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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Plus500 Ltd LSE:PLUS London Ordinary Share IL0011284465 ORD ILS0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  31.00 1.99% 1,586.00 1,591.50 1,594.00 1,598.00 1,550.00 1,566.00 373,133 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 267.3 142.7 101.8 15.7 1,659

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07/1/2020
15:37
You could draw a ruler along the 1 Year chart (which is why I'm in)...
chartsworth
07/1/2020
13:19
Cracking chart
nw99
07/1/2020
13:14
Pop ! Onwards and upwards
hatfullofsky
07/1/2020
12:06
Mr M doesn't appear to know what he is doing! No surprise there when it comes to PLUS! 5% up then 10% swing down and back up since TS!
sailing john
07/1/2020
11:56
There are gaps to fill on the chart, and gaps to fill in a true understanding of this stock. It would seem.
chucko1
07/1/2020
11:02
how do you arrive at £14 nw99 ?
stoxx67
07/1/2020
09:31
Nice chart heading to £14
nw99
07/1/2020
07:15
WTF - Credit Suisse Largest buys were at the open (everybody knows this is when the spread is widest) 1,375 883.4 8:01:05 LSE 1,800 900.0 8:08:47 LSE 2,166 916.0 8:12:03 LSE
hatfullofsky
06/1/2020
23:05
RNdm355, you are seemingly fixed in your view, so I don’t suppose this stock could be for you. Seems odd that longer term shareholders have actually made a huge return. Largely in dividends that comes from a cash balance. No debt. So why conceal anything? Unless it was a change they were hiding, but that doesn’t stack up either as previously it was in both directions (gains and losses) depending upon quarter. It’s the badly researched (or speculative) stuff like yours (“certainly concealment”) which makes this cheaper than it merits. That’s fine - it means I can make more money. Many thanks to you and various hedge funds! Odey’s analysis was that it was not mentioned as it was blindingly obvious to those who closely follow the stock, but not to all investors. Plus should have considered this but overlooked the perception of its importance.
chucko1
06/1/2020
20:25
Plus revenue is = Bid offer spread revenue (always positive) + Funding charge revenue (always positive) + Market PnL (can be positive or negative) Bid offer spread: Is the revenue captured by Plus when customers trade on their quotes Funding charge: Is the revenue from the funding cost of customers holding a position (think of it as the cost to the customer for obtaining leverage) Market PnL: Is how much money the customer positions have made in the period mark to market. Obviously this could be positive or negative. Over the last 5 years this is how the overall PnL contribution has played out: Bid offer spread (90%) + Funding charge (10%) + Market PnL (0%) So in a quarter the market PnL will obviously never be exactly be 0, but over time the outcome has been that the market PnL has been 0. One way to think about this is over the long term customers don't really have an edge (as one would expect) but quarter to quarter this can obviously vary. For example: Market PnL for Plus was significantly negative when cryptos rallied hard in Q4 2017 and most customers were long crypto and market PnL was significantly positive in Q1 2018 when that reversed and cryptos tanked. So in summary, there is no point to focus on quarterly market PnL except so as to figure out the true underlying operating PnL driven by bid offer spread and funding costs which in turn is driven by volatility as higher volatility drives more trading.
djokovic1
06/1/2020
17:23
Please explain what the customer losses mean, or point to an explanation if possible?
rndm355
06/1/2020
17:10
They (Cube) don’t understand what the customer losses really mean. They are, in fact, barely relevant and the issue has been blown out of all proportion. But it does permit buying on volatility such as today and trading it with some confidence. That’s all apart from the long term holding period which continues to deliver in both dividends and steady corporate growth.
chucko1
06/1/2020
16:53
Thanks very good
nw99
06/1/2020
14:23
some comments here: hTTps://cube.investments/cube-midcap-report-6-jan-2020-plus-nmc/
rndm355
06/1/2020
13:51
Who knows what others are thinking, but YoY is pretty irrelevant. You somehow have to judge the regulatory effects in future years and the pros and cons they offer to PLUS (which will be rather different to its competitors). As it stands, I think PLUS is able to navigate these far better than others and this remains a growth stock, though only if measured over a long time period. Those who have been patient have been rewarded. The fall to 810p today was an easy trade if you like short term action. Sold 2 hours or so later at 851.5p! Also sold at 889p and bought at 859p. Crazy.
chucko1
06/1/2020
12:08
so forecasts were revenue 276m USD PBT 147m USD EPS 101p With the outlook being a positive one I'd say that the reaction here should be positive. Amyone have a view on those numbers? Is the market taking a simple look at YOY comparison?
thorpematt
06/1/2020
11:21
don`t get this at all, can`t wait for the results in feb and the dividend announcement now. thought others would be piling in... janauary could be a good start as well with all the volatility last few days already, crude, gold etc big mvnts
russ1983
06/1/2020
11:20
Buy what you can if it does
nw99
06/1/2020
11:16
Heading to 800 hopefully some support. Crazy action
hatfullofsky
06/1/2020
11:11
WRF - what an opportunity
hatfullofsky
06/1/2020
10:51
Just added more here
nw99
06/1/2020
10:06
I have just bought as well
montynj
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