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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tristel Plc LSE:TSTL London Ordinary Share GB00B07RVT99 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.00 -0.94% 421.00 420.00 425.00 425.00 420.00 425.00 169,380 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 26.2 4.7 9.1 46.1 191

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21/3/2020
09:52
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piedro
20/3/2020
00:35
Tristel Global@TristelGlobal Kill viruses in one minute with JET. Available Now. https://tristel.com/uk/cache-products/jet Flag of United Kingdom mail@tristel.com / +44 (0)1638 721500 https://twitter.com/i/status/1240697001223704577
piedro
19/3/2020
09:02
The fall in share price coincided with the announcement that the NHS were stopping routine operations so i guess it reflects concern over reduced demand for instrument decontamination etc. Seems a bit overdone - with high PE stocks most of the value is well into the future, not current year earnings, and the long term prospects have likely increased post Covid 19.
makw61
18/3/2020
17:22
But that is the P/E pre corona virus? they said in February that they had bandwidth to treble manufacturing , I would expect the only limit to their sales at this time would be how much can be produced and whether there are material supply issues. Surely hospitals and health services worldwide are crying out for infection control...
kralik
18/3/2020
16:47
Try the P/E, it must be in the upper 30's and they don't seem to be interested in selling to the 'general public' :´)
piedro
18/3/2020
16:22
Any views on why one of the few companies that has relevant products to the Coronavirus should tank in the past couple of days?
isambardkb
16/3/2020
11:51
Rival advertising ... hTTps://www.contecinc.com/
piedro
15/3/2020
10:50
its just link to twitter and topstocks. Theyre always spamming
fxprotrader
15/3/2020
10:45
I always scan unknown links .... - please put up something cleaner
piedro
12/3/2020
09:37
Nice one. I think I might need some of that....
makendon
12/3/2020
08:03
Thanks Piedro - excellent
deltaham
11/3/2020
21:25
Tristel Global@TristelGlobal Meet JET! A Powerful Sporicidal Surface Disinfectant #JETStream https://twitter.com/i/status/1237784209747566594
piedro
06/3/2020
15:27
Francisco Soler selling again ... A bit confuse as the RNS's are as follows: 09/09/2019 - Directors Dealings - 7.06% 02/12/2019 - Holding(s) in Company - 5.592% and now again, 06/03/2010 - Holding(s) in Company - 4.90% .... {from 7.06%} so presumably recently only unloaded - 0.692% or shall we be getting another replacement RNS edited.
piedro
06/3/2020
07:40
Re IC advice. Look further back to when ST had tipped it when it was circa 80p and some time later said sell around 120. Dropped to around 97 quite quickly. Their advice is often wrong but should only be used as an input, not a directive. I bought more at 97. Must also declare that I sold out of TSTL earlier this week and no longer own any for the first time in 6 odd years. Just felt the yield was too week and that it was over valued at this level. I would come back but at a far lower level which I believe it will get too this summer.On a separate note, aside from the directors options debate, one thing that did bug me a lot was their preference to simply add more equity every time any such option was exercised, thus diluting every share holders stake.
zimbtrader
05/3/2020
08:56
Good post Metis. I also go to a lot of the presentations and Liz Dixon is always there, fielding sometimes inane and often repetetive questions from shareholders at least 6 times a year. compare this to most quoted companies who reluctantly hold an agm somewhere remote and make no effort to communicate with the smaller shareholders whatsoever. I like this company very much because a) it is making me a lot of money at present and b) because they treat me as someone that is important to them. if they are making a great deal of money as well, they are earning it in my opinion and good luck to them.
q2u
04/3/2020
19:47
metis20 - thank you for the link. No I do not go to the shows But do think that million pound payouts are a bit excessive. AIMHO
piedro
04/3/2020
17:49
Piedro - "At Tristel the exertion seems minimal, repeating the old formula and letting the momentum carry them forward." What evidence do you have for this?! Did you attend a recent Investor Presentation? The impression I obtained at the late afternoon session was of a decidedly hard working and innovative duo leading the company. Https://www.investegate.co.uk/tristel-plc--tstl-/rns/directors-dealing-grant-of-options/201711020700053213V/ Share holder approval was of course required. Vesting conditions - that was when the share price was £2.75 · One-third will vest upon the achievement of a share price of £3.50; · One-third will vest upon the achievement of a share price of £4.25; · One-third will vest upon the achievement of a share price of £5.00. Between 4 August 2015 and 1 November 2017, the Company's share price has increased from 96 pence to 275 pence, and the Company's market capitalisation has increased from £40 million to £118 million. The Board considers that the 2015 Scheme has successfully met its objectives.
metis20
04/3/2020
14:42
An example, (of another company) is AB Dynamics (ABDP). The options for directors and staff are at reasonable prices And they have to work much harder to achieve the necessary growth. At Tristel the exertion seems minimal, repeating the old formula and letting the momentum carry them forward. I really don't think they should reward themselves so lushly for the sickening of the world. AIMHO
piedro
04/3/2020
11:50
... there are other companies where I can congratulate the directorate for options exercised. In the case of Tristel I have always felt a certain disgust.
piedro
04/3/2020
09:33
Looks like this one has turned into a gravy train for directors options being exercised and cashed in on the virus panic. I don't suppose you can blame them but it speaks volumes for their own personal valuation and prospects of the company.
my retirement fund
29/2/2020
23:33
Tristel: Management Reveals Extra NHS And Chinese Orders To Combat Coronavirus After H1 UK Sales Advance A Superb 14% 29 February 2020 By Maynard Paton https://tinyurl.com/wgowk3f
piedro
27/2/2020
15:37
Very strange this has not risen with all these buys. Anyone have level 2?
ptookey
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