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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  4.15 46.89% 13.00 7,135,394 16:46:02
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
12.00 12.50 12.25 8.85 8.85
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.11 -0.31 -0.10 31
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:05:53 O 60,000 13.00 GBX

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17/10/2019
09:20
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 8.85p.
Tern Plc has a 4 week average price of 7.25p and a 12 week average price of 7.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 21.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6.88p.
There are currently 236,676,887 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 593,570 shares. The market capitalisation of Tern Plc is £30,767,995.31.
05/10/2019
18:02
maarleck: STATE OF DUXY - PANICKED & DESPERATE The more you keep avoiding my questions, ignoring me or calling me scum; the more I will keep exposing your lies and deceit. I’ve called you out from the first time I posted here, asking what your motives were and why Tern, you dodged that question too. Here are my questions again in case you have forgotten. Duxy, for the record; as you state you have no financial interest in Tern and you’re only here to save people from a bad investment; please answer for the record the following to questions. 1. Do you have any financial interest in Tern whether it being paid to manipulate the share price or long or short position in shares or CFDs? 2. Have ever had a communication in person or any form of mail, email, social media or any other sort with any person from Shareprofits? 3. Are part of any consortium or team interested in share purchasing or team in relation to the manipulation of share prices? 4. Have more than one persona on ADVFN for purposes of influencing investors? I look forward to your honest answers for the record. If of course you would be willing to make them public record. If you aren’t, obviously you have been lying, have something to hide and obviously have financial agenda in posting here.
04/10/2019
07:39
johnma: Duxy Tern share price prediction 5p wrongAMC share price prediction 5.5p wrongEverything else is noise and BS - time to raise the white flag and come out.
01/10/2019
12:56
jamonit: mickrick, the share price is relevant for two reasons: firstly it allows people to trade in and out. This isn't relevant to lths who are happy to sit and wait, as I believe most significant holders here are. And in this sense, it mimics Alsop Louis as they have no share price to be concerned about. The value of their company will rise and fall unseen and not known about, because that value would only become apparent if they attempted to sell the business. Secondly, it allows fund raises with less dilution. And I agree that this is a pretty major issue. But again, to compare to AL. When they were a younger company, prior to an exit, they will have had no way of raising cash other than stumping up the cash themselves, bringing in more shareholders, or borrowing the money. In both the latter cases they face dilution too. In the first, increased risk and an effective drop in the 'share price' equivalent (cost of their part of the company). AL have been going for 13 years. I have little doubt that when they were as young as Tern, incoming investors and/or borrowed cash would have been expensive or hard to raise. Once an exit occurred, no doubt things became a lot easier, not least because the company would then have raised it's own capital. This difficult patch is the stage that Tern are at. Once an exit occurs, then everything becomes easier. Tern and AL are incubators. But they're also companies in their own right. As such they too need a degree of incubating in the early stages. Tern are not yet out of that early stage and won't be until there's an exit. Look to AL as an example of how it works. I know your point is that a raised share price should allow easier cash raises for less dilution. But this isn't necessarily the case. Just because punters on AIM have pumped the share price up to a given value (see june last year) doesn't mean that a potential source of further funding agrees with that valuation. Tern's share price could be 50p, but the source might say 'no, we believe 30p is fairer value. It's likely that AS feels it necessary to hold the price down a little to allow for rapid fund raises when the need occurs. When that first exit happens, then the whole ball game changes. See the fund raises at low prices as part of the initial investment in a startup (tern) that's being incubated. Whilst dilution should be minimised, it's also inevitable. Just as costs are inevitable opening a manufacturing business or whatever. I don't know what AL's first exit was, but I believe that we're especially fortunate in having investee companies that are performing especially well, and consequently our first exit will be truly transformational.
01/10/2019
10:38
jamonit: Sweepie, do please shut up. Pretty please? In considering Tern's approach to providing information on its investee companies, look at the other investment trust company that's invested in DA..... Alsop Louis. Do they announce every development at their investee companies? No. The two companies are the same. The only difference between them and Tern is simply that they are not listed. Like Tern, the people who comprise AL are invested with a view to generating a return upon asset sales. Upon such events, there will be cash income and presumably dividends, and a theoretical increase in the value of AL as a business were they to sell it. Those people with money in Alsop Louis have only this to look forward to. Investors in Tern also rely upon asset sales. The two companies are the same in terms of their business model. So Tern investors, who are us on the open market as opposed to a small group of private investors, also look forward to cash income and a dividend. Just like the AL people. The difference is that where AL people also look forward to a theoretical increase in the value of their company as well as cash and dividends, we have a concomitant share price rise to look forward to as well. The price we pay for this is the nervous roller coaster ride of the markets that's driven mainly by short termers and shorters. But if Tern were not listed, then none of us would have the opportunity to be invested at all. Not without setting up an AL type company ourselves. SO count your blessings. Another angle to consider is that Tern may have to factor in Alsop Louis' views in terms of publicity. If it is actually AL's policy not to shout too loud about investee progress, they would not appreciate Tern doing so because that policy would be udermined. In fact I seem to recall a bit of a fracas breaking out a couple of years ago over this where AL compained about Tern saying too much. Anyone else remember? The point is that the share price is just a distraction. When exits happen, Tern's share price value will rise just as AL's value will rise. The game in this share is all about exit value. Nothing else. Zilch. AL investors are carrying the same amount of risk as regards the investments and I'll bet they're not whinging and whining every five minutes of every day.
26/9/2019
10:31
cheshire: Having thought about the way that the share price has been allowed to bump along around the 10p level for some time, it makes me believe that it is clearly part of the TERN boards plan to keep the share price at these levels for as long as possible. But why, many shareholders are underwater at this level, and some have consequently lost faith and sold up. I might suggest that the current stealth strategy could all be related to share options. Directors and senior players in TERN are quite likely to incentivised by allocation of share options at the current SP, but usually as a percentage of salary. So if you are heading for the stars at some point in the future, you maximise your holding in options by keeping the share price low.
24/9/2019
09:26
ebomber: dave444 I entirely agree. If I were short (alternative mechanisms available) then my window of opportunity is from now to results to finally close any trading position. Direct correlation between frequency of troll activity and unusual large "sell" trades in run up to results and imminent portfolio news. Unfortunately troll activity does adversely impact the flow of this excellently researched thread. I apologise now for my automated contributions. Too much portfolio company progress banked but not reflected in the current TERN share price.
17/9/2019
10:58
andrbea: Fvr to be the star unicorn.. And DA.. well, it never looked stronger: nCipher, Thales, Tech Mahindra, Intel, Microsoft, Wipro, Stryker, 3D Systems, Scania and HID ... all getting nearer to DA in 2019, than ever before 'cause they all need the 'secret orange sauce' of KeyScaler to achieve scalability, ultra-fast device provisioning and lifetime device and certificate management. Any device, any network, any platform, any Cloud. all that and the tern share price still only 2p above a very, very historic NAV. Crazy, crazy low share price... This time next year..
12/9/2019
20:43
mike routhorn: Miketurnermk, if I recall correctly share price were predicting a Tern share price of 0.5p and advising people to sell at 2p, just before the run up to 57p. They've always hated Tern for some unknown reason and the humiliation of them piously and boastfully steering their subscribers away from a 25 bagger in a matter of weeks will not have helped. There's history, particularly relating to an ex Tern director but exactly who is mates with who, who is bitter, who wants to shaft who and who is talking to who remains a squalid mystery. I'm just glad that it doesn't matter and the investee companies are going to push the Tern price into the pounds.
08/9/2019
18:15
ebomber: Direct correlation between number of filtered troll posts over a weekend and percentage gain in share price the following trading week. I therefore expect an especially good week of share price gains next week for TERN plc. Transformational revaluation imminent. Remember only 1% market share and over £1.00 share price.
06/9/2019
14:53
jonc: This was a cracker and noting has changed. Statement re: Share Price Movement Tern Plc (AIM: TERN), the investment company specialising in the Internet of Things ("IoT"), notes the recent continuation of the rise in its share price and the Board confirms it knows of no reason for the price rise, save for the ongoing developments and collaborations previously announced. As detailed in its portfolio announcement of 16 May 2018, the current aggregate balance sheet valuation of Tern's investments is approximately GBP11 million. Following Tern's most recent fundraising on 14 May 2018, which raised GBP700,000 at a price of 18.5 pence per share, and the subsequent investment in FundamentalVR and loan to Device Authority, the cash position of Tern as of 12 June 2018 is GBP1.49m.
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