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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Tribal Group Plc TRB London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 100.50 16:35:28
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
97.50 97.50 97.50 100.50 100.50
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tomps2: TRB management team Mark Pickett, CEO & Paul Simpson, CFO present FY20 results to analysts. 2020 was a year of evolution and operational progress. 2021 has started with increased revenue visibility, a strengthened position in South East Asia, and a considerably expanded addressable market through the launch of Tribal Cloud and the imminent launch of Tribal Edge Admissions. To date, the group is trading in line with expectations and is confident to execute against their strategic roadmap. Watch the video here: Https:// Or listen to the podcast here: Https://
shamusor: Half Year results out and no dividend payment as expected. Changing the external auditors after the bad report at the end of last year is a bit suspect, and the directors/board seem to be at pains to state that they believe the company is 'a going concern'. Perhaps stressed too much. Financials do not show any marked improvement and like last year when Tribal had so much trouble, it 'expects' to see revenue improvements in the second half of the year. Given the results from Queensland, NSW and others, and the current resource capacity and capability issues - revenue is still likely to be delayed or stagnant affecting their cash-flow and sustainability. Improvement may happen in the UK where they are improving their government contract extension (like they have in New Zealand), but they are reducing their involvement here. That is not expected to improve in Australia as it is imminent that NSW will announce the signing of a new supplier for the TAFE LMBR program (and likely in the same direction as Queensland - so good for Australian firms and the share market). they have been winding down their pool of core people here for some time since Queensland TAFE announcement and the reduction now seems like the company's main cost-saving strategy. Expect increased competition on the other side of the Tasman as Technology One develop their student apps for that market. Word from Brizzy is they will now develop a New Zealand centric version from next year irrespective of whether they have a client signed up. Too late to capture the university market probably but might make inroads to the TAFE sector which Tribal are hurting in already. Resources are tight on implementation sites and staff from Tribal are being poached by clients everywhere putting pressure on delivery times and expertise available. This has impacted Deakin and evidently Waikato resources in New Zealand. Tough times still ahead for Tribal.
padelicious: a decent analysis on Tribal, and whether is worth it participating into the rights issue hxxp://
rjmahan: I like the business and its been on my watch list for a long time... I work with its products so know how difficult it could be for a competitor. Blog post here: hxxps://
pugugly: Looks like L&G have decided to cut their position - Message received NO FUTURE -or sP still to high cut risk now . anyone any views as to how far thsis could fall ?
simon gordon: Progressive Research now doing paid for company broker notes on TRB, which are free if you register: Http://
simon gordon: Not very inspiring that the CFO has sold two lots of shares in his ISA: 31/3/15 - 36,881 1/4/15 - 81,286 SCWS reporting that TRB are aiming to do EPS of 17p in 2017. Personally think TRB will get taken out, no idea when. Monthly support at 142p then 125p:
napoleon 14th: TRB broke the downtrend in Jan, & the consolidation phase this month. Hope they can keep it up.
simon gordon: Illtud, I appreciate what you are saying but TRB do mention that earnings are more 2nd half weighted than in 2013. 16/5/14: "As a result of anticipated timing of some important contract closures and software installations, our profits in 2014 will show a greater weighting towards the second half of the year than in 2013. We remain confident of the outturn for the full year. " - 17/5/13: "Trading since our year end has been in line with our expectations for 2013. As anticipated at the start of the year, our profits are likely to be weighted towards the second half of the year." - 16/5/12: There is no mention of a 2nd half weighting... "Tribal Group plc ("Tribal"), a leading provider of technology products and services to the education, learning and training markets in the UK and internationally, provides the following update on trading, covering the period from 1 January 2012 to 15 May 2012. Trading since our year end has been in line with our expectations for 2012. Our order book at the end of April was GBP193 million, an increase of 9% since 31 December 2011. Our net debt levels remain in line with our expectations for the full year. The current year is a period of further investment in Tribal, as we establish the resources to deliver our three year strategic objectives, and we are pleased with our progress on our key initiatives." ===== 2014 EPS forecast range is 12.2p to 12.9p: 12.2p - 186p = 15.2x 12.9p - 186p = 14.4x I can't see the shares rising until they prove up 2014 which might not be be confirmed until Q4. If a contract slips and TRB hit 12p and are given a rating of 13x = 156p. I will continue to follow the story and wish you well.
simon gordon: Lacey, Cheers. Here's the segment on TRB: Tribal (TRB) 203.5p Education technology specialist Tribal (TRB) looks an ideal fit for either Capita (CPI) or Serco (SRP). The £190 million cap provides proprietary software products to support education, learning and training providers; and delivers services to help improve the way teaching is done by its clients. This plays straight into the hands of the two FTSE 100 constituents, both of which are heavily involved in the education sector. Capita's software solutions for education are used by over 22,000 institutions including schools, colleges, universities and private training providers. Serco has trained more than 10,000 school and academy leaders; and it is responsible for managing the inspection of schools on behalf of Government department Ofsted. Given the defence contract scandal issue presently depressing Serco and disappointments in the care sector, we wouldn't be surprised to see the service giant shift focus to other parts of the group, particularly education. Tribal has market credibility and a strong track record of winning clients (notably beating very big names in the technology space) and delivering high-quality project execution. Already a key selection for us (see Plays, Shares, 22 Aug '13), the firm has a strong position in the UK so the growth driver is now overseas. It has cracked the Australian market and is now hoping to replicate this success in North America. A contract at the University of British Columbia, one of the top 40 universities in the world, acts as an excellent reference site for conquering the US market. (DC)
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