Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Deltex Medical Group LSE:DEMG London Ordinary Share GB0059337583 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.00p 0.90p 1.10p 1.00p 1.00p 1.00p 331,220 05:31:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 4.9 -2.1 -0.7 - 4.93

Deltex Medical Share Discussion Threads

Showing 19601 to 19625 of 19625 messages
Chat Pages: 785  784  783  782  781  780  779  778  777  776  775  774  Older
DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/7/2018
09:07
I see that the phantom negative voter has finally worked out what a Klein bottle is, and how much it contains.
arf dysg
17/7/2018
21:35
The share price is 1p and some moron is marking posts down that show investor displeasure at an inept executive team who couldn't sell water in a desert! For goodness sake lol
catch007
16/7/2018
11:05
buywell3, thank you sooooooooooooooooooo much for your contribution Ha ha haaa hahaha hah a HAHA haha HAHA haha haaaaaaa huaaarrrgh huraararaaaargggh fnarr fnarr fnaarrr Cough chortle chortle cough cough puke bluuurrrrrrrgh Oh, no, I've coughed my guts all over the desk!
arf dysg
13/7/2018
14:01
A penny for your thoughts Gents ?
buywell3
06/7/2018
14:12
You could put our profits in a Klein bottle. Sigh.
arf dysg
04/7/2018
14:52
There's lots more where this came from: July 2018 NRA to enter 2022 World Cup: "We'd be unbeatable in shootouts", says spokesman Morrissey cancels shows but ticket sales aren't affected NHS England to remove ineffective treatments but still keep ineffective managers Residents of burning moor complain about smog drifting in from Manchester Cycling's Chris Froome says "Dropping that doping charge is a shot in the arm for me." June 2018 Secret photographs reveal English football team training in barn-door hitting and brothel scoring [There's a "world cup" on, whatever that means] Hamlet undecided about using soft or hard pencil [it took me a long time to get this] Germany begins disastrous retreat from Russia after crushing defeat For you, Fritz, ze cup is over World wonders what the German word for "Schadenfreude" is Autocorrect recognised as a headline writer's worst enema hTTp://www.newsbiscuit.com/
arf dysg
27/6/2018
18:59
Regrettably unless we see a significant new change and focus I just cant see any signs of recovery.....the old adage applies here keep doing the same thing and you will get same outcome yet they never learn that. I sit on losses like so many and have allocated the position as a probable write off … I hope I am proved wrong!
catch007
27/6/2018
15:36
Wigwammer, there's always the all-caps technique. It's quite common on ADVFN.
arf dysg
27/6/2018
14:09
FWIW I tried to buy several millions in this share at 3p a couple of years back when the share price was around 3.4p Lucky for me the trade never was filled , I had it on for several days too As my presence is not appreciated I shall not be a buyer going forwards My worry now is that potential clients looking at the chart and financial state of Deltex won't be too keen to place any orders in case Del;tex now falls into administration when the cash runs out ... hence my cash question Cash burn per month taken from another poster I think it will have to rise to win any orders now
buywell3
27/6/2018
11:56
Doh! You did it again! Try this: H Cnt - gd t s ’r stll kpng th fth. ’v nvr knwn stck qt lk ths n. Wll vr 1m ppl hv bn prtd n sng DM - tht’s vr 1m tms tht srgn hs blvd tht DM wll hlp, tht rgltr hs sd t cn b sd, tht ptnt hs llwd t t b sd n thm, tht t hs wrkd sfl tc. t th mrkt cp sts t sb £6m. Srl thr s sm w f trnng ths nt prftbl bsnss! Fngrs crssd w gt sm (n) srt f ncrmntl gd nws sn..
arf dysg
27/6/2018
11:50
Arf - down votes are proving fortuitous. I'll leave the vowels in, thanks :)
wigwammer
27/6/2018
11:37
Wigwammer, I notice a common theme in your posts which were downvoted: THEY ALL HAD VOWELS IN THEM. If you try posting without vowels: that may stop the downvoting. Happy to help.
arf dysg
27/6/2018
11:35
Hi ticky down, my lucky pal! See you've been over to the RENE board too. So as well as multiplying on HVO, you can see I'm +30% on RENE over a few days. Enjoy ;)
wigwammer
27/6/2018
10:43
Hi Count - good to see you're still keeping the faith. I've never known a stock quite like this one. Well over 1m people have been operated on using ODM - that's over 1m times that a surgeon has believed that ODM will help, that a regulator has said it can be used, that a patient has allowed it to be used on them, that it has worked safely etc. Yet the market cap sits at sub £6m. Surely there is someway of turning this into a profitable business! Fingers crossed we get some (any) sort of incremental good news soon..
wigwammer
27/6/2018
07:21
For info 1H 17 cash burn £106k/month 2H 17 cash burn £97k/month From the results "The Board expects the operating cash profile to improve further in 2018 as a result of the additional cost reductions already made or in hand, a return to sales growth of our high margin products and contribution from new products now available to our customers." Further savings fine but sales growth? I agree with sentiment in posts above - all of the recent cash reductions should have been put in place 5+ years ago when it was obvious that NHS adoption was not going to take place at scale or pace just because NICE said it should! Dave
dj trading
26/6/2018
21:57
--->WIGWAMMER See what I mean about the trolls that keep on posting? That's why I stopped wasting my time engaging them... they don't want serious dialogue. There is no way they are even holders of the stock, so why do you think they spend so much time posting deliberate negativity? I say deliberate because it surely isn't beyond BUYWELL to check that the company is nowhere near a monthly cashburn presently of the figure he states as they have implemented cost cutting, and further cost cutting this year to get them to a cash breakeven point. The idiot also forgets to mention the other very material fact that the company have only just raised a further £2m in the large (and highly dilutive) funding round of this year. Do you seriously think he doesn't know all this when he makes his posts? So why does he continue making them I wonder? Regards, THE COUNT!
the count
26/6/2018
13:54
So with current cash burn ... see recent post 2017 £102k/month How much cash have DEMG got left ?
buywell3
25/6/2018
12:24
Thanks. Nice to know your still watching. +200% ;)
wigwammer
25/6/2018
12:12
To the individual who follows me around ticking every post down. You are my lucky charm! +200% on HVO in a week. Am sure you enjoyed watching that. Please please don't stop ;)
wigwammer
25/6/2018
11:50
Count …..we need investors like yourself to keep pointing out the basic errors of mis management to the executive team ...well done you! The most astonishing thing is that any sensible investor could see the strategy was completely wrong and yet the Directors couldn't. The sales performance is laughable.
catch007
24/6/2018
10:52
Count - the FEDORA trial result should help, along with the ongoing lack of supportive evidence for alternative approaches. When the tipping point arrives is clearly difficult to see, as it has been for well over a decade. But fingers crossed, with a leaner cost structure, the frequency and scale of dilutions will reduce while we wait.
wigwammer
22/6/2018
17:23
An appropriate time to update cash burn. Moving in the right direction but still a long way to go Monthly cash burn (Movement in cash balance + financing) 2010 £95k/month 2011 £157k/month 2012 £162k/month 2013 £197k/month 2014 £220k/month 2015 £180k/month 2016 £198k/month 2017 £102k/month dyor
dj trading
22/6/2018
16:25
--->WIGWAMMER LOL! If I didn't try laughing, I would be crying. I have been pointing out, and in recent years, in the strongest possible terms, precisely ALL the contents of your entire post for the last 4 or 5 AGMs as others will testify. As we were invariably proved right, they have finally acknowledged that they should try living more within their means and try to get a better balance between organic growth and taking on the world. I think the words I put directly to the board in describing their actions, was to say they had displayed a 'breathtaking arrogance' in completely ignoring our warnings over the last few years. I think we are both agreed that we have the best technology along with the best supportive trial results, but changing the thinking in massive healthcare systems around the world was never going to be an easy task. Countless patients suffer complications which, on average, shorten their lifespans, yet too many arrogant physicians continue with their old practices without fear of reproach and accountability... yet! This of course doesn't make any of the countless trolls we have endured over the years on this thread correct. Their attempted 'arguments', on the whole were anything but, and to my own recollections were never factually or logically based or backed by the facts as known to all at the time. Still holding and hopefully Andy Mears can turn things around. I believe it can still be done, and this time living within our means. This approach at least deserves a shot. Regards, THE COUNT!
the count
22/6/2018
09:28
BigT - yes, they have been on a hiding to nothing for some time. I'm pleased someone has been pointing it out. I hope that I am simply misreading the statement and that getting to cash positive remains the priority. The strategy of growing aggressively by losing money and dilution has clearly not worked for the owners of the company ie us shareholders. It seems a nonsense to carry on doing it regardless of all the evidence to the contrary. It is possible that a strategy of less ambitious growth and higher cash generation also fails, as customers lose interest without marketing support. But at least there is a chance. Focus on a smaller number of defensible accounts, spread the message gradually, grow more organically, get to positive cash generation and get the market to reflect the underlying value. Then any further cash required can be raised with less onerous and less dilutive conditions.
wigwammer
21/6/2018
20:11
wigwammer 20 Jun '18 - 12:41 - 9399 of 9403 “husbanding Deltex Medical's cash resources while moving towards cash generation....”; No Nigel. You need to generate cash, get the shares up, and if necessary dilute at a higher level. You do not want to perpetually be “moving towards cash generation” (aka losing money) because the market will not reward you for it. That should have been the lesson from the shares moving from 30p to 1p, but evidently it still hasn’t sunk in. --> Ive been to AGMs etc where THE COUNT! told them a similar thing.
bigt20
Chat Pages: 785  784  783  782  781  780  779  778  777  776  775  774  Older
Your Recent History
LSE
GKP
Gulf Keyst..
LSE
QPP
Quindell
FTSE
UKX
FTSE 100
LSE
IOF
Iofina
FX
GBPUSD
UK Sterlin..
Stocks you've viewed will appear in this box, letting you easily return to quotes you've seen previously.

Register now to create your own custom streaming stock watchlist.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P:40 V: D:20180719 19:36:06