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Optibiotix H. LSE:OPTI London Ordinary Share GB00BP0RTP38 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.75p +2.42% 74.00p 73.00p 75.00p 74.00p 72.25p 72.25p 199,449 08:48:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 0.0 -1.4 1.8 42.3 58.12

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23/4/2017
09:20
Optibiotix H. Daily Update: Optibiotix H. is listed in the Health Care Equipment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker OPTI. The last closing price for Optibiotix H. was 72.25p.
Optibiotix H. has a 4 week average price of 70.50p and a 12 week average price of 68p.
The 1 year high share price is 94p while the 1 year low share price is currently 60.25p.
There are currently 78,543,318 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 340,400 shares. The market capitalisation of Optibiotix H. is £58,122,055.32.
12/4/2017
10:15
shrewdmole: Guys I've kept a bit quiet as tbh there's been so much second guessing and regurgitated facts and fiction it's been hard to read some days. Put simply soh has now told us what will happen with Sbtx, the Manchester evening news has suggested what I've kind of that and posted that the platforms and findings are further advanced than we may think. As for the Opti share price I didn't think I'd get another chance at these levels so although it's meant reducing elsewhere I ha e added a few this morning. I keep staring the obvious but soh is the largest private investor in Opti and his family have previously taken part in placings. Whatever he does will be to the benefit of pi's. Name another CEO on aim that has consistently done what he has said he will do, and with a low cash burn. The list of facets to this company is phenomenal, and growing with further products on shelves next month, Sbtx floated and fully funded, sugar going well, go figure seemingly growing and blue chip distribution partners. It's all got a bit microview on here and sometimes it's better to look at the bigger picture. As for level 2 there's just 1 MM been driving the offer side down for the last few days. Maybe they have an order but I'd be guessing. Once they've done what they need to do we will be back to 85-90p in no time. For any doubters, sell. But would you rather be in or out of Opti over the coming months. Let's see what else soh delivers in terms of partners. Sm
10/4/2017
20:29
elrico: Why my presence is required is outside my logic box. As I'm here I may as well offer my opinion for what it's worth. Perhaps the best place to start is the misquoting of SOH. SOH has never even suggested OPTI shareholders would be offered a chance to participate in any IPO, or suggested free shares would be issued on the date of the IPO. SOH is on record stating, "shareholders will have a direct interest as a majority shareholder in SkinBioTherapeutics, OptiBiotix's Board believe this provides the necessary resources to grow SkinBiotherapeutics and create the potential for substantial future value enhancement." Key word is FUTURE. Another SOH quote; "At some point in time OptiBiotix will distribute value in SkinBiotherapeutics back to its shareholders in a structured way." 20/10/16 "OptiBiotix believes the scale of the opportunities offered by SkinBiotix's technology in the biotherapeutic space creates the potential for substantial FUTURE value enhancement. The directors believe that shareholder value could be maximised as existing shareholders may, in the event of a successful flotation of SkinBiotix, "ULTIMATELY HOLD SHARES DIRECTLY IN BOTH COMPANIES." Unquote; this is as clear as it gets. Frustrating as it is because there are no ex in-specie dates or indication when and how the shares will be distributed; IT IS THIS FACT which is causing concern and hurting the share price at a time when it should have heralded a change in sentiment. However, what I think has been particularly unhelpful, is comments by TW, who suggested a 1% for 1% (wherever they originated from, I don't care) this has been translated into a 1 for 1 share distribution. Ultimately, he may be proved correct, but right now it is right up there with "imminent" as far as own goals are concerned. Out of interest, has anyone looked up the work "in-specie?" I have, it's latin and its literal meaning offers a bloody good clue as to what SOH recently stated...."in its actual form." This can only be mean shares, as any other method not only means something different. Ie, special cash divi - this would be inefficient way of distributing the shares, something I have already commented on. I also doubt SBTX shares will be sold to pay a cash divi, as this would also be inefficient and costly to SBTX investors, as well as it being slow and of course be very time consuming. SOH speaking specifically about SkinBiotix - "The other point I have raised publicly before is that when we acquired SkinBiotix (as it was then called) and announced on 17/3/16 there was NO RECOGNITION OF ITS VALUE BY SHAREHOLDER IN THE SHARE PRICE (in fact from memory it dropped). Part of the rational behind listing the separate divisions is to make the true value of these divisions more transparent to shareholders and to provide them with the funds to reach their full potential." HOW IRONIC is it then that the demerger has resulted in c15% fall in OPTI when apparently the market added NO VALUE TO IT! There are a few new PI's posting now, which is good. However, two particular seem set on a negative agenda, which is odd for new holders. Perhaps I am being naive (not for the first time some will note as you roll your eyes) and they're just panicked at the rapid change to the negative tack so close to product launches. Either way, they need to do much more research before coming out will silly comments about the value of OPTI's IP and that of SBTX's IP. LTH know full well the potential value of the IP. Regarding the share price action; Anyone remember the 111,111 trade ahead of the rally? The shares were walked down to fill this order. Everyone assumed this was a sell trade because it was c50+% of the day's action, so of course everyone had a right to assume it must have been a sell. In fact, I was told hours before hand it was a buy before it actually appeared. Of course, I could have been lied to, but why? what would the motive be? The point I am making, the broker was given specific instructions to fill at a price, which meant investors were stopped out to fill at a lower price. It happens, believe it or not. The FT article has almost certainly caused some damage today. It had two factual errors in it. I am surprised nobody picked up on them. One was minor, OPTI have 41.9% not 41% of SBTX, the other far more serious, appearing to be worded to back up the narrative in the first paragraphs. The author suggested the IPO would not have got away had it not been for Seneca; an odd thing to say give the IPO was x3 oversubscribed. I guess The Time journo's are not what they used to be. Not so long ago they were peddling a AVN takeover at 140p WHEN THE SHARES WERE 40p, this caused a lot of speculative traders to get burned.
08/4/2017
08:39
michaelmouse: pglancy - I have stated my argument in post 1137. SOH's strategy will be great for shareholders if the share price of SBTX continues to appreciate. I have no problem with that. However, SOH understandably only lists the positive outcomes. Taking each of his points in turn. 1) Imo the current market cap. of SBTX is nonsense for a non-revenue generating company that is at least two years from any commercialisation. 2) The asset is appreciating since listing but it doesn't mean the share price will keep rising. If it starts to fall it will be a depreciating asset. 3) The IPO was a fund raise. Will it need more along the way? I expect it will. We shall see. 4) How? OptiBiotix and SBTX are still several years away from generating Free Cash Flow, if indeed they ever achieve it. Where will the funds come from to grant any sort of dividend? SOH says they have no intention in selling their SBTX shares (or presumably distributing them to shareholders?). 5) Only if one or more spin-offs are highly successful, and Opti retains a sufficiently large holding in each. The share price of SBTX has gone bananas since the IPO. This is not an unusual occurrence at the moment. It appears to me that it is being driven by speculators (short term traders). I wrote a blog about this recently. It's worth looking at what happened to the share prices once reality set in weeks later. I was correct. hTTp://michae1mouse.blogspot.co.uk/2016/09/should-i-be-fuming-at-missing-out-why.html FUM did quickly raise more cash at a substantial discount to the toppy share price rise and has settled at about or below the placing level. IEH and MOS have fallen back far more sharply than they rose. More recently, and perhaps more pertinently DDDD has fallen back sharply, and only yesterday I watched the rise and fall of ZOO. ZOO had been on my monitor for a while since it's an interesting micro-cap. I never bought shares because of it's balance sheet. When I saw the shares soaring this week I thought perhaps a bid was on the way and I'd missed out. Not so. The company clearly did need cash and hastily issued a RNS yesterday at midday to warn that a cash raise was on the way at what I'd imagine is a severely discounted price to yesterday's highs. My point is that fundamental value always wins out in the end. Fundamental value and current share price can become hugely detached. Imho Opti and sbtx are severely overvalued and I expect in time reality will catch-up. However, I have no idea when this might be. I have no problem with you preferring the optimism of SOH's strategy, I just don't share it. The company might be a great success in a few years time, but the share price already has much of this expectation built in.
06/4/2017
12:21
nicktopten: OPTi share price has rallied significantly since start of year. It was low 60s then with market cap of just above 50 mill. We now have 2 companies with total market cap of 80 million currently. So all I can say at this point is ...Happy Days!! If my rose tinted specs don't need cleaning, then Soh has done us proud with strategy , timing etc on all fronts. Looking forward to the coming months....
05/4/2017
08:13
suzypink: Whats your thinking re the OPTI share price? Was hoping this would have continued its climb from the last few days. Do you think this might drop back into low 70s again until money on the table. Hope not .. OPTI brings down whole portfolio as biggest holding on a day to day basis. Just believing in the long run will be the best move I made a year ago !
31/3/2017
10:03
riskybusiness1: I don't think people understand this isn't a 'disposal' this is an investment by opti which since last year has gone up in value 6x. The share price will not be directly linked but if Optis holding in skin goes up by say £10m this should be reflected in Optis price in theory as opti has materialised value. Both share price will be sentiment driven therefore Optis price will either be exaggerated by the gain in skin or subdued. Seeing as we will get shares when skin is likely a higher share price it should be exaggerated effect on Optis share price sounds to me like opti be looking after our shares for a while until skin seriously gets going. We will soon find out!
30/3/2017
19:20
cumbrian2: Jestercat - my view is that a doubling of the SKIN IPO price will add approx 10p to OPTI share price - guess we will find out next Wed.
30/3/2017
19:00
cumbrian2: Jestercat 2. the two shares will obviously linked but any increase in SKIN will see a smaller increase in OPTI. If skin is valued at IPO price 10million and doubles to be worth 20 million then this is theory will add 10 million to OPTI share price. With OPTI M Cap currently 65 million this would relate to approx 15% o3 12p increase in OPTI. So if you believe that SKIN will double then you are better investing directly (if you can get them!). Hope that helps.
10/3/2017
13:01
neftanikoff: Be beneficial for the opti share price to have the name PROCTOR & GAMBLE actually mentioned in a RNS, even if there really has to be no detailed financial commitments, written at this stage. At least it would be a name that everyone knows instantly. For we could really do with getting over this 75p to 80p range and i am sure the mere mention of P & G in a RNS, would do the trick in clearing this obstacle.
13/1/2017
18:07
neftanikoff: re 858, i wonder if you are autistic, only you take everything so literally, as share price say no tipster gets it right all of the time, with opti, they were in at 8 top sliced at 100 and are convinced it will breach 100 and more very soon, with all the expected good and positive news flow. The timing of news is difficult with complicated negotiations and dealing with MN'S who are not up to speed with the IP. You are right, 2016 was a poor year for opti share price wise but a good year in other ways. And what a great time for some, it has been since the rto. For TW, et all to speak so highly of the Management and opti and that the share the way they do, unlike other shares in their portfolio, speaks volumes to my mind. If anyone has met and listened to SOH, then your opinion of opti may well have changed. It must have been a disappointing week for you, after the rise in opti. You seem to take great glee in shares tipped by others when the share price goes down. There is a proper name for people like you, but i can't think of it right now, i can think of other names, but i am too polite to say them on a bb.
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