Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Futura Medical LSE:FUM London Ordinary Share GB0033278473 ORD 0.2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 26.625p 26.50p 26.75p 26.625p 26.625p 26.625p 140,139 07:53:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 0.2 -4.5 -3.7 - 32.13

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21/9/2017
10:59
BTW If anyone is looking to get large holding here then but in a fill or kill order for the whole amount. If Peel have access to them you will get them. I know as others have done it on other shares. EG one put an order in for .1 over the bid and got 400k shares (approx £56K) The market won't report the trade though for a day or two. They can do that under the rules. No need to try at this price if PEEL have a good supply. With limited volume if they have a supply they will probably take it quickly. So for those that believe in the share and think this is way undervalued waiting to buy then the opportunity may be before you. Fill or kill, whole amount and below the mid price.
superg1
20/9/2017
20:27
Oh come on sg, nothing to say that we haven't all worked out months ago? OT Anyway 2, just for sg - it's £164K max, confirmed ;¬) So you-know-who got what - £50K max? You should have a word with their nomad!
supernumerary
20/9/2017
20:18
Look at it this way. if anyone loves this share so much and Lombard are selling to lot you can pick up loads cheaply. Fill yer boots as they say. Lombard what have a clue what the company circs are. Clearly they were the ones selling just before the C and D news hit. I thought it was insider trading but clearly not just Lombard. Anyway see you at the next Lombard Tr1 RNS IF Peel stay on the offer. We'll see tomorrow and over the next week. If Peel stay there it will all depend on how many buys you get to trigger the next Tr1.
superg1
20/9/2017
19:48
Is that your only defence to now try and personally discredit me by saying I know others like you on advfn? The evidence of your misinformation Is all over advfn and clearly demonstrates your agenda. You are well known all over advfn as a troll https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/haydale-HAYD/share-chat 02/6/2017 10:06 petewy: >>Timbo. I wouldn't bother with Superg on VRS. I've posted that I've sold out as the shares have dropped from 28p to 19p although I sold out a while ago. My pet peeve no news. Superg then writes yards of copy spaced every other line so your post gets lost and no discussion. Called me a pessimist duhhhhh. If he comes back on here I'm hoping you'll filter him. Back at the ranch we're hold at 190p with ease. Haydale's news service is very professional.
mdi
20/9/2017
19:21
Remember the days of you and your pal LBO LBO29 Mar '06 - 14:47 - 279 of 3023 0 0 Have we all over looked the good news in the budget regarding VAT reduction on Condoms and the positive impact this will have on the upcoming CSD sales. Yep CSD was supposed to launch in 2006. And Liverpool will win the Prem this year. I wonder how much scousers have lost on that yearly bet.
superg1
20/9/2017
19:12
errrrm spamming ???????? It's on 3 2 which are threads I started and post on regularly and this one because it's FUM. That's where I think FUM guys will be. If peel go off the offer then fine. Just keep an eye on them.
superg1
20/9/2017
18:35
Yes we all believe you are putting in the time and effort to go around advfn spamming many bulletin boards on a share you supposedly have no interest in for purely altruistic reasons. http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=40343632&from=7070
mdi
20/9/2017
18:26
MDI What are you on. I'm warning investors that Lombard are bailing out big style. Imo they are unlikely to go aggressive and can only sell into decent volume. What I am saying is IF you get buying and nothing really happens with Peel stuck fast on the offer then it's Lombard selling. Peel are dealing with it. The broker that would normally act between Peel and the supply is not being used, someone has checked. If Peel sit there for a decent time and 1% kicks through you'll soon see via the notification. Normally the trades from the supplier to the MM should show up as late reports EG say 257k which is allowed but for some reason it's not happening with Lombard. You already had your first one at the end of August. I'm going to hunt for the vote form which lists which fund the pension fund buy then through then check those shares for any recent Lombard notifications. As we know Henderson were large holders in various companies and many of them are going to get hit if they are small caps. It's clear out since the Lombard move. That list you stuck up was from months back when I listed the shares jumping around for the trading types on that thread. I only hold one of those and guess what so do Lombard that's how I know. I also know a lot of ex FUM guys and don't know if any are still around. I'm just letting them know what may be on the way. If doesn't move on lots of buying and Peel dominate then Lombard are the supply.
superg1
20/9/2017
18:19
If Lombard are selling out then I'm afraid there is not much we can do about it, especially if it's a shift of priorities (if they are selling other AIM stocks too).. I still think the end game is a take over possibly once phase 3 is done so I'm happy to wait.
aberdeen_investor
20/9/2017
18:05
Superg is known all over advfn for spreading false information to suit his agenda of that of either deramping and trying to buy in cheaper or then ramping when he buys in. Iofina was his 5 year pick and its share price collapsed in the last 5 years and he was supposedly an expert on that too. He is now posting about Futura over many advfn threads and should be reported by all to advfn. http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=27233965&from=2513 superg1 18 Mar '12 - 08:14 Busy stock list. Warning some of these shares could be about to go bust I'm just listing what look like busy shares. Busy = BB activity along with regular or high trading and material price moves in recent days, weeks or months. I've only just started to look so feel free to identify others. Thanks for the Hurricane tip at 10p BTW. On the flip side does anyone want the other end of virtually no activity, static hidden sleepers some of which will become the above list once the herd finds out or news sticks it on a pedastal. Just look at FUM MED has been around for 10 years and works, FUM guys bleating on about it, PR comes along and everyone and their dog is buying it. FUM Futura Medical (Topical meds) SOU Sound Oil HUR Hurricane energy (Oil) DJI DJI Holdings (?) FBT Forbidden tech (internet video software) KIBO mining BOO Boohoo SHG Shanta gold TLOU energy IEH Intelligent energy (fuel cells) Trend shares GMS Gulf Marine (alternative oil rig and general sea based service platforms) FDI diamonds 1-5 year picks SG1 Iofina, Versarien (10p), ??? (TBV not decided)
mdi
20/9/2017
18:02
15p here we come, then.
montyhedge
20/9/2017
17:00
Last Lombard holdings rns 22,857,155 Pension fund holding through Henderson/Lombard 11,563,767 So about 11.3 mill shares coming onto the market if they are selling out and it seems they are. That assumes the pension fund won't.
superg1
20/9/2017
10:46
http://www.drugstorenews.com/article/qa-recent-acquisition-lifestyles-growth-mode
mdi
19/9/2017
19:46
Good work aberdeeninvestor, thank you. rrr
rrr
19/9/2017
19:16
Fellow investors, some information for you on why only one concentration of med2002 was selected for phase 2. 1. In early Phase 1 work at higher doses, a high side effect profile was observed and a decision had to be made on the highest dose that could be used. It is quite common to have a higher side effect profile in Phase I clinics where subjects are in less relaxed surroundings compared to a home use study but it is always a judgement call as to how much the side effect profile will drop and therefore the highest dose that can be tried. 2. The key medical advisors advised against doing a dose escalating study - ED patients get very demotivated if they try a dose, it doesn’t work and they then go back and try a higher dose. For this reason and in conjunction with (1) FUM went for the highest strength single dose they thought would be safe and work. 3. The amount of money that was available for the study The new programme will look at the higher doses and in the efficacy study because these will be parallel groups the problem of de-motivation will not exists because patients will only receive one specific strength dose. Safety will be assessed in the PK study ahead of the Phase III efficacy
aberdeeninvestor
19/9/2017
12:16
Still bleeding...
qruz
19/9/2017
10:33
Glad I sold, turned into a bow wow stock.
montyhedge
19/9/2017
07:50
A lot of advfners remember supergs bullish/sh1t when IOF was over £2 and now it's only 10p. Proves he has no clue what he is taking about and his views change depending on when he is ramping after he has bought in or deramping after he has sold out and wants to try and buy back in cheaper.superg1 - 27 May 2013 - 10:43 - 353 of 41441Beer4 years is far too long imo they would be flooded with cash by then on delivery.The simple reason for the bond was to make cash available now. I understand the loan route would have taken 6 to 9 months.IOF clearly want to go aggressive now on the plant roll out.Take io2 on that last rns, I'm not sure if anyone spelt out what io2 is doing as of this month.They said io2 and 2 going at a rate of .8 to .9 mt per day. We know io1 was on 1mt per week, and from figures I doubt that has changed too much.1mt per week = .15 per day. Taking .85 as the average, io2 has been doing .7mt per day off just 18,700 bpd.Taking the iodine price as $60 kg revenue (it surely is considering chem div mark up) that's $42k revenue per day for IOF.Taking the upper $15 per kg opex that's $31.5k per day profit.$945k profit per month from io2 using May's figures and other figures quoted.So over $10m per year rate on io2 and it's only just over half capacity rate on old lower ppm brines.The ppm's around the area are better than the current brines being used.As Sky says 1mt per is easily achievable when plants are near full capacity.Up to io6 this year, so we could see 5 mt per day for io2 to 6 as we go into 2014.$225,000 per day profit, $6.75 million per month from 6 plants. Then at least 6 more going next year, probably more.Also the hint that there is a slim chance io7 and 8 could be started before the year end.5mt per day is around 1,800mt PA and fits the claim that they will be producing more than the US current output (1500mt) by the year end, as an annualised rate.The bond is simply a fast track cash pile, to act now while the troubles for Chile exist. Iof are simply acting on the opportunity while others struggle.They know they are struggling and need high prices. They also knew, from even just a few months back, that everyone was clueless about what they have.Even the above figures are discounted as we talk 1mt per day, when in reality plants on 30k bpd on certain brines can do more.As on their website they have brines where they can do 450mt plus. They have trying to keep things under the radar, and they are now rolling out on premium ppm's, all in a concentrated area.It doesn't take much to work out what's coming.I think Investec have added 25% down time for plants. Io1 has been running for 98% of the time since last August. So they can more or less turn it off until August now to hit Investec's targetIo2 won't achieve that this year due to that extreme weather (snow) on start up., but it seems it will be high (90% range)and way above 75% run times.In fact I use 90% yields for calculations but it's looks like they will go 95% plus.Incredible tech, and anyone in industry would consider the performance of new big plants, achieving such great results so quickly, is stunning.Industry pay back on outlays is supposed to be 5 years, not a few months.
mdi
18/9/2017
15:43
Mike "What I have always wondered was why on earth they did not trial these at the same time as the low dosage ones" I suggest this is like many drug trials where they start at a low dose and if all is ok then work up from there, largely for safety reasons. rrr
rrr
18/9/2017
14:57
Hi MTB You are correct. The lower dose worked well on mild AND mild to moderate. If you remember cash was running low then too and so the only reason I can come up with is that they wanted to minimise costs... Later on once they shifted through the data (close to a thousand pages if I am not mistaken ) they obviously saw something that clearly excited them which led them to believe a higher strength dose would work on the other ED patients, however the FDA want them to go to an even higher dose than what they originally wanted. I categorise this as positive as clearly the FDA also want to treat the largest patient base with med2002 (safer) as opposed to the PDE5 inhibitors.
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