Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Triad Group LSE:TRD London Ordinary Share GB0009035741 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% 76.00p 74.00p 78.00p 76.00p 76.00p 76.00p 10,177.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 28.3 0.9 8.0 9.5 11.58

Triad Group (TRD) Latest News

Triad Group News

Date Time Source Headline
04/1/201709:08UKREGTriad Group Plc Total Voting Rights
01/12/201609:26UKREGTriad Group Plc Total Voting Rights
25/11/201608:49ALNCTriad Group's Strong Order Book Helps Boost First-Half Profit
25/11/201607:22ALNCFAlliance News Flash Headline
25/11/201607:00UKREGTriad Group Plc Half-year Report
05/10/201609:12UKREGTriad Group Plc Total Voting Rights
11/8/201608:49UKREGTriad Group Plc Result of AGM
01/8/201612:35UKREGTriad Group Plc Block Listing Application
15/7/201608:48UKREGTriad Group Plc Holding(s) in Company
13/7/201609:58UKREGTriad Group Plc Notice of AGM
More Triad Group News
Triad Group Takeover Rumours

Triad Group (TRD) Share Charts

1 Year Triad Group Chart

1 Year Triad Group Chart

1 Month Triad Group Chart

1 Month Triad Group Chart

Intraday Triad Group Chart

Intraday Triad Group Chart

Triad Group (TRD) Discussions and Chat

Triad Group (TRD) Most Recent Trades

No Trades
Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
View all Triad Group trades in real-time

Triad Group (TRD) Top Chat Posts

DateSubject
22/1/2017
08:20
Triad Group Daily Update: Triad Group is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TRD. The last closing price for Triad Group was 76p.
Triad Group has a 4 week average price of 77p and a 12 week average price of 62.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 89.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 21p.
There are currently 15,239,579 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 47,162 shares. The market capitalisation of Triad Group is £11,582,080.04.
16/1/2017
09:24
pj 1: whoever wants out isn't bothered about trashing the share price.
14/12/2016
07:00
netcurtains: ...all we know for relative certainty is Triad have made some good money relative to their share price. This coming year we probably get to hear what they are going to do with that money as well as, hopefully , make some more money to add to the pot. Will this share go up another 200% over the next 2 years? Obviously no one knows, but there is certainly some interesting blocks being laid for next year.
02/12/2016
22:04
s34icknote: 75 k sell at 59 p Might be the reason fir the slide in share price
24/9/2016
12:58
effiert: Paul scott mentions TRD as strikingly cheap in Junes Stockopedia hxxp://www.stockopedia.com/content/small-cap-value-report-13-jun-2016-fitb-watr-egs-trd-135317/ Triad (LON:TRD) Share price: 32.7p (up 29.4% today) No. shares: 15.1m Market cap: £4.9m Results, y/e 31 Mar 2016 - a reader has asked me to have a look at these figures. I must say, I'm impressed. This share looks very good value for a company that has just reported very good profit growth. If profits are sustainable, then I could see this share gaining another 50-100%. It's too small & illiquid for me, and I don't really want to buy anything new at the moment. Triad seems to be an IT consultancy, for both private & public sector clients. I'm not entirely clear what its activities are exactly. Key points: Turnover up 20.6% to £28.3m Operating profit up a very impressive 112% to £980k. Quite a slim profit margin though, at 3.5% of turnover. EPS is heavily boosted by a negative tax charge (as previous tax losses are brought back onto the balance sheet). So the jump in diluted EPS from 2.32p last time, to 7.72p this time, needs to be treated with caution. Balance sheet - looks OK overall. Debtors has risen a lot, as you would expect from the increase in turnover. There's negligible debt, and overall it seems to have net cash of about £0.9m - pretty good. Note the provisions for empty properties, which will be a cash outflow in due course. They don't capitalise development spend, which is a positive thing in my eyes. Outlook comments sound fairly good. Although presumably increasing headcount means increasing overheads? So maybe that might hit profits in the short term, possibly? Further to the progress achieved during the year we have started the new financial year with a strong order book and healthy pipeline of opportunities. Underpinning the Group's success will be our ability to develop new and existing accounts and deliver successful outcomes for our clients. In order to capitalise on the opportunities being developed efforts to strengthen our business model continue. A key aspect is the need to increase the headcount across the business. My opinion - overall this share looks strikingly cheap. Just £4.9m market cap, for a business that's just reported a profit of just under £1m. The key question is whether that profit is sustainable, or whether this was just a one-off bumper year for some reason? So more digging is needed I think. I've not found anything untoward in the figures - the accounts look clean to me, with real profit, and positive cashflow. Overall, it's probably too small & illiquid for me, but it certainly looks worthy of more research for any readers who delve into the really tiny end of the market. It would be interesting to meet the Directors, and better understand the business model, and strategy.
01/9/2016
08:08
photon: Good on you for being open about your buyback prices brando.. you would probably have got nearer your target if the share price rise was due to short term traders only, however it looks to me like someone is trying to accumulate and thus the retrace was shallower.FWIW it looks like fair value on last results would be 75-100p, but if they keep up the good work then the next half year figs could point us rather higher.
31/8/2016
13:38
ten bag man: The company had at the time a very high turnover and only required a tiny profit on that to see the shares rise. That profit ( growing ) has now shown up hence the share price rise. The listing was maintained so shareholders could make large profits.
17/6/2016
12:59
netcurtains: ps - the company report states they want to recruit people and perhaps offer them share bonus's. Since share bonus's often cannot be sold for three to five years, the company probably are thinking of an upward rise for the share price over the next few years. They will not want a load of day traders. They probably would like the share price to double but over 12 months not necessarily in one month! And also with a view that it might double again in another 12 months.
17/6/2016
09:19
interceptor2: Someone here did mention that the share price looked like it was being held back by a seller, looks like you are correct. http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/triad-group-TRD/share-news/Triad-Group-Plc-Holdings-in-Company/71758335 Liontrust Inv goes below 5% to 4.39%, 765,489 to 665,489. There has been healthy buying volume since results which has mopped up this overhang, must admit that I was surprised I could buy a position here between 29.75p to 33p, fully expected to pay at least 40p. Would like to increase my position further after the 23rd June referendum, so in a way it would be helpful if Liontrust haven't finished selling yet.
15/6/2016
06:35
black swans: Triad (TRD) is currently valued at £4.7m at a share price of 31p. The recent results show the business turnaround started some years ago is now paying off. For £4.9m you get turnover up 20.6% to £28.3m and operating profit up 112% to £980k. EPS includes a one off negative tax charge so the increase in diluted EPS of 7.72p is overstated. Realistically the PER is about 7. This is relatively low and if you include cash of around £1m and other assets of around £2m the PER is about 4.5. For the growth and assets you should probably be looking at a PER of between 15 and 20. This would give a share price of between 103p and 138p.
14/6/2016
11:06
effiert: Paul scott mentions TRD as strikingly cheap in yesterdays Stockopedia hxxp://www.stockopedia.com/content/small-cap-value-report-13-jun-2016-fitb-watr-egs-trd-135317/ Triad (LON:TRD) Share price: 32.7p (up 29.4% today) No. shares: 15.1m Market cap: £4.9m Results, y/e 31 Mar 2016 - a reader has asked me to have a look at these figures. I must say, I'm impressed. This share looks very good value for a company that has just reported very good profit growth. If profits are sustainable, then I could see this share gaining another 50-100%. It's too small & illiquid for me, and I don't really want to buy anything new at the moment. Triad seems to be an IT consultancy, for both private & public sector clients. I'm not entirely clear what its activities are exactly. Key points: Turnover up 20.6% to £28.3m Operating profit up a very impressive 112% to £980k. Quite a slim profit margin though, at 3.5% of turnover. EPS is heavily boosted by a negative tax charge (as previous tax losses are brought back onto the balance sheet). So the jump in diluted EPS from 2.32p last time, to 7.72p this time, needs to be treated with caution. Balance sheet - looks OK overall. Debtors has risen a lot, as you would expect from the increase in turnover. There's negligible debt, and overall it seems to have net cash of about £0.9m - pretty good. Note the provisions for empty properties, which will be a cash outflow in due course. They don't capitalise development spend, which is a positive thing in my eyes. Outlook comments sound fairly good. Although presumably increasing headcount means increasing overheads? So maybe that might hit profits in the short term, possibly? Further to the progress achieved during the year we have started the new financial year with a strong order book and healthy pipeline of opportunities. Underpinning the Group's success will be our ability to develop new and existing accounts and deliver successful outcomes for our clients. In order to capitalise on the opportunities being developed efforts to strengthen our business model continue. A key aspect is the need to increase the headcount across the business. My opinion - overall this share looks strikingly cheap. Just £4.9m market cap, for a business that's just reported a profit of just under £1m. The key question is whether that profit is sustainable, or whether this was just a one-off bumper year for some reason? So more digging is needed I think. I've not found anything untoward in the figures - the accounts look clean to me, with real profit, and positive cashflow. Overall, it's probably too small & illiquid for me, but it certainly looks worthy of more research for any readers who delve into the really tiny end of the market. It would be interesting to meet the Directors, and better understand the business model, and strategy. That's me done for today. See you tomorrow! Regards, Paul. (usual disclaimers apply)
Triad Group share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
Your Recent History
LSE
GKP
Gulf Keyst..
LSE
QPP
Quindell
FTSE
UKX
FTSE 100
LSE
IOF
Iofina
FX
GBPUSD
UK Sterlin..
Stocks you've viewed will appear in this box, letting you easily return to quotes you've seen previously.

Register now to create your own custom streaming stock watchlist.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P:42 V: D:20170122 16:25:43