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GDR Genedrive Plc

1.70
0.02 (1.19%)
18 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Genedrive Plc LSE:GDR London Ordinary Share GB00B1VKB244 ORD 1.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.02 1.19% 1.70 15,155,996 16:35:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.65 1.70 1.725 1.625 1.70
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Coml Physical, Biologcl Resh 55k -5.15M -0.0447 -0.37 1.92M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:04 UT 180,000 1.70 GBX

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Posted at 18/6/2024 09:20 by Genedrive Daily Update
Genedrive Plc is listed in the Coml Physical, Biologcl Resh sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GDR. The last closing price for Genedrive was 1.68p.
Genedrive currently has 115,139,946 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Genedrive is Ā£1,922,837.
Genedrive has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -0.37.
This morning GDR shares opened at 1.70p
Posted at 18/6/2024 13:36 by themachine2
Croots has obviously missed the sub 1.50p price and will hang about on the thread.

Share price will be substantially higher than 2p prior to 10/07/204.

Once the company announces news regarding the approval of CYP2C19-ID then expect the real rise.

Also news regarding more hospital wins could land at any time which will also help the share price.
Posted at 18/6/2024 09:57 by kingston78
The most exciting time is soon approaching for this company. Trading in the shares in GDR will be massive. That will generate more interest in the company. It is true that some existing shareholders will sell (hopefully at a profit), but equally new investors and some existing investors will be loading up. Market makers love huge volume because they make lots of money from the spread. MM actually want to mark up the share price to generate more demand.

Mark my word. It will not be long before the share price will exceed 2 p. Once that barrier is broken there is sometimes what I call a quantum leap, jumping to 5 p in my opinion (back to the level before its most recent decline).
Posted at 17/6/2024 22:01 by socionomics
…an excellent post from LSE: I think he’s got it spot on:

“ Is this a silly theory?

Could PH be holding these shares on behalf of potential bidder for GDR? If they anticipate a big rise as we approach July 10th news PH cd be instructed by their client (buyer in hiding) to buy sell as they see fit both to disguise any such manoeuvre but also to take the sting out of any rise that gets under way. With so many shares they cd heavily dampen even a strong tide of interest in GDR and keep the price low in order to make a subsequent bid look more generous compared to the prevailing share price.

Is that mad or could that be one explanation of what PH are doing holding such a large stake in GDR?

When NICE news for AIHL was due GDR weren’t funded for a year. The potential market for sales is smaller than for CYP2C19 and yet the share price started to rise significantly about 10weeks before the news NICE landed.

This time around GDR has significant cash in the bank. The potential revenue from CYP2 is significantly busier and yet here we are, just three weeks away from news and we’ve had an absolutely brutal placing reducing the share price to 1.5p, massive dilution and the share price has barely risen at all.

This is AIM so one expects shenanigjns but this seems to have been a well thought out plan possibly a long time in the making and our own BoD have I’m sure been fully complicit in putting it into action.

When all said and done I don’t care as long as pis are given a chance to make some money. We know once these things become proper money making companies the pros want rid of retail investors altogether if they can and it seems as if GDR, to my mind at least, has been eyed up by someone for quite some time. Perhaps Budd was ousted because he refused to go along with it and Cheek was brought in as the yes-man to do the deed.

Dunno. All fairly wild speculation but there’s a lot that has happened over the last two or three years that doesn’t make sense here.

On the positive side the BoDs are now invested but perhaps this is their ‘bonus’ for delivering GDR into someone’s hands cheaply. Maybe the potential buyer limited them to the low amounts knowing full well they’ll get their rewards soon enough when a take over happens.

Mad?”
Posted at 17/6/2024 19:50 by bri15
Unless there is a bad news coming leak, which I very much doubt,the share price will be considerably higher by July the tenth,and then once the diciscion RNS lands(and GDR are successful)the share price will really rocket,
Posted at 08/6/2024 15:18 by kingston78
I have observed that when the new shares were issued there was a lot of trading, most of which was marked as "Sell" just because it was slightly below 1.5p. I know for a fact that many of them were "buy" because I bought some myself and my trade was marked as "sell".

On Thursday 6th June market makers marked up the price a fraction although officially the bid/ask did not change. Yesterday 7th June the share price did go up almost by 10% but settled at 7% up. This small positive change is a good sign for the share price. This is a definitive indication that demand had exceeded supply and the bid price rose above 1.6 p. It would appear that more investors are catching on the fact that the company is expecting good news flow in the next few months.

In the wider market on some small caps recently, a positive announcement has propelled their share price by more than 50%, some even 300% on the day. I am looking forward to the day when this happens to GDR.
Posted at 08/6/2024 08:56 by z1co
stark

Many thanks , appreciated.

Over the last few weeks i have done a lot research on this company and subsequently bought very heavily.

They have an exceptional product in MT-RNR1 the only one of it's kind in the whole world.

The share price collapse was as result of shortage of funding , the markets have recently punished companies SAR , POLX , SCE just to mention a few.These companies share prices have rebounded strongly after their placings

Like the companies mentioned above GDR's price will also recover very strongly.

The company will continue to win more hospital contracts both in the UK and abroad.

All the indications from NICE are that they will approve GenedriveĀ® CYP2C19.

Share price from it's current levels has a massive potential to multi fold.
Posted at 01/6/2024 18:31 by z1co
As usual TERMINTATOR is talking a load of bull#cks.

This was a heavily discounted placing at 1.5p and from here the share price will RISE strongly in the coming weeks.

It's almost a certainty that NICE will grant approval for CYP2C19-ID on the 10th July which will give the shares a further upward spike like it did in April 2024.

GDR placing was similar to POLX.

POLX also had a heavily discounted placing at 1p and the share price subsequently increased by as much 50% from the placing price.
Posted at 23/5/2024 13:36 by kingston78
The share price will rise significantly after the fund raise. From my experience of observing price action in similar situations, the price will rise after the fund raise.

From such a low point and compared with historical share price, there is a long way to go up. I am loading more and more shares in this one.
Posted at 17/5/2024 13:55 by kingston78
A company called Sareum where I had a holding (and then added some more at placing) was dropping like a stone from 50 p level, announced a placing price of 10 p each, and its share price then bounced marginally above 10p. Soon after the successful placing the share price recovered fairly quickly to about 20 p, then through to 30 p and reached almost 40 p. Please check it out for yourself (Symbol SAR).

There are always insiders or people who know something about it, short selling to drive the price down. The advisor has no choice but to advise to reduce the placing price. There is little that the directors can do, so the company issues more shares at a low price to get the required amount of money.

Those shorters are laughing all the way to the bank. Those investors who stick to it and subscribe for their entitlement and/ or subscribe for further shares will still make money on an average basis. It is all about timing. Fortune favours the brave.
Posted at 17/5/2024 11:04 by jaknife
hazl,

You talk of matters that relate to charity as if they have a place in stock markets. The two are entirely separate matters.

You blame shorters for the decline in the share price but fail to acknowledge that the company's revenues are trivial, that the losses are enormous and the cash burn is horrendous - necessitating huge and regular dilution of shareholders. These are the real factors that have caused the decline in the company's share price.

And you fail to note that most of this company's "charity" has been directed towards its directors who have stuffed their snouts in the trough for years paying themselves totally unjustified levels of remuneration funded by the regular share issues.

You talk of how you have promoted this share as if this is a moral rectitude but the reality is that you have disgracefully ramped this shares encouraging people to throw away their hard-earned cash. There is no morality in encouraging investors to lose their money by supporting your pet loss-making company.

You are a fool. You shouldn't be investing your own money, you should let someone more competent look after your money.

JakNife
Genedrive share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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