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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
St. James's Place Plc LSE:STJ London Ordinary Share GB0007669376 ORD 15P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -25.50 -2.13% 1,171.50 1,170.50 1,171.50 1,193.50 1,158.50 1,186.50 916,532 16:29:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 0.0 708.9 27.6 42.4 6,295

St. James's Place Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/11/2020
12:57
There are far worse UK stocks to hold than this one though. I bought these recently at £9.13 and then again at £8.95. They tend to swing a lot so a good traders share despite being a FTSE 100 stock
dexdringle
06/11/2020
12:49
Agreed.Used the March drop to switch many of my uk investments into an S&P tracker which has recovered all of my losses this year.
tim 3
06/11/2020
12:22
Almost as pxss poor an investment as aviva gsk etc, U.K. listed stuff just desperate, stick to the S&P.
porsche1945
04/11/2020
09:50
All aboard. Next stop £9.50.....
dexdringle
27/10/2020
09:19
Well at least, for a change, it isn't a ridiculous article criticising the service to, or charges paid by, SJP's clients. Too many businesses now are concerned only for employees and customers with shareholders (owners of the business) being a very distant third. CEOs have to work with the employees (so like to keep them happy) and deal with unhappy customers (so like to keep them happy) but can largely ignore shareholders who are remote and are mostly faceless investment funds who don't seem to care either as it isn't their money. And therefore shareholder returns are not forefront in the CEOs mind. He's still getting his £X millions so why should he care. Then cost control starts to slip. Workforce becomes bloated. Lots of sub departments (mini empires) are created. Inefficiency creeps in. It becomes a jolly vehicle out of which everyone makes a good living except the shareholders. I am 100% behind Primestone here. They have nailed it. SJP is a really good core business but it is getting into bad habits.
dexdringle
27/10/2020
06:30
Poor performance for shareholders:Https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-8881329/St-Jamess-Place-hit-investor-backlash.html
lomax99
26/9/2020
12:28
....back in at £9.13....
dexdringle
11/8/2020
11:17
Nice move up
growthpotential
30/7/2020
10:19
Had been moving in an upward track for a few weeks but seems to be testing that on the downside now. Expect sub £9 during August then maybe drift back further to £8.50 after that..... EDIT 11/08/2020 Well, I got that wrong ! They are now £10.25 !!
dexdringle
30/7/2020
10:08
Yeh I missed that while I was enjoying my life lol. But also today's move looks over done
growthpotential
28/7/2020
13:06
Well, that 15 minute 80p drop in the share price at 10:30 was a nice buying opportunity for some people ! What the hell was that all about ?
dexdringle
28/7/2020
11:36
Decent results
growthpotential
28/7/2020
11:34
Kay Passa (?)
growthpotential
24/7/2020
22:28
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growthpotential
16/6/2020
09:19
did he que passa the hell outta here
growthpotential
03/6/2020
17:49
QP why all the post deletions ?
dexdringle
03/6/2020
16:36
Sold my entire holding today. Feels a bit toppy back at nearly £10 so feel a downward movement more likely than an upward one from here.... Still holding AFH but will sell those too if they get anywhere near £4 again. Market feels like it's getting ahead of itself and will be due another downward leg soon...
dexdringle
02/5/2020
12:41
I absolutely agree with QP. The wording is an ambiguous shambles. Whether they intended to or not they are borderline treating the shareholders (owners) with contempt.
dexdringle
02/5/2020
03:39
How do you interpret this sentence in the press release? "In addition, the Board confirms that it will be making one dividend decision relating to the 2020 financial year and this will be made in February 2021 at the time of our full-year results." Does it mean no interim dividend this year?
senku
01/5/2020
14:30
Hmmm. Will also be interesting to see if AFH pull their proposed 5p dividend announced in January and payable soon (XD date to be 11th June and payment date 3rd July). I'm betting they won't....(which probably means they will)
dexdringle
01/5/2020
13:21
Blimey. I genuinely didn't realise others had done the same. Traditional rules clearly no longer apply. What I still don't understand is why SJP didn't simply reduce the dividend to 20p from 32p. But instead they re-set the XD date to do the whole thing afresh. Surely that is a weird way to handle an already weird situation ?
dexdringle
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