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Nanoco Group Plc LSE:NANO London Ordinary Share GB00B01JLR99 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 15.35 15.20 15.50 15.50 14.02 14.02 332,382 16:35:14
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Technology Hardware & Equipment 7.1 -5.5 -1.5 - 44

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/5/2020
18:14
Merck agreement due........might be this week..?? Maybe a double bubble week.?!?!?! Get in whilst the share price is low.!
botbot1202
31/5/2020
04:49
hxxps://jewishlifenews.com/uncategorized/how-coronavirus-is-impacting-nanomaterials-market-reviewed-in-a-new-study/
botbot1202
30/5/2020
22:43
hxxps://www.argusmedia.com/en/news/2109678-electronics-manufacturers-expand-use-of-quantum-dots
knicknack
30/5/2020
21:41
I hope your wife likes a laugh too Botbot, and if not that your ADVFN password is secure. No harm in fun and dreams red army, although I am sure everyone will be more than happy to settle at a rather more modest price.
davidw1
30/5/2020
21:12
No chance.
red army
30/5/2020
21:12
Good point I better divorce her now. Phew. That’s lucky. Now we know the price is going to to be £9.20 a share and it’s a sure thing I’d better divorce before I make my £16m...
botbot1202
30/5/2020
20:52
Lol. And what will you do with your £8,050,000?
davidw1
30/5/2020
20:45
Just been watching the Dragon launch....awesome... but, all I have done with the above is repost, on one post, what everyone has said and is saying. So, I look forward to £9.20 a share... or, to translate, that's £16,100,000 for me........LOL.. I think I might get a new wife.....
botbot1202
30/5/2020
20:29
You are a tease Botbot. My calculator barely copes with the value that calculation delivers to the Bot household. Hope it comes true - Mrs Bot would forgive you almost anything,
davidw1
30/5/2020
19:59
I've just had a chance to catch-up on all my reading of LSE and here... I think i'm now swaying towards Nigwit's thoughts... If I add up what I've read.... $15 license per TV x 26m TV's sold x 3 penalty = $1,170,000,000 + $15 for ever future license "say 10m units per year" per knicknack = $150m, which equate per LSE to a forward share price valuation of x10, which would be $1,500,000,000. So, luckily, we are taking upwards of a $2.67BILLION valuation....LOL.. phew.....That's only $11.22 a share, using everyone stated 1.22 fx rate means a £9.20 share price.... LOL..........Nigwit...You are forgiven....
botbot1202
30/5/2020
14:04
They already use a Lidar sensor on the Ipad Pro?
bagpuss67
30/5/2020
12:39
Thanks Davidw1...So licence fee income from Samsung could well be $15 per CFQD tv sold say 10m units a year (Samsung's Forecast) or 25% of their global tv units sold. $150m per year 1.22 fx rate equates to £120m per year less production costs, overheads, tax must mean a share price circa 55p and upwards maybe 75p!
knicknack
30/5/2020
12:21
Apple leak Thanks to Eccles on LSE board btw! I think we may be about to see a three way tussle over Nanoco between....Apple, STM, Samsung. It is reported that Apple intend to include a Lidar sensor in its next mobile. I could be accused of 2+2 =5 St Micro + Nanoco = qd range sensor hxxps://www.t3.com/au/news/iphone-13-leak-reveals-how-apple-intends-to-counter-attack-samsung-galaxy-s30-2
knicknack
30/5/2020
12:10
I had assumed NigWit's comments were directed towards the the suggestion that STM and Samsung were working together to buy Nanoco, not davidw1's post which popped up in between. The suggestion of a friendly takeover by STM seems to have started on the other site and brought here, possibly by the same poster using different names.
iomdm
30/5/2020
11:05
NigWit - you are the one that defines a numbskull, I treat all those investors that give up their own time to contribute..as good guys, and before you say it - I am not a cranky left wing nutter that wants to open our borders to the world and believes the rich should pay for a two day week! Equally you do not make the poor rich - by making the rich poor! No need to apologise to me - I was merely suggesting that you treat fellow investors with a little more politeness. You are respected for your views..it would be great to see you respect others..for theirs
barkboo
30/5/2020
10:18
I like puzzles....
botbot1202
30/5/2020
10:17
I do apologize. Would you prefer if in future instead of calling out the nonsense endlessly posted here by numbskulls I respected their sensitive natures and was only rude and critical regarding the company we are all supposedly invested in since they can't answer back?
nigwit
30/5/2020
09:47
NigWit - that was really rather rude again. I have said it many times before, I appreciate all contributions by all investors..whether it be an assumption gained by strong evidence, a calculated guess or cleverly found links. All contributions help piece the jigsaw together - you seem like the sort of guy that would tip a 2000 piece puzzle out, throw the box/picture away then blame the manufacturer for lack of detail in the puzzle. Have you tried Prozac?
barkboo
30/5/2020
09:23
It would not be a simple task to respond to your latest NigWit and we all have a sunny weekend to enjoy, so lets’s get busy doing that. I am genuinely pleased to see you are in a good place and hopefully last weeks share price performance has helped. Let’s hope for more of the same next week as there is much more value here.
davidw1
30/5/2020
09:19
Knicknack "could we see STMicro make a bid on Nano to remove the legal threat posed to Samsung. While Samsung returns the favour with some lucrative deals and further strategic partnerships" Any Finacial actions by anyone are motive driven - other than those of a philanthropist..and even then there is a feel good factor, or guilt removal necessity. The STMicro deal has considerably strengthened Nano - if you were looking to buy a business yourself, or even a pre planned joint venture (Samsung)....the last move you would make is to strengthen those you wish to defeat. I believe ST and Samsung do have a manafacturing collaboration - that is not unusual...Samsung have many deals including ARM...it is however interesting that ST's headquarters are in Texas? The more likely scenario is that ST have gained a great deal knowing that Nano need the money - there could however be some future relationship conditions tied into the deal?? End of the day - ST intervention has strengthened NANO's hand..that can only be good for us, and bad for Samsung...the share price acted accordingly.
barkboo
30/5/2020
08:52
I recon it could be hundred thousand million pounds...... Nigwit. You need to learn. If anyone was stupid enough to invest based on these message boards, then they shouldn't be investing in the first place. Of course, when I say "watch out for Monday and Tuesday", I mean it....so everyone needs to buy.......
botbot1202
30/5/2020
08:47
Had a bad night NigWit? You are off on one again. I did not mention ST Micro in the conversation immediately before your outburst and I have not suggested it wants to buy NANO now either.
davidw1
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