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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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
  -0.15 -0.74% 20.20 19.80 20.60 20.00 19.80 20.00 240,359 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 3.9 -6.0 -1.8 - 62

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/7/2021
08:23
Bagpuss - that is an unexpected add on...the court case is still the jackpot. Incidentally, they claim this will increase revenue for FY21 by approximately 10%...that is a Brucie bonus.
barkboo
05/7/2021
08:04
Tokyo Electron?,, LOL
bagpuss67
05/7/2021
07:58
News of no interest this morning then?? "This is an important expansion of our portfolio of products for use in infra-red sensing applications. Nanoco now offers a growing range of materials covering an increasing breadth of operational wavelengths for sensors in a multitude of potential end user applications."
barkboo
02/7/2021
07:37
For Nanoco, the stay could lead to a bigger win, for Samsung they bought time while their sales machine reaps in the profits. This is all commercial really by both sides, but the judge is keen to judge!
sirrux
02/7/2021
07:28
It could simply be that the sides are deescalating the dispute to save money and make settlement easier than it might be after after trial when many millions more dollars will have been spent on fees and they will have become more entrenched.
nigwit
02/7/2021
00:21
I should imagine that the judge and jury see Samsung yet again in the same courts, on the same legal grounds, and no doubt think to themselves here we go again...Surely courts can't simply keep ignoring repetitive IP offenders who have turned IP theft into a major industry in its own right as this simply is undermining the principles and framework that the IP system was designed to protect..To protect individuals and businesses creativity and innovations from copy cats who undermine and stiffle technological breakthroughs, investment in R&D, and major innovations which benefits us all over the long term.
spastics attack
01/7/2021
21:18
The docket has been updated and the Court has granted the stay. Here's an extract from the full text "The Court, having considered the relevant factors, is hesitant to stay this case. Discovery is complete, as the parties note in their motion. A firm trial date is set. Although a stay could simplify issues for trial in the abstract and on paper, it does so at the expense of delaying the speedy and efficient adjudication of the other issues in controversy. Samsung filed its IPR petitions roughly nine months after Nanoco filed its complaint. Given the fairly predictable timelines in this Court and the statutory timelines at the PTAB, Samsung could have anticipated that institution decisions would occur in the shadow of pre-trial briefing, with the potential date for final written decisions from the PTAB far exceeding the scheduled trial date in this Court.1 But for the parties’ agreement on the Motion, the Court would likely have denied this Motion. In light of this agreement, however, the Court GRANTS the Motion." I don't get the impression that the judge was impressed.
nigwit
01/7/2021
21:04
Obviously IP is only as strong as its owners ability to protect it.
nigwit
01/7/2021
20:35
I'm taking the view that what is said on Dragons Den.."oh you don't have any IP protection you do know your product can be easily copied" in reality means if your pockets are the size of Samsung with very deep pockets you can throw tens of millions of dollars at lawyers while each day banking the savings on paying Nanoco licence fees to date circa 60m tvs at $15 a unit, equates to $900m of licence fee savings or lost revenues to Nanoco and its investors...Its an appalling situation, IP protection only viable if the culprit is a small thief but a big fat lying scum bag of a whale, a predatory and repetitive IP thief with thieving other small companies IP a occupational hobby is just so outrageous and shocking...Samsung would no doubt state IP theft is just business if we don't do it someone else will...They are simply abusing the IP system and they know it!
spastics attack
01/7/2021
17:15
I'd be surprised if Samsung's applications aren’t standard tactics that the judge will kick out. Still, it's interesting that they should submit them whilst there's a pending application to stay the whole proceedings. Perhaps Samsung think that the judge isn't going to agree to the stay and wants to keep things running under his control. Some judges are like that.
nigwit
01/7/2021
08:09
Things are hotting up. Samsung have made separate sealed submissions to the court to get the opinions of 7 or 8 of our independents expert witnesses ignored. There is another to remove damages. I can’t see the full detail as it is a subscription service Docketbird. Let’s hope the judge denies all of these Samsung applications otherwise I imagine our case will be much weakened. Anyone have more detailed info ?
millwallfan
30/6/2021
20:17
As I have said before you have to wait. The average stock market return on a successful portfolio is 8% per year so if you beat that over a lifetime you're doing well. Stock investments are for your lifetime, not a few years. Buy early, hold wait 10, 20 years until the company finds all the answers and you might make very much more. Keep on jumping in and out and you'll lose because you're in competition with people who have far more resources and knowledge so you can't win for long unless you are very lucky. To think otherwise is stupid.
nigwit
30/6/2021
13:38
hippo. Not made 10 years yet. 2016 my beginning.I guess [come good] was a bit strong, agreed. Bad, certainly!I just jump in and out now, seems to lessen the pain. Rarely time it just right, but generally, the movements of the Nanoco share price allow a bit of flexibility on timing. Dont think theres much hope of making any profit here by standing still.
jfacwc
30/6/2021
12:46
Hippo - I am no nutter my friend, I am a very successful investor….with a touch of luck on my side? Just reread your own post - then have a rethink who the real nutter is. lol
barkboo
30/6/2021
12:30
I have followed this Company for almost 10 years, when have they ever come good for shareholders ?Only the former CEO when dumping his stock....
hippo
30/6/2021
08:54
Have to say it's pretty consistent this board....Like the proverbial long-playing record.Now it's the turn of those who like (love) to stick the boot in.They'll all disappear soon enough...Nanoco always manages each time to come good again. Maybe it takes a bit longer, but who knows? It will happen.Plus it gives good opportunities to make decent money in the volatile periods.
jfacwc
29/6/2021
21:49
If you didn't sell out at 30p recently it's going to be a very long and painful wait tbh and with no real noticeable business or revenue and loss making the return even if they win won't be what many expect once debts get paid etc . I'll stick to my 5p value thanks mkt cap ATM is ridiculous for a failed company business model and an outside chance of success in courts and settlement imo
bones698
29/6/2021
11:39
Any poster who buys shares to hold for only a few days (or months or years) is very likely end up expressing constant negativity. To succeed you have to be ready to wait until the investment executes (and avoid others that fail altogether). Four years ago when I first bought I thought Nanoco would be a five year hold. Now, because of Samsung's perfidy it looks more like six or seven. If not for Samsung it might have turned good much faster, which would have been great but all things considered I haven't had to adjust my expectations much so, speaking for myself, I can't complain. I expect further short term volatility but I've become accustomed to that and understand it's just because it's not a liquid stock.
nigwit
29/6/2021
08:04
Hippo - you are constant negative poster for all stocks, and probably a paid up full time ADVFN rag. You have to remember that doing a little history check very clearly and quickly shows your game. We have a team that spots these rags and their name changes on daily basis. Anyway - your effectiveness these days is virtually zero. If you want to spam this thread, I have all your posts filed and are very happy to repost page after page of negativity....goodbye!
barkboo
29/6/2021
07:57
It depends on timing and attitude. If you bought in on the high in hope of turning a quick buck and got burned then you would feel like that. All professional investment advisors advise against your type of short-term trading so I would say that anyone who expected it to work only has themselves to blame. On the other hand those who are prepared to wait whilst the company executes, depsite setbacks (including patent disputes, which many start up tech companies suffer) may have less cause for concern than at any time I can recall since the US Investor contract wasn't extended 2 years ago. On the contrary, the company is now fully funded for two years without dilution, has organic income growth in the pipeline for the short and medium term and is narrowing the issues on a patent case, which could very well see a return that rewards all those that have stuck with it no matter how high the price was when they bought. So I think the impatient jumpers and the grumblers are merely those who gave themselves false expectations without a deep enough understanding of business or the realities of the market and probably went in too deep without appreciating the concomitant risks they were taking. LOAM, Griffiths and the other II's have held or increased recently so I shall take my steer from them and not from the nervous twits that infest the BBs.
nigwit
28/6/2021
22:18
Sorry Nigwit you're delusional if you think this is not a dog of share...every route to market has failed, burnt a huge amount of cash, financials are terrible.....
hippo
28/6/2021
22:13
Nanoco have never said anything other than that the case is a marathon and they are fully funded for it. As I see it the company is 18 months into a 4-5 year process but the issues are being narrowed so the chances of early settlement have improved slightly. As for being a dog and a gamble. That’s just hyperbolic rubbish. Nanoco has long term loyal institutional backing that has been buying more shares and it has sound management. I can’t speak for others but if I were I to sell now, which I won’t, I would have made a very fair return.
nigwit
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