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Tern Plc LSE:TERN London Ordinary Share GB00BFPMV798 ORD 0.02P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -4.17% 11.50p 1,479,997 15:22:40
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
11.00p 12.00p 12.10p 11.25p 12.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.11 -0.31 -0.10 27.2

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19/5/2019
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 12p.
Tern Plc has a 4 week average price of 7.25p and a 12 week average price of 6.88p.
The 1 year high share price is 58p 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 1,354,535 shares. The market capitalisation of Tern Plc is £27,217,842.01.
08/5/2019
22:27
hawkind: I bet Johnma is wetting himself tonight with the spurs comeback, hopefully next month we will all be wetting ourselves with excitement of the TERN share price
08/5/2019
09:48
mudbath: I very much liked stentorian's post on May 2nd. (It seems an age ago now,yet just a week since the TERN share price languished around 8p ! ) "The lasting memory that I had from the AGM concerned one of AS' explanations about why DA/Tern were largely silent about naming customers. There was a great deal of secrecy demanded by customers due to the sensitivities surrounding data security - this reflected in restricted deal announcements. DA too had efficencies against its competitiors by not disclosing who its customers were. It was pointed out to AS that there had been an example of attempts at not naming customers only for the customer to be impliedly disclosed in DA webinars. The example of the DA/Syrocon webinar was given where there was a picture of a surgical eye laser machine - where a perfunctory Google picture search revealed that that machine on a slide was manufactured by Carl Zeiss AG. AS didn't dispute Carl Zeiss AG were a DA client. He did go on to say that DA was experiencing tremendous growth in the healthcare sector. The primary motivator for companies was not just securing paient data, the manufacturers of the machines did not want their operational software intercepted by "Far Eastern" companies (read China). Healthcare companies like Zeiss are updating their machines constantly to constantly optimise their machine performance. KeyScaler allows point-to-point encryption of these machines so it is easy to see the advantages it affords. I'm surprised Huawei haven't attempted to snap DA up!"
04/5/2019
07:49
tyrano1: This may simply be a means of raising market awareness in the US. I don't think it's primary objective is to increase the Tern share price, at least not directly.Terns MO is to seek US style valuations for the portfolio companies. This listing is possibly designed as an enabler for that. Once you've raised awareness for the portfolio you could decide that the best strategy for DA would be to list in its own right. That would probably be more successful if awareness has already been built up.
03/5/2019
08:45
mudbath: JonC Please advise when the TERN share price is no longer in a downwards trend. Cheers.
01/5/2019
09:36
mudbath: Nothing to be disappointed about here sweepie2;just savour the gradual inception of a long term bull run in the TERN share price.
30/4/2019
11:38
sweepie2: No problem, anybody want to help me paint a wall at my bedsit as watching paint dry is a lot more interesting than watching the Tern share price
30/4/2019
08:00
jonc: Unlike the TERN share price.
24/4/2019
13:55
meganxmas: My main takeaways : Start with the bad … 1) Staying with a broker that couldn’t do better than a bucket shop fund raise via a bunch of shysters 2) Staying with a PR agency that clearly doesn’t know how to build enthusiasm on AIM. Think will continue to use RNS Reach. 3) Format of Q&As doesn’t work for 2 reasons – AS not the right person to deliver (Sarah did OK today reading the questions) and what’s the point if can’t / won’t answer questions asked. They did read them out honestly warts and all but that actually does more harm than good if hide behind Nomad / commerciality wall. 4) Didn’t answer the distribution question directly – but never expected them to. I think the answer was very fair ie depends on commercial position at time. I would want them to retain at least £10m for new / follow on investments. Only thereafter would I be thinking of distributions. He also talked about doing things as tax efficiently as possible. 5) Still focuses on NAV albeit did also cover NAV per share. AS basically said speeding ticket issued last year as price had gone too far too fast and that investors need to realise that Investment Companies are valued based on NAV. This is frustrating for us all who believe / know there to be far greater intrinsic value within InVMA, DA and FVR at a very minimum. Think we just need to accept that they see this as an investment fund vehicle and that for us value will be shown only on refinancings or exits. At current prices this has huge upside … in my opinion. 6) Wyld is still early days … in process of appointing CEO and continuous improvement of patents. No indication as to what their differentiator is. That’ll be commercial sensitivity again ! But there was also lots of good and I would encourage all to read the presentation, particularly the pages on DA and FVR … 1) The Board do not overpay themselves. AS remuneration £84k and in general are in lowest quartile for AIM companies. This is good as keeps our operational costs down. I know there is the sale bonus but ata least ongoing costs minimised prior to exits. 2) DA is definitely on the right track and building a very valuable company. 9 patents that delivers an integrated solution that no competitor can replicate. Competitors have to use multiple solutions to come close to matching. Key differentiators are better value via SAAS model, simplicity of installation and use, gives a significant advantage in non traditional networking environments and in particular when non human operated environments. Sales are definitely building albeit bit by bit due to SAAS model. Sounded very excited about HID partnership and the multitude reseller opportunities therein. Focus on medical and industrial is key to quickly accelerating sales as although works in “just about every area of the IOT market”. 3) FVR is clearly going to be massive. My take. Training, Insurance data, Performance of Surgeons, etc, etc. Leader in its field with a unique SAAS based platform. Honestly can see this becoming worth many many multiples of investment. As stated above look at the slides including market size. 4) Are looking at different ways to monetise and raise funds for investee companies including VC / Series A (Europe) and Series B funding in US at US type valuations. IPOs also possibilities at some point in future. Don’t focus on number of bads versus number of goods. Key here is that investee companies are most definitely worth far far more than NAV and / or the Tern share price. And that value is increasing very quickly (now) with the take up now being demonstrated by both DA and FVR (and also in my opinion InVMA). With AS as CEO don’t expect communication to change dramatically - it won’t. Create some cash value from existing investments and take away dilution from investors that would be my plea if the Board bother to read these boards ! Manage the number of shares and we should all do very very well. In time even those who bought at the top.
22/4/2019
18:55
paulcityboy: For those that are new to this BB, you will see duxy786 posting on a very regular basis to tell us all how TERN is totally worthless. He is clearly very tech savvy and therefore often makes what seem to be reasonable arguments. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW IS THAT AS THE TERN SHARE PRICE HAS BEEN FALLING HE HAS BEEN BUYING. He admitted what he was doing to an Ex-colleague, M1tsp who made 2 very telling posts on the 20 Apr 19 which are reproduced below. See more m1tsp 20 Apr '19 - 09:22 - 146745 3.100 The following is the truth...you are desperate to see the share price lower so you can "accumulate" more. You have said this yourself in your PM to me. Shows how excellent you think TERNs investments are in reality compared to the drivel you post opposing TERNs investments. You are a hypocrite, and decieving to most but not me son. Worked with you for 9 years remember. You never reply to my posts on here. You sent me the following PM thinking we are still friends..lol Always remember....Jealousy is when you count other... See more m1tsp 20 Apr '19 - 09:29 - 146746 3.050 PS it's sad to see you like this Duxy.. Stigologist or whatever his advfn username is/ was has totally screwed you up in your other share investments. Totally anhilating you. You are trying to be like him on this thread. Why? You need help with your insecurities.... I believe I can say this only cos I worked with you for 9 years. SO it's NOW CLEAR WHAT duxy786 IS UP TO.
21/4/2019
22:44
stead41: mudbath - 12 Oct 2018 - 11:42:18 - 123842 of 146832 TERN, encrypting the cloud and Internet of Things. - TERN When the TERN share price recovers to a level above 44pence,it will be fascinating to see whether those holders who now wish that they had exited at around that level a few months ago,will take advantage of the opportunity, second time around. I am invested here for and until the denouement. I don’t know what to believe now, was he exposed to the downtrend or not...
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