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ING Groep N.V. (ING)

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10.87-0.22 (-1.98%)
At close: 4:00PM EST

11.11 +0.24 (2.21%)
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    bob
    Guys if you are looking for a realistic price target for ING, check this out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyS8Y1krNE8
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  • 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
  • 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.
  • H
    Hans
    Carola Holtz of Kepler Capital just set a new target price today for ING at $14.05. Let's hope he's onto something solid.
  • H
    Hans
    A sweeter sound to my ears couldn't have come today from Kepler Capital. Anna Maria Benassi who has an outstanding ranking of 868 out of 7329 and has recommended a buy ranking and a current target of $16.09 for ING. Sure adds to the confidence that ING is on some solid footing moving forward. And the dividends are just waiting to reward us. Good luck Longs!
  • j
    joey
    I enjoy seeing how this chat has had more activity lately. I’ve been and ING supporter for many years.

    Looking forward to a good day tomorrow and a continued rise for all.
  • J
    John Matthew
    Well, this train is leaving the station! I'm holding 13k shares and 5k options, this is an easy double, depending on the euro, buyback. Incidentally, this stock is probably the polar opposite of GME. I can't think of a more stable, less volatile and profitable company than ING.
  • T
    THE_LAST_FISCAL_CONSERVATIVE
    looking good. marching up nicely to fair value ($14-16) then we wait for earnings.
  • T
    THE_LAST_FISCAL_CONSERVATIVE
    I think $14-15 is in the cards with the new income report and dividend return.
  • J
    Jose theo
    This should gap up 15-20 bucks this year as the company has turn around ..profitability and dividends reinstatements will attract dividends etf as well as dividends investors.. back up the truck here!!!
  • H
    Hans
    $382 million more in profits than the analysts expected, a 12 cent dividend in March and another higher dividend in September......................more good news than I expected. This one is a keeper!
  • T
    THE_LAST_FISCAL_CONSERVATIVE
    With such a low valuation, are we a buyout candidate?
  • W
    Walter
    Every ADRs are subject to foreign tax withholding on dividends plus ADR holding bank charging $29.99 fees to holders of ADR shares. There are restrictions how much they can charge on ADR, however anyone has realized such fees, good to know for future investments.
  • A
    Anonymous
    ING reports 4Q 2020 results on February 12, publishes 2020 annual report on 11 March and holds their AGM on April 26. Should be some interesting news on divs coming up.
  • R
    Robby
    Buy buy buy strong buy!
  • i
    iscius
    Sold the house on April $7 puts in November. They were paying 20%. hope it closes at 6.99 on April 15th. I love this stock.
  • K
    Ken
    $SING conversation
    $ING had its run Friday. They’re now able to meet the NASDAQ with a 1-75 split (.016*75=$1.20) I wouldn’t get too excited about it running more. These guys saying $.15-$.30 are pumping hard!!!!
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    Fiscal__Conservative
    great news!
  • T
    Timothy
    There is misunderstanding from people Eversense CGM is more expensive then Dexcom or Abbott CGMs. Which is further from the truth. Let me explain to you my reasoning the costs to implant Eversense CGM is much cheaper. You must include the whole costs and the lifetime use of CGM. NOT just initial costs to insert CGM. Here is my reasoning: Medicare has just initiated coverage for Eversense XL implant for minor procedure required for CGM insertion. it is only 5 minutes procedure just like inserting Norplant hormone for female. However, Medicare is paying providers double the fees pay to Dexcom or Abbot. Why would Medicare who likes to cut costs would pay double to impant Eversense cgm??? To save costs. both Dexcom, Abbot and all external CGM require sensors being changed out every 7 to 10 days. if patients sweat, swim or get wet then more sensor changes must be done. Those Dexcom sensors are very very very expensive to change out each time. For Eversense since it is implan sensor, there is no additional costs after quick 5 minute procedur. It is sooo smart for Medicare to Pay double to
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    Hans
    What's holding us back?