Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Netscientific LSE:NSCI London Ordinary Share GB00B9F4MT28 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 47.50p 45.00p 50.00p 47.50p 47.50p 47.50p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 0.5 -12.4 -21.9 - 32.79

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/7/2017
12:53
Similarly, I followed Woodford here. They must be sitting on a massive loss. Can't think of any reason why I shouldn't bin this off.
mortimer7
19/7/2017
12:46
I bought a few here but woodford is also a large holder here. So i thought i would buy a few. £ 600 squandered. I will live, but for that amount of money i put in im not worried.
escapetohome
19/7/2017
12:31
looks likely, breaking down again. confused as to why some posters seem to think YASX knows what he's talking about. looked at some of his recent calls NSCI MRS EQT etc....all complete wipeouts.
moneytree1
17/6/2017
14:40
My target is 30p this year.
blueball
17/6/2017
08:35
From what I can see of this only one BOD member has shares Less than £10K worth bought years back at £1.61 Nobody on the BOD has bought since Why should you ?
buywell3
05/6/2017
07:19
standard...need to try and get that placing stock sold.
runwaypaul
01/6/2017
15:33
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aim_trader
25/5/2017
22:08
YasX, Can't win 'em all, this investment didn't have anything remotely attractive to me, the dilution was always coming.Escape, yes, it is very cash hungry right now and no near term triggers to reduce this.
che7win
25/5/2017
20:12
It seems that you predicted this correctly Chewin after all.
escapetohome
25/5/2017
20:07
Chewin, I had expected the company to raise funds, but by way of reduction of stakes in any of the portfolio assets. Even a placing of shares like that announced today would be tolerable had they demonstrated something fairly significant in terms of steps to commercialisation prior to it. But, after a year and more of non-delivery coupled with periodic promises of improvements to come, to announce this today is fairly woeful. One has to back the management when investing - I no longer am able to back the current Board. If I were Woodford, I would seek a vote of no confidence and remove the upper layers.
yasx
25/5/2017
20:03
All, I must say I am rather disenchanted by the placing today - indeed, I was not even aware of it. The fact that a recent disposal was not quantified suggests it was not worth much. I wonder what Woodford thinks of it all, but perhaps he will throw more money at it by participating in the recent placing. I certainly will not. I think they have had sufficient time to prove themselves, and repeatedly referencing inflection points without tangible delivery is not enough. If there is a spike I will reduce my position, though will likely retain some exposure just to see how things fare. But, with the current Board in place, I will not buy any. This has not been a good call - wrong trades one can accept, but when it is an investment one can get it wrong occasionally but it does dent the ego to some degree, but, there we are.
yasx
25/5/2017
12:30
yazx, my analysis has proven correct, I called this out against you from last October and consistently stated they would raise cash. Are you going to at least admit to your readers that the 'sagacious cha'p was barking up the wrong tree here. No need to apologize to me, we all make mistakes, I accept you are not infallible just as I'm not, but this was so obvious, I don't know how you got this so wrong and suckered in others... che7win10 Oct '16 - 09:41 - 502 of 676 1 0 Edit I think there will be another deeply discounted fundraising here, another jam tomorrow situation. che7win21 Oct '16 - 12:35 - 525 of 676 1 0 Edit What happens if they have to raise capital, probably at discount to current prices? Another £15m needed soon 33% dilution? che7win17 Nov '16 - 12:41 - 546 of 676 0 0 Edit They need to raise cash. yasX10 Feb '17 - 23:13 - 571 of 676 0 0 Since October Che7win has been talking about a placing being imminent - well, still no sign of it. che7win1 Feb '17 - 09:49 - 556 of 676 3 0 Edit New low, when is the fund raising? che7win11 Feb '17 - 09:33 - 595 of 676 0 0 Edit I have losses last financial year at £14.7m and losses this year forecast at £13.2m. Revenue this year £4.3m and market cap £30m. EPS -20p!!! When are they going to write off Glucosense Yaz, another loss to add to this! che7win11 Feb '17 - 09:36 - 596 of 676 0 0 Edit From my research ( seems I'm the only one publishing research here), I assess the net funding obligation of c £15m at the subsidiary level (down from £18m). I also assess that these financings will need a fund raising and assets will need to be written down for past failures. Along side that, further ownership upside will be limited due to dilution to NSCI from equity release. che7win11 Feb '17 - 09:41 - 597 of 676 0 0 Edit Contrary to the sagacious chap, I'm predicting the funding increases from last year and cash haemorrhaging continues. I also predict to the great disappointment from aforementioned avatar (as I've been doing for some time) that the company will have to raise more cash. che7win11 Feb '17 - 09:42 - 598 of 676 0 0 Edit Where is the £15m cash this company needs going to come from? che7win7 Mar '17 - 15:23 - 647 of 676 1 0 Edit I stand by a fund raising or diluting deal this year. che7win11 Feb '17 - 08:52 - 587 of 676 0 0 Edit What does the sagacious chap say about the haemorrhaging of cash here? What about the cash burn? Does the sagacious chap ignore the cash burn or not worry about it? "Numbers are not particularly meaningful for a company at this stage of development, but for the record revenue in the first half of 2016 grew to £359,243 from £55,000 the year before, while the loss before tax widened to £6.13mln from £4.39mln. Available cash at the end of June had diminished to £15.9mln from £23.2mln at the end of 2015." che7win11 Feb '17 - 09:08 - 589 of 676 0 0 Edit I reckon less than £7m cash left end of this month, cash burn at £7m per 6 months, is that fair? So £1m+ per month outflow? They had £23.2m last financial year ending 31st Dec 2015, that fell to £15.9m by June 2016. So 6 months cash left, unless they do an outsourcing and sell down assets or raise cash or list? YazX, you promised a deal before end of last year, maybe you failed to read the following: "The Group will continue to focus on its portfolio companies and manage the remaining portfolio, seeking to maximise shareholder return in the form of capital growth. However, there are no fixed targets for the length of time during which an investment may be held, as this will be dependent both on progress and availability of funding, with a view to maximising shareholder value and generating funds for re-investment in the pipeline.". yasX16 Feb '17 - 01:37 - 632 of 676 1 0 Meanwhile NSCI holding firm the past few days - looks like Chewin was advising selling yet another stock at the very bottom. He really is a perfect contrarian signal. che7win3 Apr '17 - 07:24 - 658 of 676 0 0 Edit Cash burn increasing, I continue to think they will need to raise cash, increase debt or sell assets. Less than one years cash left. che7win3 Apr '17 - 12:24 - 661 of 676 1 0 Edit It is not an investment, a dog of a stock and burning cash at increasing rates. Why don't you just admit they will need cash soon? Called wrong. yasX16 Feb '17 - 01:37 - 632 of 676 1 0 Meanwhile NSCI holding firm the past few days - looks like Chewin was advising selling yet another stock at the very bottom. He really is a perfect contrarian signal.
che7win
25/5/2017
12:11
not for them...maybe worth keeping an eye on now as they often pump after placing to clear the stock. not buying until I see some positive action,they often go under placing price too..and summer doldrums could drift it..atb
runwaypaul
25/5/2017
11:55
predictably, hand out @45p
runwaypaul
09/5/2017
11:12
Runway, You refer to this as a lifestyle company, yet with a significant Board spend is a mere 1 mln a month. So hardly life changing sums. I expect this will do well, and hence remain invested. The significant holders remain in.
yasx
08/5/2017
20:29
If this doesnt start to perform I will consider a "poop" status award!
escapetohome
08/5/2017
17:55
since you've written off wanda yasx,and I presume the £8million they invested in it-where exactly is the value creation going to come from?Vortex you say.... "Vortex continues to drive towards its key milestone of commercial launch into the clinical research market in the first quarter of 2017" on 22 feb they announced Vortex Biosciences Announces Commercial Launch of Fully Automated Liquid Biopsy System for CTC Isolation. the market doesn't seem to care and the price has been in freefall ever since. are you sure you haven't got this badly wrong? im starting to suspect this could be another AIM lifestyle company ........if that's true this will go very low indeed .seen it with these types of companies so often. they seem to be writing off enormous sums of money left right and centre....all of which has been paid out into their bank accounts....... a very dubious proposition imho and baffling as to why such a 'savvy' investor as yourself could fall into the trap of holding stock which is clearly in freefall, risking serious losses and seemingly oblivious to that.
runwaypaul
03/5/2017
15:44
what an embarrassment.
runwaypaul
25/4/2017
10:44
As I predicted, Wanda stake diluted, interesting to note they don't give the details. Now for a fundraising H2.
che7win
24/4/2017
11:02
Chewin - wrong again. Thick as they come.... che7win7 Mar '17 - 15:23 - 647 of 667 I stand by a fund raising or diluting deal this year yasX14 Mar '17 - 19:48 - 654 of 667 Or, alternatively, the various assets within the portfolio group receive external funding to take them to the point of commercialisation.
yasx
24/4/2017
10:58
Not a bad move Moneytrees. Chewin the deluded nut professed for months that issuing equity was the only route for the Group to raise finance. I kept telling him that selling a stake in one of the several companies within the portfolio was the likely avenue - here we are today, more funds in the melting pot.
yasx
24/4/2017
08:18
taken a few here.
moneytree1
04/4/2017
14:16
£15m market cap about right here.
blueball
04/4/2017
07:29
Misleading statements? I'm not the one who promised a 10 page report.Wanda progress is stalled by all accounts and burning cash. Cash burn increased on the current portfolio. Everyone is trapped here.
che7win
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