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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 -2.66% 6.40 6.30 6.50 6.575 6.40 6.58 708,731 11:06:38
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 6.1 -0.0 0.1 80.0 28

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06/3/2020
22:17
The new byotrol, all clear 4 in 1 is selling faster than corinvirus spreads on a cruise liner! Every product line sold out and unavailable on Amazon apart from 11 left of the new one. Over 4000 available when I posted the new product a few days back.
loafofbread
06/3/2020
18:30
1gw, "That is me signing out now on the byotrol thread for a while. No more trade disclosures, no more analysis or presentation of the bull case - for a while at least. Evidence on other threads where I have been pursued by STT is that it is now almost impossible for me to post " Surely, any sensible person would then stop posting for a while on the thread in question, ie SLN and continue here... Unless of course, you're in the dumping phase of these and so don't want to seen doing so and pumping SLN, where you need to continue to post.. ;-)
sikhthetech
06/3/2020
17:01
Yep, I definitely got that wrong
brownson
06/3/2020
16:57
Shame but understandable, your posts have always been very informative.
slicethepie
06/3/2020
16:43
1gw, It takes 2 to discuss the merits of an investment... Obviously, you don't want to post now you're selling, just ahead of end of March... The fact is your well written bull case always appeared and you sold day or 2 later...likewise, your disappointments on rthm when the share price fell, as predicted by me and others.... and you have a history of it, as can be seen in the lse post below.. Funny that.. from lse: Skindle Posts: 756 Price: 224.00 No Opinion 1GW_Wed 19:07 Our esteemed co investor has an uncanny ability to judge the right moments to buy shares in STU and the right moments to sell. I take my hat off to you. Could you let me know please when we can next expect an uplift. It's not a coincidence that people on lse say the same thing, is Stopping posting doesn't change the evidence.. Like Barky, you've been outed.. ALWAYS BEST TO READ BOTH BULL AND BEAR POINTS...
sikhthetech
06/3/2020
16:30
I've bought some back at 3.5p there. I can also report that I received a nice bottle of byotrol All Clear 4 in 1 via Amazon earlier this week - first time I've actually had byotrol product to use. That is me signing out now on the byotrol thread for a while. No more trade disclosures, no more analysis or presentation of the bull case - for a while at least. Evidence on other threads where I have been pursued by STT is that it is now almost impossible for me to post without the thread getting cluttered up with stuff that detracts from proper discussion of the company involved. So at least on byotrol I'm going to step back. Happy to receive personal messages via ADVFN if anyone wants to discuss offline.
1gw
06/3/2020
16:24
You flatter yourself, if you look closely my reply was to brownson, your mate, who made a rather spectacular prediction about covid 19.
slicethepie
06/3/2020
16:10
ah Slice, arrives and posts within 1 min of my post...that's fast, even faster than superman... Have you anything to say about the continued selling?
sikhthetech
06/3/2020
16:09
I think any credibility you had was shot down by your earlier post!Post 4538 The number of new cases of covid is declining rapidly. I fear byotrol has missed the boat. If they have cranked up production they will soon be stuck......
slicethepie
06/3/2020
16:08
There were large sells earlier in the week... Even more bizzare that 1gw and his mates haven't made any comments since the large sells... all of them arrive together, all of them disappear together... strange that... ;-) It's as if COVID-19 outbreak is history...
sikhthetech
06/3/2020
16:04
Bizarre that Byot is down. This should be their dream scenario.
brownson
05/3/2020
09:10
Talking about Medimark.. Mudbath, Does your mate have an update on MS? mudbath8 Sep '19 - 19:22 - 3663 of 3684 0 2 1 <...> Because I have it on good authority that trading and profitability at MS is running above forecast. <...>
sikhthetech
05/3/2020
09:02
Excellent news.
brownson
05/3/2020
08:22
Byot products available at Medimark website
mutley28
05/3/2020
08:20
1gw "You can be fairly sure that any companies looking seriously at being that investment partner will be running probabilistic as well as deterministic models to put a value on the product." They have been looking for a partner for months.. By the time they find one and set up the supply chain, the outbreak will be over.. MISSED window of opportunity..
sikhthetech
05/3/2020
08:18
Sikh mate you get about. Don’t you frequent SLN as well or is that just me?
volsung
05/3/2020
08:16
Byot lost the Tesco contract, Byot based sanitiser sold out at Boots for 4 weeks, trial finishes in Target stores this month, only supply 20+hospital.. Supply chain problems..possibility of No Deal Brexit in 3 months..
sikhthetech
05/3/2020
08:02
Sik, How is industrial production fairing in China. Are they all back at work? You see, there is a price to be paid for reducing corona infections....
a.fewbob
05/3/2020
08:01
Ah, but STT is still stuck with his single deterministic base case that it's not going to be a serious problem. This apparent inability to process uncertainty and risk is behind a lot of the problems he has on these bulletin boards (and probably with his own investing decisions) imo. --------------------------------- 18 Feb '20 - 21:19 - 4521 of 4760 Edit 0 3 1 Again, stt, you appear to be betraying your inability to understand or process uncertainty in the context of investment outcomes (as was so clear when we were discussing TLY, or indeed RTHM). The most likely outcome may well be that the outbreak never really gets going outside China - and I sincerely hope that is the case. But to me a 20% chance of "notable widespread cases" in the US would be very significant in the context of byotrol seeking an investment partner for byotrol24. You can be fairly sure that any companies looking seriously at being that investment partner will be running probabilistic as well as deterministic models to put a value on the product.
1gw
05/3/2020
07:47
>> STT The reality is that the cat is out of the bag because there are now lots of cases with no direct link to a known infection. That means it is in the general population quite widely and the number of cases in Europe and the US are about to mushroom. So the virus is going to spread everywhere; the only question is at what rate. If we can slow it down that will be a good result but of course just lengthens the crisis. That is the reality and saying anything else is just deflecting from the truth!
nobbygnome
05/3/2020
06:47
Please get back to your gang and continue pumping tly, I'm enjoying the ride!
slicethepie
04/3/2020
20:53
"China is recording so few new coronavirus infections that South Korea looks like the new center of the epidemic" The huge increases in new cases didn't last long in China. How long before the rest of the world also sees a huge drop in the number of new cases... I hope it's very soon... https://www.businessinsider.com/coronavirus-new-cases-soar-south-korea-slow-in-china-2020-3?r=US&;IR=T
sikhthetech
04/3/2020
20:36
1gw, Seems like the Chinese could have the virus outbreak under control... Byot missed the golden window, AGAIN....
sikhthetech
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