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|The share price action is normal consolidation taking place until the next trigger point or news is released via RNS.|
|aka "a bit of profit taking"
I still like the way they're quietly getting their knitting done
without waste of time & money. I'm staying long anyhow.|
|Broken to the downside of the wedge.
5p - 6p a real possibility
3.5p strong support IMO|
|Interesting and I suspect that TPG are going to tender for more than the air management system.
The new investments in the engineering unit could mean that they can supply other components.
Given their close working relationship with BAE and the MoD,TPG look to be in a good position.
Edit: This makes it look much more likely that the MoD will take up their full option in the recent contract.
Sorry that last bit is a bit misleading.
The recent contract is :- "for the provision of up to 8 Combined Oxygen Generating Systems ('COGS') and additional ancillary items to upgrade in-service Royal Navy submarines."
Obviously the more submarines in service the more likely that the MoD will need all 8 systems BUT with new submarines the units are purchased by BAE so new boats mean further ADDITIONAL orders AND the likelihood of the MoD requiring additional spare and replacement units at a later date i.e. up to 8 as per the recent contract.|
|The Daily Mail (and no doubt many others) has the new sub story today
Sadly I have also had to filter dimwit who does not enhance my knowledge or life experience|
|All gone quiet|
£1.4 billion deal for Royal Navy’s new attack submarine
From:Ministry of Defence, Defence Equipment and Support.
First published:19 April 2017
Rear Admiral Paul Methven, Director Submarines Acquisition for the Submarine Delivery Agency, said:
The signature of this contract secures another world-class nuclear submarine for the Royal Navy. These are the most technologically advanced submarines we have ever operated, offering much greater firepower, better communications and more advanced stealth technology than their predecessors.
Have you tried filtering in a normal browser, see if it will carry through to the app?|
|Can you filter using advfn app? Never figured it out.|
|Shes going DOWN|
|At the end of August last year:
"TP Group (AIM: TPG), the specialist technology, engineering and managed solutions group, is pleased to announce it has signed a contract to supply a new variant of its existing carbon dioxide scrubber technology to ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems GmbH ('TKMS'), one of the leading system providers of non-nuclear submarines and high-end vessels.
The initial contract with TKMS is worth a minimum of GBP1.65 million, with the potential for multiple further units."
I see that the Norwegian navy is buying four submarines from TKMS (Feb 2017)and the German Navy is ordering two.
TKMS is a leader in the use of fuel cells in conventional submarines and I suspect the fuel cell technology is tied into TPG's technology or at least requires a more sophisticated (expensive) offering from TPG.
In the past units for conventional submarines came in at c. £1m.
TPG taking part in a major exhibition in May.
(sorry I've lost the link but this is not yet on the web site)
UDT (Undersea Defence Technology. exhibition)
TKMS are the lead in this exhibition and TPG are there with a stand.|
|FFS I have had this guy filtered since he arrived here yet I still have to see some others responding to him,perhaps its time to extend the filter range.
To be fair this person was quite upfront and announced in his first post that he was "special" (a nutter) so it was an easy decision to filter him.
Would people responding do the rest of us a favour and simply ignore him or better still, just filter him.|
|Today is just the start of the long drop to retest 6p then down to 4.5p
You have been warned|
|Even if they are pumping the price for a placing then who cares. As long as investors have trailing stops in place or at the very least stop losses then most will still exit with a profit. Investors have to ensure that they ignore all the 'noise' when investing on high risk shares listed on AIM. Ride the trend irrespective of what the company is doing or not doing. There are extremely few long term holds on AIM but there are always exceptions like ASOS, etc. When the trend changes, get out and move on to the next share. Some of the big trends on AIM can last more than 12 months so some patience is required. However, some trends are as short as a couple of months. If this is being pumped for a placing and the trend changes then we exit and we can always re-buy in at a lower price in the future.|
|A market price of £35M, near 10 years of future revenue in the bag, playing with the biggest companies and the Mod, additional projects ongoing across the nuclear and energy sectors, dynamic, growing exponentially and near £10M in the bank. If this doesn't get taken over or above 20p within a year... I don't know a better share out there.|
|Pumping the price for a placing imo|
|The fact that TP Group made a loss of £0.2m and the share price went up from 3p to 8p is an excellent result for investors and an excellent share price performance from TP Group. It is all about making as much profit as you can from the AIM market. Don't get fixated with loss making. Look at share price action and volume, direction of trend, momentum and always set a stop loss. Once in profit set a trailing stop loss. Maximise your profits and minimise your losses. Trend following is the only way to consistently make money from the AIM market. Value investing does not work and nor does fundamental analysis.|
|When businesses are looking at scaling up their revenues and businesses in general then they are not always profitable depending on the strategy they adopt for execution. Most nano caps and micro caps that are looking at growth (AIM market is generally for growth stocks) then it is revenue generation and increasing it at significant levels which is important to those businesses. It lists on the stock market to raise capital in order to assist it to grow its revenues and business. Those companies that decide not to list on a stock market, that is where profits are extremely important as it is those profits that it uses to help grow its businesses. It can raise money from HNW investors, VC and Private Equity too. Most companies out of the 900+ listed on AIM will be loss making. They will have listed on AIM to raise capital as its main purpose. 90% of those listed on AIM are utter rubbish and junk. This means there are about 90 companies worth investing in on AIM and I think TP Group is one of those. The share price over the last 12 months tells a story. If you invested at 3p and it is now 8p then those investors have made a profit regardless of whether the company if profitable or not. You can have profitable businesses but the share price goes down or does not go up as much as TP Group. For investors the most important thing is the share price as that determines profit or loss.|
Made a loss of £0.2m
That is impressive interceptor :)|
|Very pleased to see the MOD contract confirmation yesterday,within the the last year they have signed three large contracts with the MOD lasting 7 to 8 years which are worth over £10.0m a year in revenue, last year revenue was £21.2m, so very impressive indeed.And then there were other shorter term contracts announce over the last year plus existing contracts already running, prospects look rather good going forward here.
Worth highlighting the chart which has been consolidating nicely over the last 7 weeks, and notice have the chart is tightening towards the left hand side and reducing volume, all of which is a positive setup.
For those that have read Mark Minervini / Trade like a Stock Market Wizard this would be the type of chart setup he looks for, and has a name for it. Volatility Contraction Pattern (VCP)|