Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Transense Tech. LSE:TRT London Ordinary Share GB00BDHDTH21 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 46.00p 44.00p 48.00p 46.00p 46.00p 46.00p 350 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Automobiles & Parts 2.1 -1.9 0.0 - 5.54

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/10/2018
10:37
I lost faith in Walbrock's analysis on the very first line of the introduction, when he described Transense as "an auto parts manufacturer".
dncleaver
11/10/2018
23:33
I’m not sure Dullbrock82 even merited a response. I don’t think I’ve seen a more bland, cobbled together effort since Holmes and Weir had to deliver a second form history report having spent the whole lesson playing with dungeons and dragons figurines. Underwhelming and slightly embarrassing.
major courtenay
11/10/2018
20:50
Up on a dog day
mattjos
11/10/2018
20:17
Walbrock82... We've known revenue to be lumpy for some time. TBH though TRT is much more about the medium term: Deciphering the GE and GM known unknowns would be more interesting.
sojourno
11/10/2018
16:27
875 shares, ForK, was all I could squeeze out of Fincap
mattjos
11/10/2018
16:19
zero stock available online for much of today & still cannot get a price for 1,000 let alone 10k
mattjos
11/10/2018
15:52
Wynterwilde. Could be,I will be asking for details at next meeting.
monty68
11/10/2018
14:49
Monty....it is....but, rental suggests that the end user rents some kit and gets on with it. A sudscription service contract could mean we retain ownership of the kit and do the analysis for the end user thereby leveraging more from the deal....not sure if that's what they have in mind though...
wynterwilde
11/10/2018
14:22
Looking at this company’s financials, it feels progress is stalling and inconsistent, despite management reassuring words. One thing is clear, they will need a placing within six to eight months. Read my short analysis: http://bit.ly/2OThNKP
walbrock82
11/10/2018
12:12
wyntewilde. I quite agree, great marketing if you can do it and have the capital, but I assume that in this case the customer has the equipment all the time, thus it is the same as rental, isnt it?. I will have to ask for more details at next meeting!
monty68
10/10/2018
23:08
cos it seems that other than me, there have been no other buyers here. Crisren took over 2 year to accumulate their holding .. they are patient
mattjos
10/10/2018
22:01
Mattjos, why are you so sure it's Criseren & Harwood buying? They would both have needed about 87.5k shares to cross a 1% boundary, and despite all the trades there's been no RNS on holdings since 23 Aug.
merckx2
10/10/2018
20:24
Same chart .. now showing the breakout underway:
mattjos
10/10/2018
20:18
Criseren look to be averaged about 50p for their 10% stake. Harwood lower at about 38-40p I do not see there being much stock about under 50p ... very little in fact. I will continue filling my boots under 50p The company Nomad/Broker has been complicit in picking up stock for both of them. I don't believe the company would continue its relationship with Finncap if they were picking up stock for II's who's intent is to break up the business. I conclude these two firms are here for the long term and see value here right now. Suggest the few remaining PI's here re-evaluate and consider not giving these two II's free rein to pick up more on the cheap .. because they will
mattjos
10/10/2018
20:08
totally disagree & I do not believe the two II's think that way at all. However, whichever side of the coin you see, neither Criseren or Harwood are here for a laugh. They see value in the business at current valuation
mattjos
10/10/2018
18:40
I believe the shares are worth more if the two divisions are sold off, but I don't believe it's a viable business as it stands. Hopefully the two big investors see things the same way and don't intend to keep pumping money into this in fundraising after fundraising.
arthur_lame_stocks
10/10/2018
18:13
Thanks for your comments. Do all please keep selling out.Minimum mkt cap should be £8m afaiac so, will continue buying.
mattjos
10/10/2018
17:39
The problem is that valuation is irrelevant at the moment. We are talking about survival - they have less than 6? 7? months cash and I am not convinced they can get loans against even subscriptions ... so does this mean bankruptcy OR more (more!) shares issued for a cash raising???? Either way share price has dropped reflecting this reality.
bhoddhisattva
10/10/2018
16:14
I'm guessing that over the next couple of days there will be quite a churn as the professionals flip their stock, leading to disappointed private holders who'll sell and the process will repeat itself until weaker holders are shaken out.....
wynterwilde
10/10/2018
16:14
I'm guessing that over the next couple of days there will be quite a churn as the professionals flip their stock, leading to disappointed private holders who'll sell and the process will repeat itself until weaker holders are shaken out.....
wynterwilde
10/10/2018
13:49
Monty. At first look yes, maybe. But it's more involved than that........ A few years ago, oil well fires were a major problem, they took ages to control snd extinguish. A dude designed a piece of kit to do the job in a hour as opossed to days and it only cost a couple of hundred dollars. Luckily he sought sdvice on how to sell it. The advice he was given is don't! ! Oil companies will buy one between 10 or 20 of their rigs and use it as required. Start a subscription service where an oil company pays a premium as insursnce against a fire.....then ALL rigs will have to be covered at a cost of around 50 dollars per month per rig.......a no brainer.... Not being able to sell our kit may end up being the companys saviour. ....
wynterwilde
10/10/2018
13:20
fwiw, I value the company nearer £1 / share right now ... which is why they just do not want to sell any at under 50p / share
mattjos
10/10/2018
13:08
I would suggest that Fincapp read this BB yesterday, realised the negativity and small beer PI selling and took it down to collect. Sellers were completely mugged yesterday
mattjos
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