Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Innovaderma Plc LSE:IDP London Ordinary Share GB00BT9PTW34 ORD EUR0.10
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -1.74% 56.50 40,735 11:36:07
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
55.00 58.00 57.50 56.50 57.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 10.12 1.11 5.51 10.3 8
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:42:03 O 4,000 55.00 GBX

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Innovaderma Daily Update: Innovaderma Plc is listed in the Health Care Equipment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IDP. The last closing price for Innovaderma was 57.50p.
Innovaderma Plc has a 4 week average price of 54.50p and a 12 week average price of 54.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 90p while the 1 year low share price is currently 30p.
There are currently 14,496,633 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 28,519 shares. The market capitalisation of Innovaderma Plc is £8,190,597.65.
teddy boy1: When the IDP share price spikes as it has done in the last 2 or 3 days you can be sure that this will shortly be followed by a fall Our happy band of IDP traders have great big smiles on their faces, licking their lips in anticipation. Just see if a right,yet again!
teddy boy1: Don,t much like the look of what is happening to the IDP share price these days!
teddy boy1: GREGPECT -Welcome back. NOT! I think you have got things slightly back to front. The IDP share price has been decimated by you and your shorter friends sellinglarge numbers of shares into the market and hence the M Ms are FORCED to drop the price. This HC dumping shares rubbish is NOT the root cause .Ratherly it is been used as the EXCUSE for what is happening to the share price. Do you think that we are stupid? To keep repeating it over and over again will not convince ANYONE BUT YOURSELVES!
teddy boy1: I must admit to being slightly worried by just how far the IDP share price is being "taken down" .The daily "pattern "seems to as follows- shares (bought the previous day) are being sold into the market first thing and down comes the share price.Then later in the day these same people are buying more shares ready to sell the next morning.This may have a slight effect on the share price.It may rise a little ,but hardly ever to the A M level so hat we are seeing is the share price being whittled down,day after day,until it has reached a level which bears no relationship to the true value of the company.! What can be done to stop this ?Very little in my view until the regulators have built their case. In theory ,when the share price reaches these silly levels, buyers should come in and "fill their boots".However,I still maintain that this share has a restricted number of "fans" but most of these already have more than enough IDP shares -any more would unbalance their portfolio. Eventually the share price will be "allowed " to recover,ready for the next round of shorting but when will this be? I have a feeling that we shall have to wait for the next "snippet" of good news Which will probably ,like the launch of Prolong ,be blown up out of all proportions ,in order that our shorters can re-start their shorts on a decent "high" I realise that there will be a few on this forum who will not agree with me about what is happening.There will be others (shorting on the side) whose purposes are better suited by trying to belittle my "theory"(KEMCHE?) All that I ask is that people watch the daily share price movements for themselves to see if they can see the "patterns" to which I refer. The bottom line is that the share price is way under what it OUGHT to be!
teddy boy1: OPODIO - I cannot decide whether you are part of "the pack" or just a loose cannon coming out with a load of rubbish. If you are the former you will soon be getting your orders for the week- it is time for IDP to be "talked up"again in order that the share price can be "teased" back up ready to be shorted again .Hence I expect to be hearing a lot from my friend BEETROOT who specialises in this! If you go against the grain and continue to do down IDP I will conclude that you are doing your own thing and write you off as harmless! One way or another I expect the IDP share price to finish the week at a much higher level than it ended last week!
teddy boy1: Get in quick and grab some more shares while you still can, at these prices! As soon as investors have had an opportunity to digest the statement PROPERLY and can see the reason behind the static first year sales and can ,at the same time, realise just how good things can be going forward, the IDP share price will rebound and I see it quickly getting back to its pre AGM level, OR EVEN HIGHER!
teddy boy1: Just get so frustrated that the IDP share price has been"messed with" so many times that the current price bears no relationship to what it OUGHT to be! I keep hoping that this will soon be at an end but still it continues! What a lot of people on here do not appreciate is that what is happening here only happens to a handful of shares.It is only because IDP shares are so tightly held and hence the price can be moved quickly by a small number of buys or sells that the practice that I have been banging on about ,works so perfectly. Our problem is that our band of traders have repeated the exercise so often and made themselves lots of money in the process,that they are loathe to leave it alone ! One day soon when IDP are breaking all sales and profits records they will no longer be able to do so but in the meantime they will milk it for all it is worth. I promise that I will give my campaigning a rest for a while as there is little that I or anyone else can do about it (unless my City contacts can make the case to those who are in a position to do something about it!) Investors on this forum should be made aware what is ACTUALLY happening so if only a few people are smart enough to agree with me then my time has been well spent!
teddy boy1: A very light days trading but with more shares bought than sold. It was pleasing to see this week, despite the jitters on the Dow, that the IDP share price has held its own and is consolidating nicely. Looking forward with interest to the leadup to the AGM !
teddy boy1: With the benefit of hindsight I strongly suspect that Greg may have been part of that merry band of traders who will suddenly try to talk up the IDP share price,whilst at the same time buying lots of shares in order to get others on board ,fearful of missing out. When they have achieved their aim they will short the share and then do whatever it takes to try and get it down as far as possible. This would definitely explain Gregs complete turnaround in his sentiments towards IDP. Such people stand out a mile and their views should be avoided at all costs! Hence let no one ignore the big red light which is flashing when Greg posts on this forum or on the LSE one where his antics have also been sussed! GREG -PLEASE GIVE UP .YOU ARE JUST TOO TRANSPARENT!
teddy boy1: I think you will find that IDP is undervalued! Because this share is being continuously "got at" the share price has been whittled away bit by bit. However I am hopeful that a line has now been drawn under the share price at around 110P and as sales start to grow on a weekly basis due to much more exposure to a greater number of potential buyers, the price should start to climb (nice and gradually ,we hope) Could this coming week be the week that the IDP share price starts to assert itself ?
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