November 23, 2016 - By Dolores Ford
FinnCap have a GBX 2.70 PT on the stock. The PT indicates a potential upside of 20.00% from Transense Technologies (LON:TRT)‘s last close price. This rating was revealed to clients and investors in an analyst report on 23 November.
About 332,249 shares traded hands or 29.40% up from the average. Transense Technologies plc (LON:TRT) has risen 8048.15% since April 26, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 8042.82% the S&P500.
Insitutional Activity: The institutional sentiment decreased to 1 in Q2 2016. Its down 1.33, from 2.33 in 2016Q1. The ratio worsened, as 1 funds sold all Transense Technologies plc shares owned while 2 reduced positions. 3 funds bought stakes while 4 increased positions. They now own 604,589 shares or 49.67% less from 1.20 million shares in 2016Q1.
Stonebridge Mngmt has 0.04% invested in the company for 23,750 shares. The California-based Blackrock Fund Advsr has invested 0% in Transense Technologies plc (LON:TRT). Wells Fargo & Mn, a California-based fund reported 1 shares. Dimensional Fund Advsrs Lp accumulated 0% or 72,832 shares. The Massachusetts-based Fmr Lc has invested 0% in Transense Technologies plc (LON:TRT). Royal Natl Bank Of Canada has 14,950 shares for 0% of their US portfolio. Acadian Asset Limited Liability Corp holds 3,614 shares or 0% of its portfolio. Tower Rech Cap Limited Company (Trc) has 0% invested in the company for 312 shares. Morgan Stanley last reported 101 shares in the company. Thompson Davis And Incorporated last reported 0.04% of its portfolio in the stock. The New York-based Renaissance Techs Limited Liability Corp has invested 0% in Transense Technologies plc (LON:TRT). Ancora Advisors Ltd Limited Liability Company holds 0.01% or 18,922 shares in its portfolio.
Insider Transactions: Since July 8, 2016, the stock had 1 insider purchase, and 0 selling transactions for $6,610 net activity. Another trade for 2,400 shares valued at $6,610 was bought by ADELMAN JASON T.
Transense Technologies plc is engaged in the manufacture of electrical switchgear management systems. The company has a market cap of 11.13 million GBP. The Company’s divisions include SAWsense and Translogik. It has a 6.03 P/E ratio. The SAWSense segment creates and develops surface acoustic wave sensor devices that can be used to measure torque, pressure and/or temperature.
According to Zacks Investment Research, “TRIO-TECH INTERNATIONAL is a designer, producer and marketer of environmental testing equipment used to test the structural integrity of semiconductor devices that must meet high reliability specifications and rate of turn test equipment for aerospace, geographical, laboratory and other applfeaications. In addition, it owns and operates facilities where a broad range of structural and electronic tests are performed for manufacturers and end-users of merchant and high-reliability semiconductor devices.”
Trio-Tech International (Trio-Tech), incorporated on July 17, 1958, is engaged in providing third-party semiconductor testing and burn-in services primarily through its laboratories in Southeast Asia. The Firm operates its business in four divisions: Manufacturing, Testing Services, Distribution and Real Estate. The Firm operates in the United States, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and China. As of June 30, 2016, the Company operated six testing services facilities: one in the United States and five in Southeast Asia. As of June 30, 2016, the Company operated two manufacturing facilities: one in the United States and the other in Southeast Asia. The Company’s distribution segment and real estate segment operate primarily in Southeast Asia. In addition, the Company operates testing facilities in the United States. Trio-Tech also designs, develops, makes and markets a range of equipment and systems used in the manufacturing and testing of semiconductor devices and electronic components.
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By Dolores Ford