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% 33.00 1,436,076 16:35:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
32.00 33.00 34.25 32.50 33.75
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 105.95 -3.41 -1.82 60
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:39:20 O 620,000 33.00 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 33p.
Totally Plc has a 4 week average price of 27.25p and a 12 week average price of 19.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 35.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 9.15p.
There are currently 182,190,111 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,782,096 shares. The market capitalisation of Totally Plc is £60,122,736.63.
the real capitalcity: Welcome aboard ygor! I was put on to TLY by a fellow member of the Synairgen share guild and I looked into them too. I'd originally set it to a modest 5% profit, but further assessed a greater return is likely. (at the last RNS I could have easily and quickly achieved my 5% return, but now look to this as a slightly longer-term hold) It is slightly irritating that this took a dive on the Govt White paper, but was oversold in my opinion by people who don't understand the workings of outsourcing v's insourcing (which is where I see the real added value) I previously worked in the BPO sector and I don't regret my decision to hold here, the healthcare sector is ripe for disruption in the way it currently functions, and as you say this company has potential...
homeboy: stink-the-breath sends an email to the company asking them to hold his hand and mop his brow plus change his nappy while they're at it what reply do you think a company might send, of course they're going to say everything is wonderful that's why old stinky is a muppet, reads everything and understands nothing without someone telling him what to do change is coming, the government rightly or wrongly are re-nationalising the nhs, this will affect tly's business model share price dropping again today, watch what the market thinks and not clueless stink-the-breath
the real capitalcity: Grahamwales >No tin hat necessary as far as I'm concerned.95% of the Doctors, nurses and other staff are lovely and work very hard.It's unfortunate that despite that it is run very inefficiently and the wasted time and effort is off the scale.My wife is presently attending hospital on a regular basis. On the occasions I've been able to attend with her, I've sat quietly and observed the staff. One particular member of the nursing team had the job of walking between reception and the consulting room with pieces of paper, and from her uniform colour I'm certain she was a matron!Now ask yourself, in the 21st century is that really good use of a senior persons time??I visited China on business 2 years ago, and a colleague I was travelling with required urgent medical care, and the difference in efficiency was like night and day! Apparently Thailand, South Korea anx Malaysia are even better!For a company like Totally, the opportunities to drive out unnecessary waste just from efficiency savings is huge, and as I've previously mentioned, they could operate using a "Gain share" model where the considerable savings are shared with the NHS. Everyone wins and staff morale improves too.I worked in BPO for around 10 years within a large financial services client, and have personally seen what a transformative change it can bring about. A good service provider targets unnecessary waste and cost while investing in people and effective technology to make their jobs easier and more productive.
barkboo: Hi Footy - Sikhthetech has personally told me he's, "not worried about tomorrow or if the TLY share price drops" perhaps he is short this stock?? I suppose - what goes round....
thordon: Will TLY staff keep working next week - YES Will TLY staff keep working next Month - YES Will TLY staff keep working next six Month - YES Will TLY staff keep working in the next Year - YES Will TLY staff keep working upto April 2022 - YES after this point we are entering some contracts that require extending.
melody9999: I think the reason that the share price has gone up so much recently is because it was considered that, no matter what happened with the pandemic, TLY services would always be in demand. But now the leaked document means that thesis is not watertight. I took profits too early at 29p - suspect others will take profits tomorrow even if the company does put out a 'damage limitation' RNS.
sikhthetech: TLA, Feel free, it's your money. If the share price falls to 25p, I will load up big time. People don't understand the business model nor the NHS. The NHS is disjointed, postcode lottery... It needs to improve and be uniform across the country. Competitive tenders for healthcare, where the contract is awarded on costs and not merit should not be used within healthcare environment. If contracts are awarded on merit then TLY, with their proven record and CQC rankings will benefit. The problem at the moment is one CCG will award a contract because it's within it's budget, whilst the neighbouring CCG might not. Covid has shown how NHS 111 was crucial in helping. If anything I think the proposals will speed up the rollout of bigger contracts, which is what Boris wanted to do when he came into power, before the country was hit by the pandemic. It was the reason, I believe, why TLY bought GBH in 2019. What is in the proposals was already known about but were delayed due to covid. TLY are in the right place at the right time. sikhthetech - 06 Jun 2019 - 13:08:10 - 9147 of 17302 Totally Health - 2014 <...> New IUC contracts being rolled out over the next 2 yrs... Create Integrated Care Systems everywhere by Apr 2021. "In the meantime, within the current legal framework, the NHS and our partners will be moving to create Integrated Care Systems everywhere by April 2021, building on the progress already made. ICSs bring together local organisations in a pragmatic and practical way to deliver the "triple integration of primary and specialist care, physical and mental health services, and health with social care. They will have a key role in working with Local Authorities at level, and through ICSs, commissioners will make shared decisions with providers on population health, service redesign and Long Term Plan implementation."
sikhthetech: Oryx virtually back to the position they were last July, 7 months ago, when the share price was around 16p. Since then the share price has doubled, so it's not surprising, they trimmed a few. They sold ex-divi, so will get the divi.. 22 July 2020 - they increased to 5.49% Then reduced a few a couple of weeks ago.
sikhthetech: Miton bought in the placing at 10p, so with current share price of 20p, they have doubled their money. Not surprising if they are selling. The crucial point is they backed TLY when the company wanted to buy GBH, as they had also done so on another occassion. They are a good fund manager to have onboard, IF TLY BoD want to raise money for another acquisition. The other point is Miton were forced sellers and not because of any concerns over TLY's business or prospects.. "To fund withdrawals, Williams has trimmed some of his holdings while selling out of others completely. The number of stocks in the portfolio has fallen from 89 at the end of May to 56 at the end of last year." As of 31st Oct, TLY was still one of Miton's top 20 holdings:
gbcol: I think the presentation was good and definitely worth tuning in for. Maybe they are not slick, polished performers but actually that can help as you don't get the usual corporate speak and BS. Yes they are very proud of what they are doing and how the business is doing. Nothing wrong with that IMO. Judging by the amount of notes I took, it can't just have been all waffle (acknowledge that debt explanation was waffle though and not much wiser other than it includes stuff like potential but unknown about malpractice claims that could occur in future although may not crystalise). A few of my take-aways:- No appetite in NHS for rebidding which means that contracts are just rolling over, with ALL extra work being paid for Urgent care currently 96% of revenues and doing very well Involved in various pilots with NHS which in terms of 111 has led to TLY process being accepted as NHS gold standard that other companies will have to meet Order book for Insourcing increasing above their expectations Keen on proactively growing revenues. 111 a big growth area. Frustrated by share price performance and no explanation. No expectation of doing share buybacks (advised not to do it just to support SP) Not looking at any significant acquisitions and so no plans for cash raise. Could do small bolt ons if appropriate eg technology Planned care not really affected by 2nd lockdown (unlike 1st one where it stopped). Currently running at 85% capacity. Intention of board to carry on with divi policy although not move to a progressive divi until we are through current uncertainties. All IMO and to the best of my recollection, but feel free to comment if I have mis-interpreted anything. For what it's worth, I have been adding at current levels recently and consider anything sub-18p as a steal, although TBH I've probably got plenty for my needs now!
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