Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tricorn Group Plc LSE:TCN London Ordinary Share GB0009716340 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 7.75 0.00 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
7.50 8.00 7.75 7.75 7.75
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 22.76 0.95 2.62 3.0 4
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 7.75 GBX

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23/6/202016:30*** Tricorn Group ***34
04/12/201910:02Tricorn should be worth well over 60 pence SO GET IN AT 12p FOR THE BIG RISE1,837
12/4/201614:55Time for change?-
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Tricorn Daily Update: Tricorn Group Plc is listed in the Industrial Engineering sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TCN. The last closing price for Tricorn was 7.75p.
Tricorn Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 7.25p and a 12 week average price of 6.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6.50p.
There are currently 49,219,285 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 287,858 shares. The market capitalisation of Tricorn Group Plc is £3,814,494.59.
knowing: Wasn't this priced in with the TS Markets take no prisoners these days
wilmdav: Excellent H2 on all fronts. Scope for improved margins on a business of this sort. There is a momentum about improvements in recent results as well as the share price. Upgrades to forecasts? Http://
likitorma: Debt looks very high and should that cash flow start to suffer, the debt could be a major issue. Share price got ahead of itself, I think. Pricing too much of future EPS.
aleman: I presume you would have said the similar after the interims at the end of 2009, then, when the business stabilised with negligible earnings and similar adjusted operating cashflow. (Revenue down 42.5%, PBT down 87%, and basic EPS down 92%.) The numbers and outlook then were broadly similar - the only significant difference is the business now has twice the debt and 3.5 times as much property, plant and equipment and a Chinese investment whose 660k valuation almost certainly does not represent its ability to contribute future profit and cashflow. The share price is slightly higher now than then but the company has stabilised as a bigger business. The shares nearly doubled between reporting H2/2009 and H1/2010, as the second half 2009 numbers made it clear that a recovery had set in, and then doubled again by the time H2 2010 was reported. Any time after the interims in 2009 would have been a very profitable time to buy. Hopefully we will see a similar recovery this time as the outlook and the Stockdale forecast suggest, although nobody knows what is to come with the messy political outlook in the US, UK and elsehwere at the moment. Http://
discodave4: Perhaps you should re-read your posts, and mine, as it's clear you do not understand the meaning of sarcasm, I am anything but confused by your posts!.You have posted more than once that this could not be taken over and that they do not care about the share price - which you have also mentioned a couple of months ago, that does not constitute a "flippant" remark and I also fail to see the irony.DD
discodave4: meijiman - 10 Nov 2016 - 10:02 - 1694 of 1700 - 0"..... and they can't be taken over, they may not be bothered whether the share price is 2p or 20p."Slightly confused - 1) why can't they be taken over?, Roger Allsop is 73 and must be thinking about retiring and possibly offloading his shares. If someone took them off his hands they would have to formerly put an offer in for the Company.2) may not be bothered whether the share price is 2p or 20p?, The BoD have share options and LTIP's from 17.5p to 20p and beyond. Think they are sufficiently incentivised to not only keep taking their salaries but also to drive the share price up in order to exercise their options.DD
meijiman: I agree with alter ego! In fact I was thinking about when the shares were once high flying (over 30p)-don't recall them using their paper to do deals. Obviously there are lots of reasons why a company would like the share price higher-but one of the factors which differentiates TCN is that it can't really be taken over.
alter ego: I agree with meijiman - all he said was they are not bothered about a low share price as they don't use their stock for acquisitions. Nothing there that says they should IMO.
meijiman: Aleman-If the company agreed with these numbers (which certainly seem sensible) wouldn't they tell their adviser to put out a note with them in it. What concerns me is that as they don't use their paper for acquisitions, and they can't be taken over, they may not be bothered whether the share price is 2p or 20p. That hardly represents an alignment of interests with shareholders. Still things may be finally looking up here.
rivaldo: Not been a holder for a while (to declare my position). The results were in PBT terms slightly better than I expected, but I certainly won't be buying back in for a while. This is because: - gearing is now up to 50%, so is a little weighty, especially as - the outlook is completely unclear/opaque from today's results. The groundwork has been laid, and the opportunity is clear, but there's absolutely no sign given in the outlook as to whether trading is good, bad or indifferent, merely that they're well "positioned" and that progress is "expected". If anything, underlying demand appears weaker in both Energy and Transportation, whilst Aerospace has been suffering. I can't see the share price doing much on today's news except drifting/falling, so will hold fire until the company deigns to signal how it's actually been trading since the year end - which is already 2 1/2 months ago!
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