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TCF Theracryf Plc

0.825
0.00 (0.00%)
24 Jul 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Theracryf Plc LSE:TCF London Ordinary Share GB00BSVYN304 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 0.825 0.80 0.85 0.825 0.825 0.83 780,895 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Pharmaceutical Preparations 396k -3.14M -0.0073 -1.10 3.53M
Theracryf Plc is listed in the Pharmaceutical Preparations sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TCF. The last closing price for Theracryf was 0.83p. Over the last year, Theracryf shares have traded in a share price range of 0.65p to 1.00p.

Theracryf currently has 427,346,895 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Theracryf is £3.53 million. Theracryf has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -1.10.

Theracryf Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/10/2012
15:45
Up 30% in three months for a wind-down fund.

Perhaps a perception that the discount-to-nav is too wide and that the look-through NAV is worth the wait.

Or perhaps stake-building with a view to taking it private on the cheap.

Time will tell.


ALL IMO. DYOR.

QP

quepassa
19/10/2012
15:17
some reasonable volume now going through, someone is bullish.
edwardt
05/10/2012
12:22
i would rather large holders exit, pay a fee and hold the assets for a year. this in my mind will ease their ability to sell the rump and give us cash quicker. the obvious question is what happens to the non listed holdings. the board need to be strongly independent and represent the small shareholders in how these assets are sold by the manager and at what price. the see through nav here is still ridiculously in contrast to the share price
edwardt
16/9/2012
21:10
Not sure the vote will neccessarily go Laxley's way - they have 20% and even some of the other big holders may not favour conversion - Henderson et al wouldnt neccessarily enjoy holding a small, unlisted holding and a lot of little stock holdings.

If it is a big enough holding for them to vote and care is another question. Luckily I got in at about 37p so with a bit of luck my downside risk is limited.

rjmahan
13/9/2012
18:29
On the Laxey theme it may be worth browsing PEQ Laxey are on the board their and seem to be reducing their holding gradually even though there is a resonable discount to be had and a disposal distribution policy in place!
praipus
10/9/2012
20:58
I've misread the situation here.

Slow liquidations are good, very good. They help you by:

1) Stopping you (or us PI's) over trading and or the market movements wrong footing you
2) they have just as much chance (probability) of yeilding a high return as you have of picking another stock and making a gain.
3) "loss aversion" puts PI's off making the stock cheap as they exit prior to delisting but the odds of an eventual profit dont necessarily change.
4) reduce dealing and management charges.

Still rather have Laxey or Weiss dominate the share register than RBS, Northern Rock or another seemingly big safe "but risk blind" name.

TCF is odd (with hind sight) only because of its narrow real estate bias.

praipus
10/9/2012
19:05
Yes...unfortunately!!
topvest
10/9/2012
17:41
Topvest re post 48 do you still hold any VCF, DBAY or TCF?
praipus
10/9/2012
14:16
Probably more than them. Laxey, Weiss and others are a bit to "clever" for their own good imho!
topvest
10/9/2012
12:38
As you may know I track Laxeys holdings on the WAM thread and their number of BUY trades has definitiely reduced compared to the other active investors. And their number of SELL trades has increased!



If with all their resources researchers and analysts they can't make money what chance have us PI's got?

praipus
09/9/2012
20:04
Well that's Laxey for you - on the one hand they target great companies like Alliance Trust for anything that comes to mind, and on the other they push out totally rubbish results, pay themselves far too much and can't even liquidate a company of their own without destroying / diluting shareholder value.

Just look at...

Value Catalyst - delisted and will take circa 3-5 years to get your money back in the so called realisation fund

Douglas Bay Capital - delisted and run out of ideas after one good deal but didn't manage a clean exit

Terra Catalyst - invested in every dog property company that you could think of......... except Conygar for obvious reasons!

I agree with you that Terra Catalyst are looking out for the big holders. There is value in Terra Catalyst, but whether we will ever see it is questionable.

The lesson of this story for me is to avoid Laxey Partners going forward!

topvest
09/9/2012
17:52
On the vote - I would urge all shareholders to vote against all resolutions.

If certain large shareholders are allowed to cash out it makes the remaining shares even less attractive. Allowing holders with over 5% of the shares to get out is unfair to smaller shareholders - and even quite a few decent sized ones.

These will come back with time and patience.

rjmahan
29/7/2012
13:28
No dividend and slow wind-up. Laxey have performed very poorly over recent years; they target other good / average performers, but they should get their own rubbish performance sorted out first! First Catalyst and now this...into the long grass for 2/3 years until we get some money back!
topvest
18/6/2012
18:58
Yep got a few, not many. Laxey fund who I follow on the WAM thread. Got nervous when Weiss left and the price has dipped. No idea if thats a short term or long term problem.

To see rest of Laxey and Weiss holdings take a look here

praipus
18/6/2012
18:47
Anyone still following? Looks like a 40% discount to NAV with around 10% DY (assuming they can sustain the 4p dividend). I think they took a portion of QED early in 2011? Anyway I added this morning.
dendria
23/3/2012
09:14
Presumably rising on imminent news of the CHANNEL ISLANDS listing; that or some news from Spazio under the public radar...
skyship
23/3/2012
08:49
anyone got any views on this??
edwardt
31/1/2012
16:01
Hi folks,

Continuing my series on activist investors and other catalysts. Latest post highlights over a dozen listed activist funds/vehicles that you can invest in, including Terra Catalyst:



I hope you'll take a look (and plse don't hesitate to comment or email me).

Cheers,

Wexboy

wexboy
20/1/2012
15:05
Is this somehting to do with the Spazio IPO? One flick in the sentiment switch and we could be trading at a premium of course one click the otherway and the discount continues.
praipus
20/1/2012
14:11
Hit a 1 year low - So far as i can see 2 lots of charges - Commercial property still trending down - Cannot see any reason to get in (imo etc - Any contrary thoughts ?)
pugugly
02/8/2011
09:48
This RNS seems to show Weiss reducing? Like us all partial to a quick return?
praipus
02/8/2011
08:59
i think Weiss's stake probably focused the board's attention
edwardt
01/8/2011
10:51
Yes, very good news indeed. It's all a bit odd that this was announced today when the annual report was received a matter of days ago with no reference. Anyway, I've held these for a while and they should continue to perform well as the Spazio value is realised. This dividend policy should push the share price much closer to NAV imo as the "no income" policy was a negative for people looking to invest here. Happy to hold for the next few years and beyond as they have a sound strategy.
topvest
01/8/2011
09:12
great stuff on the dividend announcement, this should widen those that will consider this..
edwardt
22/7/2011
12:40
Nice results:


"The difference between the reported TCF NAV of 87.5 pence per share and the underlying "look through" NAV of 165 pence per share gives an indication of the substantial latent value in the portfolio as at the period end. The application of our activist strategy should enable us to close the gap between these two NAV measures over time."

praipus
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