Tt Electronics Plc

6.60 (4.11%)
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tt Electronics Plc LSE:TTG London Ordinary Share GB0008711763 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  6.60 4.11% 167.00 3,939 09:18:46
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
158.20 166.80 167.00 167.00 167.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronics Diversified 617.00 -13.20 -7.50 - 294.81
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:15:03 O 150 162.07 GBX

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15/3/202313:13T.T.Electronics charts and news20053,202
15/11/200812:52If TT cuts divi, shares will collapse to 40p9
10/12/200720:42TT Electrincs - borrowings linked to Libor?1
20/4/200616:49TT Electronics -Falls on concerns about trading136

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Posted at 09/3/2023 15:29 by julian1000
Posted at 08/3/2023 13:40 by overeager
Good luck with your investment.
My feeling remains that the gap between stat results and adjusted results is too big - the scale of non-cash write downs of acquired assets means that too high a price was paid for previous acquisitions and you will also note that the entire Virolens investment has had to be written off.
TT does operate in attractive markets but it should be performing much better than it actually is.
There are signs that the business is finally on an upward path but progress has been painfully slow.

Posted at 08/3/2023 10:22 by boadicea
Very quiet thread as is sometimes the case with good but unexciting stocks.
Some rather misplaced opinions above and I'm glad I held on to these.
Non-cash writedown of acquired intangibles is a necessary bookkeeping exercise which the market (if not every shareholder) understands.

The main thing for the company is to be competitive, reliable and in the right (i.e. growth) markets. TTG seems to be getting it mostly right.

Posted at 08/8/2022 14:01 by indiestu
Its not over until 16.30! I think they need to prove they can get the debt down and the margins back up by the end of the year before the price can recover. I'm still happy to take a 24 month view.

Why do you find this mornings price movement amusing enough to comment Sceptical?

Posted at 01/7/2022 17:52 by indiestu
Anyone nibbling yet? I spent some time today studying the TTG website. These guys are making the component parts that will drive the growth industries over the coming years. Defence (NATO modernisation), Industrial automation (robots), healthcare technology (people living a long time) and transport electrification (EV's, charging). Input costs for their products are crashing, the supply chain is normalising and China are coming out of lock down. The recent reports point towards growing revenues following the pandemic years. Net debt has increased which is a worry but dividends are growing and the order pipeline is healthy. There is the chance of course that there may be a deep recession but it looks likely the US is already in a technical recession so if you take a 24 month view its got to be a reasonable roll of the dice. I'm in for a starter. Probably tank from here knowing my luck!
Posted at 13/5/2022 13:52 by km18
TT Electronics plc issued an AGM trading update for the four months to the end of April 2022 this morning. Strong demand is continuing reflecting the ongoing healthy growth trends in TT's focus end-markets and the strength of the Group’s customer relationships. Group revenue was 6 per cent higher than the previous year on a constant currency basis and 5 per cent higher on an organic basis. In the period, the Power and Connectivity facility in Dongguan was temporarily closed due to COVID, but the larger GMS facility in Suzhou, near Shanghai, has remained open. Self-help initiatives and decisive action on pricing continue to effectively offset current cost inflation. Management's outlook for the year as a whole is unchanged. The top-line continues to grow at a high single digit pace, profitability is average. Share price is still in a 10-month correction, down around 1/3, so the share lacks momentum. But this also means that valuation is starting to look reasonably attractive with forward PE ratio at 9.4 in the top third for the sector. A solid company, but one to monitor for the time being....

...from WealthOracleAM

Posted at 17/3/2022 12:23 by sphere25
Day two of interesting exchanges here with numerous significant blocks hitting the book (3x410k, 490k and a 900k so far) at 201.5p and volume up to 2.6m.

Watching closer now because these buyers are keen and trying very hard to clear the sellers, but the book is still stacked with sell orders on the offer from 203p in increments up to 206p preventing any break higher.

The book can turn quickly at TTG too so might be worth keeping an eye on to see if these big buyers can exhaust the sellers for a technical bounce.

Sometimes I have a go and it doesn't work. When it doesn't work, can always exit with a little loss but really need to see the offer getting cleared first as per the above post or the sellers could win this crucial battle.

All imo

Posted at 16/3/2022 10:44 by sphere25
There are some interesting blocks going through here at 201p. In a bullish market the likelihood is that TTG breaks higher on buyers coming in to clear sellers like this. However, this market has big sellers at particular price points and then various layers of further big sellers at higher price points, so even if something bounces, it just gets sold back down.

The exchanges are notable for TTG and could lead to a technical bounce if the buying is heavy enough but it is a stalemate in a firm downtrend at the moment.

We are at 2.17m and rising at the moment with numerous blocks of 250k hitting the book. Clearly if some absolute whoppers hit, then a bounce is more probable, but someone is still sat with a big sell order at 201p at the moment that the bulls are trying to buy out.

TTG really need to clear and close above 205p for a bounce but if the sellers win out with the buyers getting exhausted, then it could lurch back down very easily. Nonetheless, interesting activity and a decent example of what is going on out there. Sometimes it is hard to see the sellers and wonder why the prices aren't bouncing back significantly higher.

All imo

Posted at 24/4/2021 09:58 by earwacks
At the end of the day Ari, it doesn't make any difference what people say. I was really surprised when PS on Stockopeia felt he got stung buying into the spike when Sky broke the story on Virolens in September. Really an experienced investor like him should know better. Buy on rumour sell on news. He spikes shares everyday with his stock reporting. Some of his analysis is excellent and pretty open about not understanding some sectors. They must also be aware that although they are not recommending shares obviously they have a big enough following to effect share price movement to some degree particularly with small companies when they write an enthusiastic report and similarly when they dismiss a company sometimes unjustly.
I do occasionally feel I can't let posts go unanswered, when they clearly have the wrong end of the stick or simply too lazy to research themselves just spouting media tosh. Also I find it quite disrespectful to the companies and other genuine investors.
I can't remember the inventors name of Iabra, but here is a guy already using AI in other products who had the nowse to come up with this idea, and within three months have the first prototype in partnership wih TTG tested in the field. Genuinely offering a solution in a serious crisis. What do the media do? savage them with their own ignorance stupidity. Dyson was asked by the government if he could help out with the manufacture of ventilators.He agreed to do this on a non profit basis in return that his workers should not have to pay uk tax. Media savage him. AZn no profit making vaccine. The EU want to sue for not fulfilling contract on a vaccine they have clearly stated they won't use. Probably they feel they could have profited from this by selling them on. What is a matter with all these loonies?

Posted at 11/1/2021 11:23 by earwacks
The problem was more to do with the boss of I-Abra comments about the potential of Virolens.It was him who said the share price of TTG was chicken feed compared to what it would be when orders came in for his invention. TTG are the manufacturers. I-Abra and agents who have bought worldwide distribution rights are responsible for selling the product and authentication. TTG are not out of depth at all the have world wide manufacturing facilities. As have said the government paid initial production costs so far. Sound pretty shrewd to me
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