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|The link to the program (Save Money: Good Health Series 1 - Episode 3) is here
Also see the links to Vamousse and Puressentiel from the Boots healthcounter site:
Vamousse contains 2 solvents (isopropyl myristate and isopropanol) which are the principle actives, the mechanism of action is two fold (1) the solvents dissolve/soften the wax/exoskeleton of the lice (2) they cause dehydration of the lice via an osmotic effect.
Puressentiel contains no solvents (as far as I can ascertain), so presumably it has to rely on the toxicity of the essential oils within the formulation
It's worth noting that the claim for Vamousse is that it kills 100% of lice and 100% of eggs within 15 minutes:
whereas (according to the program), the manufacturer of Puressentiel state state that their product kills only 80% of lice and 98% of eggs (time frame not given).|
|I watched the TV programme and thought it a bit poor. They compared silicone/plant oils and an insecticide. It's been known for a long time that certain oils have some insecticidal properties. On their own you need high concentrations and even then they're not very good as seen in the film.
Tyratech have shown that there is a synergistic action between plant oils and in the correct combination at low concentrations they're very effective. I'm surprised the scientist didn't consider Vamousse.|
|Although not mentioned,I would rate the airing as bullish,for it called into question the efficacy of a main contender to Vamousse.|
|Hello "michaels" my dear friend. How's it going here? Still around 2p I see.
Meanwhile, over at Randgold Resources (RRS) we've been making money by the bucketload, trading the swings and buying the dips.
It's all been good fun you know.
Gold is now over $1200 (remember my physical purchase at $1180?) and RRS peaked at £68.70 today (remember I bought a chunk at £54.25 a month or so back?).
Yes, happy days my friend.
Can't say the same here though.
Have a nice evening.|
|You are correct corrientes;ITV next Tuesday at 7.30 pm.
It will probably be insipid fair though,if their normal chatty fact free format is deployed.
2.125 to buy and cannot sell any is the current state of play.|
|I think there is a weekly consumer affairs programme every week on one of the major Channels, and if I heard correctly, hair lice remedies was mentioned as part of next week's show, but I may have been mistaken. I was flipping channels last night, so it would be next Tuesday if so.|
|Strange price movement today. At least the price shown now is realistic as the minimum offered price for any size is 2.375p.
|Just flipped 100k TYR for TYRU. Ta very much.|
|LOL. Good thinking although it would require me to remember at 6 every morning which half I treated!
|As part of a controlled experiment you're surely going to treat only half of your scalp? ;)|
|Sorry one more post. I have just looked up other European Amazon sites and Vamousse was listed on all the ones I tried so Germany, France, Italy and Spain. So michael perhaps you ought to update the header......
Seriously though, good to see they are opening other distribution avenues.
|Incidentally we also field tested the Guardian Backyard product as well last Summer. I don't get bitten but my wife is particularly susceptible. The good news now is that she didn't get bitten on the 3 or 4 occasions she applied it but of course you don't know if she would have been without it! I told her to do one leg with and one without as a controlled experiment but she didn't like that idea!
|The shampoo is on offer on Amazon with a single bottle costing £8 so I purchased one! I read in one of the reviews that it was good for an itchy scalp and as I do have a few scalp problems, I decided to give it a go. I will report back....
|Stuck at 2.0/2.20 for now.
Why they put the offer up to 2.5p, creating an artificial spread, is a mystery to me.
A 20% spread is a deterrent to many punters.|
|Hopefully they can get sufficient resources to exploit all these different markets. The fact that they have all these potential opportunities and significant turnover already highlights the ridiculous market cap. Yes the fly in the ointment is that the company is not yet cash flow psositive but hopefully that is not far away.
Good to see both the bid and offer move upwards. It is a while since 2.5p was the offer price. As we all know the price here can move very quickly (both ways!) when a bit of momentum builds.
|Happy New Year to all.
As much as I love the thought of dominating a domestic pet care market, the true 'Jewel in the Crown' will be the PureScience brand taking market share in controlling pests in animal production.
Let's hope we will be successful at/in both.
PureScience was launched in 2016 to address the need for safe, non-toxic insect and parasite control solutions in animal health. Poultry production facilities are the primary target of PureScience products, offering premise treatments to control the pests that decrease productivity and cause loss within food supply operations. TyraTech leverages its patented green technology to provide alternatives to traditional synthetic pesticides. PureScience utilizes nature-based actives to control insects and parasites in a way that is safe for use around people and animals within the food supply.
2017 is going to be a good year
I'd used the correct number of shares in the previous calculation and that gave a M.Cap of £20.3m. No idea how it splits between the two share set ups.
As for valuing Vamousse I just value the company on cash flow as it's easy to modify the profit figures but cash is the bottom line. I use operating cash flow as that's what they generate. I also look how the cash is spent which drops down to another version of cash flow.
Other figures I check are stock days in the half year it was 127 days which is high and uses up cash. Of course the high stocks would be necessary if sales are growing rapidly. I'd normally look for 30 to 40 days at most. The payment terms are also important as that's the number of days it takes for the customer to pay. Terms are often 30 days end of month so 30 to 60 days. TYR are hit with 121 days which is probably the big customers using (abusing ?) their buying power.|
Agreed,for I too would consider the companion pet market to be the ultimate target,particularly if the name Tyratech,on the back of their existing brands ,such as Vamousse,starts to resonate both with the public and with retailers.|
|I suspect it might be domestic products such as floor cleaner. I remember they developed this 4 or 5 years ago.|
There are 220m TYR shares in issue x 1.875p mid
There are 148m TYRU shares in issue x 2p mid
Add the 2 together to get the market cap. There are also 1m shares in treasury.
They will not be selling the jewel in the crown that is the formula(e) for companion animals. They already have proof of concept but don't have the funds to take it forward just yet.|
I'll have another look later. What's the deal here with the M.Cap ? The header gives £2.96m, another one give £4m and google gives £7m. How many shares are out there ?|
Thank you for the reminder of what was in the interim report! I don't think I actually read it all the way through at the time and so have done now. It has all the more convinced me that a market cap of 7 million is ridiculous! There are so many strings to their bow now that they are not absolutely reliant on any one product. Releasing some value from their patent portfolio would be very beneficial especially if there was some upfront cash to negate any need for further funds. Not sure how likely this is but it just shows the wide potential of the company.
Onwards and upwards
|And that/those assets in all probability would have to be intellectual properties.
Maybe a patented formulation to address fleas nits and ticks in dogs and cats etc,for this should prove both topical and valuable.
A T/U would indeed be welcome imo.|
Take a look at Jose Barella's comments in the interims. He talks of non-core asset disposal.|
When you say 'sale of non core technologies', what technologies are you referring to? I was not aware they were looking to do this but if so, it could be a very positive development.