I live in the far east and as a result of shutting airports and movement control orders deaths from Covid are tiny compared with UK and other EU countries like Spain and Italy. These politicians especially from my native UK could not organise the proverbial brewery p!ss up. I also question the competencies of the so called “experts” they claim to take advice from. Now we hear they want to do business with Roche for their antibody test. Yet we hear nothing about them discussing testing solutions with our home grown Avacta company. I don’t think it will be too long now before our CEO says “wake up buffoons – we have a big solution!” Although I expect he will phrase it more politely.
Cancer work is great but this says it all currently06 May 2020 07:45
"We believe that the technical risk of developing a COVID-19 diagnostic is significantly reduced now that we have a large number Affimer reagents to work with, and our objective is to have a saliva test ready for production as early as possible in the summer. This individual opportunity is significant; there will be a medium-term need for very high volume COVID-19 antigen testing to support the global process of exiting lockdown and getting healthy people back to work. There will also be a long-term need for antigen testing as the disease will remain in some societies for many years. Outside of this opportunity which has raised the profile of the Affimer platform dramatically, there remains significant commercial potential for Affimer diagnostics to deliver long term sustainable revenues."
Spot the rampers? Just try criticizing MM they come out in packs. My only concern about Miles is that in his assessment for the potential of Avacta it is all a one way street of future prosperity. He fails to address the risks. A good independent analyst report would do this, and then you can make your own decisions.
Let's see what our CEO says today, and that is who you should really listen to. Not from anyone on this board who attempts to predict the future up or down without solid foundations. Good luck.
There are some that want to make a case for their investment, and some that want to just sit there and wait for things to happen. Confirmation from Cytiva along with some orders and the sky is the limit.
9. There are paid rampers and de-rampers on bbs. 10. One person has multiple user names and or colludes with others with same objectives. 11. There are people who will only put the positive side of a company's potential without addressing the risks. There is definitely one on this board.
Have a nice weekend, and let's hope there is no news over it that someone has developed the miracle vaccine. Death to the SP or more people, a moral dilemma.
RE: MM loading up paying over SP !28 Apr 2020 17:47
@jones - Where are the statistics that the test works? You know something we don't? I like our CEO but until I see the RNS 99.99% success rate I will still have concerns. Same for all the other Covid wannabees.
RE: MM loading up paying over SP !28 Apr 2020 17:18
@1750/Kbiz - Sure you are not too sensitive to him reminding everyone to take their rose tinted specs off? No +ve RNS tomorrow do we continue to finish 5-10% higher or 20% lower? The 10 min test sounds great, that is why I am invested not on hype. The risk for me is that I do not know it works yet. If it does, happy days, if it does not back to cancer treatment... and definitely a lower SP! That's the risk KB means. That is not de-ramping or being a troll its reality. Personally I hope the test is successful but until AVCT advise the deals they have if it is, how can anyone put a price on the SP? Except maybe the bingo lady.
Kbiz - looks like you are going to get the price you want to pay after all. Don't expect any apologies from the people you are laughing at now though, who were so critical yesterday. Goof luck if you managed to get back in.
Don't worry about the cheap comments that come from some on this board. Each has various levels of knowledge about the stock, intelligence and their own agenda. There will be some who genuinely want to help. There will be day traders who one day will be bullish and the next bearish if it helps their position. Then there are the ones who want to pick a fight from the luxury of their keyboards - the latter you normally find scattered around with abnormally large numbers of posts. If you buy the magazine "very very sad people" their faces are normally on the front cover. I wish you well with your investments.
RE: EOG looking good for farm in to Inishkea23 Aug 2019 08:55
Bonum, go back to your pals on the MMX board (see this 1 quid + share of yours still stuck at 6p lol). If you genuinely want to consider this as an investment I would suggest you do a little more reading. Wressle planning appeal in November and possible farm out decision in September. Morocco imminent but subject to i and t dots from the Moroccans. LTHs ignore him.
Not to mention the third (developing) world population growth in the next 10-20 years... that is also a massive threat to our planet, but the environmentalist out there tend to ignore that. Anyways, onward and upwards for EOG.