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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 Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -27.50p -13.75% 172.50p 165.00p 180.00p 195.00p 165.00p 185.00p 24,578 10:09:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Leisure Goods 32.5 1.9 32.3 5.3 8.00

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/6/2019
10:31
Looks like a good entry point with 40 p plus EPS Tiger
castleford tiger
27/6/2019
10:13
FWIW, I used to have a sizeable holding here but, for one reason or another, reduced it quite significantly over time. However, I've just taken a few back in the hope that the pullback is "overcooked". The statement was obviously a bit curate's egg stuff-however there was a bit to like in it and some cautiously optimistic tone too. Fingers tightly crossed and all that jazz.
cwa1
27/6/2019
09:37
The stockmarket is always crazy,I think thats why i like it.
balcony
27/6/2019
09:28
The market is crazy right now and will remain so until August
hatfullofsky
27/6/2019
09:06
So turnover approaching 16m for H1. So net profit perhaps over 1m? If they can have as good a H2 as last year then perhaps 36m for year and 3m net profit within reach. However as mentioned many uncertainties including Brexit by the way. Clearly now is the time to be very prudent until we know which way the economy is going and particularly the pound vs USD. "In light of the ongoing Brexit debacle, we are cautious with regard to future consumer spending which is discretionary for the type of products that we supply."
amt
27/6/2019
07:11
Nice update, should put a floor in the share price Warning on USD - a stronger US dollar is likely to impact on the profitability of the Group. 1.27 now which is near it's 5Y lows
hatfullofsky
25/6/2019
12:18
Balcony yes I got them but the prices made no sense. 48055 at 1.92 25000 at 1.99 reported at 17.15 price was 180/195 So clearly buys but from where? trades last week 21st 5k 20th 0k 19th 0k 18th 2k 17th 2k Pretty sure its Mr Bragg. Tiger
castleford tiger
25/6/2019
07:48
48000 plus 25000.
balcony
24/6/2019
22:51
What were the large trades ? I could only see 2000 traded.
davidosh
24/6/2019
22:45
Wait for it! Another 1.25% to mr Bragg Tiger
castleford tiger
24/6/2019
19:47
Couple of large trades now reported.
balcony
24/6/2019
15:52
No A fair few of those 1000 are probably lost as they came from MV sports days. A fair few shares will be lost as well. Was the drop on Friday the MM playing games as I cannot see enough been sold to drive it down 10% Tiger
castleford tiger
24/6/2019
11:11
I am just checking...as Tandem have over 1000 shareholders has anyone ever received any communication or seen anything promoted via website etc showing that investors are entitled to any shareholder discounts on all our products?
davidosh
23/6/2019
19:30
Looks like TND have FX hedging in place already so (as long as they have the right derivative) we should be ok. There was a reduction in finance costs from £511,000 in 2017 to £157,000 in 2018 with a significant difference in the fair value adjustment in respect of foreign currency derivatives. This was a credit of £109,000 in the year ended 31 December 2018 compared to a charge of £172,000 in the prior year. This adjustment will vary year on year based on the foreign exchange contracts in place at the year end and their maturity date.
hatfullofsky
21/6/2019
19:37
Point taken hatfull but I was trying to establish how significant Brexit it is to Tandem. Regarding supply chain. Fx rate vs USD and consumer demand for example. Many other investments I have in export markets it is completely irrelevant. However I suspect there is potential for an impact here. I was also making the point that forecasting consumer demand and fx rates is impossible at the moment so prudence is necessary. These are politically dangerous times which could impact consumer sentiment. The markets that Tandem are in have an element of discretionary consumer spend. I still have to pinch myself with disbelief to think that Boris could be the next PM. Now is the time for companies to build up cash balances and prepare for difficult times ahead. Anyway that's me done. Made my point so that's it for a while. It will be interesting to see how things pan out over the next few months.
amt
21/6/2019
18:11
Nomad needs say something.
charo
21/6/2019
15:52
AMT / CT you can private message regarding Brexit. Let's focus on TND
hatfullofsky
21/6/2019
15:49
Small top up at 200p hoping next week starts something special.
hatfullofsky
20/6/2019
06:36
I don't thinks it's possible to forecast consumer demand more than a few months ahead. Nor the pound vs Usd. Frankly nobody knows how Brexit will turn out nor its impact. The bank of England have stated the potential for a total catastrophe under a no deal scenario for example. They might be wrong. Personally I think the Company is best to take prudent view and build up cash reserves in case there is merit in what the Bank of England has stated. In any event the indications are that things are getting worse. As I mentioned before there just isn't the room for manoeuvre if there is a recession. The country is up to its eyes in debt. Times could become very tough. In that event companies with plenty of cash will be the ones that will come through. Longer term Brexit might be beneficial but only on a five to ten year time scale. The economy will need reshaping like under Thatcher in the 1980s but it won't happen overnight.
amt
19/6/2019
10:29
amt....I am not buying Tandem for yield but without any forecasts in the market and no engagement etc I am afraid the dividend is the only thing that shows the management care about sharing the profitability with the shareholders and most certainly a metric that helps value the company properly. The lower the dividend and higher the cover merely serves to make investors wary that bad news must be coming and that cash cannot be paid out for some reason even though directors do not skimp on remuneration.
davidosh
18/6/2019
16:51
Castleford Tiger. The 40 billion so called saving would not happen in a no deal scenario. Perhaps half is due contractually and also its over many years. The saving (well money that might not have to be paid) is perhaps 3 billion per annum. The ongoing saving by not being a member is about 12 billion per annum. However that could easily be more than offset by lower revenues from companies due to additional operating costs. Its dubious if there would be any savings at all and could actually be the opposite. We don't know and until we do it would be reckless to make assumptions. So far since the out referendum the only thing that seems to have been correctly predicted was that the pound would fall. I suspect it could fall a lot further over the next few months. Great boost for exporters but very tough for importers and the UK consumer.
amt
18/6/2019
16:44
davidosh If you want yield then better to invest in larger mature companies. Only a third of Aim companies pay a dividend. The average yield is 1.5%. Tandems yield is 2% even after this year's big rise in share price.
amt
18/6/2019
11:32
If there is to be an increased dividend it would only be flagged as the 'intention to pay' and so the first time any extra payout would happen is in the interim results. Last year the announced dividend was... ...'We are declaring an interim dividend of 1.42p per share (2017 - 1.35p per share) payable on or about 12 November 2018 in line with our progressive dividend policy. The ex-dividend date will be 11 October 2018 and the record date 12 October 2018'. So this year if it was tripled it would still only be 4.3p and that is hardly going to be a distress to the balance sheet. Additionally by November there would be more info on Brexit and the other issues you are concerned about so they can adjust the final dividend accordingly next year when the final results are announced but all things being equal if the dividend looks like being close to 15p overall then the share price will not remain where it is and income seekers will spot the undervaluation even if nobody else does ! Anyway three times covered is standard for many companies and they all face similar uncertainties. We also have the freehold asset so outgoings are reasonably predictable.
davidosh
18/6/2019
09:21
There would be a saving of some 40b that we would not be paying the EU IF WE hard brexit. Plus the on going saving we pay them will more than cover the NHS. Tiger
castleford tiger
18/6/2019
08:33
By the way I don't think it will be possible to have big tax cuts to support the economy. The country has a collosal debt to finance. The NHS needs at least another 20 billion per annum to prevent the system from breaking down. The likelihood is that interest on government debt would increase considerably so how would tax cuts be financed.
amt
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