Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Biome Tech LSE:BIOM London Ordinary Share GB00B9Z1M820 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 510.00p 490.00p 530.00p 510.00p 510.00p 510.00p 711 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 6.2 -0.4 -10.0 - 12.05

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19/10/2018
02:05
more davidosh spam
sefton1
18/10/2018
22:23
Just to let you all know that Biome will be exhibiting and presenting at our MelloLondon investor event in Chiswick W4 next month on the Tuesday. MelloLondon is a two day event and starts on Monday 26th November through to Tuesday 27th November. You can find out more here... Http://melloevents.com/mello-london/ There will be 65 quality companies exhibiting and presenting plus some very well known investors, entrepreneurs, fund managers and market commentators providing excellent keynote talks on a range of investment subjects. A number of investment workshops will be available each day and a ShareSoc MasterClass on the final day.
davidosh
11/10/2018
20:51
Good recovery today on a bad day for the markets. Still well and truly undervalued here
jmf69
11/10/2018
08:10
Back to 400 soon?
marmar80
10/10/2018
10:37
Biome is in the top 5 in Europe and top 3 company in UK from this what I know
marmar80
10/10/2018
09:34
Lots of big boy competition in the field JMF69 as shown in your link. htttps://bioplasticsnews.com/bioplastics-companies/
vaneric1
10/10/2018
07:58
http://bioplasticsnews.com/2018/10/10/future-plastic-cutlery-bioplastics/
jmf69
06/10/2018
13:44
"story stock" is a reference to a company with a multi-million dollar valuation before they have even made any significant revenues, let alone profits. In other words, a great story about future potential which is not backed up by current fundamentals and hence significantly overvalued. Stanelco in it's previous incarnation was a good example, and there are plenty to choose from at the moment. What you don't appear to realise is that Biome now represents excellent value and I'd suggest is very cheap on fundamentals and prospects. It ticks my two main criteria i.e. it's cheap with a very healthy balance sheet (good value) and growth is impressive and building. In other words you're buying a value stock with excellent growth potential. It's an exciting stock. hTTp://michae1mouse.blogspot.com/2018/09/buy-one-get-one-free-bogof.html "Well in short, the company boasts two divisions. Alongside the Bioplastics division sits the Stanelco RF Technologies Division which designs, manufactures and supplies fibre optic furnaces largely to customers in Asia. This division is currently highly profitable, and in the 6 months ending in June produced an operating profit of £1.3m. Now take a moment to consider that operating profit in the context that the whole company is valued at just over £12m. That is stupidly cheap!" "As far as I'm aware, the interims were the first time in the company's history where they produced an operating profit (£200,000). Put that alongside a strong balance sheet which boasts £2.3m in cash and zero debt then Biome still looks exceedingly cheap." Above are two extracts from my blog. The extracts are based on the last interim report and use figures to justify my enthusiasm. If you can use some figures to illustrate your negativity then please feel free to share them below?
michaelmouse
06/10/2018
13:43
it's a nice idea marmar80, but then you're relying on government to do something and bioplastics don't really solve the fossil fuel use either, farming is just as fossil fuel reliant
jasperthemonkeygod
06/10/2018
13:40
and you now have a jaundiced view of the company and it's management. spouted by an intellectually challenged avatar with poor literacy skills. 'and it is management' ?
jasperthemonkeygod
06/10/2018
13:04
I think you need to look closer to the history michaelmaouse, I too was interested in the technology and invested a small amount here (Stanelco at that time) but got out after years of promises failed to materialise and share price consolidations that made my holding almost worthless. Not sure what you mean by 'Story stock' is that some boiler room jargon?
vaneric1
06/10/2018
12:00
Imo. Best scenario for Biome and its patented technology would be to convince government to approve their technology as best for the country future and implement it across the industry. Gov to provide grants to plastic producers changing technology to biome type and introducing plants to utilise the bioplastics safely.
marmar80
06/10/2018
11:35
Like so many investors/traders you bought the shares of a "story stock" when they were hugely overvalued and you now have a jaundiced view of the company and it's management. That's sad because it means you're missing the turnaround when the shares are now suddenly stupidly cheap. The turnaround is evident in Biome's results, balance sheet and forward contracts and prospects. The tide has turned on plastic and Biome are ideally placed to take advantage. I've watched this company since it was Stanelco and it isn't the same story at all. As I've written in my blog, I'm very interested in the Bioplastics story to which I've ascribed zero value in Biome's current market cap. I think the RF division alone justifies it's lowly valuation. This would also be a feel good investment if they contribute to saving the planet, and shame on those trying to talk the company down with lies and falsehoods just to try and line their own pockets.
michaelmouse
06/10/2018
09:35
That paragraph you've copied from Biome could be a damn near item written five or six years ago michaelmouse, it's the same story that's been peddled year after year, "jam tomorrow", "things in the pipeline", "international goods companies", have all been used many times before...…R30;……230;...if only they actually came to anything. Ask Begorah88 or Sirmark they've been here as long as me since 2001 and still waiting to get even a tiny fraction of their investment back.
vaneric1
05/10/2018
20:45
hTTp://michae1mouse.blogspot.com/2018/09/buy-one-get-one-free-bogof.html Further trading update early in November. Have a good weekend.
michaelmouse
05/10/2018
20:39
LOL. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/biome-technologies-BIOM/share-news/Biome-Technologies-PLC-Interim-Results/78177398 "It was noted in the July 2018 trading update that two projects in particular are advancing encouragingly through the development phase and, if successful, could lead to substantial revenues in 2019 and 2020. These projects are both with new customers. One of them has now completed its technical development phase in the USA and commercial production is expected in 2019. The second project, being developed in continental Europe, has passed an important milestone in recent weeks and work continues to support an aggressive launch timetable with the customer with commercial revenues being anticipated in 2019. Additionally, in recent weeks an initial six-month feasibility study, supported by an international consumer goods company, has been completed and discussions are underway regarding a product launch in 2020." Perhaps you ought to inform the three companies mentioned in the interim results. I'm sure they'd be fascinated by the factually incorrect nonsense spouted by an intellectually challenged avatar with poor literacy skills. Lovingly yours The mouse.
michaelmouse
05/10/2018
18:32
BIOM's bioplastics don't have any solutions to the plastic proliferation in that, it doesn't degrade unless composted aggressively and industrially it can't be recycled as far as I know, and the danger is it gets mixed up with plastic that can be recycled, thus contaminating that not sure many newbies get this, tbh the expresso single use pod things is a blind alley - these will get phased out, 'single use' being the key there but hey ho, have a good weekend
jasperthemonkeygod
03/10/2018
21:15
Check out @BiomePlastics's Tweet: http://twitter.com/BiomePlastics/status/1047510391029415937?s=09
jmf69
03/10/2018
16:20
Trading update beginning of November.
michaelmouse
03/10/2018
16:18
It's a another bull point and thanks for highlighting. Their ambitious growth targets are based on more normalised trading patterns in the RF Technologies division i.e. if this exceptional period of expansion continues then outperformance will be massive and if it doesn't then growth will still be highly impressive. Bioplastics division is thrown in for free at the moment imo.
michaelmouse
03/10/2018
16:10
In the outlook statement: "RF Technologies operates in a highly technical, export-led and established market for its products. It is making the most of the demand in this exceptional period of expansion, albeit the likelihood of continuing on the present trajectory is not anticipated in our current strategic assessment of RF Technologies."
gwr7
03/10/2018
12:03
Profit taking around 5.00 is a good price to get back in
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