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On the 5 year chart i notice pxs hit 1.22p on November 25th 2016. Presumably shares in issue were the same back then, ie, 1,884,238,000?
1884238000 x 0.0122 = �22,999,903 Mcap
�22,999,903 Mcap divided by �250,000 NAV = 92
Assuming shares in issue were the same back then, when the share price spiked to 1.22p on November 25th 2016, Mcap would have been an astonishing 92 x NAV
I believe a company can lauch a product in any market, If the company believes it will be successful in that market, test it. The product does �live� up to the claims, and has the paperwork to prove it. It also sells on our own doorstep, maybe not in the numbers required yet but is still selling.
I dont mind you being negative about the way this company is operating, but keep it true.
I can`t see how a company can launch a product in overseas markets when it has failed 100% in its own backyard so to speak. I remember Fruitflow being on the shelves of my local Sainsbury`s about 6 years ago and thinking that here is yet another wildly expensive miracle potion that probably doesn`t live up to the claims. Joe Public agreed.
If you can`t sell your product on your own doorstep i can`t see how you`ll be able to sell it anywhere else. PXS would have a much much better future as an oil exploration company.
What he meant, I believe, is that revenue growth will start to reflect next year, bearing in mind that there is support for new launches that has a short term negative effect on revenues. Revenues are not solely reliant on China, there have been multiple launches in Europe already, many emanating from Germany region. Each one will contribute more as the initial support spend is absorbed. Provexis retail is also expanding, each month's renewal number shows a wider gap that the prior month.
Please don't write that funds have run out, because it is a very clear lie. You write here in revenge for one poster's postings on WRN, mine, disrespecting hundreds of other posters with whom you have no gripe. Answer me on WRN, that is as it should be.
No one has lost anything. We`ve been gifted shares in Whetstone to the amount that we held in wrn and many of us also bought shares when Whetstone listed. So, contrary to what you have stated - and this includes the trolls - there are a lot of very happy Whet shareholders who are thousands of pounds in profit.
Has all the money from the last placing gone, phew, now they have to place at a lower amount to get this into a distance dream of breaking into China, I wonder what the previous placees are thinking.....tangoed!
We've seen the work in progress report from the liquidator of that sorry shambles Wrn now.
If you want a bigger laugh, have a scroll back to what GS was predicting there, and compare it to the reality. Which regulator signed off for the infamous relaunch in 2014, trapping thousands?
The poor wee chap doesn't even know who handles Fruitflow globally, where it is made, hence he says they should have conquered the UK first. Oh dear.
"A company with a global market for a health enhancing product will ALWAYS be priced on expectation"
So what happened to the UK market alf?
Is it not the case that despite years of trying, fruitflow has utterly failed to make it big in the UK?
Surely the right thing to do would have been to conquer the UK market FIRST - and then expand elsewhere?
Instead it appears the company has largely given up on the UK market and is now having to try elsewhere?
Not exactly a solid start to world domination is it?
Surely if the product was as in demand as you say, it would have been a huge success story in the UK?
And yet that doesn't appear to be the case does it?
Market cap is currently a ridiculous 30 x NAV and that's almost entirely based on "future expectations".
Using the UK market's apparent lack of enthusiasm for fruitflow products as a barometer of what we may potentially see from consumers elsewhere, it may be wise for investors and the wider market to lower future expectations somewhat?
If you care to factor in a rising revenue stream,, you'll realise that your posts will be seen for what they are, spite.
You, who spent so much time accusing so many of posting out of spite, do exactly the same thing. You distort the situation for your own purpose, to try to drive me away from the Wrn board.
A company with a global market for a health enhancing product will ALWAYS be priced on expectation. The last updates inform that Fruitflow is attracting commercial interest from more, and larger, brands right around the world. The next increase in revenues has the potential to fully provide funding, removing the threat of further share issues. Should any of the main shareholders, or new large holders, then wish to increase their stake, sp appreciation will create an entirely opposite scenario to the one you try to foresee.
"sp is priced on future expectation alone"
Do you think that's a good thing alfista?
Do you not agree a crazy high market valuation that's based almost entirely on "future expectations" as opposed to actual net asset value makes for an incredibly high risk investment?
If future expectations disappoint or fail to materialise, the huge Mcap bubble is likely to burst - and it's a very long way down to earth from the current 30 x NAV to 1 x NAV.
There's also the small issue of possible further dilution and just how many shares in issue you'll end up with along the way. There's already 1,885,238,000 shares and I'm guessing that figure may well increase substantially in the years ahead.
Ahhhhh i see what you are saying squid. So even though shareholders are sitting on big losses the value of the shares today - proportionately speaking - are priced higher than that of diamonds. However, when the market wakes up and corrects itself the value of the shares - proportionately speaking again - will be much more realistic to reflect that of your common and garden stone.