Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Innovaderma LSE:IDP London Ordinary Share GB00BT9PTW34 ORD EUR0.10
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00p -1.82% 108.00p 19,310 14:40:14
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
106.00p 110.00p 110.00p 108.00p 110.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 6.81 0.79 4.61 23.7 15.5

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15/7/201811:14Innovaderma - Global Brands and Huge Markets16,055
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22/7/201708:09Time to Look at InnovaDerma (IDP)2
30/12/201608:20Things to note2
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15/7/2018
09:20
Innovaderma Daily Update: Innovaderma is listed in the Health Care Equipment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IDP. The last closing price for Innovaderma was 110p.
Innovaderma has a 4 week average price of 95p and a 12 week average price of 91.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 401p while the 1 year low share price is currently 84p.
There are currently 14,376,633 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 36,031 shares. The market capitalisation of Innovaderma is £15,526,763.64.
01/7/2018
18:15
teddy boy1: Hope that we see a continuation of last week's share price rise when the market opens again tomorrow morning.It would certainly not be too surprising if this happens. As far as I am concerned IDP is still being very much undervalued and hence it is "fill your boots time" whilst you are able to. I intend to top up again tomorrow and will continue to do so until such times as the share price truly represents this company's value ,based on its terrific prospects I cannot think of many recently formed companies with the amunition to generate the sort of income in a very short space of time ,as IDP. EXCITING TIMES AHEAD FOR IDP!
28/6/2018
18:16
teddy boy1: The usual pattern has been continued here today( nice early share price increase wiped out later) However I do NOT think that this is the start of a decline in the share price.I Still subscribe to the theory that there is still a demand for shares but as they are in short supply the price is being "managed" Hence I would not be surprised if the share price finishes on a high for the week tomorrow evening. IDP,s prospects have never looked so good so we shareholders are in for a very good few months We should all be very EXCITED!
28/6/2018
10:01
kenmitch: The share price is only a steal IF they have the products available and IF they are managing costs efficiently. So far they have failed on both counts partly because trying to expand in to too many products too fast. i.e at present Management failures/weaknesses are behind the disappointing share price fall from £4 or so. So far profits have been lacking. Believe it or not the idea behind a successful company is to have their products available for sale and to sell them for a good profit. So far the expected big profits promised have not happened. Endless posts here saying the shares are a steal but supplying no evidence to back up that opinion are a waste of time and just ruin the bb. IDP could be a big winner IF they start to put right what so far they have got very wrong. So far they have over promised and under delivered. IF that changes the share could indeed rocket and I bought some recently on the off chance they will succeed. BUT share a certainty? No way unless Management competence improves... and the sooner the better for that for anyone holding IDP.
18/6/2018
10:47
teddy boy1: KEMCHE - I can not be "dismissed " that easily . Normally ,when I ask you to knock holes in my so-called theory you bluntly put it down to normal market mechanics. How then, about answering these questions for me ? (a) Why, if there have not been any recent announcements, updates, rumours etc, should loads of people suddenly start a buying spree? (2) Why, when it looks like the price has gone up as far as it can, do all these people suddenly decide that they have made a mistake and the price goes go the way back down again over the next few days? (3) Why does this keep happening over and over again? We can think back to the recent announcement about the announcement about the licencing of Prolong. I agree that this was a reason for the share price to rise A LITTLE bit but by nothing like the amount it did, only to be taken right back down again. Did all these people who bought ,having time to think about it, suddenly decide that perhaps the news was not all that good after all! There is no doubt that a handful of tightly held ,closely followed, shares such as IDP ,can be "worked" in order to make yourself a lot of money, over and over again! Firstly however, you or the syndicate you are in ,must have the money to "throw at the share" in the form of buys and this sets off a buying spree by investors who try and find reasons for the rise ( when ,in fact, there are none!) When the price is as high as they can take it they will then short it, knowing that they can take it right back down again and this they can easily do by simply doing a number of sells .This naturally wrong foots investors into thinking that something untoward is up and a lot of them will sell which again sets a selling trend and before we know where we are the price is right back where it started or even below. There are a number of people on this actual forum who have more or less admitted to this practice and have actually named the shares which they are "working on" As a matter of interest I have done a quick calculation of the money which an "average " investor such as myself could have made in the last 12 months (starting with a 400p+ share price ) if they had sold at the top every time the price was taken up , and then re-bought at the bottom after the price had been taken down and it comes to a figure in excess of £8000. Imagine then, if you have access to a lot of money ,just how much money you could have accumulated by shorting IDP ,time and time again! The fact that they could take the share price all the way up to 400p+ a year ago, with this young company with it all to prove, signified to them just how easy the task was and how it could be repeated over and over again ,until such times when there is ABSOLUTELY no doubt that IDP is going places and that it can maintain that growth. As this will not happen for a while yet ,I can fairly comfortably predict that IDPs share price will see many "forced" ups and downs in the months to come. The leading question is what will happen when we get the next update? I, of course, am hoping that we will be "allowed" to see it as good news and hence the share price will take off .However, it could go the other way! If there is any room for doubt this will be used to take the price down . Lots will jump on the bandwagon ,believing that this company is going nowhere and take their money elsewhere;in which case we will see a "serious" fall in the share price ( don,t forget to set a fairly tight stop loss !) I apologise for going on at such lengths but I truly believe that this is what is happening to this share ( which is a real pity as I love IDP) but see it as my duty to point it out to others before too many more people have their fingers severely burnt!
17/5/2018
12:41
kenmitch: stimuulationengineer Interesting reply. Perhaps worth pointing out that not being an AIM Company does NOT reduce the risk. Carillion was on the main market and in the FTRE100 for a long time and went bust! And AIM Companies like BOO and ASOS have grown and become very successful businesses. Good luck with your very large stake in IDP. I hope it works out for you but you are delusional if really believing Innovaderma is low risk. It certainly isn't! At present they have what appear to be at least a couple of blockbuster winners and if sales of those take off and IF they price them right then profits and share price will soar. But so far there is far too little information on revenues or profits or indeed profit margins. Information they have provided so far has been very high on hype. If the hype proves justified you'll make a fortune. It it's a load of hot air then you'll lose a lot of money. So no way is it low risk and no way should anyone invest more in a share like Innovaderma than they can afford to lose. Already some, convinced the share was about to go to £3 and more very fast and then build on those gains, have come unstuck and some of those will already have lost more than they can afford to lose. Good luck to all gambling heavily on IDP. I've got a small punt that was well in profit but now down. EDIT. Also if IDP was the certain winner that some seem to think it is that would already be priced in and the share would already have rocketed to much higher levels than now. The risks are also shown by the big ups and downs in recent share price. Many won't want to believe anything in this post!
15/5/2018
09:59
teddy boy1: AlAMAISON5 - Your game(and that of your cronies) is now as clear as daylight to me ! When the launch of Prolong was announced it would have been expected for the share price to jump a little ,but lo and behold it spiked 60 per cent. Why did IDP suddenly gain all these supporters? It did NOT.! You and your cronies piled in and threw loads of money at it and it being such I tightly held share the share price went threw the roof just as you had planned. You now want the share price to come down to as low a level as possible to either pick up shares on the cheap or because you have shorted it.What do you do to achieve this? Easy! Nearly every day throw some sales in and of course the price will come down. You have already stated that you aim is to get the share price down to the mid seventies and I have no doubt that if are serious and that if you use this tried and tested method that you will achieve your aim. This share has nothing to do with IDPs performance or prospects any more (if it ever did- remember the ridicious "forced" ride up to 400p + this time last year! For this reason- I am out,as it is like pouring money down a drain. If this share were not so tightly held ,all this would not work for sharks such ad yourself! Hence the moral of the story jhas to be " if you can't beat them, join them "
11/5/2018
11:48
teddy boy1: Its easy to see that the share price is being held back (a large spread to discourage buying !) It is sells the M Ms are after which is at odds with the day traders as they are looking for a nice share price increase in order that they can short it and then take it back down . I said it yesterday and I will say it again "this share is being well and truly manipulated1"! I appreciate that IDP is a tightly held share but there is no way that on todays very thin trading volume that we should be seeing this much movement in the share price ..Extremely frustrating!
08/5/2018
14:22
teddy boy1: Someone said earlier that this share,because it is so tightly held,is easy to trade, and they were spot on! Just keep pumping money in to get the share price to start rising. Many others will then jump on the bandwagon and this will take the share price even higher.With the benefit of hindsight I am convinced that this is what happened last Tuesday. They will short the share when the price is up the top and then start selling the shares they have accumulated bit by bit forcing the share price down and setting up an avalanche of sales.When the share price has dropped as much as they can squeeze out of it they will close their short and this is exactly what has been happening today. Nice easy money if you can get it! No wonder IDP is so popular with traders. What can we do to put an end to all this ? Sadly, absolutely nothing! We can only wait for the company to deliver in a big way which it will,given time!
13/3/2018
00:08
jam4u2: I should add, I reckon IDP will see £10m revs for this FY and that is largely taken account of in the share price IMO. If a new deal does get announced in coming weeks then that will provide a rocket under share price. If no deal is announced then I expect the share price to go towards £1. In the meantime, we all have ProLong to come which should be launched in Q2 of this calendar year. This will no doubt help the share price too.
17/1/2018
17:19
teddy boy1: BOONBOON What has fair value got to do with it? This share has never been allowed to be "normal". I have said it before and I will say it again "this share is regarded as a cash cow by the M Ms." They are not bothered by what the share price SHOULD be! If they wish to create business for themselves they will simply start reducing the share price at the beginning of the day to create sales .At a certain point a few buyers will jump in but most days the sells will outweigh the buys. Then every so often the M Ms will "create "an up- day to relieve themselves of all the shares they have created and to keep us "interested" . On such days you can feel the euphoria on this forum as lots of us rush to congratulate ourselves on "getting it right" by predicting a rise in the share price However, such up-days tend to be short lived! -and so we go on. There are many on here who try to justify what is happening ,pretending that it is normal market behavior but I am NOT one of these.I like to be "true to myself" The sad thing is that there is nothing we can do to stop it! We are completely at their mercy, OR ARE WE? The simple solution is to recognise what is happening and when they start reducing the share price each day for no good reason, see through it all and refuse to be "fooled" into giving up your shares .Its as simple as that !
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