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
  0.00 0.0% 235.00 0.00 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
230.00 240.00 235.00 235.00 235.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Leisure Goods 37.06 4.00 68.50 3.4 13
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 235.00 GBX

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2022-06-27 14:52:04231.10511.56O
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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 235p.
Tandem Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 225p and a 12 week average price of 225p.
The 1 year high share price is 670p while the 1 year low share price is currently 225p.
There are currently 5,355,059 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 18,726 shares. The market capitalisation of Tandem Group Plc is £12,584,388.65.
darrin1471: tiger: Do the bikes arrive in the UK ready to go out to customers or do TND add any value in the UK? "Lead times are 12-18 months for cycles". So TND have already ordered stock for the next 12-18 months? "higher stock levels than we would like against a backdrop of overstocked customers" When did TND start to reduce orders or are they committed to even more stock over the next 12 months. If they have the money and the space to work through the overstock without the need to discount then it is not to big an issue. If ex factory prices continue to rise then it is even a positive.
hpcg: How can there not be more profit warnings? The UK has the worst economy in the developed world, and a government minded to start a trade war. I'd expect the share price to overshoot, but if the economy is in the doldrums for any length of time then all bets are off.
graham1ty: I never quite understood why TND needed such an enormous new warehouse. Yes, bring other operations on site, but it would be mainly assembly and storage as TND manufacture very little. Yes, to expand into, if they were massively growing, and aiming for £100m revenue, but…..with current trading……;much of the warehouse will be under-utilised for quite a while.
value hound: Re-tipped by Simon THompson who concludes... The potential for environmentally and energy efficient e-bikes and e-scooters suggests scope for earnings growth in future years. Moreover, even taking account this year’s ravaged earnings projections, the shares are only rated on a price/earnings (PE) ratio of 11. The board are paying out the final dividend of 6.57p a share, too, taking the total to 10p, so there is a dividend yield of 4 per cent. Tandem’s ability to pay its bills is not in doubt as current assets are almost double current liabilities, the balance sheet strength is also highlighted in the 42 per cent share price discount to net asset value of 420p. So, although my last buy call at 400p is underwater (‘A trio of Ben Graham value plays’, 28 March 2022), I am not cutting my losses. Hold.
graham1ty: RC, that is a bit unfair ! Tiger has held this for many, many years. He held well before the rerating up from 100p, when TND was madly undervalued. It then did get pushed too high, and the COVID bike flurry was, with hindsight, overegged. However, TND, remains cheap (it has always been “cheap”) compared to what the business could do with a fair wind. Tiger has still made lots of money
darrin1471: "There are very few importers who bring stock in without firm orders" Tandem? "Customers to June 2021 include blue chip national retailers (42%), independent shops (37%) and direct consumers (21%)" Will the 58% be ordering now for summer 2023 or does that risk fall upon TND Tandem should have some protection against possible cheaper imports next year as TND sell licensed and own brands product rather than generic goods that are more easily priced matched
hpcg: CT - r.e. discretionary, indeed, but according to Stockopedia Kingfishers trades on a forward PE of 8.3 and its share price is off near 40%. I still think its a good short. Smalls always get hit harder than bigger companies. I fully accept that looking through the cycle this could be a good price at which to buy, but there are plenty of scenarios where it isn't. Why put capital in the way of chance? I fully accept that you are locked in to an extent, and the ability to get out of a micro cap without moving the needle is a benefit of being relatively poorer. Even without you and other big holders selling I just see a buyers strike taking the price lower.
km18: ...from last year... Tandem published its Half Year report including interims for H1 21 this morning. The numbers look pretty decent, top line revenue growth was reasonable at 14%, net profit was up 40%, EPS up 38%, the balance sheet is solid and growing with a healthy cash pile of £5.9m. The share price has enjoyed a massive rally of over 380% over the past 18 months from post-Covid lows. But valuation is still attractive, forward PE ratio is 8.5, PS ratio is 0.75. There is growth here, there is a very reasonable price here and there is a strong balance sheet with ample cash and negative net debt. The share price has been drifting sideways through 2021 following a massive rally in 2020, so there is little near term momentum. Today’s results and near 10% spike in price may be the catalyst to start the share price on another leg higher, investors may need to wait a little as the current period of consolidation extends, it remains to be seen. But this is one to BUY and hold for a few years. Initial target at range high and record high from April 21 is at 705p, already 20% upside from current spot. Thereafter, there is scope for plenty more upside.... ...from WealthOracleAM
davidosh: If you are having a wager then I think you should agree to set the settlement date for the end of September as the interims are always out that month and the share price will be properly valued against those rather than in anticipation. Personally I think the share price is much more likely to be close to £7.40 than the £3.90 predicted by MRF using the base price it closed at last night which is halfway between at £5.65. Not sure why Mello gets a mention other than Jim Shears was interviewed on the show. The investors that regularly watch the virtual show have had over 100 companies doing presentations during the last 15 months so will have more to focus on than just Tandem so why single them out?
skwas1: Has the Halfords comment on supply chain issues caused the TND share price fall today? Hoping our Sept trading update start to change direction of this share price So far it’s not done much for me over the last 12 months.
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