Welcome back. My interpretation is similar regarding timescales although if the science is as good as we think I would hope the sp would be well in excess of 1p. The Mcap should go back above £30m IF there is a commercial deal but that is the big unknown of course.
Was a long term holder here until about two years ago when Tim's continual BS wore me down eventually selling at around 0.6p from memory having recognised little would come from these farm-outs for one or two years.. I even went to the AGM where Harper, Mitchel and Reader assured everybody that a transformational deal was on the way.. !! Well all that followed was the various JV's which to date have not matured into anything tangible, whilst they continue to draw obscene salaries.. Now, having said all this I've just bought back in as my thoughts are the timescales for some news which could well lift this stock could be nearing.. I've got no aspirations regarding an sp anything near 1p or similar but do feel a return to 0.5p territory could well see a nice return from current levels.. GLA and I'll pop in now and again.. andy. :+)
That's fantastic news Utahsaints. I'd hoped that one of the Cos you name might be subject to a 'take-over' by by 'big pharma' next year however, further to your extremely upbeat prediction, I hadn't possibly considered in my wildest dreams, that by by next year VAL, SAR & PYC would all have been subject to a take-over deal by 'big pharma'. That's fantastic news and has to constitute one of the most positive posts I've ever seen on this BB . . . excellent!
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