Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Transense Tech. LSE:TRT London Ordinary Share GB0009360198 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% 2.125p 2.00p 2.25p 2.125p 2.125p 2.125p 803,467 07:47:57
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Automobiles & Parts 5.1 1.6 0.3 8.2 10.04

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29/9/2016
09:20
Transense Technologies Daily Update: Transense Tech. is listed in the Automobiles & Parts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TRT. The last closing price for Transense Technologies was 2.13p.
Transense Tech. has a 4 week average price of 2.23p and a 12 week average price of 1.76p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.93p.
There are currently 472,314,428 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 505,762 shares. The market capitalisation of Transense Tech. is £10,036,681.60.
23/9/2016
09:57
major courtenay: Fair point DT. Maybe I'm thinking that because our products have already been used for many years, I would have expected a technological tipping point to have occurred by now. BTW, when I say single figure rises, I mean multiples of current share price. So I do think we could see three or five times current share price in two or three years, but I doubt we'll see 15 or 20 times. So maybe I am optimistic, but just not of seeing a return to the early days of stratospheric prices.
22/9/2016
17:57
greedfear: Going to vote against consolidation. Turns against investors 90% of the time. Directors love it though, it kind of covers up an abominable share price performance and it's cooler to be a director of a listed company not acting in the penny share league. It's not for "us" it's purely for "them". If they take good care of the business the share price takes care of itself.
22/9/2016
15:39
glavey: gnnmartin, "The board think there are a number of institutions and wealthy individuals who will just not touch penny shares, so a share price above 50p could help pull in more investors. Consolidation is likely to reduce the spread too, which will help encourage buyers." Look back and you will see TRT wasn't always a 'penny share'. In fact it's only become one relatively recently in its history. By the same 'board logic' that suggests the institutions and wealthy investors all sold down and left, doesn't it? Even assuming a consolidation would attract them back, that could repeat (unless TRT can create some significant and consistant y/y growth and I don't think we are there yet). Consolidation does not reduce the spread; traded volume (liquidity) and risk factor does.
22/9/2016
08:20
gnnmartin: Some discussion of the consolidation at the meeting, but not of the ratio. I agree that you have to trust the board, and anyhow I see this as having very little significance. The board think there are a number of institutions and wealthy individuals who will just not touch penny shares, so a share price above 50p could help pull in more investors. Consolidation is likely to reduce the spread too, which will help encourage buyers. One strong critic at the meeting said that it would be harder to get the shares to double from 100p than from 2p. To the extent that this is true, it reflects the fact that penny shares are more volatile. It is also easier to get the shares to halve at 2p than at 100p. Overall, I don't much care one way or the other. In the medium term, the company's earnings are going to dictate the share price.
22/9/2016
00:17
timbo003: I only hold EIS shares acquired in the last placing and I'm mildly positive about the consolidation. I certainly do not believe that the share price is likely to fall as a result of the consolidation, it is just as likely to rise as it is to fall. Irrespective of whether I think the share price is going to rise or fall, I am unable to sell and buy back (or buy more and then sell) during the three year holding period as the "first in first out" rule applies for EIS qualifying shares. The only exception would be if I held additional TRT shares in a wrapper such as a SIPP.
25/8/2016
10:30
magpie59: From "Directors' Talk": Time to Reconsider Transense Technologies plc After Reaching 52-Week High Transense Technologies plc (LON:TRT) hit a new 52-week high and has GBX 6.32 target or 198.00% above today’s GBX 2.12 share price. The 8 months bullish chart indicates low risk for the GBX 10.53M company. If the GBX 6.32 price target is reached, the company will be worth GBX 20.85M more. The 52-week high event is an important milestone for every stock because it shows very positive momentum and is time when buyers come in. During such notable technical setup, fundamental investors usually stay away and are careful shorting or selling the stock. The stock increased 13.33% or GBX 0.25 on August 24, hitting GBX 2.12. About 2.98 million shares traded hands or 195.05% up from the average. Transense Technologies plc (LON:TRT) has risen 77.08% since January 26, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 59.47% the S&P500.
18/7/2016
23:18
sojourno: http://www.thecsuite.co.uk/CFO/finance/583-transense-technologies-signs-saw-deal-with-general-electric-trt-climbs-over-50 Transense Technologies plc (LON:TRT) is the biggest climber in the FTSE 100 on Monday, as share price climbs over 50% intraday. ...FTSE 100! Ha Ha!
18/7/2016
13:35
sojourno: Sojourno - 05 Mar 2016 - 18:40:50 - 8207 of 8470 I had to look it up and re-do the calcs, but it didn't take long:- First, for reference:- Shares in issue pre-bishop: 56,868,166 Shares in issue today: 472,314,428 Dilution factor of 8.30543 Which means we're at the old price of 16.62p Here's the post I wrote 22nd May 2013 on the topic, for comparison http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=27717786&from=2025#firstpost "If net earnings were at breakeven at £6m then EPS would be 3p and at an share price of 40p the PE ratio would be about 13. A PE looking towards a bright future for a growth Co could be 40, which would give a share price of 120p (PE of 26 about 80p)." Firstly we have cash (last published) of 4.6m = 0.97p, call it 1p. (per share) If net earnings were £4.723m (putting us above breakeven) that would be EPS of 1p and a current PE ratio of 2. We should be ten times that, if short term growth is believed to be exponential (and it is) then a PE of 30 or 40 is more appropriate. So 30p is not unreasonable once a profit of a few million is realised. 30p would be a pre-bish price of about £2:40, which is what e-tyre2 was expected to take us to in it's first year. I think many of us here would have the burden lifted, so to speak, at iro 20p, which is where we probably should be once short term viability without further considerable dilution is confirmed.
22/1/2015
01:42
spherical globe: KenOne 21 Jan'15 - 09:53 - 5602 of 5624 0 0 500,000 at 2.495 on ISDX. Asuume that is a buy. Someone is confident that all is OK. Makes me feel a little better ! That was my buy. I haven't had any contact with the board since the last placing so can't offer any "inside" info to support my buy. I'd like to see the share price lower as I'm still acquiring. But another couple of 0.5m buys will push me over the statutory disclosure limit. And that I'm trying to avoid. bitterchav 21 Jan'15 - 23:00 - 5620 of 5624 0 0 how to spot a placing That's a very good guide. But the only person I know of that's recently ramped the TRT share price in the media ahead of a placing is me. And that was over 7 years ago. The old board (pre-2008) did ramping all the time. The new board do tend to issue multiple "good news" RNS announcements immediately ahead of placings. The current lack thereof suggests no imminent placing.
18/10/2013
18:20
penrynner: Well there is a raging bull market which includes small company stocks and yet the TRT share price is moribund....or worse. Do the directors not know that you raise large sums of money when the share price is buoyant? This crew have killed the share price. The last AGM of the old regime was notable for the shifty body language of the directors. This time it would seem that the body language was restrained, deflated even. A rising tide floats all boats but not this one it would seem. Easy to make money in this market.... unless you have too much in TRT.
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