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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tavistock Investments Plc LSE:TAVI London Ordinary Share GB00BLNMLS43 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.45 6,530 08:00:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.40 1.50 1.515 1.45 1.45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 28.80 -5.74 -0.95 9
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:06:47 O 30 1.41 GBX

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22/1/2021
08:20
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 1.45p.
Tavistock Investments Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.32p and a 12 week average price of 1.32p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.30p.
There are currently 607,795,801 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 651,577 shares. The market capitalisation of Tavistock Investments Plc is £8,813,039.11.
09/1/2021
13:22
makeamillion3: The FUM growth when created within the business is important to the share price. Previous growth to FUM were done through purchases via creations of shares and dilutions of the share price. Exactly what would have been voted down. So if organic growth within the business is made, and outgoings are cut, the profit increases. If the increase of FUM is externally made, the past form has been dilutions, hence the reduction. My understanding anyway. Anyway; that’s all folks
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.
05/1/2021
11:24
phillzy1: Could not agree more Raph, for comedy value I looked up the performance of the share price over 1Y, 3Y and 5Y, not looking too good, -33%, -57%, -76% respectively. Which puts Tavistock in the 4th quartile on 1Y and 5Y basis but 3rd (surprisingly!) over 3 years. Maybe the long-term incentive plan is due to the fact the share price performance is not bottom quartile for all the 3 time periods but only 2 of the above. Congratulations over 3Yrs there are worse management teams out there.
22/12/2020
12:22
tomgold: I'm sorry but your logic does not make sense here. If you have an ISA with Tavistock's funds and are disappointed with the performance you can just exit with no charges... Are you suggesting that the share price is down here because of poor investment management? Maybe you're dizzy too... I appreciate I might not have the same level of knowledge that you do when it comes to the performance of their funds however this is completely irrelevant. AUM has gone to about £1.2bn from £0 in 2014. The share price has gone from 7.5p to 1.35p. Perhaps you should think about that. Vendetta confirmed. Lay off the eggnog...
22/12/2020
11:23
makeamillion3: Thanks Tom... vendetta against Peel? Not a vendetta, just disappointed with lack of performance against the market prior to Covid. I’m stating facts of my holdings. I appreciate markets have rebounded but I look at the quartile ranking and peel was consistently in quartile four. Check trustnet for info... I left my holding before transferring away to give leiper a chance, and as stated impressed with the recent upturn and looks like either the spade work was done by Peel or the new investment manager Leiper is doing well. Either way, my ISA will remain in the Tavistock portfolio. I’m also aware the dizzy heights percentage. Hence the word ‘dizzy’... I just want the share price back and some of my losses recouped. Like most. The FUM needs to grow for the business to be profitable. Obvious for all to see. As I stated twice, let’s hope that a way forward to suit all is found.
22/12/2020
10:58
tomgold: Does mr. makeamillion3 have a personal vendetta against Peel?? I don't know when the guy left, how good or bad his performance was but markets have rebounded since the march drawdown. If it's his departure, markets or both, I don't know, I don't care and frankly it does not matter. This business makes money on AUM, if its £1B / £1.2B it doesn't really matter even if the tooth fairy is looking after it, so far these accounts are riddled with BS provisions, write downs and fruitless capital raises. Who is in control of all of these, the management board. Why was the GM cancelled? Because some larger shareholders probably caught on to what Raven/Cooke were up to. FYI, the 'dizzy heights' of 6.5p are now a almost 500% increase from the current share price....
22/12/2020
09:30
makeamillion3: Hi Phil, Yes sorry.... my ISA managed by them has increased within their portfolios and as I say, performance appears to have increased since Peels disappearance... maybe his plans bearing fruit, or a different philosophy, but either way, it’s a decent turnaround. As you say, the share price is shocking. I’ve been in a while also and each drop I’ve bought more to ‘average down’... now this share alone in my holdings is a long way down.... My other shares have rescued me and reduced my loses... The dizzy heights of 6,5 and 4p look along way off.... Some company statement to long standing share holders would be very welcome. We can wish....
22/12/2020
09:19
phillzy1: I can't comment for the performance of the tavistock investments portfolios but can only assume you're impressed with that performance. As far as the the share price is concerned Tavistock is down 35% on the year, 30% on a 1 year basis and a grand slam of 75% on a 5Y chart. This stock underperforms is every metric. I appreciate your other ISA investments have increased but as someone who has had this sitting in their SIPP for best part of 5 years constantly decreasing in value with false promises by the board, exhaustive capital raises and management compensation increase at a similar rate it is incredibly frustrating to watch. Add the last 2 RNSs and we are talking borderline CRIMINAL! I have taken losses I doubt I will ever recover from and the management wants to further increase their long term options incentives!! I question how independent the chairman of this company is as he has clearly failed to protect the interests of shareholders other than HIS management team. As per the current track record, any cost savings or beneficial news to the companies' finances have so far either been written off; used to line the management's pockets or been diluted away. This company should have had one of it's best interim performances given the markets bounced back and furlough allowed to them save in staff wages. Again, this board has had 6 years to add any value to the company, it has failed to do (organic/via acquisition). There is no reason why it should continue to operate with them at the helm. So to answer your question, my pick would be Plan C and Plan R but knowing full well how these people operate I wouldn't rule out plan P.
22/11/2020
08:48
graham1ty: Any company that whinges about its share price is dodgy: “The Directors consider that the Company is chronically undervalued with a market capitalisation of some £10.0 million and have confirmed this view in discussions with independent experts. At its current microcap scale, the Company's share price is susceptible to volatile movements based upon extremely low trading volumes and values. For example, in the month of October 2020 there were just 55 trades, for a total of 868,000 shares at an aggregate value of less than £14,000. This represents less than 0.15% of the Company's issued share capital. Yet this very low level of activity resulted in a 30% adverse movement in the share price. The Directors believe that such disproportionate volatility can only be eliminated effectively through the development of a much larger, dividend paying business with a higher proportion of the Company's shares in public hands. This would be best achieved by combining continued organic growth with an accelerated, acquisition-led growth strategy. The Directors are actively focused on how best to achieve such a strategy in a manner that delivers value to shareholders before rewarding the leadership team. I look forward to updating you in due course.”
21/11/2020
16:19
graham1ty: I am always surprised there is not more comment on Raven’s “colourfulR21; past. Forced to resign from Gladstone in 2001, forced out of Card Clear before that for “misrepresenting to the Board the nature of a payment”. A couple of very dodgy plc departures. And Chairman Oliver Cooke shares some of the history...... hxxps://citywire.co.uk/wealth-manager/news/profile-how-this-consolidator-has-gone-from-zero-to-national-player/a819675 Zero to National Player, and almost back to zero. Completely untrustworthy. The share price has fallen consistently and anyone taking Placing shares at 7.5p (2013) 7.5p ( 2014), 2p (2015), 7.5p (2016), 3p (2016), 3.28p (2018) 2p (2020) is losing money. A quick totting up and those fundraisings totalled over £10m. So, TAVI have lost most shareholders money
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