Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tricor Plc LSE:TRIC London Ordinary Share GB00B79BCZ12 ORD 0.001P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.30p 0.20p 0.40p 0.30p 0.30p 0.30p 330,146 07:59:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Fixed Line Telecommunications 0.0 -2.2 -1.3 - 0.55

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Tricor Daily Update: Tricor Plc is listed in the Fixed Line Telecommunications sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TRIC. The last closing price for Tricor was 0.30p.
Tricor Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.30p and a 12 week average price of 0.31p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.23p.
There are currently 184,046,840 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Tricor Plc is £552,140.52.
joosepi: Pity this guy cannot read======== CVA: completed, therefore NO DEBTS. Investors placed large amount of funds inward. New Board. New businesses. Steady share price. Jack you are so stupid! Why do you get involved in the stock market???
inside2: Been otherwise engaged 2trying.... some good post mate. I haven't a clue what's going on with the share price. Wheres joosepi these days? Could use some of his humor.
2trying: What thoughts on today's rns ? Another pie in the sky promise of jam tomorrow , or a resurgence of our share price on relisting ? I know my thoughts . As my shareholding has gone from 650,000 to 65 after the 10,000 to 1 consolidation , hopefully they will relist at about £50 a share . Pause while I fall about laughing !!!! Off topic , Anne-Lynne , a school mate of my wife , is horrendously ill . Anne-Lynne , who has battled cancer for years , has just had a heart attack . Still alive as far as I know . Makes you think about priorities doesn't it ? Incidentally , Anne-Lynne was utterly drop-dead-gorgeous . Redhead , with freckles , and really cute . One of my (many) brothers-in-laws was so much in love with her . Naturally she married a prat who treated her like dirt . (Why do women do that ?) . His name is Ed . Funnily enough he , just like Ed Balls , has a face that you would take one look at and like to punch . Sorry to go on . Bit upset .
joosepi: yes and his alias jaknife is pro lib you just couldnt make it up. on a more interesting note it can be seen from reading the news releases that the board have done extensive work to protect shareholders, these 2 monkies will, and the snide, that has always come from them, will not have much to say when tricor share comes out of suspension as tricor seek new rto and investment to bolster the share price. I have to suppose there are some shareholders who woud say the company should have gone down the pan, but on the other hand I cannot talk for phillistines.
inside2: Some nob bought ABH at .03p now look at the share price it will be less than .001p very soon now.
inside2: The reverse must take place pretty soon to enable Tricors AIM listing to continue. The news will leave the company with only £500,000 on the balance sheet and send the share price north..................>>>>>>mac10>>>>>>. So why wouldn't the buyers just keep on coming double6?
joosepi: Sunday, 1 April 2012 ticker nova Nova Resources NOVA.LN The AIM Listed Anglo-Mongolian Investment Company Strike it Big with Multi Million Dollar Logistics Contract Nova Resources (NOVA.LN) the AIM quoted Anglo-Mongolian investment company, recently released details to the market of a lucrative logistics contract secured between ZHCH, Nova's 100% owned Mongolian logistics company and Energy Resources Group (ERG) the operators of the large scale Ukhaa Khudag coal mine, located in Mongolia's South Gobi coal mining region. Under the broad terms of the agreement, ZHCH will swiftly deploy 32 double trailer side tippers, capable of carrying up to 200,000 tonnes of coking coal each, in order to transport ERG's coal for export to a transhipment point for onward delivery to Chinese steel mills. Each truck is likely to yield considerable cash and profits over the short term, where it is expected turnover for ZHCH could reach a staggering 20 million USD within the first year of operation. With over 20 new world class mines entering production in Mongolia's South Gobi coal mining district over the coming years and coal exports from Mongolia to China set to double by 2017, ZHCH with its Mongolian and Korean led executive team, command significant "gatekeeping roles in country" that are likely to lead to a massive scaling up of this much sought after coal trucking logistics service by the cluster of Mongolian mining companies, operating in the South Gobi region. Nova is expected to come to the market for some fundraising in order to fast track the purchasing of a state of the art trucking fleet for ZHCH. With the commencement of the contract scheduled to begin in May 2012, Nova is likely to return some outstanding numbers over the next 12 months. Currently trading at just over 7p, the addition of up to 20 million USD in turnover over the near term is likely to bolster and reflect positively in Nova's share price moving forward.
akaaur: Guys i have been doing some research on this company and found out some interesting stuff but this my opinion, it explains how TRIC could get revenues of £530m over 10 year period, £53m a year, guys all responses are appreciated. I would have posted this on the weekdays but didn't not want to cause people buying because of the figure, this will give you time to research yourself rather than investors just jumping in. Guys as you know that tric recent planned acquisition with green glory limited, the interest in the company has come from a 450k hectare land which is planned to be purchased, the purpose of this to develop and sell carbon credits which can be sold to business lower their carbon footprint, Anyone who are not aware of carbon credits, these are credits that business can buy to lower the carbon emissions, it is stated that a company producing more than 80k of tons of emissions must reduce thus higher taxes be applied to the company but money can be saved if they purchase the credits. Carbon credits are produced by companies that reduce carbon emissions with renewable energy. It's worked out as 1 ton of carbon is worth 1 carbon credit, many ways to create this energy, e.g. wind, solar. Forestry etc. Experts predict that carbon offset will increase by 42%. So to come to how i came to a figure of £550m on 10 year period. To work it out i had to first find out how much tons can be reduced by the 450k hectare land. Also it would also depend on the land they have, because they are to be wind, solar etc, but its not exact as to what they have or how the energy will be created, but I've come to conclusion it would be trees. My reason come as to research and it is a developing country highly unlikely on that size of land it would be wind or solar. So how many tons will it reduce? But i have to convert it to acres to first. 450k hectares in acres = 1111500. It is proved that 1 acre of trees will reduce 4 tons of emissions from atmosphere in a year. So 4*1111500=4446000, so 4446000 of emissions will be reduced over a year. Now to work out the revenue it is depending on the current price carbon, other companies charge $19 for this per 1 credit, so $19*4446000= $84474000, the price is in dollars if you use current conversion which is 1.58/$84474000= £53464556. That would be the revenue coming in, and over 10 year period £530m. So if a buyout would occur the share price of near 10p. On current share issue. All figures are estimate, its just some research ive done, on the company and market they will entering, im not sure if i maybe right but all responses apprieciated People are also saying that it may be diluted and vat money will be needed for the acquisition. But they had raised 2.55m already for this deal, so money may not be necessary but even with a dilution its worth money. Plus with chan on board it looks most likely and he has bought shares himself, he is confident too. Alot of people are saying this that new investments coming through, they are confident something will happen if you research other energy companies in the same field, carbon market are beneficial. Its cheap as chips at the moment, even a small investment will go a long way.
tarvold: India and China won't do anything on carbon trading/targets until the US does. Australia won't have a carbon trading system until at least after the next election in 2013. Japan has already ruled out introducing a carbon trading scheme. Just like TRIC that article is full of hot air. When this company was PTC it was issuing loan notes of 0.1p at a massive discount to the then share price. The share price fell past the conversion price and kept falling. Now that it's TRIC the company has issued even more loan notes at 0.03p and the share price has already started to fall. Guess where the share price is going next?
jaknife: This is a copy of my post from TMF from yesterday: Tricor released its results this morning, they can be read here: and they are truly dreadful, they illustrate exactly why people should AVOID Tricor: 1. Timing Tricor is a very small company and its accounts are simple to understand, it should be easy to prepare and publish accounts like this very shortly after the year-end (which was 31 March). But instead they've taken six months! If the results were brilliant then the company would have wanted to tell you about them ages ago, the fact that the directors took their time over publishing the results is a good warning sign – the results were never going to be good! 2. Operations The results note: "The group's operating subsidiary, Specs and Lenses Limited, was sold for a nominal sum in January 2010." So yet another disastrous failed acquisition. The notes explain that the business was acquired "on 5 March 2008 for £508,750" and that it "ceased trading on 1 April 2009". Losing this much money in such a short period of time is an objective statistical indicator of the competence of the board, ie they are incompetent. 3. P&L Tricor (PNC Telecom as it was before) has never made a profit as far back as I can find records. This year the P&L loss is minus £484k. 4. Cash Burn And again, as far back as I can find, Tricor (PNC Telecom as it was before) has never generated positive cash flow. During the year the negative cash flow was funded by issuing new shares and by borrowing. 5. Balance Sheet The consolidated balance sheet shows a deficit of minus £310k, it is technically insolvent and there are significant debts outstanding. The company is in dispute with HMRC over a VAT reclaim of £1.2m because HMRC allege that there is an element of fraud (Missing Trader Intra-Community VAT Fraud) in the reclaim. At the moment this £1.2m is shown as an asset on the balance sheet but if it is not repaid then the company will be technically insolvent to the tune of £1.5m! 6. Dilutive equity instruments The current share price is about 0.2p per share. Notes 19 and 23 however explain that the company has loans and warrants outstanding under which it might issue a very significant and substantial number of shares at a price of a mere 0.03p! This price is 85% below the current share price and will act as a share price magnet, dragging down the price to 0.03p over time. 7. Summary In summary, the results are dreadful, the company has a track record of always publishing dreadful results and there is nothing to suggest that anything will improve in the future. Management incompetence has been demonstrated in the failed (total loss) investment in Sim4Travel and the failed (total loss) from the investment in the Specs and Lenses business. These two complete failures provide objective evidence of management's track record, ie of their incompetence. This is further exemplified by considering Leo Knifton's other business involvements which demonstrate a long line of AIM failures/losses, more of which can be read about here: The company only survives by the repeated and regular annual issue of more shares at ever lower prices. Furthermore the company has issued a significant number of materially dilutive equity instruments, including a loan of £1.5m which potentially converts at 0.03p, which is 85% below the current share price. There is no investment case whatsoever to buy shares in Tricor. Regards, JakNife
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