Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
London Capital Group Hldgs LSE:LCG London Ordinary Share GB00B0RHGY93 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.375p 2.25p 2.50p 2.455p 2.315p 2.375p 70,000 11:00:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 23.2 -7.8 -3.5 - 9.01

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/8/2017
12:12
Another blip - might be my fault, I moved circa £5k into a stocks and shares ISA 2.25-2.26 was the transaction spread.
dusseldorf
16/8/2017
09:55
neat rise of 0.03 there for a moment!
domple
11/8/2017
17:08
Total 146 shareholders in LCG (nominees will hold multiple individual holdings) Those holding 500k+ as per register 4th July 2017. Numbers have been rounded. Total in count 380,531,000 (Used to calc percentage) NAME.........................HOLDING....% owned Vidacos nominees.............306000000..80.41% (GLIO & Sabet) Equiom Limited................12500000...3.28% (Who is this?) Hargreaves lansdown nominees...8600000...2.26% Aurora Nominees................6350000...1.67% (Pictet & Cie Geneva) Stan Warinka...................5000000...1.31% HSBC nominee...................4450000...1.17% The Bank of New York Nominees..4100000...1.08% BNY (OCS) nominees.............2800000...0.74% Barclayshare nominees..........2800000...0.74% Securities services nominees...2500000...0.66% Lynchwood nominees.............2500000...0.66% HSDL Nominees..................2500000...0.66% Beafort Nominees...............2400000...0.63% TD Direct......................2000000...0.53% Huntress nominees..............1700000...0.45% James Capel nominees...........1400000...0.37% Lawshare.......................1200000...0.32% Investor nominees..............1130000...0.30% Cenkos nominees.................750000...0.20% Principal nomiees...............650000...0.17% Private holder Shevaun..........500000...0.13% Cantor Fitzgerald...............500000...0.13% Nomura nominees.................500000...0.13% Aurum Nominees..................500000...0.13% Others...................................1.89% TOTAL...................................100.00%
dusseldorf
11/8/2017
10:28
Some food for thought, lets assume LCG can make a profit %'age on a par with peers Name: LCG turnover 23m mcap 9m Company..Price...Mcap...Rev...Profit..RevX...McapX..LCGrevX...profitx...profit % IG.......640p....2350m..518m..169m....22x....261x...1200%.....14x.......32% Plus.....820p....943m...252m..90m.....11x....105x...950%......10.5x.....35% CMC......145p....419m...185m..39m......8x.....49x...610%......10.7x.....21% Revx - How many multiples of LCG revenue Mcapx - How many multiples of LCG market cap LCGrevX - How many times higher is co. valued off revenue vs. LCG Profitx - What is the market cap multiple of profit profit X - what is the profit as %'age of turnover As an aside, the above seems to point out Plus is undervalued. So, for my mid-term personal target of LCG trading at 6.25p (£25m mcap), I think the co needs circa: - Revenue £32.5-37.5m (Not sure on impact of overhead reduction) ...leading to - Profit of circa £5m Does not seem unreasonable given the right conditions.
dusseldorf
11/8/2017
09:08
The mad scramble to protect equity positions sends VIX soaring. Now, how else can one protect equity positions? Spread bet anyone? Https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-08-10/vix-s-highest-close-since-election-sparks-record-rush-to-protect
aleman
10/8/2017
20:33
A bit of communication to long suffering holders wouldn't go amiss. Then again if they are about to take the minority interest away from us for some ridiculous price, why bother? Don't hold much hope and certainly don't trust management here.
topvest
10/8/2017
18:31
VIX now 14.49 after earlier hitting 15.49. The headlines will say welcome back volatility. In practice, it is probably more down to a short squeeze. Nonetheless, volatility has clearly been increasing for a few weeks for anyone who has been watching for it. Let's hope it is good for business. Https://www.ft.com/content/7389f969-63e4-3dda-a3f3-cdcdad3a3497 Https://seekingalpha.com/article/4097485-mean-reversion-volatility-might-lead-big-migration-equities
aleman
10/8/2017
14:49
VIX now 13.20 from 11.11 yesterday. +20%
aleman
10/8/2017
14:24
VIX at 12.64 is now highest since mid-May. The 5-year average is about 15 so a near 4 point rise in two weeks ago is big. It's up 15% today. Are financial markets starting to throw a wobbly or is it just a reaction to record shorting of the VIX that means it is now distorted as an indicator?
aleman
10/8/2017
14:09
no but LCG is.
domple
10/8/2017
13:56
Is VIX picking up rising volatility? Https://blogs.wsj.com/moneybeat/2017/08/08/nevermind-the-vix-stock-volatility-is-rising-in-subtle-ways/
aleman
10/8/2017
13:54
Rising revenues and falling costs are a good combination. A reduced cash burn from last year might see LCG okay for a couple of years with the cash they have. That just then just leaves us asking when volatility returns. There are already signs it is here. The UK is falling into recession if today's manufacturing, construction and trade news is anything to go - and things seem to have deteriorated further since two months ago. Brexit dithering and Trump are adding to problems. If bad economic news and bad politics continue to increase, profitability could arrive quite quickly. Downside seems to be in the price, mostly. I think the upside potential is not being fully represented.
aleman
10/8/2017
12:51
We've not much to go on Aleman, as no trading update, but one can assume only that forward looking statements that were written in FY16 at end of June still hold true: "The full benefits of the cost savings associated with the restructuring exercise in 2016 are expected to materialise in the next financial year. " "We are confident the Group is now far better placed to derive a steady revenue stream during weak trading conditions and be in a position to take full advantage when conditions are favourable" "LCG, as one of the leading providers in the industry with an established history of over 20 years and with a loyal client base, is well placed to continue its growth trajectory in this changing environment." "Both client acquisition and client volumes are continuing to improve in 2017, with the first two months of the year showing newly funded accounts up 30% on the same period in 2016 and client trading volumes up 14% over the same period." "At the same time, the Company has also taken advantage of these resources and talent pool by re-locating many of its processing and operational functions to Cyprus which will additionally reduce costs for the Group. The full benefits of these cost saving initiatives are expected to be seen in 2017. " "The Group looks forward to benefiting from the enhanced product offerings which will give the Company the opportunity to promote the brand, develop broader and more innovative products and service offerings, and attract a more diversified client base, both within the UK market and internationally. " I'm knee deep in LCG as a long term hedge on markets becoming more erratic and ultimately would like to see a £50mcap company within 2.5-3yrs. exactly how that is achieved be it improved trading alone or in combination with additional equity I'm not sure.
dusseldorf
10/8/2017
12:11
12.46 now.
aleman
10/8/2017
10:38
I thought volatility looked to be increasing. VIX has started to show it - now 12.25 from under 9 two weeks ago. It fortuitously coincides with LCP's current ad campaign. Lots of bad economic news about today could drive it higher.
aleman
03/8/2017
13:51
domple - were they your big boots at 2.375? if so, well timed
dusseldorf
03/8/2017
13:44
Well, im in a few more to average down.
domple
03/8/2017
13:02
Online quotes: Sell 375k@2.06 buy 1k@2.25 Seriously...max online buy is throttled to £30 (via hargreaves at least).
dusseldorf
03/8/2017
11:26
No shortage of 'thin margin' sellers, but the Ask volume is tight. Looking a bit more chirpy than a few days ago. 2.75p is the 200 day SMA and may prove problematic, however, should it break through back to high 3's, it may be time to believe happy days are here again.
dusseldorf
02/8/2017
12:17
Feel for those that have held through this fall, but for new investors surely there must be/could be some real good gains to be made here. Clearly company in a big marketing drive and market volatility will return!
ddubzy
02/8/2017
11:20
Would be even more impressive to see it go the other way :) I'm still here waiting for some signs of further business recovery - assumption is all is on track (given lack of trading update to state otherwise or confirm exceeding expectations)
dusseldorf
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