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Advanced Onco LSE:AVO London Ordinary Share GB00BD6SX109 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 52.50p 51.00p 54.00p 52.50p 52.50p 52.50p 14,545.00 07:56:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 0.1 -6.3 -0.9 - 38.06

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09/12/2016
08:20
Advanced Onco Daily Update: Advanced Onco is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AVO. The last closing price for Advanced Onco was 52.50p.
Advanced Onco has a 4 week average price of 75.40p and a 12 week average price of 96.56p.
The 1 year high share price is 215.63p while the 1 year low share price is currently 48.50p.
There are currently 72,492,288 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 247,780 shares. The market capitalisation of Advanced Onco is £38,058,451.20.
01/12/2016
22:44
adealsiddiq110: I couldn't agree any more with you Daijavu.I remember a while back shortly after I invested I saw a post re what it has to offer and it was all about its technology, looking at the figures for now is a total waste of time and ireelivent to what the end goal should be. This share is for the real investors who are patient and believe in what they have invested in (well I know I stress test prior to purchasing any share, research, research and research again then buy). If you are going to disbelieve at every opportunity then you have to ask yourself am I in the right share, this is for the investors who are looking to be patient and see some potentially very good results and returns. This in my eyes could easily be paying a nice Divi and the share price well, let's put it this way unless we can cure cancer for good it will keep going up as the demand will increase.I'm not sure if you are aware they also have a side machine prototype.cannot exactly remember what it was, that is in the pipeline after the successful launch of the proton beam. Again that tells me it has potential and it is a forward thinking team behind the technology who know what they are doing.
01/12/2016
21:07
adealsiddiq110: Ladies and Gents,I am a silent follower of this thread and invested quite some time ago in this share.I just wanted to highlight that trying to create technology is not easy especially what Avo are doing, what I call creating technology of the future. Keeping in mind the cost saving and space saving elements to this machine, I would have thought majority of the investors in this share would have already inticipated teething problems and lack of sales until closer to the launch of the machine. So I am failing to understand most of the noise that is being caused. Harley Street - well it has been the centre of attention for a while especially pre planning approval, since it has passed that stage now what we need to remember is that the building will need to be tailor made for such equipment to be installed especially if it going to be referred to in sales pitches, no doubt it will.What we also need to remember is that even if we get one machine up and running in Harley street it is like having a brand of its own considering Harley Street is the go to area for expensive and posh treatments and is well known for only having the best bases there.I agree that the managment team need to be more transparent with the shareholders, afterall it is our money they are using, however we need to cut them some slack and give them a chance to deal with the issue in hand. Personally I rather them focus on the technical aspect then spoonfeeding me as my rewards will be once the machine is fully working.We as shareholders or thread users are not helping the situation by all the noise in the background, if anything are making this share look less worthy of an investment from others. We should be looking at the bigger picture and that is once the machine is operational.Do not forget an operational machine could end up with a bidding war from the bigger companies. I don't believe the story has changed from what it has been and we are causing the share price to lower by making this share look less worthy.Well I have topped up on my holding which has helped me average down my share price aswell.
15/8/2016
06:34
twirl: waterloo001>> Your second paragraph in your last post implies ambiguously that 15% of AVO profit overall would go to those guaranteeing £2.5m. Its only 15% of the AVO share ie half of LPTC profit. As AVO main business once LIGHT has been tested will be the manufacture , sale and maintenance of LIGHT machines. The amount generated by LPTC will be a small proportion of the income from the main business. I am sure you are aware of this - its just that you post may have been misread by BB readers - I am sure that was not your intention. LOL
04/7/2016
13:33
someuwin: As stated before, share consolidations always lead to share price falls.
02/6/2016
12:03
twirl: Been trying to keep up while clearly picking a bad time to be on holiday where the internet is poor. I have written to the co re the inconsistent statements re the factory and whether they are able to share with investors the strategic consideration of Harley St and now the Factory which they clearly must have undertaken before embarking on such diversions from Development. Both these developments are requiring management effort as they are scientists and not facility creators/operators. But worse, these developments have led to the raising of £13m from Metric, the need to raise a further £25m as debt or placing by March 17 and if the latter at a strike price above 10p. The consolidation as a prelude to placing clearly is seen as negative. However the deal with Metric IMHO is positive. AVO must have convinced Metric that development is going well and sales potential is strong – to a greater extent than we were advised in the results. Otherwise how on earth do Metric expect a placing above 10p. One could say that why should Metric care about that – well because they risk losing £13m offset by value of patents held by AVO in the liquidation that could ensue if LIGHT fails. AVO themselves must know that development is progressing well and be confident that progress will continue as planned or better. This will lead to Chinese milestone payments and maybe new orders that may be at an advanced stage of negotiation. Surely major shareholders and Board members will have be aware of these share price enhancing factors before they committed themselves to the Metric deal. So continuing in positive mode its quite likely that the Directors are expecting to make a placing above 10p before March 17 which means an share price around 12p. Listened to the Winnifreth bearcast which is drivel. He talks about there being no barriers to entry for competitors who will copy LIGHT when there are patents and a placing possibility when the Metric rns more or less implies one. So as each day goes by I’m inclined to buy.
31/5/2016
11:30
tia1617: whenever a company feels they need to meddle with the share price it usually means a bumpy ride for shareholders. I don't doubt the integrity of the board or its ability...but AVO hasn't earned a penny yet. Surely they should wait until the real money (not the raised equity and debt it is currently surviving on) rolls in?
31/5/2016
08:53
haydock: Managing the share price Usually a good idea: Penny shares are often seen as poisonous. SHARE CONSOLIDATION The Company currently has 1,418,342,375 ordinary shares in issue and we will be seeking approval from shareholders at the upcoming Annual General Meeting to reduce this number through a consolidation of every 25 existing ordinary shares into one new consolidated ordinary share. We believe this will lead to the Company having a more readily understood share price and number of shares in issue. Further details of this are set out in the Directors Report included in the Annual Report and notice of Annual General Meeting.
31/5/2016
08:51
jimbobjames2002: "The Company currently has 1,418,342,375 ordinary shares in issue and we will be seeking approval from shareholders at the upcoming Annual General Meeting to reduce this number through a consolidation of every 25 existing ordinary shares into one new consolidated ordinary share. We believe this will lead to the Company having a more readily understood share price and number of shares in issue." So I presume based on the current share price of 7.69p, AVO would be 25x this at 192.25p with 56,733,695 shares in issue?
02/3/2016
06:33
werty5: Adding to my comments above. I would be very surprised if at some stage this year we didn't see a major swing north in the share price. AVO have stated that they've switched from a research led operation into a sales and marketing one. The two boardroom appointments made the other day would seem to back up that statement with a big focus on China and the USA. There is also the x4 framework agreements made within China through AVO's Asia partner Sinophi healthcare.I also take from AVO's recent statement that it has changed it's focus from research into sales and marketing that the research operations are either on track or ahead of schedule with no nasty surprises. If memory serves me correct according to AVO's development planner some of the last development testing was due to take place in March, I guess we might receive some news regarding this soon. This is a slow burn but the blue touchpaper is lit. Best of luck all and sorry about my ramblings I have stinking cold and there seemed nothing better to do whilst laying in bed. Regards, Werty
06/8/2015
17:05
daijavu: feasible, You asked for my answer so here it is, for whatever it is worth to you. I wasn't terribly concerned by the news re Harley Street and have no view about the possible reasons for the fall in the share price It may have been a response to the news or it may not have been. Similarly, I have no view on why any investor should make 'loud noises' about small movements in the share price I am not trying to avoid the questions because my main interest in AVO is in the potential long term prospects. However, that does not stop me taking advantage of short term movements in the share price, as I have done this week. I used the fluctuations over the last couple of days to increase my shareholding at no cost to myself. I did not bother to question why the fluctuations occurred because shareprices fluctuate, often for no obvious reason.
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