Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Trafalgar Property Group Plc LSE:TRAF London Ordinary Share GB00BMGS6031 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.025 -2.94% 0.825 511,145 12:25:31
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.80 0.85 0.85 0.825 0.85
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
16:32:22 O 500,000 0.76 GBX

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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 0.85p.
Trafalgar Property Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.78p and a 12 week average price of 0.78p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.90p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.37p.
There are currently 142,519,038 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 143,847 shares. The market capitalisation of Trafalgar Property Group Plc is £1,175,782.06.
inthemix: My other trades of the day showing on other just TRAF... on H&L all shares bought are for the same company... quite strange.
inthemix: How come there's 2 company's for TRAF on LSE, my 218k is showing on the TRAF.UK.GB but not on the TRAF.
pennyfalls: Hi Investorgeek, My best guess is that Traf has something juicy planned - probably in Hydroponics, as indicated by what they said last year and appointment of CFO. They saw Akers off - which could have been a lucrative venture for them - to follow their own path , so hats off to them if it works. They’ve obviously got something going on behind the scenes. Who knows how this will untilmately work out for shareholders, but it’s VERY under the radar as people chase other rainbows, but I’m betting this will become the centre of attention again at some point
investorgeek1: A good week for Traf last week with no TR1's or any other good news .. I ask myself why and I can only think that something good is brewing behind the scenes - this looks promising !!
parob: Group FD also been buying shares. Interesting!Director's DealingTrafalgar (AIM: TRAF), the AIM quoted residential property developer operating in southeast England, has been advised that, on 12 January 2021, Gary Thorneycroft, Group Financial Director of the Company, acquired 600,000 shares of the Company's issued share capital.
investorgeek1: Trawling back through TRAF history, Chris Akers was a large shareholder and was pumping it on Twitter and preparing the company for a RTO, then suddenly CA sold out and was hauled over the coals on Twitter, his response was "he tried to get someone on the board and was stopped by the directors", the share price then dropped to year low, so I can only assume a new RTO is on the table or in the pipeline ??
jaf111: 10 for 1 share consolidation is assuming all othe things equal the new share price still less than 1p!!! 100 for 1 or even 1,000 for 1 makes much better sense
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
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!
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
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