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
  -0.05p -0.46% 10.75p 242,683 09:09:58
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10.50p 11.00p 10.80p 10.75p 10.80p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 42.54 2.11 3.64 3.0 6.4

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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 10.80p.
Totally Plc has a 4 week average price of 9.50p and a 12 week average price of 9.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 28.10p while the 1 year low share price is currently 9.50p.
There are currently 59,795,172 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 161,742 shares. The market capitalisation of Totally Plc is £6,427,980.99.
sikhthetech: 1gw, There's this company who specialise in disinfectant cleaners... you may have heard of them... Byotrol (BYOT).. They bought Medimark, nearly a yr ago as follows..: 1) Initial consideration of £2.3m 2) £0.4m Medimark debt 3) £1.15m cash 4) £1.15m from additional shares @ 4.1p 5) £1.8m deferred subject to achieving EBIDTA targets... Total consideration £4.5m for a company making ADJUSTED EBITDA of ONLY £380k on revenues of just £2.7m... using a similar strategy as TLY.. "year ended 31 March 2018, Medimark reported adjusted EBITDA of GBP380k on revenues of GBP2.7m." "Consideration of up to GBP4.5m is payable in respect of the Acquisition, which includes GBP0.4m of debt that Byotrol is assuming.. Initial consideration of GBP2.3m is payable on completion, being GBP1.15m in cash and GBP1.15m from 28,048,780 new ordinary shares ("Ordinary Shares") being issued at 4.1p per share. An additional GBP1.8m of consideration is payable subject to achieving EBITDA targets in FYE 31 March 2019 and FYE March 2020. The deferred consideration is also to be paid half in cash and half in new ordinary shares." The placing price @ 4.1p, the current share price is around 50% lower @ 2.1p. Your ONE post on the acquisition, on the day of acquisition announced: 1gw - 23 Aug 2018 - 13:10:33 - 3152 of 3628 BYOTROL-CAN DELIVER AMAZING RESULTS - BYOT Nice surprise on my return from the beach! Good to see them get the results out today in the end and I like the fact that the acquisition shares are priced above 4p. Also I agree it sounds like good news that the Target trial is being extended - although I suppose it could mean the results are borderline and they need more time to decide whether it is going to be viable. Didn't you look at the accounts, liabilities, strategy etc, before loading up... Oh you did... Management seem to be doing the right thing, eh... Management seem to be doing the right things... 1gw - 28 Feb 2019 - 15:04:42 - 3455 of 3628 BYOTROL-CAN DELIVER AMAZING RESULTS - BYOT I've bought some more. Takes Byotrol into the top 3 in my portfolio. High risk, but management seem to be doing the right things and sound confident. I think there is potential for the share price to do very well, especially if they can derisk the US by landing some licensing deals now that they've got such a good shop window through the Target trial. DON'T YOU THINK BYOT OVERPAID FOR MEDIAMARK???? OR IS IT OK BECAUSE YOU AND YOUR MATES FOOTBALL AND SHRODER ARE ALSO INVESTED IN IT. BYOT MCAP IS HIGHER THAN TLY.
pugugly: Share price 13 Oct 2014 - was 31.5p Share price today 10p - QED- The answer is in the share price - Bears 10 Bulls 0.5 - Outright win for the bears - Remember Momentum is your fried -
1gw: Microscope - do you also believe the earth is flat perhaps? The share price closed at 47p on 23rd October 2017, the day before the Vocare acquisition completed. It was suspended on Friday at 11.25p (according to Yahoo! Finance) Who knows what price placing shares will be issued at? 10p, 8p, less? That is messing up in a big way as far as long-term holders are concerned. It depends how many placing shares they issue, but if it is at the sort of scale that savagedstock has suggested then existing shareholders pretty much lock that loss in because of the dilution. On a willing-seller / willing-buyer basis tly is going to be paying fair value for Greenbrook (plus probably a premium equal to a % of expected synergies). So upside in the merged company comes from exceeding that fair value (plus premium) and any recovery in the underlying existing tly business. Existing tly holders suffer from the dilution (if 2 new placing shares for each 1 existing tly share, then existing holders are exposed to only 1/3 of the upside). And the "reverse" is down to the technical AIM definition - in this case presumably it is the fact that the underlying profit of Greenbrook is higher than that of Tly.
1gw: Low risk? What some of our resident rampers were arguing at a share price of around 25p in August 2018 was that Tly was low risk because of the cash on their balance sheet. I was arguing that this was illusory because of the offsetting liabilities on the balance sheet and that if they needed to fix the balance sheet by a further placing they would probably need a good discount on the share price. Fast forward 9 months to today and to me it looks like the last of the cash is likely to disappear buying Greenbrook - on the basis of them having paid around 7 x PBT or 7 x EBITDA up front for PPH and AH, and for Vocare paying up front a bit more than the cash on the Vocare balance sheet. That's assuming the FY19 Greenbrook accounts are similar to the FY18 accounts. So that leaves them having to raise cash to fix the balance sheet and pay any additional amount up front over what is on the Greenbrook balance sheet. Even if they could raise the cash at 10p (and I doubt that) that would represent a 60% loss on the 25p August share price. In what world is that consistent with tly having been a low-risk investment in August? --------------------------------------- sikhthetech - 10 Aug 2018 - 15:35:26 - 4770 of 8791 "Wouldn't you say it was just a little desperate to present Totally's cash balance relative to market cap as somehow indicative of a low risk investment?" me it's low I've explained/asked.. look at last year's placing and their prior fy2016 accounts… ----------------------------------------- Nobbygnome - 10 Aug 2018 - 11:01:42 - 4738 of 8791 …However, I agree that at this level with the level of cash TLY is very low risk.....despite what some say here. It is all about the management here IMHO...
savagedstock: graham - re post 8274 i think you're sentiment reflects what some of us having been saying here for some time, and don't get me wrong, this is NOT a company bashing post... the market cap is worth the cash they raised less what they paid for various business and the accumulated losses. They raised 18M - spent 8M on Vocare acquisition (assuming that the intrinsic cost on the Harrisons shares was 1.5M) plus at least 3m of accumulated losses since buying Vocare (cash dropped from 10.2 to 'about' 7.5 (the word about is a worry)), giving a market cap of about 7M...Plus they had significant writedowns on all the previous acquisitions So what the share price is telling you is that 1) TLY did not do their DD properly on Vocare 2) they have been unable to extract any value from previous acquisitions 3) management team has no credibility, as you rightly point out. The inability to execute on the share buyback would have led any other Board to sack the CEO.... So where from here? I am not saying this is a bad business, in fact it COULD be a good one if the management knew how to manage the business against a fixed revenue stream. What matters solely is how you control costs, and they are clueless... 1. the focus on CQC ratings is misguided - improving your CQC rating does not mean you can charge more for a contract; you may be able to have a better chance of winning it, but the pricing is usually set nationally, so as long as you are not in special measures, you can bid on a level playing field (or in a crude way, does it really matter whether you are a 3 star hotel or a 5 star if the customer is paying the same per room?). This misguided strategy has probably cost at least 2M of hard cash 2. Shrink the business by 50% - it is better to earn 5% on 50M of revenue than -3% on 100M....this requires a ruthless review of ALL contracts, rather than trying to bid for new ones (i doubt that they are on a better margin) whilst letting the old loss making ones gradually fall away 3. get a PROPER management team in place, and solid NEDs who are going to add value. Bob Holt may be very successful, but overcharging for light bulbs (facilities management) is very different to looking after people...look at the history of the Dom care division at MEARS This can be a business making 3M to 5M a year, so a market cap of 30M to 50M, but what the share price is saying is rip it up and start again...
football: Is not one shareholder here that got into the placing at 55p and now has lost 80% of their capital not concerned that the company is not starting it share buyback yet! Or that Bob hasn't bought a single share! There has been an erosion of the share price to the point where it's embarrassing to look at it yet the company is gone into ostrich mode and buried its head in the sand yet again. So is it that every think is falling to pieces and wage rises have eaten into any profits and the extra costs of employing compliant offices and inflated doctor salaries means is nothing left of any of the contracts you've won. Is it everything is okay and they believe the share price will take care of itself. Once results out. Or is it that they are in negotiations and being bought out by someone who is running algorithms to force the share price down?
1gw: STT - while on 10th August we could reasonably have different opinions about whether TLY shares were low-risk or high-risk as an investment opportunity going forward, we now have some data with which to revisit those opinions. I'm arguing that the near 50% fall in share price since that date, without a "black swan" event to explain it, means I can't see how, in hindsight, a "low-risk" assessment, as of 10th August, could possibly have been correct. To me it is just transparently wrong, with the benefit of seeing subsequent share price movement. If you are arguing that your assessment of "low-risk" as of 10th August was correct, how do you explain the near 50% fall in share price since that date? Or do you see that as normal for what you think of as "low-risk" investments?
1gw: Stt- away from the conspiracy theories, any thoughts on the share price weakness? Could it be anything to do with the balance sheet and cash consumption, or how the Canaccord note sees it developing? Could it be anything to do with the level of institutional selling since the placing? Could it possibly be partly to do with the failure of the company to follow through on a share buyback despite the share price now being much lower than when they put the authority in place? Could fear of a Corbyn government be a factor? Or do you think it is all because rthm posters are selling tly to distract you from posting over there? ----------------------- sikhthetech - 13 Dec 2018 - 09:12:55 - 10231 of 10391 graham, "Hopefully no one got caught on the spike" Traders, pretending to be holders... Have a look at the small trade on TLY, resulting in share price fall, perfectly timed, so to distract posters from posting here...
football: sikhthetech you constantly say the share price or take care of its self once the result out and the market can see the picture looks like the markets seen the complete movie and doesn't like what it's seen, so if you constantly ramping the share and saying the results were excellent wires the share price fallen so much and continues to fall? Could it be concerns over the cash balance like 1gw says that your liabilities are bigger than that or is it that you still have roughly 30% of the authorities still needing attention, maybe the contractual winning are not as good as you say as inflation rises so does wages and your entire business model is based on cheap labour, then again they may be worried that AI technology is taking over the sector and you're just a stopgap to its fully integrated and lastly and ironically it may be that GDPR and data protection are serious concerns here and may lead you open to all sort of litigation, who knows but you've been found lying and 100% wrong saying that the results were excellent and the share price will rise at its done exactly the opposite just hope not too many people got stopped out or bought in on your advice. As you betray the thread as somewhere to listen to bull and bear points about the company but ban anyone that doesn't agree with your gender and only pushes out a ramping point of view and before you say what about your thread it says in my header this is a rampers thread and only positive views so no one can be misled that there only getting one side of the story and should do their research unlike you who say level handed but continually ramp and never allowed negative posts this it's by a blue who you can't stop. I wonder which parts of this post you will edit with your favourite ......... to hide the bits you don't want anyone to see
1gw: The balance sheet is horrific (apart from the cash, as I keep saying). I suggest you show it to any finance specialist and ask them what they think of it. In fact, why not ask the TLY CFO the next time you get a chance and see what she thinks about it and how she would like to change it? I tend to buy in over several years in building up a position, for this type of beaten down stock with recovery potential, unless it comes very good in the short-term or I get uncomfortable with the investment case. So it's relatively early days as a TLY investor for me yet. But I've been following it for years and I thought the placing and subsequent share price fall made it attractive as a (highish-risk) investment. I've bought just 5 times so far including twice after the buyback announcement because I thought that changed the near-term outlook, and once after the AGM because I came away feeling good about the prospects. They appear to have messed up the buyback communication, but I've kept the increased holding because I don't think it fundamentally changes the attractiveness and I think the buyback might still happen in the relatively near term. But none of that changes the underlying issues and certainly doesn't change the facts about what the institutions are doing. Since I'm investing with a multi-year horizon, I really don't care if the share price takes a bit of a further hit, so long as the investment case, in my mind, doesn't deteriorate significantly. In fact, I might choose to buy more if the share price does slip further, but that's not why I'm posting the way I am.
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