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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bioventix Plc LSE:BVXP London Ordinary Share GB00B4QVDF07 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 4,000.00 3,950.00 4,050.00 4,000.00 4,000.00 4,000.00 2,542 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 10.3 8.2 139.4 28.7 208

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11/11/2021
16:11
They don't waste oodles on such presentation nonsense. They bill customers, spend a very little on costs and distribute the vast majority of sales revenue as dividends. And have done for eons now. Best run company on the exchange.
igbertsponk
11/11/2021
16:02
Full list of bvxp rns's here,

https://www.investegate.co.uk/Index.aspx?searchtype=3&words=bvxp

jonut
11/11/2021
15:44
I hoped to find the latest BVXP presentation to investors, but I can't find anything later that 2019. I expected to find it on the BVXP web site, but that gives surprisingly little information.

Can anyone tell me where I can find what I seek?

gnnmartin
23/10/2021
11:33
SP seems to be finding a floor mainly around yield. Finncap with a 4300 target....that would be nice.?
nigeldoug1
21/10/2021
17:02
FWIW ...



- last 6 months recovery confirmed

IMHO.

piedro
20/10/2021
10:57
I do think a buyout will happen here eventually. And if it happens anywhere over £30 I'll be happy enough, with my initial buy at £6 and a top up at 17. It would obviously be a bit disappointing, but hopefully we have time to collect a few dividends between now and then :-)
stepone68
20/10/2021
10:41
stepone68: Thanks for the clarification/confirmation. The question you are asking is puzzling; I'd be interested if anyone has thoughts on this (especially the company, obviously). Perhaps there already are provisions in the existing contract for after 2032 (in case any production is requested), or perhaps not?
vprt
20/10/2021
10:24
This will drop all the way to £30, at which time someone (Chinese) will make an offer for the company.
a1samu
20/10/2021
09:05
Mistimed my buy here - loss now 12% and can't see much short term upside.
May bail and put more into Shell.
Suet

suetballs
20/10/2021
07:02
For the 9 month comparison of FY2021 to FY2020, Roche core lab diagnostics increased 26% so plenty of demand and more to come as we get on top of COVID.
doctor888
19/10/2021
17:50
You're welcome; great if you get full clarity on this point - please share if you do.
vprt
19/10/2021
16:15
Thanks for the link - very interesting. Might drop them a line.
stepone68
19/10/2021
15:47
stepone68:

There might be better info than I have about the Troponin deal. Anything definitive from the company itself would trump what I have. The following comments are taken from Maynard Paton's website (recommended!) and his analysis of the INTERIMS:
hxxps://maynardpaton.com/2021/04/09/bioventix-h1-revenue-up-just-1-to-outpace-wider-ivd-market-as-rd-efforts-narrow-focus-and-p-e-stays-an-elevated-32x/

In his analysis, towards the end (in a bulleted paragraph about "downsides" he writes:
“Profit advances for the next few years resting almost entirely on the popularity of troponin, the income from which will expire during 2032;”

Then in the Q&A at the bottom of the page (scroll all the way down):
"My understanding is the troponin revenue stream will terminate during summer 2032 and will be zero thereafter. At least that was the message given by the chief exec during this ShareSoc webinar (available to ShareSoc members only; question asked at c50mins). The chief exec said the troponin expiry “does underline the need for us to develop new things that have value in 2025-2035.”

vprt
19/10/2021
13:26
I suppose the key thing is that there is 1.2m of revenue which will not be in future results. Troponin is roughly half of that level. Even if it doubles again this year, we will be down overall, so we need Vitamin D to return to growth.

There are a lot of things I like about this company - the long royalty terms, the simple results, the low cost of sales, being in the healthcare sector, the dividend and the quick dividend turn around time (ex divi next week and paid 2 weeks later). But it is highly rated so I think share price growth will be limited from here on (unless Troponin really takes off).

stepone68
19/10/2021
13:11
Hi vprt - do you have a link to your information on the Toponin deal?
stepone68
19/10/2021
09:54
The main thing that has stopped me from buying is that Troponin is the big growth hope, but it is not owned and permanent, it is just a contract - admittedly a very long contract (2031, if memory serves?) but as a long term investor I don't like that the expiry (a big cliff edge if Troponin is successful) will loom larger and larger over time.

I love management's frankness about rabbit and synthetics, but long term these threats also add to my unease about paying a big multiple today. (But will keep watching)

vprt
19/10/2021
09:34
That’s daft. It’s the yield on current price that’s the only thing worth considering
Otherwise how do you compare with alternatives for your money etc.
You could have an investment 50yrs old paying 5000% on your purchase price - means nothing if it’s 1% on the current value
Compare like with like
Look to the future, not the past

The yield here is good though

shouldhavesold
18/10/2021
14:01
I paid 3854p for BVXP this morning.
Averaging up, so my yield will reduce 😊

My thinking was that I expected them to be suffering more than they are and previously they have been marked down on opening only to recover as folks find something to be pleased about.

Anyroadup they are 3910 to buy at the moment, so not much of an effect.

apad

BTW I have also observed them being marked down on the ex div morning and then ambling up during the day.

apad
18/10/2021
13:50
18% yield is having your cake and eating it though.
trident5
18/10/2021
13:36
It's fine to talk about yield on your purchase price but you should also value your holding at that price. Otherwise you are trying to have your cake and eat it.
stepone68
18/10/2021
10:16
Thank you trident5
wildshot
18/10/2021
09:51
Yields 18% for me, superb company!
igbertsponk
18/10/2021
09:38
Fx hedging?

It's just a mechanism for banks extracting execution and spread fees from customers.

Last year it made £0.2m on fx - this year it lost a similar amount.

It's just swings and roundabouts without any frictional costs

trident5
18/10/2021
09:28
My average buying price yield.

Bought some more this morning.

apad

apad
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