Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bioventix LSE:BVXP London Ordinary Share GB00B4QVDF07 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% 1,352.50p 1,305.00p 1,400.00p 1,352.50p 1,352.50p 1,352.50p 484.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 5.5 4.2 69.2 19.6 68.96

Bioventix Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/1/2017
10:53
Thank you ilovefrogs, I had the same impression but if I remember correctly, Bioventix has said that their test would be fast whereas all others {the competition} took more than an hour to complete.
piedro
16/1/2017
09:31
The only troponin test relevant for Bioventix is the Siemens product. I'm not sure it's licensed yet, as I think Bioventix would have told us.
ilovefrogs
16/1/2017
07:07
Something more on Troponin ... One Step Troponin I test The One-Step Troponin I test is a fast in vitro immunochromatographic test. It is designed for qualitative determination of cardiac troponin I (cTnI) in human serum or plasma specimens as an aid in the diagnosis of myocardial infarction. Principle: sample mobilizes gold anti-cTnI conjugate that is coated on the conjugate pad. The mixture moves along the membrane by capillary action and reacts with anti-cTnI antibody that is coated on the test region. - Sensitivity: 1.0ng/ml; - Assays are easy to perform, qualitative results are read visually without any instrument; - No other reagent is needed; - Takes less than 15 minutes to be sure. hTTp://atlaslink-inc.com/rapid_tests_other.html ... is this anyway related with BVXP or part of the competition?
piedro
09/1/2017
17:07
Ta. A clickable version hTTp://www.moneyobserver.com/our-analysis/share-watch-ab-dynamics-bioventix-gattaca-motorpoint-tristel
igbertsponk
09/1/2017
16:14
Money Observer Richard Beddards 5 Tips hxxp://www.moneyobserver.com/our-analysis/share-watch-ab-dynamics-bioventix-gattaca-motorpoint-tristel
martinthebrave
04/1/2017
16:33
Troponin Blood Testing In Cardiac Care http://tinyurl.com/zzf87w5
piedro
22/11/2016
13:36
Still waiting for my dividends. Received a message though from Selftrade to say that; "Unfortunately we only received the cheque from the company on 16th November and we cannot release the funds until the cheque had cleared. It is expected that the payment will be credited to your dealing account on the 23 November 2016." The weird thing is that I received the due dividend on the ISA account holding yesterday, which they confirmed in a remittance advice dated today the 22 November 2016.
a1samu
22/11/2016
01:38
Thank you TMFMayn. They are behind the curve compared to other brokers on dividends it would seem. Now to decide on what to do with the proceeds. I suppose re-investing here is an option but my current holding only generated a relatively small dividend so not sure about it. If BVXP drop a bit more I will probably free-up funds to add as although there were the recent director sales they still have a large holding and we don't know the reason for the sale. Not the highest paid CEO & perhaps some tax issues have arisen etc... If 50% or more were sold I would be a lot more concerned.
lauders
21/11/2016
15:48
Yes.. directors have to live. He still has plenty skin in the game.
tadders2
21/11/2016
15:44
Yes you generally can't really read much into director share sales, especially when they continue to own a large proportion of the business. Most of the time they occur because the director has an alternative use for the cash rather than because the prospects have worsened.
trigger16
21/11/2016
15:42
Lauder, selftrade divvie received today at 13:01
tmfmayn
21/11/2016
15:04
It's done quite well these last 2 years ILF. He's got his career and a big slug invested in this company and would be wise perhaps to diversify a bit.
trident5
21/11/2016
14:50
Good spot stepone - got my years wrong. So he sold two large slugs in April 2015 (not '16), and then another in Oct 2014 (not '15). I guess my point is that we have the world's most informed man on this Company being a consistent seller over the past two years, having sold more than 5% of Company's share capital over this time. I prefer to see CEO/MDs buying rather than selling for choice.
ilovefrogs
21/11/2016
13:03
Anyone with Selftrade by any chance? I still haven't received my dividend. Just wondering whether anyone else with them is in the same position? I have complained! Thanks.
lauders
21/11/2016
13:00
iovefrogs - I can't see those April sales you are talking about. The October 2015 sale was Ian Nicolson - NOT Peter Harrison. The last time Harrison sold any was April 2015.
stepone68
21/11/2016
12:36
AGM 7 Dec and ShareSoc 13 Dec - a question to ask perhaps, ilovefrogs
sherylchan
21/11/2016
12:36
AGM 7 Dec and ShareSoc 13 Dec - a question to ask perhaps, ilovefrogs
sherylchan
21/11/2016
12:36
AGM 7 Dec and ShareSoc 13 Dec - a question to ask perhaps, ilovefrogs
sherylchan
21/11/2016
12:26
He (PH) also sold two lots back in April, and another slug in October 2015. Whilst I have a little sympathy (as his salary isn't huge), I also find it a bit irritating that he spends time out doing roadshows expounding the virtues of his Company, whilst selling big slugs himself. I think it would be helpful if he drew a line under this and said he wouldn't be selling any more for X years (where X could be 2 - 5, say). He either believes in his Company or he doesn't. If he doesn't then why should we?
ilovefrogs
21/11/2016
09:05
Sneaky time to report them. But can't blame the directors taking some of the rewards of their success. Price doesn't appear to have been affected.
igbertsponk
20/11/2016
17:07
Director sales after the close on Friday - RNS.
bdroop
14/11/2016
09:02
step - it was in my account as cash and could have been used for share purchases. You can't actually withdraw money from a SIPP until you reach retirement.
rcturner2
11/11/2016
15:38
...and I see the price has moved a wee bit. Maybe all those lucky people with a dividend payment are re-investing it :-)
stepone68
11/11/2016
15:37
Hi Martin, yes, iWeb are normally a day later - but it normally shows up in the 'Dividends received' section, then shows as cash the next day with a 'dividend sweep' in the ledger. Currently I can't see anything for today. Anyway I have had a replay to my email (from Peter Harrison!) to say that iDealing should be able to organise a BACS payment via the registrars, so I have emailed them about this. Hopefully they can get it sorted although they don't bowl me over with their admin processes (iDealing, that is). Thanks, StepOne
stepone68
11/11/2016
15:08
I use HL and the divi is in my account today.
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