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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
  -5.00 -1.32% 375.00 360.00 390.00 380.00 360.00 380.00 20,760 15:56:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Leisure Goods 38.8 2.5 40.5 9.3 19

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/9/2013
08:24
Just count my lucky stars I sold out many a moon ago. Looks like same old same old. Run for the benefit of the management and no one else. Difficult to know what one can do about the situation given the very fragmented shareholder base.
horndean eagle
20/9/2013
07:31
Terrible half year, but things much better since is the message. Trouble is the management have lost already credibility that they know how to grow the business. It really is time for a new team.
18bt
13/9/2013
16:13
What did the directors think of your inside trade views and recommendations ? They look sensible to me.
davidosh
13/9/2013
15:52
1)make the kids bikes simpler stop putting suspension units on them on the lads bikes - put a dipped crossbar on them semi slick tyres rather than nobbles shimano gears front/rear simple colour schemes kids drop handlebar bikes are out of proportion - to long a reach adults bikes sub £300mtb - ensure semi slick tyres and more upright riding position(taller head tube with adjustable stem) agian - a few models without suspension - makes the bike lighter and cheaper designers to keep the graphics/colours simple good point of sale - ie features and benefits of no suspension/semi slick tyres and adjustable stem and raised front end - ie the leisure market
mrshaungcm
12/9/2013
09:45
You missed my point. Maybe it's Tandem who "need to do some research". There's a huge and growing market out there which isn't being restricted in any way by the problems of "retailers". If Tandem aren't producing the right product to meet the demand, that's their problem, not mine!
jeffian
12/9/2013
06:37
Branded blingy items u need to do some research ie Cannondale/scott/Giant/BMC/Trek/GT/Ghost/Cube etc etc Tandems products are quite cheap and tacky with no real innovation
mrshaungcm
11/9/2013
22:48
Excuse me?! So what are these special bikes that Tandem aren't selling?
jeffian
11/9/2013
21:20
tandem do not really major in the bikes that evans sells the blingy road market is pretty big at the moment - and that aint the tandem groups boat
mrshaungcm
11/9/2013
20:59
You are referring generically to "retailers". You need to look specifically at bicycle sales. Evans don't seem to be suffering much (sales this year up 11%). Bicycle sales in the depth of the recession in 2010 were up over 28% ( hTTp://corporate.sky.com/documents/pdf/publications/the_british_cycling_economy ) There is a huge and growing market here (and worldwide). Why is this not reflected in Tandem's figures?
jeffian
11/9/2013
20:43
If the retailers are suffering then its inevitable that the next chain in the link will suffer also unless they can sell into overseas markets.
amt
11/9/2013
08:51
amt, "If you watch the tv series about retail......" Aye, but Tandem aren't retailers. They're manufacturers and wholesalers. Bike sales have boomed during the recession. Besides fashion, health, interest engendered by sporting success and political pressure, the recession itself was a driver as costs pushed people out of their cars onto bikes. Whatever Tandem are doing wrong, it is nothing to do with retail IMHO.
jeffian
11/9/2013
06:24
If you watch the tv series about retail presented by Robert Preston you get an idea of how difficult that business is. In the very tough environment numerous businesses have gone to the wall. It was all about cash preservation over the period of the recession. Tandem have come through it in good shape with plenty of cash in the bank to fund what hopefully will be growth on the top line as the economy recovers. Looking forward to the results. It's also good to see a company where directors have been buying shares and not cashing in share options and thus working in the longterm interests of the company.
amt
10/9/2013
11:31
I haven't posted here for an awfully long time, Castle give up, this management will not change they are accountants. They have no idea how to grow a business as the last x number of years has shown. Frustrated me to death. gg
greengiant
10/9/2013
10:47
I don't think it's an issue of online/retail. I've just been to Evans to buy a new bike - looked online then went down to the shop to try - and the place was absolutely humming with bikes flying out of the door. Frankly, if you can't sell bikes in this market, by whatever method, there's something more fundamentally wrong.
jeffian
10/9/2013
08:54
Shaun Work out how many bikes we sell each year into how many shops? Then work out the cost of servicing that supply chain. Things change and we need to. To start we develop a range exclusive to sell via the net. Sorry but its the way forward. We are seeing NO growth but its there, taken by others. change now. tiger
castleford tiger
06/9/2013
12:16
OK, see the trades now at 100p and 98.7p............possibly not dead in the water. Presumably results later in the month
graham1ty
06/9/2013
10:36
I suspect someone has seen the good weather through the Summer and all the bikes on the roads and is thinking where can I invest in that market !! There is certainly a buyer about but my broker says it is fairly small size so far.
davidosh
06/9/2013
09:48
Why is this suddenly 95p bid ? not seen any trade and no announcements ??
graham1ty
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