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TTR 32Red

194.875
0.00 (0.00%)
12 Jul 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
32Red TTR London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 194.875 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
194.875 194.875
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32red TTR Dividends History

No dividends issued between 14 Jul 2014 and 14 Jul 2024

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Posted at 12/5/2017 18:44 by shaker44
I guess ttr also were unaware reg clearance would take so long. Just have to hope it goes through and soon. Complaining won't get you anywhere surely?
Posted at 12/5/2017 11:58 by davr0s
I accepted the offer under the clear guidance that money would be received within 2weeks - that was 2months ago so less than impressed. I queried my broker HL and they said that the 2week timescale came from TTR. What were others told as I am inclined to put a complaint in as feel I've been mislead - but not sure who to complain to. I wouldn't have accepted the offer had I known it would take 2+ months but would have just sold
Posted at 23/2/2017 08:22 by davr0s
Interesting - so I can sell for £2 today which is the cash offer+divi. Is another bid realistic as it seems like it was largely tied up as paper the RNS - otherwise might as well move on. Decisions, decisions (but nice ones)
Posted at 23/2/2017 07:51 by paleje
Much better deal than NPT holders got, and Ed making sure divi gets paid. I thought we might have made another acquisition rather than been taken out this year but c'est la vie, been in since the 60s and happy enough.
Posted at 23/2/2017 07:29 by davr0s
Could have been higher but hey, 1/3 increase in a month I'll take any day. No rush to sell out as decent divi next week to soo effectively £2 price now
Posted at 02/2/2017 20:15 by djbilywiz
TTR has been doing well for some time now and all looks good from a business perspective. The question is though, will the big players buy the shares or give them a pass.
Posted at 01/2/2017 11:53 by fizzypop
WheelieDealer ‏@wheeliedealer 2h2 hours ago

TTR ex-Cash Earnings Yield about 12% (inverse P/E) - very Cash Generative so must be high chance of Special Divvy.
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WheelieDealer ‏@wheeliedealer 2h2 hours ago

PEG Ratio on TTR is daft - strip out Cash fwd P/E about 8 and 21% growth - that's PEG 0.4 !!! 1.0 usually seen as cheap (lower is better).
Posted at 01/2/2017 08:15 by thebigshort
As its only an AIM market share there is very little broker views or consensus regarding financial forecasts.

Important Highlights For Me;-

1) Record net gaming revenue up 28% to £62.3m (2016) from £48.7m (2015)
2) Italian market moves into profitability
3) Strong growth continues, already up 21% in 2017 than same period 2016
4) Cheap against its peers
6) Ability to cross-sell in other non-core products such as its sports book
7) Signed 12-month TV Advert deal in August 2016 promoting the sports book around live sport on Sky including a number of halt-time adverts in Premier League football matches
8) Sponsors of Leeds (3 year-deal) who have the chance to reach Premier League this year and Glasgow Rangers. Two clubs with massive fan bases
9) Progressive dividend policy with possibility of special dividend
Posted at 25/1/2017 19:17 by thebigshort
Can see the trading update being released tommorrow. They have released it the two previous years on a Thursday.

This stock is set to fly in my opinion. Growth is very impressive and imagine the second half of the year to continue this trend.

Think we could see +10% jump minimum if released tommorow.

Would also imagine another special dividend announced as well.
Posted at 01/8/2016 00:23 by paleje
A view from shareprophets on TTR but it doesn't actually concluded anything except it's uncertain whether they can keep it up:-

32Red (TTR), the online gaming business, delivered a nice set of results on Friday, although they were greeted in a lacklustre fashion by the market. After a huge run up in price over the past year, investors seem cautious that the share price might now fully “up with events”.

Licensed in Gibraltar (where else?), 32Red offers the online casino experience you’d expect: slots, roulette, blackjack, poker and a variety of other games. They have a sports-dedicated site amongst a variety of sister sites.

The latest results show 32% organic revenue growth, or 63% growth if you include the contribution of last year’s acquisition of a rival casino.

(Note that “Revenue” in the gaming industry refers to Net Gaming Revenue: that’s wagers minus pay-outs minus bonuses and some other standard items.)

One of the major problems facing gaming in recent years has been the UK’s Point of Consumption Tax – as with many taxes and regulations, this has the effect of driving smaller and newer competitors out of business, while empowering more established enterprises.

Fortunately for 32 Red, it was large enough to withstand the effects of the POC and decided to use the opportunity to seize market share.

Last year, it increased net gaming revenues by 52% against 2014.

The momentum has clearly continued in the first six months of 2016.

The problem is the market cap of £115 million, putting a fairly high rating on can often turn out be a commoditised product.

Online gaming is a highly competitive space, and especially in the casino business where many products can be replicated by developer teams at rival firms. While those with existing scale have an advantage, the competitive dynamics seem to revolve mostly around to the marketing budget.

32% revenue growth should translate into a healthy profit figure but I’d suggest that this stock is primarily for gaming aficionados – i.e. those who can figure out whether 32Red’s competitive advantage is here to stay. The healthy balance sheet, cash flow and dividend may also attract some value investors. I’ll keep a watching brief on these shares for now.

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Licensed in Gibraltar (where else?), 32Red offers the online casino experience you’d expect: slots, roulette, blackjack, poker and a variety of other games. They have a sports-dedicated site amongst a variety of sister sites.

The latest results show 32% organic revenue growth, or 63% growth if you include the contribution of last year’s acquisition of a rival casino.

(Note that “Revenue” in the gaming industry refers to Net Gaming Revenue: that’s wagers minus pay-outs minus bonuses and some other standard items.)

One of the major problems facing gaming in recent years has been the UK’s Point of Consumption Tax – as with many taxes and regulations, this has the effect of driving smaller and newer competitors out of business, while empowering more established enterprises.

Fortunately for 32 Red, it was large enough to withstand the effects of the POC and decided to use the opportunity to seize market share.

Last year, it increased net gaming revenues by 52% against 2014.

The momentum has clearly continued in the first six months of 2016.

The problem is the market cap of £115 million, putting a fairly high rating on can often turn out be a commoditised product.

Online gaming is a highly competitive space, and especially in the casino business where many products can be replicated by developer teams at rival firms. While those with existing scale have an advantage, the competitive dynamics seem to revolve mostly around to the marketing budget.

32% revenue growth should translate into a healthy profit figure but I’d suggest that this stock is primarily for gaming aficionados – i.e. those who can figure out whether 32Red’s competitive advantage is here to stay. The healthy balance sheet, cash flow and dividend may also attract some value investors. I’ll keep a watching brief on these shares for now.

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