Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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
  +0.00p +0.00% 24.25p 24.00p 24.50p 24.25p 24.25p 24.25p 4,000 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 3.1 -3.2 -11.8 - 40.04

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/3/2018
05:38
Leyton1328- I think you may well be correct at closer to 11p - and that the debt of £6.2 million needs to be deducted from the cash receipt of £25.5M Teach me to double read all the announcement.
pugugly
02/3/2018
04:00
Value Viper - I do think it's a positive sign, however after Tom Black's involvement in the management buyout, re-float and then acquisition of his first company Detica, that man has money to burn. That share purchase was small change to him that he could have done just to attempt to cultivate some investor confidence. But he could be spotting the same value that we are and trying to take advantage, we'll have to wait and see. Agreed on the update, hopefully something any day now!
leyton1328
01/3/2018
20:41
also, do you not give the significant buying by Tom Black any value ? an update of some form must be (over) due.
value viper
01/3/2018
20:00
Hey PUGUGLY - I think we're approaching this with the same logic which is reassuring to see. I did the same calculation and I agree, but I think we also need to subtract the repayment of the 6.2m debt facility that the company utilised after the last balance sheet date because they said the deal was on a "cash free, debt free basis". I am basing this on the extracts from the two documents below. Factoring that in means we have cash from the deal worth 19.3m or 11.7p per share, with the possibility of increasing to 12.9p per share if the Video business gets that mysterious contract. So even allowing for some cash burn in the last six months since the deal the new company still looks to be trading below or very close it's cash balance. I think this provides a large margin of safety for the undoubtedly significant future uncertainty of the scanner business. Here are the two exerts that I have based these sums off. If you, or anyone else, thinks I've got this wrong it would be great to hear from you. Notes to financial statements 2017 Annual Report: "Should the proposed divestment of the Video Business proceed the secured revolving 2 year £10 million credit facility provided to the Group by Investec Bank plc (which is secured by a fixed and floating charge over the Group’s assets and includes covenants which are tested quarterly) will be repaid in full. The facility was not being utilised at 31 March 2017, but at the time of approval of the financial statements is drawn to the extent of £6,094,000 with a net debt position of £4,167,000." (Note here that the approval date was also after the last interim balance sheet date hence why this amount was not not included on that balance sheet either). Sale proposal 09/10: "The net proceeds of the Disposal, after payment of transaction costs and the repayment of approximately GBP6.2 million of existing indebtedness, will provide a robust balance sheet for the on-going Thruvision business."
leyton1328
28/2/2018
20:01
Imagine being the client Schroders sold for. dear client, we have today sold your holding in Thruvision at a 35% discount to the prevailing price. On a positive tack the market maker managed to make circa £40k from the trade by knocking them out at various prices ranging from 12 to 10p. Our remaining holders are a little disappointed as the value of their holding is now 25% lower as a result. Tootle pip.
slicethepie
27/2/2018
16:02
can you elaborate Mull ?
value viper
27/2/2018
15:59
Is it possible that this is an operation to provide liquidity?
mull3r
27/2/2018
15:35
schroders seems to have trimmed y'day by a smidge - to under 20% - bit odd unless they salvaging what they can ?!? PUG - most recent update was 15/12/18 20/12/18 Tom Black again buys massive @ 15.49p ? (maybe he likes to lose money) 15 December 2017 Thruvision Group plc ("Thruvision" or the "Group") Interim Results for the six months ended 30 September 2017 Thruvision (AIM: THRU) the specialist provider of people-screening technology to the international security market, announces its unaudited results for the six months ended 30 September 2017. Key Highlights -- Completion of sale of Thruvision Group PLC's Video Business in October 2017 for a maximum consideration of GBP27.5 million -- Total Group revenues in six month period ending 30 September 2017 of GBP11.6 million (H1 2017: GBP13.3 million) with total Group loss before tax of GBP13.8 million (H1 2017: GBP5.1 million) of which GBP11.3 million relates to discontinued operations -- Thruvision revenues of GBP0.3 million (H1 2017: GBP0.6 million) with segment operating loss of GBP0.9 million (H1 2017: GBP0.4 million) and Central costs, which mainly relate to PLC overheads, of GBP1.6 million -- Thruvision trading better since completion of sale of Video Business early in H2 -- Cash at 30 September of GBP2.5 million, with cash at 14 December of GBP17.3 million -- Process underway to return excess funds from sale to Shareholders Commenting on the results, Tom Black, Chairman of Thruvision, said: "With the sale of the Video Business successfully behind us, I am pleased that the new, more focused Group is starting to demonstrate good progress. Recent trading momentum has increased considerably relative to a few months ago and I remain confident that Thruvision is well placed to become a leader in the potentially large, international people-screening market. "
value viper
27/2/2018
12:18
the cash is in the bank and most should be on way back to shareholders soon - update required that cash i reckon is about the equivalent of the market cap now so the THRU technology (IP VALUE) and potential "in essentially for free" UNLESS I have this completely wrong ?!?
value viper
27/2/2018
11:55
What does that tell you -price drops and no buyers hmmmmm.
sammyshares
27/2/2018
03:17
Drop due to someone letting go of 1.4m at 8.5p.
rambutan2
26/2/2018
16:14
Well, I did warn you it was going to collapse
sammyshares
26/2/2018
14:49
Buy backs coming????
mull3r
22/2/2018
16:16
hxxps://simplywall.st/news/does-thruvision-group-plc-aimthru-have-enough-money-left-to-grow/
sammyshares
22/2/2018
15:42
Hey spammy even you couldn't burn through the £17m cash they currently have!
slicethepie
22/2/2018
12:58
The little button with the 'A' on it is the Caps Lock
b1ggles
22/2/2018
12:20
LOOKING DEEPER AT THIS THE CASH BURN IS A REAL WORRY.
sammyshares
22/2/2018
11:23
IT JUST TIES UP CAPITAL
sammyshares
21/2/2018
18:04
ALL TIMESCALES TRENDING DOWN
sammyshares
21/2/2018
14:45
TIME TO SELL?
sammyshares
18/1/2018
13:23
Unless it is unrelated, I don't see much logic in a share price fall when the Directors give themselves options. If 3.5% dilution (less in due course if more shares are issued)in 3 years time will be material for the SP, this may not be the best investment up to then! If the people who know believed the next piece of news would likely cause a share price fall, surely they would have waited? I presume a rise on whatever news next comes is more likely - so taken the options now. DYOR NAI
hew
15/1/2018
21:18
Spammy shares ...I think the best example of dodgy is your posts.
slicethepie
15/1/2018
13:21
Looks dodgy ?
sammyshares
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