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Stanbank Nm LSE:2009 London Ordinary Share ZAE000057378 STANDARD BANK GROUP NM
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31/10/2009
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pork belly: Is this one of the funniest video clips in the history of sharedealing? It is centred around Provexis plc (PXS) a genuine UK AIM listed company run by CEO Stephen Moon. They develop novel functional & medical foods. Their website is: http://www.provexis.com/ They have 3 products: 1. Fruitflow(TM) – which uses tomato extract to 'thin the blood'. This is used in their "Sirco" range of drinks that are sold in the UK. ( http://www.sircoheart.com/index.php/why-should-i-drink-sirco/). 2. NSP#3G - plantain (banana) extract and used for the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease 3. Helicobacter Pylori - currently developing a stabilised extract to treat The share price remained at 0.5p - 1p from Nov 08 all the way to 28 May 09 when they announced that the European Food Safety Authority had accepted a claim that their Fruitflow product did reduce platelet aggregation in humans and that the claim "will go through the final E.U. authorization procedure in the coming weeks." In addition to this they announced "the commencement of a clinical trial for its NSP#3G plantain (banana) medical food for Crohn's disease patients." on 11 Aug 09. As a result of these two RNS's , the shares flew to an intraday high of around 22.75p at the beginning of September as the E.U. approval was expected to be "Transformational" for the company. Many investors were sucked-in at these high prices however, the long awaited "Transformational" E.U. approval still hasn't come and now the shares have moved back to 6p as of 31 Oct 09. Rubbing salt into the wound is the fact that while PSX's share price has collapsed trapping many investors in at high prices, another UK AIM listed company called Gulf Keystone Petroleum (GKP), an oil company, has gone from just 11p to a staggering 105p in the same period, Aug - 31 Oct 09. Now you know the background, watch this videoclip that has recently appeared on Youtube. It is perhaps one of the greatest share related video's ever ! It is the story of one PSX investor who bought into PSX at higher levels awaiting the E.U. approval of Fruitflow. It is a video that almost every investor in the World can relate and, i'm sure, you could replace "PSX" with the "epic" code of one of your stocks. ENJOY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! A video diary of a PSX investor (Oct 09): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGsSBv1Cq90
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