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|Or any raising is proportionate, reduces risk, and share price rises even allowing for any new shares. They have a trade facility in place so raising may not be needed.|
|Still heavily cash burning but first green shoots appearing - however (imo) fund raising likely probably (imo) a placing so risk that PI could be scalped as usual.|
|Time to BUY methinks - turned the corner now and much better times ahead.
Chart starting to turn up nicely.|
|Going in the right direction for sure after years of under performance but I suspect a small placing mid year which shouldn't be too dilutive as I think the sub 6p a share days look to be long gone and the cash burn forecast lower still.|
|Good progress being made with first 'profit' in monitoring but still not enough yet to sustain the group.
That said, with £900,000 still in the bank, it shows cash burn reduced still further.
No mention of monitoring sales since december so should be on track.
Only real disappointment for me is the delay in deploying the DBD trial.|
|I read somewhere results are due today, 15/3. Can't be far off anyway.
The uptick in price towards results date is interesting.|
|Had a good re-read over the weekend and I'm really hoping things have turned a corner.
With the already highlighted return to previous form for the Monitoring Division, and first Aqua Pak sales, the big question is "can they break even in H2?"
If so, we can see a sizeable re-rating and no need for finance unless it's for a demand driven expansion programme.|
|Forward look will be interesting along with any signs of having turned the corner. Monitoring should be quite perky.
A capital raising would be no surprise but I think the price could respond positively to it as uncertainty would be removed and the raise be a sign there is a good return to be had.
All to be revealed next week.|
|Interesting volume and move today prior to results.
If we get more volume before with no price fall back I take that as a positive sign.|
|Results now been scheduled in for 15th March. Place your bets...|
|Results 16th March last year so not long to go.|
|Expecting an update fairly soon.
|I love the enthusiasm, also previous posts. Certainly gave me a lot to look over past days.
I did call Simon, but alas I have not been able to speak directly to him yet. (Apparently very busy, but I remain hopeful).|
|Welcome to the club whites.
Share price is hard to predict as float can change but I have no problem picturing this at a £20M-£40M market cap.
|That's certainly a nice chunk Whites, fingers crossed for us all.|
|I have recently bought some MWG
Having fulfilled some research into the company I have formed the opinion that it is extremely well placed to start benefitting from some (if not all) of its offerings.
That, along with zero debt and costs under control it offers an excellent opportunity to benefit from some very decent rises.
Of course if others do research MWG and decide to get in then expect the share price to rise.
If they then decide to top slice profit expect it to retrace a little.
I have acquired 500,000 MWG at prices ranging £0.0585 to £0.622|
|Well someone just managed to pick up a couple. The lack of availability in this one is what attracts the wannabee pump & dumpers every 9 months or so :-(|
|Not very fluid (sorry)|
|Difficult to acquire in meaningful quantity.|
|Agreed with P1nkfish, I am 20% in 80% waiting at the moment.|
|Personally, a buy, hold some cash on side ready to compensate for possible dilution.|
|It is a potential future giant.
Monitoring pays the bills and has been moving into disposables with better forecasting potential.
My question is what operational cost savings the MWG ZLD offers over competitive offerings. If sufficient, it will find take-up.
The tech looks very useful.
Once funding is clarified I think this can recover in price quickly as there is real global potential.
The FO was meant to be the crown jewels but doesn't look like delivering in the near future.
Gibraltar was a damp squib distraction.|
|The marketing historically wasn't that good anyway, they had a pet salesman who flew off all over the place clocking up the air miles but didn't get results.
The new management team has tightened things up nicely and are 'sub-contracting' the tech apparently far more successfully than has been done in the past (a whole list of failed partnerships in the middle east such as omzest)but the big question is will sales ever overtake costs?
Hence my toe is back in, but waiting for more solid sales.|