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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Polymetal International Plc LSE:POLY London Ordinary Share JE00B6T5S470 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -19.50 -1.42% 1,353.00 1,352.50 1,353.50 1,372.00 1,335.50 1,369.50 276,160 09:28:43
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Metals 2,095.5 1,027.6 168.2 7.8 6,407

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30/5/2021
17:39
Also don't forget that even assuming that all of HLs equity is enough to cover the costs of administration it could easily be two years before you get access to your assetsIn that period you won't be able to take any cash out and you won't be able to sell anything - you'll be just like one of Woodfords happy investors :) So the counterparty you are trading with is still v important Always best to have a few brokers and only trade with top tier platforms
williamcooper104
30/5/2021
16:56
I think assets are in pooled nominees, not individual account nominees.That's the way I take it. May be wrong.
montyhedge
30/5/2021
14:59
They are separate funds and in 99.9% of cases the assets will remain mine, but there is no absolute guarantee. To be fair to HL, they have produced a detailed answer to that question, which I have read a while go. hTTps://www.hl.co.uk/security-centre/how-safe-is-your-investment#:~:text=All%20client%20money%20is%20held,to%20cover%20Hargreaves%20Lansdown's%20obligations. And also, say they did get into trouble - they are publicly quoted and their share price would trail any potential issue well before it became terminal and give time to act. The problem of course might well be that if HL got into trouble, the chances are that others might also be in trouble, indeed the whole equity market might be in unrecoverable meltdown. Additionally they are the best financed of anything out there (see link above), and the least likely to go under - which is why I am with them. For the moment...
imastu pidgitaswell
29/5/2021
21:22
HL have let me down quite a few times lately. Failing to fill orders when ample opportunity being my biggest gripe. Lagging on live prices and poorer price quotes than I get on other platforms. I have been with ii since they took over my TD Waterhouse trading ac and not had a single problem. I would move my HL stuff all to there but for being wary of having so much in one place. No worries about ii service though.
finctastic
29/5/2021
15:08
As far as I understand if the company holding your shares goes bust it won't change the fact that they are still your shares and you won't lose them. Perhaps that's naive of me I don't know?
spawny100
29/5/2021
14:56
You need to spread large amounts, what will happen to your cash/investments if HL go bust holding 100% of your assets??
trader536
29/5/2021
13:15
Maybe - I've come this far, rather than risk any more balls-ups I'll just get it done first and all in the one place. Then think again. But that episode yesterday is probably the final straw on top of all of their other failures on live prices, platform and withdrawals of stuff like broker recs, 'Client service' - an alien concept. Good job I'm relaxed and easy going...😉 The plan had been to reinvest the divis in FRES, but things change quickly, so having sold quite a few in the 1720s to buy more FRES earlier the week, the plan changed to buy the POLY shares back. Both should do well next week: Last week: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com This week: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
imastu pidgitaswell
29/5/2021
12:22
Vote with your feet, transfer to ii Https://www.ii.co.uk/investing-with-ii/transferring-to-ii#investments
trader536
29/5/2021
09:26
That is daft, EQi received the dividend in £. Been with EQi since it was Selftrade back in the noughties, hopefully ii will be fine, it has stranded my LISA with EQi though. Neither ii, nor my SIPP provider Barclays, do LISAs.
robertstronghand
28/5/2021
23:25
EQI accounts are being taken over by 'ii' at the end of june. I'll look forward to seeing how good they are.
philanderer
28/5/2021
19:40
Just looked on mobile app so just saw balance. Must admit very impressed with interactive Investors.
montyhedge
28/5/2021
18:39
Duh! it was paid in USD they then converted to GBP at their rate Click 'portfolio' then 'cash balances' to see the received USD
trader536
28/5/2021
18:28
Great interactive Investors paid dividend in Sterling I thought it would be dollars.
montyhedge
28/5/2021
16:22
But gold is up and POLY is still down?
trader536
28/5/2021
16:18
Said subject to gold price.
montyhedge
28/5/2021
13:38
Got my dividend at EQi just in time to add in the 1670s, happy days.
robertstronghand
28/5/2021
13:26
Nice dividend paid into my EQI account :-)
philanderer
28/5/2021
10:23
seems the opposite has happened recently - ex div POLY up. Divi payment date, POLY down lol
scepticalinvestor
28/5/2021
09:20
Normally on day of divi paid , share price goes up.
action
28/5/2021
08:26
Monty - why is POLY down? What about all those dividend reinvestment plans you keep harping on about??
trader536
28/5/2021
08:22
POLY underperforming FRES as expected ;-)
trader536
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