Trifast Dividends - TRI

Trifast Dividends - TRI

Best deals to access real time data!
Monthly Subscription
for only
Level 2 Basic
Monthly Subscription
for only
UK/US Silver
Monthly Subscription
for only
VAT not included
Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Trifast Plc TRI London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
2.30 2.34% 100.50 16:29:45
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
98.00 98.00 100.50 100.50 98.20
more quote information »
Industry Sector

Trifast TRI Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount

Top Dividend Posts

tole: Hi SphereAlso been watching here - Volume has been significant of late -though as you point out forecasts aren't necessarily screaming value. Everything a little bit frothy in a lot of shares.Picked this article out from the weekend anyway.Another cheap UK share on my radarTrifast (LSE: TRI) is another cheap UK share City brokers expect to enjoy explosive earnings growth. This is perhaps no surprise as this small-cap stock manufactures screws, bolts and other fastenings that help keep a broad array of consumer goods and industrial products tied together. It's therefore well-placed to ride the current economic recovery.The number crunchers think Trifast's earnings will soar 75% in the financial year to March 2022. This means the engineer trades on a rock-bottom forward PEG ratio of 0.3. A reminder that a reading below 1 suggests a stock could be undervalued at current prices.It's possible these estimates could be swept off course if supply chain problems in Trifast's end markets persist however. For example, auto production in Britain has slumped to its lowest since 1956 because of massive parts shortages and worker absences. The UK share sources around 35% of revenues from light and heavy vehicle production.
fillipe: Judging by the lack of recent comment etc., on the various discussion platforms, it appears that TRI has been much forgotten. However, trades-wise today, with 57 trades having gone through (multiples of the usual deals) up to the time of writing, maybe the aforesaid is about to change!? That would correspond with my reading in February that future finals could prove interesting. f
pireric: Im throwing a conspiracy theory out there. Someone has been very questionably trading (generous wording) on several stocks today with a huge amount of tiny trades. ZTF RPS HEAD IOM SFR TRI JOUL XPS No idea who, and I don't have an excuse for whoever is doing it, but look at the trade sizes across the stocks. Not a healthily functioning set of markets
sphere25: Well that move has been abruptly halted by the placing with the stock off 6% at 125p. It's always a risk out there now, particularly with the recent strength in share prices. Many stocks have reacted positively to financing's, but the movements have been volatile in both directions Many companies are taking advantage of a better position (relatively speaking) and shoring up the finances. Recent examples include SHI, STVG, DLAR, WMH, ESC, NEXS, AIR, BIFF, ANG, PMP, RBG, STOB, TED, IWG. There are loads and many more will follow. Still difficult to not be apprehensive about many of the rapid recoveries in stocks. If you look at TRI's statement on trading: "..revenues in April 2020 were approximately 50 percent lower year-on-year, with profitability being significantly adversely impacted. Encouragingly, volumes have begun to recover in all key end markets which, together with a return to fuller operational capacity, resulted in Group revenues improving in May 2020." There is more a encouraging comment straight after: "The current pipeline of opportunities and activity levels around the Group remain encouraging and based on current order books and customer discussions, the Board expects further recovery in June 2020, with the Group returning to underlying profitability in the month." But if we focus on the initial paragraph, that is the theme with so many company statements. There is clearly a huge fall off and then a form of recovery in May and June, but still significantly away from the prior year (let alone forecasts pre Covid-19). With so much uncertainty out there on the economic front as well as news yesterday of outbreaks of Covid-19, I just wonder if these earnings and a slower progression than anticipated might cause some weakness in stocks. It would be going from the current rally on any form of positive news to selling on news. The market is taking the view that these recoveries will continue strongly and even handing out an almost blanket earnings passes for this year and even next for many out there. Clearly the central bank liquidity is winning over fundamentals at present and it's hard to see how overall markets will be allowed to fall materially, but that's not to say individual stocks have got ahead of themselves. TRI specifically wasn't bonkers expensive with pre Covid-19 EPS expected to come in at 11.3p. It had fallen from 14.3p the prior year, but if the market was factoring in a recovery, the multiple wasn't excessive particularly not compared to some of the ratings out there. With forecasts withdrawn, hard to say when the earnings recover here (need to know the placing price too - market is suggesting somewhere around 120-125p at present), but if you took a longer term view to 2022 perhaps there are enough positive noises (vaccine included) to suggest EPS could be back in double digits. That would suggest buying any material weakness here. Perhaps it is easier being a longer term holder. As a shorter term trader, I'm going to continue nipping in and out of things but this was an interesting example of some of the themes out there. EDIT: Can't see that trade of 239,000 Joshuam. The ADVFN system is guessing trades so not always reflective of the true buying and selling but the price move will usually paint the real picture.
brucie5: Davros, close your eyes and think of a yo-yo. Now look at the TRI chart. What do you see?
robow: Richard Beddard has written a full page on TRI in this week's Moneyweek. Delve into Trifast's nuts and bolts. This British supplier of fastener's has tightened up its act over the past decade
camerongd53: GDP has been good to me over the past few years having bought them @ 40p I still think it is a well run company I tend to agree with the Inv Chronicle that growth in eps, Sp etc will not be repeated over the next few years and rate TRI as a HOld. Could be a solid slow growth company with large non-uk exposure. I suspect that the 12 month high of 273p will not be seen again for several years
gleach23: Thanks merrimac...great transparency from TRI
merrimac: That is what I like about TRI, they have a mixed business. They were caught in the GFC (if my memory serves me correctly) as they weren't diverse enough, now they are. Automotive makes up around 1/3rd...but some parts of automotive are going well (I thought)....all just negative sentiment, or there is some surprise....that said, trading is very very low.
merrimac: I read the note in the Sharewatch (I don't normally follow opinions) as I find it distracts me from doing my own fundamental research. I..ditched my VOD shares which a danged laggards and took a punt on more TRI for a recovery....I based my decision on "public opinion from the boards" for my sell of VOD (shock-horror) and then the buy based on my conviction on TRI and the assumption that I can recover my modest loss of 11% on VOD with the recovery of TRI back to a more normal and fair value (even if not its top). So I hope it follows my plan and analysis.
ADVFN Advertorial
Your Recent History
Register now to watch these stocks streaming on the ADVFN Monitor.

Monitor lets you view up to 110 of your favourite stocks at once and is completely free to use.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P: V: D:20220625 08:53:59