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RE: Presents at the H.C. Wainwright20 May 2022 12:40
I now ignore Sangijuelas. He sent me some weird message when I started posting on here and I see he has made so many posts for (and against) 4D in the past few months that one can tell when he was holding stock because he was Rampy McRampface. When he is short (like now) he is El Pesimista. I only trust honest posters who don't frighten decent Private Investors into selling their stock for a £40,000+ loss the day before the market rises almost 10%. Shame on him. Although I haven't bought any more DDDD stock today, I am waiting for the next unfortunate Private Investor to lose their nerve so that I can buy some of their stock on the cheap. I stand by my prediction of a £1.30p price before the end of August. I have still only seen positive FACTUAL evidence on this stock recently. All the supposition just instills doubt and fear.
I bought another 40,000 more yesterday at an average price of just under 34p. I am very happy I did so even though the price is slightly lower today. I wonder why the existing investors on here are not buying more too. Is it because they already have a lot of this stock and feel overexposed? Coming to this with a fresh pair of eyes, I can only see massive opportunity at this price. 4D pharma is for sale at less than £60 million. This post will be here in a few weeks time when I conservatively predict that the price will be over 4 times that. Maybe a lot more, who knows? What nobody here knows is why the stock is so cheap when we do now know that the science is valid. How odd.
4d Pharma is currently valued at £62 million. A classic Mercedes 300 SLR just sold for about twice that amount. This entire company, succeeding in a pioneering field in a and almost limitlessly lucrative market, is supposedly worth only half the price of a used car. Where would you rather invest ? Yes, of course I will continue adding at every price dip.
I don't get a couple of the responses to my first post. Were they responding to another post? If not, I am sorry. If you rephrase or explain them I hope I will understand. I know there is a lot of "banter" and in-jokes in this particular share group. Thank you CRL 123, you were nice and clear. Meanwhile, please could somebody explain what the "presentation" on Sunday is? Why is it on a Sunday? Is that normal? Thank you all again.
I have only just opened an LSE account as I find some factual information here very useful. I have also seen a vast amount of personal opinion and unsubstantiated speculation. If people make predictions, why don't they subsequently follow up with their resultant accuracy? I bought 10,000 shares at just above79.5p yesterday and predict that they will return to £1 within 3 months. This will yield a profit of 25% If my Limted Order is triggered before then I will repost to confirm my prediction. If not, I will repost in early August with an the update of the relative (in)accuracy of my forecast. If all contributors (who opine without data or material facts) did the same, we could at least assess their track record at guessing.
I have been reading the poorly substantiated arguments and wildly opinionated forecasts on this BB for some time and decided today to open an LSE account and to buy two chunks of shares (10,000 each). I have read all the predictions and listened to the podcast: https://www.bioprocessonline.com/doc/live-biologics-the-microbiome-with-d-pharma-s-duncan-peyton-0001 I predict that I have just spent the wisest £6.5k of my entire life. I expect that the price could drop further - in which case I will buy more - but I predict that I will make £20k profit on today's buy within 3 months. That is my prediction. I will post again in 3 months. Please don't mind me. Just keep arguing your wishful opinions among yourselves whilst I wait for my limited order to execute at £1.32 per shares when all this madness settles down.