Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Angle Plc LSE:AGL London Ordinary Share GB0034330679 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00p -3.36% 57.50p 57.00p 58.00p 59.50p 57.50p 59.50p 58,447.00 12:57:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 0.4 -5.4 -8.6 - 43.02

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10/12/2016
18:23
Elbillo8 Dec '16 - 20:33 - 4518 of 4553 No disrespect, ignoring a share price because you have faith in the Company can be a dangerous game IMHO. Are you saying that if the share price dropped to 30p you would be still comfortable? It is rare that the market gets it consistently wrong. At the end of the day the only thing that does matter is the share price I do not see anything with the share price at the moment that causes concern as the share price is trading within its range, however should it move outside of that range I would be paying attention, that applies to both the upper and lower levels. I would say flexibility in any share is the key, if you sell you can always buy back. I wish all holders the best of luck.
m5
09/12/2016
23:51
hTtp://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0145754 Interesting article about personalised ctdna testing for Ovarian.
banshee
09/12/2016
18:25
Then again Steve maybe the trade was a buy, seemed part of it was a block buy, previous buy was 61.68. Interested to know your thought process on reckoning the deal was a sale, for my education.
4legs
09/12/2016
18:07
Thanks wasn't sure about the 44,000
4legs
09/12/2016
17:41
4legs, I think yesterday's was a sell, today's looks like a buy though
stevelauren23
09/12/2016
17:33
Interesting to note the 44,000 buy yesterday, if it was, and 25,000 today canceling a good proportion of the sales. This type of pattern has happened before and I hope is a prelude of further buying.
4legs
09/12/2016
15:02
100% Steve
gary38
09/12/2016
13:53
That was well put Gary. Obviously I disagree regards AN management, although this is just my opinion and may turn out wrong. But I can see where you are coming from and do understand your frustration.
stevelauren23
09/12/2016
13:47
I am quite ready to sell personally, and equally read to buy back if circumstances justify. While this is obviously not the ideal time to sell, experience suggests AGl is best not treated as buy and hold share still less as something to become emotionally attached to. But trying to justify AN's bonus is just wishful thinking sycophancy imo, a mindset that has hardly served people profitably here in the past. The only mitigating factor is that the alternative was not to take back his shares.
banshee
09/12/2016
13:38
Steve We are not arguing only we are discussing. I liked it when you said 'both are a bit right'.We are annoyed at AN because our money is invested here and we don't like the actions he has taken .We want to be positive and add to the discussion but are finding it hard and worried that through AN management we might miss the boat and some other company will bring a similar product to market before us.
gary38
09/12/2016
13:09
I'm not going to bother arguing with you. It's usual when the price in any company isn't going well all the negative people come out, most of which will be positive if and when the price rises. So I'll just leave Gary,escape and banshee alone to get as cross with AN as you like, but lacking the decisiveness to actual make a decision and sell.
stevelauren23
09/12/2016
13:08
Far far more than the revenue generated by those hard won sales already in the pocket of mr andrew newland!
escapetohome
09/12/2016
13:05
It's pretty simple really, no director of an AIM co that has had nominal revenues for years, and numerous fund raisings, deserves a 400k bonus (financed by yet another fundraising) when they finally start to deliver some modest sales, but are otherwise operating at a hefty loss.
banshee
09/12/2016
12:28
We couldn't possibly know whether they definitely do or definitely don't deserve it, as we have no idea what work they do or don't put in. So all we can have is our opinions. Same as the house thing, your opinion is that it looks bad and putting himself before the company. My opinion is that he did it because he sees the value in the shares and didn't want to sell them, so I don't see it as a bad thing. Neither of us can say or definite whether we are completely right. In reality we are both probably a bit right. But again it all comes down to probability, but that's what life is generally made up of.
stevelauren23
09/12/2016
12:16
Probably not definitely?
gary38
09/12/2016
12:14
It's the judgement when using companies like EFH rather than selling and buying your house at the same time like most of us have done.It sends the wrong message to investors that he has put himself first not the company.I like the share price would be well over £1 right now if he did not deal with EFH ,and also just mentioned the bonuses. Bad bad judgement which is reflected in the share price. Hopefully there will be enough good news to get me out without you much of a loss
gary38
09/12/2016
12:03
Myszka, you might not be bothered about the house thing, but Gary always seems to make reference to it, so it clearly bothers him. Other than the FDA approval they have done everything they set out to do this year, and the FDA is out of their control to a certain extent. That's assuming we get the trial results soon anyway. I personally don't agree with the bonus, but share price aside I do think they have done a good job this year, so they probably do deserve it.
stevelauren23
09/12/2016
11:52
Steve. It's not his house think how you gonna justify an and his mate filthy bonuses which wiped out all of our revenue we had?
myszka21
09/12/2016
11:35
Your biggest complaint is the house funding thing. All he did was lend the shares so a company for a loan, to me that shows confidence in the company. He could have sold them, but obviously he expected the price to be higher at this point that is currently is. And since that happened the price has been over £1 so I don't think that has had to much influence over it. The price is where it is because we are still waiting for more concrete proof that Parsortix will succeed. We currently have lots of research and studies from various centres over the world, however because all of these are positive, the market expects them to be good, so it is generally already priced in. The next bit of news which I think is needed is clinical trial results, this will be the biggest thing so far to happen to Angle. And the results aren't priced in at all, if they are bad the price will plummet, and if they are good then it should soar. For me the risk is worth taking because of all the positive research already been done. Although the price is drifting, I don't think it is anyone major selling because the volume is too low.
stevelauren23
09/12/2016
11:24
AN has not managed the company well because he puts himself first , if he had not put himself first and worked hard for the investors then the share price would be well over 65p .The product is great but the management is second rate and can not do it justice.I would leave my money invested here if AN moved on .
gary38
09/12/2016
11:17
So who's is off loading AN or EKH any body know.
gary38
09/12/2016
11:15
The share price has drop 25 out 32 days .
gary38
09/12/2016
11:14
Escape, no one is constantly ramping. Gary, that's what I don't understand, if you think the price will rise enough for you to sell at around 90p (I think I remember you saying your average is around £1 but I may be wrong) then you can't think the company is that bad. We can all agree that the share price could be better right now, but there has been very good progress in 2016, I don't think anyone can deny that.
stevelauren23
09/12/2016
11:08
A lot of shareholders said that 2016 will be the year for Angle 2016 but what they did not realise 2016 was the year for AN at the expense off them.
gary38
09/12/2016
11:06
Sv the constant ramping will neither
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