see a movement of a penny or more either way. Therefore if not a cheap date then definitely a cheap day excursion.

I have, for my sins, plenty of experience first-hand of corporate actions which usually had an effect on the share price one way or another. However I find the daily/hourly movements of LIT are utterly imponderable. I think one has to spend much time studying, for example, the changes in spread on no volume, say, to explain them. I neither have the time nor the inclination to do so. But I know many people on these threads who are very expert, it seems. I would welcome their views.

Maddox, I do agree with what you say on the general prospects of LIT and believe that the more secular movements portend well for the share. AS ever with this share I could not resist further recent buying: I hold far too many for any vestige of portfolio balance. I'm now feeling a little impatient....

Posted at 15/3/2022 09:06 by adamb1978
Relative to what has happened to markets in recent months, LIT share price has outperformed in a large way.

That said, I do wonder what they need to do to get it moving more. At some point in the future when they're not increasing the amount of capital which they're investing in cases, they might need to start buying back shares

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