Tayboy, don’t listen to the idiots on here. It’s perfectly fine to hold a slightly different opinion and express a legitimate worry and also be a holder wanting the same end result as other holders. It’s a discussion board for **** sake. I for one value the debate
I think some of the views here on testing requirements are way way over the top. I highly doubt every single person will have to take a test every time they go to a new place say on a night out for example. These tests will be great for some industries/practices and I would imagine the tests are taken only going into high risk places such as hospitals or once a week at work for example. Without a tracing system how are say 70,000 fans at a sports match going to be easily checked? When are the tests taken? Who pays? Where do fans wait? Much easier to let families only sit together and limit capacity to 50%.
At a bar - “go and wait in that space over there until the results show up” ?? With all the other untested people? Or outside in the rain and cold (thinking UK!). Social distancing and PPE will be here to overcome that instead.
Now, I do think there will be huge demand for these tests hence my investment, but some of the ideas are a little extreme in my opinion. I would imagine a bionic passport with a date of test and result embedded would be a huge step forward, and I agree some work places will require weekly testing. One person tests positive one day. Everyone sent home takes a test there and if negative allowed to return is a much more likely scenario. Other industries will require tests to unlock them but less than a lot of people are imagining. Still massive demand but the way some are talking it would literally be trillions of tests worldwide.
The problem with a message like this is there is no explanation or evidence to substantiate the claim. With the amount of rubbish that’s spouted on these boards why would anyone believe a statement with nothing to back it up? I too tend to like RKs posts and although he could be considered on the ramping side of things, he usually doesn’t post without explanations or links to back up his thoughts. Not sure I will believe this until I see it in black and white tomorrow
Give it a rest. Sounds like someone that’s very disturbed by this morning and the lack of activity from the holygrail DF.
If you’re that confident just sit back and watch the SP instead of clogging this board up with the same rubbish
It can’t ALWAYS be the MMs. I agree that often there are games played but if news is huge they just can’t manipulate it. The DF news just isn’t the holy grail some thought it would be. I split my holding here by half for a small loss and hoped the other half would make a tidy profit if my initial enthusiasm proved right. Unfortunately it looks like my analytical thoughts subsequently are proving to be right.
By on rumour, sell on news Is looking text book here. So much potential by hyped up investors that when the news lands its a disappointment. Not calling anyone here as I did exactly the same, but managed to offload some in the high 50s.
I don’t think the announcement on Monday will have a huge affect on the IAG share price should the rumours of specific corridors be true, maybe a small increase or a stop of the recent rot. With the green light given mainly to the ‘bucket and spade’ destinations expect the likes of Dart and Easy to gain the biggest wins from this. They still have a lot of summer to earn revenue and I believe a bit lent up demand.
If we consider that for IAG the biggest markets are the USA (BA) and Latin America (Iberia) I think the the current infection rates over there will see a delay in the large rise for this share. I think that’s the main reason for the large drop again from 350 -220. Once those markets open up I expect this share to fly - literally- so for me I think it’s take the opportunity to top up in the low 200s and cash in successfully in the medium term.
JHFH, I am an investor, that’s why I have posted. My opinion goes against those who shout loudest on this board and for that you get shot down. A bulletin board allows for discussion and all opinions on it are welcome as it is a place for the public.
I believe Hemo jumped on the covid bandwagon and got a great placing out of it, a lot more than otherwise possible. I have researched this company and I was probably caught up in the Covid play along with others although my main affinity with this share is with its work in Bone Marrow, as that sits close to my heart. However I don’t think there will a be a marked rise a for while to come yet. I do believe my investment in AVCT is safer although out of two rounds of buying I’m down on one of them as well (not ramping That share, just being honest). Long term this could be great but it’s a long way off and I believe there will be chance to sell out then buy back in lower. If I could make my money back and then wait and watch that would be great.
And for the people asking why a negative post - maybe it’s not a deramp but a thread for discussion to promote its merits and change a few minds.
Some thought this would rocket today. Shame all these bio stocks are struggling along. Hemo had its day at 15p and won’t be getting there again for a long time. If it can struggle on up to 8p momentarily, maybe if Globalco is announced, it could be a good time to sell and buy back later. A share that doesn’t seem to be doing much.
Short to medium term this share now depends solely on whether their LFT is shown to work and goes into production soon! The BAMS testing might stop the rot but no more than that. Get the LFT right and we’re back in business. My eyes have been opened though and I’m wondering why the placing was done for £48million if the company was about to make 100s of millions with a rapid test. Very frustrating and I really hope they come out this week saying we’re on track for mid summer.
This post might be thinking way way ahead, and might be academic if the company doesn’t fulfil the potential some expect. However, generally as someone who hasn’t traditionally held onto shares long enough to earn repeat dividends, my question is are other people looking to hold these shares long term for an annual income or do people have an exit price depending on the capital gain?
If this company hits just the covid numbers some are expressing (even AS himself said a huge number of tests), dividends surely won’t be far away and once the cancer treatments come on stream it could be a long term earner.
Hi Jim, I want this share to fly as much as anyone. I really do and I’m invested heavily (for me) with currently 30,000 shares. If this hits £5 it opens a lot of doors for me.
Hants taught me a couple of things with his replies to me on another thread which was great to hear and I doubt I would’ve read them without my message about Sona. Thanks for the message though, great if we can all be successful here.
@jim-s It’s not on to discuss all opinions on a discussion board!?? No deramping, just talking about what might happen and opinions. You’re constant talking up this share could be seen as just as dangerous. I bet some people bought in at £2 because of comments from here... looking at your portfolio down ~40% must be making some uneasy!