Its all coming good, slowly but surely. This is one share to be tucked away for a couple of years. I am surprised that this company hasn't been taken over by a conglomerate that would really make it fly. Once 3D printers become cheaper and make it into the retail stores, then the BIOME 3D product will take off. The problem at the moment is that the print head technology is evolving, much like VHS and Betamax did in their day. BIOM are pioneers in cutting edge technology and I have every faith that the company will grow substantially over the next couple of years.
4 Nov '14
not very good, we seem to be going backwards
3 Nov '14
due tomorrow. Expect good news IMHO.
22 Oct '14
I looked at your post in May 2014, and I have to agree with you about the MMs playing with AIM "investors". I too, am disappointed by the MM game. XEN dumped AIM and went to the USA for a future NASDAQ listing. (Now XBIO). The reason I'm in to BIOM is that I like the products and have a fair amount of knowledge in their products. The 3D plastic is brilliant. I wrote to BIOM and asked them if they could supply the anticipated demand. The answer was "I can assure you that we have the capacity to respond to market demand". I can see why you are not happy with the SP, but I believe that BIOM may be very profitable and could be a target in the near future. If they can commercially produce the lignen product then this company is going to be a solid bet. After all, that's what the AIM is - a cheapo betting shop made sleazy by the people with the fastest computers..
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