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Tavistock Investments Plc LSE:TAVI London Ordinary Share GB00BLNMLS43 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.65 760,829 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.50 2.80 2.65 2.65 2.65
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 28.80 -5.74 -0.95 16
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:19:12 O 366,972 2.725 GBX

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15/4/2021
09:20
Tavistock Investments Daily Update: Tavistock Investments Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TAVI. The last closing price for Tavistock Investments was 2.65p.
Tavistock Investments Plc has a 4 week average price of 2.30p and a 12 week average price of 1.45p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.32p.
There are currently 607,795,801 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,320,417 shares. The market capitalisation of Tavistock Investments Plc is £16,106,588.73.
15/4/2021
22:27
makeamillion3: Well, what happened IMO. The share price went from 7.5p to under 2p and many people questioned why. So now QP wishes to blame the questions and ‘bashing’; as a reason for the fact the share price dropped over 80% under the current BODs before they both bought in at the lowest price. That’s how I see it anyway... I did ask QP to check the date of the initial concerns (bashing) against the share price but as usual the copy and paste rubbish reappears. QP Wants to promote any positive stuff, (some fair play) but can’t accept anything negative, and then calls foul play! Bizarre, Tiresome, boring
15/4/2021
15:05
pepperspray01: Does that include you for promoting a share price increase and subsequently the share price going up? Asking for a friend. Lawyers don't stand a chance if you're using this public forum as evidence. QP did you lose your dummies again? Speaking of Law enforcement, the FCA would like to speak to you on them purchases at 1.5p, especially now with the share price where it is. Cute posts as always, you're no.1 Fan! Tavi til I die Xoxo
08/4/2021
17:43
makeamillion3: I can see the figures, and yes attractive with these equations. But the costs have held this back, plus dilutions. We have heard this argument year after year. Now things appear to be happening on that front such as cost cutting and accounts being questioned, maybe the share price might begin its long climb back up. This also illustrates the lack of need for incentives to lift the share price. What are they being rewarded for??? Looking at those figures it shouldn’t be too difficult to get the share price up. If anything, it appears they have held it back. A sceptic could argue that was a long term plan. Get the funds under management, erode the share price with heavy costs and dilutions, failed ventures, then at a low share price put in place an attractive incentive scheme and then get it back up for a healthy reward? I wouldn’t for a minute think that’s happened, but like I said, someone with little trust or little believe might.. Either way, a good day for the share price will it do the usual and crawl back down? We will see... ALL IMO DYOR
08/4/2021
10:26
quepassa: A very robust and positive Trading Update this morning from Tavistock Investments plc against the difficult year of covid. Very encouraging metrics and performance indeed. And a strong outlook which will reassure and cheer all bona fide shareholders. Excellent to see the outstanding performance of Tavistock's Acumen funds under the aegis of the new Chief Investment Officer who has achieved astonishing results in such a short space of time and put all six of these funds into TOP QUARTILE. This outstanding performance will undoubtedly attract a strong growth in new funds. Tavistock are right to highlight the significantly higher valuation multiples of other quoted wealth management firms. This clearly points the way forward for a much overdue and significant re-rating of Tavistock's share price to bring it more in line with average sector multiples. Today's Trading Update marks an important turning point for the fortunes of Tavistock where the new corporate strategy, new product initiatives, cost-cutting and stream-lining measures are starting to produce encouraging early results, strong performance and growth. Congratulations to the management of Tavistock on such a strong and positive Trading Update. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
13/3/2021
10:03
quepassa: Increasingly desperate and vitriolic posts from the shorters whose pain is growing by the day as the share price surges and their positions massively move against them. Maybe certain posters would care to clarify if they are pleased or not to see the share price rising. - COME ON LET'S HAVE YOUR ANSWERS. Because I can say for 100% sure that I am delighted to see a rising share price after the lows last year. Who wouldn't be? That's good news isn't it. Unless you are short. ONWARDS AND UPWARDS with the share price as the major rebound and recovery begins. UP 100% in two months and UP 20% on Friday. All bona fide shareholders will be absolutely delighted as the recovery in share price gathers pace. Post 1624 refers re the price being paid in a takeover of sector rival, AFH. GOOD LUCK ALL. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
12/3/2021
11:25
quepassa: Some simple maths: 2p to 7p = +250% They have to achieve a 250% increase in current share price before the new proposal kicks in. That seems fair enough to me. At the current share price of c. 2p, Tavistock looks extremely cheap to me for a wealth manager with £1.1 billion of Assets Under Management especially when you consider that sector rival, AFH Financial is currently being taken over for almost a quarter of a billion pounds sterling (£231m). AFH's AUM are £6.2 billion (31/10/20). If you compare that a US private equity house is effectively prepared to pay a multiple of £37.25 million per billion of AUM in the case of AFH, the current £12m market cap/value of Tavistock looks far too low in my opinion. Using the same valuation metrics of £37.25million per billion of AUM, this would drive a theoretical market value of some £41 million for Tavistock's £1.1billion of AUM. Yet the current market cap of Tavistock is just £12million. That's a big gulf between Tavistock's £12 million market cap and the multiple of £37.25million per billion which AFH is being sold on. In my opinion, with a market cap of just £12million, this share looks very compelling. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
10/3/2021
13:08
makeamillion3: Haha! That is actually laughable QP. Do your own research on how this company was created..... how the promise of 7.5p per share would be worth 21p within 3 years to anyone from the previous business which was the nucleus of this Tavistock model and the way in for these ‘business men’.. The ongoing nonsense of lies and promises is what makes me sour. The way they disrespect shareholders make me sour. Many many share holders here are long standing holders and have seen 3 year plan after 3 year plan fail and the false promises and the how the share price has been blatantly driven down... ‘There will never be another share class’ ‘We won’t dilute the share price’. ‘We did that for long term growth but never again’ It’s all very clever when you think about it. Obtain a company by issuing shares at 7.5p, drive it down, buy into it as the price is reducing and reward yourself for managing to get back to 60% of the start value. That does make me sour yes. I’ve defended and defended these people on here and also on another forum but I’m sorry, I’ve seen enough now. Dress it how you like, it’s not aligning everyone until that initial share price is 6p as a minimum, not just for me but for many many others. Good luck with your interests in here. If it suits you, Fair play. I just know for many many others it aligns nothing, and creates more anger, and lines certain pockets as usual.
10/3/2021
12:30
quepassa: You are surmising and pre-judging that this is a one-time only incentive plan. If they hit a 4p benchmark, who's to say that The Board would not subsequently grant further incentive plans at higher share price benchmarks? - This would be normal practice in many companies. Your calculations and views are based on your personal losses which is somewhat shaky rationale underlying your argument. Share prices do go up and down and you clearly bought - at your own choice, no-one else's- towards the peak around 2017. And now your are sour because the price has gone down. If you are not prepared to tolerate massive price swings in micro-cap companies, it is arguable whether you should have invested here in the first place. Especially so if this is a SIPP investment. Seems to me that a target of an intial 100% increase in share price is absolutely reasonable. Whereas your suggestion of an intial 225% increase is unreasonable. And in my guess, if they manage to march the price up to 4p, it seems highly likely they would be given further incentivisation plans which would likely meet and perhaps exceed your target of 6.5p. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
01/3/2021
07:26
graham1ty: So, now they give a worked example: “Were the number of shares in issue at 30 June 2025 to be 1,000,000,000 and the applicable share price to be 7p; the market capitalisation of the Company would be £70 million. Shareholders would have benefited from a significant increase in the value of an Ordinary Share, and the A Ordinary Shareholders would collectively have voting, dividend and distribution rights equivalent to those of an equity holding of 149,000,000 shares, being 13% of the enlarged share capital. This number would not vary thereafter, regardless of any subsequent increase in the number of shares in issue or increase in the share price.” The problem with this is that in 2016, they bought Abacus, and paid partly with shares issued at 7.5p. So, in the this new scheme if Cooke/Raven JUST GET THE SHARE PRICE BACK TO WHERE IT WAS they make £10m !!!! The reason the old share option was worthless is because they have destroyed value and the share price has collapsed. They now want to get paid to get it back to where it was. GREED! GREED! GREED !
08/1/2021
14:23
tomgold: If I call the Tavistock HQ what extension should I ask for to reach you Mr. makeamillion3? The performance of the investments is irrelevant clearly as the share price was trading higher when the company had £50m under management. Assuming you are right, AUM should be sitting at an all-time high whilst the share price still stands at a near an all-time low. You appear to be confused once again... the performance of the Tavistock share price and the performance of the Tavistock's portfolios are not related in this case. This forum relates to the share price. If you have a company that is trading at 6p with £50m of AUM and 1.3p with £1Bn of AUM, the problem is not the investment performance, it lies in something else. In my opinion, this is a management problem, in your opinion, it may be bugs bunny.. Who knows.
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