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Glaxosmithkline Share Chat (GSK)



Share Price: 1,524.40Bid: 1,525.40Ask: 1,525.80Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Glaxosmithkline
Spread: 0.40Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 1,526.80High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 1,524.40


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AllAtSea
Posts: 833
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,582.20
RE: Allatsea
9 Apr '19
You could be right but I like to take profits now and then. Just so's they are in the account and not imaginary!

And this stock does strange things itself.
 
Dinoken
Posts: 740
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,582.20
Dovatis
9 Apr '19
Excellent result for Dovatis. Bad news for Gilead, great news for GSK.
BruceJamieson
Posts: 5,849
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,585.20
Allatsea
9 Apr '19
Seems a strange time to exit com split
AllAtSea
Posts: 833
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,598.60
RE: Recovery day?
8 Apr '19
Me out at £15.97. There'll be chance to get back in later.. Or go elsewhere. I like having a bit of cash right now.
Dinoken
Posts: 740
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,594.00
Nearly time to do the splits
5 Apr '19
Interesting times ahead … From Reuters :

Brian McNamara, CEO of GSK Consumer Healthcare, told Reuters that the UK drugmaker and US peer Pfizer were on track to create the world’s biggest consumer health business by the second half of the year. The venture, which will be majority-owned by the FTSE 100 group, will become a stand-alone company within three years of closing the deal, and will be led by McNamara.

He further told Reuters that the US and China were “two of the key value drivers of the deal,” with Pfizer having “critical mass and a significant amount of their key brands”.
Fallingknife1
Posts: 4,288
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:1,606.60
RE: Recovery day?
2 Apr '19
Yes 1600p reached. Like shooting fish in a barrel but having the added luxury of some medicines if you shoot yourself in the foot.
Grayling
Posts: 1,692
Opinion:Hold
Price:1,597.00
RE: Dividend reinvestment
1 Apr '19
Halifax Stocks and Shares ISA reinvest the following day after a dividend has been paid at nominal cost and only charge £12.50 per annum irrespective of balance. There is also a cheap dealing day once a month at £3.95 per trade (+SD). I do not think this service can be beaten for either cost or convenience. The biggest delay you can have on a divi reinvestment is Friday to Monday.
Stocktaker01
Posts: 1,224
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,605.80
RE: Recovery day?
1 Apr '19
Daltron. Sell and wait for the fall. Get back in before next ex - div ideally.
AvatarIII
Posts: 39
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,603.60
RE: Recovery day?
1 Apr '19
I knew it would hit £16, like clockwork.
AvatarIII
Posts: 39
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,586.40
RE: Recovery day?
28 Mar '19
Exactly Flatnose! I work for them too and yeah they are pretty reliable.
Flatnose27
Posts: 1
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,589.60
RE: Recovery day?
28 Mar '19
The thing I like about GSK shares , (apart from the fact that I work for them and get free ones every month for the last 28 years) and the dividend, is that they are so reliable ( boring?) And predictable . They always seem to stagger slowly up to around 1650 to 1700 throughout the year. Then immediately plummet down to around 1400 ish, maybe less, around Oct / Jan . Then the process starts again.
Dartron
Posts: 14
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,589.40
RE: Recovery day?
28 Mar '19
Good for you. My investment is from my pension, so if I sell, I would have to invest in something else.
AvatarIII
Posts: 39
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,587.80
RE: Recovery day?
28 Mar '19
I just sold at 1584, I only sold a small number of shares compared with my total holding (sold ~180, still have over 1000).

The money is going to go towards summer holidays and home improvements.
Dartron
Posts: 14
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,583.20
RE: Recovery day?
28 Mar '19
Question is, what would you do with the money? I could sell mine, but GSK is offering me good income and diversification, and some buffering compared to other knee jerk shares. I put quite a high value on mine. next div in little over a month.
AvatarIII
Posts: 39
Opinion:Weak Sell
Price:1,583.20
RE: Recovery day?
28 Mar '19
I know i said 1580 was my selling point on 28th Feb, but these last few days make me think it might hit 1600. decisions decisions!
Becomingpoor
Posts: 370
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,555.00
RE: Divedend Reinvestment
24 Mar '19
Hargreaves invest divi money between 11th and 18th of the following month. Therefore if Gsk pay divi on 4th April it will get invested between 11th and 18th.

Sometimes a bit annoying because if the divi is paid on 15th for example HL will wait to following month but you can always turn to cash and do it yourself although charges higher
driftking27
Posts: 1,450
Opinion:Buy
Price:1,567.40
RE: Divedend Reinvestment
22 Mar '19
turfmoor
Posts: 54
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,566.60
RE: Divedend Reinvestment
22 Mar '19
Thanks for that.
LordAdam
Posts: 628
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,565.20
RE: Divedend Reinvestment
22 Mar '19
It's when they get around to it ... although it will never be earlier than the payment date. Usually they lump all the reinvestments together and do a bulk purchase in the market as soon as is reasonably possible after the money comes through. The reason behind that is that they are then not liable for making a discretionary decision about timing which might go against you leading to a claim that they acted incorrectly. If you are lucky they then split the costs across everyone and you get an advantage in terms of trading costs. However, the market makers know what is going to happen and could manipulate the price on payment day or stock pile stock ready for it.

Mike
turfmoor
Posts: 54
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,566.00
Divedend Reinvestment
22 Mar '19
Taken this option with GSK via HL.. I still dont understand on which date the shares are purchased. Is it x date, payment date or whenever they get round to it!
father_jack
Posts: 355
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,548.80
RE: Tracker Broken
21 Mar '19
Indeed you are correct, best having ADVFN open too, 1549 now
AvatarIII
Posts: 39
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,546.80
Tracker Broken
21 Mar '19
is it just me or does the tracker on this site say 1525 when the share price has actually shot up to 1547? I hope people aren't relying on this tracker to check the price.
Twonko
Posts: 533
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,539.80
Save me
21 Mar '19
Wish the SP wasn’t driven by currency as much as by results. It complicates things too much for my uncomplicated brain, especially with our elected dunces making such a hatstand of Europe.
Dinoken
Posts: 740
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,503.20
Tesaro pay back
19 Mar '19
Good test results from Tesaro today. Maybe the purchase price was not as exorbitant as first thought.
driftking27
Posts: 1,450
Opinion:Weak Buy
Price:1,501.60
GSK v FTSE
17 Mar '19
The main thing here, is GSK is cheaper than both FTSE100(18times earnings) & FTSE250 (28 times earnings)

https://www.gsk.com/media/5287/fy-2018-results-announcement.pdf




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