Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Advanced Oncotherapy Plc LSE:AVO London Ordinary Share GB00BD6SX109 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -3.28% 29.50 161,377 15:48:02
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
29.00 30.00 30.50 29.50 30.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services -21.88 -9.83 90
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:47:34 O 20,000 29.00 GBX

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Advanced Oncotherapy Daily Update: Advanced Oncotherapy Plc is listed in the Health Care Equipment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AVO. The last closing price for Advanced Oncotherapy was 30.50p.
Advanced Oncotherapy Plc has a 4 week average price of 29.50p and a 12 week average price of 24.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 43p while the 1 year low share price is currently 20.50p.
There are currently 305,644,992 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 57,125 shares. The market capitalisation of Advanced Oncotherapy Plc is £90,165,272.64.
justjill: Call mne cynical....on second thoughts don't! But a fund raise during a - hopefully short - period when all share prices have been hammered - was that really needed now? If so the co finances, not for the first time, are not being managed properly. So shouldn't we have a few job adverts in the "local gazette" Or maybe just a nice way to "help fund the company" and your own salary in many cases at a massive discount to the share price of just a few weeks ago. Nice one.
makeamillion1: Hi Paul I believe this is a high possibility the shares are trading in a very narrow range and move on little buying volume. Also the company will want to ensure those in the funding round last week are rewarded quickly IMO. The next news in particular the treating of superficial tumors will be the biggest news to date and repeatedly the BOD have said all is on track (last time last week). Like many I expect not just a significant move in the share price but also potentially more news on licencing, manufacturing update, plus potential order inquiries, maybe wishful thinking but at this stage we are told everything is de-risked just a question of engineering and putting it all together! GLA
makeamillion1: wiseacre - sounds like you have been smoking what TW claims everyone else is. Please sell all you have it is because of comments like yours and TW I am making substantial profits....thank you For all those who have also followed some of the best medical professionals in the world working for this company, followed some seriously successful multi millionaires who are heavily invested, IMO I have no doubt about the future success of the company. All I do know IMHO by the time we are treating superficial tumors by end of Q3 2018 I would expect the share price to have accelerated substantially. The next land mark after that will be getting regulatory approval and working with the UK Government's Science and Technology Facilities Council ("STFC") where the company has announced they are to establish a UK testing and assembly site for its next generation proton accelerator. GLA all good news!
baner: Clearly AVO has received the 13.5m for the shares and now also 6.5m as a first payment for the licence agreement. The remaining 10m will be received in the next coming weeks according to the company - and why would the chinese walk away from that, losing at least the 6.5m now paid? So there should be 30m received in total from the chinese within weeks,and also a potentially beneficial marketing agreement for a huge market for AVO´s technique. This all demonstrate that the BOD is doing a good job for the company and its shareholders, and also that the chinese have serious intentions and a very strong belief in AVO. So time for the AVO bears to stop making all these negative comments re the management etc -and focus on the fantastic future potential that this company no doubt represent. Share price should go north from now on. A long way.
makeamillion1: lol really I am loving this ride from 10p - 12p, great news today plus developments with Thales to scale up. I have no concerns whatsoever with the Chinese money not coming through yet, there is no way that Yantai CIPU would have already subscribed for 45 million shares at 30p and paid £13.5 million if they had any doubts at all in their distribution partner. IMHO the distribution licensing partner will be a well known and substantial partner in the Asia region, these things take time and so they should but rest assured when it is announced it will represent IMO another step change in the share. The company currently has sufficient cash to be patient following the raising announced 7th December and as commented on here and other message boards there is much more news flow to come very soon like a further technical update, Circle Life's Birmingham site has been mentioned in previous analyst reviews and is expected to be announced, plus most important treating superficial tumors by the end of Q3 this year has been reaffirmed as on track in the RNS today. The board and team as mentioned in the goetzpartners securities has changed significantly since 2016, it is a totally refocused company and not worthy of comparing to the past. Just highlighting what goetzpartners securities said: "Reinforced management team changes the equity story significantly. AVOs management team has changed the equity story significantly compared to 2016. While the patents and the promising technology was already in place then, the company has added veterans of the PT industry from science, engineering, installation, application experience and compliance. We feel that the success of the industrialisation is entirely hinging on the top professionals." I am looking forward to seeing what the market cap and share price will be following the announcement of superficial tumors being treated Q3 2018.
jaknife: paul_98, Why? What exactly does the company have that makes it so solid? It's just that whilst I don't currently have a position, I'm considering shorting it again because: * The management have a track record of lying to their shareholders. * management have a track record of over-inflating expectations * The balance sheet is a mess with material levels of debt * the supposed big investment from the Chinese investor hasn't materialised and this is the second time that AVO has had problems with a supposed big Chinese deal * the company has paid for promotional PR from a never before head of "brokerage" in order to ramp its share price * everything points to yet another discounted placing JakNife
makeamillion1: Interesting views Looking back at the past can often be a good indicator for the future. For example when the first successful power testing through the FIRST CCL was announced 19th May 2015 the share price went to approx £2.30 - £2.50, then a year later 26.05.2016 following successful fundraising being announced for Harley Street the price went straight to around £2.00. While I am not saying the price is likely to go back to £2 anytime before next year I do think Mr Truth (4075) is likely to be very close to the mark when he says we could see the share price double, following a sensible funding announcement. That is the question, however the more information released by the company regarding "positive" developments and any commissioned reports as detailed by Andy (4076) then there is clearly being an expectation in the media being given by the company. This is reinforced by the fact we have not had any announcements as to the 100% increase in share price in the last week....why IMHO? Answer: The news is already out there. As has been announced recently we are in a much healthier position now in terms of the technology being somewhat de-risked from where we were when the first CCL test was announced 19th May 2015, plus everything else seems to be going to plan and on schedule. It is interesting with a market capital as I write of £32 million this is still approximately £10 million under the cost of ONE LIGHT system installation and is under half of the £80 million already invested in the technology by the company and CERN/ADAM as previously commented on by the Segulah consortium. I have followed this company very closely for a long time and in my opinion we should still expect a further violent increase in the share price, then perhaps an explosive increase post treating superficial tumors this time next year and beyond. Whatever DYOR and hopefully all investors at what ever level you bought will be happy.
daijavu: Promises are just that. Simply promises. Never rely on them, especially in the case of AVO because AVO has a history of making promises that have come to nothing. 5p is simply a representative point at which I might be persuaded to buy if all the other factors I mentioned are in place. Depending on the circumstances, it might be higher or lower. The point is that I would not be in the least bit surprised if the share price does go lower than it is now and goes a lot lower before good enough news is reached to make it go higher. It is likely to simply drift slowly down from here, just as it has already done since the last bit of news. I am not really guessing because there is a well established pattern that share prices often follow. I have no reason to believe that the AVO share price will behave any differently. It is already demonstrating that it is following my expectations.
daijavu: I am here because I am still interested in AVO. I might even buy shares in the company again. It all depends on what happens to the company in the future. At this moment, I would not put a penny into AVO shares because it is a very high risk company with a dodgy past of misrepresenting facts about what is happening and telling outright lies in response to direct questions I have asked. I certainly would not make it my only shareholding because that would be really silly. I have actually done a lot of research into AVO, its BoD and senior personnel, the market it hopes to enter, its competitors and what they are developing. I was attracted to it because: It offered a cheap means of providing lifesaving treatment to the world that only one other company could potentially offer. It's technology was groundbreaking and came with a wonderful provenance from CERN It was/is headed by people with solid high level reputations in their fields The major shareholders have never sold and many have continued to add to their shareholdings The development of the Harley Street premises is being carried out at the expense of the site owners who come with a solid reputation. What was there not to like? Unfortunately: There are competitors. They are are well established and they are all working towards developing technology that could compete with AVO's offering. AVO is way behind their original timetable AVO has a history of telling some whopping lies about their finances, contracts and the development of LIGHT The Bod has mismanaged AVO's finances to the extent that they have brought the share price down from £4 to its current 16.1p with nothing to go on but their word that they will survive long enough to fulfill any of their promises. There is every possibility that AVO will be taken over by another company or might even go out of business before a single machine is sold. We have only the BoD's word that will not happen. Finally, there is the truism of the stockmarket that if you think that the share price could not possibly fall any lower, it probably will. It really could fall to zero. I am biding my time to see if the BoD can really turn things around. I would like nothing better. Once I am confident that AVO can survive and have a product to sell, I might reinvest. Until that happens, my cash is invested in better prospects. I feel sorry for people who are so insecure in their investments that they fear getting information that contradicts their beliefs. Belief is no basis for investing in any share.
avobull: I remain bullish on AVO and there were some positives in the recent presentation, particularly on the advantages of AVO technology over its competitors and the potential for a new deal with Circle in Birmingham However, I still do not think that the Bracknor deal is in the best interest of shareholders. i understand why AVO feel it is as they believe it allows them to benefit from an increasing share price as positive news flow unfolds. However, I intend to stay long, but vote against the resolution to issue shares to Bracknor. I will vote yes to the other two resolutions. I would urge all shareholders to vote and, if like me, you hold shares in a nominee account, you can still vote using the following methods: 1) HARGREAVES LANDSDOWN.  Log into the Hargreaves Landsdown website hxxp://  On the right hand side on the home page is ‘my accounts’.  From here you are able to send secure messages. Send a secure message stating your holding and how you would like to vote on each of the resolutions. At the end of the secure message and before sending ask for clarification that your vote has been received and cast. Hargreaves Landsdown 0117 900 9000 2) THE SHARE CENTRE  You can vote on-line via  Below your account summary you will see: “click here to see details of forthcoming company meetings”  A list of all active meetings will be displayed – click on the on the right hand side to view the meeting details and resolutions  Record your vote and click on the confirm button to finish. The deadline for each meeting is shown, this is usually 4 working days before the meeting Share centre usually update shareholder meetings every Friday and make all meetings available for on-line voting wherever possible, Range Resources is already updated so that you are able to vote straight away. Your votes are recorded on the total number of shares held across all accounts (ISA, normal trading account etc) under the same customer number; it makes no difference what type of account they are held in. If the meeting details are not available on-line or you are unable to vote on-line, please e-mail us at: with your clear instructions or call on 0845 6185180. 3) INTERACTIVE BROKERS hxxps://  Log into Account Management  Go to Message Center  Create a New Ticket  Select category Account Services and sub-category Corporate Actions  Then place RRL (AIM listed) in title and a brief message explaining that as a shareholder that you'd like to place your votes for the AGM.  List the resolution and votes. Note; It’s worth noting that Interactive Brokers doesn't have to vote small holdings and may refuse to register the vote. Some pressure can be brought by claiming that you will consider transferring shares to a broker that can assist in the execution of you basic right as a shareholder. Demand to know why it isn't automated and what the min holding is to be sure to have your vote registered. Create enough of a stink and they vote. 4) INTERACTIVE INVESTOR [...]  Log into your trading account  Click in secure messaging  On the left hand side there is a message facility which tell you of corporate action - in fact you can filter all corporate notifications.  Send a secure email with the resolution numbers and your vote for or against and Interactive Investor do this for you. You can telephone us on 0845 200 3637 between the hours of 7.45 am and 9.00 pm, Monday to Friday. Update with regards to Interactive Investor - message from the secure mail:  We would require you to provide us with your voting instruction by return secure message, or by calling the number below, for any AGM/EGM or other meeting, called by a company in which you hold stock in your nominee account.  We require a minimum of 1 weeks notice of any AGM/EGM date in order to guarantee your instruction, and any request given after this period will be done on a best endeavours basis. As an execution-only broker, we do not issue notification or voting forms.  Should you have any other enquiries then you can continue to write to us by secure message. Our response time is usually 1 working day however, we would appreciate the opportunity to answer your enquiry immediately. You may therefore wish to call us Monday to Friday, from 07:45 am until 9:00 pm on 0845 200 3637. 5) MOTLEY FOOL SHARE TRADING Phone 0845 609 0006 or email to register your vote in accordance with MFST terms and conditions: “7.5 If you ask, we will arrange for you to:  vote by proxy (by telling us how you want the votes to be exercised by the nominee).  We will only use any rights we have to vote for you when you tell us to do so.” hxxps:// 6) KILLIK & CO hxxp://  Follow the link  Sign-up for “shareowner services” at the bottom of the page and follow instructions on how to vote 7) TD WATERHOUSE hxxp://  Each new event will be placed in your Voting & Information Mailbox and they will be listed in date order with the most recent at the top of the list. You can also sort the list by clicking on one of the column headings.  To view an event or place your vote click on the link on the 'Type of Action' column, for example 'VOTE', on the row of the company/event that you wish to view.  Note: If you click on an event in the 'Type of Action' column you will be redirected to an external website powered by Global Proxy Vote and Broadridge.  If you wish to unsubscribe to this service you can do this at any time. Simply log in to your account, go to Account Administration/Voting & Information Preferences and click on the 'Unsubscribe' button.  The above standard guidance does not appear to apply to Range, as subsequent detail suggests: “Subscribe online to receive all information electronically. You can view the documents and vote in your Voting and Information mailbox. Shareholder materials will be received electronically directly from the company in which you hold shares. Your chosen preference for the receipt of this information will be used wherever possible, but in some circumstances an alternative method may be used. Please note that the Voting and Information is only available for participating UK companies.” [RIG bold and italics].  It is therefore suggested that shareholders contact TDW on 0845 607 6002 or (from outside the UK) +44 161 819 6467 (Mon-Fri 0730-2100, Sat 0900-1500 GMT) in order to register their proxy vote. This has been known to work OK in the past. Not sure on their deadlines at present but best to aim to get your votes registered at least a week before the AGM. 8) NATWEST STOCKBROKERS hxxps://  Log into your account,  Go to Maintenance/ Voting & Information Preferences and click on the Subscribe button.  Your account will be start receiving notifications around 2 days after you subscribe to the service.  We will then notify you by email of any upcoming events in shares held in your account and you can choose to send proxy votes or request to attend the meeting yourself.  Please ensure that your email address is up to date. Otherwise you will not receive your Voting & Information emails.  This service is free and is available on our BrokerLine Nominee, Self Select ISA and Monthly Portfolio Builder accounts 9) HALIFAX SHARE DEALING hxxp://  To request to be able to vote please contact us by telephone on 08457 22 55 25 or by internet via our Web Chat service after signing into your account.  We will forward you notification for all companies where you hold stock as and when they are received by Halifax Share Dealing.  You can choose to either attend the meeting yourself or send us your voting instructions which we will submit on your behalf. Ability to vote is enshrined under Halifax T&Cs: “11.12 If you ask and where available, we will arrange for you to: • vote by proxy (by telling us how you want the votes to be exercised by the nominee company). We will only use any rights we have to vote for you when you tell us to do so.” hxxp:// 10) EQUINITI SHAREVIEW hxxps://  If you have an old style portfolio then just log in and select 'Company Meetings' from the left-hand menu.  Details of current meetings where you can send an instruction online will then be displayed.  Just click on the highlighted text to confirm your instruction.  If you have a new style portfolio then any company where you can send an instruction will have a 'Vote Now' link shown under the company name on your shares page  simply click this link and use the online form to submit your instruction. If you would like any further information contact us on: 0871 384 2030 (UK), +44 121 415 7047 (International) Lines are open Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5.30pm; excluding UK Bank Holidays. Calls to our 0871 numbers cost 8p per minute plus network extras. 11) BARCLAYS STOCKBROKERS hxxps:// To arrange a proxy vote (where Barclays vote on your behalf), please call us on 0845 601 77 88 or send us a secure email as follows:  Login to your account online  Select 'Contact Us'  Select 'Contact us by email'  Select ' General enquiries'  Select 'Other' in the primary enquiry category  Please fill in the 'Your enquiry' box with the name of company, date of meeting (if known), proxy vote or attendance(yes/no), account number where holdings are held & quantity of shares held.  Finally, Click 'Send enquiry' As the proxy vote needs to be lodged with the company registrars 48 hours before the meeting, please allow at least 7 business days notice to ensure we have enough time to arrange this for you. 12) IWEB SHARE DEALING To arrange a proxy vote (where Iweb votes on your behalf at the AGM) sign in to your account and chat directly to a member of our customer services team. Our instant chat facility is available Monday to Friday 8am - 6pm (closed weekends and English bank holidays). Alternatively Call 0870 412 7060. Our call centre is open Monday to Friday 8am to 9.15pm (closed weekends and English bank holidays). Arrangements for proxy voting are free 13) ALLIANCE TRUST There is an online proxy voting service provided by our Registrars. hxxp://  Here you can register to receive communications electronically  An e-mail is sent to you when the document is available.  The e-mail will provide a link to a web page where you will be able to access and download the communication.  Whenever notice of a meeting of shareholders is sent out, you will be able to cast your vote here. 14) SELFTRADE Judging by some bulletin board commentary, Selftrade appear to be reluctant to offer the service of voting on your behalf. We would suggest that RIG members with Selftrade contact them to badger them to see if they would allow a proxy vote on your behalf hxxp:// As a last resort we would recommend RIG holders move their shares to a broker who allows simple electronic voting 15) IDEALING Judging by some bulletin board commentary, Idaling appear to be reluctant to offer the service of voting on your behalf. We would suggest that RIG members with Idealing contact them to badger them to see if they would allow a proxy vote on your behalf hxxps:// As a last resort we would recommend RIG holders move their shares to a broker who allows simple electronic voting. 16) LLOYDS BANK DIRECT INVESTMENTS (LLOYDS SHARE DEALING) Shareholders who are set up to receive voting papers should have received these around Friday 8th November – one for their investment account and one for their ISA (if applicable). These must be completed and returned in order to arrive at the Lloyds office in Leeds no later than 0900 on Wednesday 20th November. If you have not received papers then you may like to contact Lloyds on 0845 606 0560 (open Mon-Fri 0800-2115, Sat 0900-1300 GMT) - or by using the online help or email facilities - in order to have papers sent out or to otherwise have your proxy vote recorded, which used to be possible under the old Lloyds TSB Sharedealing umbrella which operated until earlier this year. 17) SVS SECURITIES Details awaited. 18) HSBC INVESTDIRECT HSBC will vote on your behalf either by:  Telephone (0800 328 1298),  Secure messaging on the HSBC website hxxps:// HSBC require 3 days notice prior to AGM and a vote needs to be made for all resolutions. 19) SIPPDEAL . Please be advised that in order to process a vote at an AGM, we require you to send your instruction via our secure messaging system. In the message, please state the date of the meeting, and how you would like to vote for each resolution. Please send your instructions at least 10 working days before the date of the meeting. hxxps:// General enquiry: 0845 54 32 600 (lines are open 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday)
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