Tristel Dividends - TSTL

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Tristel Plc TSTL London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
5.00 0.79% 640.00 15:35:01
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
635.00 635.00 645.00 640.00 635.00
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Tristel TSTL Dividends History

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mach100: Melody above is in tune with my reaction too. I think by the time the divi comes round it will be back to 650p. The initial fall hS tempered somewhat perhaps because its somewhat wooly nature of its wording saw the market take a shears to the share price I am continuing to hold as we can see hospitals are returning yo normal and it was this uncertainty which put the SO to date in s sick Bay after it reached the dizzy heights of 700p. Glad the company have come clean today and the situation is nothing like the market reaction suggests.
piedro: Here is TSTL in 2018, - when the share price was in the £2.50 - £3.00 range I wonder what would make a good indicator - Issue of Equity vs. Turnover, Market Cap. or perhaps N° of employees?
james188: Maybe people have twigged that there is a huge backlog of routine/elective procedures that need to be dealt with. The so called tsunami. That has to benefit TSTL. The irony is that COVID-19 was initially viewed as a major opportunity (and it is), but the core business is what really counts. I really like the fact that TSTL is hedged either way at the moment. Surface disinfectants is an important play, but instrument disinfection is a proven long term earner. The PE may be high, but I am still adding.
petewy: Is anyone on this board looking at HEIQ which has similarities to TSTL? I m not pumping the share. I held TSTL and made a good profit some years ago (from100p to 350p)Wish I hadn't sold out. Reply on HEIQ board
leopoldalcox: Tristel plc("Tristel" or the "Company")Director/PDMR ShareholdingTristel plc (AIM: TSTL), the manufacturer of infection prevention, contamination control and hygiene products, announces that on 26 April 2021, Paul Swinney, Chief Executive Officer, purchased 8,104 ordinary shares of 1 penny each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 572.75 pence per share.As a result, Mr. Swinney's beneficial interest in the Company is 700,000 Ordinary Shares, representing 1.49 per cent. of the total issued share capital.
piedro: RNS Number : 1028H Tristel PLC 23 March 2020 Know-How License and Product Supply Agreement with Byotrol plc ("Byotrol") Tristel plc (AIM: TSTL), the manufacturer of infection prevention and contamination control products announces that it has entered into a know-how licence and commercial collaboration with Byotrol .... .... .... Jointly developed formulation The formulation combines Tristel's chlorine dioxide chemistry, which is sporicidal meaning that it has the highest level of disinfection efficacy, with ACTIZONE, a Solvay S.A. technology developed in collaboration with Byotrol and which enables a disinfectant to have long-lasting efficacy on a surface for an 8-hour period after first application. Tristel will incorporate the jointly developed formulation in several packaging formats under the family name "Tristel8". These products will be unique worldwide in combining sporicidal efficacy with residual disinfection efficacy. - no mention of a "Tristel24"
anley: Look at todays headlines from Reckitt & Benckiser - Keep everything clean is the punch line and it struck me that if RB wanted £270m TSTL then at a big premium on todays price that would hardly move the richter scale as far as cash flow is concerned. In todays world and cheap money TSTL does not move fast enough..........
james188: There are many possible reasons for the recent TSTL share price activity (including IG recently deciding to withdraw from small cap stocks), but it does not matter much to medium and long term holders. Over time in recent years, the share price trajectory has been excellent and there is an obvious roll out strategy which is by no means solely reliant on North America. The company has barely got started in South-East Asia, has no presence in South America and is now projecting initial sales in India next month. The fact that the company remains debt free and relatively conservative are significant plusses for me. The end game may well be TSTL being acquired by a much larger fish, but why not enjoy the ride?
thewheeliedealer: Hi everyone, My mate Peter @Conkers3 and myself did a ‘Twin Petes Investing’ Podcast last week and part of our discussion includes a TopSlice of the position I hold in TSTL and my thinking behind this. I still like it a lot and am holding a fair chunk of my Portfolio but it had just grown too big, relative to my other Stocks. As always we also chatted about loads of other Stocks and Ideas for research and a fair bit of educational stuff with regards to Investing and Portfolio Management. We also start off with quite a bit about the overall Markets and where they are most likely heading. Anyway, if you use Youtube, Apple, Audioboom, Overcast, Google+ or Spotify you can find it under the 'Conkers Corner' Channel (you want Podcast TPI 42) and you can find it on Soundcloud at the link below. I hope you enjoy it and find it useful, we try to keep them light and they are totally unscripted, not like all the stuffy financial fodder you are probably more used to !! Cheers, WD @wheeliedealer hTTps://
apad: Interesting to hear, Zimbtrader. "this can only be the market pricing in US approval and roll out at scale. Looks very overvalued otherwise" The presumption here is that there is a fair value metric for all companies and a rational pricing by the market that accounts for future possibilities. TSTL is a £300million company with about 150 employees that has a significant niche in a mass market and a specialist market. It is expanding worldwide in different ways. I don't think there is a way of valuing such companies, in the conventional sense. The TSTL story has been pretty much the same since we both bought our first shares. The price movement has been something of a popularity rating, as evidenced by your IC observation. As long as the story hasn't changed I expect there to be some pessimistic observations that depress the price in the future that may give me an opportunity to increase. The price/popularity is riding high at the moment. Value judgements from a pessimistic perspective by commentators have been a powerful help to my stock picking. That pessimism always rules over optimism is written in our genes. Telling me that bears hide behind that bush gets my immediate attention and acceptance. Tell me about the safe route to avoid bears and I'm only half listening. BOO/FEVR/BVXP/TSTL are 70% of my portfolio and the 'overvalued' mantra has been a constant background hum for all four shares. Their gains are 405%/351%/103%/239%. I increase my holdings all the time, so I bought BOO last July at £2. apad
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