Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Scancell Hldgs LSE:SCLP London Ordinary Share GB00B63D3314 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 10.00p 9.75p 10.25p 10.00p 10.00p 10.00p 897 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 0.0 -3.0 -1.1 - 31.21

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18/8/2017
09:20
Scancell Hldgs Daily Update: Scancell Hldgs is listed in the Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SCLP. The last closing price for Scancell Hldgs was 10p.
Scancell Hldgs has a 4 week average price of 10p and a 12 week average price of 9.63p.
The 1 year high share price is 19p while the 1 year low share price is currently 9.63p.
There are currently 312,058,098 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 61,675 shares. The market capitalisation of Scancell Hldgs is £31,205,809.80.
16/8/2017
13:37
panama7: Inanaco, obviously I am still holding, that does not mean I am remotely impressed by the performance of the Company. you state you are here for the IP, why then after a very successful Phase11 is that not remotely reflected in the share price or the fundraisings. Goodfellow has totally failed, the share price is very much a reflection of his performance, his integrity , his credibility and his leadership.
15/8/2017
17:25
inanaco: Mr W ... pleased about that ... so the keyboard is ok then ... Tosh never seen that before .... you actually mean a "write down of assets" ? fair book value etc ... interesting because your then valuing Scancell not a block of 20,000 shares which the stock market prices so the Taxman will not accept that ........... then we have ......... its called a "revaluation reserve" it used mainly in property, but your example only produces An unrealized loss occurs when a stock decreases after an investor buys it, but he or she has yet to sell it. If a large loss remains unrealized, the investor is probably hoping the stock's fortunes will turn around and the stock's worth will increase past the price at which it was purchased. If the stock rose back above the original price, then the investor would have an unrealized gain for the time he or she still holds onto the stock. For example, say you buy shares in TSJ Sports Conglomerate at $10 per share, and then shortly afterwards the stock's price plummets to $3 per share, but you do not sell. At this point, you have an unrealized loss on this stock of $7 per share, because the value of your position is $7 dollars less than when you first entered into the position. Let's say the company's fortunes then shift and the share price soars to $18. Since you have still not sold the stock, you'd now have an unrealized gain of $8 per share ($8 above where you first bought in). Gains or losses are said to be "realized" when a stock is sold. This is especially important from a tax perspective as, in general, capital gains are taxed only when they are realized. Unrealized gains and losses are also commonly known as "paper" profits or losses, which implies that the gain/loss is only real "on paper." This may be true from a tax perspective, but remember that a loss is a loss, whether it's been realized or not.
30/6/2017
17:22
the real lozan: Thought the "Raindrop' would be a little too deep for you. As for ="In the meantime, I suspect a rising share price goes some way to resolving the funding issue." . In what way - do you think / suspect - " a rising share price MIGHT go some way to resolving the funding issue." ???
27/6/2017
11:08
tosh123: Wig, 10p will only look like a bargain if the share price can be manipulated to in excess of 20p over the next few weeks / months ( eg ;- prior to the next MASSIVE round of funding ), otherwise, it will just be more money down the drain for private shareholders. This recent explosion in information flow / PR, is no accident. It is designed and timed, to lure people in and increase the share price in preparation for the funding. All the II's will be holding onto their shares waiting for the share price lift to happen, and then strategically sell into it at the last minute, just prior to the funding announcement. IMHO.
26/6/2017
11:27
wigwammer: AgemaThe market cap of SCLP is £32m.It is not factually correct to suggest that £20m is greater than £32m.With regard to dilution - IMM has seen a 60% dilution in tranches over the last 18 months. The first and largest tranche was at 26p.The shares are now 52p. Dilution does not necessarily result in a lower share price.The key similarity between IMM then and SCLP now - is that both have clinical stage assets that are difficult to value. Sentiment is key. So when I see it suggested that management are liars, the IP is worthless, dilution will only make it go down, that 20 is a bigger number than 32 - I get interested. The words could have been directly lifted from one board and placed on the other. Cheers, ww
09/6/2017
16:14
tosh123: Gee Cee bringing up the well worn track of " traders " being responsible for the current share price ... Honestly where do these people get off from ! This share is probably a traders worst nightmare there are hundreds of far better shares to trade on AIM. No volume + a share price in single figures.... Who the hell is going to try and trade that ? When will these idiots realise that the share price is where it is because of the BOD... simple.
17/5/2017
13:04
tosh123: B... you miss my point. Every young bio is going to experience ups and downs, thats par for the course, the difference here is in the way that the company presents itself to the market and more importantly, to its investors, and how that influences the share price and the overall perception of the company I have just listened to a pod cast ( VOX ) from earlier today, and the professionalism displayed by Tim Mc Carty is a world away from our blithering RG. The information is concise, the trial is on target, within budget, and all is well, whereas, our BOD have continually made rash and significantly wildly inaccurate statements. As shareholders, we have been misled by the BOD, its that simple. IMM have never made such contradictory statements, they have quietly and effectively gone about their business, NOT declared that we will be sold at many multiples, or that funding isn't an issue, or driven the share price down with numerous OO's. IMM had a strategy and they stuck to it. RG has been a nightmare, and i hold him responsible for the current status, he is no longer fit for purpose. IMHO.
13/5/2017
14:46
panama7: Goodfellow Fundraising II " Good morning Dr Goodfellow I believe you're looking to raise funds again " RG " Yes that's correct just the 5m this time " II " How's it going so far ? " RG " Very well, we are heavily oversubscribed with 18 our of 20 II wanting in " II " That's excellent, I assume you'll be raising at a premium to the share price then " RG " No, not at all, maths isn't my strong point so just the 10p, makes it far easier and also our Chairman wants a million and he's only got a spare 100k at the moment. If we raised at 14 or 15 he would only get 800,000 odd, it's far too complicated " II " So what success's have you had recently " RG " Well we have compelling data and we have had significant interest from Big Pharma for 4 years with CDA's in place for nigh on 3 years and I have opened many doors but my biggest achievement was negotiating a 20k pay rise last year. I've also brought Keith O'Flaherty on board not to be confused with the bloke from Riverdance. " II " So how many deals, partnerships have you signed ? " RG " well none actually " II " ok then how has the Share price been performing " RG " well for the last 4.5 years it's been abysmal " II " So what future forecasts have you got for me ? " RG " Our Technical Analyst Ian Oco wrote a report 2 months ago forecasting a £6 share price in 18 months, so that's only 16 months to go " II " I thought Panmure provided your analysis ? " RG " they did but they were only forecasting 69p and no one is going to buy a share at these levels that is only going to reach 69p. Also Ian is well known in the City for his very accurate forecasts ". He has been providing us with daily, weekly, monthly and yearly updates for the last 4 years, in fact as part of his package he was offered 3 yr options at 46p and wasn't prepared to wait 3 years he took them straight away " II " What other notable investors have you got on board ? " RG " We've got George Forbes on board he is well know around the City as GF123, some think it's an acronym for Good Fellow but no it's Gold Finger, everything he touches turns to gold. In fact he bought in considerably higher than you and he won't be selling any time soon, you can take confidence from that " II " Yes I believe you have a lot of Investors who bought in at far higher prices " RG " Yes that's right I made one of those videos a few years ago, can't quite think of the term for it " II " I think Fake News is the term you are looking for " RG " yes that's it I invented it before any one had heard of it, it was around the same time I created Moditope " II " I thought that was Prof Durrant's discovery ? " RG " Look if it wasn't for my continual fundraising she wouldn't have a job ". You've just reminded me I must put in an expenses form for that new pair of Churchill's with all this shoe leather I'm using up " II " OK Goodfellow I don't trust you one bit but I respect Prof Durrant and her work so I'll give you the money. Any future meetings don't bother turning up just send Prof Durrant . See my secretary on the way out , she'll give you a cheque. " II " Mrs Ratcliffe please give Dr Goodfellow the cheque, make sure he gives you the Visitor's pass and speak to your Husband the ex-copper and make sure security don't let him in the building again ". This is courtesy of Carry On Milking It Productions.
04/11/2016
11:42
tosh123: The idiot writes ;-Tosh ... about "beating the odds" you have a bet on scancell to win .. even freebies so do I anything wrong with the fact that i bet big and you bet small ? difference is I calculated the Odds based on the science and have proven history with my posts. You play the odds in a basket of risk that one may win ... yet the man that Calculates is the idiot ? Lets deal with each of these ludicrously inaccurate statements one by one shall we, because you're clearly still 100% deluded as to your abilities Yes i bet on Scancell, and now have accumulated, all but free shares, so if / when the share price goes up 1p , every penny of that share price increase will be additional profit for me, whereas, in your case every penny is merely reducing your considerable losses... who's the mug ????? " You calculated the odds based on the science and have a proven history with your posts "... To be honest, i wouldn't be shouting about this if i were you , bearing in mind just how WRONG your calculations have been, and even more evident, just how WRONG all of your proven posting history has been ! You are over 70% down with your calculations and 100% wrong with your posts !!! What is there to shout about... you should be embarrassed. You bet big, i bet small ??? You havnt got a clue how many shares i still own, nor how many i had originally, so this is pure speculation on your part... but, for the process of proving how stupid your comment is, lets just say that i still have nearly 200k shares, and that these 200k shares have now cost me pretty much zero... so by definition, my current status = £31k worth of free shares.... now lets look at your position shall we... again, purely to enable me to show how stupid you are,lets assume that you currently hold 500k shares at an average of 40p, which means that your investment has cost you £200k, BUT, the current value of your £200k = £75k, which means that you are now £125k out the money... lets now speculate that in the next 18 months, the share price rises by 100% and gets to 30p... my position will be a positive carry of £62k... whereas your position will still be a loss of £50k. so you bet big !!! Well done, because you have also LOST BIG ! The fact of the matter is that for your strategy to actually out play mine, the share price will need to get to over 46p, which is an increase of over 300% on the current SP, which will probably increase to over 400% once the funding has been announced ! " I play the odds on a basket of risks "... absolutely i do, and as per the above it has proven to be FAR superior to your bag of cr4p. Not only one has won, MANY have won ! whereas your 1 trick pony is still languishing in the stalls, with the very real prospect of it remaining in those stalls for many years to come ... But the real beauty of my strategy is that, even if / when your 1 trick pony starts to leave the stalls, i win as well as i still have 200k freebies ! Hedged... you should try it sometime. " yet the man that calculates is the idiot "... I dont really need to say anything more on this statement other than to suggest that you read all of the above comments ! I'm also not sure what exactly it is that you're professing to have calculated, or indeed how ! Either way you evidently need a new calculator coz the one you've used so far appears to have got the + and - buttons in the wrong places.
07/8/2013
08:10
djt59: Allocations will be different depending on which nominee pool you are part of. Selftrade gave me all I requested, might be because my request was smaller than many, or maybe there were enough holders using Selftrade that didn't request their allocation that those that did got what we requested. My initial interest in SCLP came via long-time holding in OXT, I then bought some more OXT and some SCLP, then when SCLP had the price crash but OXT didn't I sold most OXTs to buy SCLP. OXT has about 18p of NAV from other holdings and has the VCT tax advantage, but it will also have a 20% management incentive fee (above a certain return, but effectively on everything if SCLP pans out nicely) and I reckon the effective NAV multiplier to get OXT NAV from SCLP price is now just a whisker above one (so the OXT NAV is simply the SCLP share price plus approx 18p, with no adjustment for tax consequences). Now there is the SCLP ISA-AIM and possibly EIS tax advantage. So, depending on your holding size and maybe CG losses to carry forward, it seems to me that having over double the number of original OXT shares as SCLP shares is a good outcome! And I was lucky to have bought SCLP before the OO qualification date! [Although they did cost me more than the current price.]
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