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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Alliance Pharma Plc LSE:APH London Ordinary Share GB0031030819 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.68% 73.50 73.30 73.50 74.00 73.00 73.50 290,377 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 135.6 32.9 5.1 14.4 390

Alliance Pharma Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/9/2020
06:50
Also reduced my holdings substantially. I've done very well out of APH and still hold, but I can't see it going anywhere at the moment, although I may re-visit when we have more news
2vdm
22/9/2020
16:44
AMUNRO- What stock did you buy to replace APH, did it work out o.k. for you?
winnings1
22/9/2020
08:54
Tesla is an interesting one. Are they are a car maker or innovator of next gen technology like self driving cars and batteries? As an investor sometimes you just need to follow the market, make money, with the view to getting out when things dive. Its all about managing risk. I got out of APH as I want the money to grow faster than APH offers.
amunro
22/9/2020
08:38
I consider APH a sound and quite safe stock in the turbulent markets - of which we have seen some signs yesterday, and almost certainly more turbulance to come, IMHO. In fact, also in the unit trusts terratory, I am mainly invested in the health sector (e.g. Schroder Global Healthcare unit trust). I would, for example, not touch a madly overvalued stock like Tesla, where there is a chance of an implosion some day. We are living in weird times, some shere prices rising out of the pan, yet no certainty anywhere. Take care, keep healthy. Cheeers, WS
winnings1
22/9/2020
08:24
Yep. Still holding and not really expecting anything amazing to happen, just holding for the long term (they are in a good market for the future) and also hoping nothing dire happens.
scooper72
22/9/2020
08:14
Seems the investors are dead on this one... Anyone still there?
amunro
02/9/2020
09:24
Not long before an update on 22nd Sept.
2vdm
10/8/2020
13:12
Re my previous message, I just had a look, and in my opinion it was a sale recorded an hour or two after the actual event/sale.
winnings1
10/8/2020
13:07
If an up-to-date purchase (i.e. today) the price would be up, a sale then down, But it could be a correction entry from a deal a few days ago, in which case it explains the then fall in the share price.
winnings1
10/8/2020
12:31
someone just bought or sold 500,000 shares. Not clear from the Trades page. Anyone know?
2vdm
07/8/2020
16:51
Trading gained momentum towards the end of H1 and further improvement is expected in H2. Net debt reduced by £7m in H1. Year end profit is expected to be in line with market expectations. (See July Trading update) Sounds and feels good enough to me.
winnings1
06/8/2020
21:57
buywell once more plays the DA The update was not inspiring as the share price since has proved and the inference in it, is IMO that if Covid cases continue then sales in certain areas will likely continue to fall as they have done in H1. This company keeps on buying others and as a result Net Debt is now sitting at GBP 52.2 Million buywell thinks in the current Covid climate Net Debt punts of circa 25% or more of Mkt Cap are best avoided --- it is a little rule buywell has self imposed IMO dyor
buywell3
06/8/2020
12:41
Share price currently just around 70p, that is cheap in my view. Chairman and his wife bought in June at 77.7p, and at that price the shares were inexpensive, they now look distinctly cheap. I topped up and may yet do some more. Medicines will not go out of fashion.
winnings1
09/4/2020
10:05
2vdm, I'm sure APH have their eyes on prospective struggling competitors, but as the integration of Nizoral won't be completed uhtil June I just thought that they should concentrate on getting that integrated before taking on further acquisitions. My own thoughts are that in future many previous company development strategies may need to be rethought. First priority - survival. A company with no debt and a cash pile can better survive any market shocks and not only keep investors happy by continuing to pay dividends, but perhaps be even better placed to buy struggling competitors. Let's hope that after all this Covid-19 is over APH pay a special dividend to their loyal shareholders equal to the pulled final dividend to reassure us.
scillyfool
08/4/2020
07:07
Massive share options (SEE TODAY'S RNS) must in due course have a considerable negative effect on EPS...?
winnings1
08/4/2020
06:36
Scilly, although what you say makes sense, there may be some excellent products/companies that find themselves struggling and APH may be in a position to acquire them/their products at a knock down price. It's a balance to be considered.
2vdm
07/4/2020
08:40
I think we are going to see a changed world after the Corona virus is defeated. This may be the time for Alliance to take a step back in terms of acquisitions and consolidate their financial position. Investors in future will be looking to invest in companies with little or no debt for a few years. Conserving cash is a sensible move provided it is used wisely by paying down debt.
scillyfool
07/4/2020
06:56
Great set of results for the year ended 31 Dec. Profits up and a strong cash position. No problem with stocks/distribution although they are taking the prudent view with next year's results being weighted to the second half. Dividend suspended to preserve cash and borrowing down again. Well done to the BOD.In this time of gloom and uncertainty it's good to see something positive.
2vdm
30/3/2020
20:58
Seeing the bottom of this bear market is going to be difficult with the US lagging in the coronavirus spread. The convential wisdom is to only buy "when there is blood on the streets", I'm not looking forward to that in the US and certainly hope that doesn't happen here. The financial basics of APH still look sound to me. It's just a question of timing now.
scillyfool
23/3/2020
10:01
Down 5% again, but useful point you make ScillyF. I topped up again this morning having sold some secure funds. Might have to wait for 12-24 months, but this will go back up again in due course and it's just mkt sentiment and general virus scare that will eventually subside once containment, vaccine etc is seen to work imo. Happy to wait.
2vdm
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