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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.20p +0.86% 23.50p 357,178 11:51:58
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
23.00p 24.00p 24.00p 22.50p 23.30p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 42.54 2.11 3.64 6.5 14.1

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17/8/2018
09:20
Totally Daily Update: Totally Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TLY. The last closing price for Totally was 23.30p.
Totally Plc has a 4 week average price of 20p and a 12 week average price of 20p.
The 1 year high share price is 60.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 20p.
There are currently 59,795,172 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 302,018 shares. The market capitalisation of Totally Plc is £14,051,865.42.
10/8/2018
15:04
sikhthetech: "How deep are you in to Totally? Not in absolute terms but as a % of your equity portfolio? Just to give other posters a reference point for how desperate you might be to see the share price go up?" ah, the old backstory post again... I don't let any of my investments cloud my judgement ... applies to all my investments classes... property, shares, collectibles... I never invest more than I can afford to lose... But then I told you this when you desperately tried to sell the arb trading story to me... And, contrary to you and your mates posts, as you can see from my posting history on TLY or indeed Pace, I never got desperate when the share price was falling...
10/8/2018
14:26
1gw: Can you not see a difference between (1) having an opinion that there might be a gang operating on some threads and (2) accusing specific posters of being in such a gang? Or between (1) knowing that a number of posters have more than one id and (2) accusing specific posters of having multiple ids? You seem to reach for accusations of multiple ids and gang behaviour simply because you can't think of convincing arguments to counter points being made. As for being in deep, I have just under 12% of my portfolio in R1 and it's currently my second biggest holding. I made a point of highlighting Cogefi's likely difficulty on maintaining their R1 position and then posted the evidence on a monthly basis that they were actually selling down. Hardly the actions of someone desperate to see the share price rise is it? But clearly I would like to see the share price go up, as I would with all my holdings. How deep are you in to Totally? Not in absolute terms but as a % of your equity portfolio? Just to give other posters a reference point for how desperate you might be to see the share price go up?
04/8/2018
19:22
f3rdinand: To be fair, in the current market, with the seller seemingly gone (touch wood), it wouldn't take many shares bought back to create a substantial increase in share price! If they just bought £1 million pounds worth (4 million ish shares) I could see others piling in and creating such a tight squeeze where the share price re-rates to 40/50p region! IMO
17/7/2018
20:35
bozzy_s: In the long run, who cares about day-to-day share price movements? I frankly don't care too much about traders selling for a quick 5-10%. It's the company performance that matters. If the financials continue to improve, the company remains profitable while it expands, frankly I hope the share price crashes so I can buy more. My strategy here is buying now in the hope TLY keeps growing as it has over the past year. Hoping for dividends in 5-10 years time which represent a high yield on my 24p entry point. Lots of ifs, lots of risk, but being fully funded by others at 55p per share mitigates that slightly.
10/7/2018
22:37
sikhthetech: Agree... and with cash of £10.2m.. Mcap of around £14m... I think now is probably a good time for a buy back... Ideally transferring the shares in Treasury rather than cancelling them, although they have said they intend to cancel.... If shares are transferred into Treasury then I think this will show that they are more confident for the future... IF the share price performs well then when they are ready for their next acquisition, sell them... "The Company may either cancel any Ordinary Shares it purchases under the authority granted by the Resolution or transfer them into treasury (and subsequently sell or transfer them out of treasury or cancel them). The Directors currently intend to cancel all shares purchased under the authority granted by the Resolution." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/totally-TLY/share-news/Totally-PLC-Notice-of-GM/77232696
08/7/2018
19:12
sikhthetech: quite... I would be worried if Bob Holt was leaving TLY BEFORE he's had an opportunity to lay down some firm foundations and seen signs of success at TLY ... He took Mears from the £50k investment to £900m revenues and £22m profit for last year... I think that's a huge achievement.... If it means Bob will be able to devote more of his time to TLY and achieve even 1/2 what he managed to at Mears then that's going to be great... I also read recently that Sir Martin Sorrell, 73 yrs old, who successfully guided WPP for 33 yrs, recently left them... so agree, Bob's 63 yrs is nothing... I know Bob is passionate about charity work, especially his work in Africa, so maybe he'll devote some more time to that... The results and outlook should provide us with some clarity as to how they are doing with their stated strategy... The Mcap is £12.5m against their cash as of 31st Dec of £11m... Time will tell... https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/totally-TLY/share-news/Totally-PLC-Interim-results/77050377
24/5/2018
16:15
savagedstock: I agree that with all this good news about, the share price's failure to respond is baffling.....however relying on buyback announcement by the company is, imho , fanciful. Micro companies, which this is, should never use shareholder cash to buy back their shares, that is not why they received their cash in the first place. They should be putting that cash to work, growing the business. If the strategy is Buy & Build, then Buy, then Build. Vocare is completed and being digested, so get on with the next one. Earnings Accretive acquisitions will drive the share price, not any buyback. Why? Because buybacks are used for mature businesses that want to enhance EPS....this company has no E (not a positive one anyway), so there is little point. Instead get a positive E and the share price will take care of itself. So the question is will we see a positive E in the FY results announcement, presumably sometime next month? We know that the TLY ex Vocare is not profitable, but fingers crossed. So that leaves Voc....now as I recall the company stated at the time of the admission document for vocare, that they expected vocare to be profitable between september and march, though loss making before that. If they deliver on that then the price will react accordingly, so the quicker they provide a trading update the better....it has been 2 months now since year end. i am sure that the ceo will not want to disappoint, so you may get something like it was loss-making to March, but profitable thereafter (april and may). How the market will take that is unclear, but in all likelihood, positively. Everyone references Mears group, but i think you have to be a little careful. All the money made by Mears is in facilities management - the domiciliary care business has been loss making for some time. They have been walking away from contracts, trying to push through price increases, and struggling with serious staff churn, the national living wage etc...So if you want to read across from Mears the healthcare part to TLY, it makes grim reading....it is probably better to look at TLY as a standalone entity and see if the management team can meet the challenge.
08/5/2018
21:22
nobbygnome: Ok so here goes. I was the only shareholder present at the GM so had free reign to ask as many questions as I wanted. Unfortunately Bob wasn't there but most of the rest of the board including the non execs were. Wendy answered most of my questions. So here are the major points 1. There are currently 12 Integrated Urgent Care contracts to bid for although TLY won't bid for all of them. To give some idea of the size the biggest is £96 million over 5 years so these are seriously big contracts. Of course the other major bidder is Care UK which is going through a bit of a hiatus at the moment so there is no doubt TLY are in a good position to win some of these contracts. 2. The 111 service in Wales is up for bids currently, although nothing has happened in Northern Ireland yet. 3. The final results will probably be early July although a precise date hasn't been decided on yet. 4. The Cornwall contract which effectively is an IUC type contract is the best performing service in the country 5. I asked whether Vocare is profitable and of course they wouldn't answer that question directly since they are in a closed period. However, they said the share buy back scheme is because they have surplus cash. So a business which was haemorrhaging cash would not have surplus cash and be in a position to do a share buy back. So I think it is safe to assume that Vocare is at least at break even, if not profitable! 6. Miton have sold all the shares in one fund but actually still have shares in another fund which they are holding on to. Killick sold out but then promptly bought a bigger holding right back, which seems a little strange. Wendy said she did not know of any other institutions which were selling. In summary my take is that the board were oozing confidence and there was much talk of the 'ridiculous share price'. My assumption is that acquisitions will be put on hold until the share price is higher and so in the short term a share buy back is better use of the surplus cash. However, it is only an authority to buy shares and of course they may or may not use it! So I don't think there is any guarantee they will but I would be surprised if they didn't buy at least some of the 10% permitted. All IMHO and reproduced with my best endeavour but I can't guarantee everything is 100% accurate. GLA Nobby
29/3/2018
12:27
sikhthetech: 1gw, Good Post. Cash is important to focus on with TLY... The current cash amount is important as TLY strategy is to acquire companies by paying a small upfront cash amount and the remaining as deferred, performance based cash. 15/03/2016, TLY raised £6m and over the course of the year, they bought 3 companies for initial consideration of approx £2.3m and max consideration of £14m... Therefore, they immediately owed more than the cash they have. NHS has many problems and there is a distinct lack of connected care... The changes started several years ago, when the govn announced their 5 yr plan to give patients more choice - 'Shared Decision Making'... TLY raised £6m 15/3/2016 Premier Physical Health £371k then £6.75m https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/totally-TLY/share-news/Totally-PLC-Proposed-Acquisition-Premier-Physical/70762600 About Health £1.83m then max £7.7m https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/totally-TLY/share-news/Totally-PLC-Acquisition-of-About-Health-Limited/71744769 15/11/16 Optimum Sports Performance £400k then max £650k https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/totally-TLY/share-news/Totally-PLC-Acquisition-of-Optimum-Sports-Performa/72914200 Then in 2017, they raised £17m and so far, spent £6.5m initial consideration on Vocare acquisition and have £11m in cash (as of Dec 2017). 27/2/17 Raise £17m https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/totally-TLY/share-news/Totally-PLC-GBP-18M-Placing-and-Open-Offer-Notic/73955929 6/10/17 Vocare £6.5m cash + £3.5m shares + £1m based on ebidta (march 2018) Max £11m https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/totally-TLY/share-news/Totally-PLC-Proposed-Acquisition-of-Vocare-for-up/75807794 Therefore, cash is important... it provides some guidance as to whether they are likely to need further placing for working capital.... I, too, would like an update, well before Sept, preferably within the next few weeks...
18/11/2017
13:24
macthepak: If TLY share price continues to go down as predicted by the Eicchi Hiromitsu indicator with entry point at 32.02p to 32.45p, I will have to start buying at 32.45p. See how next week unfolds.
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