Lse Review (October 2021)

Share prices, stock quotes, charts, trade history, share chat, financial news - london south east

Keep reading our in-depth review of Lse.


What do we know about London South East?

Estimated Revenue (2020)


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Information Services


Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom


London South East: Share Prices, Stock Quotes, Charts, Trade History, Share Chat, Financial News - London South East

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Alexa Ranking: 183703

What is London South East's Revenue?

London South East's estimated revenue for 2020 is $2.61M.

What does London South East do? is one of the UK's leading Share information websites for the Private Investor community. We offer: Level 2, Live Prices, Live RNS, Share Chat boards, and Member services including Portfolio and Watchlist. Other websites in the group: and

What are the monthly traffic metrics for Lse?

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How fast is Lse growing?

Lse has grown by 24.1% in the last 6 months according to SimilarWeb.

How do people interact with Lse?

Last month, Lse received 8M visitors who spent an average of 9.5 minutes on the website and visited 4.0 different pages per session. Overall, 39% of people bounce on the first visit.

How do people find Lse?

3.9M people (48%) visit Lse directly. 3.9M (48%) people search for them in Google. Whereas, 171.5k (2%) discover Lse through Facebook, Reddit, and YouTube. 119.3k (1%) visitors come from Lse's email newsletters. Finally, 2k (0.0%) people come from affiliates and or paid referrals.

Who uses Lse?

Lse's top market is the United Kingdom and they receive 7.5M (93.2%) people.
Then the 2nd is Netherlands with 76.2k (0.9%).
The 3rd is is Ireland with 58.2k (0.7%).

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What are the web statistics for

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63,259 /10,000,000



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Who are the competitors of

How do people find - 50%

What countries use

GB - 76.3

IN - 7.0

IQ - 6.0

Ranking Growth (last 3 months)

What technologies does Lse use?

What technologies does Lse use for its website?

Lse uses CloudFlare, Google Font API, Google Tag Manager, Highcharts, Slick,, Twitter, jQuery, reCAPTCHA, Node.js and more in their tech stack.


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What do Lse's customers say about them?

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Social Media with no conscience …

Reviewed on 2021-04-07T17:53:56

LSE is essentially a social media company based around investing in stock exchange companies. People are allowed to post whatever they want behind an anonymity wall. LSE do have some form of moderation but it doesn’t stop people posting defamatory or libellous posts about people. I asked Phil Thomas the chief exec and owner along with his wife about this and he said “I don’t get involved in these sort of things I’m afraid” - I don’t think I have ever seen a more irresponsible response from a company director, if he can’t be bothered why would any of his staff be? I see that LSE already have a low rating on trustpilot and my experience shows why. Don’t get involved with them, they are a social media company in all but name but take absolutely no responsibility for libellous posts. We don’t need companies like this, we can’t possibly benefit from companies like this so just avoid them

Factually Correct

Joke site.Joke staff.Don't spend a penny for any service.

Reviewed on 2021-03-24T16:52:53

Joke site. Joke staff. Don't visit site and don't spend a penny. This site is like the previous poster advised broken. They have staff who can not be bothered fixing any issues. People who post on the boards also have preference over others. In all honesty the site seems very underhanded. When challenged the staff "play dumb"

Mr. P Littleton

A great free source of information on shares

Reviewed on 2021-03-03T16:37:18

I have used the LSE Forum for nearly 8 years and yes, there are lots of rampers, certainly on the most volatile stocks, as there is on any shares’ forum. They are easy to spot, laugh at and ignore. The information that LSE provide on individual shares is as good as you’ll get in most other places and it’s free. On the odd occasion their Website does go down, but so do many other similar sites. Overall I am more than happy with LSE, hence the 5 Stars, and still use them more than any other site for information about shares. I also find it much more user friendly than ADVFN and it is one of the few places that you can still view recent trades, albeit 15 minutes delayed unless you pay the extra fee.


Lack of investment in website = broken company

Reviewed on 2020-11-17T09:29:56

Just warning folks not to spend any money with this company - their website has been slow and broken for years, clearly a lack on investment in back end systems is to blame. As of the last few weeks the chat part of the site is largely down during trading hours. When it is working it is mostly populated by teams of rampers promoting poor stocks to unwary site visitors, there appears to be no active admin to deal with this, so one has to wonder the implications of supporting this behaviour.... I am closing my account with them today

gareth evans

If I could put zero stars I would!

Reviewed on 2020-11-10T12:31:35

If I could put zero stars I would!! The site is always down absolute joke

stu lawrenson

Absolutely awful

Reviewed on 2020-11-09T17:25:20

The worst performing website in the entire world by an absolute country mile. It always seems to have some kind of issue 52 weeks of the year and is offline far to often with some kind of glitch and it is a complete and utter farce. ( the bulletin board is down yet again today !!! as i write this ) The place is totally awash with trolls, ( all using multiple accounts ) who post complete garbage on most of the share chat and the whole thing is policed by the worst administration team in history. Price information on buys and sells is often wrong and the whole thing is truly appalling. You should, without a shadow of a doubt, be allowed to award minus stars for sh1te like this.

Stephen Carter

Site often down, useless

Reviewed on 2020-11-03T08:26:18

Site often down, sometimes the data is inaccurate or just doesn't work. Avoid like the plague


Cheap for a reason.

Reviewed on 2020-08-07T14:38:18

The website data is suspect at times, missing updates and RNS is commonplace. Share trade volume is often wrong, and live data often goes down, as well as the entire website. The boards are rife with rampers spouting nonsense, as well as any negative and honest commentary about companies and share prices being removed at the behest of companies, appears to be geared solely towards promoting and pushing up stock prices. It is the cheapest around for live and level 2 data but often unusable.