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
  0.00 0.0% 172.50 165.00 180.00 172.50 172.50 172.50 240 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Leisure Goods 32.5 1.9 32.3 5.3 8

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30/6/2016
06:32
Thanks for that tiger. Agree that they do need to try and take out more smaller shareholders - but buyback a unlikely to achieve it. They need a tender offer biased towards smaller shareholders - possibly at a small premium
18bt
29/6/2016
16:29
Afternoon. There were just two of us there. Simon Bragg and myself. Close on 10% between us. Company bullish but did not have the Multiple deal on bikes this year. New web site roll out starts August. Up to 1 a month. New buyers and new teams on the other business. I feel fairly sure that we will see a reasonable rise in full year profits. They have ESC this year at that was making a million a year. If it adds 400k to our 1 million this year with all the changes going on ,I will be happy. The company described us laying the foundations of a pyramid. large base ready to roll. Simon asked them when and if they could promote the company. A brokers note etc. Cannot say they were thrilled but my suggestion is to sweep up another 2000 or so small shareholders into treasury or on to people like myself or Simon who are building a stake. It must cost us a fortune to service. anything in particular you needed to know? Oh I asked if we could have the KPI targets in advance. tiger
castleford tiger
23/6/2016
10:06
For those not aware of the Agm date and info.... 8. Annual General Meeting The Annual General Meeting will be held at 11:00 a.m. on 28 June 2016 at 35 Tameside Drive, Castle Bromwich, Birmingham, B35 7AG. Unfortunately I cannot be there on that date as two of my other major holdings have Agms in London on the same day but I would be very interested to hear how it goes and the answers given on the day to shareholder questions. I do think a presentation in London this year would help raise the profile of the company as a once a year meeting for very few in Birmingham is very poor engagement with shareholders and indeed potential investors.
davidosh
23/6/2016
06:09
a weak pound for the bike trade aint good - any increase in prices at the juncture of the "cycle" of the bike trade would be bad for in dependant retailers
mrshaungcm
23/6/2016
05:47
Feeling relieved that it looks odd on a Brexit loose vote. The pound should strengthen further as uncertainty is removed. Perhaps over 1.5 vs dollar. That will be good for Tandem and only a small improvement in gross margin would be significant to bottom line.
amt
22/6/2016
17:10
agm ANYONE? I WILL BE THERE. tIGER
castleford tiger
21/6/2016
08:01
The pound has been strong vs usd in last few days and a vote to stay in should see further strength. Commodity prices still near the bottom should help margins I would have thought. Brexit, then who knows.
amt
13/5/2016
17:29
anyone spotted we are now 150p to buy. which seemed to have gone up from 140p ( without a share being traded) tiger
castleford tiger
22/4/2016
07:37
Pound recovering as likelihood of Brexit has diminished in recent days.
amt
22/4/2016
06:33
In the event of Brexit most shares and sterling would likely collapse on uncertainty whether justified or not.
amt
21/4/2016
07:38
BUT BREXIT WILL ?????
castleford tiger
21/4/2016
07:03
A non Brexit vote should give sterling a big boost so that combined with crash in raw material and energy prices should help margins. On 35m of sales a few % would be significant.
amt
20/4/2016
11:19
28 th june from the top of my head
castleford tiger
20/4/2016
09:25
When is the Agm ?
davidosh
20/4/2016
08:26
So we may have some more questions for the AGM. We ( the BOD) destroy the share price 200p to 100p and then we grant options based on the new price 127p 9 yesterday) That's not fair and I shall say so. tiger
castleford tiger
19/4/2016
17:24
Its for Nowt !
castleford tiger
19/4/2016
08:45
Yes, just re-entered the TND fray after quite an absence with a modest purchase this morning. IF management can be believed it must surely be reasonable value, or better, at these levels....
cwa1
19/4/2016
08:26
Falling EPS ??? Last years included a large exc credit. This years would be higher had we not taken the exc costs in buying ESC. With ESC and even allowing for a reduction in cycle business 25p plus must be more than possible. based on last years 5 x earnings the shares are too cheap. Anyone see where extra options were granted? Tiger
castleford tiger
19/4/2016
08:01
Better prospects than appeared to be the case a few weeks back. Seems share price fall was without much foundation. A very good income share now also so I can afford to sit back and take a good income and potential for a big capital gain also.
amt
19/4/2016
06:57
Hmm dept now a million higher at the sixes now. Not what value investors want to be staring at in the face of falling eps and poor saturated markets conditions. Especially given the very high risk of realistically integrating and finding value from the newly aquired business.
my retirement fund
19/4/2016
06:44
Not bad results at all given the relatively mild warning and clearly somewhat undervalued. But the trouble is - as they've said - the bike market is saturated and highly competitive, so they're casting around for other markets of which the same could be said, and which have few barriers to entry. Consumers are increasingly savvy and realise the old brands (Pot Black, Claude Butler, Dawes et al) don't always mean much anymore. Look at Karrimor - once a by-word for quality and made in the UK, now made in China and aimed squarely at the cheap & cheerless market by Mike Ashley's Sportsdirect - with an increasing realisation that such is the case amongst the public. Also, it's very difficult to envisage another market in which Tandem are involved being anything like as buoyant and frothy as UK cycling has been for the last decade. All in all, I can't quite decide whether to buy or whether this will tie my capital up in a bit of a value trap / overly competitive market with no real growth prospects beyond the highly popular "Chinese-import-retail online" model with few barriers to entry beyond branding which is of decreasing importance. Good financials, though, for pure value players.
boystown
14/4/2016
08:44
a simple move in and out. call the fd
neverforget
13/4/2016
17:07
there was only one side reported. tiger
castleford tiger
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