Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Concepta LSE:CPT London Ordinary Share GB00BYZ2R301 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.375p +2.44% 15.75p 15.50p 16.00p 16.50p 15.375p 15.375p 258,130 14:11:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services - - - - 17.27

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25/4/201717:05Concepta (CPT) - Newly Listed with TINY market cap! Adam Reynolds latest RTO!!!309.00
19/8/201607:58CPT - Concepta Diagnostics new thread9.00
18/3/201317:53CARPATHIAN (was dawnay day Carpathian)1,347.00
13/9/200511:02Carport Fabrics1.00

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Concepta Daily Update: Concepta is listed in the Health Care Equipment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CPT. The last closing price for Concepta was 15.38p.
Concepta has a 4 week average price of 15.38p and a 12 week average price of 15.38p.
The 1 year high share price is 23p while the 1 year low share price is currently 10.25p.
There are currently 109,625,247 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 153,957 shares. The market capitalisation of Concepta is £17,265,976.40.
analcime: Affemouse... I was in Sirius from 12p topped up at 18p... sold at 45p then bought back 20% at 38p hoping for 45p again... now that investment is stuck a while. The rest is in here at 21p. Sirius is now a perfect Pension Banker (IMHO) but yes a 5 year (or more) wait. I can't see it laying dormant till then though so if the Bonds end up at say 22p... surely it will rise in the next six months to 28-30p.. then anyone's guess till the start of production. Then the bottom end prediction is 98p... and the top end £1.81. If any adviser came to you and said invest in a product and we can virtually guarantee 4 to 5 fold return... but it is a five year closed investment.. what would you do? You can add to that the possibility of Sirius announcing more and more take off agreements that guarantee the Polyhalite will sell, updates on the mine construction that will see the share price rise gradually, but patience is the key. IMHO DYOR
smart_investor: It has been 4 months yesterday since we listed on AIM. The share price has done well and the company has progressed steadily with the New Laboratory opening in Bedfordshire and the Chinese Manufacturing agreement. We must now be on the cusp of announcing our first order to China. Shareprophets have already commented some weeks ago our product was on its the way to China. Where did they get this info from? Its not something they would just make up. So unless it is stuck in customs I assume this little AIM tiddler will be announcing revenue very shortly and it will bring a new wave of publicity to the company. Erik has kept very quiet of late in the media so lets hope he has been very busy behind the scenes and will announce something for all of us to get excited about. p.s I see deanroberthunt you managed to buy some stock on todays fall. That could be a shrewd move in the coming weeks.
smart_investor: Thanks for link b3121 A joy to see the share price continue its move north - to what price one can only guess. That three month chart does look very good. Fantastic to hear the analysts backing us too! Things looking well in Camp-CPT
smart_investor: For your benefit luminoso... We tipped these shares at a 12p offer - they are now 19.5p-21p but hang on tight. We aim to be selling at 25p+ very soon. But before then an urgent reminder for long term holders: warrants! Deadline 6 October. There were warrants at 7.5p handed out to those who owned shares before the RTO earlier this year. 1 warrant for every share held. The number of warrants outstanding is pretty small but given where the shares now stand it would be sheer insanity not to exercise now as the deadline is 6 October. We got our broker to exercise ours (which equated to c3.5% of the total number of warrants) last week and we remind all long term holders not to let this free money opportunity lapse. Call your broker today if you are unsure. Last week Concepta (CPT) announced that it has signed a deal with a Chinese company, Huanzhong Biotech Limited ( HZ) to to assemble and package Concepta's 'My Lotus' fertility product. My Lotus already has regulatory clearance and so this paves the way for a launch very soon indeed. In fact we believe that the first kits have already been shipped. Concepta states: HZ Biotech will exclusively assemble and package Concepta produced components (including bulk tests and electronic meters), to produce Concepta's My Lotus product to specification for the Chinese market. HZ will utilise its manufacturing site and processes, adhering to locally applicable laws and Chinese regulatory requirements. In addition to assembling the final My Lotus product, HZ Biotech will be the sole purchaser of Concepta's My Lotus product and help facilitate its launch to the Chinese market and include post-market surveillance. Concepta will also look to work with a network of distributors in China to help achieve maximum market penetration in China and will update the market on these developments in due course. Concepta's MyLotus is the only consumer product which allows both quantitative and qualitative measurements of a woman's personal hCG and LH hormone levels in an easy to use home test to facilitate higher conception rates and early diagnosis of any fertility problems. Ends. Concepta states that an estimated 4 million women in China each year discover that they have unexplained infertility and that as such annual revenue potential for this target market is "expected to be worth" £250m per annum. Hmmmm, poor English. We think that means that the market potential is £250 million per annum. But if My Lotus is as good as Concepta claims then it does not need much of a market share to justify a big premium to the current share price - at 19.5p the market cap is c £20 million. And that is just China. 2016 will see a launch in the PRC. In 2017 we will see launches in the UK and Europe. We expect more news on all fronts well before Christmas. You can see the potential and you can see that it is far from discounted. We are well up on the share tip ( at a 12p offer) but on this news the stance is strong hold. On this website we continue to target 25p + to sell and to target that for well before Christmas. In fact we hope to see the shares zoming past 25p very soon indeed. News of the first Chinese sales must be released very soon and we think that the RNS pipeline is pregnant with other developments. - See more at: hxxp://
smart_investor: Erik said in the interview "As we grow and within our plan then thats subject to pretty soon, further announcements then we are looking at switching from a manual assembly to an automated production line. All that will be located in different manufacturing premises. All that was part of the admission document to AIM". So I have read through the Admission document once again to see what part of it Erik was referring too in the interview. It looks like this paragraph which Shiajiazhuang Huanzhong Biotech Limited (SHBL) will act as our 'assembler and packager' for the MyLotus product in China. Admission Document: "Product registrations in China under CFDA have been obtained by Concepta’s manufacturing partner, Shiajiazhuang Huanzhong Biotech Limited (“SHBL”). Concepta has entered into an agreement with SHBL (set out in more detail in paragraph 15.18 of Part VIII of this document), whereby SHBL has confirmed that it holds the registration of the products for the benefit of Concepta alone, and that it will use the registration solely for the production of the Concepta products. Additionally Concepta has the right to acquire the business holding the registration if certain events were to occur. Once production for the Chinese market commences, it is also anticipated that SHBL will act as assembler and packager of Concepta’s products from components (tests and MyLotus Meters) to be supplied by Concepta though no formal assembly agreement has yet been signed. Following Admission, this registration means that Concepta will be in a position to take orders immediately post Admission". I am guessing there will be news on this very soon alongside confirmation of our distribution agreement sign off. I am looking forward to our first order for the product. Hopefully it will be a real statement of intent to the market that we mean business as a new revenue generating company listed on AIM. We are valued at about £21 million now. If the figures on the first order look favourable (hopefully it will be quoted in pounds) then you can wave that market cap and 19p share price goodbye. Especially with Europe CE marking some 6-7 months away.
smart_investor: Morning Zebbo,Yes we have consolidated well here and ready for the next push up. I have a really good feeling about news this week on our first Chinese distribution contract which hopefully will push us to new highs share price wise. The company have said they expect to take on up to 20 Chinese distributors so it will be great to hear any plans they have in place to do this and when they hope to be at full capacity.I'm not expecting to hear anything concrete yet on our EU marking to enable sales in the UK. The company presentation says 9 months from admission. So I have marked in April 2017 for that. However, if we can hit the ground running in China on sales then it's almost a sure fire thing that Europe will do well. Many investors will be buying into this long before we get the EU all clear. It's good to see our website being constantly updated. It's been updated over the past few days. Over the years I have seen too many websites be neglected by their own company. Take a look at the Concepta Investor Dashboard - media centre section. Plenty good material in there. I did not realise we had a mini write up in Investors Chronicle. Constant updates no doubt attracts new money and keeps existing investors like myself happy.
smart_investor: Yet again a great day for Concepta share price wise. If we can stabilise above 20p for a few days I will be very happy. Then move on up from there on news of our first payment from China. Im so intrigued to know the figure we will receive on this order and any potential recurring revenue. Erik has just come back from Shanghai so guess we will hear soon.
smart_investor: Sorry Affemoose, not sure if you can. delete a thread or not. I wouldn't worry too much. Did everyone get there full allocation of shares in the open offer? Mine now seem to have come through. Great day here today. The flippers are running thin. This will give people confidence to now get on board. Also with such a great backing % from various institutions/funds (who are not selling anytime soon) we have a good foundation to build on the share price from here.
grahamg8: My initial thoughts were to sell to Peterhouse, but the date of the transaction is unclear. The residual rights look to be worth more than the post distribution share price. So I'm probably going to hang and make sure I get those rights. The shares can be sold in the open market from 11 March anyway. Always interested in liquidation or cash return stocks. Holding a few TRC but with the dire Indian property market it is proving very slow at winding down, just like CPT really. Latest NAV 26pps vs market price of 11pps.
papy02: Praipus, overall I'm up a couple of £00 up at present on the currency-hedge(I've still got maybe 40% of the original position open, as I reloaded my CPT position again, to that extent, at 1c). So nothing very material, though am glad to have the "insurance" in place in case there ever is a Eurogedden. (This summer I will be passing part of an inheritance to my daughter who lives in France, so will ask her if she wants to lock in an fx-rate of say better than 1.2 Euros/£ for the spreadbet-amount - if so I will close the spreadbet at that level if I get the chance, and hedge with that xfer - fixing the relevant amount now in Euros). Re CPT, the market really doesn't seem to know how to value the rump, given the large price movements (though difficult to tell how real these are sometimes, given the lack of granularity in many price feeds - eg Selftrade shows 1c or 2c in my portfolio but nothing in between, though the Selftrade position-value tracks more accurately. What price feeds do you or others use to get the accurate CPT price? Last week I asked Carpathian via Redleaf if any plans to issue a Trading or NAV update, but got following reply "I have been in touch with the Company and they are continuing to work hard to recover as much equity as possible from the remaining assets and distribute this to shareholders and achieve an orderly wind-down this year, as described in the Trading Update released in December. I'm sorry I'm not able to provide any more precise information at the moment, but there will be a further update as soon as there is any concrete progress to report." Would be interested if anyone can draw any inferences from that. I'm hoping for 2c to 3c return here, as other posters have estimated further up the thread, but there are too many moving parts to be confident of the value, without an update from the company.
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