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Please check all my messages and advise where and when I have blamed anyone for anything. All I have done is state facts, some, others don't like. However, others have called and been abusive on the blue channel for years and nothing done by admin.
If others believe in this share, after some nine years, that's their prerogative, I don't and as posted earlier have written mine off, although keep an eye out "just in case" I'm able to recoup.
That doesn't in anyway mean I would like the share to fail. I spouted PXS of to a few friends way back and it bit me on the backside.
No one should take satisfactory in anyone losing the hard earned in any shape or form, that goes for me, however, I don't like the way some over there have replied to others just because they think they are right and everyone else isn't, and nothing at all is said to them,hence a few of my last posts.
Good luck to most
If I say that, when the sp reaches your average, I'll be more than delighted, perhaps you will understand that different strategies bring different results.
Basically, you have blamed all and sundry for your own decision to buy when you did. If what was written on these chat boards makes no difference whatsoever, why then do you blame others? Take ownership of your own personal choices, because only you made them. Yes, folks speculate all sorts of things on all sorts of shares, but there is no need to blame what they say is there? Only words. You piled in too early, so what?
No such thing me owd
Check my history, signed up 2009 since holding this dog
All posts imo so don't be touchy, just stating a fact, which don't go down very well when locked in here.
My average is 2.05 so would really like an increase, however, my, or your posts don't make any difference to the SP
Are you signing up to trolling me as well?
If you read my post, I was correcting another poster, not making the claim myself. However, the number sequence keeps increasing, and Fruitflow+Omeag3 is also sold through channels other than the company website too. Why would you, a supposed holder, want to run down those facts?
You persisted in trolling posters on iii for years. Why?
I will repeat my post from some months ago on the blue channel
Order numbers don't relate to the amount of sales as proved when a poster advised a order number purchased after a previous order was a lower number.
So clutching at straws again I'm afraid
The trolling of me personally continues. Why? It was me that was politely correcting Wheelds. You use old stats to argue against a future projection, and that is just dumb.
You have a right to comment, and continue your Eight year campaign of vilification of Provexis under various usernames, but isn't it time you laid off just the one shareholder, because frankly it borders on insanity IMHO
"we're not sure if every sequential number is an order." We are sure. Its not!
"The Company launched its Fruitflow® + Omega-3 dietary supplement product in late June 2016 and in its nine months on sale the product achieved sales of £29k for the financial year to 31 March 2017"
How you get from £29k sales (maybe a couple of k profit if any) to £100k is kinda funny. Looking at the 1st 12 months sales will be around £40k. How much of that do you think is from shareholders? 90%? I dont see much growth arriving on top unless you lot start upping your doses!
Order no. 20,001 for my fruitflow plus Omega 3
If Provexis only gets £5 out of every direct order that's 20,000 times £5 = £100,000 profit since opening their website.
If Provexis only gets £10 out of each direct sale that's 20.000 times £10 = £200,000 profit
Although I took part in the PrimaryBid placing, I wouldn't mind adding a few more, and my thinking was along similar lines, that we may see dip a little below.
As we see a fair few versions in the mainland Europe zone, I guess there has been revenue growth there. USA has products on the market, with no news on success or otherwise. China has had some Fruitflow product before, but the extra regulatory work of By Health can only be aimed to achieve higher market penetration. The national athletics team cornering early production may frustrate a bit, but product reinforcement by sports stars is a powerful marketing tool.
As you say, bottom line is where the most powerful influences are, revenue growth is vital, crossing the breakeven line will perhaps be affected by how much they plan to spend expanding Fruitflow+Omega3, especially if that were to involve attempts to break in to mainstream retail.
I'm quietly confident that Fruitflow will be better received by the Chinese than our domestic market. I've been waiting for a better buy in price than the recent fund raising, but now suspect we may not get much lower before results date.
I suspect current growth will continue at the same rate, and I can't see anything other than the Chinese market being 'Transformational'. Blood pressure results are likely to be positive, but this needs to be converted into sales before the SP can really take off IMO
But hey, what do I know
ATB long term holders
Yes...it is a bit of a puzzle Alfista.
He appeared last week, whimpering that he was barred from some other platform (I didn't even do anything...snivel!).
Reminds me of the boy at school who insulted people then cried to the school master that nobody liked him lol
Why do you attack the opinions of others?
You made your own opinion clear over many years on the other site, and have been proven wrong in your prediction of closure for years now.
Others have more forward looking opinions, surely it is fair to allow them to express them?
At least you're not allowed the addition of dozens of childish emoticons on this site, thanks LSSE
"I don't understand why some posters get so hung up on the UK market. Much better to focus our efforts elsewhere"
But isn't that just a polite way of saying - after years of trying to make it big in the UK and seemingly failing to do so, the only thing left to do is focus our efforts elsewhere and hope other countries take to our products better than they did here in the UK?
How many more hugely wealthy, hugely populated countries where sales of health supplements are absolutely booming can pxs afford to write off as a failure and have to try again somewhere else?
If fruitflow ever was going to be successful the UK should have been an ideal proving ground. Instead all that seems to have been proven after many years of trying is that UK consumers just aren't that interested in fruitflow and don't appear to regard it's health benefits as sufficiently important or sufficiently vital in their lives to make them want to get out there and actually buy the stuff.