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
  0.00 0.0% 46.00 165,798 08:00:29
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
45.00 47.00 46.00 45.00 46.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 113.71 0.06 0.17 270.6 86
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:22:42 O 25,000 46.00 GBX

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Totally Daily Update: Totally Plc is listed in the Health Care Equipment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TLY. The last closing price for Totally was 46p.
Totally Plc has a 4 week average price of 39.50p and a 12 week average price of 37p.
The 1 year high share price is 49p while the 1 year low share price is currently 30.25p.
There are currently 187,228,802 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 621,730 shares. The market capitalisation of Totally Plc is £86,125,248.92.
sikhthetech: Taylor "why TLY spends the majority of shareholder funds on serial acquisitions rather than rewarding shareholders with enhanced dividends?" They have been building a diversified business to address the significant challenges facing the NHS, as they stated in their strategy. They have been growing the business as well as expanding it. They have done exactly what they said they would, so BoD are very credible (unlike your Orph) Look at the NHS and you'll see how it's a mess with no little connection between Primary, Secondary and tertiary sectors. TLY brings all these together as a leading Out of Hospital provider offering: 1) Urgent Care - NHS 111, Urgent Care/Walk in Centres, 2) Planned care - physio, dermatology, referrals, mental health 3) Insourcing to address the huge backlog of operations in all 4 UK nations plus republic of Ireland. 4) Company wellbeing - companies are responsible for staff wellbeing, even if they work from home. I think they had the right strategy to build the diversified business as their results have shown. They still pay dividends, which increased last time. Increasing recurring revenues of £122m+++ Cash £15m as of 31st March Paying dividends. Mcap £74m with £15m cash. TLY's Strategy: "Building Totally into a leading ‘out of hospital’ healthcare provider to help address the significant healthcare challenges faced by the UK now and importantly, in the future"
sikhthetech: Totally sees profits beating market forecasts as Covid drives rise in demand The company won new contracts worth £59mln and contract extensions worth £72mln in the 12-month period to end-March Allenby Broker: EBITDA expected to be substantially ahead of consensus - Year-end cash significantly higher than forecast - An exceptionally strong year – Pioneer integrating well - Growth opportunities and market position not reflected in share price " Growth opportunities and market position not reflected in share price – This is an upbeat trading update and we remain confident that further progress will be made in FY23 and FY24. We look forward to the results in July when we will have an opportunity to revisit our forecasts. Fair value remains at 75p "
supernumerary: m5 - gave you a tick up just to balance the downtick - the tikh hard at work ticking I guess :¬) I'm sure investors here are aware that all the share price rise in the last 12 months occurred in one week in early April last year. Since then it's been static at best, but mostly in a slow decline. Strange in a year when we heard constantly about NHS staffing problems, but I guess when you've really only got one customer that's the sort of risk you run. Even the board has recognised the problem - organic growth isn't working very well, which is why most of the RNS's aren't new contracts but merely notifications of renewals - another way of saying 'this is a contract we haven't lost'. And hence also they're now trying to buy in growth. Monday's acquisition looks sensible enough although I'm not convinced by the price, but the 'wellness' company looks to be riding a fad that died out 5 years ago. We'll see - time and reality reveal all. Anyway, not a fan of rising to bait tossed out by numpties with a problem, so won't post here again. Unless provoked of course :¬) Let's face it, tikh has no effect on the share price here or at Orphan - he'd have to spend money to do that...
football: Any bad news in the pipe line? Totally Plc (TLY) hit a downwards monthly price breakout. 4 minutes ago Totally Plc Totally Plc (TLY) hit a downwards weekly price breakout. 1 day ago Totally Plc Totally Plc (TLY) hit a downwards weekly price breakout. 2 days ago Totally Plc Totally Plc (TLY) hit a downwards weekly price breakout. 3 days ago
spacedust: I know my share price history of tly. Do you or are you clueless in that field. Good job they pay a dividend. Ill be adding at 24p again. Just need some more contracts to help the share price decline. 140p highest purchase here when tly had shtt all.
spacedust: Tly share price history - the more good news is released the lower the share price drivels down. As long as we keep increasing cash keep winning contracts keep increasing revenues and profits the share price will drivel down to 24p.
sikhthetech: I think PIs don't understand the business model. Is it better to follow the crowd or buy before the crowd??? Everyone will have different opinions on that. Qxl: Not saying it's the same but think about qxl, pace, blnx etc... qxl share price was falling because PIs didn't understand the potential. It was the MBO and subsequent counter bid, which got PIs interested and the company became an 'interesting' company. The share price rose 10,000% from before the MBO to the final bid, from 300p to £360. Pace: again was a boring share, with it's challenges and potential. The double whammy of Earthquakes and floods crashed the share price and could have bankrupted them. Despite them received a bid, the number of PIs still remained low. I followed the company/sector newsflow was reviewing the company as it progressed.
sikhthetech: Mr Oz, TLY is not a trading share. The share price is news driven. Buywell and others were saying similar last year around the time of the interims, when the share price was 17.75p. Look what happened. Buywell has repeatedly been proven wrong. Look at the chart. During the week after H1 last year (9th Nov), the share price rose and within 3 months had doubled. This doubling was based on events/newsflow and not hype. The BoD have done what they said they would. The recent falls have been on small sells by shorters. There hasn't been any news nor large sells. buywell3 - 10 Nov 2020 - 19:00:07 - 16540 of 18406 Totally Health - 2014 <...> The chart now sits with a big triangle formation formed and the results have not given any positive impetus Which imo is not very good to be honest in this vaccinated froth situation
gbcol: Looks like I’m more patient that I thought. Just re-read an email I sent to Totally back in Nov 2018 stating my dissatisfaction with the share price and that I wasn’t happy with what the BOD were doing about it. Included the lines :- “I am sure you will point to apparent progress that the company is making and the many contracts that have been awarded to Totally but frankly, that is cold comfort when with every new award or announcement the share price continues it's horrific descent. I have kept faith throughout the last few years, continuing to invest as the share price fell but it is difficult to see what will turn the tide short of definitive and positive action from the Totally BOD.” At least the share price is up from the 20p ish levels of then but really does show the painfully slow progress they are making. STT is right to highlight the upcoming interims. I will certainly be hanging in there until those. I continue to live in hope that they will deliver what the market requires - which I suspect along with good revenue, good profit & cash position is increased divi and news on acquisitions/potential fund raise. BTW the response to that email back in 2018, said very little other than saying the BOD share my frustrations on the share price
sikhthetech: GBCol, Like you, I've been taking advantage of the lower share price and averaged down and now at a substantial profit. I've closed my 15000 cfd position (avg 11p), at a significant profit. The bull case hasn't changed. The share price movements don't bother me. Remember PIC were also trading at lows until they were taken over at a reasonable price. TLY have built a diversified business with 3 subsidiaries, Urgent Care, Planned Care and Insourcing. The business did well during covid, despite parts of their business being closed. Insourcing was setup only 2 yrs ago and is already expanding into Ireland. They bought Greenbrook only 2 yrs ago so to prepare themselves for the 2019 govn NHS Long Term Plan. However, those plans were delayed due to GE, which eventually was in Dec 2019. The Dec 2019 GE gave the Tories a majority so they could go ahead with their plan. However, just 3 months later Covid hit and NHS came to a standstill. The GE and Covid delayed the 2019 NHS long terms plans. They did stop TLY from their goals. NHS 111 was a key part of covid prevention planning. Covid also highlighted the need to reform the NHS. Now NHS, especially NHS 111 and long waiting lists, are at the forefront of everyone's minds. It should, therefore, be easier to promote NHS 111 and Urgent Care Centres. Now the long awaited NHS reforms to NHS & Social Care are going through Parliament. ICS will form a crucial part of these plans. TLY are in the right place at the right time. The interims are due within weeks, which hopefully should provide some more clarity. 2019 - Greenbrook acquisition document: "BACKGROUND TO AND REASONS FOR THE ACQUISITION The Board believes Greenbrook Healthcare to be a strong acquisition candidate, for the following reasons: l Growing market for outsourced urgent care services The Directors believe that publications such as the Integrated Urgent Care Service Specification published in August 2017, which calls for all A&Es to establish adjacent UCCs1, and the NHS Long Term Plan published in January 20192 demonstrate the potential market for services being provided by both Vocare and Greenbrook Healthcare. The Directors also believe that there is increasing demand for urgent care services nationwide and a need to develop innovative delivery models to support the delivery of key NHS national performance targets." "l New services and opportunities The acquisitions completed to date by Totally have offered opportunities for the Group to enhance the portfolio of services it delivers as part of an out-of-hospital healthcare strategy. This strategy is in line with NHS policy and its vision for the delivery of out-of-hospital healthcare services. The Directors believe the acquisition of Greenbrook Healthcare will help enable Totally to deliver further on its strategy to become a leading provider of out-of-hospital healthcare in the UK. In addition, Totally’s existing range of out-of-hospital services, in addition to its UCC offering, covering, inter alia, NHS 111, GP OoH services, integrated urgent care, physiotherapy, community-based dermatology, referral management services and clinical health coaching provide opportunities to support Greenbrook Healthcare and the urgent care services it can provide and offer to patients. "
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