Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tern LSE:TERN London Ordinary Share GB00BFPMV798 ORD 0.02P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.375p -6.67% 5.25p 5.00p 5.50p 5.875p 5.125p 5.625p 2,124,142 15:25:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 0.1 5.3 6.4 0.8 6.80

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18/11/2017
08:16
It's guaranteed. upthegardenpath 18 Nov '17 - 08:07 - 78633 of 78633 1 1 It's taken years but finally at least now you've admitted that 'nothing' was/is a possibility.
loughton
18/11/2017
08:07
Mikey - how the hell can 'nothing' ever have been a possibility. Remember we have the only solution that everybody wants and we are top of the pile ! How the hell could anybody, specially people in the know (that's not you !) be selling out when it's such a certainty ? It's taken years but finally at least now you've admitted that 'nothing' was/is a possibility.
upthegardenpath
17/11/2017
23:35
Argyle, thanks for sharing that. My take on this has always been that it was a binary bet, black or white, all or nothing. No partial success, no mediocre middle ground. There were plenty of ways to fail, one way to succeed and nothing in between. It appears that AF was prepared to bail before the 'all or nothing' played out, taking something small off the table rather than risking the 'nothing' option. Fair enough I suppose but I don't suppose I am the only investor who is here for the 'all' outcome that Al clearly believes in, as evidenced by his legendary 'top of the pile' comment. If you look at FLX or ECSC you will see two slightly different routes to 'nothing' but both are based on competing with the big boys rather than co-operating and both make the mistake that you see in countless tech firms - deciding on a product and then trying to convince customers of it's merit rather than spotting a problem in advance and solving it (think BLUR as a textbook example). There is still clearly a belief that 'all' remains the goal here and deals such as Comodo and Multos evidence the fact that DA have something that the key players defining the future need to utilise to get where they need to be. This has taken longer than any of us expected but it looks like it's actually all unfolding now and 'all' is still in sight, regardless of AF or anyone else cashing in their chips right now.
mike routhorn
17/11/2017
23:03
DA are aligning themselves with the global leaders in each field.
still waiting
17/11/2017
23:02
TT. just looking at the dots.
still waiting
17/11/2017
22:45
I've never been prompted to share the following until resent events, it's not bad, breathe easy, just differing perspectives, I dont think Angus and Al were quite on the same page from the beginning. This from a long time ago.... I attended the proactive presentation a couple years back (Angus presenting) and in the informal little chat afterwards, Angus was keen to accept a theoretical £50M cheque offering from trotters (a previous investor) to buy the whole lot, (trotty, forgive me if i'm getting u confused with someone else, but i think not, carl19 was there too i believe, but not jaba, he was off talking to Bruce Leith) upon the acceptance by Angus of the theoretical £50m, trotters promptly said what we then gathered small group of stunned investors were all thinking, 'But Al is seeing a unicorn in this..' 'Ah, yes.' says Angus, 'But Al is something of a dreamer...' Lots of water under the bridge since then, it was a long time ago, and device authority are now a completely differetn beast. But it was evidence of... Angus thinking small, hence wanting to sell out. Al thinking big, hence no sell out... I'm just saying Angus and AL didnt seem well aligned from the start in terms of DA future true value. GL longs, despite my recent critical and frustrated posts given the SP, i'm still onboard with the idea for DA to do something very special
argyle underclap
17/11/2017
22:36
SW - Is your post re Gemalto in connection with a certain DA board member?
tacticaltrader
17/11/2017
22:16
Digicert highlight feedback in their tweet around 3 hours ago. DigiCert, Inc.‏Verified account @digicert 3h3 hours ago [at around 7:00pm tonight Nov 17] More “I can't think of a better CA than DigiCert to take over the Symantec roots & provide a smooth transition [to] customers” "I can't think of a better CA than DigiCert to take over the Symantec roots & provide a smooth transition [to] customers." Jody Cloutier, former Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Cryptographic Ecosystem @digicert
tullynessle
17/11/2017
21:46
I wonder if Gemalto is the focus of the Comodo/DA push for sim ? Gemalto is an international digital security company providing software applications, secure personal devices such as smart cards and tokens, and managed services. It is the world’s largest manufacturer of SIM cards. Telecommunications Gemalto provides software solutions, subscriber identity modules (SIM) and managed services to more than 700 million subscribers in the telecommunications market. Gemalto has more than 400 mobile telecom operator customers worldwide. Gemalto supplies contact and contactless cards, EMV chip cards, payment terminals, and user authentication solutions for secure online banking. According to the Nilson report, Gemalto is the largest provider of chip cards, selling 1.5 billion chip cards, representing 49 percent of the market. At the start of 2010 in Germany 20 million ATM cards and 3.5 million credit cards were hit by an end-of-the-decade programming glitch which prevented them working.[15] Gemalto’s customers include 300 banks. Gemalto worldwide banking and retail customers include Abbey U.K, ABN AMRO Netherlands, Atkia, Finland, American Express, Banque Accord (France), Accord Italia (Italy), Caisse d'Épargne (France), La Caixa (Spain), Crédit Agricole (France), Diners Club Croatia, Findomestic Italy, Fortis Belgium. Hansabank Estonia, HBOS UK, HSBC UK, ING Belgium, JCB, LHV Pank Estonia, National Bank of Greece, OpBank, Parex Bank (Latvia), Sampo (Finland), Société; Générale, Agip France, Arena Netherlands, BMW, B.P., Esso, Sodexo, and Total France.[16]
still waiting
17/11/2017
21:30
WTAF???????????? dave444 17 Nov '17 - 21:28 - 78624 of 78624 0 0 Tech - the poor results have impacted FLX - they just eat up money - no chance of profitability in next 12 months That is the difference????????????????????? WTAF???????????? That is DA EXACTLY.
loughton
17/11/2017
21:28
Tech - the poor results have impacted FLX - they just eat up money - no chance of profitability in next 12 monthsThat is the difference
dave444
17/11/2017
21:23
It seems the bod at flx have an interview with the financial press once every other week and have the backing of the shareprophets but which all equals zilch in terms of its share price. I much prefer the approach taken by Mr Sisto even though that is not everyone's cup of tea but just look at what bod ramping has done to flx and you will see what I mean.
tech_ip
17/11/2017
20:48
Ffs if ukog found a patch of oil under a car in the car park they would of issued an rns and the price would of gone ballistic for days. Tern/DA gets an f’ing great contract and hardly a ripple. Absolutely pathetic.
warrenfingerfood
17/11/2017
19:38
You're right, in the RNS, it states: 5. Date on which the threshold was crossed or reached(vi) :          ;          ;          ;          ;          ;          ;          ;          ;          ;          ;   16 November 2017 6. Date on which issuer notified (DD/MM/YYYY):        ;          ;          ;          ;          ;          ; 17 November 017 But often, the notifications are delayed, despite the dates stated. Depends when they can be bothered to declare it. Nobody polices it. To add Dave, look at AF's Holding Notification on the 10th. The threshold was reached on the 8th according to the RNS and the issuer was notified on the 9th. Yet we know he was selling over many days, so even if the 8th was accurate for the threshold being reached, it's not the date he started selling them (or the date he gave the instruction to sell to the broker), if you get my drift.
aimshare
17/11/2017
19:31
Aim they were sold yesterday so probably before the news!
dave444
17/11/2017
19:28
Bit of an assumption made by some that they were sold after the news. They could have been sold before it, just as AF did. Nobody was expecting the Comodo news, least of all an estranged ex Director. Just because the notification was today, it doesn't mean they were sold today or yesterday either.
aimshare
17/11/2017
19:10
Well Piddle I think I hold a lot more than you. Problem is because of that I'm probably losing a lot more than you. You're probably like Mikey all mouth and no shares.
upthegardenpath
17/11/2017
18:51
Have a great weekend guys and stay away from these threads...
siddle
17/11/2017
18:50
DaveLol. Up is just another plank as can be seen from his uninformed rants. He's no holder of TERN I promise you and your wasting time explaining something he has no interest in.Clear one matter with him and he will jump onto the next uninformed point without a mention of the one before.And on and on he will continue...
siddle
17/11/2017
18:40
I guess if half of them you bought at 2p and the other half at 1.25p and a small amount at 9p and you do not know what is going on - you might conclude selling at a profit at least for some of them to cover your outlay means the rest are for free or you could sell them all for a guaranteed profit!
dave444
17/11/2017
18:26
Dave - so he fought to get them - why so desperate to sell when everything looking so wonderful ?????????
upthegardenpath
17/11/2017
18:12
Comodo retweet Device Authority Signs Multi-Year Global OEM Agreement to Power Comodo CA IoT Security Service hubs.ly/H09b-2D0 by @deviceauthority @ComodoNews
kkrriiss2
17/11/2017
17:45
The idiots on the j0ke thread are squabbling. Penny drop anyone? Bless.
loughton
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