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Thruvision Grp LSE:THRU London Ordinary Share GB00B627R876 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25p -0.91% 27.25p 26.50p 28.00p 27.50p 27.25p 27.50p 202,432 09:49:32
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 3.1 -3.2 -11.8 - 44.99

Thruvision Grp Share Discussion Threads

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10/12/2018
11:35
Interims out and no comments until this minor effort? It's said that quiet boards are the best but.....? My comments are based on a broad look and a modest holding. I don't see the basis for an in-depth analysis in these Interims, although some more competent or informed may well do so. Anyway, I see THRU as now having scrambled to its feet and beginning to perform. I don't doubt that the increased sales and engineering spend was justified and they seem to be earning their keep. How the "share based payments" relate, and to whom, we are not told. Assuming the LBT continues for a while at the same rate of say £1.6m for the year, the cash pot seems adequate for a good while yet. My simple basic calculations tell me, assuming the same Rev per unit and Gross Margin, that sales of 102 units would have been required for Operating Break Even. The sales projections are positive, with quality customers identified. Some seem to have good potential for increasing the number of units they have acquired but whether a 70% increase in unit sales in H2 is likely, only the company knows. Somehow that seems rich to me, given that "pent up demand" may have been satisfied for now in H1. No mention of post-period events, and the US TSA concept planning contract announced is unlikely to be material in itself, whatever the substantial potential longer term benefits. Altogether, I don't see any reason to sell and, although I see the next half as likely to bring only modest progress, the longer term potential remains strong enough for me to hold on. All IMO, no advice offered and DYOR.
hew
22/11/2018
17:38
interesting article on Transportation Security Administration (TSA) / Thruvision : https://singularityhub.com/2018/11/21/its-time-for-an-airport-security-tech-upgrade/#sm.0001lig6e0zcnfl0ub7249nkp4n5i
leoboy
14/11/2018
21:46
can not say you were not warned, Sammy told you it was going down
sammyshares
14/11/2018
08:45
Stick to the shampoo
slicethepie
13/11/2018
17:36
Shouldn't you be doing your homework?
red army
13/11/2018
17:06
Head and shoulders pattern detected.
sammyshares
05/11/2018
15:29
Perhaps he/she is out of school :-)
red army
05/11/2018
15:25
Your history in this stock is pretty poor...please clear off and bore some other posters!
slicethepie
05/11/2018
14:01
The deal with the TSA is getting lots of press coverage both in US and UK.www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6350353/Airports-soon-roll-new-passive-terahertz-screening-detect-items-30-feet-away.htmlGood to see so much interest in the US. Metro stations, boarder control and now airports... I wonder when we will hear about projects in the UK.
bprofit
05/11/2018
13:33
going to collapse
sammyshares
05/11/2018
13:27
Why the sudden sell off?
sammyshares
02/11/2018
15:11
Just buy then and look forward to a healthy return when more RNS come through.
red army
02/11/2018
15:07
Not worried, have a decent position and hate not being able to buy electronically. Share your view this is still under the radar and still sitting on a decent cash pile!
slicethepie
02/11/2018
14:38
Have added just now. slicethe pie - why are you worried about a few points when this one is going to fly??
red army
02/11/2018
14:28
Just left a limit order at 26.5 ...lets see if that works
slicethepie
02/11/2018
14:25
Halifax online was fine
joecase
02/11/2018
14:24
There is no reason why you cant buy any of these as the market makers have plenty to s sell.
red army
02/11/2018
14:24
OK to that just topped up no probs. From RNS: The Thruvision stand-off people-screening solution uses a proprietary version of passive terahertz imaging technology to address the growing need for safe, fast and effective detection of threats and prohibited items concealed on a person. Unlike metal detectors, which cannot detect non-metallic threats, the Thruvision solution can detect any concealed objects at distances up to 25 feet. Also, it does not reveal anatomical details or emit energy or radiation. Thruvision's technology was recently deployed by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority, after it was extensively tested and vetted by TSA. "We believe Thruvision's technology has the potential to complement existing TSA aviation checkpoint screening processes through high throughput screening of travelers," said Gramer. "Our goal is to help TSA increase security and passenger satisfaction."
p investor
02/11/2018
14:23
Selftrade who I think deal via winter flood
slicethepie
02/11/2018
14:15
Slice just purch 5000 which mm are you using?
joecase
02/11/2018
13:28
Thought I might top up, mm won't even offer 1000 shares !
slicethepie
01/11/2018
18:22
Why cant these guys out an announcement out???
red army
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