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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% 37.00 36.00 38.00 37.00 37.00 37.00 107,400 08:00:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 105.9 -3.4 -1.8 - 67

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29/1/2021
11:32
Also still want my £100 million m cap.
grahamwales
29/1/2021
11:32
Nobby Nope still think they should have done a share buy back at 10p and put them away to buy up another Greenbrook. :-)
grahamwales
29/1/2021
11:25
>> graham I hope you have taken notice of the comment that the TLY management team are 'the most prudent among all the companies we invest in'. You have been a harsh critic of them in the past so I hope you are coming around to the realisation that Wendy et al have done a magnificent job!
nobbygnome
29/1/2021
11:15
A lot of investors didn't understand the TLY model or are unaware of the company. Then there was the General Election/Brexit uncertainty. News articles claiming Labour will take back private contracts. Investors miss the fact that the NHS has been using private companies since it's inception. There are CCG's/GPs/Locums/agency nurses/cleaning etc run as independent businesses. NHS 111 is now on the public's mind as the 1st port of call. That is good news for A&E and TLY. Insourcing will help reduce the ever increasing NHS waiting lists.
sikhthetech
29/1/2021
11:14
the 2nd one :)
spursspurs
29/1/2021
11:10
lol spurs Your now either a telegraph reader or a hacker.
grahamwales
29/1/2021
11:07
Thank you spurs
hybrasil
29/1/2021
10:58
I knew you had it in you Spurs.
longshanks
29/1/2021
10:55
This Aim company is quietly delivering more and more NHS services – profitably Totally runs urgent care centres. Even if patients never realise, investors may want to take a look Richard Evans image Coronavirus has led to a huge rise in the number of people on NHS waiting lists and greater use of private companies may be the only way to bring the numbers down when the pandemic is conquered. image One such company is Totally, which is quoted on Aim. Patients may never realise, but it runs several NHS services that they will come into contact with – and it runs them very well, judging by the ratings of the Care Quality Commission. Totally is responsible for the 111 non-urgent phone line in some areas and runs some urgent care centres. It also provides out-of-hours GPs, supplies staff such as surgeons to the NHS and delivers “planned care” such as physiotherapy for police and prison officers. “It is trusted by the NHS,” said John Davies, who holds the stock in his Seneca EIS Portfolio Service. “Some of its contracts, previously managed by firms that it took over, needed to be turned around but these contracts are now in the top two CQC ratings brackets. Totally has shown that it is able to bring services up to the required level. For example, it upgraded the telephony for the 111 services it runs, to the point that the NHS now sees it as the gold standard. It is a safe pair of hands.” image The company has expanded by acquisition, something that always causes Questor some anxiety. But Mr Davies said it had a good record of integrating and improving the firms it took over. “One, called Greenbrook, was probably in a worse state than Totally expected, but it still made a success of the purchase,” he said. “It has the expertise – the management team is possibly the most prudent among those of all the companies we invest in.” Mr Davies said he especially admired Bob Holt, the chairman, who previously ran Mears, the housing and social care provider. He added: “Some acquisitions were seen as vanity purchases at the time and this made some investors steer clear for a couple of years. But now the company has the opportunity to buy businesses with poor CQC ratings for next to nothing and make them work.” Totally has net cash on its balance sheet, so it is in a good position to make acquisitions without taking on debt. It even pays a dividend. In its latest interim accounts, it reported pre-tax profits of about £1m on sales of £54m. “I think profitability will improve. The firm has some fixed costs, so a bigger top line will help margins,” Mr Davies said. “We first invested when it had about £2m or £3m of revenues because of our belief in the management team and the opportunity that existed.” image But it is the pandemic, despite its short-term impact on parts of the business such as planned care, that offers Totally its chance to grow and to change the way healthcare is delivered. “Outsourcers still account for a tiny proportion of NHS work – there is huge scope for growth,” Mr Davies said. “Even even if the health service outsourced just another 2pc of its operations, the effect on companies such as Totally would be huge. Waiting lists are the longest they have ever been and outsourcing is the only way to catch up.” Totally shares should qualify for the inheritance tax exemption, according to Investor’s Champion, an Aim specialist. A further point in the firm’s favour, from Questor’s point of view, is that Mr Holt owns a decent stake of about 2.2pc of the shares and has let it be known that he is willing to buy more if sellers emerge. Questor says: buy
spursspurs
29/1/2021
10:54
I didn't know Richard Sneller read the Telegraph
longshanks
29/1/2021
10:54
A lot of Telegraph readers seem to agree with Questor it would appear
marvelman
29/1/2021
10:53
The chart suggests a rapid rise to 40p; I reckon by the end of next week is quite possible.
nobbygnome
29/1/2021
10:51
close to 300 trades in one day, that used to take about 2 months not so long ago lol.
grahamwales
29/1/2021
10:50
exciting :)
spursspurs
29/1/2021
10:47
Richard Sneller increasing again. Their 'Add and Build' strategy worked well. TLY with their 3 divisions Urgent Care, Planned Care and Insourcing, as part of their diversified business model, have continued to perform well. Crucially, they are not covid dependent. Everyone needs healthcare, covid or not. Last 5 years: period revenue, cash, profit/loss 2015 £0.6m, £0.4m, £0.4m 2016 £4m, £1m, £1.4m 2017 £21.3m, £11.3m, £5.6m 2018 £42m, £10.2m, £0.2m 2019 £78m, £7.5m, £1.1m 2020 £105m, £8.9m, £4m H1-2021 (Sept 2020) revenue: £54m(H1-2020 £49m), Gross profit: £10.2m(£9.8m) Ebitda £2.3m (£1.3m) Cash £12.3m (March 2020 £8.9m) Gross margins up Paying dividends - interim dividend 0.25p next month £53m mcap!!
sikhthetech
29/1/2021
10:47
Sneller increased by over 1 million shares; at this lofty level that is a vote of confidence!
nobbygnome
29/1/2021
10:47
Yep New Someone Was Increasing .... Doubt Mr Sneller Will Stop There ...
porky8
29/1/2021
10:44
Mid-price trades, just to fill buy orders...lovely
empoggio
29/1/2021
10:41
Sneller increased - from 10.3% to 11.1% ....... I don't read that as a 10% increase.
owenski
29/1/2021
10:37
This is starting to get really exciting. I might even buy some more. RSP has only 50k on offer at .309
hybrasil
29/1/2021
10:36
Sneller increases stake by 10%!!!
empoggio
29/1/2021
10:35
Sneller picking up a few again, he'll have more than you soon Nobby.
grahamwales
29/1/2021
10:33
About to take off again. Only one MM left on 30p...
nobbygnome
29/1/2021
10:27
Tidy volume today and that chart is playing out well. As said before, a very clearly defined 'bowl' played out over a 2 year period, handle has formed and a breakout from the handle occurred end of Nov. last year when the price moved above 20p. Classic chart play based on a decent business.
owenski
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