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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
  +0.00p +0.00% 214.00p 200.00p 228.00p 214.00p 214.00p 214.00p 3 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Leisure Goods 32.5 1.9 32.3 6.6 10.06

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10/6/2014
08:49
Hope you are right but the earlier boost in order intake must have had a significant boost to the 26% figure. World cup in second half may have an impact on sales, we will see.
simon templar qc
10/6/2014
08:42
Well 26% ahead of last year even though an earlier intake, I am sure they must be growing even if you exclude that.
amt
10/6/2014
08:38
Your comment as to consistent profitability not quite as I read it... "Although 2014 year to date performance has been very encouraging, this has been helped by better weather and an earlier intake of product by national retailers. The strong second half last year will therefore be a challenge to emulate. Nevertheless, our Autumn/Winter listings are promising and our hard working and dedicated employees continue to be focused on delivering profitability and growth for the Group." Early intake of products has boosted sales in first half!
simon templar qc
10/6/2014
08:27
Yes but last year was exceptional about 17m so its a tough target that would be terrific if they get near it. Important point is that growth is now consistent.
amt
10/6/2014
08:25
One caveat in the statement and that is the company stated the second half strong last year and would be a challenge to emulate this year!
simon templar qc
10/6/2014
08:08
And as I mentioned the share price will take care of itself.
amt
10/6/2014
07:20
Very encouraging AGM statement. Looks like heading for annual revenue of between 29 to 31m. So net profit of between 1m to 1.5m would be my guess.
amt
09/6/2014
22:36
A broker note may have a temporary impact on the share price but in general its pointless. Best just to let the share price take care of itself as it will over the long term. What can a broker tell us that we don't already know, nothing, complete waste of money and worse a waste of management time. Look what happened last time there was external interference, the share price rose, the company bought back shares as a relatively high price and the share price fell back later on. Net result bad for the share price. If the shares stay undervalued the company can buy back shares at these levels and then when there have been a string of good financials the share price will go up even more.
amt
09/6/2014
08:27
Thanks Graham
simon templar qc
09/6/2014
08:22
There was a paid for note about five years ago. Was not worth the paper it was written on. Was absolute rubbish. IMHO it has to be an independent note to have any credibility at all. re the numbers talking for themselves, TND have been unable ( I hope up to now) in producing a regular, steady income stream. Either the $ or the weather or the pension deficit have always been blamed. the numbers WILL talk for themselves if they are consistent. I do think the Company has done a very BAD job at promoting the cash generative nature of the business. Rmember it had net debt of £16.9m in 1999, down to £2.6m in 2005, down to net cash balances by 2011. The only reason they have moved back to a net debt position is the purchase of the factory/warehose which is itself very earnings enhancing. Do not believe the numbers on most websites as they include the pension deficits in net debt ( I know that is another long argument.....) but reported ACTUAL net debt was just £3.1m total cash generated by operations of £1.6m !!!!
graham1ty
09/6/2014
07:58
I'm for broker notes. Most companies Edison cover seem to get a much wider following as a result. Can't see any other way of promoting the company to investors unless it gets bigger and it won't get bigger without promotion.
18bt
09/6/2014
07:55
amt, No research notes=poor pe ratio and share price. Company is way undervalued and it has been for years. If they don't promote the company you will face a low pe ratio in future. Ae ration of 7 is far too low.
simon templar qc
09/6/2014
07:51
Tell them from me please not to waste money on research notes. Let the numbers do the talking.
amt
09/6/2014
07:38
Graham, If you are going can you ask them why they haven't a broker do research notes! Remind them of duty to promote company for benefit of "all members" under company act. Have no objections you telling them one of their shareholders understands a derivative action !!!
simon templar qc
09/6/2014
06:38
I hope to be there ( sorry Jim !!). Can give a lift from London if anyone wants
graham1ty
09/6/2014
02:25
Any of you going to the Agm on Tuesday ?
davidosh
08/6/2014
21:08
AGM Tuesday dividend paid on or around the 13th June! Friday the 13th unlucky for some but not for us shareholders!
simon templar qc
03/6/2014
12:26
AGM next week, have noticed the buyers coming in presumably ready for a bullish AGM trading statement.
simon templar qc
27/5/2014
08:20
Not far off June for AGM and another upbeat trading statement.
simon templar qc
02/5/2014
12:40
x dividend this month and then AGM in June I expected the share price to strengthen. PE ratio far too low and with UK economy improving this has a lot further to go.
simon templar qc
28/4/2014
10:17
I believe all AIM share purchases are free of stamp duty. I wonder if it will cause more day trading.
amt
28/4/2014
10:03
amt So am I surprised the share price seems to have staled but its a lack of news rather than anything else. I suspect the next bit of news will push up the share price higher. By the way what are the new rules on stamp duty is it all share purchases regardless of cost?
simon templar qc
28/4/2014
08:33
Suprised shares have not risen, my short term 3 quid target is looking in doubt.Can buy without stamp duty from today. A few Director buys needed to put a rocket under the price and get it noticed I suspect.
amt
25/4/2014
20:55
hxxp://www.bikebiz.com/news/read/average-price-of-a-bike-is-just-233/016304 Volume of bike sales decline while unit price is on the up Mintel has revealed that the average price of a bicycle in the UK is just £233. The figures come as part of a wide ranging report into the state of the bicycle market in the UK. The report reveals fewer Brits are buying bikes while the value of bikes is on the up. Unit sales have declined from 3.6 million bikes in 2008 to 3.2 million in 2013 - down 13 per cent. The average selling price of a bike rose £27 from £206 in 2012 to £233 in 2013. According to Mintel, fewer poor quality bikes are available in the UK. "There is no doubt that Britain's cyclists have become more selective about the quality of bike they are prepared to ride, the average cost of a bike purchased rising in value," said Michael Oliver, Senior Leisure and Media Analyst at Mintel. "In part this is due to the decline in availability of very cheap – and usually poor quality – bicycles which have flooded the UK market in the past. However, there is little doubt that consumers buying bicycles in the UK are gradually recognising that one gets what one pays for, and that it is worth spending a little more to get a good quality product."
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