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|Also I am more sure syd and slippy same person playing this board. Syd the over optimist who follows on from slippy pessimist who just so happens to have a deliberately distinctive spelling amd grammar problem. Nice try fella.|
|Kuss1 good post. Nothing wrong with buying and selling as long as it is timed well as minimises the risk. If you have shares in a company you are factually an investor. Whether I am a good one or not will be determined by what Nanoco do because as it stands I am closer to be down on the deal if goes sub 41p. Not out of the question that like most new industry's M & A starts happening so a takeover of Nanoco not out of the question, that as well as faith in merck and dow due diligence keeps my interest levels high|
|Institutional profile with Nano been the same for years. Some selling on the margin, bit of trading, some redemptions, but essentially the same. USS selling because of a pension shake up in my view.
ME said no funding needed. I suppose it's a question of whether you believe him. Seems most posters don't but I don't think he's a deliberate liar, though he does get things wrong. But so do we all, and the business and the industry is constantly changing so that's an issue for everyone.
If Nano's dots can do 90% of rec 2020 that's a fantastic achievement. Best TV on the market today can only do 76%. The thing is with science is that it's a dynamic and so hard to predict.
I'd be concerned if Nano was a billion pound company but it isn't. It's just 100 million, which in world terms for a high-tech company on a tech revolution is peanuts. The Chinese were willing to pay that for QD vision which has gone bust.
Nano the same price as 2012 way before Dow or the revolution in Qdot display.
Seems most posters on here want security in a risky industry. That's why people like slip appear. But for me, Qdots are a reality and they aren't going away. The number of research centres focussing on this tech is doubling every 6 months. Samsung for me have used a dated tech to get where they are. They are now looking to take qdots to the next stage, and that will still be early for their development.
But unfortunately, most on here calling themselves investors will have bought and sold many times probably on a weekly basis. In fact I sense more than 60% of posters don't even hold a position anymore as they can't stand the uncertainty.
I think Dow, Merck and Wah Hong are deadly serious about Qdots. It's not some sort of game depicted by slip.
But anyway, see what happens at the AGM, CES and the industry as it gains traction.|
|maybe the big investors have moved & fancy other (oil) options rather than tech shares.could explain things..The Trump effect.|
|In the absence of there being any noticeable volume of tellys out there using our dots, one very big question mark is whether the public will vote with their wallets. Many believe they will. But until it is flying off the shelves it is a very unproven offering.Possibly for a similar reason Tesla shares are going nowhere ahead of the touted 'success' of their ground breaking new affordable electric car.|
|firm, keni, others..I wouldn't filter ssw... a filtered post somehow appears more important than it is.. we can all easily ride through his boring stuff.|
|on a positive market cap is actually north of £100m at £100.65m. Thanks for heads up Kenirogas - some decent advice from which i can validate myself looking at the charts - the sort of advice based on some evidence based hypothesis rather than made up short positions or wildly dream like optimism of nanoco being in bed with apple. #sticktoreality.|
|As kuss/mapocho has been saying for some time now, the display industry is clearly waking up to Cadmium-Free. Thus Nano's share price appears oddly low.
Yes, we are burdened by the Dow non-disclosure and the University Superannuation Scheme selling came as a surprise.
Are Nano investors disturbed by the emergence of Quantum Materials Corp. as a major Cad-Free competitor to Nano ? Similarly,Hansol/Samsung gearing up to be self-sufficient in the medium to long-term for their very ambitious production schedules ? LG advertising their OLED like crazy.
My fundamental question is whether the knowledgeable posters on this board feel that there is a real structural/delivery problem with Nano/Dow, or that Nano's share price is just victim to news vacuum and macro uncertainty.
The share price seems to be repeating exactly the pattern we saw as we headed towards the 2015 December 10th AGM, yet since then we have added the partnerships with Wah-Hong and Merck and now have a very favourable $ to £ gradient.
Would very much appreciate some wisdom here. Thanks.|
|Calm down chaba
It is really not my fault. You pay your money. You take your choice.
Don't blame me. Just sell and move on. I am goung nowhere.|
It is Nanoco that needs an unstitutiin or two. They are leaving in their droves.|
|SLIP, go away I hate you. I feel you are evil and you should go to hell. Seriously, Do you have mental problems? I can advice you the best place for you is "mental institution". You really need help or give me your address then I will send you to hell by myself.|
|I filtered slippy out a while ago, so have no real idea what he is saying. His obsessive posting is just sad though and, irrespective of whether he turns out to be right or wrong in the long run, I can't think that anything he writes is worth reading.
I'd recommend that everyone filters him out and doesn't respond then we just might get a board free of him in due course.|
|Slip, when I said there's only cad free I meant it in a general sense going forward. Cad free out-sells cadmium 20-1 at the moment. It will be 100-1 by this time next year.
Cadmium Qdots have zero future that's a certainty irrespective of what happens to Nano..
As to what I voted you really don't have a clue ....
What company's do you invest in. A serious question. I would be interested to hear what sort of portfolio you have?|
|The bit that states there is only cad free. I said over 3 years ago that potential new regs would take donkeys years to enforce. Too many jobs snd too much money at stske. Not to mention back handers.
You obviously have no idea of how lame the EU is at implementing legislation without allowing it to be fudged into a meaningless nonsense.
You obviously voted remain.|
|Slip, which bit was rubbish?
And on Dow, I thought it was interesting the contract was renegotiated before Nano announced their new tech. That new spec attracted Wah Hong and Merck. And Dow then had to pay to get it. Nice one Nano ..
And that GMT purchase can around the same time and they havent sold a bean.
USS sale the result of pension reshuffles as I posted evidence on before ..|
|The share price pretty much the same as it was in 2012 well before the Dow deal and years away from commercialisation.
But the Chinese were willing to pay more than 100 million for Qd vision which was bankrupt. So that's an insight into value as Ive said before.
That recentt 8 million share purchase from GMT interesting.
Nano pprmoting heavily in China. Wah Hong also at that recent conference.
Commercialisation might be slow but it's getting nearer.
All the production infrastructure in place. Ready for rapid revenue growth.
There can only be cad free tech and Hansol isnt selling to anyone other than Samsung.|
Are you qualified to give financiall advice to an investor who has openly admitted to not being in a position to afford further losses from a share that had plunged to less than 25% of highs??|
|Firm, filters are very good for background noise ;-) I'm sure you don't need advice, but be careful about dipping out if we drop below 40, the bounce last time was sharp and significant. Don't ask me how I know :-(. .jfacwc -option 2 usually!|
|Slippy any investment decision I make would have zero influence from your constant bullsh*t that results from the fumble of your key strokes. I can imagine for others it's the same. Consider yourself background noise|
If you want to encourage investors to stay put then don't show them this video ( thats right, the one where the CEO tells everybody is is ultimately a GEEK).
It was one of the most unconvincing propoganda clips I have ever seen.
Here are the best bits...
The future willl be "slow" democratisation from high end to low end.
Nanoco had a "tremendous" deal with Dow. Yes tremendous#!!!! But then Nanoco must have thought it wasn't tremendous as ME explains that it was important ( too right it was ) to open alternative channels.
Asked about 2017 ME says the next year will be continuing support of/for licencees. No mention of expected sales whatsoever. Very unconvincing.
When asked about cash burn he simply intimates that they think they should be ok. No figures on cash burn or likely revenues whatsoever.|
|I get it. Good people go long snd can ramp until their hearts delight. And bad people like me go short and spend their time attempting to warn longs of the perils of investing in south-sea bubble like companies with little or no meaningful revenue not to mention earnings visabilty.
I get it now.|