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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rbg Holdings Plc LSE:RBGP London Ordinary Share GB00BFM6WL52 ORD GBP0.002
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.79% 63.00 396,768 16:10:28
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
61.00 65.00 63.50 63.00 63.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 19.94 7.65 7.56 8.3 50
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:05:37 O 125,000 59.30 GBX

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2021-01-27 18:05:5259.30125,00074,125.00O
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27/1/2021
08:20
Rbg Daily Update: Rbg Holdings Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RBGP. The last closing price for Rbg was 63.50p.
Rbg Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 55.60p and a 12 week average price of 55.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 100.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 50p.
There are currently 80,092,106 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 238,151 shares. The market capitalisation of Rbg Holdings Plc is £50,458,026.78.
25/1/2021
14:10
maddox: Are there any lawyers on here that can shed light on what is driving demand in the legal services market at the moment? RBGP Oct trading update was positive 'the Group's law firm, Rosenblatt Limited ("RBL") has continued to trade well with case value and volumes remaining significantly ahead year-on-year.' And KEYS recent TU 'strong trading' and 'materially ahead'. So looks promising for Thursday's update but would be good to know whether this is Covid-19 related or otherwise? Regards Maddox
19/1/2021
12:26
its the oxman: True , but bought c.60p thinking very oversold with 70-90p range easily achievable provided no profit warning. Looks increasingly like that's the case and given begbies price is spiking now, the convex deal looks to be making everyone involved a winner so that has to bode very well for that part of the business and reputation. If that's a ramp I guess it is. Let's see what the trading update brings. Outlook will be key.
18/1/2021
10:57
its the oxman: Just happy to be over my in price of c.60p. Long way to go hopefully if overhang is gone.
12/1/2021
16:32
thirty fifty twenty: hi Oxman at the mello event last night there was a discussion on MANO. lots of opinion that MANO have no barriers to entry etc... and currently achieve high margins thus attractive to new entrants. so this is exactly what RBGP did with their new business ISELRO. however, one of the attendees commented that ISELRO started in May, but does not yet have a single client!! the chair queried who they might know such information... but it does seem (1) very unlikely (2) a possible explanation of the share price malice if their second new business venture has also performed poorly. All IMHO, DYOR + BoL RBGP is in my portfolio
12/1/2021
14:58
its the oxman: Just hoping the co isn't performing as badly as the share price suggests. Half decent update might create decent buying to mop up MITON. Waiting to see , but also think if you just buy now and roll on a year this will be far higher. Just need to judge your entry price correctly which so far has cost me.
12/1/2021
13:18
sphere25: Don't want to be a spoil sport but Premier Miton have had a recent habit of being spoil sports by selling down in a substantial way with LIT, KMK and TLY being some examples. They clearly have a sizable position in RBGP which is naturally taking a while to clear. The volumes here in recent weeks would have ordinarily been more than enough to shift the price substantially higher. On the flip side, we have seen numerous examples recently where a seller in size has provided opportunity too by taking the price down to anomalous levels. The offer needs to be dragged to a level (50p here?) where it can find a floor and entice enough buyers in size to clear out as many as Premier Miton (assuming they are the main drag, which does appear to be the case) to then allow the re-rate. These illiquid shares are a nightmare to sell at times so trying to sell millions is never going to be easy and clearly they're using the bullish market (and what appears to be a value price) to fill the substantial sell order. Often the prices just fart about near the lows with some big chunks exchanging causing little pops at times without fully clearing the sellers, but the volume can be monstrous when fully cleared. That's when the sustained move often happens. Clearly we can never know how many they want to sell but forming a view here based on some of their recent activity and the price action. No position yet. Price still trending down and not forming a bottom so just watching. All imo DYOR
08/1/2021
17:49
scubadiverr: I'm sure most will see on inspection but buys are going through as sells. I know for certain as bought again at below the mid price (56.5p). My guess is there's still a big seller, I'm guessing Miton, not our friend "Bob". The good news, other than there currently being cheaper than you'd expect shares available, is that last year's trading update was on the 24th Jan, so not all that far away. I gave in to temptation today after watching the latest webinar once more. I link below for convenience incase anyone hasn't already seen it:https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=XewqX6hvPws
05/1/2021
17:46
scubadiverr: Who knows what the thought processes are of these funds, could be that they need greater diversification and have been lax in their diligence with it being someone else's money. Thankfully RBGP are far more diversified than a pure litigation funder like Manolete for example. Having the law firm at its core, then augmented by Convex the M&A specialist and Lionfish the funder. All high margin stuff and highly synergistic.
24/11/2020
18:48
scubadiverr: It's frustrating but markets can remain irrational longer than you can remain solvent as the saying goes. I've read all the publicly available information and webcasts and see no reason why this shouldn't have lifted with the rest of the market and will continue to be patient as think better times are around the corner. I much prefer the businesses that make up RBGP than KC3. I read an article in the FT earlier today about the proposed revised CGT and the number of directors and business owners who are wanting advice on selling shares and full businesses before March. This is likely to be lucrative for both RBL and Convex. Also the reason why I think K3C has again seen a nice rise today. K3C has been known by the market for selling businesses for some time, Convex has only very recently being taken out of private ownership and has yet to make its name with PIs. I years to come I think we're going to look back and wonder how we bought such a good business for so little. I'm still a believer, the current share price doesn't tell us anything other than the markets are irrational. I think we knew that already
10/11/2020
09:02
scubadiverr: Agreed, Mano's results are impressive. Unless, of course you take the view of share phrophets and deem them bull. I don't and hold Mano, but have just bought more here in the belief that Lionfish's Islero offering can capture some of this highly lucretive market. RBGP are diversified in a number of high margin synergistic activities, so I see them as offering greater value. Buy went through under the mid price so showing as a sell. Hopefully I got a good price rather than a big seller being present. Time will tell.
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