||EPS - Basic
||Market Cap (m)
Iofina Share Discussion Threads
Showing 79876 to 79895 of 79900 messages
|Good news for IOF?
|You can bloody talk...netley tea bag....still you can always drown your sorrows hic hic!!|
|He has also started a website named www.westmonster.com
I recommend reading it.|
|No Wizard he should have 20 mill more by now he said he buy any under 50p.
Lol perhaps that's why he is suitable for politics.|
|Nobody mentioning a leading Brexit supporter? Or do we know he is out already?|
With such a strong supply for so long I'm simply picking on the largest holder as it seems to have been many millions of shares.
With the recent notes I just wonder if they say that is enough to have and have been dumping the holding.|
|I can't really understand why Stena would sell at a loss given they're still loaning the company money and thus believe in IOF?|
|Yes very depressing :(( I can only think some are selling some of their holding to move into other shares as super has done and waiting for price of iodine to rise. Wish I had at 20p but like a fool thought recovery was on the way :((|
|Still looking pretty grim, I don't look at the share price some days its just too depressing...something is hanging over this company like a dark cloud, is it earthquakes, Chile, or just iodine prices, all seems like another lost year.|
|I think there has been a big seller as it's gone on for a long time, my thoughts would be Stena or the like, but when it's gone it's gone.
I did think (as posted) the xmas period bounce could simply be the supply route on an xmas break and it seems that was about right looking at level 2 and activity recently. However while the supply was switched off it started to climb with no reason other than tight shares.
So when events arrive that send the iodine price up then the share price will follow perhaps aggressively in the right circs.|
|My thoughts too. Most holding here and waiting for iodine price to increase.Opportunities elsewhere at moment but willing to add on news, or if someone is offloading at silly money.|
I am not so convinced it is one big seller. When we went down to 7 about 3 weeks ago I was suspicious of the market activity as the drop in share price was accompanied by the mysterious appearance of several posters on the board all slapping each other on the back like long lost buddies and talking down the company.
Very easy to do with low volume trades here to sell off a small volume of shares at low price, unleash a barrage of negative comments then disappear and sell off on the upswing.
The sellers here may be those who hoped the rise to 10 would continue and are now moving their money elsewhere- only 0.2% of shares in circulation being sold so whilst it doesnt look good on paper 99.8 % of us are holding on...|
|Tackems filter then you don't have to read it.
This is advfn they welcome such ad click activity in whatever form it arrives.
Advfn themselves have created countless false unused avatars to impress advertisers re numbers of registered users etc. Fraud imo especially when they announce numbers in news.
Last I heard a group was investigating the issue. I don't know if they still going or close to conclusion etc.
With the examples of identified fraud and the FCA doing virtually nothing (eg ctag) then just switch off and use filter or use other sites.
Btw any avatar you may have here will have been registered on the US site as if you are a user on that site too.
Regulated market has got to be the biggest misdescription going it's rotten to the core. They know that and want it that way.|
|Never mind Nutters what about the seller.
Who is selling for this long with no holding statement. Can anyone get at the register?|
|Can anything be done with this sick individual? Presumably not as he is a blue|
Just for mention. It's not really news yet on the auto side but it seems Mclaren and pn the F1 side are jumping in graphene enhanced carbon fibre. The comment appears in the video of a joint developed graphene watch announced in the last 48 hours. Late in the launch video a head at Mclaren states with limited details that they are going to use it in their cars but are keeping details for now low key.
Specifically it's about carbon fibre strength, thermal and friction looking at all the comments.
This follows on from VRS announcing an order by an unknown company in relation to carbon fibre (oct 16) for launches within 6 months.
An expert at the NGI/UOM Robert Young commented in the VRS news and he was at the launch with Mclaren.
Ignoring all the other bits I've found it seems highly likely to me that the unknown buyer is Mclaren which would be a substantial verification of their product and claims.
I had virtually ignored some pub chat with a composites friend totally unconnected some weeks back on a product which made no sense at all but does now.
So imo I think the as yet unannounced Mclaren supplier is highly likely to be VRS.
I imagine the media will pick up on the comments made by Mclaren in the coming weeks which are hidden about 28 mins into the watch video.|
|i must confess i sold out just after trading update...looking to buy back 8p|
|I read it as still trying to get more out of what we have. Not a bad thing, but I'm not seeing new plants or re-siting io1. They are making the current iodine price work. Then in the future any increase in price will fall straight to the bottom line. GLA|
|Iofina update on proactive investor. Ready to push the expansion button
Increased sales despite weak iodine prices
Iofina’s chief executive Tom Becker said he is impressed that the company is on track to beat its sales figures from last year despite having to overcome several hurdles, including those challenges mentioned above.
“Overall [in 2016] I think we’ve done a good job of overcoming the challenges that have been put to us,” Becker told Proactive.
“Sales have been pretty strong and demand for iodine and iodine-based derivatives have been as we predicted – fairly robust.”
One of the main problems for Iofina in 2016 was the weaker-than-expected iodine price, which shed around 20% over the course of the year.
“Iodine prices are still lower than historical averages. We don’t like the iodine price that low but we can’t control that, we can only control what we can control,” he said.
“Any kind of increase in the iodine price is going to benefit us tremendously but we can’t count on that and we need to be able to be a good business wherever iodine prices are.”
Regardless, Becker is confident that Iofina can continue to make good progress in 2017 even if the iodine price doesn’t strengthen or actually falls slightly.
“Yeah we can make [lower prices] work. We keep improving our efficiencies all the time and any kind of expansion we do would actually lower our costs of production.”
Talking of expansion, the company has a lot of plans in the pipeline for the coming 12 months.
“In 2017 we’re looking at increasing products at Iofina Chemical and we’re looking at new products on the resource side to try and increase our iodine output this year as well.”|
|Ah, wondered where you were mate. You okay?|