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|afrorich: More links from the past few days, If you have not noticed
If you are thinking of getting in on these don't wait too long as the share price seems to fly with small buys.
I'm not ramping just placing facts. If you think Swine flu isn't going to be a strong topic soon then this is not for you. DYOW|
|superg1: Yep I totally agree theresearcher is ramping, although I am new I take ramping to be glorifying a share or product to try and trick investors into purchasing to force the price up.
I've read up on this company having just started in shares. I have been purchasing small amounts of shares where I believe companies have a fab product (FUM,TRT and MST still hunting for more, missed PSX by days)and are soon to transfer from development to profit making. These type of companies have the best opportunity to make big share price increases. Due to the market chaos in my opinion the 'big boys' are making money elsewhere. They don't have to invest here and probably don't pay a lot of interest in the small caps. They can come in after the news buy at far higher than us small investors and get out with a 10% hike on their 100k. They may buy 10 times higher than I did but they probably make the same amount of profit.
This is a multi bug fresh air killing machine that kills bugs like MRSA, Cdiff and swine flu and the same amount of bugs that bleach does. It's proven to make an infected ward more bug free than an operating theatre. It's on trial in the Royal free hospital as part of the NHS solutions programme being 1 of 9 winners out of 250 product entries. The results are due soon as it's a 3 month trial and the earliest date of the trial I can find so far is 7th July (newspaper comment). But it has already shown to be successful in Sunderland hospital and Hereford were so impressed they bought 80. So what do you think the trail will say?. The conferences are imminent for the NHS the company have a stand for the conference (inov8 AD is the product) Speakers will talk of infection control (the biggest problem in hospitals) and no doubt the NHS solutions wineers and trialed products will be talked about. If the trial result is good the NHS may want the product in every Hospital, we know it works read the website, it's an amazingly simple answer to infection control for businesses and homes. That was the whole point of trialing it in the first place. So the news is imminent and the product is fab. He/she is ramping I came across the product by accident, it doesn't seem to be advertised anywhere. If the NHS give it the thumbs up it will appear in the papers and will advertise itself then MST can speand there pot of pennies driving home the advertising when the swine flu panademic doom and gloom is spread by the media. The product does what it says on the tin, so I'm in before the news.|
|andrbea: from iii board today:
Please remember INVO8 is still one of the 9 winners being trialed in hospitals.
Please also note the health conferences coming soon 14-16th September and 21-23rd. the main topics no doubt and mentioned are infection control. As we all know it's a major concern in hospitals. here is the link.
You can view what is being talked about each day, I quite fancy the evening quizz and disco lol.
There's an expert talking on pathogens (ring any bells) and they are going to be talking about pandemics. Need I say more, when the news flows the share price will fly.
Many have bought in high in the recent surge, the price is getting very tempting for them to average down and for others just to top up at this low price. Once the buys start off we go again.|
|callumross: I may have been a touch harsh in my comments yesterday, and I think the company is frustrated that it couldn't get a distribution deal announced with the interims, but these things take time. Also has to be the "right" deal. I guess it was just the AIM reporting rules that required them to publish interims by 31st March that meant that they couldn't delay further until such a deal was announced. Because of the advanced nature of the negotiations referred to in the interim statement it wouldn't surprise me to see an announcement in the first half of April, and if the first distribution deal announcement comes with a large advance order for the AD, we should see confidence restored in the business model and an accompanying recovery in the share price.|
|ronmikeh: Seems to be networking in the right places.Looking forward to a recovery in share price. In at 32p.|
|baggywrinkle: Isn't it strange how, in mid summer, when there are few bugs around, the share price goes ballistic, then in autumn, just as flu jabs are being given and we have headlines about C.Diff (a target bug for AD) at Maidstone NHS Hospital killing many people, that the share price nosedives.
There seems to be a dearth of news about the progress or otherwise of AD. When there is an announcement I guess the share price will move significantly one way or the other.|
|mjcrockett: I may regret this, but after many years as a MST shareholder I have now sold all of my holdings. In my view, the share price has got ahead of itself. Whilst the MRSA Zapper is very exciting, there are risks and it will, in my view, be some while before it is producing substantial revenues. My other worry is the automotive business. It lost getting on for £1m in the half year to 31/12/06 and the outlook statement was not positive. So with a MCap of nearly £30m there is too much value put on future hopes - IMO.
|1ch: Just profit taking, probably right for those who bought some time ago -
but where will it level off - 33p 28p 23p or 18p ?
The question is will MST get those badly needed orders to support the current share price. Shareholders in MST should take a look at the history of EQT.|
|guru11: We have got to be careful with MST that it does not follow EQT - Electronic Technique - who had a air conditioning device which said it got rid of MRSA bug - but in the end the NHS never did give them any orders.
I hope that MST does get orders from the NHS otherwise this latest rise in the share price will disappear over time. The current share price and pe ratio is very much dependant on orders from the NHS. SAMURI19 beware the orders do come!|
|guru11: Electronic Technique a couple of years ago had an air conditioning machine that suspose to have eliminated MRSA bug in the air, but the hospitals never did buy it, and the share price went down and down with no orders.
It is as said above a machine to go to be true, and in theory should sell hundreds making MST turnover massive, but will it take off? Getting the NHS to spend money is difficult.
Take ULT and they depression software maybe a good idea but the sales are low and the share price has gone nowhere.
One thing though any further news or share tip and the share price could well have another surge.|
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