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@PM2022 Nope, just more interested parties which is great key though: we want shares in sticky hands but some movement is good, see what next week looks like. its natural position pre deal should be about mcap average £54m imo but as i said before this is AIM We are at about £17m at the moment. https://www.hl.co.uk/shares/shares-search-results/v/valirx-plc-ord-gbp0.001 think today will be strong,
Obelix I bought Traffic Master my first share years ago paid 7p sold at 24p happy , few months later it went to £1.11 unhappy wot . Having said that I did pick up NatWeast for a £1 still holding at £214.50 Similar with Lloyds and Barclays.
Welcome to the Club Brixton, I had £50k and now worth £1,478.58 All this was GM and Satu - greedy, selfish, disgusting and so on list. I remember been talking with one of the member from this BB. He's used to go out for a drink and GM used to buy the most expensive Wine from the place. At least someone enjoyed our money.. lol More more people here are in the same situation, and hopefully Suzy will change the sentiment in the City and delivery a real value for all of us.
Not sure what your current situation is Brixton, but if you have a spare £1500 you could bring your average down to just under 32p which would bring a way of getting out earlier possible assuming we now get steady growth
It is always a risk, and would be entirely up to you if it’s a route you think is worth it or not
Porky . What a breath of fresh air you are . After the dust has settled about the Cenkos "Debacle"- you have certainly changed the sentiment on this BB . With this positive sentiment l hope this drives new investors to invest and to build momentum and geniue honest investors are rewarded for their patience and loyalty . Keep the faith.
@iceman888 Totally agree with you, New investor reach is absolutely essential.
I would actually recommend that once Suzy has completed the meet the company presentation and the Q&As are uploaded which is about a week or so later, this then gets syndicated, that she contacts someone like Paul Hill at Vox Markets:- https://www.**********.co.uk/series/q-and-a and then he interviews her on the premise of "You recently completed a really successful presentation to shareholders and you are doing some great things at Valirx, loads to talk about ..... tell us about that... blah blah" , and gets her to open up about the business since the management changes, what they are doing differently and some of the pipeline etc.
In other words, don't let it go cold, someone like Paul could not only introduce the business to the vox markets audience but its another chance to syndicate and he could follow up periodically to update. There are other platforms around but this sort of thing would be a great start i think....
Great post Porky9. You raised some very interesting points.
I recently mentioned to Suzy that she has built a very informative and user friendly the website and when potential investors find out about Valirx they tend to become loyal shareholders. The stage is set for her to really take this company to the next level. I have asked her that at some stage she needs to have an interview with one of the broadsheet newspapers like Sunday Times, FT, etc or even BBC Radio to attract new investors to the company. Since she become CEO, I feel her focus has been to mainly communicate with the current shareholder base. If you are on LSE Valirx BB or you follow Suzy you will find out about Valirx otherwise you will most likely not hear or notice that there is a company called Valirx with great management and potential.
I agree fully that Suzy is a fantastic ambassador. I have not come across any CEO in any markets who is so connected to shareholders. She is also attracting very knowledge and experienced investors to the company. This is very reassuring for long term holders and it gives them hope that they too can one day see a profit on their investment. I have been here for more then 5 years and I would need 32/33p to break even. I was lucky to have cashflow to aggressively average down in last 9 months.
I will be very happy for Suzy and her team when she gets a deal done. The up-front cash needs to be enough for her to pay for all the costs of running the business until the mile stone payments kick in. It will remove a lot of uncertainty and the discussion on BB will be more interesting. GLA.
@Oldbaldy I totally agree with you I have completed my research. I had a few connected shareholders come to me and say Pork's be careful we lost x or y on this investment yada yada yada. The business had not been run that well and was in an never ending cycle of raise/spend/raise/spend/b@llocks to shareholders/raise some more. So i totally get that...
However, this is a totally new management team. Suzy Dilly is right on the ball, the business is transforming. yes of course a licenced deal of some kind would break the raise/spend cycle and i really believe that suzy is trying to secure that, i really am confident things are changing for the better. The investment return from here has fantastic potential.
The presentation at Meet the Company IF she gets it right will do wonders for the profile of this business. In the meantime, I really believe we need to create fresh interest and we can help with that.
I think I'm on my own on Twitter, yet millions of investors follow it. If anyone here is not on Twitter give it a go. Any comments you make just add the hash tags #Valirx #VAL #valirxplc and #DillySuzy and your message will syndicate on the threads and picked up. I'm 52, if i can do it, anyone can.....
@nomlungu I do hear you, a licencing deal will come, matter of time. See what Suzy says at the presentation but she is working her rocks off to make it happen... it will get better from here.