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Aortech Share Chat (AOR)

Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aortech International LSE:AOR London Ordinary Share GB0033360586 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 26.00p 24.00p 28.00p 26.00p 26.00p 26.00p 77,131 07:36:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 0.8 -0.3 -7.7 - 1.26

Aortech Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/2/2016
13:00
No point having a website when ultimately the just will prevail and there will be those like me who will do all they can...... And He Knows it! Sleep well.... Remember Life is like a Boomerang what you give YOU GET BACK! ....Karma...
gac141
13/2/2016
12:52
If they do it must be in the dark web.
tadders2
12/2/2016
16:41
Spurious , Either scenario is possible .Like you I am in the dark as to what next ? Weird trading at 26.5p though . I can see good value here at these prices . That of course is why you should invest in any company . It all remains highly interesting what comes next . The plot is thicker than a bodmin mist . I am of course on the positive side that Eddie will treat us fairly . Good luck All And Mat
bbr391
12/2/2016
12:45
Foldax Fund Raising History Form D Fundraising History Investment Overview Filing History Foldax, Inc. has filed 5 Form Ds since 2008. Of these filings, 4 have been for unique offerings. Through these filings, they have raised $3,050,000, and reported $0 remaining. They have not paid finder's fees or sales commissions in connection with these offerings. They have not used any of the proceeds from its offerings to pay officers or directors. The types of securities they have issued are Equity, Debt, and other securities. They have relied on the following exemptions in past filings Rule 506(b). Analysis of Past Filings Foldax, Inc. has filed 4 more filings compared to an average company in the Other category. They have had 3 more unique offerings compared to an average company in the Other category. The total amount raised they have raised is 408% higher than the average for a company in the Other category. They apparently have 7 investors over 5 fundraisings
gac141
12/2/2016
10:46
http://form-d.findthecompany.com/l/160932/Foldax-Inc Hi Harrogate Hope this helps also Regards Patrick
spurious
12/2/2016
09:47
http://www.octafinance.com/foldax-2-50-million-financing-sean-brady-published-sep-8-form-d/
gac141
12/2/2016
08:13
SP - all interesting stuff. I have been watching Foldax and couldn't see that they had raised $2m recently - have you got a link. I would have thought they might have missed the boat with the biotech bubble now burst for silly valuations. Love your scenario though !!
harrogate
11/2/2016
21:16
bbr I originally felt that the £2million (just over 3 million dollars) was raised to cover the pending court case and any potential damages.The way it was raised meant the Co did not need to disclose the reason for it convenient as I wouldnt think any would be investors would be happy risking their capital on potential future damages. I was also most surprised at how quickly this sum was raised by Foldax after seemingly struggling to raise a far smaller amount as start up capital. It makes me think they must have been working very closely with a friendly investor who was persuaded by Maguires strategy. The interesting question is what might MaGuires strategy be He could hope that he wins the court case and/ or Aor runs out of money I think both these scenarios are unlikely He could on the other hand go on the front foot and make a knockout bid for Elasteon conditional on Aor dropping the court case while retaining the valuable heart valve. It would appear Foldax might have a backer with deep pockets and they would need to pay a hefty premium for the current Aortech BOD to give them houseroom. However despite the obvious bad feeling between the parties this could be a deal that suits both and ultimately Aor shareholders would benefit Aor could sell Elasteon for a premium say up to £10 million (bearing in mind loss of potential damages of £2mill) and be free to float the heart valve project from a position of real strength. Maguires options would appear more limited but buying Elasteon would offer Foldax an out from a poential terminal situation freeing it from future litigation and allowing it a chance to develop its business. All this is guess work and assumes Aortech has the stronger legal case which I am conviced given time it will win but Foldax raised money for a reason and time is not on their side. Perhaps there is a deal to be done from a position of overwhelming strength in the interests of Aortech shareholders despite the understandable animosity The recent share volume would suggest something is going on but there are 2 parties that need to reach a settlement so could a deal be on the cards Your guess is as good as mine regards SP
spurious
11/2/2016
17:20
But who sold 5% of the company ?
harrogate
11/2/2016
17:05
gac 141 , Thankyou for the heads up . I only know what I have checked up online . Foldax Our other director raised £2 million thereabouts . I think that speaks volumes . Along with about 5% of the company bought at 26.5p . Should be inciteful enough. Despite market carnage . Things bode well .Dependant on how Honest our current BOD is . the technology we own is rocket science ( literally ). Even PJones would buy into these patents . Good luck And May
bbr391
22/1/2016
13:49
bbr391 - You seems a knowledgeable sort of guy...have you heard how the heart valve project is going?
gac141
21/1/2016
23:44
Still ongoing .
bbr391
19/1/2016
09:18
Anyone have any ideas on the legal action status please?
semper vigilans
06/12/2015
14:56
Oh yes and when we all thought the writing was on the wall and Aortech was bust how much of your money did you chance David? This money saved Aortech....
gac141
06/12/2015
13:04
I see Xmas coming early for loan note holders. Shocking really, but to be expected from AIM listed companies these days.
cocker
27/11/2015
12:40
Very disappointing revenue figures below last years interims Lets hope litigation is not being used as an excuse for poor sales focus. Have to say I believe Harrogate has summed up the current situation very well in his previous post Let us hope the directors are fully focussed on unlocking shareholder value I do not think there has been any change in that potential value but we do need to stay in business long enough to unlock that value ! No more banana skins would be appreciated
spurious
27/11/2015
11:15
Aortech issued its Interim results and reported that trading for the 6 months to 30 September 2015 was in line with expectations and that after amortisation and exceptionals the reported operating loss was $193,000. Much of the Chairman’s statement was taken with describing the potential for the set up of a new company to take forward AorTech’s heart valve technology - could this potentially unlock some of the value here in this AIM minnow, valued at just £1.2 million? See more at: hTTp://tinyurl.com/o95ehwx
investorschampion
18/11/2015
11:12
why the sudden drop here, I wonder. No news about, no heavy selling that I'm aware of. MMs trying clear out weak holders before some good news is announced? Or have they got wind of bad news? Possibly it's neither.. just random market movements.
shrout
25/10/2015
08:30
Yes......25th October seems to be a significant date!
tadders2
25/10/2015
08:05
AorTech International PLC v. Folda The case against the Ex . Should provide our next uplift . The future is bright as long as the current board play the cards right . Good luck all And May
bbr391
16/9/2015
18:10
Hi Gents - thanks for the notes - I am perhaps always as a long standing shareholder ( 1999) just too beaten up to believe all that yet - Hope you are right/ Thanks
harrogate
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