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
  +0.50p +2.22% 23.00p 493,995 14:57:17
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
22.00p 24.00p 23.00p 22.00p 22.50p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 4.0 -1.5 -8.0 - 13.75

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20/4/2018
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 22.50p.
Totally Plc has a 4 week average price of 20.50p and a 12 week average price of 20.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 61p while the 1 year low share price is currently 20.50p.
There are currently 59,795,172 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 589,707 shares. The market capitalisation of Totally Plc is £13,752,889.56.
16/4/2018
14:14
brummy_git: Thanks Microscope IMO profit margins are likely to be crucial in turning around the share price. If one theoretically assumes EPS of 2p – hence giving a PER of 11–12 : then approx I think they would need EBIT margins of ~2% on turnover of £85m-£90m. If mgt could get to 5% then, in theory at least, the stock would more than double from current levels. What margins do other similar "headcount related" NHS outsourcers make?
16/4/2018
13:08
brummy_git: Looking at the stock chart, then (and apologies for the cliche) but the share price doesn't seem to resemble the company's name. That said, it does look incredibly cheap, assuming of course mgt can implement various technologies to strip out cost from its NHS contracts, generate economies of scale and in the end improve EBIT margins. Anybody any thoughts on why gross margins are projected to be only 14% next year? How much scope is there to improve this, or is it purely a GM:EBIT conversion story (re "bums on seats")?
15/4/2018
22:15
savagedstock: Everyone is scrambling to figure out what this means, but my best guess is that there will be uncertainty for a while to come. Companies will spend cash (read - burn / waste) with another consultancy industry feeding on their fears....just like the FMD - what happened to that?? I have not looked at TLY for a while but seems to me that the long awaited results did not impress people much. I would hope for the share price that they come up with an update - six weeks since years end, so seems very doable. From what I can see in the NHS, margins are getting much tighter, so it will be interesting to see what the cash balance looks like at end March. You still in this one PUGUGLY?
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...
21/3/2018
20:40
savagedstock: cash balance is somewhat interesting...11m is the year end balance, but how much has been used up in the three months since then, which is historically the busiest time of the year? I note that Allenby never revised their cash forecast for March (old year end) was about £4M from memory. So it will be interesting just how much cash Vocare actually consumes - it is clearly a business on thin margins. It is now becoming a call option rather than a share price - you pay your money you take your choice. Pugugly is quite right, this has drifted to the same level as when BH was brought in. You should also be aware it is quarter end, and a number of institutions are potentially nursing big losses - 50% since the 55p raise. cannot be sitting well with them. What the company needs to do is to get the results out quickly, followed by substantial buying by BH and the Board - this is a company where the tail is wagging the dog - the Harrison brothers are now the largest shareholders with no counterweight from the rest of the Board, a recipe for disaster in my experience. Having been negative since 55p, I am now having a look, but I remain sceptical of giving my money to two brothers who have reversed their way into a listed company, with zero track record of having made any money, and of course trousering £11M along the way.
30/1/2018
21:36
nobbygnome: So a very interesting discussion with the entire TLY team. It was good that Bob, Wendy and Lisa the FD were all there. The most important fact I ascertained is that VOCARE IS PROFITABLE so is not draining the cash in the business! Yes the margins are thin at the moment but they are looking to improve the margins to high single digits in the near future. They said there was much scope to modify the organisation and processes within Vocare to improve the financial performance. In addition, they are bidding for multiple new contracts associated with the NHS's move towards integrated urgent care contracts. There are only 2 companies who are currently licensed to bid for these contracts of which Vocare is one. Northern Ireland and Wales (and maybe Scotland) are also about to introduce 111 services as in England which means there are those contracts to bid for as well. So this means there are multiple further contracts Vocare will win in the near future. Apparently the biggest problem is having enough people to put all these bids together for the large no of contracts! In terms of acquisitions they are being approached all the time by suitable companies. They are looking at 2 seriously but my feeling is that these won't happen in the very short term. They want the share price higher for if/when they need to raise more money for these acquisitions. In terms of the current share price they are as bewildered as I am as to the ridiculous low valuation. I think once it is clear that Vocare is not going to drain cash, there will be a sharp rerating. Interim finances to end of Dec will be published in March (because they are changing the year end to end of March) and these will show that Vocare is not a financial issue. The other businesses continue to win contracts but because of the relative size compared to the overall turnover, they have stopped reporting them individually. They confirmed all the other businesses are profitable. So my considered opinion is that investing in this company is now a complete no brainer! It is clearly ridiculously undervalued and the management expect a rerating in the short term. IMHO it is a strong buy and I will continue to put my money where my mouth is! GLA Nobby
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.
13/11/2017
11:06
macthepak: Last week the share price fell 10%, over the last 4 weeks it has fallen 35% and over the past full year 47%. Eicchi Hiromitsu indicator is still negative for TLY with entry point at 32.02p to 32.45p. I am holding out till then before I make any speculative purchases of TLY shares just on the off chance TLY manage to turn things around at Vocare and report a small profit in spring of 2018.
08/11/2017
16:52
sikhthetech: Pug, "will Totally bea able to make a realistic profit from the current and hopfully new contracts and activities?" That applies to every company... TLY seem to be doing well from their other acquisitions. Will more funding for the NHS solve the healthcare issues???? "Share price action as previously noted suggests more doubters than believers in the market at the moment." 70%-80% in Major Shareholder's hands suggests more believers than doubters, doesn't it?? "PUGUGLY8 Nov '17 - 16:12 - 1821 of 1823 1 1 (premium) Yes - We all know the health service needs to work smarter and more funding but will Totally bea able to make a realistic profit from the current and hopfully new contracts and activities? Share price action as previously noted suggests more doubters than believers in the market at the moment."
02/11/2017
08:53
nobbygnome: I have been holding off posting recently for a variety of reasons but feel compelled to make a comment at this point. We currently have a business which is valued at about a quarter times turnover which clearly on the face of it is ridiculous. The reason for that is the recent problems at Vocare and the lack of profitability, although we are told that should resolve in the second half. So if the Vocare business was slimmed down by losing some of the non profitable problem parts over the coming months and years surely that is a good thing. I remind you that the valuation is currently a quarter times turnover. If the turnover was halved but that resulted in the company being comfortably profitable, I suggest that the share price would be much higher than now. In addition, there will be the inevitable cost savings when you combine businesses. There are always some back office functions which can be shared and will lead to the loss of a number of people, which will help profitability. I have met Bob Holt on a couple of occasions and questioned him in detail, although not since this acquisition. These interactions have led me to put a lot of faith in his judgement. His recent large purchases are encouraging because he is prepared to put his money where his mouth is. The fact that there is rumblings about the increasing privatisation of the NHS is a red herring IMHO. Where greater value can be extracted by contracting services out, there is no doubt it will continue. We all know that large publicly run organisations are notoriously inefficient, which is why there is the scope for profit making efficient companies to step in to provide cheaper services. So I place my faith in Bob Holt to reform Vocare and turn TLY into a sustainably profitable company. In addition, we can expect further acquisitions in the future which will further expand the company and lower the risk. At this level it is a stonking buy IMHO, although experience tells me it may well go lower before we get the inevitable rerating. GLA Nobby
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