And as the article makes clear he had to return much of the money as his suppliers and testers couldn't meet the demand.
So plenty of demand out there even at £375 a pop.
"A private doctor has been forced to pay back a total of more than £2m to thousands of customers who had bought test kits from him to find out whether they had contracted the coronavirus.
Dr Mark Ali’s business selling home test kits was exposed for profiteering two weeks ago: he was charging three times the price for which his supplier was selling the kits directly to the public.
In little more than a week, Ali sold about 7,200 test kits at £375 each, raking in more than £2.7m in revenue. His money-making scheme collapsed, however, because his supplier was unable to meet the heavy demand.
Despite having to reimburse his customers for more than 5,000 kits, he still stands to make a profit of as much as £340,000 for a few days of work."
Novacyt Wins French Approval for COVID Testing Kit By Reuters April 6, 2020 Updated 2:51 a.m. ET
PARIS — Novacyt's COVID-19 diagnostic test has been approved by France's CNR arm of the Institut Pasteur, making it available for immediate distribution in France, the healthcare company said on Monday.
The company added that last week, it had also won approval for its COVID-19 test from Thailand's Ministry of Health
hhbb8833 - I'm no expert but if you are going to trade/invest in shares then you really need to do a bit of reading and understand such things as market cap, p/e, yield etc.
Understanding these is relatively simple, it is picking the right shares in a consistent manner which is difficult, and knowing when to exit.
And you have gross profit and net profit, and many other metrics. Much is on the internet and many good books available. Waterstones is shut, but Amazon is open! A few quid spent there will be money well spent.
NCYT looks good in the present circumstances - so good luck with your investing!