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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% 33.00 32.00 33.00 34.25 32.50 33.75 1,436,076 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 105.9 -3.4 -1.8 - 60

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/11/2020
17:29
Mr Sneller bought just over 2m over the past week. Now 10.3%
sikhthetech
18/11/2020
17:26
Mr Sneller now up to 10.3%
mighunter
18/11/2020
08:41
Why's there a seller? Why's sikhy been talking into this?Sikhy?Elephant in the room?Oooooeeee?As I see it a problem highlighted in the financial results is the lack of profit. On Revs of ?54M, PBT was reported as ?0.1M, but if you look at trade receivables (?10.8M) these are now dwarfed by ballooning payables of ?26.8M. If TLY had paid its debts its reported cash buffer of ?12.3M would be gone. Sorry, I'm out.?
cl0ckw0rk0range
17/11/2020
14:11
Possibly Miton again, but someone must be buying.
grahamwales
17/11/2020
14:05
Some chunky trades going through. My broker told me there was a seller in the market so perhaps we are getting near the end. The MMs are holding the price steady...
nobbygnome
17/11/2020
12:26
Great to hear about possible vaccine news. It looks like healthworkers will be 1st in line to be vaccinated, which is the right approach.
sikhthetech
16/11/2020
21:28
Elephant in the room?Oooooeeee?As I see it a problem highlighted in the financial results is the lack of profit. On Revs of ?54M, PBT was reported as ?0.1M, but if you look at trade receivables (?10.8M) these are now dwarfed by ballooning payables of ?26.8M. If TLY had paid its debts its reported cash buffer of ?12.3M would be gone. Sorry, I'm out.?
cl0ckw0rk0range
16/11/2020
16:45
Yes. The vaccines will start to come into play soon
hybrasil
16/11/2020
15:19
Surgery's getting delayed and cancelled looks like the book is dwindling.The GDP figures are comparing Q3, Jul-Sep with Q2, Apr-Jun. During Q3 lockdown was easing, sectors were opening up. Therefore, it was obvious, qtr on qtr, there would be growth. Given the increasing number of restrictions in Oct and now the lockdown, don't you think this qtr's, Oct-Dec, figure will show contraction again????Like the stockmarket, GDP will be volatile until there is clarity.Btw, I hope you're not reading and believing the ONS figures. The same figures which YOU believe are unreliable, incorrect, looking in the rear mirror etc..I hope you're not contradicting yourself again. ;-)
cl0ckw0rk0range
16/11/2020
12:06
Moderna vaccine 95% effective!!
hamhamham1
15/11/2020
22:45
Surgery's getting delayed and cancelled looks like the book is dwindling.The GDP figures are comparing Q3, Jul-Sep with Q2, Apr-Jun. During Q3 lockdown was easing, sectors were opening up. Therefore, it was obvious, qtr on qtr, there would be growth. Given the increasing number of restrictions in Oct and now the lockdown, don't you think this qtr's, Oct-Dec, figure will show contraction again????Like the stockmarket, GDP will be volatile until there is clarity.Btw, I hope you're not reading and believing the ONS figures. The same figures which YOU believe are unreliable, incorrect, looking in the rear mirror etc..I hope you're not contradicting yourself again. ;-)
cl0ckw0rk0range
15/11/2020
12:31
Under the Contract, which comes into effect on 01 May 2018, Virgin Care has contracted Vocare to provide GP Out-of-Hours services to NHS West Lancashire CCG ("West Lancashire CCG") through 18 GP practices in the region, covering a population of c. 112,000 people. I notice Virgin closed this contract early, wonder if Vocare received compensation.
grahamwales
15/11/2020
08:39
Surgery's getting delayed and cancelled looks like the book is dwindling.The GDP figures are comparing Q3, Jul-Sep with Q2, Apr-Jun. During Q3 lockdown was easing, sectors were opening up. Therefore, it was obvious, qtr on qtr, there would be growth. Given the increasing number of restrictions in Oct and now the lockdown, don't you think this qtr's, Oct-Dec, figure will show contraction again????Like the stockmarket, GDP will be volatile until there is clarity.Btw, I hope you're not reading and believing the ONS figures. The same figures which YOU believe are unreliable, incorrect, looking in the rear mirror etc..I hope you're not contradicting yourself again. ;-)
cl0ckw0rk0range
15/11/2020
08:38
Sikhy?Elephant in the room?Oooooeeee?As I see it a problem highlighted in the financial results is the lack of profit. On Revs of ?54M, PBT was reported as ?0.1M, but if you look at trade receivables (?10.8M) these are now dwarfed by ballooning payables of ?26.8M. If TLY had paid its debts its reported cash buffer of ?12.3M would be gone. Sorry, I'm out.?
cl0ckw0rk0range
14/11/2020
19:50
Ah porky where you been, that’s a result for THC.
grahamwales
13/11/2020
22:51
htTps://twitter.com/TotallyHealthc1/status/1327186303159504896/photo/1
porky8
13/11/2020
15:31
Of poles to put the red flags upon.
cl0ckw0rk0range
13/11/2020
13:45
Your out of what?
grahamwales
13/11/2020
13:44
Bomber13, good post. As part of covid help, the govn introduced several schemes to help businesses. These included furlough, tax/vat deferral. VAT deferred is interest free and can be paid in small amounts up to March 2022. These would appear as liabilities, wouldn't they, so it's nothing untoward? At least the TLY Bod have been open about it, unlike a lot of other companies. "On 24 September 2020, the Chancellor announced that businesses who deferred VAT due from 20 March to 30 June 2020 will now have the option to pay in smaller payments over a longer period. Instead of paying the full amount by the end of March 2021, you can make smaller payments up to the end of March 2022, interest free." https://www.gov.uk/guidance/deferral-of-vat-payments-due-to-coronavirus-covid-19
sikhthetech
13/11/2020
12:33
Elephant in the room?Oooooeeee?As I see it a problem highlighted in the financial results is the lack of profit. On Revs of ?54M, PBT was reported as ?0.1M, but if you look at trade receivables (?10.8M) these are now dwarfed by ballooning payables of ?26.8M. If TLY had paid its debts its reported cash buffer of ?12.3M would be gone. Sorry, I'm out.?
cl0ckw0rk0range
13/11/2020
12:33
Sorry I don't know what BYOT is, nor do I have any other accounts so I'm not sure why you are suggesting that lol pmsl etc.And if you did do your research you would know exactly which elephant in the room shouldn't be ignored here.You really shouldn't trust all that info that Sikhy spouts out, they are just trying to benefit themselves at your expense. Literally.
cl0ckw0rk0range
13/11/2020
12:31
600k Wonder if that was part Richard Snellers purchase.
grahamwales
13/11/2020
12:07
Why would I be embarrassed by that?Just because you have all been ramped in by Sikhy.You know that they have form for this don't you? Ripping off mugs.10p sounds reasonable, their model is based on being able to operate, literally.Plus there's some red flags in there if you took your rose tinted off.
cl0ckw0rk0range
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