Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Trifast Plc LSE:TRI London Ordinary Share GB0008883927 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 0.28% 178.00 178.50 179.00 182.00 178.00 179.50 42,706 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 209.0 16.4 10.1 17.6 228

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05/4/2018
14:02
I sold my holding here when it reached my target price (around 245p) but am now wondering if I did the right thing. The latest acquisition looks like quality stuff and should enable market penetration to progress a step further. I probably won't re-enter at this price but keep on my watch list for any temporary set-back, many of which turn out to be merely an aberration caused by a large seller for reasons not connected to the company's performance or prospects. Meanwhile, if still in it, I would be very happy to hold and wish continued success for those that remain.
boadicea
15/2/2018
10:02
Yes solid not oustanding...which is of course how a quality fixing ought to be in most circumstances.
thorpematt
15/2/2018
09:05
Trifast, which produces industrial fastenings to major global assembly industries, said it is confident that it will deliver its expectations for the year ending 31 March 2018. The company said its balance sheet remains strong and its US operation continues to recover following the impact of Hurricane Harvey. "The consistent levels of progress over recent years, coupled with our future growth and significant investment plans future proof the business and ensure TR can meet the demands of its multinational OEM customers therein turn, building long term shareholder value," it said. Trifast's expansion of its Singapore facilities is on track, with phase one expected to complete by the financial year end. The company is evaluating several acquisition opportunities, which it said would further enhance its vendor sourcing, technical portfolio and engineering skills, expand its global footprint, or add value to its sector specialisms. It added: "There are, of course, some macroeconomic factors we cannot fully mitigate including the wider potential implications of Brexit on our business and the UK economy. However, as we have said previously, the Trifast Group has the flexibility and foresight to continue to grow while facing any challenges head on as and when they arise."
broadwood
14/2/2018
21:32
Now 251 yes looking very good
corlis
14/11/2017
20:09
I also am happy with the figures - solid rather than outstanding The share price had risen quite steeply recently and I don't know that the shares are now outstandingly cheap. What does concern me is that about half of the growth in eps was due to a one off historical liability being favourably resolved and I would suspect not to be repeated. I believe the company is well run and should be a good long term investment. The current PE rating assumes quite a high growth rate in eps, which could be more than the company can achieve. I originally bought at 40p and have done well. I sold (wrongly) a quarter of my holding at 205p about a year ago. I am tempted to take more of my profits now but having made a mistake before am worried about repeating this mistake with a good investment. It is relatively easy to pick a good share with good upward potential - it is harder to know when is the right time to sell. I also have a holding in Flowtech Fluidpower where Malcolm Diamond is chairman as well. I suspect being a less mature company that it has better growth prospects.
camerongd53
14/11/2017
13:27
No, they're good figures and marginally ahead of where they should be to meet full year forecasts of 12.8p eps. The question is, are the results far enough ahead to warrant a significant upgrade in these forecasts? Perhaps 13.5p eps if you build some caution into the upgrade with a 265 to 270p target price... On the cautionary side, currency accounted for around half of the revenue growth, and so could always turn the other way. Net debt also grew which, while some of this was down to capex, might have caused some to be concerned. All in all though, I thought these were solid when compared against the expectations.
skirbell
14/11/2017
11:14
I thought those figures were pretty good! Am I missing something?
eggbaconandbubble
08/11/2017
12:31
Half-year results 14 November 2017
broadwood
25/9/2017
09:46
https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/trifast-TRI/share-news/Trifast-PLC-Trading-Update-Notice-of-Half-Year-R/75712205 Good update and the market likes it. The most interesting feature was the disclosure that they have walked away from potential purchases, which shows judgement and confidence imo. (Why pay to buy them if you can beat them?)
boadicea
04/9/2017
21:35
I think the quality is too high for a complete upturned bowl to occur so I'd read it more a a sideways consolidaation. That said I took profits a little while ago because either way, I perceived that I could deploy capital elsewhere for higher returns. FWIW an all that.
thorpematt
04/9/2017
10:47
tough one to call. Consolidating or rolling over?
pj 1
24/8/2017
12:48
OK, the Trifast share price has stagnated now since January.......time to take profits and move on? Their dividends are not worth keeping the stock for with no value growth.
paulc100
27/7/2017
13:38
'Continues to perform well and in accordance with management expectations'. Strategic acquisitions on the horizon.
broadwood
27/7/2017
10:57
Trifast agm today at high noon!
petersinthemarket
13/6/2017
08:58
Well those results were a pleasure to read. Some insightful commnetary from Mr Diamond The business looks well positioned for international growth IMO. There is always noise made about a lack of barriers to entry here but in reality a supply and sales chain of this complexity and size is not easy to build. Growth % tend to be hard to predict in my experience, but invariably TRI seem to pretty consistently deliver it. So it's with confidence rather than scepticism that I would see this as a little undervalued still. There are many companies listed with poor prospects for growth on higher PERs.
thorpematt
13/6/2017
07:43
- finnCap today reaffirms its buy investment rating on Trifast PLC [LON:TRI] and raised its price target to 254p (from 240p).
broadwood
13/6/2017
06:38
"another record breaking year with results, ahead of our expectations"
robow
13/6/2017
01:44
Trifast is definitely a cyclical business, whether its cylindrical is another matter entirely :)
tudes100
12/6/2017
22:00
Trifast is a global solution business that manufactures fasteners. It operates in 27 countries and has the logistics to send goods to over 60 countries. Lately, business has been good and will continue for this year with analysts forecasting 25% return. However, Trifast’s share price have risen by 35%, meaning valuation is priced in. Trifast is prone to the business cycle. During the financial crisis, revenue fell from £130m in 2007 to £84m in 2010, before the long road to recovery. Meanwhile, operating profits fell from £7m to an operating loss of £10m. http://bit.ly/2teLyqV Looking at the share price of Trifast, there are three scenarios, with the likelihood coming true: Best-Case Scenario; - The shares will continue rising in the next 12 months unabated. The forecast is between £2.50 to £2.80 per share. (Probability outcome: 20%) Based-Case Scenario; - The share price will consolidate in a range of between £1.90 to £2.30 per share in the next 12 months. (Probability outcome: 40%) Worst-Case Scenario; - Shares could fall back to £1.50 or below in the next 12 months. (Probability outcome: 40%)
walbrock82
20/4/2017
08:21
Yes indeed and what a quiet bulletin board
robow
20/4/2017
08:03
All rather positive stuff from today's TS
thorpematt
22/2/2017
02:48
Malcolm Diamond interview on day of trading update www.brrmedia.co.uk/broadcasts/58a59b1fa4affcc111043b5b/trifast-trading-update
tudes100
20/2/2017
19:30
yes sold half of my holdings a few days ago I think its got ahead of itself
jon123
20/2/2017
16:34
Seems like profit taking after a very strong run.
healthtech
20/2/2017
14:21
And possibly a large director sell, although only about a third of his holding.
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