Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Provexis Plc LSE:PXS London Ordinary Share GB00B0923P27 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.065p +7.56% 0.925p 0.85p 1.00p 0.90p 0.80p 0.80p 6,456,299.00 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 0.1 -0.5 -0.0 - 16.10

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07/12/2016
17:18
Don't be silly.How unoriginal. I suspect SS is a good trader and he can think fast. Seems like Asshur may be back on LSE or it's that used car salesman type person Only a few weeks till Interim results.
lafin
07/12/2016
17:03
lala; Foxtrot Oscar, there's a good troll.
librag
07/12/2016
16:32
Oh really. What on earth is a rounded psychological figure? That stoxline site said sell yesterday now says neutral . You think too fast. Probably makes you a good trader but doesn't make sense
lafin
06/12/2016
13:25
lol, I am more into the people influences on the wave, 1st resistance is due to a lot of locked in pixies escaping at break even, 2nd resistance is some of the newbies getting bored and moving on, 3rd resistance removing last few locked in pixies who think it's not going to get any better after 3 attempts. 4th wave due to most of those wanting to exit already gone, and is further supported by returning pixies regretting selling out at BE when this is on the Move, the 4th try will push through. 1.5p is both a rounded up psychological figure and an area where there was lots of activity in the past, this is break even for many Pixies, 2.5p is next big break even point. All of course diluted to some extent due to topping up along the way. looking at the TA, all the moving MAs and MACDs looking good, so still a strong buy as far as TA goes :-)
senor_sensible
06/12/2016
12:34
Ah, a fellow afficionado of EW. They're always right but timing isn't their strong point. :( Trouble is; is it a corrective 2nd(abc finished) wave of the move to recent highs? are we in a corrective 4th(b) wave of the move from recent highs? or are we in an impulse 4th wave from the recent highs? I still do think in waves though neither TA not EWT has been more useful to date for PXS. Can but hope. :) GL.
librag
06/12/2016
12:06
Libra :-) looks like a second wave, reckon it will take 3-4 attempts to get through the 1.5p barrier but once through should see that as a new floor
senor_sensible
06/12/2016
10:16
Hi Guns, fully agree re. anti-oxidants. SP holding thankfully with CNKS near bid support. GL.
librag
06/12/2016
06:51
Stop all eating and die, no cure for cancer, just try and get a few extra years with some quality life. Works for some and they make the best of the extra years.
johndee
06/12/2016
00:04
John How can we be sure that the use of clinically unverified supplements doesnot actually promote tumour growth? This is the nature of science.
gunsofmarscapone
05/12/2016
11:07
Had a little one myself, still got plenty of powder dry though just in case :-)
senor_sensible
05/12/2016
10:55
Hi SS; CNKS have been on 0.78p bid since the latest rise. Pressed the button for a small topup this AM. Might be a tad too soon though. GL.
librag
05/12/2016
07:37
Hats off to the pixies, drop to previously touted prices looks to be less probable, seems to be holding it's own and with some encouraging results later this month it might have turned the corner. If it breaks 1.7p then there's a good chance above 2.2p will be on the cards. That would be a much better 'new floor' Lots of locked in pixies will need to have freedom to escape in the 1.5-1.6 area but Thinking I might top up on a dip :-)
senor_sensible
03/12/2016
02:14
Finally arrived in China! hxxp://xinyingyang.com/4918 that is http "Based on this, a long time, people have been looking for natural non-drug solution. Today, after 10 years of research, 10 clinical trials, won the 23 countries of patented technology in human history can promote blood circulation, reduce thrombosis non-drug, natural solutions, known as the "natural aspirin" Su ® "(Fruitflow ® ) has finally arrived." "This from the DSM company launched a new product - "light network element ® " (Fruitflow ® ) is a water-soluble tomato concentrate. Research confirmed that "light network element ® " (Fruitflow ® )" "allows the platelet surface smooth and reduce the formation of blood clots, "
wheelds
02/12/2016
18:07
True, as an example my first wife was a health supplement food fanatic but cancer killed her at 55 years old. Cannot guarantee good health whatever we seem to do. I must admit though that after her first cancer event she lived another 19 years. It was over those 19 years that she took health supplements etc.
johndee
02/12/2016
17:27
Thanks for that John, I've had a happy half hour reading up on this. Vitamin E is an anti-oxidant and doesn't "thin the blood" but I get what you mean. It might work by reducing oxidative damage, a process involved in atherosclerosis ... think heart attacks and strokes. The proposed cardiovascular benefits are mainly based on a meta-analysis and there are some weird aspects which tend to mean that we can't rely on it. With for example breast cancer and HRT different meta-analyses gave different results. It's the nature of the beast I'm afraid. The weird aspect was ... Vit E protects against heart disease but only if taken alone. WTF? No other antioxidants and mineral supplements? Nonsense, so something's not right. There is no definitive benefit shown with antioxidants despite what various websites would have you believe and I know of studies that show problems primarily due to suppressing the body's nature antioxidant system pathways. Yet again, nothing simple nor definite.
librag
02/12/2016
16:42
http://www.drbriffa.com/2000/11/21/is-vitamin-e-an-alternative-to-aspirin/ I take vitamin E daily and no aspirin at all.
johndee
02/12/2016
16:35
John, vitamin E, AFAIK doesn't "thin the blood". Easy to sound patronising on the boards but honestly CVAs happen to people on Aspirin and off Aspirin. Not your fault and to be honest, it sounds like your GP was on the ball.
librag
02/12/2016
15:37
Gix, yes actually its a fair point to flag up positives in aspirin dosing. We would like to make money but health is more important and people need to make the right decisions. Bareknee, yes I've calmed down now dear. Good weekend all!
gunsofmarscapone
02/12/2016
15:25
Like 90+% of the Express readers. You could be right.
gix er
02/12/2016
15:17
You appear to be displaying some of the side effects of aspirin.
lafin
02/12/2016
15:09
How do you expect people who are not medically trained to fully understand? You don't FULLY understand your self.
lafin
02/12/2016
14:46
Gix; "Surly if you are at risk of a stomach bleed for some other reason then you would be on the proper medication???" No, many people are undiagnosed or asymptomatic. "This means that with aspirin they clot much more slowly, which experts said can cause gastric bleeding." No, Aspirin, as a cyclo-oxygenase inhibitor, reduces prostacyclin mediated gastric mucosal protection. It's nothing to do with clotting per se. It's back to what I said originally. It's not as simple as some think and many misunderstand. Frankly I don't know how that applies to you but your comments lead me to believe that you might not fully understand.
librag
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