Buy
Sell
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
  2.50 0.17% 1,450.50 1,450.50 1,452.00 1,457.00 1,448.00 1,450.50 1,001,648 16:29:58
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 0.0 426.4 49.1 29.5 7,808

St. James's Place Share Discussion Threads

Showing 76 to 100 of 550 messages
Chat Pages: Latest  10  9  8  7  6  5  4  3  2  1
DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/5/2007
11:59
1st quarter's statement is reasonably positive, they are on pace to achieve 2007 targets, the statement is tinged by a slight negative > "but that such growth would not continue forever." < I suppose that's the same for all company's! As long as the markets stay buoyant, they should do well, I hold my shares for now.
prankster2
23/4/2007
10:07
Yep Hectorp STJ is lagging the recent market run up, IMO I reckon it may be because it wants to see if the market stabilizes around these levels for a while, if it does I'd expect it to start climbing again.
prankster2
07/3/2007
08:55
STJ still looks weak, FTSE up but STJ down 9p.
hectorp
05/3/2007
20:29
I expect thats the case prankster, and we could be out of these doldrums. May take a few more days. H.
hectorp
05/3/2007
12:26
The market has come down since my last prediction of 536, the market was approx 6307, unless the market climbs that prediction will not be reached, at 6016 the market is down some 4.6%, I'd take a bit more off the old price target because of the negative sentiment across the market, let's say approx 8% + = new price target of 490 or less if the market goes lower, more if it makes a dramatic come back. My average price is 422, I'm holding mine.
prankster2
02/3/2007
13:57
Oh what a lonely furrow.. - share price just under 6-month support. Not too significant yet. This share has a small correcting habbit every couple of months (see 6 month chart) this one is the largest and co-incides with the downturn in the markets creating a larger swing than usual.
hectorp
01/3/2007
08:36
Starting to add stock here.
hectorp
28/2/2007
07:47
press today.. one ( Tele?) says hold. Mail says take profits. Cancel each other out.
hectorp
27/2/2007
12:16
Pity the decent results announcement was on a day FTSE fell over 100 points, it still doesn't detract from the excellent future growth prospects. I can only assume we will retest support, and then motor onwards.
hectorp
27/2/2007
08:43
Look forwarard to revised broker notes! She's doing fine.
hectorp
27/2/2007
08:43
St James beats forecasts by 3 M: St James's Place, the wealth management group and life insurer, said operating profits for 2006 rose 54% to £176m from £114.5m a year earlier on a European Embedded Value basis. The result beat a consensus analyst forecast of £173m supplied by the company. New business profits were up 71% to £115.2m from £67.2m in 2005. Full year new business sales were £349.1m on an annual premium equivalent basis, a rise of 58%. SJP also declared a final dividend of 2.15p a share, taking the total payout for the year to 3.65p, an increase of 16%. The company added it is setting an annual new business growth target of 15%-20%.
hectorp
19/2/2007
13:19
Rising RSI? based on 2007 to dayte there is an inverse head and shoulders , though I'm not all that sure it alpplies to RSI's ! Rally does seem likely to continue.
hectorp
16/2/2007
19:26
Me again, sorry. I keep underestimating this mob. I was always gonna add , last month, last week, Its possibly still time to load up here on a 1-2 year view.
hectorp
09/2/2007
12:53
I'm not sure if todays news is a good thing or not ! You could read values into it either way. I'll stick to fairly neurtral.
hectorp
09/2/2007
08:48
cheers kev3 for the tip on polr.
vwrich
09/2/2007
08:34
Is this why we had a spike yesterday? HBOS PLC has denied market rumours it is looking to buy out the remaining 40 pct stake of life insurer and wealth manager St James's Place PLC it does not already own. 'We have no plans to increase our stake in St James's Place,' a spokesman from the UK bank told AFX News. 'We are quite happy with our current shareholding.' St James's Place last month reported new business sales from long-term savings for 2006 rose 58 pct to 349.1 mln stg in the year to Dec 31, 2006.
hectorp
08/2/2007
15:44
Just got back.. a mystery! maybe we will revisit the top of the spike soon enough.
hectorp
08/2/2007
13:04
any idea on the spike ?
abcd1234
08/2/2007
13:02
Nice rise, it's going well towards my crystal ball prediction of 536 that I made earlier.
prankster2
08/2/2007
12:47
why the sudden spike...any info/rumour? t.i.a.
abcd1234
07/2/2007
00:34
STJ manking inroads.. this and ADN coming on very fast and strong. A fine holding stock.
hectorp
05/2/2007
01:17
GUYS I HOPE YOU DONT MIND MY INTRUSION. PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT LENNOX HOLDINGS, THE EX PAT FOOD STORE. TINY MARKET CAP. JUST 0.2 MILLION. ONLY 24.02 MILL SHARES IN ISSUE, INTEREST IS RISING. THIS WILL BE A 600% CLIMBER TOMORROW, GET IT ON YOUR MONITORS.. LENNOX IS GOING TO RISE LIKE A PHOENIX. DONT MISS THE BOAT FELLAS.. WE GOT A MULTI BAGGER ON OUR HANDS.
lennox lnx multibagg
04/2/2007
21:12
Post removed by ADVFN
Abuse team
04/2/2007
19:03
STJ has resumed its inevitable rise, look forward to the coming week.
hectorp
27/1/2007
12:57
Note that shares mag rated this as a buy lat year and even so, they could only see growth of around 5% in 2007. THis forecast has clearly been eclipsed and getting shot of 99 specialist mortgage advisers was a catalyst, some months back. Now Mike Waston is looking to 15-20% growth per annum. This puts 2008 on a very low P/E of growth is 15% in 2006 and 2007. Even now, STJ appears a share to add to, and have a very large holding in. Its also a geared play on the retiring and relatively, very well off baby boomers. This generaion, in spite of the press, mostly have fine pensions and savings, not to mention property. STJ's management of their valuables will increase greatly in the next 3-5 years as they become 63-65 trs old.
hectorp
Chat Pages: Latest  10  9  8  7  6  5  4  3  2  1
ADVFN Advertorial
Your Recent History
LSE
STJ
St. James'..
Register now to watch these stocks streaming on the ADVFN Monitor.

Monitor lets you view up to 110 of your favourite stocks at once and is completely free to use.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P: V: D:20210615 23:25:34