Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Alex Dav Inv. LSE:ADI London Ordinary Share GB00B28XMY25 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.0575p 0 06:30:08
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.00p 0.00p - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 -0.3 -0.1 - 0.34

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soul limbo: people should be made aware of rampers posting on here.... lying duplicitous ramping charlatans. One of them ramped CLON to high heaven and posted reams and reams of garbage... and then dumped... look at the share price now : Currently at an all time low.
soul limbo: same poster who is now ramping this pos, also ramped clon : Torrid share price performance. Currently at an all time low.
share_shark: nder David Investments PLC Publication Of Admission Document & Lifting Of Suspension Proposed acquisition of Tiziana Pharma Limited TIDMADI 31 March 2014 Alexander David Investments plc (to be renamed Tiziana Life Sciences PLC) (the "Company") PUBLICATION OF ADMISSION DOCUMENT & LIFTING OF SUSPENSION Proposed acquisition of Tiziana Pharma Limited Placing of 16,666,667 New Ordinary Shares at a price of GBP0.12 per share Change of name to Tiziana Life Sciences PLC 300:1 share consolidation Notice of general meeting Alexander David Investments plc (AIM: ADI), announces that a circular, comprising an admission document ("Admission Document") and a notice of general meeting, has been posted to shareholders. Defined terms in this announcement have the same meaning as those in the Admission Document. A copy of the circular may be downloaded from the Company's website at Following publication of the Admission Document, the temporary suspension to trading in the Company's shares will be lifted with effect from 7:30 a.m. today and trading in the Company's shares will resume at 8:00 a.m. Summary The Company is pleased to announce that it has conditionally agreed terms in respect of the proposed acquisition of the entire issued share capital of Tiziana Pharma, which is a development stage biotechnology company. The consideration of GBP7.50 million is to be satisfied by the issue of New Ordinary Shares at a price of GBP0.12 per share, which values the Existing Share Capital at GBP0.24 million, representing a 53 per cent. discount to the Company's share price on 19 December 2013, the date on which trading was temporarily suspended. The Company has raised GBP2.00 million (before expenses) by means of the Placing which will be used to develop the intellectual property rights in Tiziana Pharma and for general working capital purposes. The Acquisition, if completed, is of sufficient size to constitute a reverse takeover under the AIM Rules and therefore is subject to the approval of shareholders at a General Meeting. Tiziana Pharma -- Tiziana Pharma was formed in November 2013 as a vehicle to acquire and exploit certain intellectual property in biotechnology. -- Tiziana Pharma's mission is to discover and develop novel molecules that impact human disease in the area of oncology, with a particular focus on metastatic cancers. -- The first of Tiziana Pharma's programmes seeks to develop a drug for application in the therapeutic area of metastatic breast cancer. -- The intellectual property was developed by Dr Andrea Brancale (senior research academic), Dr Richard Clarkson (senior research academic) and Dr Andrew Westwell (reader in Medicinal Chemistry), all of whom are from Cardiff University. -- The intellectual property focuses on targeting the product of the B-cell Lymphoma 3 gene (Bcl-3), the inhibition of which affects a cancer cell's ability to migrate. Gabriele Cerrone, Executive Chairman of Tiziana Pharma, said: "The spread of tumors around the body, termed metastasis, accounts for approximately 90 per cent. of all cancer-related deaths. The board of Tiziana Pharma believe that there is an unmet need in the breast cancer field for increased efficacy over existing therapies, and that there is therefore a ready market for a novel treatment that is able to improve survival in patients diagnosed with cancer who might progress to metastatic disease. Tiziana Pharma's research team is attributed with the discovery that Bcl-3 has a prominent role in the metastasis of mammary cancers. Furthermore, Tiziana Pharma's lead compound has shown significant anti-metastatic activity in preclinical trials designed to demonstrate the inhibition of disease progression and further spread of metastatic lesions. Aided by the enlarged group's strengthened balance sheet and access to public markets via an AIM listing, we look forward to building on our success to date by progressing this promising candidate into phase I clinical trials, and creating shareholder value growth in the medium and longer term." Enquiries
fenseal3: I find it odd that the company states that they are not aware of any reason for the share price movement, and yet we have had some sells which you would expect from lows of 0.14p since coming back from suspension, and then on the other hand we have buys coming in mopping up the sells, you don't get that sort of trading on speculation....i think ADI are not aware as yet, as to what could be around the corner, maybe Paul Johnson does, nice come back today!
doorway: makes me laugh that they put out a rns stating they have no knowledge on why the rise is happening ...ok lets try and scupper people making money again. i didnt see them putting out a rns when the share price lost 99.999999 of its original price
phreezone: Very quite on here, considering the share price has risen over 40% so far today. Guess it must be too complicated for the rampers and de-rampers ..LOL
share_shark: 16 August, 2012 • Is the gold mining sector about to take off? •China: forget fancy handbags and look to caustic soda •It's time to sell FirstGroup •Yesterday's close: FTSE 100 down 0.5% to 5,833... Gold up 0.25% to $1,603.10/oz... £/$ - 1.5683 From Phil Oakley, across the river from the City Dear Reader, Gold has had a quiet year. Despite the prospect of more money printing by the world's central banks, and minuscule interest rates, it seems that not many people see inflation as a big threat at the moment. But things can change quickly in the financial world. Often the best time to buy things is when nobody really wants them. It's interesting that renowned investors George Soros and John Paulson have been buying gold recently. It looks a smart move to us. Gold is worth holding, if only as a form of insurance against paper money going bad – which it eventually will – if all the printing continues. We certainly see no reason to hold low-yielding government bonds. But what about gold mining stocks? If you believe that you should own gold and that it will go up in price, surely gold stocks are a good investment? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Boost your dividends Most investors don't know this, but there's a simple way you could double, triple or even quadruple your dividends. So whilst everyone else collects a 3% payout... you could pocket 12% or more. It gets better: these dividends are just as frequent as "regular" dividends – they're just much bigger. Start boosting your dividends right away by clicking here. Your capital is at risk when you invest in shares, never risk more than you can afford to lose. Forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future results. Please seek independent financial advice if necessary. Fleet Street Publications Ltd. 0207 633 3600. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Large gold miners have been disappointing investments The logic behind owning the shares of gold mining companies seems quite sensible. By having a slice of the company's gold in the ground you should benefit from leverage. By this, I mean that a rise in the gold price – other things being equal – should lead to a bigger proportional rise in the profits of the gold miner. Of course, the same leverage works in reverse when gold prices fall, which makes owning gold stocks a riskier proposition for an investor than owning the metal itself. But the relationship between gold prices and the price of gold stocks has broken down sharply this year. Have a look at the chart above. It tracks the spot price of gold (yellow line) with the HUI index of gold mining stocks (white line) during the last year. It contains a lot of the major players such as Goldcorp Inc and Barrick Gold. The HUI index includes gold mining companies that do not hedge the price of their gold production beyond 18 months. This means that these companies should see their revenues closely correlated to changes in the price of gold. Yet, as you can see during the last six months, gold stocks have significantly underperformed against the price of gold bullion. But even over a longer period of time, a broad index of gold stocks like the HUI has done worse than bullion. It's been better to own physical gold During the last ten years, the HUI index has gone from 120.8 to 424.3 – an increase of just over 250%. Now that's pretty good, and a lot better than having your money in most stock market funds. But the price of gold has risen from $308 to $1,604 per troy ounce – an increase of 420%. There have been brief periods when gold stocks have performed better than gold but it doesn't look like the leverage theory has worked out in practice. Why? There are several reasons. One is the fact that gold mining companies used to hedge their production by getting another party – typically a bank – to buy their output at a guaranteed price. Scarred by years of low and lacklustre gold prices, they wanted some security for their efforts. As the price of gold surged many companies lost out on big profits because they had already agreed to sell their output for much lower prices. Now, of course, hedging is virtually non-existent among most major gold mining companies. But the other big problem they've now encountered is cost. It's costing a lot more money for mining companies to get their gold out of the ground. Cash costs have soared due to high energy prices and the cost of specialised workers. This has meant that profits have actually been going down at a lot of gold mining companies. It's quite ironic that gold companies that have been seen as beneficiaries of inflation have now become victims of it. Then there's the growth in exchange-traded funds (ETFs), which have made it a lot easier for investors to own physical gold. Some investors have also bought gold royalty companies such as Royal Gold (Nasdaq: RGLD) or Franco Nevada Corp (NYSE: FNV). These companies finance gold mining companies and get a share of their production revenues (a royalty) in return. This means their profits are linked to the price of gold but are not dragged down by cost inflation. As a result their shares have done well, leaving them trading on punchy multiples of expected profits. So when will gold miners live up to their promise? You could say that if gold stocks haven't done what they should have done, then why bother with them? Well, some interesting changes are afoot in the sector. And when gold sees a renewed surge of interest – as we expect it will – neglected gold stocks could benefit. Looking at the table below, the big companies don't look screamingly cheap on traditional measures such as price/earnings multiples (although Petropavlovsk's valuation looks intriguing). However, dividend levels at companies such as Newmont Mining are getting towards a reasonable level as miners realise they need to give investors an incentive to buy the stocks rather than an ETF. Company Share Price P/e Dividend Yield(%) Goldcorp 36.71 (US $) 19.0 1.4 Barrick Gold 34.69 (US $) 8.1 2.2 Newmont Mining 46.63 (US $) 11.4 3.2 Yamana Gold 15.09 (US $) 14.2 1.6 African Barrick Gold 4.37 (£) 9.4 2.4 Petropavlovsk 4.34 (£) 4.7 2.9 With the rest of the mining sector being hit by the slowdown in demand for industrial metals, you also have to wonder how much longer rampant cost inflation will be hurting gold miners. If other big players are cutting back on projects, then the pressure driving up the costs of staff and machinery will ease off. But there's one other major driver that could ignite the sector – and that's takeover activity. The big question is: if the gold assets of these companies are genuinely cheap, then why haven't they been bought by corporate buyers? Well, now it looks as though they might be. Yesterday, Barrick Gold, which owns 74% of African Barrick Gold announced that it might consider selling its interest. This morning it has said it's in 'preliminary' talks with China Gold. I took a look at African Barrick in detail earlier this month in MoneyWeek magazine: Shares in focus: Africa's largest gold producer, (if you're not already a subscriber, get your first three issues free here.) My colleague Simon Popple looked at some other promising gold miners in his recent cover story for MoneyWeek – you can read the piece here: Gold still looks good – but miners look even better. If you're interested in precious metals miners, you won't want to miss Simon's new newsletter, launching shortly. Look out for it.
mchugh01: SS et al I keep an eye on ADI share price. Not because I want to trade/buy any. On the contrary, I would not be involved with anything that Percy Lomax is involved in sine die. He is nothing but a low life and is only in it with his broker pals to see him through to retirement. He has no interest in seeing shareholder value. I still hold one million shares (plus warrants) from my days with Regen, the free ones we were given when Lomax wangled yet another salaried position on the back of his 10 years of failure at Regen. These shares will be sold as and when he manages to con a few more fools into buying shares in ADI and thus providing a much higher share price.
mchugh01: SS et al I keep an eye on ADI share price. Not because I want to tarde any. O
genises: Alby220 remember when RGT announces good news then Adi share price will go up.
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