Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Telephonetics Plc LSE:TPH London Ordinary Share GB00B0391S84 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 8.75p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 10.5 0.4 0.3 26.5 9.86

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01/6/2010
15:38
kombimatec: Netcall have a placing at 19p to cover the purchase. A huge premium over their current share price. That says it all I think.
13/1/2010
12:26
oilforex: Lol LBO. LBO - 3 Aug'05 - 11:06 - 1 of 879 All thats happend since your first post is the share price has gone down from 40p to 6.5p So I did have one thought... not a great investment! :-)
24/4/2009
21:34
lbo: Junior market pins liquidity hopes on VCT changes By Philip Stafford http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/db06a3a2-2ae6-11de-8415-00144feabdc0.html Published: April 17 2009 03:00 | Last updated: April 17 2009 03:00 Two weeks ago the share price of EG Solutions, a small software company based in the Midlands, rose more than 80 per cent in a single day. There was little volume behind the buying and after investigation with its brokers, the company told the market it knew of no reason for the rise, leaving the mystery unresolved. One possible explanation came from the Advfn bulletin board, with one poster saying: "Just had to pay through the nose for these. No stock out there." This isn't an isolated incident but it illustrates a more fundamental problem, that of liquidity on London's junior market. EG Solutions was a more extreme case, where a share purchase of about £6,000 resulted in an 80 per cent rise in the share price and more than £2m being put on the company's market capitalisation. Vocal executives regularly complain that it cannot be right that their company's market capitalisation rises and falls out of all proportion to the volumes of shares traded.
23/3/2009
11:01
lbo: WHY ARE YOU HIDING FROM THE QUESTIONS RADCALHARDIN?? LBO - 23 Mar'09 - 09:40 - 695 of 695 edit Can you also explain why you changed your post making accusations against Brewin Dolphin? REMEMBER THEY AND I HAVE THE ORIGINAL POST ON EMAIL! Can you also explain why you deleted posts? rascalhardin - 18 Mar'09 - 07:21 - 627 of 694 2t/John, Let me think...WTV is a specialist in the field of investor relations. They make most of their money from webcasting company results to the shareholders of much larger companies and by giving them IR advice. Sadly I cannot recommend them as Mike Neville was once Chairman. While Neville was Chairman of WTV, he disposed of a Swedish subsidiary called Kamera to some anonymous "high profile investors". When disposed of, Kamera was sold for thousands, however three years later, the anonymous investors sold the company for millions, thereby making a nice little earner at the expense of WTV shareholders. The current management of WTV, who like Neville have a very poor record of failed companies, have refused to provide shareholders with the names of these investors. So no, I cannot say I recommend WTV. Due in part to Mike Neville's input, they are now delisted and their shares are virtually untradeable. WTV has zero credibility as everyone knows that they are the worst hypocrites imaginable when it comes to shareholder accountability. A glance at the accounts of their subsidiaries shows that they have not been drafted with the object of keeping investors informed. Indeed, it is virtually impossible to disentangle the various figures shown in the accounts. WTV Directors refuse to answer reasonable questions about these accounts, as do the Auditors, a company called Brewin Dolphin. Isn't it Brewin Dolphin who have issued a "buy" broker's note for tph? Reminds me of the days when they issued lots of "buy" notes for WTV. Sadly this did not prevent the share price falling, then when the company diluted the shares and delisted from AIM, WTV shares became virtually worthless. That is brokers for you, I suppose! Makes you look at the current "buy" recommendation for TPH from Brewin Dolphin in a different light though. In view of the numerous subsidiaries which WTV has, it makes you wonder if TPH has any subsidiaries that can be sold off by Neville? If so, you can be sure, based upon Neville's record, that TPH investors will not benefit. Some anonymous investors could, though! As stated earlier, Neville does not have that many TPH shares compared to the other Directors. LBO - 18 Mar'09 - 10:52 - 628 of 694 edit Ok thanks Rascalhardin! I have copied your post and emailed it to Brewin Dolphin and lets see how they respond. Would you like to put it in writing aswell? info@brewin.co.uk rascalhardin - 18 Mar'09 - 11:01 - 629 of 694 All fact, LBO. Sadly. Are you close to Brewin Dolphin? rascalhardin - 18 Mar'09 - 11:01 - 630 of 694 .
23/3/2009
09:40
lbo: Can you also explain why you changed your post making accusations against Brewin Dolphin? REMEMBER THEY AND I HAVE THE ORIGINAL POST ON EMAIL! Can you also explain why you deleted posts? rascalhardin - 18 Mar'09 - 07:21 - 627 of 694 2t/John, Let me think...WTV is a specialist in the field of investor relations. They make most of their money from webcasting company results to the shareholders of much larger companies and by giving them IR advice. Sadly I cannot recommend them as Mike Neville was once Chairman. While Neville was Chairman of WTV, he disposed of a Swedish subsidiary called Kamera to some anonymous "high profile investors". When disposed of, Kamera was sold for thousands, however three years later, the anonymous investors sold the company for millions, thereby making a nice little earner at the expense of WTV shareholders. The current management of WTV, who like Neville have a very poor record of failed companies, have refused to provide shareholders with the names of these investors. So no, I cannot say I recommend WTV. Due in part to Mike Neville's input, they are now delisted and their shares are virtually untradeable. WTV has zero credibility as everyone knows that they are the worst hypocrites imaginable when it comes to shareholder accountability. A glance at the accounts of their subsidiaries shows that they have not been drafted with the object of keeping investors informed. Indeed, it is virtually impossible to disentangle the various figures shown in the accounts. WTV Directors refuse to answer reasonable questions about these accounts, as do the Auditors, a company called Brewin Dolphin. Isn't it Brewin Dolphin who have issued a "buy" broker's note for tph? Reminds me of the days when they issued lots of "buy" notes for WTV. Sadly this did not prevent the share price falling, then when the company diluted the shares and delisted from AIM, WTV shares became virtually worthless. That is brokers for you, I suppose! Makes you look at the current "buy" recommendation for TPH from Brewin Dolphin in a different light though. In view of the numerous subsidiaries which WTV has, it makes you wonder if TPH has any subsidiaries that can be sold off by Neville? If so, you can be sure, based upon Neville's record, that TPH investors will not benefit. Some anonymous investors could, though! As stated earlier, Neville does not have that many TPH shares compared to the other Directors. LBO - 18 Mar'09 - 10:52 - 628 of 694 edit Ok thanks Rascalhardin! I have copied your post and emailed it to Brewin Dolphin and lets see how they respond. Would you like to put it in writing aswell? info@brewin.co.uk rascalhardin - 18 Mar'09 - 11:01 - 629 of 694 All fact, LBO. Sadly. Are you close to Brewin Dolphin? rascalhardin - 18 Mar'09 - 11:01 - 630 of 694 .
18/3/2009
07:21
rascalhardin: 2t/John, Let me think...WTV is a specialist in the field of investor relations. They make most of their money from webcasting company results to the shareholders of much larger companies and by giving them IR advice. Sadly I cannot recommend them as Mike Neville was once Chairman. While Neville was Chairman of WTV, he disposed of a Swedish subsidiary called Kamera to some anonymous "high profile investors". When disposed of, Kamera was sold for thousands, however three years later, the anonymous investors sold the company for millions, thereby making a nice little earner at the expense of WTV shareholders. The current management of WTV, who like Neville have a very poor record of failed companies, have refused to provide shareholders with the names of these investors. So no, I cannot say I recommend WTV. Due in part to Mike Neville's input, they are now delisted and their shares are virtually untradeable. WTV has zero credibility as everyone knows that they are the worst hypocrites imaginable when it comes to shareholder accountability. A glance at the accounts of their subsidiaries shows that they have not been drafted with the object of keeping investors informed. Indeed, it is virtually impossible to disentangle the various figures shown in the accounts. WTV Directors refuse to answer reasonable questions about these accounts, as do the Auditors, a company called Brewin Dolphin. Isn't it Brewin Dolphin who have issued a "buy" broker's note for tph? Reminds me of the days when they issued lots of "buy" notes for WTV. Sadly this did not prevent the share price falling, then when the company diluted the shares and delisted from AIM, WTV shares became virtually worthless. That is brokers for you, I suppose! Makes you look at the current "buy" recommendation for TPH from Brewin Dolphin in a different light though. In view of the numerous subsidiaries which WTV has, it makes you wonder if TPH has any subsidiaries that can be sold off by Neville? If so, you can be sure, based upon Neville's record, that TPH investors will not benefit. Some anonymous investors could, though! As stated earlier, Neville does not have that many TPH shares compared to the other Directors.
14/3/2009
17:14
rascalhardin: Mike Neville's record as a Director is truly apalling. There is a common theme on almost all of the companies that Mike Neville has worked for. The share price has fallen. In most cases to zero. Brewin Dolphin issued loads of broker's Notes advising investors to buy WTV shares. Look where they are now. Diluted and delisted from AIM, with the help of Brewin Dolphin. Virtually impossible to trade their shares now. WTV shareholders like myself may have effectively lost our investment, however TPH investors have the chance to get out now. Before the inevitable happens. And yes, I can produce evidence to support the above. I have in my possession a list of Mike Neville's directorships which I have obtained from companies house. These records and others can be obtained from credit search agencies such as creditgate and are available to individuals for a small fee. I would be happy to post it here, if requested. Ultimately, the outcome of an investment depends upon the people who run the business and their record elsewhere, not technology or the demand for that technology.
27/8/2008
10:38
lbo: Well if thats the case then why are you showing so much interest and time on here? I also think that if TPH was to be acquired it will be at a significant premium to its current share price and thats the only way it will be sold otherwise the strategy that you can't see unfolding will continue IMHO. But either way I expect not to see you here as you dont see any upside! LOL
25/2/2008
14:16
nickelmer: I am not a holder of TPH, and am scared that as soon as they get a decent share price move up, they will announce a rights issue to fund a takeover of ECK but they seem to be moving the TPH price now yes
17/6/2007
05:46
hybrasil: LBO Eck s results are out tomorrow. Why is the tph share price spending so much time in the doldrums
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