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ING Groep N.V. (ING)

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  • r
    robinfamily
    This is a solid company. Not paying any dividends for the last year only builds up its solid capital. When the pandemic comes to a close or manageable element in Europe and the economy bounces back, you will see this stock in the solid 20's, and then move, finally, higher.
  • H
    Hans
    I'm hoping that we are able to maintain a foothold and stabilize the share price in the $13 range. The 12 cent dividend in March and the larger dividend 5 months from now are encouraging signs that ING in on the move upwards. If we're at $13 now where will we be as Europe starts to gain control of the pandemic?
  • J
    Jose theo
    It’s going to get a new 52 week high!!! Boooooom!!!
  • H
    Harold
    $SING conversation
    This is a very positive news for singlepoint!, its just a matter of time and we can all $ING AND DANCE and ride along with the upward trend!!!!
    Bullish
  • H
    Hans
    Well we climbed through the $12 barrier somewhat faster than I anticipated and if this continues the $13 range might just be around the corner sooner than later. I noticed that ING is nominating Lodewijk Hijmans van den Bergh as a member of the Supervisory Board ING...........longest name gets the appointment?
  • H
    Hans
    Got a nice dividend and the share price should be crossing into the $12 range any time now. We're (ING) on the road to recovery, enjoy the ride.
  • H
    Hans
    Surprise, we took two steps ahead and with the results in the annual report we get to step back one step. It will take longer but we should get back to the climb up.
  • A
    Allen
    The 2020 annual report was published yesterday. I haven't review it, but did look at EPS. Their new policy is to pay 50% of sustainable net income as a dividend or stock buyback. Their 2020 $EPS is $.77, and that would be about a $.38/share dividend. But it's interesting to also look at their 2019 EPS. It was $1.35, so the 50% dividend would be about $.68. Not such a high yield if you bought in the last week or two, but pretty great if you bought when the price was $6 to $8 back in 2020, and super if you happened to buy at their 2020 low, which was $4.70/share.
  • b
    bob
    Guys if you are looking for a realistic price target for ING, check this out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyS8Y1krNE8
    ING Price Target
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  • D
    Dirk
    Good day! Looking forward to crossing the 10!
    Bullish
  • j
    james
    How does this have a 42billion market cap? And why wouldn’t the share price be higher? I’m just trying to understand. Doesn’t make sense to me. Thank you for any info
  • B
    Bunny
    1.6 billions Euro profits is very good. Strong reported result with revenue and income beat. Tier 1 capital at 14.5% is very strong. Transforming to service fees model and using its branch-less model are differentiated low cost bank in Euro.
  • H
    Hans
    We've witnessed a very nice progression in share price here over the past month, a difficult month at that so the future might be even brighter. Starting to feel like we're getting our footing back! Not an easy chore but I think we're on our way up.
  • f
    fred
    Dont forget the $1,5 dividend per share in oktober 2021.
  • K
    Ken
    $SING conversation
    I think the anticipation of the commercial/app release next week (I say next week because I think $ING would want their product out prior to presenting at the NIBA) is going to cause the price to jump today. That's just an assumption though...
  • A
    Alexander
    i am sure the employees must be thrilled with their company stock as most have been putting it into their retirement accounts; NOT
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    ING reached a new 52 Week Low at 16.05
  • A
    Anonymous
    If you read their 4Q report, they say they will pay a 12 eurocent interim dividend after publication of results, and then "We intend to distribute the remaining amount reserved for the FY2020 distribution (#$%$0.27 per share) after September 30th 2021, subject to relevant approvals and prevailing ECBrecommendations" It's on page 21. That would be about a US 47 cent yearly dividend.
  • T
    THE_LAST_FISCAL_CONSERVATIVE
    looking good. marching up nicely to fair value ($14-16) then we wait for earnings.
  • r
    robinfamily
    It's possible, just possible, that we are returning to an element of reasonableness on ING. It has solid earnings, a pe of under 10, with some real growth prospects. As things settle down overseas, and the markets understand this stock is stable and financially secure, we may see a pe of over 15 become a realistic stable, justifying a price over 20, if not 30.