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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
The Share Centre LSE:SHRE London Ordinary Share GB0001977866 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.25p +1.01% 25.00p 24.50p 25.50p 25.00p 24.75p 24.75p 1,310 14:32:58
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 18.7 0.4 0.2 125.0 35.91

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/12/2018
20:05
Glad to report my experience so far has been very positive.
thamestrader
17/12/2018
14:22
Dealt with brokers over the years. The Share Centre must admit one of the best I have dealt with, professional and good value.
montyhedge
30/9/2018
15:42
It wouldn't. I bought the minimum 500 in 2015 to get the extra transaction discount but I paid 0.375 per share so at present I am sitting on a £68 loss. In the three years I have held, I have had just under £13 in divis. I transferred to the Self Select ISA a few years ago to avoid capital gains and would recommend it if you think your trades will hit the Capital Gains threshold. The ISA account fees are £57.90pa and the Share Account fees are £21.60pa.
heorot1
30/9/2018
12:57
Now safely on board ex-Beaufort, and so far so good. Optional £24 for this quarter has paid for itself already. Happy days. Next question, should I buy shares in SHRE to get even cheaper dealing? Based on 60 trades/year, and assuming a 0.4p annual dividend, but zero share price growth (wild assumptions, i know), 500 shares would pay for themselves in a year. But 500 shares is a silly investment. Odd that they give this perk in exchange for such a small investment. Of course if there was any prospect of them actually going up a penny or two, I would buy a decent wad of shares. Hopefully the retention of a chunk of ex-Beaufort customers will improve their prospects.
thamestrader
22/9/2018
11:50
I have to agree. I first looked at using an online broker over 20 years ago and chose the Share Centre. Over the years they have improved their service and kept ahead of their competitors. I have kept an eye on alternative brokers and read their reviews and have never been tempted to change.
heorot1
10/8/2018
17:13
Must admit The Share Centre one of the best value professional stockbrockers I have used over the years.
montyhedge
09/8/2018
18:31
Impressive AUM growth. Need to start converting the revenue growth into sustained profitability. Interest rate increases will certainly help.
topvest
09/8/2018
15:58
Yes, I saw that. Could be a plan, even though they have traded mostly sideways/downwards.
thamestrader
09/8/2018
15:43
Buy 500 shares in TheShareCentre and your trades will be £5.25.
eeza
09/8/2018
15:39
It looks like I will soon be one of 15000 new customers of The Share Centre, as they take on former Beaufort Securities' business. I wonder how many will stay, though. I'm guessing many of us will have made alternative arrangements already, so will probably shut down their new accounts fairly promptly. But the high-volume pricing plan seems good value (as long as you achieve the requisite trading volume, obviously), so I for one will not be too hasty to shut down my new account.
thamestrader
01/6/2018
10:55
PE 128 according to ADVFN, seems very very high.
montyhedge
08/3/2018
08:09
Great rns. Hopefully a move now confirmed.
newforestlad
06/2/2018
10:28
Beginning to trend
newforestlad
31/10/2017
11:57
Frustrating but its cycle isn't ready yet.
newforestlad
30/10/2017
12:34
Don't understand the continual underperformance in the share price here. Especially considering the excellent recent trading updates.
gateside
28/6/2017
11:53
Excellent trading update yesterday
gateside
25/5/2017
16:03
Vanguard launching their own platform has had an impact on all investment platform providers. Whilst they currently only offer their own funds, platform charges of 0.15% will hopefully force the others to reduce theirs and therefore platform revenue will drop.
mustardmark
25/5/2017
08:20
Good trading update in April. So surprised that this is drifting lower.
gateside
28/4/2016
14:32
OK, £18M + A loss making business with £14M of turnover. Assume it's valued at £18m + £15M less a discount for no shareholder return and you get to £30M. £20M is probably too low unless losses are higher than expected. £42M though....no I don't think so! These businesses are only going to fire up on: 1. A new multi-year bull cycle - probably 2/3 years away. 2. Interest rate increases - the business model requires a return from customer cash. Think we are too far away from both with the cost base increasing. As I say, will look to get back in later when things start moving in the right direction. Its an odd business as the share price always seems to be a tad pricey, probably because its tightly held by management and customer loyal shareholders.
topvest
27/4/2016
22:39
Er .. it's carrying £18m in cash and investments ! Basic fact every investor should know and one which clearly affects the share price ! Do the math and see what the real market cap is minus cash. Also has *zero* debt.
harveydee
27/4/2016
17:17
Yes, I do hold JIM - much better value. At £42m Share plc is very highly valued. It's worth £20-30m in my book given the very poor outlook for this year's results and revenue is stuck at £14m. Costs about £15m. It will undoubtedly get better but that's at least 12 months off.
topvest
27/4/2016
13:26
Hi Topvest, I was discussing SharePlc on the JIM thread yesterday with another holder. JIM has a more modest P/E, is at the bottom of a profit taking slide in price and has a historic yield (including a special dividend)of nearly 8%. A lot of director and PDMR buying of late and nearly time for the interims.
melton john
27/4/2016
13:24
Bad move topvest, the low is already in. They are picking up lots of "white label" business and the most recent, as highlighted yesterday, will be a "major" contributor to revenue and profits going forward. The UK broking industry is about to undergo a period of consolidation, with acquirers and acquired. Either way, SHRE stands to benefit, as its finances are rock solid, reputation excellent and its position as a no-frills, low-price broker highly beneficial when others like hargreaves will have to keep reducing their prices.
harveydee
27/4/2016
10:21
Decided to sell my very small holding at break-even. Looks very expensive now on a yield and P/E ratio. Loss making this year and only a 0.2p dividend. Got a bit fed up with how they are dressing-up their dismal financial results. Great business, but this is going lower in my view until revenue starts increasing which won't be until at least 2017. May get back in towards the end of 2016.
topvest
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