it often amazes me how people on these boards - admittedly in good faith - quote expected timings of developments, as fed by the RNSs and BoD, and think that they're actually going to be achieved and stuck to. With most Aim companies you can usually safely add two quarters to whatever timings are given, and IMO Sar is no different than others in this respect. So those quoting supposed trials beginning in Q1 2016 should IMO more realistically be thinking Q3 or Q4 2016, if indeed they happen at all, which is of course not guaranteed. If they happen on time, then in my experience that would be an exception and not the rule.
With Aim tiddler companies, one's expectations should always be pitched very low. It's not that they never get there (many don't, but a few do) it's simply that it virtually always takes a lot longer than is stated or predicted.
All in my opinion only.
Here's hoping of course, but it's probably best to excpect the slowest/worst, and then be pleasantly surprised by anything better than that.
Arbitrage, well said Mate. We all here have to agree with your comments below. TIM and CO didn't make nothing this year for us (shareholders) "creating value" it's a disillusion word created by some Companies.
As much as I feel fairly let down this calendar year I find it a bit doubtful that TIM &Co are capable of ripping us and CRUK & SRI off without much intervention.. They MUST have something of substance to keep them interested and on the verge to take CHK1 into two seperate clinical trials by Q1 2016.. Aswel as aurora flt3 in China, tyk2.. . I honest feel the pain of many invested in here but also feel like there is still much more to come from sareum as a Co and Sp.. Only time will tell
I ask you in all sincerity, what do he & his fellow crony care as to the state of SAR's sp as they have both 'creamed-off' over £100k plus benefits (as evidenced on page 16 of SAR's Annual Report: Governance: Remuneration Committee Report: Director's remuneration; Dr TJ Mitchell: £126,094, Dr JC Reader: £126,670), from this Cos this past year alone and that, against the backdrop of a plummeting share price, for purporting to manage a Cos that is in actual fact little more than an 'out-sourcing entity'. The management (or rather the mis-management) of this Cos from a shareholder's perspective is, imo, an embarrassment beyond comprehension and as the evidence of these past years confirms, shareholders are perceived to represent little more than 'cash cows' to be diluted via an innumerable number of fundraising's at en ever lower sp. Little wonder there are no Institutional Investors in this Cos when, one considers that, with the exception of 'share options' the BOD have negligible, if any 'skin in the game'. As to the repeatedly stated aim of "creating and building shareholder value" well, don't make me laugh! Only an exceptionally good licencing deal or, preferably from my perspective, a take-over of this Cos by a far more performance driven, commercially competent and shareholder focused BOD will achieve this objective and in so doing, save 'our' i.e. the shareholders investment in this Cos. In conclusion and despite on several occasions emailing this Cos in an attempt to offer constructive comment and suggestion, my emails have been met with a stony silence and have failed to receive so much as a courteous acknowledgement. Finally, I have concluded that this organisation represents little more than a 'Lifestyle Cos' funded by honest, trusting and long-suffering shareholders, for the benefit of certain members of the BOD.
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