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
  0.00 0.0% 35.50 33.00 38.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
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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23/5/2017
10:53
...the problem appears to be, "we" (buyers) think triad should be trading at over £1 (perhaps £1.40 or so). However we now think that whenever triad gets over 80p the liquidator / trustee sells some at 72p bring the whole thing back down..... So how do we get out of this cycle? Do we buy in the 70s and just wait?
netcurtains
19/5/2017
15:24
It seems to be a short term opportunity to add at the current price. In the short term the administrator will sell all that he has to sell which will hold back the price. After that we will have actual results. Then it is difficult to see it staying anywhere near the current price.
trier1
18/5/2017
18:01
thanks gleach23: So just the trustee. Still if he is the "paul atkinson" in my link he certainly knows his beans!
netcurtains
18/5/2017
17:54
This RNS says who he is, or at least his role in proceedings - https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/triad-group-TRD/share-news/Triad-Group-Plc-Holdings-in-Company/74450691
gleach23
18/5/2017
17:34
The RNS says someone called Paul Atkinson has 17%. So assume he sold the 3% we were talking about (or the original owners sold the remainder on the open market at 72p). I'm not sure who he is .... Perhaps this guy. HTTPS://www.parequity.com/about-us/our-people/paul-atkinson (the RNS: https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/triad-group-TRD/share-news/Triad-Group-Plc-Holdings-in-Company/74629982
netcurtains
18/5/2017
15:33
more today. They seem to be getting flogged off at 72p. ...so not sure what this implies. I guess it means we have support at 72p... And the buyers are looking to make a reasonable return. So range about 72p to £1.44 ??
netcurtains
17/5/2017
21:22
thanks PJ1, I did the maths but forgot that the market cap NOW is at a different price to the price they paid (its significantly bigger) . When I correct my price mistake, it is about 3%.
netcurtains
17/5/2017
21:12
Its almost dead on 3% of the shares in issue. Chance of a corresponding holding RNS I'd have thought.
pj 1
17/5/2017
17:36
I think it's quite impressive they sold that many with little impact on the price. Once they are all gone things might get very interesting
trier1
17/5/2017
16:17
I wonder who's taken those near 470k shares from the administration? Hopefully that's good news.
pj 1
17/5/2017
14:09
would be great if it climbed another penny or so before close
netcurtains
17/5/2017
09:35
Selling the overhang of shares will significantly increase liquidity. With a small cap like this that could increase the share price on it's own.
trier1
17/5/2017
07:50
Whatever - its all semantics really - I'm surprised that you simply did not understand what the chap meant. There is a BIG WAD of SHARES that has to be sold. The sale might make the share price go up (good information coming in via the seller) or it might make the price go down (have to sell at a loss). So far, the omens say: "WE'RE IN THE MONEY"..... But early days.
netcurtains
17/5/2017
07:00
They won't sell the bulk of those shares in the open market, that would not be maximising the returns for creditors.
pj 1
17/5/2017
06:48
Liquidator not involved, its with the broker and i think the share price tells you how he's getting on.
spooky
17/5/2017
05:43
PJ1: You know the ex-20% holder who no longer has the shares but is now with the liquidator. They will have to sell (so 'forced seller') eventually. We've talked about this for two weeks, surely you know what he meant?
netcurtains
16/5/2017
21:57
Forced seller?
pj 1
16/5/2017
21:23
Hi modform: The forced seller still has to sell. I was suggesting that the rise is in part due to the marketing campaign of the liquidators... Its quite possible (look at the history) that they think they know a bit more positive news than we do come the final results in june. For sure the whole thing might collapse like a pack of cards if the seller floods the market. But on the other hand they might be able to sell to "big institution" which might potentially make the price rise even further. Anything might happen and it probably will.. That is why I bought back.... Its a gamble for sure, but so far it looks OK. TOUCHWOOD
netcurtains
16/5/2017
21:03
Still holding onto mine, I wonder what happened to the forced seller
modform
16/5/2017
10:14
every now and again some big trades going in. Some people must be pretty sure of themselves.
netcurtains
16/5/2017
09:05
Looking back at the last 6 days the transactions have been nearly all buys, so good old fashioned buying power pushing these back up. We know what the PBT will be at least £1.5m which does mean that TRD are cheap, seems that other investors are picking up on this.
interceptor2
16/5/2017
08:41
Have bought some. Very cheap indeed. If they can pay a dividend and why not given the cash they will have at the moment it will add confidence as well.
trier1
16/5/2017
08:31
way things are going we could hit new high this week. But early days. Lets see a bit more....
netcurtains
16/5/2017
06:11
Suspect someone has picked up something positive to do with the shares in bankruptcy.
pj 1
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