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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
  -0.175 -2.3% 7.425 7.30 7.55 7.60 7.425 7.60 317,685 09:21:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 6.1 -0.0 0.1 92.8 33

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17/2/2020
20:17
chunky 2 mill from friday morning .
kcowe
17/2/2020
20:07
91 to go!! Someone worked out it has taken 2 years to do this many posts, wow !
slicethepie
17/2/2020
19:43
apfindly, agree... apart from that Byot revenues are ONLY £41k from consumer, exc petcare... and their accounts are not qualified... apfindley17 Feb '20 - 09:14 - 4476 of 4486 0 3 3 It's not a cure or a test for coronavirus. It's a disinfectant. The product is unaltered, and will be effective the same as ANY antibacterial or bleach spray you can buy from anywhere. Its misleading and a cheap latch onto the virus frenzy.
sikhthetech
17/2/2020
19:38
you claimed materially exceeded your max... 3.3p to 2.8p makes Byot materially over your 10% max... honest guv.. lol
sikhthetech
17/2/2020
19:33
If you do the maths, stt, you will find that portfolio weight is higher at 3.3p than it is at 2.7p or 2.8p, assuming other holdings are unchanged. But should we get above 3.3p again I will probably again look to reduce.
1gw
17/2/2020
19:25
1gw, On Friday you sell claiming you're rebalancing your portfolio, as Byot MATERIALLY EXCEEDED your max 10% weighting. Yet today you bought back the ones you sold on Friday.. Whatever happened to your max 10% weighting???.. Gone out of the window in 1 day ... Do you not understand the concept of conviction... Just more BS from you and your mates, AS USUAL. tut tut.. ;-) 1gw16 Feb '20 - 12:55 - 4446 of 4483 0 3 1 STT - do you understand the concept of risk in the context of portfolio weightings? Perhaps not given your apparent all-but-all-in on TLY. Since you obviously have been stalking me for some time, you'll know that I have a target max portfolio weighting of 10% in any stock. At the moment I have only 2 stocks that materially exceed that max, being BYOT, 1gw17 Feb '20 - 14:24 - 4480 of 4483 0 3 1 I've sold and then bought today, unable to resist trying to catch the dip. Net result is I've bought back the ones I sold on Friday.
sikhthetech
17/2/2020
16:59
Trophy cabinet......next to the Blue Peter Audit badge
wisecat2
17/2/2020
16:34
95 posts to go .....will you wear the badge or is it one for the trophy cabinet.....
slicethepie
17/2/2020
16:24
Should get the circus come back tomorrow then, eh 1gw.. ;-)
sikhthetech
17/2/2020
14:24
I've sold and then bought today, unable to resist trying to catch the dip. Net result is I've bought back the ones I sold on Friday.
1gw
17/2/2020
09:23
apfindley... is a misleading poster with history of such .
kcowe
17/2/2020
09:18
Is that an apology for your earlier misleading post? Can you provide a link to the image you say has been altered? ----------------------------------------------------------- apfindley - 17 Feb '20 - 07:51 - 4471 of 4477 0 1 2 ... . BEWARE....a Twitter pumper has altered a byotrol product image to make it appear the product disinfects against coronavirus. As always , do your own research.
1gw
17/2/2020
09:14
It's not a cure or a test for coronavirus. It's a disinfectant. The product is unaltered, and will be effective the same as ANY antibacterial or bleach spray you can buy from anywhere.Its misleading and a cheap latch onto the virus frenzy.
apfindley
17/2/2020
08:37
Any idea how/when/where/if new stock will be available state side?
loafofbread
17/2/2020
08:20
Or, indeed, if you do a google search for "byotrol 4-in-1 coronavirus" you get various links to resellers who are listing product claims which include efficacy against coronavirus, such as: Exceptional Antimicrobial Efficacy: o EN 1276 (bactericidal) o EN 1656 (bactericidal) o EN 13697 (bactericidal, yeasticidal, fungicidal) o EN 14349 (bactericidal) o EN 14476 Norovirus, Rotavirus, Influenza A (H1N1, Swine Flu), Coronavirus, Vaccinia Virus o BSI PAS2424 to demonstrate 24 hour efficacy o EN 16438 (fungicidal) o EN 14675 Feline Calicivirus hTtp://www.ttbsupplies.com/byotrol-4-in-1-multi-purpose-cleaner-disinfectant
1gw
17/2/2020
08:09
Or, less succinctly: 'The following language is approved for this web site by the US Environmental Protection Agency in accordance with the Agency's Emerging Viral Pathogen Policy: "Byotrol24 has demonstrated effectiveness against viruses similar to 2019 novel coronavirus-Wuhan on hard, non-porous surfaces. Therefore, Byotrol24 can be used against 2019 novel coronavirus-Wuhan when used in accordance with the directions for use against Feline calicivirus as a surrogate virus for Norovirus on hard, non-porous surfaces. Refer to the CDC website at hTtps://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html for additional information."'
1gw
17/2/2020
08:02
You're not referring to the official byotrol24 image with the "kills coronavirus" sticker for the US product? hTtps://www.byotrol24.com/
1gw
17/2/2020
07:51
....BEWARE....a Twitter pumper has altered a byotrol product image to make it appear the product disinfects against coronavirus.As always , do your own research.
apfindley
16/2/2020
21:03
2 weeks now and Boots still sold out... Loss of potential customers, who will buy alternative products.. Byot need to supply Boots quick... https://www.boots.com/boots-anti-viral-hand-foam%E2%80%93200-ml-10231389
sikhthetech
16/2/2020
20:30
Launched and potential... is not same as is being supplied to...so 20+ hospitals is fact... and the real test is repeated orders and not trials... Like I said in my previous post... Those 20+ Hospitals are more than likely to increase their demand but the rest of the hospitals, some 1500, already using alternative products are more than likely to increase the demand for the products THEY ALREADY USE. There maybe some additional sales of Byot IF their regular supplies has run out.
sikhthetech
16/2/2020
20:15
Likewise keep up at the back sttThink we have a few more than 20 hospitals .....From the interims"SC Johnson Professional has now launched our products under their brand in UK and Irish hospitals and we are very excited about the potential of this relationship."
slicethepie
16/2/2020
20:14
also Shroder knows his mates football and Barky... It's called working in Cahoots. ;-) 1gw - 16 Feb 2020 - 14:48:40 - 4453 of 4467 BYOTROL-CAN DELIVER AMAZING RESULTS - BYOT stt - I still talk to shroder regularly in real life Football and Barky clearly know Shroder and your mates on rthm ... https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=43109485&from=1743#firstpost and their shameful behaviour... https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=43109485&from=1718#firstpost
sikhthetech
16/2/2020
20:09
If anything the NHS/Govn are advising more to use NHS 111. So there should be an extension of services for NHS 111 providers... Do you know any companies who provide NHS 111 services??? ;-)
sikhthetech
16/2/2020
20:07
Keep up at the back, 1gw.... Byot supply to ONLY 20+ hospitals. The NHS already have procedures in place for any outbreaks.. Hospitals are not going to say "we need to extend our services let's look and try a a NEW supplier for our deep cleaning", are they 1gw???? Surely you're not that naive to believe so... Those 20+ Hospitals are more than likely to increase their demand but the rest of the hospitals, some 1500, already using alternative products are more than likely to increase the demand for the products THEY ALREADY USE... There maybe some additional sales of Byot IF their regular supplies has run out... It's call NHS inertia... They are not building new hospitals like they are in China, are they Mr Naive????? ;-)
sikhthetech
16/2/2020
19:52
Missing the point again stt? How unlike you! Since you were (imo) clearly posting a story to suggest that demand for anti-viral cleaning & hygiene products might subside, I was posting one to illustrate a different scenario. What do you think would happen to demand for byotrol and other anti-viral products in the scenario described by the Sunday Times article? For how long do you think demand for these products might be sustained at a very high level in that scenario?
1gw
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