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Innovaderma LSE:IDP London Ordinary Share GB00BT9PTW34 ORD EUR0.10
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +16.50p +4.46% 386.50p 380.00p 393.00p 386.50p 370.00p 370.00p 33,707 16:21:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 6.3 0.4 3.0 122.5 48.58

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Innovaderma Daily Update: Innovaderma is listed in the Health Care Equipment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IDP. The last closing price for Innovaderma was 370p.
Innovaderma has a 4 week average price of 269p and a 12 week average price of 126p.
The 1 year high share price is 418.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 62.50p.
There are currently 12,569,555 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 40,748 shares. The market capitalisation of Innovaderma is £48,581,330.08.
boonboon: I'm just a stay at home dad. However I do know that you blabbing on about short term share prices and market maker tricks doesn't instill me with much confidence in you as a financial advisor. Short term share price movements are unimportant. It's how the business is performing and will continue to perform that is important. My first ten bagger for example was sports direct, I believed it was significantly undervalued at 60p when I bought it. To my surprise it went down 50%, however I didn't panic and trusted my research it subsequently 11 bagged for me. So I will never worry about short term share price performance that isn't related to a material change in the investment case.
teddy boy1: Roundup I don,t mind taking advice from you . I will try and bear what you said in mind PS What is your view on what will happen to the IDP share price on Monday morning?
teddy boy1: MARKET MAKERS- Part 2 Have you ever noticed that,time after time, when a company produces a good set of numbers that the share price goes down? Why should this be? Well,its a fact of life that mm,s can make themselves a lot more money by reducing the price which sets off a whole train of motion( helped by people on forums!)and before you know where you are the price is 10 or 15 per cent lower. In other words they are likely to have a lot more potential sellers than would-be buyers if they left the price the same or even raised it a little. Make sense? Hence if the results are not worded in the right way ,or just one negative sentiment is expressed, they know that there are people on forums,etc, who will latch on to this, thus justifying them m m,s action in reducing the price! As I said yesterday : market makers definitely rule the roost! That is why I only invest in companies recommended by the likes of SCSW who have been well researched and offer above-average growth potential IDP is very much in this ilk. Thus we can only hope that , come Monday,the IDP statement is "water tight" However;very worse case senario - if,unfairly ,the price were to go down on Monday it will come right in the end(quality always wins out in the end!) "IDP -A COMPANY IN THE MAKING"
teddy boy1: EDUCATION TIME! Forget about numbers and guidance ! Do people on here not realise that the MM,s have probably decided on Mondays IDP share price FINISH already. How do I know this? Although I do not know any Market Makers directly I have many friends who work in the City who mix with these .After a few drinks all sorts of "secrets" come out! Think of the worse accusation that you have made against an MM and they are capable of this and even more! They do exactly what it says on the tin and will go to any lengths to encourage trades (buy or sell -they do not care -they still get paid!) The only caveat is that they are able to do this in a "normal " market- a slow one makes things even easier for them! Hence our best hope for Monday is that buyers flood the market -which could easily happen! Make no mistake- these people are in charge and THEY control share prices!( it has very little to do with other factors but the good thing is that with a brilliant company such as IDP ,quality will eventually win through in the end and the price will trend higher. GOOD LUCK EVERYONE ( apart from those few who want the share price to stall!) FOR MONDAY! Enjoy the weekend. PS My 350P prediction for to-day was almost spot on!
che7win: melody, you seem reasonable, I've looked at your GARP stocks in post 5638. I'm on the look out for GARP stocks, this is my quick thoughts: rst Restore - services to offices/workplaces. Market Cap - 472m Share price 417p Gearing 48% - highish ROCE - 30%, 18% last year - very good Yield 1.2% forecast Growth next two years, 3.68% and 13.46% - so average 8.5% per year. PEG - 5.48 next year, 1.32 year after. P/E over 20 - I don't see how this is GARP, valuation seems high to me, probably the most interesting of the lot, but I'd be looking at a much lower entry price? bbox Tritax REIT PLC operates as a real estate investment trust in the United Kingdom. Share price - 146p It's REIT, so not my thing, I haven't looked at valuation here. hzd Horizon Discovery Group Horizon Discovery Group PLC offers shelf products designed to drive research programmes, advance biologic manufacturing, and improve clinical testing workflows through precisely engineered disease models Turnover growing nicely and consistently over last 5 years EBITDA negative and growing over same period however Profits record negative over same period... EPS negative forecast, EBITDA finally profitable in 2018. I'd want to see a history of profits being made, it would suite a more speculative portfolio but not for me. pct Don't get it, not my thing - another trust with negative equity, I might be missing something here. If you want a growth stock, surely something like CAKE fits the bill, growing consistently every year. I've sold CAKE down recently because of valuation, but it's a quality company - just not GARP at current price. However, I reckon it's growing at 15% a year, I'd be prepared to pay more than that because of it's quality, but patience would be required as it's so highly valued. For an example of a GARP stock - look at MCLS - slow burn you may think - but growing. It took over 300 CO-OP stores and might take over more stores from Tesco if the Booker deal goes ahead and Tesco is forced to offload some convenience stores. The Co-op takeover has transformed growth out look: MCLS Market cap - £223m EPS growth - next two years, 16.95% and 32.12% - so average 24.5% per year. Yield - 5.5% Share price 200p 2017 EPS forecast: 17.26p, 2018 EPS forecast: 22.8p P/E for 2016 (actual) - 13.15 P/E for 2017 (estimate)-11.24 P/E for 2018 (estimate)- 8.51 PEG - 0.66 (2017) 0.26 (2018) i.e. well undervalued (due to CO-OP purchase and rationalisation/efficiences). MCLS looks well undervalued to me - I only noticed it this week and made a purchase for long term holding. Another GARP - OSB P/E 11.7 (actual), this year 8.36 forecast, next year 7.6 PEG 0.21 this year. It is a BTL lender, which is part of the reason - market doesn't understand it. Last example: OTB 70% growth over next year and P/E 22. As for IDP - it's high growth, I agree with everyone here on that. But is it GARP, that's the question - it's too rich for me - but I have a tighter bias on that than others it seems: Market cap £44m! Employees - 14 Forecast £700k or 4.92p EPS. P/E - 151! Forecast this years P/E 70! Seems rather speculative, even if growth is better than Feb forecast.. I agree broker growth is superceded now, but even 50% exceeded, we are talking P/E over 50 for a company with no track record, no USP (SWL is rolling out tan now, everyone will be after these margins). Conclusion - in all the examples of GARP stocks in this post, I would put OTB, MCLS, OSB above any others. In fairness, IDP is coming from a low base, but then, it has no USP unlike the others and therefore no defensable moat. IDP might be taken over if a sufficient threat, or alternatively the big boys wipe it out or it becomes a fad which seemed to have stalled growth before with the original founders.
thelongandtheshortandthetall: Yes very good work croas. I appreciate your posts. Amounsgt the noise. We just have to let the co. Get on with things and the share price will take care of itself, loosely representing the business behind the share price. Hopefully we'll see the share price consolidate here. Be very good to see some institutional positions forming soon. Plus further stockists taking our products. Let the business do its stuff and dont worry about the share price too much.. you'll get ahead ache lol. Once again thank uou croas. Youre a credit to advfn. Good luck all
dmk1198: From jam4u on lseAs much as I like the bullishness and confidence levels here, I'd like to inject some realism. I am a LTH and am very hopeful here and expecting to be holding this well into next year. But we need to see what revs are for the year and more importantly for me is IDP's ability to transfer some of the GP to NP. These are aspirational, but realistic L/T goals (like 18 months down the line). For me they will ONLY be achieved based on IDP hitting milestones. That's the BIG caveat for me, it has to be delivered by progress and growth. ANd as each bit of progress comes the share price should ratchet up. It defo should not be based on hype, which what predicting 10 bags from now will only achieve. As an example, for me, right now, the share price is fair value for what we know. The trading update and next news flows will keep moving the share price up. Ultimately, this for me is a 'proper' investment. The real investment is in the Leadership of the team and their ability to deliver the goods (pun fully intended). It has been setup to deliver right from the outset. They have a very clear focus and understanding of their strategy, and so far have executed it in an exemplary fashion. The potential that is here is big, but lets see it play out in a steady, controlled 'milestone' driven way and not hype. Good luck everyone, i think this time next year (if you're still here, will fare very well for us).
goboy1: Hottingup yesterday evening I pointed out that W7L had a market cap of £192m after only listing recently. If as seems likely IDP reach £192m that gives an IDP share price of 1604p, which looks more than achievable as Haris said in the interview yesterday IDP's rapid growth is continuing and it will be a good 2017 and 2018. So I think you need to up your target.
boom boom bang bang: Chinese already paid 40% premium on first placement 0.315p 2nd placement at 40% today price is coming in the next 4 days. Agreed price is 0.38p. Chinese will buy 20% of shs capital at 0.38p Meaning we will spike pass 0.60p or more. Kodal Minerals PLC Placement and Off-Take Agreement 10/03/2017 7:00am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Kodal Minerals (LSE:KOD) Historical Stock Chart 1 Month : From Mar 2017 to Apr 2017 Click Here for more Kodal Minerals Charts. TIDMKOD RNS Number : 0850Z Kodal Minerals PLC 10 March 2017 Kodal Minerals Plc / Index: AIM / Epic: KOD / Sector: Mining 10 March 2017 Kodal Minerals plc ('Kodal Minerals' or 'the Company') Completion of GBP500,000 Placing, Proposed Off-Take Agreement & Proposed GBP4.3 million Strategic Investment Kodal Minerals plc, the mineral exploration and development company focussed on West Africa, is pleased to advise that is has completed a GBP500,000 share placing (the "Placing") and entered into an agreement to commence negotiations for an off-take agreement for the future spodumene concentrate produced from its Bougouni Lithium Project, in Southern Mali (the "Project") as well as a potential further investment into the Company of up to GBP4.3 million (the "Agreement"). Highlights -- Agreement is with Suay Chin International Pte Ltd ("Suay Chin"), a Singapore registered company formed to take advantage of its extensive connections to supply the Chinese lithium market with a range of clients from acid producers to lithium carbonate producers and to the final lithium-ion battery manufacturer. -- Suay Chin has strong support from Shandong Mingrui Chemical Co Ltd, which is a long-term supplier to existing lithium carbonate producers in Shandong Province. -- GBP500,000 placing completed with Suay Chin at an issue price of GBP0.003 per share for the issue of 166,666,667 new ordinary shares of 0.03125 pence each in the Company (the "Placing Shares") - representing a 30% premium to the closing share price on the date prior to this announcement. -- The Company and Suay Chin have agreed to commence negotiations immediately for an off-take agreement over 20% of the spodumene concentrate to be produced from the Project, with potential for this to increase to 100% at a later date. -- The Agreement allows Suay Chin a period of 30 days to undertake due diligence on the Company and the Project, including conducting site visits, preliminary metallurgical testing and confirmation of geology. -- Following the due diligence period and if successful, the Agreement contemplates Suay Chin completing a second share placing within a further 15 days (or 30 days with Kodal's consent) to increase its shareholding in Kodal to 20% at a price of GBP0.0038 per share (expected to result in a further cash investment of approximately GBP4.3 million) (the "Second Placing"). The price of the proposed Second Placing represents a 65% premium to the closing share price on the date prior to this announcement .
thelongandtheshortandthetall: I know it soundz strange buf i think IDP share price needed a day like today. Over 1million shsres traded. Lets say there are 4m in free float then that makes 25pc of the free float changed hands. And would say most of the shares have gone from short term traders to longer term holders. Not a bad thing in the long run. I have managed to increase my holding by 5 percent with a bit of in and out...didnt like being out. I'm back in now and here to stay. Heres to a steady rise in the market cap and less of a rollor coaster ride. Good luck all.
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