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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tintra Plc LSE:TNT London Ordinary Share GB00BHXM9D70 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  5.00 2.56% 200.00 113,579 15:42:34
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
190.00 210.00 200.00 182.50 200.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 0.35 -0.95 -0.05 29
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:28:15 O 5,000 193.9661 GBX

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Posted at 27/9/2022 09:20 by Tintra Daily Update
Tintra Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TNT. The last closing price for Tintra was 195p.
Tintra Plc has a 4 week average price of 147.50p and a 12 week average price of 62.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 370p while the 1 year low share price is currently 47.50p.
There are currently 14,514,519 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 160,042 shares. The market capitalisation of Tintra Plc is £29,029,038.
Posted at 22/9/2022 20:13 by a2584728
Do you understand the business? Daily share price movements mean nothing. I have a large invested here and I shall be looking for 5x this number in the next 12 months before I even consider closing my position
Posted at 16/9/2022 22:12 by 2magpies
shearer has gone rather quiet. Is that why the share price (and TNT) are making progress? (btw: still NO final word on the lottery .........remember the 'lottery'???) But a rocket to over £5 and all will (most definitely) be forgiven.
Posted at 29/7/2022 11:53 by csmwssk12hu
It’s quite funny you think audioboom was a pump and dump, it’s a real company with real profits, people over paid for it yes, but that’s their own fault, you could always buy and sell audioboom at any price without affecting the share price too much, whilst it’s dropped a long way back it may soon be correctly priced, very rarely is anything correctly priced in the market it only happens very briefly when things go from overbought to oversold or oversold to overbought, the key is not to buy when it’s overbought, a dead giveaway is when you can’t sell or the price drops significantly on a single sell, like you said this dropped to 65p on one sell imho dyor
Posted at 08/7/2022 09:15 by alloa2003
Intodeep, You are falling into the AIM trap - a share price which offers no reflection of the business and a market that does not allow you to buy in any size. Those involved in the second funding round are acting like quasi-VC investors. They are not buying because they see 10% or 20% upside, they will be looking at returns of 3,4,5 or more times what they invested. UK tech funds would look at the business plan not the share price - they are long term investors, not short term punters. That said, many UK tech funds will be barred (throgh their own rules) from investing in companies like Tintra because they are currently on AIM and have a very low freefloat with questionable liquidity. There is a lot for the company to do!
Posted at 08/7/2022 07:14 by alloa2003
Been thinking about the massive difference in placing price and share price. The only thing I can think is that the market doesnt believe the company will raise sufficient funds to finish the project. However, this doesnt seem to stake up with reality. The company raised initial funds at x10 the share price at the time in the midst of the Covid pandemic. The conditional additonal investment at 504p has been turned down, after the lottery business was moved off balance sheet, with the company moving to the next funding round. In the midst of all this Time Machine has installed one of their founders into Tintra to help with development of the new AI service. This man isnt going to join Tintra to see it fail and smash his reputation to pieces. Looks like Tintra is the public vehicle for the Time Machine's fintech ambitions? They raised funds on a valuation of £100m, are well ahead of their own ambitious targets, turned down funds at 504p and are putting together details for the next funding round at a higher price. While it would be foolish to suggest their are no risks, Time Machine has a history which speaks for itself, funds were raised for an ambitious concept in a very difficult market and the company continues to focus on operations rather than the share price. We keep saying the next stage is the most important and the time when the market will wake up but we have been saying this for near 12 months. Aside from a few lapses in timescales, e.g. lottery sale, the company continues to surprise on the upside. Will the next funding round be THE wake up call for the market? Who knows. However, if the market continues to effectively markdown Tintra's chances of success to 0% then this company will likely be taken private and possibly refloated in the US at a later date. AIM does not encourage innovation and outside the box thinking, it is more like the wild west. Tintra will need to move away from AIM at some point as this is dragging the company down. How can AIM continue like this forever?
Posted at 04/7/2022 09:50 by intoodeep
TMC2 TMC2 is a specialised AI investment and research business focused on applied AI in the financial services. TMC2 is backed by the award-winning team that founded Mashtraxx, the AI engine behind a multi-billion-dollar US-based social media platform. TMC2 established a new affiliate Finsensr, to enter into the international FinSim 2020 competition, subsequently winning the competition. Finsensr Limited ("Finsensr") was founded to specialise in the automated learning of effective and precise semantic models in the financial sector, with expertise including Natural Language Processing ("NLP"), Machine Learning ("ML"), and AI. Finsensr is the entity through which the JV will be conducted, which holds key intellectual property in the areas outlined above that was developed by TMC2 and its founders. Under the terms of the JV, Tintra will issue to TMC2: ·636,475 new ordinary shares of 1 pence each in the capital of the Company ("Ordinary Shares") (equivalent to 5% of the existing issued Ordinary Shares - the "New Ordinary Shares"); and · 636,475 warrants to subscribe to new Ordinary Shares at a price of [52.5] pence (equivalent to the closing mid-market price of the Ordinary Shares on 22 November 2021) and a term of 5 years (the "Warrants"). The exercising of the Warrants is conditional on the market capitalisation of Tintra (calculated by way of the closing mid-market share price on AIM) reaching the following minimum levels: o 127,295 at a £250,000,000 market capitalisation o 254,590 at a £500,000,000 market capitalisation o 254,590 at a £1,000,000,000 market capitalisation
Posted at 01/7/2022 21:54 by 2magpies
Just so many filter-kins wittering on about a poster they have (supposedly) 'filtered'? Ha ha They,all, have been drooling all over Tintra for months (all the way from 'middle part of February'), and share price has just slid, slid and slid away. And still the gollops won't answer the questions: why: 1) People aren't rushing to buy? 2) Directors aren't buying? 3) The bigger investors aren't 'doubling down', given that the share price now is now less than 1/5th of the strike price at which they invested earlier?
Posted at 01/7/2022 09:11 by 2magpies
"The Bounty Hunter 30 Jun '22 - 17:54 - 2907 of 2909 0 4 0 ... low share price provides a great opportunity to accumulate share at a giveaway price" So, chocolate bar hunter: why: 1) People aren't rushing to buy? 2) Directors arn't buying? 3) The bigger investors aren't 'doubling down', given that the share price now is now less than 1/5th of the strike price at which they invested earlier?
Posted at 08/6/2022 10:23 by the bounty hunter
Agree Alloa with your comments. I believe that the share price will react in the summer as Tintra’s next phase of development kicks on. I guess the typical aim investor lacks the vision of what is being created and the future value. Richard did state that the US market will ultimately drive the share price
Posted at 25/5/2022 16:44 by intoodeep
Alloa, You need to revisit Richard's original comments on why he wanted a USA listing for TNT. He basically said London tends to set market prices based on history, USA tends set prices based on the potential. At the moment, hardly any UK shares have their potential valued in their share prices. Hence why TNT has dropped back from mid £3 levels mid £1 levels.
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