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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Microsaic Systems Plc MSYS London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 0.16 08:00:10
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
0.16 0.16 0.167 0.16 0.16
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ragnarr: Interesting article re EU drive to eradicate substances of very high concern worth a read for investors.https://www.irishtimes.com/news/science/will-the-new-eu-chemicals-strategy-make-our-world-less-toxic-1.4527407
city analyst1: Private investors would be wise to note the following: On July 08, 2021, on the IMC (Investor Meet Company) channel, Microsaic’s head honcho, Glenn Tracey, gave an unequivocally bullish response to a private investor’s question on the current share price. Using speech recognition software, and from 14:03mins to 15:40mins, I captured the entire dialogue verbatim. Here goes… PRIVATE INVESTOR “You’ve had a trail of good news recently showing a lot of traction since January. Do you think this is adequately reflected in the share price? GLENN TRACEY “I’m not surprised that question has come up. I mean, look at the news flow we’ve put out there; • We’re the first to market! • We’re the first in the world with an amazing way of getting biologics to market faster! • We’re about to get a medical licence in China and sell our product into hospitals, of which there are 33,000 in China alone! “Our news flow is month after month of really positive news.” “And yes, we’re absolutely seeing churn in the share price. But pretty much all of it is short term churn. I can say, there’s very little institutional churn.” “I think what we have to do is focus on the fundamentals of the business, which we are doing. There’s going to be more news coming out.” “I mean, this is a company that has had £30m invested in it! We’ve got a fantastic channel ahead of us. We’re bringing new products to market.” “You know, if you asked a CEO of any business, if their company was undervalued they are likely going to say yeah, of course they are. But, 0.25 of a pence, for this technology, and for this opportunity, for me is extremely undervalued. And hopefully soon, that share price will pop because the real value of this company is going to be seen.” Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5B6QH5kR1Y Indiana poet, James Whitcomb Riley, once opined that, "If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck." In other words, MSYS is displaying all the signs of a winning technology stock on the verge of take-off. So my take on the company is simple: Against the backdrop of astonishing technological breakthroughs and commercial traction, the company is sporting a staggering risk-reward ratio and is, as a result, materially mispriced at 0.25pence per share (or £12.8m market cap). Thus, I fully concur with the CEO and expect the share price to pop sooner rather than later. AIMHO
travestor: Tune into the investor meet presentation very encouraging and it is well worth getting to the end (35 mins)just to hear Glenn's answers to last couple of questions, "significant growth (prospects)" significantly under valued (SP)" "convinced we will knock it out of the park" comments left me buzzing, also clearly stated there was "a stuffed pipeline (new products)" that will hope to be updating on soon. Glenn could soon be vying with Gerry for CEO of the year, so much to love about the prospects of both MSYS and DVRG
alancapone: Microsaic Systems plc 25 May 2021 Reach 25 May 2021 Microsaic Systems plc ("Microsaic" or the "Company") Joint development of 'Forever Chemicals' detection platform with Swansea University and Investor Presentation Microsaic equipment used for environmental monitoring, to inform the links between environmental pollution and public health. Microsaic (AIM: MSYS), the developer of point of need mass spectrometry ("MS") instruments, is delighted to announce a collaboration with Swansea University Medical School, utilising Microsaic's miniature mass spectrometry equipment, to develop a monitoring platform capable of measuring per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances ("PFAS", also known as 'forever chemicals') at source and within a laboratory setting. This will be used to establish the health impacts of the broader range of PFAS pollutants. The detection platform will combine environmental sample preparation and epigenetic approaches with Microsaic's miniature mass spectrometer. Through partnership with stakeholders in the environmental sector, this collaboration is designed to better inform pollution remediation, improve management processes for reduced emission and promote safer handling of PFAS chemicals. PFAS are pollutants of increasing concern, known as 'forever chemicals' given their environmental persistence following use as protective, non-stick and fire-retardant coatings within electronics, textiles, cleaning agents and cookware(1) . There is a shortage of environmental testing globally yet initial human epigenetic studies show reproductive, developmental, liver, kidney, and immunological effects(1,2,3) from skin contact or contaminated food or water, meaning there is an increasing need to monitor these pollutants. Furthermore, given there are conflicting accounts of the epigenetic mechanisms of specific PFAS (e.g. DNA methylation with PFOS and PFOA)(3,4) , questions remain as to how epigenetic changes occur across the chemical breadth and for mixtures of PFAS pollutants. Environmental pollution has been strongly linked to adverse human health outcomes, prompting growing research activity to determine how this leads to disease. Given the breadth of chemicals used in everyday life and their resistance to environmental breakdown, the risk of pollution following release via production, use, ineffective wastewater remediation, and/or leachate from landfill is significant. Glenn Tracey, CEO of Microsaic Systems plc, commented: " Establishing 'Fit-for-purpose' monitoring approaches is critical to understanding better which pollutants are present, the degree of exposure to and risk posed by such pollutants, and efficacy of management processes to control how they are released and to mitigate harm better. Current monitoring approaches typically require individual sample collection onsite, with sample preparation and analysis using complex instrumentation in a remote laboratory, resulting in delayed deployment of mitigation measures. We believe that the world needs remote monitoring solutions that provide real-time data of chemical pollution, to inform automated or other process management or clean-up processes, for reduced environmental and public health impact. I am delighted that Microsaic's point of need technology are being used in this effort to drive improvements in online environmental monitoring and ground-breaking research to help inform the links between environmental pollutants and their effects on the human genome." Investor Presentation Microsaic is pleased to announce that Glenn Tracy, CEO of the Company, will provide a live presentation relating to the development of the 'Forever Chemicals' detection platform with Swansea University via the Investor Meet Company platform on 27 May 2021 at 4:30pm BST. The presentation is open to all existing and potential shareholders. Questions can be submitted pre-event via the Investor Meet Company dashboard up until 9:00am the day before the meeting or at any time during the live presentation. Investors can sign up to Investor Meet Company for free and add to meet Microsaic Systems plc via: hxxps://www.investormeetcompany.com/microsaic-systems-plc/register-investor Investors who already follow Microsaic Systems plc on the Investor Meet Company platform will automatically be invited.
hodhasharon: Ahh yes, you’re the ramper who lost all those SYME investors money.
farrero: That placing at 0.1p will get snapped up but will likely fall to 0.12p where the more savvy investor will pile in on a rampfest.
onehanded: 'In the real world conspiracies are way to hard to pull off,' - tell that to investors in the FTSE 100 company NMC healthcare last year that went into admin with over 6 billion pounds in hidden debt, wiping out all investors. If that can happen to a fully regulated FTSE 100 company then ....
onehanded: ah, SO ii was infact Intuitive Investments group PLC and was announcing their 325k investment in the placing at 0.1p NOT at the market price of 0.35p, nice if you can get it. For the private investor other than the rich high rolling 300 clients of Turner Pope the Company's Placing Agent, no PI have been able to get any shares at 0.1p. So is really closed shop. So with so few share at present on the market (456 million) a few 5k buys of over 1 million shares from those holding the market up, will allow massive profit down the line. Expect more announcement of investment groups getting placing shares, Don't forget NONE of they are investing at the market price of 0.35 BUT at placing price of 0.1p. Funny a few weeks ago this was going into liquidation and into the administration with no revenue and just about cash to continue!! It had been up for sale for a month and nobody wanted it. Oh well.. lol.
aylesone: There are 456 million shares in circulation now that will rise to potentially about 7000 Million shares after the dilution. The share price simply cant remain at this price .... just some advice to small investors .... be careful
daveboy1: This stock will serve as my example up in lights :- When you are a relatively new investor do not, and I repeat DO NOT listen to positive rampers, who then depart onto other boards to sprout same drivel elsewhere. Lesson learnt. This stock appears to be in an induced coma since Zak Mir pumped it lol.
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