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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Trafalgar Property Group Plc LSE:TRAF London Ordinary Share GB00B0SP7491 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.09 0.00 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.08 0.10 0.09 0.09 0.09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 2.12 -2.30 -0.54 1
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.09 GBX

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02/12/2020
08:20
Trafalgar Property Daily Update: Trafalgar Property Group Plc is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TRAF. The last closing price for Trafalgar Property was 0.09p.
Trafalgar Property Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.09p and a 12 week average price of 0.09p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.29p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.08p.
There are currently 1,425,190,380 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 34,248,650 shares. The market capitalisation of Trafalgar Property Group Plc is £1,282,671.34.
25/11/2020
23:00
grlz: @Mcrudden TRAF just raised money using funny paper. The biz remains on its knees and sinking. Management led by Treadaway has no credibility. C Johnston has TRAF by the scruff with his outstanding loan Dubois is an accountant and no lightweight either. Guy was director of Swarovski for 19 years, and was also director of the RAC when it demutalised and offloaded its roadside biz to Lex, so knows a thing or two about building a brand and making things happen....Hasn't appeared to help TRAF tho. I guess this new accountant will possibly salary what's left in the pot before doing an Akers. Here's a jk. How many accountants does it take for TRAF to be successful....? They'll be another PnD starting here in a few. Sadly for the pumpers the returns appear to be getting thinner each cycle...guess the MMs are keeping the spread wide nowadays
25/11/2020
19:33
grlz: Oh dear, share price will probably start falling down the stairs until it hits £500K MK so the whole dump 'n dump cycle can start over. Reasons to steer clear: 1. TRAFs housebuilding division has never built up any momentum - I doubt it will. 2. No in-house expertise, or direct building capability. Wholly reliant upon employing contractors, who appear to fail half way thru causing budgets + schedules to soar so TRAF ends up losing money year in, year out!! 3. Retirement biz - Goes from one blunder to another. Lost deposits on options because it cannot raise finance from even 'non-staus' lenders. 4. Repayment of Johnston's loan looms large. Johnston isn't getting any younger, at some point the extensions will stop and repayment will need to be made. 5. Realistically TRAFs Help to Buy facility is obsolete end of January. Management have never performed strongly to compensate. 6. Hydroponics - I wouldn't trust these guys to water my plants if I went on a weekend break!
25/11/2020
09:19
mally6: Ackers sold his share hence drop will clear then this will move up bod appointed new guy whos expertise is turning companies around let see what happens certainly a buying opp here
24/11/2020
21:25
pennyfalls: Disappointing that CA has left the building but this share has now become interesting after today’s appointment. That looks like one top notch appointment, so maybe this might come good anyway. But - share consolidation on the cards and large fundraiser I would presume though.
24/11/2020
19:57
2prsimo: TRAF may well do better without him - this guy who's come on board today has real pedigree - so let's give them a chance and see what they have got lined up.
15/10/2020
14:13
grlz: Heading back to £500K MK to repeat the whole (pump 'n dump) cycle all over again..... Wonders what 'new' strategy they'll pump the next dump on the back off now the hydro plant BS is a busted flush... TRAF launching into PPE production??? [ROLL EYES}
01/10/2020
14:12
grlz: Johnston wanted out so found Treadaway who reversed in using a job lot of what turned out to be worthless land options, which cost TRAF shareholders £250K in lost deposits and a huge share dilution.. To buy time some nonsense was spewed about an enormous unproven and costly technology to grow food using water under glass ??? That TRAF neither had money, expertise or track record to even realistically progress Now with the money gone. Questionable management and no clear plan - except continue building a couple of houses here and there - if they can (a) find land (b) obtain planning consent (c) raise finance (d) find a builder who stays in business long enough to finish the project (e) actually sell a house for a profit when every year TRAF losses money (f) convince any lender that Treadaway has a clue what he is doing when he lacks track record delivering residential projects in TRAF Meanwhile a clock is ticking down on payment of around £1.5m owed to the Johnstons who clearly want out and basically control TRAFS assets. Fundraising to pay the salaries of these clowns isn't exactly an investment opporunity imo
16/7/2020
16:00
pennyfalls: Think everyone is holding their breath a bit about Aker's next move/motives here and the next few Holdings RNS will be crucial in assessing his longevity and influence. Wondering what Traf's next RNS will be regarding Hydroponics, and also believe they have some property/land deals still in the pipeline, so interesting times. They'll obviously do another fundraise at some point, but hopefully at levels way above today's share price
15/7/2020
17:45
pennyfalls: Aimbagger, looking at your comparisons of AAA and ASLR with Traf, regarding Chris Akers involvement.. It looks more likely to me that Traf would be used as a shell for RTO into Tech.. If that’s the case then it appears that Traf would be more like ASLR - where there is a complicated warrants structure that interlinks with AAA. It’s only my musings but I’m pulled in 2 directions with this...It’s either going to get very messy at some stage like ASLR - or it’s going to rocket north like AAA - or both! (Before getting messy! ) We’ve much more in common with the former, and I do not want to be around for an RTO suspension, so this to me is about valuing-up and getting lout before it gets too complicated. A lot of guesswork here to where it’s going but obviously looking for more Akers RNS holdings going upwards, but then will have to judge with the next news from Traf Property where this is heading. Certainly don;t want to get stuck in a RTO suspension again. I;ve had a couple fo those - ultimately one doing very well, but I’m not here for that lengthy stress. Ps just a total guess, but I don’t reckon hydrponics or property will be figuring too much on C Aker’s mind, although it is possible that he sees value in this. Just that he’s really a Tech Guy Views appreciated..
12/7/2020
08:25
pennyfalls: Mixed feelings about this one.. I was one who hopped on th3 boat at .087, before the hype after believing that a CLN with Warrants set at 0.2p bound to have some ‘behind the =scenes ‘ legs in it to push it up. I made 20% but unfortunately was spooked and decided to take that - a day before Mr Akers involvement was announced! So, Aimbagger et al...some very interesting posts on here..Just thinking about hopping back on after kicking myself slightly.. But here are my musings on this : !) Is Akers. Is using pocket money to push the price up to Warrant -issuing price for a mate who made the loan to Traf? Then they all convert and dump - leaving PIs carrying the baby. Ie There’s no big picture, just a quick buck to help a mate. 2) Does Akers see value in Traf as either a shell company or hydrponics start-up? 3) Traf Properties is a basket case of a firm, so I’m torn between this being a quick buck ‘in and out’ for Akers and pals, or being a vehicle for profit growth, with his name alone being a powerful tool to attract the masses. 4)After being rather cheesed off at selling!! - I’m now wondering whether to wait for a dip when the mass of new shares come to market Tuesday or get a few tomorrow. A dip would seem inevitable, but not sure how far this will fall to Placing price. Thanks for responses and thoughts..
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