Biome Technologies Investors - BIOM

Biome Technologies Investors - BIOM

Buy
Sell
Best deals to access real time data!
Level 2 Basic
Monthly Subscription
for only
£62.08
Silver
Monthly Subscription
for only
£17.37
UK/US Silver
Monthly Subscription
for only
£30.59
VAT not included
Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Biome Technologies Plc BIOM London Ordinary Share GB00B9Z1M820 ORD 5P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-10.00 -4.35% 220.00 08:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
220.00 220.00 220.00 230.00
more quote information »
Industry Sector
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

Top Investor Posts

DateSubject
31/12/2020
09:13
slicethepie: Share price would be much higher if they treated their shareholders with respect, the fund raising they did was disgusting and excluded those investors who had supported the company over many dismal years.
04/11/2020
17:56
michaelmouse: Two key differences. 1) Pricing - It's my understanding that Bioplastics are now less cost prohibitive than before 2) More importantly - consumers were fairly unconcerned and oblivious to the damage that oil-based plastics were doing to our environment. In the past two years they've become far more aware and want to go green (hence the growing revenues for the Bioplastics division). This also feeds into pricing because it means companies/consumers are actually prepared to pay a little extra if they feel they are doing their bit to save the planet. Even if you couldn't buy or sell within the spread (which you can) it does actually encourage us long termers because it puts day traders off but more importantly, if Biome are ultimately successful, then the shares will multi-bag (spread becomes pretty irrelevant), otherwise it'll be very difficult to sell. Long live illiquidity for long term micro-cap investors.
24/9/2020
07:23
pugugly: Reminds me that these have been hanging around almost as long as the ancient Connemara was hanging about Galway Bay. If there was any REAL development value here I would have expected a vulture fund to have taken them out ages ago. Even pocket money for many ultra high net worth investors. So why pour more good money down the drain when you could buy the company.
30/7/2020
07:01
michaelmouse: Yes this is all about the Bio-plastics division which grew by 53% in the first half, although RF will be a useful contributor again when conditions improve. Their biggest market for Bio-plastics is the USA and, "The Bioplastics division now has a range of products with a more predictable and improving growth profile and is selling in the USA predominantly, into a buoyant home-delivered coffee sector. Its orderbook now extends further forward than the division has ever experienced before" Micro-cap (tiny), highly illiquid but very strong growth potential for buy and hold long term investors.
30/7/2020
06:17
begorrah88: Total Group revenues for the first half of the year, including government grant income, were GBP2.6m (H1 2019: GBP3.6m), in line with the Board's expectations. So, 27% down on last year in line with expectations? Oh, I see, you mean the adjusted 'expectations' you had after the end of the 1st Quarter. 'The Board has sought to provide investors with as clear a view as possible on its expectations for the Company during this exceptional year. During the first half of 2020, the Group's two divisions performed in line with the expectations communicated and considered appropriate by the Board in April 2020, during the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic' Gotta laugh at Mines and his lifestyle company Never mind - Jam tomorrow as always. Bioplastics up £800k on H1 last year and only lost £600k cash to buy those additional sales!
13/10/2019
23:56
davidosh: Just to let shareholders and potential investors in Biome know that the management team will be exhibiting and presenting on the first day of the two day Mello London investor conference in Chiswick London W4 on Tuesday 12th and Wednesday 13th November and there will be an opportunity to take part in a Q&A at the end of each presentation. These are just a few of the companies taking part... https://melloevents.com/event-mlexhib/ There will also be lots of quality keynote speakers, panel sessions and round table discussions looking at investment strategies & portfolio diversification plus sessions on.... How does a market maker work your share trades? What is undertaken in a company audit? What is hidden on the dark web? & how can retail investors get access to placings? https://melloevents.com/event/ If you would like to join the thousand investors at the event you can gain 30% discount on your ticket by entering the code ADVFN30 when you purchase your ticket.
25/1/2019
14:34
michaelmouse: post 1053 - "For the avoidance of doubt, I started to accumulate BIOME in April 2017 and am happy to hold for the longer term." Just looked at your posting history rob, did you forget about your earlier posts perhaps? https://uk.advfn.com/forum/search?q=robward&post_poster=on&post_post=on&index=posts&thread_id=22879281 You were a holder in April 2016 apparently when the share price was £1.85, but the share price quickly fell to 85p. You then went silent for a year. Not implying anything of course, but it does illustrate that it's often best to hold a longer term view, according to IG 81% of their clients lose money. Luckily I don't know any trading avatars on ADVFN or twitter that appear to fit in that vast majority. Or do they just have selective memories? ;) Anyway for the avoidance of doubt, genuine long term investors don't care about short term fluctuations other than to accumulate. ATB.
24/1/2019
08:54
michaelmouse: post 1001 - Bioplastics have looked promising, but they've never had such momentum than they have going forward from now. Eliminating single use plastics is becoming a big global issue. Potentially, the opportunity for Biome is massive. This paragraph is key for serious investors:- "These include the rigid ring project for the coffee market that continues through its testing phase and is now expected to contribute to sales in Q2 2019 (rather than Q1 2019 as previously indicated); disposable cutlery for the US market which is designed to meet much higher user performance standards; a novel material for a single served pod being launched into the nutrition market; and a plastic film based product for the North American market. Customers' interaction and engagement with these projects is high." Up until now Biome have only served the US single serve coffee market, as far as I'm aware.
24/1/2019
07:49
robward: Market cap will be nearer to £13m by end of the day. Alot of new investors have appeared recently who probably expected the high growth rate of RF to continue. I expect a sell off first thing. Everything to play for in the longer term but as we know long term isn't what most investors look at !
23/10/2018
20:55
loobrush: Well Biome has dropped a fair bit on very small volume of trades mostly small sells as investors panic a bit and with a small free float this can have a significant effect on the share price. I think investors will regret selling at this time. Although the market is very volitile companies like BIOME are special situations and can make signicant gains if good news is announced that affects their future profitability Recent news shows how well they are doing and when contract news of one of the major projects comes out the shares will be in for a big rerate. The is also the strong possibility of new news on contracts for their biodiposible products that they specialise in that could come out at any time.
ADVFN Advertorial
Your Recent History
LSE
BIOM
Biome Tech..
Register now to watch these stocks streaming on the ADVFN Monitor.

Monitor lets you view up to 110 of your favourite stocks at once and is completely free to use.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P: V: D:20210127 08:34:18