Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Triad Group Plc LSE:TRD London Ordinary Share GB0009035741 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -1.39% 35.50 33.00 38.00 36.00 35.50 36.00 11,669 14:27:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 22.7 1.0 5.6 6.3 6

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07/3/2019
16:13
Progressing to fifty p net Sicknote
s34icknote
07/3/2019
11:36
can glean no one is off charge. So I'm guessing cash pile is getting bigger daily.
netcurtains
07/3/2019
11:16
Thanks Net. Interesting to see the jobs list: htTps://www.triad.co.uk/jobs/ 52 listed of which 25 are permanent vacancies, some dating back to August last year but most from Q1 2019. Do you think these are still all open? It certainly suggests demand for work but might it mean TRD cannot supply all the expertise it needs to because of difficulty in recruiting?
bones
06/3/2019
18:13
Well said bones, although to be honest they have updated their website recently with latest clients etc, so its quite easy for a typical IT investor to have a feel of how things are going... Within reason
netcurtains
06/3/2019
12:01
Sicknote, the company could help itself by issuing a timely trading update soon after the year end in a month's time rather than waiting until June to release its final results. I see, historically, they report twice a year and no more and I assume the small size of TRD gives it an exemption from having to issue a twice annual trading update. In today's environment of seeking transparency, I see no justification for depriving shareholders of the latest state of play after a financial year end especially as the company ought to care about the under valuation of its shares. It would cost a little extra to get it done but show some willing!
bones
06/3/2019
08:37
Still a bargain at under 60p10 times earnings with a 4 million pound cushion !Plus nice div yield !!Sicknote
s34icknote
06/3/2019
07:12
With confidence seemingly returning, today may be the last opportunity to acquire this for under .50p.
brendainvesta
05/3/2019
16:30
Finally value returns Sicknote
s34icknote
05/3/2019
14:57
Mid 50s potential pretty quickly.
matt123d
05/3/2019
14:51
Agreed, positive growth without gambling or over-reaching the management has historically been cautious, hence the rather large cash balance.
brendainvesta
05/3/2019
14:37
Added a few more here. Positive on a yearly basis now.
matt123d
05/3/2019
13:39
Brendainvesta, potentially an overhang of the shares returned then as they may need to be sold for personal reasons?
bones
05/3/2019
13:32
There shouldn’t be an overhang anymore as the sale of a flat and about 5% of shares dumped on the market covered it. The rest about 24% were returned to her. This info gauged from RNS’s and other public sources.
brendainvesta
05/3/2019
13:16
Regardless of the shenanigans of the last few months (that I have observed from a distance reading this thread) and the apparent overhang of shares held by the "Trustee", I have decided to dip a toe on the basis of the bare accounts. It appears this is a company "worth" £6M and change, but has nearly £4M cash in the bank (and may have more than £4M as five months has passed since half year end). An enterprise value of £2M then. That makes it valued on an EV basis of about 15p a share. EPS for this year might be 6p - 8p? So, little more than a cash-excepted PER of 2. I am in for an initial 50,000 shares at an average of under 41p. Netcurtains, are you still holding AOR? That one is winning our current share price race by some distance, but anyway I have finally been tempted in here.
bones
05/3/2019
12:43
I found this on another investment site, it pretty much sums up the situation. “From what I understand she is bankrupt due to refusing to pay debt. Therefore the courts are used to force the recovery of the debt. Bankrupt but not insolvent. However she refuses to believe she is bankrupt hence all the trouble for the company. Her flat was sold and now she thinks the new owners are squatters. Some of her shares were sold and she thinks they were stolen. She complains in public that she didn't get her divi's and was not allowed to vote at the AGM for those shares. This all stems from her being in denial over the fact that she is a Bankrupt. Hopefully now that everyone knows the truth all the rubbish will go away. What I can't understand is the people who believe her crazy conspiracies, it seems the more unbelievable they are the more people want to believe them, odd.”
brendainvesta
05/3/2019
11:05
The person who posted it originally will be sent to prison if she posts it again. She is now getting a friend to repost it as she can’t. It is all incoherent rubbish, as stated by a High Court Judge a week ago.
brendainvesta
05/3/2019
11:00
What's the purpose and motive for posting this?
matt123d
04/3/2019
21:12
classic buy on the glitch...as taken from free capital
pride23s
04/3/2019
15:59
Inside month and week and up after the 10% gain on Friday. Breaking out of the consolidation range after the drop caused by the bad press, all good stuff.https://www.tradingview.com/chart/TRD/XjN9uESK-Triad-10-jump-on-Friday-with-plenty-more-to-come/
chrisatom
04/3/2019
12:38
It hopefully won’t take long, at its current price it is a bargain. I’m still buying weekly when the cash comes in.
brendainvesta
04/3/2019
07:29
Let's hope now this has been dealt with the share price can get back into the 80s
amt
03/3/2019
22:34
Be good to get a write up in TechInvest or similar publication. Interesting story from all different angles. From STRONG BUY to Social comment about etc etc etc lol. Ideal for journalist who can see the wood from the trees. Cheers Net
netcurtains
03/3/2019
17:58
There are too many people on this BB that don’t own shares in this company but are clearly minions of the mad woman.
brendainvesta
03/3/2019
17:55
Alanadale Hello are you a bit simple? Posts are removed for legal reasons, one poster has just been taken to the High Court and lost the case. She is now subject to restrictions on what she can post in public - facing risk of imprisonment. And it is her incoherent rubbish that you are reposting! You clearly like to play with fire, can you afford a £250,000 court case? Damaging the public image of a main market listed company, when you are in the wrong, comes with huge penalties. And you are in the wrong, this has just been proven in the High Court. Good luck!
brendainvesta
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