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Totally Plc LSE:TLY London Ordinary Share GB00BYM1JJ00 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 11.00p 431,580 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
10.70p 11.30p 11.00p 11.00p 11.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 42.54 2.11 3.64 3.0 6.6

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25/3/2019
08:20
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 11p.
Totally Plc has a 4 week average price of 10.50p and a 12 week average price of 10.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 29.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 10.50p.
There are currently 59,795,172 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 307,138 shares. The market capitalisation of Totally Plc is £6,577,468.92.
14/3/2019
11:18
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?
22/2/2019
12:53
microscope: The issue with that Nobby is that you are trading 'against yourself' imho. If you have a core holding, you're just stopping the price from recovering to whatever level your core holding is at. My guess is the share price would be several pence higher by now if you (and others of course) hadn't traded atall. Buys and sells might balance out numerically, but in a downtrend, such as was the case here, as it turned out, the share price is more liable to drop further on sells, than rise on buys.
18/1/2019
11:37
football: The share price is up 7.2% on news that their offices have moved to Derby! Everyone said unknown the offices of moved for months nothing in today's rns for the reasons behind it, Could it be as STT says when you just like to get to work quicker? Could it be because British rail is a nice timetable and easy access? Could it be they need to cut costs? Why don't they mention or give clarity on how much money they have left and the reasons behind the move rather than muddying the waters with £20 billion market in the NHS which they hope to be part of? Looks like this one born every day companies that don't discuss their finances and won't enact on their promises of a share buyback while the directors have no faith in the company and won't put their hand in their pockets to buy shares when the company's share price is on its knees can't be a good sign. Or can it? Good luck all
07/1/2019
13:12
football: How low can this go before STT and he's gang seriously look at the balance sheet and wonder if what a few people here have been saying that it's no good having 9 million in the bank if your liabilities are more than that. It's no good saying the share price is less than what they have in the bank if you have to pay your debts then your bankrupt you have no money to trade. Keep asking if anyone is bothered to contact the board or the company why they have not initiated the share buyback or any board member put their hand in their pocket and back the stock/company. I get told I have privilege or inside information because I email or phone the company for where I invest my money I know most of the time they just give you waffle and plenty of BS but you get a feel in the conversations if they believe what they're saying so is anyone here contacted the company. Why if Bob the builder (10 jobs) is such a good businessman and got his finger on the pulse as we led to believe by the rampers here as you not backed the company with a share buyback or put his is hand in his pocket and bought some shares lately since the share price has collapsed. As always good luck to all genuine shareholders and open it turns out okay and you get a good return on your investment.
26/12/2018
20:20
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?
21/12/2018
10:51
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...
19/12/2018
12:09
football: All joking aside now it is probably a good sector to be in the only problem is now I will leaving the EU wages are rising staff will be harder to find for low-paid work so you will have to increase the wage structure which then will cut any profit if any in the business plan and some of the contracts you've just won could be millstones around your neck. Alternatively this just may be a sell-off up to Christmas and brokers will be buying this next year to have it as their share of the year with big price rises. As the market got wind of some spotty little kid that set up and AI program which undercuts your business and makes it redundant? More ironically though this could be a victim of GDPR as STT keeps telling us the net is closing in and there's already been one NHS outsource lot being done so you could be next. Things I would be worried about if a shareholder area is the management doing a placing at 55p and yes I know it was for a purchase but the share price as continue to fall since without any statements or board members putting their hands in their pockets to show faith in the company don't mind options long as it's not their own money. They also stated months ago about share buyback which got a lot of shareholders excited if they really believed in it why hasn't happened yet? Do the board believe that the company is fair value or do they believe the share price will fall further and then by the shares at a cheaper price? Do think it's about time Bob the builder off one of his jollies to Africa or showing what pub is been drinking in on Twitter and put out a statement saying that the company is on track and there is no problems and they will be starting a share buyback immediately and to kick things off he buys some more shares. Or just thought of it before I click the button could you be in negotiations to be bought out and that's why the company is not issuing any statements and is stopped the share buyback along with board members not being allowed to buy shares seeing they are so low at present? Anyway good luck all shareholders here we will need a bit a cheer at Christmas and not just the liquid kind
06/12/2018
11:40
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
23/10/2018
13:08
football: grahamwales it doesn't matter what anyone thinks the share price now is less than the market And the money in the bank once you take liabilities into account as someone has been pointing out recently either the company is extremely liable to go under or is very undervalued and this is a false market, if we all knew the answers investing would be be easy but no one knows why share price is falling continually day after day and why someone is willing to sell at any price to get out of the company. So as I've said before no need to looking daily if you believe in the company the share price will take care of itself in due course.
19/9/2018
18:21
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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