Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tandem Group Plc LSE:TND London Ordinary Share GB00B460T373 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  10.00 2.06% 495.00 9,787 08:20:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
480.00 510.00 495.00 485.00 485.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Leisure Goods 38.84 2.51 40.50 12.2 25
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:27:27 O 378 506.40 GBX

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Tandem Daily Update: Tandem Group Plc is listed in the Leisure Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TND. The last closing price for Tandem was 485p.
Tandem Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 465p and a 12 week average price of 420p.
The 1 year high share price is 585p while the 1 year low share price is currently 107.50p.
There are currently 5,034,091 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 29,521 shares. The market capitalisation of Tandem Group Plc is £24,918,750.45.
gabrielsant: I certainly respect and consider your opinion, but 40% seems to me a little bit large, get a bike it's a good way to lowering pollution, keeping healthy, and lightening public transport and thus intensive therapy. Even looking at the money I think helping the bike industry by the gov is a good way to spend less in therapy. And even without help, if I can't afford a car I would go to work on bike instead of Uber or tube.Like I said we need it. So at a possible desease "price up" a possible solution "gov's help". Too much demand is the best problem I can have, not so big to makes me sell my share. Unfortunately I wasn't here before Jun, so I don't know if most of the bikes were already out of stock like now,"Im' sure most of you can answer at this question"if not is a really good sign, with availability we would have smashed 1 eps for sure. Btw there is something on e-commerce yet,there's pre order. In the worst case scenario we have a cut eps because of this, well if than you have a bright 2021, dividend.. It's not the end of the world, I buy more. As long as people want or need bikes I'm bullish,selling too early is almost as bad as entry too late. Of course we don't know who is right, there is no certainty, so I can only say that if I were in you I would jump in asap About the price, and brand, I think we sell at most what it could be compared to a good quality/price citycar, if I have in mind to buy a Fiat panda, I'm not gonna end up buying a Ferrari just becouse price of cars raised. Than I would like to put in light that we sell home products, toys, during stay home era.
davidosh: Indonews.....You have not posted here for six months and your last prediction would have badly hurt shareholders if they had given up on Tandem as you suggested then as the share price was well below £3.00 in July. Just so you remember what you said.... Indonews - 27 Jul 2020 - 13:02:27 - 4150 of 4422 Tandem Thread - TND This could be taken as negativity, or just plain fact, im just stating as fact, they have no stock. They always manage stocks tightly and take minimal risks, i am just highlighting that for you guys expecting huge dividends and a huge share price spike you are likely to get your fingers burned very badly. --------- Thankfully for me anyway I have continued to be a shareholder and certainly after 15 years of being one I was unlikely to give up at the point where sales and indeed profits were going to put the company in a great position. You will have seen the final results for 2020 year end and I for one expect even better results this year. Tandem are not just a bike company and there is high demand for all their products and that certainly includes bikes. When there is demand it is obvious that suppliers will be able to pass on any price increases so I think it is ony important to know there is still the supply needed to satisfy customers. I am happy to listen to any more information you have....but just facts relating to Tandem please and telling people to sell out ASAP is rather a strong message so you should not be throwing it around lightly.
skwas1: Any idea on the reason for the recent weakness in TND share price?
rachael777: 10% decline in share price - what RNS did i miss ? ony 30k shares traded
castleford tiger: always difficult giving advice however here are my thoughts on TND. With no growth in the second half we should make 60p eps. The above is in my opinion FAR to cautious. Just how much we exceed last years second half is open to discussion as the year has just finished. If we achieve the 60p eps and deduct the cash from the share price 550-150p =400p We trade on just under 7 historic earnings with no debt. As the company ramps up its D2C offering through expressco we should continue to see growth. Bikes have been talked about and demand still outstrips supply but I am looking beyond this to the future. I can see sales of £50m and a profit of £5 m within 2 years possibly much less. That gives me x10 a £50m market cap and a target of £10.00 a share minimum. To achieve this the cash may well be spent in developing the business hence I make no reference to it. as such I remain a buyer of the shares . tiger
me55y: Hi All, I have been on this thread for quite a while but have not made many comments. I have some share in TND, MPAC, EQT, EML and some not so wise shares in SYME, NSF, PFG. TND have been great but i am looking at an exit strategy and just wanted to get an understanding or some advice as to what you forecast for these shares and at what point to sell. I have heard the target on these is £6 and £10 for MPAC but i have no idea... Any advise would be greatly appreciated...many thanks
babscabs: The only negative on a booming market in the cycling industry is the ability in 2021 to actually land stock . Leadtimes of Shimano now reportedly over 1 year and SRAM over 6 months , then add a month to build and 2 months to ship its literally 1 year lead-time for deliveries of orders placed . Alloy and steel frame builders are similarly maxed out and the big boys, or the commercially aggressive with big balls that ordered early (April ) will get the priority . Unlikely tandem fall into this category . Its been this way since July , so unless tandem ordered heavily and are near the front of the queue with their suppliers then supply is going to be a major issue . Couple this with the avalanche of supply that will catch up at end 2021 and a potential softening of demand gives the possibility of a period of oversupply and declining margins . The pertinent question to tandem is what is the strength of their order book and what level of stock can they supply next year . Share price if they can get supply is crazily cheap , because bicycle supply is non existent in the next 6 months , after that its going to be interesting
shanklin: I have followed TND for some years; indeed I held a few in 2004, since when by looks there must have been some form of share consolidation (4 or 5 shares into 1?). AIUI shareholders came a poor second to directors for many years which thankfully seems now to have been satisfactorily resolved. Also TND has been in a sweet spot in recent months in which their financial performance has been strong.. My question is whether TND have any sustainable competitive advantage whatsoever or could larger competitors, eg HFD on the bike front, come in and eat their lunch at any time, with TND fairly powerless in the process? Thoughts much appreciated. Cheers, Martin
amt: Davidosh. I hope we can agree to keep our posts civil and reasonably friendly and not start to get personal. I have a couple of decades of investing on Aim and see things differently, that's all. I am not a fan of Brokers and their forecasts. I would rather make my own decisions and forecasts. I have so many experiences on Aim of companies that have Brokers that make forecasts and set price targets that turn out to be completely wrong. It's expensive and I am sure consumes valuable time for little benefit for small relatively simple businesses. I would rather do my own research and not be influenced by highly paid brokers. Regarding presentations, I said it was something that would be a good idea at the AGM. and having it filmed would be a good thing. I thought there had been presentations at the AGM in the past by the way but maybe my memory is wrong. I have never attended one but have read from often positive feedback on this thread from those good enough to post feedback. I am not sure it's a good idea getting Brokers involved with forecasts and promoting the company that way. At the end of the day the share price will take care of itself. If you look at the share price over the last 20 years you will see its been a good performing share. Maybe you or others were unlucky and invested at peaks rather than troughs. That's where I have benefited by having the confidence in my convictions and buying in when the share price is low.
amt: Graham. The level of Corporate Governance expected for a fully listed company is at a totally different level from an Aim company. The rules and expectation are different. I am very happy with my investment in Tandem and its Corporate Governance. Its given me a good return. I don't see what all the fuss is about. It seems a lot of valuable time has been spent on what may be a technicality or maybe not any breach of the articles at all. The big picture is over a relatively trivial amount of money and anyway the shareholders approved it and its shown in the accounts. I can tell you I do have faith and trust in the way the company has been run. At the end of the day after a couple of decades I have no reason to think otherwise. I do have concerns about their eye being taken off the ball just at a point when the share price was starting to go towards the true value of the company. I should think more than ever at this incredibly difficult time the management will need to be fully concentrated on the day to day running of the business. I should think to write a respond like that and get all the Directors to approve it is a considerable distraction. The timing could not have been worse. When I invest in any Aim company I go in with my eyes open and with a lot of scepticism. After time though you get to know the good from the bad and Tandem is right up near the best of my investments and if the share price had continued upwards to about 5 quid would have become exceptional Tandem tell it how it is by the way and not with a load of hype of some Aim companies who are trying to push their share price up. Take a look at Versarian for example. That approach may help a short term jump in the share price. I know sometimes investors have got upset with the Directors for being Conservative with their outlook statements but over time that leads to stability. That's another reason why I trust the Directors with my hard earned money. I expect if you did an analysis of all the Aim companies of a similar market size you would find that Tandem would be one of the best in terms of Corporate Governance and trustworthiness.
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