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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Amryt Pharma Plc LSE:AMYT London Ordinary Share GB00BKLTQ412 ORD 6P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 167.50 165.00 170.00 167.50 167.50 167.50 814 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 49.2 -56.5 -72.8 - 300

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/6/2021
14:03
Yep good news, not long to wait until we find out PDUFA date.
bermudashorts
02/6/2021
13:39
Excellent the CVA's might actually come into play
waterloo01
28/5/2021
18:55
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mfhmfh
25/5/2021
21:45
1:40 dollar per share
alphabravo321
23/5/2021
23:51
I hope so, bazworth. Would be good news for my CVR's. My largest holding now is an investment trust, GPM. I'm very bullish on gold & silver and GPM is a geared play on gold & silver because it invests in the miners. I edited my post above, to include (or unluckily!), so it now reads "Luckily (or unluckily!) I have never been tempted by cryptocurrencies. I remember there was an AMYT holder who was a frequent poster on this bb back in the last bull run and then collapse in Bitcoin and alt cryptos in 2017/2018. I think he lost money on an alt coin and ended up selling his AMYT shares.
papillon
23/5/2021
19:25
Happy to hold and add a few at these levels!! Could well be a cracker of a year for AMYT!!
bazworth
23/5/2021
18:36
There's a fair bit of price resistance around £2, bazworth. I expect the AMYT share price to take off again as we get closer to FDA approval for the EB treatment and the probable circa US$100m "fast track" sale proceeds comes into play. Exciting times ahead for shareholders. I still have my 15,000 CVR's and will probably buy AMYT shares when they get above £2 again. Luckily (or unluckily!) I have never been tempted by cryptocurrencies. It looks like the bubble has burst as this 3 month candlestick Bitcoin chart shows. A Bearish H&S pattern formed around 8 days ago and circa 30k was always a possible intraday short term price target. It happened on Wednesday following the adverse news from China. I'm tempted to think this news leaked and was acted upon before the Chinese authorities issued the news. Either that or savvy investors saw it coming. Charts cannot predict the future, but they do record current market sentiment and that can give a guide to the future (delta0091, please note). Many of the alt cryptos have suffered bigger percentage falls than Bitcoin recently (though Bitcoin is currently around half it's all time high) . ETH & ADA are less than half their respective highs recorded not much more than a week ago https://uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=chartscreenshotshow&u=eb1aZ1m4QccJCHxf9RQN2vOqas+MoDhm
papillon
22/5/2021
08:45
Some very large trades are showing. A few appear to be buy & sell i.e. cancellations. Interesting times ahead!!
bazworth
22/5/2021
08:17
Slowly recovering lost ground
alphabravo321
13/5/2021
00:25
Lol... Who's the angry one ?
delta0091
10/5/2021
13:07
To reiterate, delta0091, I did NOT use wisdom, or my charts when I sold those AMYT shares on Wednesday before Nasdaq opened. I used my COMMONSENSE! I have already said that I was going to buy more AMYT shares after seeing the takeover RNS @ 12:30pm. But I thought it would be a good idea to see what the yanks thought of the deal so I looked at the Nasdaq pre market quote for the ADS's. That changed my mind. I decided to sell rather than buy. My decision had absolutely NOTHING to do with wisdom, or charts. Do you understand that delta0091? Can your tiny brain understand that? I only had 4k of shares. I never gamble much more than £10k on a share, unless it's an investment trust, because of past experience. I have 15k of AMYT CVR's so expect (hope) to receive more AMYT shares in the future.
papillon
09/5/2021
16:38
Stick to your Ichimoku or pikachoo charts or whatever you call it.. but don't use fundamentals and chartingi interchangeably to suit your hindsight wisdom.
delta0091
08/5/2021
19:27
If I was smart, bazworth, I'd have bought the leading cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin and Ethereum, a year ago! I didn't, so I'm definitely not smart. Ethereum is currently up another 9% today. It has a Mkt Cap of 440bn. Which is amazing to me since it only exists on a computer. The Ichimoku charts of Bitcoin and Ethereum, by the way, have been strongly bullish for a year and are still strongly bullish. You're right about the AMYT directors. They have a lot of skin in the game, but they are looking to the future, not the short term. I presume Ray Stafford is looking to the future with his recent big buy. It's generally acknowledged that a share purchase, even a large one, by a single director is often not a buy signal, whereas sizeable buys by all the directors at the same time is. Which is why, on Wednesday, I purchased shares in SOLG & PUR as well as buying more GPM. Both SOLG & PUR directors have all recently put their hands in their pockets. I still have an interest in AMYT's future since I have 15000 CVR's. So I will still closely follow AMYT.
papillon
08/5/2021
16:45
papillon, Thanks! I don’t follow charts nor do I look at overall sector performance - you clearly put more effort into this than I do, hence you are possibly smarter! As I’ve already said, my understanding is that the acquisition is a good one and the overall pre-acquisition business is performing well. I have a good number of shares and I’m happy to hold for at least another 12 months. I cannot imagine the Directors pushing a deal through that will damage their financial well-being. Although I don’t have the figures immediately to hand, I recall that the Directors have a very healthy interest in the share price performance. We all act differently for numerous reasons. I sincerely hope that you do well with whatever decisions you have made or choose to make in the future. Cheers!!
bazworth
08/5/2021
16:10
For your information, bazworth, it's not a question of being smart (I detect your attempt at sarcasm), but of acknowledging the FACTS! I had 4000 AMYT shares on Wednesday morning and I didn't see the RNS until around 12:30 pm, 30 minutes after it was released. I also thought the acquisition looked good news and initially I was thinking of buying another 1000 shares, but thought I'd wait until there was a pre market quote on Nasdaq. When I saw how far the ADS price had fallen on Nasdaq I got rid of my 3500 shares in more than one trade as I was waiting to see if the pre market Nasdaq price recovered from that big initial fall. It didn't recover. PS I did have 6000 AMYT shares, but sold 5000 well over a month ago when the Ichimoku chart first started to go bearish. I bought back 3000 after Ray Stafford bought shares. PPS I'm determined not to fall in love with a share again. Been there, got the tee shirt! I still like a gamble and at the moment I'm gambling that precious metals and uranium will see big rises in the near future, but I prefer investment trusts to individual shares these days. That way you get a portfolio of shares immediately, you don't have to research them and anyway most of the gold and uranium miners are listed overseas. Regarding biotechs in particular, IBT, an investment trust specialising in biotech companies, has performed dismally so far this year as is reflected in it's strongly bearish Ichimoku chart. The weakness of IBT shares indicates to me that biotechs, as a sector, are not currently flavour of the month with investors.
papillon
08/5/2021
15:20
“Why should you find the AMYT share price fall baffling, bazworth?” Perhaps I’m not as smart as you paps!! I reckon though that the performance pre acquisition is good and will continue and that there is value to be had post acquisition too - that’s why I’m holding on!! From my perspective, AMRYT are making excellent progress and that will hopefully be recognised in the share price at sometime. I’m in no rush!!
bazworth
08/5/2021
14:05
I am assumung shareholders get to vote on the deal. Frankly, I'm not sure I will vote for a 20% haircut although I am sure it will get waived through.
whatno
08/5/2021
13:56
Why should you find the AMYT share price fall baffling, bazworth? I find it completely logical when you consider AMYT had to pay a substantial premium to Chiasma shareholders to acquire the company. That must reduce the value of AMYT shares if Chiasma shares were already fairly valued before the takeover was announced. It's normal for the share price of the acquiring company to fall if the acquisition is of a large size relative to the acquirer and a large premium has to be paid to acquire the company.
papillon
08/5/2021
13:45
5 years ago AMYT shares were originally placed at 24p after a 1 for 8 consolidation. Since then there has been a further 1 for 6 consolidation. That gives an equivalent original placing price of 144p. At today's share price that means around a 16% gain for those who took part in the original placing. Not a great rise, but better than a loss. The jam will likely come, delta0091, but it hasn't arrived so far for LTH shareholders.
papillon
08/5/2021
13:22
It is jam tomorrow for AMYT shareholders, delta0091, since they haven't had much jam since AMYT first listed 5 years ago after the RTO of FAST. The original AMYT placing, 5 years ago, was at 24p. Since then we have had a 1 for 6 consolidation. Do the maths, delta0091 and you will see that AMYT has been a poor performer for long term holders. I no longer fall in love with shares. I agree the future looks bright for AMYT, but that has yet to be translated into profits for long term holders. Of course it could be worse because the AMYT share price is at least higher than it was 5 years ago, so LTH's haven't lost money.
papillon
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