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Share Price: 44.25Bid: 43.00Ask: 45.50Change: 0.25 (+0.57%)Riser - Plant Impact
Spread: 2.50Spread as %: 5.81%Open: 44.00High: 44.25Low: 44.00Yesterday’s Close: 44.00


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shan
Posts: 5,081
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:44.00
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RE: holdings rns
Mon 19:12
Yeah mate....saw it dated 27th Feb.

A good rise for pim...and the placing was brilliant at a premium to the sp.
 
hereandnow
Posts: 379
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:44.00
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RE: holdings rns
Mon 17:51
they got them in the placing
shan
Posts: 5,081
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Price:44.00
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holdings rns
Mon 14:52
Polar croossed 11%.

Just keeps going!!!
greedisvgood
Posts: 81
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:41.50
Hold on tight !
Sat 21:47
It's been a rocky road and rollercoaster for the last 5 years or so but definitely worth a punt even at the increased price as the directors have share options which are not worth much as yet so the incentive is there ! Plus they have only just hit profit so only the most nervous or cash hungry investors will have cashed in up to this point, even with the new issue which at least is at market price !!!
hereandnow
Posts: 379
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Opinion:Weak Buy
Price:41.50
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RE: PIM Growth Potential - Advice
Sat 12:34
Bull points
1/. Check out the CEO and Chairman's history. Their roots are top jobs at Multi billion pound agrochems. They chose to join PIm , a £25million minnow. Brubaker has done everything he set out to do 3 years ago. Someone to have faith in
2/. Last two placings have been at prevailing SP, no discount, great signpost.
3/. The relationship with Bayer is transformational. No more door knocking but proper roots to market with a top class partner
4/. look at the latest article on proactive investors which references new products for soya and new products for wheat. don't expect new product launch for at least 2 years but from then on we could see new products every year or two as results from r&d investment come through.
Broad acre products are the key as the applicable market is massive. veritas is a real winner product

bear points
1/. Personally, I do not expect Ametros to do brilliantly this season. The apple market has collapsed with over supply caused by trade sanctions between Russia and Europe. I can't see farmers dropping money on a product which, atm, is barely worth harvesting. Time will tell here, atm, they say they are trading in line..
2/. you never know when another company will come up with a wizz bang product…it is not something I worry about unduly , not something I can really monitor
3/. i imagine a lot of retail investors will have sold out/taken profit over the past 6 months. i have sold down half of my holding( been here for over 6 years) but will hold the rest now and watch the story unfold.
PeterMcA88
Posts: 22
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:41.50
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PIM Growth Potential - Advice
Sat 10:47
All, PIM has just come onto my radar for the first time. It seems like a fantastic company with great growth potential. I am particurlarly interested in there Bayer deal. I have three questions which I had hoped you could help with:
1)The share price has performed very well in the last few months-12mths. Have I missed this opportunity or do you see the share pruce continuing to perform well? (I am aware that peel hunt seems to think the company could be valued at £1, with a forecast PE (at todays share price) in 2017 of 8 -which if comes true would represent mega-upside)
2)The recent product launh in Brazil has been a great success particurlarly with Bayer involved. Does the company have any other products in the pipeline? When could we expect these to come to fruition?
3)What are the major risks to PIM? I guess competition would be one but I expect that the involvement with Bayer would reduce this risk somewhat.

Would really appreciate any insight people could give.

Many thanks,

Peter
hereandnow
Posts: 379
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:40.25
director buy?
17 Feb '15
just wondering if that 50k buy today was a director buy…?
shan
Posts: 5,081
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Price:40.50
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RE: rns
16 Feb '15
Agreed....another quality rns!
hereandnow
Posts: 379
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:36.13
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RE: rns
16 Feb '15
Fantastic RNS. Funding sorted, and an agreement for all of the Americas for all soya products.

I have been hoping for a roll out of Veritas into Argentina and N.Ameica….but this goes way way beyond that. Gifted financing and partnerships on all soya products
boomorbust
Posts: 6,152
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Price:36.13
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RE: rns
16 Feb '15
"Bayer will make payments to Plant Impact of up to $9 million, of which $3 million will be paid initially and up to $6 million paid against various milestones."





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