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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Advanced Medical Solutions Group Plc LSE:AMS London Ordinary Share GB0004536594 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.2% 253.00 250.50 252.50 253.00 240.50 243.00 9,783 09:29:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 86.8 10.1 4.0 63.4 545

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/12/2014
12:42
Any opinions on trading statement due this Month anyone.
dealit
25/9/2014
10:48
http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/northwest/news/666128-profits-rise-in-strong-first-half-for-ams.html#
lbo
12/9/2014
10:05
This share/company is a real plodder but with the good results just, I don't see any reason not to creep up to 130/5 even slightly higher in the next few months. I think Woody is on the right track. It must be a chartists play.
eggbaconandbubble
10/9/2014
21:56
Good set of results, nice increase in interim dividend.I'm in for the long term on this one.
john148
10/9/2014
11:14
Note that some trades print on ISDX as it is cheaper for the market makers to report there. http://www.isdx.com/forcompanies/ourcompanies/companydetail/default.aspx?securityid=17524
mirandaj
10/9/2014
09:22
Increase in cash another good indicator.
colsmith
10/9/2014
07:49
The use of 'Constant currency' is pretty normal basis in financial reports and deals with the relevant currency fluctuations. Canaccord reaffirmed a hold on 8 Sept ahead of results. Decent looking results, my only question is why the drop in bulk materials.
immokalee
10/9/2014
07:42
Happy days. Just what we needed to see.
knighty0001
10/9/2014
07:41
Agree good solid results, company commoditised; 20% compound growth was good while it lasted; GLA
norbus
10/9/2014
07:34
Good solid set of results I feel, nice to see "Strong performance in the US with LiquiBand® tissue adhesive range:
dealit
10/9/2014
07:26
Those results look ok at a quick glance. Lot of reference to 'constant currency' though. Liquiband appears to be doing alright in the US. What do the experts have to say?
eggbaconandbubble
09/9/2014
12:29
Bag a load today may mean good news tomorrow IMHO, fingers crossed.
dealit
09/9/2014
11:48
Someon's managing to bag a load today. Same person that's managed to talk the price down somewhere?
eggbaconandbubble
04/9/2014
07:04
Results on 10th. Well done Miranda!
eggbaconandbubble
02/9/2014
12:44
closed my trade, bouncing down off resistance to below previous lows, candle pattern formation negative. woody
woodcutter
28/8/2014
18:41
Apologies for off-topic folks - will stop now. apad
apad
28/8/2014
18:40
I had XAR years ago Woody, and had to sell them to afford a house - later they were always too expensive for my taste. I bought after the first drop and am a little surprised at the reaction to the interims, so bought again (a little profit after the second purchase). Normally, I only average up :-) A fellow researcher got a job at XAAR and reported well of the management, I have always been impressed by their technology. If the weakness continues I shall increase again - I view XAR as being similar to RSW (another long term shareholding) in that they plough a large amount back into product and systems development and can benefit significantly in ways that the market cannot anticipate (I think they both have short order lead times too). So, I am comfortable with not buying again in their heyday, although it would have been better to buy on the second drop! I tend to look at candlestick graphs and short term emas as a guide, but I am not an adept. Good luck with your timing. apad
apad
28/8/2014
18:24
APAD XAR had some classic TA chart positions before both drops which were very strong indicators of the eventual outcome. (It's not appropriate to post them on this thread)I nearly bought a few times but thankfully the TA stopped me from doing so. Hope it comes good for you, i'm watching it closely. Woody
woodcutter
28/8/2014
14:07
W, "These are my principles and if you don’t like them I have others." Groucho Marx Having learned not to average down donkey's years ago, I am now averaging down XAR, having bought after the last profit warning and again today. apad
apad
28/8/2014
14:07
W, "These are my principles and if you don’t like them I have others." Groucho Marx Having learned not to average down donkey's years ago, I am now averaging down XAR, having bought after the last profit warning and again today. apad
apad
28/8/2014
13:18
As APAD kindly pointed out it's not about confidence. I had built up quite a stake from the recent lows and had almost 10% percentage profit in the bag so i halved my holding. Long term i think the business looks sound but i invest according to market conditions these days. Normally i'm LTBH and had i been in these from way back i most likely wouldn't have sold as i'd be sitting on a handsome profit and would most likely have looked to add on any weakness. I've kept a few stocks where i've been lucky to have seen similar growth and have moved in accordance with my LTBH strategy. However as APAD again pointed out i'm also trading and at present any recent purchases that show signs of hitting resistance i'm either out or slicing. Preservation of capital in this choppy market is key to retaining and growing your assets. APAD fwiw i used to only do LTBH my trading was also poor untill several years ago when i began to invest considerable time in learning and growing my TA skills, you can't trade without decent TA knowledge, which i've considerably improved in the last few years. Interestingly many investors think it's mumbo jumbo i can only say my results prove otherwise. Most who are critical have little or no knowledge. There are 4 stages in the invesment cycle all defined by the EMA position stage 1 flat consolidation.... TA skills and trading stage 2 growth uptrend.... LTBH for the length of the trend. stage 3 consolidation before further uptrend or downtrend....TA skills and trading stage 4 downtrend....TA skills and shorting (which i have yet to embark upon, my next challenge for this autumn) Most sectors are currently in stage 3 and some in stage 4. AMS is in stage 3 hence my trading hope this helps understand my reasoning Woody
woodcutter
27/8/2014
09:49
10th? 11th? I have not yet seen any notification of results date. From memory they usually notify about 3 or 4 days prior. Anyone know more about Octopus?
eggbaconandbubble
27/8/2014
09:11
Interims will be given on 10th September.
mirandaj
25/8/2014
23:57
Why the 11th?
eggbaconandbubble
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