boys don't jump the gun.takeovers demergers mergers etc calm down.I don't like to repeat myself but del knew. you all took the p-ss except dutchgold alfista and arterial and a few others.Now moons gone and he has gone for a reason it should become clearer.Keep calm and hold your shares they will be worth a few bob soon.
As I say ....Just a thought. There's no need to be so rude, or is it just your opinion that we have to read. Ive not mentioned speculation. They know more than you or me about this product. As you say, they have put all the hard work in - why wouldn't they want the rewards. This is a forum for all PXS investors, not just you.
I think that's a very valid question but we will NEVER know the answer because the details are contained in the Alliance Agreement which is a document non of us will ever see. It is a confidential agreement between DSM and PXS and was independently scrutinised for fairness.
I recall a seven figure DSM investment being mentioned so that covers the range £1,000,000 to £9,999,999. We'll never know but I hope it's at the lower end!
If DSM, were to buy out Provexis for a song, as you suggest, no small cap company would go near them in the future. Don't think any CEO in their right mind would fancy looking for a new job three years down the line. GLAGP,s
Firstly, DSM do not pay royalties, if they did, there would have been revenues today. Second, to think that DSM will pounce while it is cheap is a isnomer, if they started to buy shares the price would go up, and the majority of the larger holders would not be intested in selling until many multiples. Simple market economics. DSM would not buy a speculation, they need to see products developed as a far as a reliable revenue stream that can be monetised on their books, and this product has not reached that stage. Big companies do not care about buying cheaply, they care about adding value to their balance sheet. Lastly, banging on about takeover hasnt helped and doesnt help. The known jnown is that our partner is working hard to get value from their massive investment, and the results of that hard work will be shared with this company as part of a legally binding commercial Alliance Agreement.
Please, for the future, can we not talk about this company in a serious business context rather than pull ideas from the Noddy Book of Business.
Will look to purchase pxs if they think the product will take off, why pay a company royalties if you can buy it for a song knowing how the sales are going. On the other hand the royalties may be so small it is not worth the hassle. We the pi's have no info on any of this.
This time next year PXS could be owned by DSM. They seem to be doing all the recent work with Fruitflow. Why would they want to share profits with PXS ? Now Moon has gone (thank god) DSM may look to pounce !! Just a thought.
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