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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  29.00 1.77% 1,670.00 102,842 13:16:33
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,670.00 1,672.00 1,681.00 1,640.00 1,649.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 531.46 285.73 226.28 6.7 1,669
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:16:33 AT 3 1,670.00 GBX

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Plus500 Daily Update: Plus500 Ltd is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PLUS. The last closing price for Plus500 was 1,641p.
Plus500 Ltd has a 4 week average price of 1,508p and a 12 week average price of 1,429p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,681p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,241.50p.
There are currently 99,945,555 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 373,970 shares. The market capitalisation of Plus500 Ltd is £1,669,090,768.50.
base7: The latest trading statement ,16/5/22, stated that the expectation is for trading in FY22 to be significantly ahead of expectations & it is very bold to make that statement less than 5 months into the year.As it was made only 4 weeks ago it must be fair to assume that our first half will have been very strong, resulting in increased dividends & a further continuation of our share buy backs-supported by bank balances which could be approaching $1bill by the year end ( & the $ is unlikely to weaken v £ any time soon ).In volatile times I am happy to be invested here & Plus has been more stable than many others in my portfolio & pays a very decent 9 & growing dividend)
planelondon: Eggbaconandbubble, the company is in the process of undertaking an enormous investment programme for future growth by way of enhanced marketing spend, buy backs and balance sheet building to support its USA futures and options clearing business ambitions. This combined investment over a three year period is nearing a billion dollars. In turn, this has reduced margins and impacted what was an exceptionally high dividend yield, supported by a low multiple. The success of this ongoing investment strategy is now beginning to become evident in the share price. Djokovic1, this looks most likely. It’s difficult to see how Q2 is going to be worse than Q1. The late March Q1 rally across all asset classes meant the starting point for Q2 customer trading was ratcheted up to relatively high levels. Bitcoin in particular. Plus500 have historically had very strong quarters when crypto has fallen by 50% in the period.
riverman77: PLUS tends to make trading gains when markets fall. However, not too fussed either way as trading performance tends to average out over time. Importantly, customer wins will result in more trading and more profits down the line
coxsmn: Live updates49 minutes agoDesignated Survivor star in new City campaignKEIFER Sutherland is to front a multi-billion billboard and TV campaign for Plus500, as the City broker seeks to expand across Europe.The Hollywood star behind The Fugitive, 24, and Designated Survivor will appear on billboards across London as Plus500 targets "financially sophisticated" potential customers.That's a vote of confidence in the market from Plus 500 and comes as rivals see revenues tumble. A lockdown inspired trading boom that saw thousands of new customers open financial trading accounts seems to be clearly over.
aleman: CMCX revised its forecast to top of range and then marginally beat it due to good trading in its final quarter, Q1/2022. I'm not surprised the market has taken a profit, given the share buy-backs pushed the price up nicely, but the fall there seems excessive given that trading for Q2/2022 looks promising. We already know PLUS is trading ahead from the update only 3+ weeks ago. I think CMCX is off because it hoped for a similarly positive update but there was no current trading statement. It seems to be getting saved for the CMCX Q1 update a the end of next month - perhaps benefitting share buy-backs in the meanwhile.
djokovic1: OOS, I wasn't clear :) I was surprised to see CMC drop so much. Didn't see anything drastic in their earnings of concern. Of course as mentioned before at 2x the Plus multiple doesnt seem like a great risk reward. Plus dropping in sympathy, yes I agree, we are more than accustomed to that!
djokovic1: I am slightly surprised to see the negative market reaction to CMC results but from my perspective it is irrelevant to Plus (a big part of that is that Plus trades at half the multiple of CMC).
sailing john: Hi rHatton - not currently in but your post prompted me to have a look at my model and with a stunning Q1 and tax confirmed at 12% it looks interesting. The main problem in modelling now is the two Rev numbers are just a guess for me whereas a few years back you could track their exposure by monitoring positions especially in the crypto days where I ran a crypto dummy account with PLUS all long so I could estimate Cust P&L and trade accordingly ahead of results. Regulatory risk always in the background but I'm not monitoring Regulators any more (news pages). Options look vulnerable to intervention given the daily moves. I might dip my toe in, the Q2 TS will be very interesting and tempting? I'm not putting in the hours anymore so looking for relatively safe high yield investments. There is a relatively safe opportunity in renewables currently imo as their income is driven by RPI for ROCs/CFDs and Electricity prices for output both of which are rising significantly. RPI heading for 10% and for electricity prices - look at the headlines and your bills though they fix years 1-3 typically at 80%,50%, 30% so takes time for rises to feed through to P&L. Fuel costs are zero of course, maintenance steady and capital via loans and placings. I do need to do more research and build some models - perhaps a winter project. I have one third of my portfolio invested at a yield of 5-7% but capital growth on top for the next 2 years imo of perhaps 10-20%/annum. Here's the list in case you are interested in researching UKW, BSIF, NESF, TRIG, FSFL, SSE, JLEN. They are all starting to move up but I don't think Mr M understands the size of the opportunity for the next couple of years - yet! Finally I have a large position in Tharisa (THS) - PGM and Chrome in SA and new PGM mine in Zim being developed - excellent management and the family own over 40% so having developed I can see a sale to one of the bigger players but perhaps not for 5 years (they have done it before). Recent positive price drivers are mine life extension, commissioning of Chrome fines plant, buyout of BEE shareholding and completion of Karo Zim acquisition and Russia sanctions might support prices. Share price currently weak over concerns about China car production driving PGM prices down but Mr M hasn't spotted the near doubling of Chrome prices that will offset in the short term imo. I have a model and I'm expecting 21p+ in 1H (imminent) and 47p FY. Current share price has fallen to 132p - Bonkers! my target 200p+ but subject to change up or down in the volatile world of PGM/Chrome pricing!!! dyor etc. Sorry for the off topic everyone else but I have a lot of old friends here GL - SJ
thorpematt: Yes it's interesting isn't it, that an immaterial cost of acquisition has the opportunity to acces sucha large market. In some regards that the attraction of tech stocks I suppose. I would have thought that with all this volatility PLUS would be doing rather well of late. As usual the share price is a little behind the curve.
base7: The days of our share price 10 bagging are well behind us but since IPO Plus has been a terrific investment ,providing both capital growth & a very decent yield over the years & has been relatively stable in uncertain times.We are now looking to expand both organically & by acquisition , which is helped by having a substantial,& growing, cash buffer
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