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Valirx Share Chat (VAL)



Share Price: 1.80Bid: 1.70Ask: 1.90Change: -0.05 (-2.70%)Faller - Valirx
Spread: 0.20Spread as %: 11.76%Open: 1.85High: 1.85Low: 1.75Yesterday’s Close: 1.85


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woody2002
Posts: 1,903
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: Looks like ....
Today 18:05
I think they've been offloading the placing shares at 1.8p surely thats not all people loading up after the placing? UNLESS something is due and someone knows it................?
 
Fredd1eboy
Posts: 3,764
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: Looks like ....
Today 17:59
The ones that are offering to buy from you at 1.5p are selling at 2 and 2.5p
gfb258
Posts: 6,592
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: gfb258
Today 17:58
Brexit, I can only go off the info in front of me, I've only been in 6yrs with an average of 5p, hopefully a spike would get us near there and I'll get out, rose tinted etc.
Yes obviously you've the right to vent, I just saw the low posts and presumed a deramper.
Anyway ALB VLTH
GFB
nomlungu
Posts: 1,777
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: Looks like ....
Today 17:48
Fredd1eboy,

Then your earlier post does not make sense - why would they have an ask price greater than the bid [ie the price you can sell at?

'currently, if one mm backs off we are a sell at 1.5'
Fredd1eboy
Posts: 3,764
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: Looks like ....
Today 17:40
2.00 and 2.5p
tozerk
Posts: 3,024
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: gfb258
Today 17:31
Why can they not provide confirmation as to where they are in the negotiations (or discussions) and who they are talking to.
The RNS's are purposely ambiguous.
Problem is what can we do about it? Nothing, as we've given them permission to keep on issuing confetti shares.
brexit
Posts: 171
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
gfb258
Today 17:13
The amount of posts I have is irrelevant. For your information I have been in VAL for 10 years or more and down 20k, I think I'm entitled to an opinion.
brexit
Posts: 171
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
jjp1985
Today 17:10
Would you like to call me that to my face? Think not, a lot of people have become brave with the coming of these type of boards.
nomlungu
Posts: 1,777
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: Looks like ....
Today 17:05
Fredd1eboy,

What are the bids by those market makers offering sell prices at 1.5p?
Fredd1eboy
Posts: 3,764
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
Looks like ....
Today 16:34
...speculative trading is finished...less than 4m traded all day....my guess is we will have many millions of shares hitting the market once released....hopefully we will land above 1.65p but wouldn't bank on it.....currently, if one mm backs off we are a sell at 1.5p....
HardToHandle
Posts: 2,066
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: Sp
Today 16:08
We haven't .......... Yet !
jonbhoy
Posts: 1,220
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
Sp
Today 15:59
Can’t believe we finished down today
Tommy85
Posts: 1,858
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: Man battling to keep vital...
Today 15:57
Keytruda - Merck, was on BBC South today last night. Cant be used after 2 years of use due to no further evidence / history of its use to support it. Think NICE restricted its use but are looking to change it early next year.
gfb258
Posts: 6,592
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: Man battling to keep vital...
Today 15:48
Great find,shame we dont know what he was on :( OR do we :)
johandesilva
Posts: 507
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
Man battling to keep vital...
Today 15:33
From my local town...

Aldershot man battling to keep vital lung cancer treatment
https://www.eagleradio.co.uk/news/local-news/2679139/aldershot-man-battling-to-keep-vital-lung-cancer-treatment/
Oil_Beast
Posts: 86
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: There are no talks
Today 15:23
"I'm afraid my many years of following VAL lead me cynically to believe that I like so many others we are witnessing the triumph of hope over experience"

Or perhaps your inexperience of the market lead you to invest to early? I have been burnt here too and will hold my hands up and say despite the scope of a deal in the near future I was perhaps naïve in understanding the time it takes to get a product to market.

Just a thought as I still hold hope of a spike soon
HardToHandle
Posts: 2,066
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: There are no talks
Today 14:59
Good post Tired, IMO Valirx are proving themselves to be all that is bad about this market ! They are first in class at it !! I'd just be glad to get 10% of my outlay back.....how bad is that !!!
Tired@Confused
Posts: 12
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
There are no talks
Today 14:45
My last heading wasn't clear, I believe there have been talks, how substantial they are/were who knows. I'm afraid my many years of following VAL lead me cynically to believe that I like so many others we are witnessing the triumph of hope over experience
Tired@Confused
Posts: 12
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
There are no talks
Today 14:38
If there are no talks then would it be fair to say that the BOD are guilty of market manipulation. This is a financial crime for which they could go to jail. The truth is there must have been talks but what sort of talks? As long as the BOD issue RNS messages and statement which are suitably vague these talks could be anything and are not necessarily proof that any progress is being made towards a partnership or deal.

There will be 'news' very soon, there has to be. IMHO, the way that VAL continue to raise funds is by issuing new equity which requires the people taking on the new shares and providing the funding (ever more diluted shares for the same 3 to 4 months working capital) to have an exit strategy, a way to get their cash back from the market. This requires a regular spike in the price for them to get out. As I said this is my opinion, conjecture but, if the cap fits?

Our new brokers are about as small as you can get, employ 11 people, last time I looked, and specilise in the 'bottom feeder' section of the market. IMHO.Checkout their web page and look them up on

https://document-api-images-prod.s3.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/docs/7x6LXe9d0G2hp81YkGt6TpkoN9A_MHpYnNOuXw_depM/application-pdf?X-Amz-Algorithm=AWS4-HMAC-SHA256&X-Amz-Content-Sha256=UNSIGNED-PAYLOAD&X-Amz-Credential=ASIAWRGBDBV3AG6NB4WJ%2F20180919%2Feu-west-1%2Fs3%2Faws4_request&X-Amz-Date=20180919T132238Z&X-Amz-Expires=60&X-Amz-Security-Token=FQoGZXIvYXdzELX%2F%2F%2F%2F%2F%2F%2F%2F%2F%2FwEaDHOKyGnVXcsXIWurKCK3A2QZ0QNl%2B9MsBwy5OuUnowEPLMA051uLv0ebggEF4w3AXy0D5BOX%2FBBCX1veSDEp7PuHg1jAqYUxnaLZVldjMtAhq6adAgSB2thIA4sEXHlVHCaQphJvuGIOw3p2%2FfQOlCzck0qwQ8qkzpsZxGuiF6P6J4F6%2BGgDKCSBEsa0MDgelT8MBfPmf%2FnAm5UFTsiSoFLU8msVBBuGrAQMz5pUNAyMR0tOjGYnlxszSMHiBarVw5GZxc2J%2FGI89%2B7sMYZqTa4KaABQCkKQsRU%2B33tbjmlhffk3b1VNf0dewlfsFj6ffwixEwIORGiWjJ6ApOZ3ptqlZMWSr8C4zlvazHOTZTmLjc11Fs%2FoRfFiqAIsg4hVK3IEcypfQeTla0aw2N2A%2BDWzrcW6xY%2BUMSBqREkdzGpAO7eyV53L6Tn5m1lFoYi728RW1jb6YLlCHKT26oqNL%2BMHbRuQYRly3ZsqJzLvu9P6kKglsc4jLGY%2BQgLLSxWeoxRgrx4Yya3V5QeyM7usVXZ7mu8lVaZlV8F57z6gMH3f3WoW0h%2FQbMMR5LoAPioZXzUt9MCsKLx9SuEk6X7QeZi5%2Fncusjso0euI3QU%3D&X-Amz-SignedHeaders=host&X-Amz-Signature=caf6db9540715a4f4a1d070795ab72ea24088b6a77ff2e9c401827d6ac0c0b47

The last VAL consolidation saw 125 old shares for 1 new share and we are, after a couple of years heading rapidly back to the same shares price where the old shares were consolidated.

I got out of the vast majority of my 1,000,000 shares on the last spike at around 7p and have kept a small holding for fun. AIM is the 'wild west' and punters have little protection from the likes of VAL and there financial games. Withhold funding and the implied threat is they go bust, not so much implied, they will. So we either keep allowing the issue of equity because we can't stomach a total loss, prefering to watch our investment be diluted away in hopes they will do some sort of deal which will recover something.

Good Luck All. Check the link out!
Fredd1eboy
Posts: 3,764
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: Re fact
Today 13:23
Very low volume traded, compared to recent days, though.
jjp1985
Posts: 442
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: Re fact
Today 13:23
what's even worse it has 8 likes HAHAHA some people are just sheep and that's why they never make any money from investing!!!
steakpie
Posts: 4,359
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
Re fact
Today 13:19
if there is no interest etc no deals etc no nothing etc!
Why are there buys ?
some posters need there research checked over
rightback
Posts: 3,979
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:1.80
RE: Fact
Today 13:15
ha, dont live that far from him as it go's all blues good for me.
gfb258
Posts: 6,592
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: Fact
Today 13:13
rightback, your not Peter Kay by any chance are you? as he likes a bit of blue now and then ;)
Jinksy
Posts: 1,243
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: Fact
Today 12:58
Let's hope so - after three or four red days on the bounce it often finishes blue. It's been like that from 70p down to sub 2p.




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