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Futura Medical Share Chat (FUM)



Share Price: 56.00Bid: 55.00Ask: 57.00Change: 0.50 (+0.90%)Riser - Futura Med.
Spread: 2.00Spread as %: 3.64%Open: 55.50High: 56.00Low: 55.50Yesterday’s Close: 55.50


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Chariot
Posts: 151
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:56.25
RE: Block listing is negative to sp
Tue 20:42
StoneyD, thanks for your efforts to seek clarification from JB.
 
StoneyD
Posts: 2,577
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:56.25
RE: Block listing is negative to sp
Tue 19:32
Chariot: I would like to put on record that I have e mailed James Barder and asked if the European manufacturer of CSD500 had been rejected and his reply, received within minutes, was "absolutely not"
Chariot
Posts: 151
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:56.25
Block listing is negative to sp
Tue 16:07
Yesterday's RNS about Block Listing Update for 3.3million shares to be issued on 25th May is negative to sp. The shares will be issued under Unapproved Share Option Schme and EMI Option Scheme to employees of Futura Medical. Those shares will be issued at a discount to employees, that means, the employees can buy cheap and sell high.

And you see today, the sp is down simply because their employees has started selling those shares they are holding in their hands from 62p to 55p now, knowing that after 25th May they can buy new shares exclusively for employees at a cheaper price.

Futura directors and employees are always quick to sell their shares whenever given new shares. Whenever they see sp rising to a certain level, they sell at once. They are the culprits of suppressing sp.

And they chose to sell the shares now, maybe they have already known some bad news or maybe the application of CSD500 European manufacturer has been rejected. Hope not the case.
StoneyD
Posts: 2,577
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:57.50
RE: Block Trades
Mon 16:43
It is designed so that it doesn't reflect on the sp, Clearly, this strategy in the case of FUM is to maintain the sp, interpret that how you will, but I dont think they are protecting themselves against a drop, rather the reverse given the potential and the number of license holders. Have a look at PLE in contrast,.with just one license holder that of Recordati.and see which way that sp is going (HK 0575 Regent Pacific). Cheers
MattyBoy1965
Posts: 27
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:57.50
RE: Block Trades
Mon 16:21
Thanks StoneyD.

I had already Googled it myself, but I wasn't sure as to how (or if) this would have any impact on the current share price.
StoneyD
Posts: 2,577
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:57.50
Block Trades
Mon 16:12
What is a 'Block Trade'
A block trade, also known as a block order, is an order or trade submitted for the sale or purchase of a large quantity of securities. A block trade involves a significantly large number of equities or bonds being traded at an arranged price between two parties, sometimes outside of the open markets, to lessen the impact on the security price. In general, 10,000 shares of stock, not including penny stocks, or $200,000 worth of bonds are considered a block trade.

BREAKING DOWN 'Block Trade'
Due to the size of block trades, both on the debt and equities markets, individual investors rarely, if ever, make block trades. In practice, these trades typically occur when large hedge funds and institutional investors buy and sell large sums of bonds and shares in block trades via investment banks and other intermediaries.
If a block trade is conducted on the open market, traders must be careful with the trade, seeing as it causes large fluctuations in volume and can impact the market value of the shares or bonds being purchased. Therefore, block trades are usually conducted through an intermediary, rather than the hedge fund or investment bank purchasing the securities normally, as they would for smaller amounts.

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MattyBoy1965
Posts: 27
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:57.50
Today's RNS
Mon 15:55
"Block Listing Update".

What does this mean?

Thoughts anyone!?
StoneyD
Posts: 2,577
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:57.50
RE: News
19 May '17
Mathsman: That was then and this is now, 2017 is the year it starts to move on sales, it takes at least five years to get through Phase 1-3 clinical trials and qualifications, plus the shelf life problems, but thats now all history
GCCRa
Posts: 411
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:57.50
RE: News
19 May '17
Ha ha! Yes you're right Mathsman, the Price has dropped a fair bit, but the potential has increased several-fold. That makes potential profits even better than they were ! Not long to get in now I think.
Mathsman
Posts: 278
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:58.00
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RE: News
18 May '17
I was in this about 5 years ago, only the posters names have changed, the desperate optimistic content and ramping reads just the same as then!.............price has dropped a fair bit though.




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