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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Totally Plc LSE:TLY London Ordinary Share GB00BYM1JJ00 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 33.50 33.00 34.00 33.50 33.50 33.50 1,197,330 07:33:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 113.7 0.1 0.2 197.1 61

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06/7/2021
19:23
TLY well positioned for new ICS contracts - in the right place at the right time. New proposals have been expected. "A change in the way services are commissioned – In February 2021, the Department of Health and Social Care published a White Paper which set out a strategic shift away from the focus of competition which underpinned 2012 government reforms and removed some competition and procurement rules. In the future, contracts are expected to be commissioned less through competitive tendering and increasingly through partnerships with trusted and established private sector providers and we fully anticipate Totally being one of these." http://www.allenbycapital.com/research/research-tot_23_2096080549.pdf
sikhthetech
06/7/2021
16:44
thanks STT...but please note that 1) broker reports are usually tosh...2) my point is not that they might have made a pbt, which is obvious. it is the quality of the numbers and crucially the underlying ebitda....
savagedstock
06/7/2021
16:31
https://www.voxmarkets.co.uk/articles/totally-recommends-0-25p-dividend-amid-record-fy21-results--8a59d51
nobbygnome
06/7/2021
16:28
hxxps://www.voxmarkets.co.uk/articles/totally-recommends-0-25p-dividend-amid-record-fy21-results--8a59d51
napoleon 14th
06/7/2021
15:50
Down almost,10% and STD and the gang running for the hills Really for the next pump and dump
football
06/7/2021
15:48
Nobbygnome1 Jul '21 - 14:57 - 17892 of 17948 0 0 2 A close at this level would be very significant as it would be a breakout from the recent high. This is going well into the 50s over the next week or so IMHO. ------ Nobbygnome 1 Jul '21 - 17:18 - 17901 of 17948 0 0 2 And it looks like the shareprice should then bounce around the high 50s up to the low 60s for the foreseeable future! ------- sikhthetech 1 Jul '21 - 16:59 - 17899 of 17948 0 2 0 Nobby, .......... Pre-Pandemic, I was expecting 100p once all the subsidiaries were contributing. I still think that is possible. ----- rampersGalore heyNobby perhapsUcan buy mre NOTTT!! lyngCnts rSelling ferSure whilst PumpngOn the side
andymunchkin
06/7/2021
15:46
Forecast - reintroduced - From Allenby note: Forecasts – We are pleased to re-introduce forecasts which were withdrawn in July 2020. For the year to March 2022, 2023 and 2024, we are anticipating adjusted PBT growth of 24%, 32% and 49% respectively and on a statutory basis, 700%, 188% and 122%. This growth, which is all organic, is expected to be generated by relatively modest increases in the Urgent Care division, some recovery in Planned Care but significant increases in Insourcing as the NHS attempts to reduce record levels of patients awaiting elective surgery. The latter is also a higher margin service. Already healthy levels of cash are also forecast to increase. We believe Totally is exceptionally well positioned to grow under the changing commissioning structure and believe initial fair value of 65p is appropriate. http://www.allenbycapital.com/research/research-tot_23_2096080549.pdf
sikhthetech
06/7/2021
14:40
How can a company that is turning over almost £114 million a year in the world's worst pandemic and answers most of the calls for the NHS only make £1,000 a week?Well directors are still taking options and giving out dividends doesn't seem right does it
football
06/7/2021
12:41
Have not looked at the results in detail, so will be interested to hear from those who have. Quick points from a cursory reading 1 almost all the cash improvement was wc changes (longing out payables, faster receivables collection), not operational. Better wc is good (one of my bugbears), but am surprised at poor operational performance (they even took furlough cash) 2 ebitda of £5M v £4m is a little misleading....the £5M includes a £0.7M provision write back, so strictly it is 4.3 v 4.0....hence my earlier point 3 there is obviously a rebound in the business coming, but management is not good enough....5% net margin is absolutely the minimum - forecast for FY2024....too far away....
savagedstock
06/7/2021
12:33
Save our NHS Whilst fat-cat shareholders are licking their lips at this prospect for profits, the rest of us are left to suffer. More than enough wealth exists in society to properly fund decent healthcare for all – but it’s in the wrong hands. It’s time for us to mobilise and say: enough is enough! hTTps://www.socialist.net/save-our-nhs-kick-out-the-profiteers.htm
football
06/7/2021
12:06
Rayrac, "Labour govn" In answer to what would happen if Labour came into power. I'll answer that with 3 points: 1) It would be political suicide if any party let people suffer by significantly increasing waiting lists by not addressing the millions on the waiting lists. Media would have a field day. The same goes for the long A&E waiting lists. 2) Labour created the NHS 73 yrs ago. They included private providers inc Drs, Nurses etc. Who would replace all the locum Drs, independent Drs, Agency Nurses, cleaners, caterers etc??? Labour created NHS Direct. The Tories took the idea and developed NHS 111. I don't think Labour would abandon their own idea, develop it further and possibly rename it but not abandon it. 3) Parliament has limited healthcare jurisdiction in Scotland, NI, Wales where their own NHS make their decisions. Changes to NHS England do not necessarily flow to the other UK Nations. As far as I can tell, UK Parliament doesn't have any jurisdiction over Republic of Ireland...I think the Irish might get upset if you suggest they do. ;-)
sikhthetech
06/7/2021
11:49
this shows that they are talking to each other away from these threads DYOR Nobbygnome6 Jul '21 - 11:09 - 17945 of 17945 0 0 0 Yes I bought a few by spreadbet at 39p. Before anyone says it is a hindsight trade, a fellow poster here will confirm it as I told him in real time
football
06/7/2021
11:09
Yes I bought a few by spreadbet at 39p. Before anyone says it is a hindsight trade, a fellow poster here will confirm it as I told him in real time.
nobbygnome
06/7/2021
10:46
cheers nobby , buying any more today 2p cheaper than yesterday ?
arab3
06/7/2021
10:35
think you should get a room nobby instead of cluttering the board with your private vendetta
arab3
06/7/2021
10:27
Go away nobbygnome, I’m on filter…remember?
rayrac
06/7/2021
10:24
And I didn't print the content of a private message that I recall. However, I did wonder if you were senile after reading a private message and did say that on the thread.
nobbygnome
06/7/2021
10:19
I lost any respect for you nobbygnome, the day you printed the contents of a PRIVATE MESSAGE, onto the web!
rayrac
06/7/2021
10:17
And why have you been doing the same ramping Opti against all good sense?
rayrac
06/7/2021
10:15
Sorry you are so clueless I disregard everything you say and so should everyone else. Tell me why you have spent a large proportion of your life trolling OPTI?
nobbygnome
06/7/2021
10:13
Nobbygnome, grow up for goodness sake! Just because I’ve been downing your interest in Opti and the late Bioprogress. Grow up, I have an interest here, so tough!
rayrac
06/7/2021
09:44
Oh no we have another troll of the worst sort. Rayrac is completely clueless so is to be ignored by everyone.
nobbygnome
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