Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Maelor Plc LSE:MLR London Ordinary Share GB00B2QBY649 ORD 70P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 100.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 2.8 -0.0 0.7 142.9 0.00

Maelor Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/6/2008
10:17
What happened to that ace ramper piruxi ?
alibongo612
12/6/2008
10:27
AS FOR TALKING IT DOWN DONT BE SILLY I AM NOT A BUYING IN THIS MARKET ONLY A DAY TRADER AND THIS ONE IS NOT FOR DAY TRADING. BESIDES I DONT HAVE TO TALK THIS DOWN--ITS DOING A GOOD JOB ALL BY ITSELF.
waxman3
01/5/2008
13:56
wowow look at that spread suicidal
waxman3
30/4/2008
10:34
Now trading a tad above 12.5p pre consolidation---and falling.
waxman3
30/4/2008
10:24
Look like they want to keep thier losses tothemsleves on the new ISPH BB. Imgine paying to post on a dog share that going down. Into the 80s today and falling---poor s'a'ds. However some light reflief for them I will stay here and update you on the falls to 50p.
waxman3
28/4/2008
09:43
Does anyone know if Maelor are sending out replacement share certs?
acumen
28/4/2008
09:17
either way the original shareholders have been at the sharp end of the spitroast .. thanks tim & nigel !!!!
redrenault2
28/4/2008
07:57
More dillution nd a very expensive purchase equates to going to sleep for at least 5 years. The Board of IS Pharma (AIM:ISPH), the specialist hospital medicines group, is pleased to announce that it has formally completed the acquisition of Speciality European Pharma International AG and the placing of 13,000,000 new ordinary shares, raising £10.0 million.
waxman3
27/4/2008
11:49
It means roast as the taste is in what you eat Chickens rooast.
waxman3
25/4/2008
18:07
Waxman, You're very quiet now, aren't you, you disrespectful old so and so. Well, it's the end of the week now, 1 pound, what a collapse in value! Anyway, given that you have self-professedly absolutely no respect for anyone (1685) and, on top of that, you are always so completely wide of the mark in your punditry (eg. 1679), I have decided to give my blood pressure a rest and filter you for ever more. Others who do the same may too suddenly find that the world has become a better place. P.S. (and the very last time I will waste my breath on you) You really ought to reflect about your behaviour. If you seriously think that money is the only thing that matters and you really couldn't give a damn about people, as your posts over the last months suggest, you are a very sick man.
assegai
25/4/2008
15:34
Don't break open the champagne just yet lollipop3!! MLR had a 1 for 7 share consolidation a week ago and you will see that the charts above have been converted in line with that consolidation of shares.
rgtaylor25
25/4/2008
14:03
13-£1
lollipop3
25/4/2008
13:51
I mean from 13p to 90
lollipop3
25/4/2008
13:38
Can someone please explain the rise in these shares?Thanks
lollipop3
23/4/2008
19:37
It wont for quite a while.
davidcoulson
23/4/2008
19:25
Oh dearie dearie me ,stay focused.If the offer at 77p is oversubscribed and you have ongoing interest the price doesn't crash out immediately.The resistance -as ever- is around 15p in old money or 105p.I'll be pleasantly surprised if the price breaks the big figure forthwith but forget an imminent price slump.
steeplejack
23/4/2008
19:03
AS MICKEYTHEMUNCHER--you were warned from last summer ups to Xmas, to sell as you could by back later and cheaper which you can do today. I expect to see a significant price fall from here. What esle can you expect when the board gives your shares away for undervalued peanuts.
waxman3
23/4/2008
18:53
Assegai - 23 Apr'08 - 17:45 - 1685 of 1686 I respect none and nothing and am open about it. I neither give nor want respect. I not do I love shares so I cant fall out of love with them. I simply change strategy. Respect and a dollar will get you a good cup of cofffee in most States of the UNION. MLR has never treated its private sharholders fairlym I was glad topmove out and on, I maay or may not look back in a few years but will keep a note of them. To me they are just a small corner shop, next to a shopping Mall right now ocassionally peddling a few whares away from the store, with a music box and monkey on a stick. Time will tell At 90p they are still only 12.85p old value. I sold at 14.25p
waxman3
23/4/2008
16:52
For anybody looking at the graph above it's hard to see where the promise to deliver shareholder value has been achieved from the two acquisitions whereas the various management and close friends have all gained quite handsomely. Still, in two or three years, so long as there are no more acquisitions, it'll be a different story perhaps and PIs will finally see some benefit to holding Maelor shares. It'll certainly be interesting to see if the £1 level can be broken and held without further news.
gogoneko
23/4/2008
16:45
I agree with you steeplejack. Where is this massive devaluation, waxman? Talking through your hat as ever. Elsewhere you have called me an idiot and this may or may not be the case but I would recommend anyone who is tempted to think seriously about your words, to look back at your posting history both here and at iii as mickeythemuncher. A quick glance at your record of falling in and out of love passionately with shares and people will quickly reveal to all which of us is really challenged. LET'S SEE WHEN YOU LEARN A BIT OF RESPECT
assegai
23/4/2008
15:50
Time will tell chaps.The placing discount was too large but the deal's done and the subsequent price reaction suggests that the company presenntations have been well received and that there's follow through institutional buying.I'm tempted to believe that the company could be moving out of the rapids and into smoother waters.
steeplejack
22/4/2008
11:04
Now an almost untradable spread!
waxman3
22/4/2008
10:11
Still more dillution at give away prices, at a time when consolidation would have been more appropriate!
waxman3
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