still bobbing about in the same margins as before rns... all very well being nt to buy but if there was a rush for the shares there'd be more of a reaction than this... would have expected support to bump up 10% at v least... news hasn't really affected sp at all.
been an age since i believed in this share so i don't know the answer to my own question but whatever happened to Circum Minerals being IPO'd and the sale of roach's sinking of significant cash into a stake?
saying it's being tested over several months in Basgstoke hospital.
fairly sure this bb suggested several times a connection between ncyt nd optigene but i'm presuming nowt to do with this lamp test...ie. of no benefit to the ncyt sp...
what is it with them and formal bodies that they're just so slow in spotting detrimental products to public wellbeing?
and was 10% to be had from the drop early this morning. admittedly, had to see it sink first but i'm quite jealous. trust it's not the last of the rises... gotta be close now to some kind of update. nice to see a non exec try and milk the cue rise for all its worth, even if it IS for relatively speaking, pocket money.
no, what i'm saying is pretty straight forward. recording studios only work when they're being used... then they're library clips... a vr radio show is constantly promoting the library while play songs that they don't actually have but can attract those viewers to the library.
back in 2003 we had several internet tv channels that operated in asia... the music channel did it for 10 hours per week... be damned cheaper now and just because i suggest it and the BoD didn't doesn' make it a dumb idea... and, as deputy editor of mp3tv (that's how long ago it was... when napster was the rage) i kinda know of what i speak! and we used the recording of V festival and Reading constantly as our videos... but i'll just wait for the 3.9 to break and then wait for the 'brains' to tell you what's happening! and... erm... the 'best' brains?
two person set up... play tunes, showing vids, sticking in MVR cut videos every 5th play... lots of chat, lots of gig news, lots of nonsense and endless plugging of mvr, live, over the internet, 24/7.
a library of clips is dead promotion... you have to know about it to get to it... a radio station would drag people to it.. look at clips of italian radio/tv channel called... can't remember! BUT, something that's live and does what all the other radio stations do but showcase mvr clips too... and you can get anyone and everyone in for a chat, instead of performances... as chat is waaaaay easier... and still very mvr-able.
john legend turns out for a sandwich and a bottle of tizer... he did about 20 peformances in the same week as his mvr gig... mostly from home... mostly for care workers or showing off his emmy's on the back shelf. even did graham norton..
now take a look at youtube and see how many clips there are from last week of john legend or john legend covers and play 'spot the mvr clip'... not there... point being you ain't gonna get adele unless she benefits...
put it in the studio (although it'd be better with natural light), pump out music constantly, put cams in it and run that studio as internet radio with vr streaming and bring in guests endlessly. pretty much did the same thing nearly 15 years ago. then you have live advertising with endless opportunity to use your vr headsets to see the guests and you use your own clips as pop videos too... endless repetition but it feels contemporary.
hampered by traditional thinking with new tech...
final one: it's not another antigen test that will undermine ncyt... i'm hoping their own mobile machine will be the boost. but it's rumours of 100% accurate antibody testing that will cause folk to sell... and the same with even the hint of a vaccine (even the nonsense astra zeneca 'we will provide 100 million doses' of a vaccine that currently only has a 50% chance of success) caused a bit of a sell off).
my concern would be that, ncyt didn't expect this revenue and i'm wondering if they've any idea how to spend it? or whether they're going to just sit on it... don't blame them... don't imagine it was ever on their horizon pre. covid... but now they have it, what are they going to do with it?
they could buyout a rival but i doubt they would... they could return the cash to investors with a special dividend which would be nice but very short term... they could just carry on and hold it in the bank which would be pointless... so what do they do to maximise the future? considering they've already said they're not interested in new ventures or acquisitions and are just focusing on current production expansion i'm not sure there's much more exciting news to come?
i'd sell at £6 unless the price was rocketing... i might sell at a fiver... not sure how low i'd go before turning my back on the company... not this level, certainly. think most folk have pencilled in a fiver as a sell... guess we'll see!
i possibly came in in the middle of a discussion but i'd say that there's still a point you've still to recognise... atm, it's covid19 that's made the company it is now... it's all very well talking about primer's or ncyt's worldwide reputation from their supply of covid kits but the company is going to need continuous growth for the sp to find higher support.
a lot of today's price (even with the now 50% drop from a fiver is exclusive to the 4million monthly plus additional 4million monthly to come plus the exSig future plus the development of respiratory disease diagnostics must be recognsied in the current sp.
personally, looking to see if mobile pcr testing makes inroads into antibody testing. but while mullis can say that this event has recognised them worldwide, which is true, it doesn't guarantee them anything like the revenue next year or, definitely the year after. if you want to understand my point, look at their sales of ebola and sars diagnostic testing... it's what gave them the 7p price last year... i can''tt guesstimat the value here in 3 months, 6 months or 12 months time. and i'd say that even if this share reaches £10 in 2020, i doubt that more than 10% of the current holders would still be holders...
"... under no circumstances would any country delay testing in order to obtain a quicker test." that's already happened... all over the place, including the UK. what's the randox antibody test if it's not that?
no use banging on about 'gold standard' when it's bleedin' obvious that they don't use 'gold' on the plebs. isn't that obvious from, for example, only 288k tests a week being sold to uk govt when they're doing anything from 800k - 1.2million tests per week, according to their numbers? so only 1 in 4...
not knocking the amount, just saying govts' aren't so fussed about 'gold standards' when it comes to the populace.
first, appreicate you actually engaging rather than just dismissing me. but...
i think the problem with your argument re. facebook is their investment is, i would suggest, VR gaming rather than AR viewing of real life events. i took a look at the john legend thing and i still get stuck on the rather clumsy interaction of moving the pov. it's interesting but i just don't see it being essential in this field. or, until it's seamless and works off eye movements or somesuch. in the end, while it's a buzz to be the video director either it has to be smoother or it needs a better use than music. in comparison to, say, VRE, this is... trivial. i can see better use for it in theatre because the tech would pretty much allow you to almost participate in a performance, standing over the shoulder of a two hander or similar.
not sure getting closer to snoop dog singing the 'just eat' ad is that desirable. but then there's no accounting for entertainment wants!
i'm hugely disappointed in Gore's inactivity, for whatever reason the delay... similarly in mvr's inadequate lockdown programme. there's obviously more to come and, if the sp shows weakness so that i can get back in below 4 then i'll bite. but ony to take advantage of the optimism generated by the current investors... meanwhile, if they can't get their own staff to daily post a rave review on their personal accounts on fb and twitter then i don't know what the business world is coming to. if it's good enough for amazon and ali baba...
gl with tomorrow.
i get the feeling now that the next rns is going to need to be a doozy to stop folk just baling at 450 or 500 or 550.
it's going to need better than confirmed sales as already established. in fact, it's going to need to say that, not only is the increased production capacity spoken for but that there are further plans for expansion as, otherwise, it's just repetition of what is known.
problem with the posts is that they're, accumatively, extremely optimistic, with talk about mobile pcr's, reduced use of reagents, second waves, failing antibody tests, etc and i don't think the company can possibly hope to match that optimism.
to match the optimism/pessimism re. covid19, either the virus is going to have to be more virulent than is currently the case or they're going to have to come up with a new product or someone is going to show interest in buying them out.
if it's something out of the blue then obviously i can't guess at it but i think it's probably a mistake to rely on the BoD's £100k purchase, nice as it was, as a guarantee of adding £100million to the mcap?
but i doubt anyone's going to baling out now, this close to the next news.
i'd say it's the same everywhere. not because they're better but because they're more expedient. you can see the press and economies generally are now just living with the idea of deaths and spread as worth the risk. it doesn't stop the sales of primer kits but it might limit the growth beyond the new numbers. and that means that, as far as investors are concerned it can't go much higher. or, at least, until there's a second wave and lockdown gets attempted again. but the cummings debacle is rather making the point that noone really cares that much about old folk dying... same with ppe's and pushing infected into care homes to 'protect the nhs' which, as slogans go is a poor second to 'protect the elderly'.
still, will probably see the sp back to near level so 6% to be made on day trading...?