Are we all utterly convinced that this business is medically transformative? That some Chinese have paid a whole lot of money doesn't necessarily mean that their successors will pay the outstanding balance. It would be so interesting to hear an opinion on NFX from its peer group, that is if there are such people.
For EVRH to list in the States, say on Nasdaq, there would have to be a share consolidation, they don't list penny stocks and kick out businesses whose stock has fallen too low. I can't remember if the bar is set at $1.00 or fifty cents.
jay12, Thanks for your informative post as well as a reply to my question. The share price issue and the Chinese payment can be made irrelevant by an important announcement concerning the sort of progress that we have been promised will happen over the near term. Please, during your 'long chat' was there anything to give you concern such as the receiving of payments from China could have a knock-on should we wish to do business in the States?
martbmth, If you are referring to the latest Vox Markets interview with Anita Riotta(sp?) then was a most revealing quick aside that the interviewer failed to pick up on. Dan mentioned the words 'exit strategy'. Since Dan has now opened this subject it is really important that investors are able to understand the details of this envisaged exit strategy - timing, target price and so on. I was hoping for £2 + a share, but if we are going to get sold out at 50p or something silly like that, then it will be a great shame.
Aim4Utopia, It appears that you are widely respected on these boards, it is with this in mind that I now write. You feel that NFX is heading toward being oversold. It could, however, be said that the current share price accurately reflects the current state of play, the market never lies. There is as we all understand the possibility of a huge upside in the share price depending upon events that as yet have not fully materialised. Your magisterial pronouncements at times make me wonder about who you are and by what method you arrive at some of your conclusions, this only because your 'welcome home' to these boards seems a little excessive. Anyway, all best wishes to you. P.S. Hopefully, TOM and DEV will take their shareholders beyond the dreams of avarice.
Much hope that we aren't about to get taken over, it really would be far too soon. There again, with a present market cap of £46M which would be much higher on a bid, it would probably allow Dan to retire, should he wish to. If today's news is correct and we really are about to get into trade embargos with China over Hong Kong, then perhaps the money may not be able to come after all and this is now being reflected in the share price. gla
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ash666 Forgive me please, there is no doubt whatsoever that competition increases the market size and brings about innovation and technological advance. Any manager who is unable to embrace this concept is in the wrong job. It is bad management that brings down companies. There are numerous smaller companies who are head to head with multi-nationals, yet they thrive. Or are you really saying that you think that the competition's products are in some way superior, if so please produce proof. With thanks.
What sort of a world are all these 'happy base campers' living in that they write such drivel? The worry is that it is exactly this type of school-child mentality that almost never makes money on the market. The real concern is that I am a fellow shareholder with these guys. Phen, I think your attitude is correct.
A whole page profile on Homeserve and the guy who runs it. Seems that the N. American side of the business is now greater than the UK. Hopefully, the business will avoid any further horrendous fines. It looks as if there is the prospect of getting future growth from the States. However, have taken profits a couple of times and reduced the buying cost to almost nil.
Kindly, will some of you smart guys explain why it is that a small raft of large shareholders is, allegedly, selling out. At this moment we have a tanking S.P., this is despite the prospects are alleged to be so good. It just does not make any sense whatsoever. I have not sold any shares, perhaps I am living in cuckoo-land and am hoping against hope that this is the one. Only goodness knows.