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Tern Plc LSE:TERN London Ordinary Share GB00BFPMV798 ORD 0.02P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.10 1.22% 8.30 1,524,040 14:19:56
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
8.10 8.50 8.35 8.20 8.35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.12 -0.78 -0.30 27
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:26:05 O 45,000 8.10 GBX

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04/3/2021
08:20
Tern Daily Update: Tern Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TERN. The last closing price for Tern was 8.20p.
Tern Plc has a 4 week average price of 7.80p and a 12 week average price of 6.05p.
The 1 year high share price is 16.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.75p.
There are currently 330,338,101 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,157,760 shares. The market capitalisation of Tern Plc is £27,418,062.38.
04/3/2021
08:33
ridicule: Tyrano. I was not referring to accounts, I was referring to prospects and likely revenue scale in order to start bringing an element of Enterprise value into the current share price. Just two comments would make a world of difference. First, how much of the Azure Marketplace tabulated pricing menu would typically be required to secure a fully Key scaler protected IoT operating IoT cloud? This gives a sense of operating scale to counter the perpetual zero revenue quotes of Jon C and his cronies. Second, does the new Microsoft IoT offering for Azure always come with Key scaler, linked through the API that has been specifically developed for that purpose or is it optional. A very important question in defining the future scale of DA prospects and in determining how seriously Microsoft takes the need to have a high level of IAM automation as endorsed by them and defined by the BSI at last week’s conference. Why not just wait until all is revealed by the next corporate event I hear you say? Because I have had significant funds committed to a multi-million shareholding in Tern that Sisto has put into suspended animation for the past 6 years by ensuring no enterprise value ever creeps into the share price JohnMa recognised the adverse ‘time value’ impact on invested money that is locked into an share price that only ever reflects basic NAV and eventually got out completely. I have kept the money in Tern that was put under water by the 2018 speeding ticket that Sisto delivered, rather than using the ‘then’ strong Tern share price to raise significant cash on the balance sheet and put it to work in delivering the declared business plan at that time of achieving significant stakes in up to 12 investee companies. Achieving adequate capital on the balance sheet is a fundamental requirement for a VC, one that Tern has yet to achieve.
03/3/2021
23:36
ridicule: Agreed Seraha66. There is a lot of financial information in that further link. I personally have an intellectual linkage problem between the enterprise schematics DA use when showing how Key scaler operates at scale on the one hand and the SaaS model construct in the Azure Market Place tables where the software price packages are aggregated across various SSDs and how that scales financially in terms of revenue streams to DA. It is clear that ‘Time’is the value measure in the same way a parking meter works, but how many parking meters are required to implement an end to end Key scaler function across a single IoT cloud and then across the Edge computing zones that link multiple clouds is very opaque. What is clear, the Sisto myth that no DA financials can be released because fellow investors may object or competitors could gain market intelligence is blown away by the Azure Market place Key scaler pricing tables. They have put the SaaS DA financials out there front and centre. If the TAG had not been undermined by those on here who attacked it, another letter would be on its way to the Chairman, asking for further clarification on the forecast revenue streams those tables infer, because that could put a rocket under the Tern share price
03/3/2021
11:29
stentorian: kcowe, Device Authority's share capital comprised 62,994 'B' shares before the October Tenth Loan Note. For the first time this loan note provided for 'B' shares to be issued to Tern, AL and AST. It was confirmed in an RNS that Tern received 12,406 'B' shares. CH documents confirmed the allotment as there are now 81,650 'B' shares. So Tern has c.15% of the 'B' shares. There are also 6,300 'C' shares. The significance is that B and C shares carve themselves 25% of any sale. The other classes of shareholders 75%. SW's comment was that the loan was very expensive to B shareholders as it eats into their share of the pie. I agree with SW, if I were Darron, I would hate cannibalising my share of the pie. From Tern's viewpoint, yum, yum.
03/3/2021
10:54
vitec: Trying to find the positives, looking at L2 it seems the MM's are absorbing all of these shares. At the moment they are happy to take quantity at 8.2p. They must have a home for them otherwise you would think the share price would be in freefall. The biggest danger to TERN is if the share price gets completely out of sync. Another investment company could easily gobble them up. If nothing else it might flush out another bidder that has the financial muscle. It has become apparent that TERN are seriously under capitalised to continue to invest in the way they want to. Hence, the stigma of a placing even when one may not be on the horizion.
03/3/2021
08:08
maarleck: Or this post that is too close to the truth that the ‘caps lock fool’ immediately tried to bury? Maarleck2 Mar '21 - 21:46 - 241966 of 242012 Edit 0 6 0 Trolls keep shouting about NAV as of 30 June 2020. Since then we have had our best quarter ever, significant business growth and pipeline, multiple contracts for FVR, a large number of new partner and investment in WYLD. I’d say the NAV by my estimation to be somewhere where we are now 8.5-9p. Trying to get this down now to make a couple of % is crazy, one announcement of a sale/investment would have a massive positive effect on the share price. What is the likes of AAA on now x16 ? You can’t base Tern on last June’s valuation, so much has happened historical valuations are pointless with the future that is looking rosier by the week. Duxy has increased his posts again, whipping up his little boys to talk the share price down again. Oh how they dance to your tune?
03/3/2021
07:55
jonc: Just been sent this by maaaaaaaarginbooooy the thread analyst: Totally agree Ebomber... goofrob - 01 Nov 2018 - 13:36:25 - 126323 of 241960 TERN, encrypting the cloud and Internet of Things. - TERN Ebomber....great find...thanks for sharing here...a matter of time. goofrob - 15 Oct 2018 - 04:54:23 - 32644 of 58815 TERN, encrypting the cloud and Internet of Things - TERN Thanks Ebomber for the breakdown of holdings. Appreciate the time you spend collating this. goofrob - 30 Sep 2018 - 17:12:37 - 122649 of 241960 TERN, encrypting the cloud and Internet of Things. - TERN I totally agree Ebomber. goofrob - 09 Sep 2018 - 18:08:30 - 119403 of 241960 TERN, encrypting the cloud and Internet of Things. - TERN Hi Ebomber. Thanks for the updated holding numbers. Tern is being held long term by relatively few people .. like me who have researched this great investment opportunity. Its obvious many people here feel as I do. GLA I am here for the long term and big rewards which will follow. Thank you for all your time Ebomber. goofrob - 27 Jul 2018 - 13:47:46 - 28036 of 58815 TERN, encrypting the cloud and Internet of Things - TERN Ebomber great idea....lots of work for you though...thankyou. Will update my numbers as I anticipate buying more. Enjoy the weekend all... goofrob - 26 Jul 2018 - 15:25:11 - 111557 of 241958 TERN, encrypting the cloud and Internet of Things. - TERN Thank you Ebomber for your work here. Look forward to seeing the latest position tomorrow. goofrob - 04 Aug 2019 - 05:37:41 - 2475 of 5377 Amur Minerals New Player on a Russian Market - AMC Ebomber..you are absolutely right...Duxy and his many aliases are a big cause of the continuing share price pressure here.A paid troll ramper. I still predict a sub 1p placing quite soon. goofrob - 04 Aug 2019 - 05:37:02 - 2474 of 5377 Amur Minerals New Player on a Russian Market - AMC Ebomber..you are absolutely right. goofrob - 31 Jul 2019 - 13:43:00 - 160207 of 241960 TERN, encrypting the cloud and Internet of Things. - TERN EBomber I agree. goofrob - 30 Jul 2019 - 14:52:48 - 160116 of 241960 TERN, encrypting the cloud and Internet of Things. - TERN EBomber...this has only one way to go goofrob - 17 Aug 2019 - 12:53:49 - 2876 of 5377 Amur Minerals New Player on a Russian Market - AMC Well said Ebomber goofrob - 15 Sep 2019 - 07:46:32 - 3536 of 5377 Amur Minerals New Player on a Russian Market - AMC I agree Ebomber.
02/3/2021
07:04
sweepie2: 2 March 2021 Tern Plc ("Tern" or the "Company") Portfolio News Tern Plc (AIM:TERN), the investment company specialising in the Internet of Things ("IoT"), is pleased to provide an update on the recent activities of a number of its portfolio companies), being Device Authority Limited ("Device Authority"), Talking Medicines Limited ("Talking Medicines") and Wyld Networks Limited ("Wyld Networks"): -- Device Authority successfully concluded its two day, sponsor funded, 'Virtual IoT Security Summit' last week, with expert speakers and strategic partners from some of the largest global players in the cyber identity and access management ("IAM") sector. The event attracted over 2,000 registrants, with over 1,400 delegates attending live topical sessions on solving the complex issues of IoT security. Support was received from Device Authority's strategic partners and industry leaders including Microsoft, BSI, EPS Global, Entrust, Ordr, Venafi and Imagination Technologies. The various presentations from the webinar can be viewed on-demand at: https://www.brighttalk.com/summit/4892-virtual-iot-security-summit/ -- Talking Medicines has been named on Healthcare UK's "First 100" list, published by the Department of International Trade, recognising the UK's leading digital health innovators. -- Wyld Networks has entered into a partnership with Fujitsu through the Fujitsu Ecosystem Platform to provide a further route to market for its products. Commenting Al Sisto, CEO of Tern, said : "I am pleased to see that the recent momentum with our portfolio companies is continuing. All have had a good start to 2021 and have promising pipelines of business. "Device Authority's IoT summit last week, funded by its partner sponsors, was a particular milestone for the company, demonstrating the depth of their relationships and the important position their KeyScaler product has in the IoT. I wholly endorse one speaker from a global software company who commented that KeyScaler is 'the glue that holds the IoT together'. "I would also like to congratulate Talking Medicines on being selected as part of Healthcare UK's 'Fast 100'. This recognises Talking Medicines' innovation and their commitment to global expansion. "I look forward to providing further regular updates on the progress of our portfolio companies in due course." Further information on Talking Medicines and the First 100 Talking Medicines has been named on Heathcare UK's "First 100" list published by the Department for International Trade. The "First 100" companies were selected after a rigorous process based on criteria including how committed they were to export and international expansion, the global uniqueness of their innovation, their track-record of working collaboratively with Healthcare UK, their responsiveness, and how well they represent the UK journey and direction in digital health, particularly with the NHS. The Department for International Trade have stated the list will be updated twice a year. The First 100 campaign is backed by Healthcare UK, European Connected Health Alliance (ECHA), Association of British HealthTech Industries (ABHI), Scottish Development International, Innovate UK, HIMSS and the National Association of Primary Care (NAPC). Commenting, Hassan Chaudhury, digital health specialist, Healthcare UK, said: "The First 100 articulates the exportable strengths that the UK has in health tech and showcases those that stand out for being tried and tested and most importantly, making a difference across one of the most complex health systems in the world, during its most challenging time."
01/3/2021
11:16
vitec: This is exactly what happens when expectations run high, you have silence from the company and disappointment sets in. People sell. The difference this time around is that we know progress is being made and at some point that will be realised. To make share price progress you need progressive communication that reinforces that the progress you believe is being made is visible. TERN suffers from one major setback and that is it is on very few people's radars. Change that and you will a completely different share price The stigma of bucket shop placings also needs to be removed and that those investing have confidence that they are not going to be stung. I remember buying 200k shares first thing in the morning only to find an announcement later on that same morning saying that a placing was going to take place. Investors have long memories and when they entrust their money they expect at the very least that trust to be reciprocated.
01/3/2021
11:06
vitec: Don't you get it. No one knows about TERN to invest in it other than those that post on this BB. That is the difference between TERN and AAA and Piri, they market themelves, we don't. I have said it before and I will say it again. Sisto does not care about the share price and shareholders whims needing to see it going up steadily. He is only interested in an exit and when that comes you will not see the share price for dust. There is a saying "if you want to change something in your life, then you need to change something in your life". Sisto is not going to change. If you cannot live with that then you have to sell and move on. This for me is a binary investment. Put up with Sisto good and bad, or sell up. I have chosen the former.
01/3/2021
09:15
philjeans: If you want to see TERN share price rising, I would suggest you; 1. Filter all trolls - you should know by now you will never learn anything useful from paid shorters 2. Stop talking the price down by moaning and telling readers here how bad the management is 3. Bring forward all the excellent research items you have all found in the last week to drown out the TERN deniers. We LTH's know the underlying enterprise value of our investee companies is worth multitudes of the NAV the BOD still quotes. Be positive - this is going to double by the end of lockdown.
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