Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bioventix 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
  -97.50p -3.64% 2,577.50p 2,530.00p 2,625.00p 2,675.00p 2,560.00p 2,675.00p 3,257 16:02:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 7.2 5.8 96.4 26.7 131.42

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21/11/2017
08:20
Bioventix Daily Update: Bioventix is listed in the Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BVXP. The last closing price for Bioventix was 2,675p.
Bioventix has a 4 week average price of 2,375p and a 12 week average price of 2,195p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,950p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,292.50p.
There are currently 5,098,656 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,235 shares. The market capitalisation of Bioventix is £131,417,858.40.
16/10/2017
13:02
walbrock82: Another good performance from Bioventix. Here is my analysis: Breakdown of results Results came in better than forecasted at £7.24m vs. £7.1m. Most of their sales come from royalty and license fee (£5.3m) with R&D and product revenue making up the rest. Pre-tax profit increased to £5.7m, compared to £4.2m giving the business a high margin in the 70s. The biggest surprise is the dividend announcement of a second interim dividend of 31p and a special dividend of 40p. Balance sheet A great balance sheet with cash making up 60% of total assets. No debt and no pension deficit. Cash Flow The balance sheet is neat with high levels of cash inflows and the only cash outflow is basically rewarding shareholders. Talking of dividends, this paid the company is paying 91p vs. 62.5p (including the special) Including the special, the yield climbs over 3%. But what impressed me the most is the 50% dividend growth helped by the special dividend increasing 100%. Is Bioventix fully-priced in? When you see revenue of £7.2m vs. the market cap. of £142m it looks pricey. And, despite EPS Growth averaging circa. 26% (which is typical of a sustainable rate for a small business) the market has raced ahead of itself. Market metrics such as: EV/EBIT = 27 times, now down to 24 times, the 6-year average is 13 times. PE = 40.7 times, now down to 29 times, the 6-year average is 19 times. PB = 17.3 times, now down to 14.1 times, the 6-year average is 7.3 times. PS = 25.8 times, now down to 19.7 times, the 6-year average is 10 times. On the flip-side: If you are a L-T investor, then you thinking five or ten years ahead. My advice is if Bioventix can sustain their business model, then we can make a hypothetical forecast. Assuming net profit grow by 20% for the next five years, then on current valuation, then PE comes to 11 times. And if the company keeps their current PE ratio of 29 times, you are looking at a share price of circa £70 per share! Things to be cautious Looking at Bioventix business and financials, I get the sense of feeling that their technology is reliance on a few talented staff (the company employs 15 people). So, staff safety and morale is paramount to Bioventix continuous success. Another is the entry of new competitors. Given the low cost of entry (all you need is the talent), then there is no guarantee of success if another business develops a superior product. Final Thoughts It reminds me of Rightmove with their high operating margin and low asset maintenance costs. Unlike Rightmove, they have vulnerabilities because the probability of staff accident can be fatal to future business success or a competitor muscling in (low cost of entry). So, in many ways they are competitive, but with a few speculative features lingering about. I think £20 per share or 21-times PE is good value. Interested in other companies’ updates and results, then click http://bit.ly/2ypK3dk
28/9/2017
11:47
stepone68: Yes it's always been last traded price on Yahoo, which is bad enough. But 2500? When was the last trade at 2500 for BVXP? If you look at the link I put above, it still shows 2500 as the price, but the Bid/Ask are at 2700/2775. It normally updates after the markets close. So when I updated my spreadsheet about 5pm yesterday, it went to 2700. But when I refreshed it again about 10.30pm last night, suddenly it dropped to the 2500, where it has remained. Bizarre. Never mind, as long as the real share price is going up... StepOne
28/9/2017
08:07
stepone68: MAybe a daft question, but can anyone tell me the BVXP share price? My spreadsheet pulls data from Yahoo Finance, which is showing 2500p, as is a portfolio watcher app I use. See hTTps://uk.finance.yahoo.com/quote/BVXP.L?p=BVXP.L The graph above implies 2750, as does digital look. It's not the first time Yahoo Finance has been way out - is there a reason for this? StepOne
06/9/2017
19:42
soundsplausible: With the share price so high do you think the company might go for a share split? With the continual good news (re higher profits, huge margins, low cost base etc.) must mean Bioventix is on more people's radar. Liquidity must be a deterant, just like the daily spread and high share price. So who's for a share split being a surprise announcement when results are due?
11/8/2017
10:42
stepone68: Bit of excitement in the share price for the first time in a few months. Some interest ahead of a trading update this month?
09/6/2017
08:36
a1samu: With the £ weak, resulting in more profits, for this company, this share price should be going up not down on account of the pound? In any event, this company is not threatened by any outside factors or are the Chinese commencing their unique tests and swamping the market with their cheap processes? This should be going up not down!
11/5/2017
13:15
valhamos: The share price increase at AIR I would suggest would have happened regardless of the share split in January and in fact it was increasing out of its range from August 2016 (when I made my last purchase and I still hold) as a result of a strongly positive trading update.
11/5/2017
12:21
carcosa: There is sufficient evidence to confirm that when a share price rises to the levels we are seeing with BVXP that a share-split does indeed attract new investors. It happens more frequently in America where the stock (shares in British parlance) price alone can be used as a rough and ready valuation tool against other stocks within the same sectors. Is it logical? Perhaps not. Personally I do not much like share-splits as it appears to result in more volatility which I dislike. Still, if investing was all about logic then we would not be having so much fun...
11/5/2017
10:47
referencepoint: Like the fact that it carries a high share price (think Berkshire Hathaway). More importantly is the very low number of shares in issue circa 5m. Any good news creates the usual demand for shares with very limited supply. Consequently this can create a disproportionate favourable price movement. (However, the opposite is also true following bad news) so you really need to bear this in mind when selecting companies to buy. Bioventix will outperform over time.
11/5/2017
10:34
panic investor: certainly brings in other punters (the ones that look at a share price and think its expensive) I've the same problem, if you can call it that with ASCO NMC etc
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