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Microsaic LSE:MSYS London Ordinary Share GB00B547ZY09 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05p -3.57% 1.35p 0 07:30:08
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.20p 1.50p - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.34 -2.89 -1.46 6.2

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19/12/201812:51Microsaic - Another pump and dump disaster79
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2019-01-17 11:48:001.502003.00O
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Microsaic Daily Update: Microsaic is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MSYS. The last closing price for Microsaic was 1.40p.
Microsaic has a 4 week average price of 0.70p and a 12 week average price of 0.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.35p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.70p.
There are currently 456,365,146 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,881,761 shares. The market capitalisation of Microsaic is £6,160,929.47.
parsons4: Topped up this morning, having gone through all the news since the large fundraising. It seems that they have many distribution agreements and stage 2 of the big one which will complete this half year. It does seem then that the next 6 months should be full of news. The weakness of the share price is because the market hasn't a clue what the turnover (and therefore profit) could be in the next 2 years and beyond IMHO.
maytrees: 1332600 msys share buy though has left the bid share price unmoved.
parsons4: Heh stephen2010 have you got nothing better to do. The share price drop doesn't need any help from you !!! much further and I might buy a few more. This is a typical AIM share that has had no news for a long time so all the short-termers desert or run away frightened. But this enables real investors to average and eventually make more profits !!!!!!
kingston78: Moneymunch, I agree with what you say. The way that the share price is languishing is unfathomable. A start up company with just a concept will be valued more than this. Something is not right somewhere, but I cannot pinpoint what it is.
robste: I don't see how anyone is taking profits or making money selling at these prices. It can only be a lack of patience in the share price causing this decline. In the past MSYS seems to have attracted more than its fair share of short term investors who buy in, wait for a spike, sell and then wait for the all selling to reduce the share price so that they can buy in cheaply again. They aren't interested in long term progression, just that there are numerous and regular spikes that they can profit from. Whilst we all do this to some extent, there is a saturation point at which the sheer volume of people rushing to sell the moment the share price turns blue, actually causes a decline of the share price that it can't recover from, and the spikes stop coming. Thats what I see happening here recently. The last couple of postive RNS announcements haven't caused the expected spike and the short term investors are now moving their money elsewhere. I don't see this as a negative thing. I feel that MSYS is a medium to long term investment, and maybe when the share price inevitably starts to rise again it will do so in a much better slow and steady increase rather the up and down to stand still activity we have experienced in recent times.
kingston78: It is difficult to comprehend why a cash rich company with a great product commands a low rating and share price. I think the answer lies with the financials. The company will need to sell a lot of its products for it to become profitable. This will not happen in the next two years. If its invention were revolutionary its share price should rocket even if the company is loss making. Cementing partnership and distribution agreements in different regions of the world is the first step. The company will not sell sufficient number of units unless its technology is transferred and applied in other fields.
timbo003: >>Sweepie I would expect most of the shares will have gone to EIS funds and VCTs (assuming the shares are still EIS/VCT qualifying), Primary bid only took 5m shares, so there won't be much flipping there. It is Singers who are likely to hold back the share price, they took on 15m shares as part of the underwriting agreement.
robste: Hi folks. First time poster here. I only have a modest investment in this share compared to some of you (25,000 shares @ 2.16p) but I've long since given up on trying to find some logic behind the share price. It seems to me that the share price no longer reflects the activities or potential of the company, but rather it reflects the way in which the shares are being traded. MSYS has become an ideal stock for short term investors, and the sheer volume of people hitting the sell button almost the very moment the share price turns blue, inevitably sees it tumble back down to a base price within 24 hrs of the company publishing positive news. The rush to sell is creating a virtual ceiling from which this share price cannot currently escape and its difficult to see how this might change in the short term. I notice that some companies are looking at share consolidation as a means of trying to break this cycle and reduce volatility. Oxford Biomedica I suppose being the most recent example. A different company in different circumtances I know, but they are doing a 50 to 1 consolidation, turning a 15p share price into a 750p share price. Does anyone think that consolidation might be an option here in the future?
noirua: Microsaic's share price does not seem to lift that much and the price eventually ebbs away after each RNS. Hopefully the gradual build up of new contracts/agreements will have an eventual effect. 13 November 2011: Microsaic Systems, which has developed a miniature chip-based mass spectrometer, has raised £4m ($6.5m) in order to expand its manufacturing capacity. The company will have a market capitalisation of £12m at the placing price of 32p a share. Quite a long way to go.
moneymunch: Microsaic Systems Award of Options RNS Number : 7779A Microsaic Systems plc 03 January 2018 Microsaic Systems plc Award of options Microsaic Systems plc (AIM: MSYS), the developer of chip-based mass spectrometry ("MS") instruments designed to improve the efficiency of pharmaceutical R&D, announces that on 2 January 2018, the Company awarded options ("New Options") to directors and employees over 9,000,000 ordinary shares of 0.25 pence each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares"), representing approximately 4.96% of the issued share capital of the Company. Options have been granted to directors as detailed below: The 3,500,000 New Options awarded to Peter Grant, Non-Executive Chairman were awarded under the Company's Unapproved Share Option Scheme and have an exercise price of 4.05 pence per Ordinary Share being the closing share price on 29 December 2017. These options are subject to performance criteria as well as not being ordinarily exercisable prior to the third anniversary of the date of award. The 2,000,000 New Options awarded to the executive directors ("Management Options") were awarded under Microsaic's Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) Scheme. The Management Options have an exercise price of 4.05 pence per Ordinary Share, being the closing share price on 29 December 2017. These options are subject to performance criteria as well as not being ordinarily exercisable prior to the third anniversary of the date of award. The balance of 3,500,000 New Options were awarded to all other employees of the Company ("Employee Options") under Microsaic's EMI Scheme. The Employee Options have an exercise price of 4.05 pence per Ordinary Share, being the closing share price on 29 December 2017. These options are not subject to performance criteria but are subject to not being ordinarily exercisable prior to the third anniversary of the date of award. Following the award of the New Options, the total number of Ordinary Shares outstanding under share incentive scheme arrangements is 14,447,200 representing 7.97% of the Company's issued share capital.
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