Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tandem Group LSE:TND London Ordinary Share GB00B460T373 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 100.00p 95.00p 105.00p 100.00p 100.00p 100.00p 801.00 07:54:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Leisure Goods 34.4 1.0 21.3 4.7 4.70

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10/12/2016
08:20
Tandem Group Daily Update: Tandem Group is listed in the Leisure Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TND. The last closing price for Tandem Group was 100p.
Tandem Group has a 4 week average price of 102.50p and a 12 week average price of 103.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 202.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 97.50p.
There are currently 4,699,754 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 118 shares. The market capitalisation of Tandem Group is £4,699,754.
30/9/2016
07:57
castleford tiger: Still cannot buy meaningful amounts this morning. Ask how a significant increase in net assets are shrunk to a small profit? Sales up a large chunk in second half. Clever but as shareholders we either get a chunky yield or growth in the share price. Any sellers out there at mid price let me know. Full review later tiger
20/4/2016
08:26
castleford tiger: So we may have some more questions for the AGM. We ( the BOD) destroy the share price 200p to 100p and then we grant options based on the new price 127p 9 yesterday) That's not fair and I shall say so. tiger
19/4/2016
08:01
amt: Better prospects than appeared to be the case a few weeks back. Seems share price fall was without much foundation. A very good income share now also so I can afford to sit back and take a good income and potential for a big capital gain also.
09/3/2016
18:55
castleford tiger: Interesting comment on todays thread from a few posters. Some observations, if the lack of a promotional contract with a large retailer has so little value then why an earth are they warning on that - for fun? ARE THEY WARNING? OR JUST SAYING REVENUE MAY FALL AGAIN. IT HAS LAST YEAR BUT PROFITS ARE UP. They are saying their bread and butter cycle sector is a) saturated and b) competitive - either this means margins are going to fall significantly in this sector or again they are saying this - for fun !! (Unlikely) THE MARKET HAS BEEN THE SAME FOR THE LAST 3 YEARS READ THEIR T/S QUOTE Revenue was approximately 4% behind the prior year. Despite a strong performance from our corporate bicycles division including a significant promotional contract with a large national supermarket during the year, independent cycle dealer business continued to be challenging. This was the first full year of Pro Rider mobility products which made a solid contribution. Notwithstanding the decline in revenue, profitability was ahead of last year, enabled by careful margin management and control of overheads.END QUOTE The coding for the duty is a big problem that can easily blow up - the fact of the matter is that they bought this bolt on as a going concern with 100% of the shareholding, the reality of this means they now own 100% of HM Revenues liabilities going back forever ! there is no get out of jail card for this, this is law and fact !! AS THEY SAY THEY WOULD RECOVER ANY LOSS FROM THE VENDORS. I DO NOT SEE THIS BEING A PROBLEM There was a sliver lining in that revenue seems to have increased yoy however this means very little against a backdrop of decreasing margins. OTHERWAY ROUND. THEY ARE SAYING. ALSO DONT GET HUNG UP ON THE OTHER DIVISION THEY HAVE TAKEN A LOAD OF COSTS OUT BEFORE IT SHOWS A REDUCTION QUOTE............ Despite strong revenue performance, profitability was behind the prior year partly attributable to margin pressure and also to the investment in our direct to consumer operations including relocation and integration costs END QUOTE All in all, I would say there is significant risk here and I rather suspect it (as well as today's share price action) foreshadows what may well lay ahead. THE P/E IS UNDER 4 ?????? One last thought and it rings true so often - profit warnings tend to come in threes. MY VIEW IS THAT THEY WILL BE GRANTING OPTIONS. LETS SEE EH BUT I AM STILL GOING FOR EPS 50P IN CURRENT YEAR FOR A P/E OF 2.5 TIMES. TIGER
09/3/2016
18:37
my retirement fund: Interesting comment on todays thread from a few posters. Some observations, if the lack of a promotional contract with a large retailer has so little value then why an earth are they warning on that - for fun? They are saying their bread and butter cycle sector is a) saturated and b) competitive - either this means margins are going to fall significantly in this sector or again they are saying this - for fun !! (Unlikely) The coding for the duty is a big problem that can easily blow up - the fact of the matter is that they bought this bolt on as a going concern with 100% of the shareholding, the reality of this means they now own 100% of HM Revenues liabilities going back forever ! there is no get out of jail card for this, this is law and fact !! There was a sliver lining in that revenue seems to have increased yoy however this means very little against a backdrop of decreasing margins. All in all, I would say there is significant risk here and I rather suspect it (as well as today's share price action) foreshadows what may well lay ahead. One last thought and it rings true so often - profit warnings tend to come in threes.
15/4/2015
10:38
davidosh: If you remove the resources and mining minnows from AIM and avoid the ridiculous overseas listings on AIM from China and the like then the AIM market was the best performing of all the indices last year. It is all about careful selection....my AIM family firms portfolio was up over 20% plus very healthy dividends and I have had some huge successes on AIM such as Crawshaws CRAW the butcher who had a great deal announced today. Check the share price two years ago when I first picked them up. Now that is a butcher delivering not an oil explorer !! My event next week will be great for those wanting to learn www.melloevents.com/mello-workshop/
10/6/2014
13:19
graham1ty: Two shareholders only. I have become more critical of the Board and I think that was reflected in the tone of the meeting. I had pointed out that revenue is still down on 2012. Obviously no answers on profitability so 1H will come out probably just profitable, then we are down to the usual lottery of dollar and weather. They are capable of profit, but as last spring showed, also sudden losses. They have no intention of engaging proactively with shareholders, and no intention of promoting the Company. There will be no research and no forecasts. Seem paranoid about trolls and ramps ( scarred by AB experience ?). Where AB was absolutely right is that they appear still to be devoid of ideas. There might be an acquisition ( there seem to be a few more things to look at) but they have been saying that for five years....and earlier acquisition history hardly inspires confidence. The fact they have survived the recessions seems good enough. There is no sense of frustration at being "undervalued", no sense of being under "rated". They might remain a £5m Market cap company in 5 years time for all I see. They seem happy that the shares are up from 80p to 120p. And, if u chose that period, is better. However, three years ago the price 110p, and ten years ago adjusted for the consolidation, they were 140p. So, after today, making a bit of money, but only off the lows. On presentations, there was a comment that one off "snapshot" presentations are a waste of time and may actually mislead. I pointed out that their presentation of c5 years ago had five aims. Higher share price ( failed); higher profit (failed); higher net assets (failed); better communication with shareholders (failed); consistent divi ( horay) In conclusion, as last year I said: " if I am going to remain a shareholder, excite me". The answer was " well, we have not got anything to say". How depressing PS Jim, Mervyn, I know u will have read this by the time I get home. Email me if u want...
09/6/2014
21:36
amt: A broker note may have a temporary impact on the share price but in general its pointless. Best just to let the share price take care of itself as it will over the long term. What can a broker tell us that we don't already know, nothing, complete waste of money and worse a waste of management time. Look what happened last time there was external interference, the share price rose, the company bought back shares as a relatively high price and the share price fell back later on. Net result bad for the share price. If the shares stay undervalued the company can buy back shares at these levels and then when there have been a string of good financials the share price will go up even more.
28/4/2014
09:03
simon templar qc: amt So am I surprised the share price seems to have staled but its a lack of news rather than anything else. I suspect the next bit of news will push up the share price higher. By the way what are the new rules on stamp duty is it all share purchases regardless of cost?
28/10/2013
13:52
davidosh: I do not think we should be arguing amongst ourselves and naturally I would not be surprised if some shareholders saw the share price double in quick time as they did two years ago then no doubt after ten years invested and nothing happening they decide selling some is sensible portfolio and risk management. The debate for me is firstly as highlighted....What is the fair reward for the directors in a company where the performance over ten years has been far below the average on the Aim market and where the market cap is significantly below the average and in fact in the lowest 10%. I would argue that remuneration could be half the level it is to be more in line with what is desirable and fair which in turn would make the company far more profitable and the share price likely twice the level it is now. The directors could then take their reward via share purchases and options ! Whilst commenting on the share price...I do not think it was a good use of shareholder funds to buy the shares of just one shareholder at the price of £1.40 when the share price had never traded at that level at any point in the last decade but had clearly moved up on the share purchases of that same individual. If the company had provided a tender offer at that level then I suspect every holder except the directors would have accepted £1.40 as the price for their exit after ten years hard labour which in itself suggests it was too high !
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