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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Byotrol Plc LSE:BYOT London Ordinary Share GB00B0999995 ORDS 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.125 2.01% 6.35 6.30 6.40 6.575 6.30 6.33 2,259,037 14:47:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 6.1 -0.0 0.1 79.4 28

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15/2/2020
16:39
sikth..... but the world has changed - Corvid-19 is for Byotrol the silver Lining - that is if they can lever the opportunity and meet what should be a fantastic demand for product - The USP - 24 hour virus kill - Once stocked it should be a no brainer to keep listing - at least until the world has forgotten Corvid-19 - though by then a new pathogen may well have emerged -
pugugly
15/2/2020
12:12
The trial at Target in US was announced 18months ago...Yet in that time it was never rolled out to all Target stores... In fact, they announced they were close to signing a 2nd retailer last May, yet nothing happened...Why did those negotiations end? Why announce that they were 'close' to signing a deal when they weren't? For many years, they had a contract with the 'major' supplier, Robert McBride plc, yet they lost that contract recently. Will it be any different this time??? US trial at Target: "We continue our search for a partner for Byotrol24 in the US and have engaged professional advice to assist. Sales at Target continue to increase year on year and month on month, but are not large enough to justify continued, national marketing spend by us even at very small levels. We are now preparing for the trial at Target to finish at the end of March 2020." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/byotrol-BYOT/share-news/Byotrol-PLC-Interim-Results/81386580 May 2019: "We are also now close to securing an additional new national retailer trial in the US." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/byotrol-BYOT/share-news/Byotrol-PLC-Trading-Update/79868900 Robert McBride - supplier to TESCO: "Post year end we came to the end of our licence relationship with Robert McBride plc and therefore to supplying surface sprays to Tesco. This was an excellent arrangement for us for many years, but it has now run its course and we expect to generate higher margin opportunities with better brand equity from other consumer initiatives. " https://byotrolplc.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Byotrol-Annual-Report-FY-2018-19.pdf
sikhthetech
15/2/2020
11:59
Yes, Slice, and I would hope they can put the same model in place in the US. ie partner with a "giant" or at least someone (even private equity) with deep enough pockets to support the product with a significant level of sales & marketing. And ideally someone (like SC Johnson here) that already has manufacturing/packing and supply chain arrangements in place so that they can capitalise quickly on the current high demand for such products.
1gw
15/2/2020
11:59
Slice, Byot initial patent was around 25yrs ago... Their IPO was 15yrs ago.... There have been several different virus outbreaks in 25yrs and yet currently they supply to only 20+ hospitals.... Seems more like SCJ are looking to expand their product range... It may or may not lead to new hospital contracts... NHS already have processes and procedures to deal with outbreaks.. Given there's inertia within NHS trusts to try new products, especially during an outbreak, it could be some time before there's any news on new hospital contracts..
sikhthetech
15/2/2020
10:57
Sc Johnson has sales of over $10bn yet has to buy in technology from a micro company like byot would suggest our tech is unique. Further evidenced by the deal with solvay another v large company.
slicethepie
15/2/2020
09:39
Surely this - taken from the full year results - is going to be important:Invirtu alcohol-free hand sanitiser increased across all Professional customers. At year end our products were in over 20 UK NHS hospitals, including 2 total conversions from suppliers of alcohol-based products. We are pleased to report here that post year end we completed a supply agreement with SC Johnson Professional Ltd, whereby Byotrol will now be supplying the Invirtu formulation to the UK and Irish health services, exclusively under SCJP branding. This will result in increased volumes of our product to more healthcare professionals and users, supported by premier league marketing, logistics and sales-support
the ghost who walks
14/2/2020
18:16
But if you insist on setting yourself up again, stt, a word to the (not so) wise - those operating pump and dump schemes generally don't give a blow by blow account of their trading activity. Do you not see the logical gap (some might even say stupidity) in assuming that I am operating pump and dump but also believing that I am telling the truth about my trading activity? Today I was looking to sell the shares I bought speculatively on 31st January. In the post where I declared that purchase you may note that I acknowledged the risk that the price might fall back when the twitter/bulletin board frenzy died down, but I thought it had legs and so was going to try to ride the spike for a while. As it happens, I sold only a smallish proportion of the ones I bought on 31st January, and my 31st January purchase was a small proportion of my existing holding. -------------------------------------------------- 1gw - 31 Jan 2020 - 15:47:07 - 4108 of 4431 I've decided to buy more, taking some at 2.27p, to experience averaging up instead of averaging down. Possibly rash, given the spike and twitter/bulletin board frenzy, but I'm betting this has legs now. … In terms of the "ramping" that's going on, I think there is a risk of the price falling back when the circus moves on, but on the other hand the volume must have provided a good opportunity for any existing overhang to have been shifted.
1gw
14/2/2020
18:15
Sikhthetech – you really have no shame do you? Wasn’t being proved wrong when you suggested I was selling when I was claiming to be buying enough humiliation for you? -------------------------------- Sikhthetech - 14 Nov '19 - 13:56 - 3841 of 4430 1gw, "I've added some." Funny, there's no trades prior to your post, is it an invisible or delayed publication?. Trade just appeared timed at 1.49pm, 150k 'sell'? You selling whilst claiming you're 'adding' and saying that the AGM went well... Lol… ----------------------------------- 1gw - 14 Nov '19 - 14:16 - 3843 of 4430 Edit 2 x 500k buys (at 1.72p, timed at 13:26 and 13:27). Probably delayed reporting by 1 hour.
1gw
14/2/2020
17:28
1gw, You couldn't get the high share price today.. Oh and you only sold a tiny amount.. so it can't be a pump/dump... Honest guv... :-)
sikhthetech
14/2/2020
16:26
There's bound to be some easing this afternoon before the weekend comes to a close. Good, quick profits will result in some closing of positions ahead of the 4.30pm end of week, although likely to be a strong start at Monday's opening and a whole new week ahead. f
fillipe
14/2/2020
15:42
I see BYOT products as ones that will save lives myself. All about prevention surely
techair
14/2/2020
15:18
It feels to me like the (presumed) big buyer may have stepped back when the price got to around 3.5p and we're now being driven by smaller orders. In the end I managed to sell less than 2% of my holding at about 3.3p, and that felt like hard work. I tried to get the 3.5p+ on quote and deal, then went "fill or kill" at 3.4 (below the bid) but wasn't filled and eventually settled for a couple of small quote & deals. Still, my first ever sales of byotrol achieved and at a healthy profit. It will be interesting to see if the buyer comes back as the price falls this afternoon, or whether they are done - in which case will we get a holdings notice next week? Then how will sentiment develop over the weekend, and will the company come forward with any news - or even be pushed by the nomad into a comment on the share price move?
1gw
14/2/2020
14:44
Kcowe, " major breakout in europe or the uk.... this stock will fly ." You wishing that on your family and friends then.. Money more important than life eh!!! Says everything about the pump/dump gang on here..
sikhthetech
14/2/2020
13:44
Yay, let's hope thousands die so I can buy a new car.....not
lucyp00p
14/2/2020
12:57
A more modest 4.5 would be more realistic;yet who knows ?
mudbath
14/2/2020
12:54
139 posts to go! We will soon be able to sing the green bottles song!
slicethepie
14/2/2020
12:37
Should see 6p next week
letmepass
14/2/2020
12:35
a major breakout in europe or the uk.... this stock will fly .
kcowe
14/2/2020
12:30
Look at the chart... Previous spikes around Feb/March before the company newsflow brought the share price back to earth... the share price is around the last spike from a year ago before the long decline..
sikhthetech
14/2/2020
12:26
Yes, indeed so! Presumably sales must have already roared ahead and it's just a case of (buying before) .... the official news to be issued. Likely to come with next Trading Update - normally in March. Possibly, given the exceptional circumstances, that may be brought forward. f
fillipe
14/2/2020
12:21
love this price action... no retracement as yet ...
kcowe
14/2/2020
12:03
All this and no news yet..wait until sales increases
letmepass
14/2/2020
11:57
Edit, (for clarity). Highest ASK on show is now over the 4p....4.06p. Lowest ask showing ....3.48p. Actual deals are within both the best bid/ask on show, although only very, very marginally so. f
fillipe
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