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MSYS Microsaic Systems Plc

-0.07 (-6.25%)
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Microsaic Systems Plc LSE:MSYS London Ordinary Share GB00BMWC8365 ORD GBP0.00001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.07 -6.25% 1.05 504,048 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.00 1.10 1.05 1.05 1.05
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Electronic Components, Nec 1.57M -2.29M -0.0128 -0.82 1.88M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:46:16 O 4,048 1.01 GBX

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Posted at 24/4/2024 09:20 by Microsaic Systems Daily Update
Microsaic Systems Plc is listed in the Electronic Components, Nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MSYS. The last closing price for Microsaic Systems was 1.12p.
Microsaic Systems currently has 179,178,184 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Microsaic Systems is £1,881,371.
Microsaic Systems has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -0.82.
This morning MSYS shares opened at 1.05p
Posted at 04/3/2024 16:06 by nico115
Tuner pope got their warrants and fees ,onto the next . They don't give a damn about the price now . Shame on them .
Posted at 20/2/2024 17:04 by kodo1
So MSYS just opened a new company "Modern Water" the same name as the company they collapsed then stole the technology from DVRG investors.
Check out Alexander Chapman on LinkedIn.he works for msys and the new MW.
Can someone arrest these criminals.
Posted at 23/1/2024 19:57 by kodo1
Avance Aqua is the shell company msys is using to funnel the money from the pirated equipment they now sell.
Keep an eye out.
I expect the plan is to sell off everything in china and shutdown with all the money.
Pathetic criminals
Posted at 05/1/2024 16:12 by pwal
Why is this 2539 a share?
Posted at 29/6/2023 16:21 by tomboyb
Posted at 29/6/2023 16:02 by tomboyb

RNS Number : 4384E

Microsaic Systems plc

29 June 2023

29 June 2023

Microsaic Systems plc

("Microsaic" or the "Company")

FY22 Annual Report and Accounts

Further to the Company's announcement on 26 June 2023 (the "Prior Announcement"), the Board of Microsaic (AIM: MSYS) now confirms that the Company's annual report and accounts for the year ended 31 December 2022 ("FY22") will not be published by 30 June 2023, being the deadline for publication under the AIM Rules for Companies. Consequently, the Company's shares will be suspended from trading on AIM with effect from 3 July 2023, pending publication of the FY22 annual report and accounts.

The Board noted in the Prior Announcement that, as of 31 May 2023, Microsaic had GBP0.65m in cash and on deposit, with no bank borrowings. The Company also stated that it continues to meet its obligations as they fall due. In light of the challenges associated with making further recovery of the outstanding debtor balance from DeepVerge plc, and that the conversion of its growing pipeline and the speed and scale of revenue generation are uncertain, the Prior Announcement noted that it was likely that Microsaic will need to raise further working capital during Q3 2023.

The Company confirms that it is working to that end and intends to conclude a fundraising within that period, and to seek reinstatement of its shares to trading on AIM shortly aftewards, subject also to having published the FY22 report and accounts on a going concern basis. Such fundraising is likely to be subject to shareholder approval to issue and allot new shares.

Further announcements will be made as appropriate.
Posted at 26/4/2023 10:37 by dr biotech
Its been a long time since I posted on here. This company was never going to succeed, the product just isn't strong enough. I felt that at the time and whilst was always an outside chance they could license it to a major player its never happened. I think the share price was about 2p when I posted so this joins the 99% club. I've had plenty of failures similar to that and its not nice.

Looking forward it could become a small service company - but they are going to need to slim down and I'd even say delist as the time/cost of a listing may become more trouble than its worth. Good luck to those that retain the faith.

Dr Biotech - 04 Sep 2018 - 10:32:02 - 669 of 1096 Microsaic Systems - 2018 - MSYS
I wouldn't touch these.

Their single quad MS is interesting tech, but not game changing. It doesn't offer the resolution of a benchtop - it can't match a triple Quad for flexibility (or the capability for MS/MS) and it doesn't have the mass range of a ToF which is often better for large biomolecules.

I've been to a lot of production facilities in the UK and they all have full LC/MS systems to hand. A new LCMS costs around £150k (you can pick up a decent used system for about 30-40k. They are moderately complex and need someone who knows what they are doing, but once set up they can run samples every few minutes (uplc). I don't know of any manufacturers with off site facilities (admittedly as I work with the labs I wouldn't go to a site without a lab).

I know the people at Omicron in the UK. They are a small distributor with a handful of employees. I see them regularly enough and will ask them if they have had any traction with their customers.

Looking at the results I wonder if they will ever sell enough to cover their expenses. I'm not sure they will ever turn in a profit.

I hope I am wrong - the UK has a strong history in MS and it would be nice to see them succeed, but I won't be putting my money on it.
Posted at 18/4/2023 13:27 by onehanded
yes more lies on the RNS and trying to gloss it up and trying to push share price up before GB and his wife dump all their shares expected to be around 250 - 300 million in total before he is forced to leave when the FCA start to investigate. How he is still acting CEO after his apparent fraud at DVRG is anyone's guess, but that's the market we live in as small investors. Anyone buying now is throwing money away and as for a trade, once GB and wife start to sell the share price will half again. Clear sell and move on.

RNS says ' Although the first quarter of trading in the current year has started slowly', yes very slowly almost nothing, Will run out of money soon once GB takes all the money in pay and share options - a real disgrace to shareholders.......
Posted at 02/8/2022 08:12 by onehanded
yup it's coming. No RNS for over a month, no new CEO replacement and not even looking. Deepverge share price up from lows and climbing, would be a good time to get the takeover on the table. Expect it will be soon as can't afford this share price to rise to much, once other's get a sniff, this could rise very quickly. Though expect near cash deal with maybe small shares offering in DVRG shares. May pick up more if it dips. Expect to see a biggest sell to keep price down. Takeover paperwork in progress in my view. Won't be long before cat out of the bag! May force early disclosure if share price rises.
Posted at 12/8/2021 05:29 by 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…

“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?

“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.”

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.

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