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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
  0.08 1.18% 6.88 5,909,893 16:35:07
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.60 7.00 7.25 6.75 6.85
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.12 -0.78 -0.30 21
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:07:44 O 245,000 6.88 GBX

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2020-12-02 16:27:506.787,500508.50O
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02/12/2020
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 6.80p.
Tern Plc has a 4 week average price of 6.60p and a 12 week average price of 5.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 16.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.75p.
There are currently 300,999,434 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,741,467 shares. The market capitalisation of Tern Plc is £20,708,761.06.
02/12/2020
08:17
cheshire: Today's RNS demonstrates that TERN have clearly adopted a new strategy of telling the world how well their investee companies are performing. TERN is again attractive as a short term trade through December with the added possibility of an exit which will cause the share price to multi bag IMHO.
02/12/2020
07:34
duxy786: FVR is doing well. Shame its such a small figure in TERNs stables. The stallion invested in to the most by TERN is DA .... which is sadly failing to achieve sales and traction.When the final announce comes and DA is liquidated, imaging the collapse in the share price
01/12/2020
17:47
mudbath: BUY or SELL philjeans it is better that the trade has been completed rather than remaining in the system awaiting execution.I regard the large trades,at this current low level,as a bullish indicator,hopefully prefacing a move in the TERN share price to higher levels. The next spike in the share price might turn out not to be a spike at all,merely the early manifestation of a serious upward re rate.
01/12/2020
14:38
nick2412: Tern's 26% in FVR is worth at last the current £20m m/cap were FVR listed right now. I have little doubt it will then significantly surpass that value figure as further contracts from the 'significant pipeline' arise and the Company has an IPO. I agree with some other posters on here, one of the revaluation events will be FVR and then an IPO will follow. Tern will obviously participate but Al Sisto must control his compulsion to spend cash on accumulating any new shiny new toys for Christmas or even next year. The Talking Medcines stake purchase may prove to be an astute purchase further down the line but it's not what is needed and similar purchases must not happen unless a placing is done above 20p. I definitely applaud and support the TAG if it agrees that is the main message that is sent to the board. From my perspective and I suspect most shareholders as well, AS has a simple primary objective to target - that is getting the share price up to 20p plus before any further placings. He needs to realise that's the only criteria by which shareholders will judge him - not headcounts of staff in the invested companies, not a misleading and outdated nav going up by 0.25p, and definitely not further investments in new companies. There's obviously a bit of an overhang to be cleared from the placing before the share price will factor in appropriate value for FVR's progress and almost inevitable IPO hoefully in H1 next year. I don't know the practicalities or tax implications but I hope one option the board will consider is to distribute some of Tern's FVR shareholding to shareholders when an IPO materialises. Tim Metcalfe from the pr company clarified to me that he has seen the shareholder register and says the placing was with quality institutions and high net worths. That might be true of some of the participants but there's no doubt that there is an element who just want a quick turn and have no intention to hold. They just don't have a hold mentality so if they didn't sell in advance they will even sell at a small loss. Once their shares have gone into more sticky hands then the share price should climb. For now, Tern looks to me to be the most undervalued stock on AIM. The risk-reward with £3m cash looks very enticing given there is a spread of four exciting investments (plus Talking Medicines that is too early to judge) that look grossly under-valued based on the historic nav assigned to them.
30/11/2020
09:29
ridicule: 3 points on DA: 1. Keyscaler is utility software, not enterprise, so why would MS want to buy it when it is already doing what they want it to do for them in Azure, has moved to a SaaS model to comply and is listed in the Azure market place? 2. Why would the business model of DA fit into MS, when the realisation of value for utility software providers of key solutions like DA, is to be openly available to every large enterprise software provider who is out there and after their share of the burgeoning IoT market? 3. While it would be nice, why would we wish DA to be sold now, just because AS has a mantra to sell investees who should have reached Stage 3 after 3 years, when DA is still requiring loans and was not attractive enough to raise $10m a short time ago? Why, after all this pain and the clear and growing dominance of Keyscaler as the essential end-to-end IoT security solution, would we not want to wait a year to 18 months for the real money to flow and achieve the exit price we all invested for? Anything is possible with Tern, but my money is on the first corporate event occurring in Q1 next year when a further round of funding leverage will take place in preparation for an optimum IPO of FVR later next year or early 2022. Tern will likely have to see it’s stake diluted, due to the gross Corporate incompetent, or maybe devious, management by AS in keeping a ridiculously low level of cash on the Tern balance sheet, while working with his mates to frequently top it up in low value penny packets that seem to involve a degree of forward selling shenanigans. Why am I not selling my millions of shares? Because I am currently underwater and Tern is sitting on 4 exciting investees. I have no doubt I will recover my money and a little more over the next year to 18 months. I have every doubt that I will realise the riches that are embedded here, because AS has an agenda in my view and PIs are at each other’s throats over what should be done about it.
28/11/2020
09:16
maarleck: Duxy, a simple question; why are you spending so much time here trying to manipulate the share price to go down if as you say you have no financial interest here? You only ever come out and attack the company on a declining share price and always with your cohorts. Obviously the same question can be asked of JonC (aka MissAnthrope on LSE) Emigna2020 (aka Loughton, emigna2002, caps lock, spammemailer, Seewhatimean) Monte1 P5tvr It beggars belief you have no financial interest yet post collectively more than the holders.
28/11/2020
08:13
duxy786: Priceless post by RwV"I think the question mark over Sisto was defined for me when as heading up DA he went along to Tern also headed by Sisto and asked for finance. He said yes to himself and also mentioned if you pass a milestone in a couple of weeks you can have more. We waited with baited breath to find out what that milestone was. All we got was Al telling himself well done you passed the milestone here is the money. No idea to this day what it was, no idea if Sisto of DA thanked Sisto of Tern. To me it was an unnecessary and laughable fiasco, PR guaranteed to knock the share price and chip away at shareholder value. If the opportunity to knock shareholder value doesnt present itself he just opens his mouth and creates a new one."Sums up exactly what I said back then about the milestone BS mentioned in the RNS. Wow, what that was over a year and half ago!!! ...how time flies eh.
28/11/2020
07:26
duxy786: You should, 7p is the top end figure considering NAV is 7p.The share price of around 5p is more fitting but with AS and his abysmal track record of constant placings, heavy dilution and cloak & dagger approach to running a public company, never posting actual figures or giving an accurate account of the number of sales units.....I would say a 2-3p share price is more fitting for this junk stock now.What was that BS last year about rockets, moon and Mars? Let the count down begin....T MINUS 3153600000T MINUS 3153599999T MINUS 3153599998......
27/11/2020
17:17
tyrano1: Robberywithviolets, This isn't about either supporting TAG or supporting Al Sisto's strategy. I and many others have been openly critical of Terns communications strategy. I and many others have bombarded Al Sisto and Ian Ritchie with emails criticising the same. For me that is the only issue. Better communications of news readily available on the companies website will lead to a higher share price and hence minimise dilution. I simply don't agree with lots of the other demands of the Action group and indeed see how it could be totally counterproductive to the stated aim of protecting my wealth. If at any point I feel that I cannot get a return that meets my expectations here then I can sell up. If I ultimately get 70-80p per share instead of £1 per share then I'll be deliriously happy but will make the point to Al Sisto that he has left a lot mom money on the table. In summary the TAG is not for me and my focus remains on keeping pressure on AS to sell Tern better to the markets.
27/11/2020
16:14
robberywithviolets: I think the question mark over Sisto was defined for me when as heading up DA he went along to Tern also headed by Sisto and asked for finance. He said yes to himself and also mentioned if you pass a milestone in a couple of weeks you can have more. We waited with baited breath to find out what that milestone was. All we got was Al telling himself well done you passed the milestone here is the money. No idea to this day what it was, no idea if Sisto of DA thanked Sisto of Tern. To me it was an unnecessary and laughable fiasco, PR guaranteed to knock the share price and chip away at shareholder value. If the opportunity to knock shareholder value doesnt present itself he just opens his mouth and creates a new one.
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