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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
  0.25 0.64% 39.25 39.00 39.50 39.75 39.25 39.50 321,332 12:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 105.9 -3.4 -1.8 - 72

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/2/2021
07:21
It was a good idea at the time Nobby :-))
marvelman
01/2/2021
07:19
I guess I won't be getting my top up at 30.5p🙄ԅ14;
nobbygnome
01/2/2021
07:14
Wow Brilliant News ....
porky8
01/2/2021
07:08
Well my 27p top up only a week or so ago looks like a bargain now. Terrific management here.
marvelman
31/1/2021
22:40
Can’t Believe I Missed This One 2 2 Yellow Jersey PR @yellowjerseypr ยท Nov 18, 2020 Healthcare client @TotallyPLC (AIM: #TLY) updates @IGTV ’s @JeremyNaylor_IG on the lessons learnt from the first lockdown as it continues its efforts, standing shoulder-to-shoulder with the NHS, in fighting #COVID19. Watch the full video here: Totally PLC ‘very prepared’ for the second lockdown Subscribe ► https://www.youtube.com/IGUnitedKingdom?sub_confirmation=1Having learned a lot from the first lockdown earlier in the year, NHS service provider ... youtube.com
porky8
31/1/2021
19:42
Sir Tom Moore in hospital with Covid. :-( https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-55881508
sikhthetech
31/1/2021
19:37
Just Had A Look @ The Mears All Time Chart ...And The Growth Upto Around £5.50 .... Nice And Steady With A Few Consolidation Periods .... What’s Interesting Is When Bob Compared The Starting Points Of .....Totally And Mears ....He Favoured Totally ....
porky8
31/1/2021
16:39
Bob Took Mears ....To Over £5 Per Share At 1 Point .... Making It A 55 Bagger Could Lightning Strike Twice ....I Wouldn’t Rule It Out .....Massive Growth Written All Over This ......
porky8
31/1/2021
14:14
Am not advocating for a PE buyout, just saying it is the right product, right sector and an appealing price currently.
hamhamham1
31/1/2021
13:56
Better still hamhamham1 we hold onto our shares and sell at a 13 Bagger or in my case 30 Bagger as invested at 12p in a couple of years. The other factor is theirs a strong base of Faithfull investors and properly would not get terms to buyout the company
thordon
31/1/2021
12:30
This would be a good buy for a Private Equity investor, even at double current price, they would build it up and refloat or just sell on for £500m+ in a couple of years.
hamhamham1
30/1/2021
17:20
I will be buying more first thing on Monday morning if I can get 30.5p.....I may even pay 31p if I have to.
nobbygnome
30/1/2021
17:05
Dear old Zak predicting 55p for TLY in the short term and says we have a very bullish chart! https://www.share-talk.com/share-talk-bulletin-board-heroes-friday-29th-january-2021/#gs.s606s1
nobbygnome
30/1/2021
16:17
I think TLY will do extremely well without a bid. They are in the right place at the right time. TLY are here to support the NHS and they need support now than they have ever needed in the past. Healthcare is not a luxury it's a essential. Their diversified business model has proven to be the right strategy. During pandemic, NHS 111 has been promoted as the 1st port of call. For years, both Tory & Labour govns have wanted to reduce A&E waiting and help the NHS save money. NHS 111 was to support that goal by pushing patients to call NHS 111 instead of clogging up A&E with non-emergency conditions. Covid has pushed NHS 111 to the forefront of everyone's minds. Going forward, new contracts will start to roll out again and I think these will be on better terms for NHS 111 providers. TLY's Planned division has largely been on hold because of Covid. However, covid has highlighted the need for everyone to look after themselves, especially around exercise. As vaccinations accelerate, restrictions ease, I think Planned Care Division will see a surge in appointments with more physios, referrals etc Insourcing. This is relatively new division so is jam tomorrow. I think it will also be the biggest growth driver. With millions of postponed operations the NHS need to clear the backlog and Insourcing is the only way to do it. These figures upto fy2019 are without Insourcing (the division was setup in Oct 2019) contribution and only a small contribution towards fy2020 and H1-2021. For H1-2021, Insourcing and Planned Care didn't contribute for the full half, as they were stopped for most of during Q1, due to the 1st lockdown. (The figures do include acquisitions) 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. Interims H1-2021: https://polaris.brighterir.com/public/totally/news/rns/story/xl6lo3x
sikhthetech
30/1/2021
15:59
I stress that price is if a bid came early next week. I think we may well see 40p by the end of this coming week so any takeout price would increase proportionately.......
nobbygnome
30/1/2021
15:56
60p To A £1 .... May Stand A Chance .... North Of £100 Million Mcap .... Would Be Bobs Goal Achieved ..... You Never Know If A Bidding War Develops .....
porky8
30/1/2021
15:55
But when the current price is around 30p, even 50p is more than a 60% premium. The tragedy is the valuation was ever so low, although I guess it gave us all the chance to load up at low prices.
nobbygnome
30/1/2021
15:51
.....and 50p is also a "ridiculous undervaluation"!!
jwoolley
30/1/2021
15:47
Don't forget that the piece in the Times at the New Year said the company are a private equity target presumably because of the ridiculous undervaluation! So the possibility of a bid isn't just idle speculation...
nobbygnome
30/1/2021
15:44
Well yes any potential acquirers might want to get in quickly before the price runs away...... What do we reckon, maybe 50p would get the company if an offer came next week?!?
nobbygnome
30/1/2021
15:17
With All This Attention.....Wouldn’t Surprise If Offers .....Started Rolling In ....
porky8
30/1/2021
14:12
Yes over 4% of the shares traded on Friday which is unusual for TLY; its rare we even get to 1%. You have to expect further rises next week...
nobbygnome
30/1/2021
14:00
Shareholder Register Updated ......Interest Growing .... Very Rare To See Volume Like Friday ......
porky8
29/1/2021
19:25
Richard Sneller has done very well. Interesting to see where we close this day week. The prospects look great You have to remember that in 2017 totally raised £15 million at .55p a share. Now that would be a good starting point
hybrasil
29/1/2021
17:12
As said here earlier (by other posters) and many times, the back log building up on the NHS is immense. The staff there would welcome a bit of outsourcing help to try and get yhe numbers down, which will take a few years i think.
hamhamham1
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