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Tern LSE:TERN London Ordinary Share GB00BFPMV798 ORD 0.02P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.375p -2.73% 13.375p 618,324 16:26:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
13.00p 13.75p 13.75p 13.375p 13.75p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.10 -1.69 -1.40 31.7

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19/1/2019
08:20
Tern Daily Update: Tern is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TERN. The last closing price for Tern was 13.75p.
Tern has a 4 week average price of 12.50p and a 12 week average price of 12.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 58p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2p.
There are currently 236,676,887 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 770,264 shares. The market capitalisation of Tern is £31,655,533.64.
14/1/2019
10:00
ridicule: bryall2 Your post 134454 Being ahead or behind the monetisation threshold is only immaterial if DA are solvent!! That is the crux of the issue. Tern have limited cash by the norms expected of a company in the investing business (12 new investments planned by Dec19) and DA are still cash hungry both in terms of ongoing operations and solvency! One could draw the conclusion that the second Feb 20 date is the marker for when a significant DA event will have happened or it could be that the second 40% tranche is being held back by all lenders to put pressure on DA to deliver in terms of cash flow. The problem is that we, the owners of Tern, can only guess, because AS is ensuring we do not understand the DA business model in terms of revenue potential or the trading forecasts. This, as I have written a number of times on this board is both unusual and unecessary. Worse it poses the question why? Hence the weak Tern share price.
10/1/2019
16:19
duxy786: Johnma10 Jan '19 - 15:08 - 134295 of 134302 "NAV is purely a historical value (from 18 months ago) from the balance sheet." John John John john john.....Keep Calm and Read the RNS.... 13 June 2018 Tern Plc ("Tern" or the "Company") 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. So no john, aggregate balance sheet is valued at mid-June 2018 which was NOT 18 months ago. I know you like to believe the BS and tell everyone more when you tell then that you wont sell a single share then sell 95K and are forced to mention is because of the RNS, but as many will be thinking now, you could be selling down to 6% and no one will be the wise until you cross that threshold. thats a fact. Am not even saying you are, am simply stating a fact. Additionally, I am sure to ofset the tax you are intelligent enough to spread the purchase over family names (aka your 'friends' who you said were 'buying'). These are undeclared holding and you COULD be selling these and there is no need for you to state them. again you can sit there and deny all, no one is saying you are, but many will be thinking that. There is a seller....FACT.
27/12/2018
15:54
ridicule: dave444. Its about both share price and corporate activity. It never ceases to surprise me how many people think share price does not matter. Andrbea puts his finger on it when he writes words to the effect: AS perplexingly announced a minor economic event today, but bigged it up as significant, having kept news flow to an absolute minimum throughout 2018. In my view, this may be because actual revenue earning performance of the investee companies is still well behind where it was expected to be. If this is the case, then the BoD should say so and accopmpany such a statement with a trading forecast, outlining when revenues are predicted to flow. At least then everyone would know with more certainty what is going on and there would be less selling on every little rise! We may have enough funding to last until the end of 2019, but there is no guarantee a company sale will occur before then. Indeed, if sales are lagging behind the business plan, why would we, as shareholders, wish to see a sale, when a further period of ownership allowing time for more revenues to flow, would bring an exponentially higher value when a sale actually occurs? This scenario more accurately reflects the real world in my opinion, having run a company and sold it on. It is, therefore, essential to maintain as strong a share price as possible, so that it gives confidence to shareholders, who may have to wait longer for a phase 3 state to turn into a sale than they currently think. If the extended incubation period goes beyond the end of 2019, as it well could, then a strong share price is also essential to keep dilution to the lowest level possible in an equity cash raise. You only have to look where Tern was a year ago with the death spiral of drip feed convertible loan notes to understand this point.
21/12/2018
14:20
duxy786: Arab, I provide an alternative view point, the posted you mentioned is just obsessed about getting the share price to his target price or getting it as low as possible. Aside from stating what the bod stated i.e. net value of TERN being 11p/Share, I do not make prediction about the high or the low price. I dont care for the share price, it doesnt concern me. As I have said, time and time again, I am simply here to provide and alternative view because Still f'kin Waiting, after 4 years of his life here, is still apparently adding now too (200 shares a day by the looks of it!), but CAN NOT handle anyone with an alternative view point. Even Sweepie nearly got a kick. Arab3 wont be far, he's a trader, been around for years and the minute he starts shorting, he will change his stance. Best get blue arab3 before you start your short shouting.
20/12/2018
18:20
dave444: AIM-listed Tern shares require little work to get airborne by Alistair Strang from Trends and Targets | 18th December 2018 08:55 This Internet of Things specialist took a nosedive over the summer, but technical analyst Alistair Strang sees for optimism in the latest the charts.   Tern (LSE:TERN)  It has been a few months since we last reviewed Tern. Similar to UK government efforts, despite quite a lot of kicking and screaming, nothing has happened. Instead, the share price seems trapped in a series of pretend movements. However... * Why it's crossed fingers time for Tern shares There are early (and faint) indications this hiatus is about to change! Our downtrend calculations point out blue on the chart is presently at 18.227p. With the aplomb of a Christmas miracle, Tern closed the session on Monday at 18.5p, thus marginally above the immediate downtrend. Obviously, this cannot ever be taken as a certainty of a rise, but it does give some hope for the fairly near term. Only if we now see it trading above 20.7p dare we point at an initial target of 23p. If exceeded, secondary calculates at a longer term 28p, perhaps even 29p if fuelled by positive news.   As always with shares, there's a flip side. In the case of Tern, it appears quite distant as the share price will require below 12p to now give alarm, along with the threat of 7.5p. For now, we're mildly optimistic as this does not require much work to get it airborne. Source: Trends and Targets. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results
20/12/2018
18:17
dave444: Best and worst of AIM in 2018: Who's up 633% and down 99%? by Graeme Evans from interactive investor | 20th December 2018 14:23 Few markets can generate incredible returns in a very short space of time. AIM can, but it is unforgiving too. Graeme Evans names this year's winners and losers. A near-20% slide in the AIM All-Share in 2018 won't have stifled the festivities for some small-cap investors this Christmas, particularly those with a Tern, Bushveld Minerals, Anglo Asian or a Versarien in their portfolio. The quartet are all popular stocks among interactive investor clients, especially now that they have at least doubled in value for the year to date. Investment company Tern, whose portfolio is focused on the Internet of Things and Cloud sectors, has set the pace in AIM for some time with a 633% jump in price to 16.5p. This, however, only tells half the story as shares had been trading as high 47p in the summer. Our Trends & Targets author Alistair Strang has followed Tern's fortunes closely and sees a few causes for optimism after the recent nosedive. Bushveld Minerals is the second biggest riser in AIM, with the production company benefiting from a rising vanadium price and the shortage of supply for a mineral used extensively in the steel industry. Energy storage is another big market opportunity for vanadium producers, helping to drive the price up by 400% between December 2015 and May 2018. Bushveld shares are close to a record high at 46.7p, having risen by more than 400% this year. Last month, we quoted share price Angel analyst John Meyer, who said he thought the share price could reach 87p. * Here's why AIM-listed Bushveld Minerals shares can double again * AIM-listed Tern shares require little work to get airborne He added: "We are struggling to see how the market may supply demand for vanadium in the next two years and we feel vanadium prices should settle at a higher price level than previously envisaged for the longer term." Another miner on the radar has been Anglo Asian, which has a portfolio of gold, copper and silver exploration and production assets in Azerbaijan.  A share price rise of 172% in 2018 to 87p has been driven by the payment of  a maiden dividend in November and the prospect that production this year will be at the top end of company guidance.  The other miners in the top 20 AIM All-Share stocks for 2018 are Ormonde Mining after a gain of 135% and Eurasia Mining, which is up 113%. One of the better known AIM stocks on the list is the advanced engineering materials company Versarien, which trebled in value in the period up to September. There's been a sell off since then, despite significant interest in its graphene products in the UK and abroad, particularly in China. Versarien's products are also being tested and developed in new industries such as sub-sea insulation or for use in energy storage devices.  Biggest risers on AIM in 2018 Company Share price (p) Increase in 2018 (%) 1 Tern 16.5 633 2 Bushveld Minerals 46.5 447 3 SalvaRx Group 82.7 319 4 Pebble Beach Systems 5.3 213 5 Sopheon 1,067.50 197 6 Creo Medical 194 179 7 Anglo Asian Mining 87 172 8 Beeks Financial Cloud Group 111 156 9 Elektron Technology 44.5 151 10 Ormonde Mining 5 135 Source: interactive investor
10/12/2018
18:01
bobdown2: Mms will ease the share price back even if there are more buys than sells. They might even sell a few blocks of 50.000 shares to make it look as though someone is selling. Or they ignore all of the buying and drop the price on a sell. What they do not do is let the share price rise if they have no stock to make a profit from. Mms are a large part of the low share price problem. Another tactic is to drop the share price in the morning and sell the shares of those silly enough to sell in the afternoon.
04/12/2018
14:15
ridicule: Still waiting Re your post 130399. I am familiar enough with Tern to understand the benefits of the investee companies. I fundamentally disagree with your position. First, the market determines the share price. That price is determined by the markets perception. The markets perception is governed by the information provided by the board of directors. This is not rocket science. In the case of Tern, there are two value propositions: one the share price and two, the price an invested company can achieve in a sale. The timing of the latter is at best indeterminate and is inextricably linked to the cash flow and profit of the company in question when it comes to the value being realised. As an investor of over 30 years I want to reap the benefits from both elements of my investment. And they are not in opposition to one another. A properly disclosed cash flow forecast for the invested companies will improve the Term share price and an understanding of that cash flow will improve the values that is paid for a particular investee company. How you see the two investment scenarios as separate issues is a mystery to me
03/12/2018
07:39
ebomber: 166 shareholders own 94.57% of TERN plc as at Friday 30 November 2018. Top 30 shareholders share ownership increased by 5,663,790 in last 6 week period to new record 66.8%. Johnma & Associates share ownership increased in last 6 week period to new record 34.1%. With no debt any valuation of TERN plc today includes £2 million of “cash in bank”. Welcome the Portfolio Update RNS dated 22 November 2018 and Allenby Capital (TERN plc NOMAD) research note dated 26 November 2018 that both confirm TERN plc FULLY FUNDED until December 2019. hTTps://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/tern-TERN/share-news/Tern-PLC-Portfolio-Update/78740437 hTTp://www.allenbycapital.com/research_696_1203435748.pdf The ownership declaration(s) are consolidated in the posted table below :- NUMBER TYPE HOLDING BAND 1 Investor over 10 million 1 Director 9 to 10 million 1 Director 8 to 9 million 1 Institution 7.1 to 8 million 9 Investors 6 to 7.1 million 3 Investors 5 to 6 million 3 Investors 4 to 5 million 2 Investors 3 to 4 million 9 Investors 2 to 3 million 27 Investors 1 to 2 million 25 Investors 500k to 1 million 19 Investors 250k to 500k 65 Investors less than 250k 166 94.57% 223,835,458 Large holders (Top 30) together with Johnma & Associates have continued to accumulate in large quantities over the last 6 weeks. Our largest shareholder Johnma (John Mahtani) declared by a Regulatory TR1 on 23 November 2018 an increased personal holding of 7.01%. A demonstration of his commitment and belief in the maturing TERN plc portfolio of world beating disruptive investments; especially as we are now well into Stage 3 and portfolio investment exit(s) for at least two. The pattern, month on month, is TERN plc stock is slowly, but increasingly being held by FEWER AND FEWER “KNOWN GENUINE” LONG TERM HOLDERS. Long Term Holders (LTH) will however note again the decline over the month in the number of trader / investors in the 250k to 500k holding band. This is wholly mitigated, by new smaller holders (less than 250k) who continue to declare new positions this month plus Top 30 holders adding to already large existing positions. Overall we have 7 net less declared holders than last month who include those who have formally declared a total exit or have simply not provided holding declaration information for the update this month. I know this Bulletin Board welcomes ALL existing and especially new holders of TERN plc, however small the holding. Big thank you for all those who have again provided holding information and reported on behalf of family, friends, work colleagues and collated from other financial BB’s. It provides a “snapshot” on TERN plc sentiment and the level of control an even smaller number of LTH’s have on this more loved and undervalued world class disruptive investment vehicle. TERN plc LTH’s will note a new record high holding percentage this month. TERN plc must be a candidate for the most tightly held share, by so few private investors, on the whole of the Alternative Investment Market. Draw your own conclusions on the snapshot result.
30/11/2018
23:00
rhwillcoll1: Well, we only have sixteen more trading days to go until 24 Dec and anything could happen. That is, be announced, to add to the already very positive situation. That RNS the other day was stupendous, for all four investee companies. I agree with the view that Wyld and DA exits are fairly imminent, and perhaps FVR later in 2019. So, I'll join in here, with a "tail of the donkey" Tern share price prediction: 2018 24 Dec no exit: 34p 24 Dec first exit: £2.20 - PLUS one special dividend in the bag. 2019 24 Dec no exit: not applicable, as we will have had two stonking exits, and left with two very advanced investee companies (FVR and InVMA), and ten other excellent incubating ones. 24 Dec: two exits (Wyld and DA): £4.55 - PLUS all investors will have received their 40% special dividends! A bit of a wyld guess of course, and obviously just a bit of fun :). Either way, I agree with the view that we have two imminent exits, and in that case, two 40% special dividends in the bag or in hand.
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