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TERN Tern Plc

2.85
0.00 (0.00%)
24 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tern Plc 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
  0.00 0.00% 2.85 2.70 3.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Finance Services 66k -10.45M -0.0269 -1.06 11.07M
Tern Plc is listed in the Finance Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TERN. The last closing price for Tern was 2.85p. Over the last year, Tern shares have traded in a share price range of 1.65p to 10.50p.

Tern currently has 388,571,510 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Tern is £11.07 million. Tern has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -1.06.

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14/6/2021
08:13
Remarkable Azure Growth
kkrr11ss2
14/6/2021
08:12
That must be the fifteenth time you have filtered me.Lol
jonc
14/6/2021
08:06
A pretty poor attempt to drop it this morning from the trolls.

D-

still waiting
14/6/2021
07:56
Wyld IPO heavily oversubscribed.

The only way in now is to buy TERN shares.

One small problem, drastically diminished free float..

Holding tight to my golden tickets....big news very close...

TERN....investment of a lifetime, turning grains of sand into gold.

sarcoline
14/6/2021
07:56
#267611

As an electronics engineer , I did know that. So did Intelsat, but they chose Wyld because their USP is in the algorithms. Stop trying to rather stupidly tell people that Wyld is an 'also ran' when it isn't.

Mr Bombast doubles down with additional zero content and then takes his football away. I did not say Wyld is an also ran. If they have a communications stack that makes more efficient use of the available spectrum then more power to their arm. The IP is not in power use it is in the communications stack.

The threat to them as I see it and as I have mentioned before is that if they depend on unlicensed spectrum they everyone else can jump in and use it as well. The requirement will be that they play nicely with each other and that means standards and that means a repetition of FIDO whereby Wyld will have to give up their technological advantage to become part of the new standard.

...

ellipses
14/6/2021
07:54
Buying changed here some weeks back, I wonder how long it takes to set up an ipo and how many new faces need to get involved?
robberywithviolets
14/6/2021
07:44
Very positive when that happens.
oldishrocker
14/6/2021
07:42
You got it wrong yet again John C. I do not try and make people lose their hard-earned money by continuously and cynically writing posts that you hope will make them sell. You do, you nasty little non-entity.

We are very different and only someone of very limited intellect would use a Turnip and a swede to try to highlight that.

Don't bother responding because I am turning your oxygen off as well.

ridicule
14/6/2021
07:35
Keep your eye on this newsfeed as there must be a pretty good chance over the next few days of the Offer for Wyld shares closing early due to demand.
riddlerone
14/6/2021
07:34
Oh dear, this going to be more difficult than I thought.

the spectrum while useful available and essential, That's why Wyld makes a big play about spectrum Ellipses. It was in my post, but you failed to comprehend. Reread the word essential!
You wrote:

Companies such as Microchip will sell you ready-made solutions for Lora with sleep currents down to 790nA. I assume you know what a nano amp is and I assume you might be able to guess that since the functionality is available the people who build stuff with such devices actually know how to make use of such functionality.

As an electronics engineer , I did know that. So did Intelsat, but they chose Wyld because their USP is in the algorithms. Stop trying to rather stupidly tell people that Wyld is an 'also ran' when it isn't.

You trolls just cannot cope when challenged. Do not bother responding because I will not engage with you in order to give you oxygen.

ridicule
14/6/2021
07:32
I see the usual know nothing burger flippers have chipped in some meaningful comments. Top tip. If you don't know the technology behind the companies you are investing in don't give up the job at McDonald's and leave your money in the Post Office account.
ellipses
14/6/2021
07:31
Bang on cue the other nonentity appears. Must be sweating...
blueblood
14/6/2021
07:30
investor12514 Jun '21 - 07:28 - 267607 of 267607 (Filtered)
jonc
14/6/2021
07:28
Quite pathetic ELLIPSES....then thats what we expect from a paid troll clown.
investor125
14/6/2021
07:27
I thought that Captain Ridiculous was a turnip but it transpires that he is in fact a swede.
jonc
14/6/2021
07:23
Is that the best you can do copy and paste dribble...... deluded person
tialouise
14/6/2021
07:17
#267561

Coming in late on this afternoon was Ellipses who played a blinder. He decided to attack the fact that Wyld was using unlicensed spectrum! Completely missed the point that the spectrum while useful available and essential, is not the Wyld hot button! That is reserved for the very clever algorithms that can switch very hi tech batteries on and off at just the right fleeting moments to effect the communication and allows them to achieve a life of ten years.

Oh do try to shut up Mr Bombast. Why is it that in every interview the head man from WYLD makes a big play about unlicensed spectrum and the cost savings. Why is it that WYLDs IP relates to the communications stack used on the devices. Why is it that...



Companies such as Microchip will sell you ready made solutions for Lora with sleep currents down to 790nA. I assume you know what a nano amp is and I assume you might be able to guess that since the functionality is available the people who build stuff with such devices actually know how to make use of such functionality.

Or are you suggesting WYLD has some new super duper semiconductor process technology that absolutely blows companies such as Microchip into the weeds. If that is the case why are they bothering with the full stack. Why not just become a fabless semiconductor manufacturer and watch the billions roll in?

God you do like making yourself look more stupid than you claim I am.

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ellipses
14/6/2021
06:50
Expecting big blue day here today :-)
blueblood
13/6/2021
23:17
Since the launch of Nasdaq First North Growth Market, there have been 100 companies with an accumulated market cap of over 76.3 billion euros that have matured and transferred over to our Nasdaq Nordic Main Market
blackbear
13/6/2021
22:37
They’ve still never offered a reason why Keyscaler isn’t going to clear up here.

Biden EO ticking and will wipe them out one at a time, depends who holds out their position longest.

Hope it’s CLP.

still waiting
13/6/2021
22:29
A Caplocks stuck pig reeling in a sea of profanities. Cap locks you are unbelievably basic. A little brain with absolutely no intellectual input. Do you not realise that these outbursts full of profanities type cast you as a non entity?
ridicule
13/6/2021
22:10
Sarcoline, where did you hear that the Wyld IPO is heavily oversubscribed? Good news is true but want to know your source.
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