Buy
Sell
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Touchstar Plc LSE:TST London Ordinary Share GB00BD9YDB55 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 37.00 35.00 39.00 37.00 37.00 37.00 77 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 7.1 -0.8 -5.9 - 3

Touchstar Share Discussion Threads

Showing 1376 to 1398 of 1400 messages
Chat Pages: 56  55  54  53  52  51  50  49  48  47  46  45  Older
DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/10/2020
13:38
12-10-20 Autobrite Direct Case Study: Streamlining Payroll Processes with TouchStar Time and Attendance : https://www.touchstar.co.uk/blog/autobrite-direct-case-study
leoboy
13/10/2020
13:13
News on Web site of a case study with Albright . Initial order back in 2018, so not really sure if they have added more to the solution or not.
cocker
24/9/2020
14:00
Hotelcare Case Study: Driving Efficiencies and Reducing Costs with TouchStar Time and Attendance 23-09-20 click : https://www.touchstar.co.uk/blog/hotelcare-case-study-ta
leoboy
23/9/2020
21:57
Hotelcare Case study uploaded onto TST website.
bio_tango
22/9/2020
13:15
Any updates from meeting yesterday? Normally, Rivaldo kindly provides a summary.
likitorma
19/9/2020
14:30
No, people who invest seriously move on.There is nothing wrong with keeping a weather eye on a previous investment but taking the time and effort to post largely negative points is very dubious behaviour.If all you see are negatives then you simply console yourself that you have made the correct decision in selling.I look in here to see if I have missed anything of any great import regarding the company but I mean hard news that I can evaluate on my own.Anyone who can extract any meaning or information from a previous holder purposely trying to talk down a company they previously held shares in should perhaps revisit their own decision making process.In my experience this behaviour by a previous holder is to try and talk the share down for a repurchase at a lower level or more often to justify to themselves that they were right to sell the share.Anyway, things are moving along and I'm quite happy being invested in a software company supplying the logistics /transport industry and is more than holding its own in the middle of all that's going on.
pavey ark
19/9/2020
09:38
Surely a serious and able investor is one who keeps an open mind and one who encourages others to put their points of view across, whether bull or bear. BT, you carry on as I'm happy to always listen to both sides of the coin whether you're in/out / or on the sidelines.
cocker
18/9/2020
21:35
BT., you've sold....fair enough...we all make those sort of decisions on a regular basis.What I NEVER do is come back and try to talk the share down.I am no passing judgement on what you have said but I probably will come back to them at a later date.My point is that if you are a serious and able investor you should now have moved on ..........but we get your thoughts on why you sold.....why?The question is rhetorical .
pavey ark
18/9/2020
17:21
Surely, we have reached a stage where Ian has to consider getting rid of Mark.
bio_tango
18/9/2020
17:07
Isn't there a Warren Buffet quote about a company with a reputation for poor fundamentals meeting a management with a reputation for success?
arthur_lame_stocks
18/9/2020
13:03
Sorry but the business was flying pre covid and although frustrating, I think he had turned it around in all fairness.
cocker
18/9/2020
11:50
I must confess that i have personally given up on them turning around the business. Ian had almost 5 years; yet struggling to create any shareholder value. Frustrating at their inability to grow the top line in the last few years with different excuses evey year (General elections, brexit, restructuring, OnBoard, Covid). Let's say even if one or two of those was justified (Covid), it just feels they are hiding behind excuses. How can having no debt at year end be considered a success when at HY stage, cash was approx £1.4million.
bio_tango
18/9/2020
06:59
TRAK had a good day yesterday after AGM statement. Read across the performance?
jeevsje
17/9/2020
09:55
Yes pedantic, as when was ones success on the stock market judged by ones grammer or possible spelling mistake which often happens given most of us post using the predicted text method.However, having looked at Knights of old filing history, a T/O of over 40mill and a profit of some 7 mill. One has to assume contract is possibly of a decent size.
cocker
16/9/2020
20:01
like the Baring/Bering sea ? (did no one go to English classes ?!; except me & a few others) --- wheel baring ? uh. no. child baring ? uh, no. Bering Sea. yes. ==== apologises if I'm being pedantic but at times it seems like many posters don't know some basic stuff, such as the difference between "to" & "too" (too many, an overflow of 'many' or 'we go to the shops') or between 'there's a fish' (= there is a fish) & 'the fish is theirs' (possession, belongs to) its & it's
smithie6
16/9/2020
12:04
I agree as Evergreen was what I would put into the same category. However, the other order was with a much larger outfit thus is of more importance at this stage. The covid 19 has obviously a huge baring on our company and many others, but when things pick up and they will at some stage, the orders will flow as our offerings are top notch.
cocker
16/9/2020
10:06
At this stage the "value" of the contract isn't always measured in simple terms. If this sea food company is of a certain size then it can be used as a selling point to other similarly size companies. I would imagine there are a very large number of say 5-10 van companies who are just struggling on with the systems they used where they had one, then two, then three vans........."time to move up guys!!"
pavey ark
15/9/2020
21:30
No doubt our Churchillian leader will spook us with his outlook on Monday. Who is attending?
bio_tango
15/9/2020
18:18
Knights look like a decent size company so hopefully a decent value contract. Where as sea food contract probably not very much.
cocker
15/9/2020
12:13
orders click : https://www.touchstar.co.uk/blog/knights-of-old-select-touchstar & https://www.touchstar.co.uk/blog/newwaveseafood
leoboy
15/9/2020
12:08
Couple of contract wins on the website namely for PODstar and TS8000 handheld devices.
bio_tango
15/9/2020
11:36
Market makers gladly taking it down.. Yippeee
likitorma
10/9/2020
07:34
Another red day today. Down it goes, no buyers left.
likitorma
Chat Pages: 56  55  54  53  52  51  50  49  48  47  46  45  Older
ADVFN Advertorial
Your Recent History
LSE
TST
Touchstar
Register now to watch these stocks streaming on the ADVFN Monitor.

Monitor lets you view up to 110 of your favourite stocks at once and is completely free to use.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P: V: D:20201020 12:55:26