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Open Orphan Plc LSE:ORPH London Ordinary Share GB00B9275X97 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.30 -1.22% 24.20 23.50 24.50 25.00 23.80 24.50 2,081,930 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 3.3 -5.6 -3.4 - 162

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/11/2020
12:24
Thanks gents 👌
bobdobalina
21/11/2020
11:14
bob, I have sipps and isa’s with Youinvest for the kids. Service is very good and charges are sensible. iWeb don’t do junior isa’s.
toyin
21/11/2020
10:12
Beware of ii - become very expensive. iWeb ISAs are free to hold and a fiver to trade, so very cheap but somewhat primitive. Part of Halifax so they're not going to go bust, always a concern with long term investments, but I don't know if they do Juniors.
supernumerary
21/11/2020
09:07
Bobdob, I’m pretty sure Interactive Investor do them Nutmeg also
judijudi
21/11/2020
08:58
AJ Bell\Youinvest do them, they're decent enough.
c0lin1
21/11/2020
08:50
Very very optimistic about my overweight position here 😁 Off topic I want to open a few junior shares isa's for my boys,any recommendations gents ? My broker doesnt offer one
bobdobalina
20/11/2020
16:58
COmpletely agree, malcolm, although I think it has been at least two weeks now.
discojames
20/11/2020
15:56
the shares have become much more liquid of late. I still think that there is an institution('s) slowly accumulating in the last week or so.
malcolmmm
20/11/2020
15:09
Also, good to know that the Welcome colloboration is being paid for and that nothing is for free.
owenski
20/11/2020
15:07
Interesting interview. Was more about the market they operate in, potential business and the opportunities coming. What the backdrop is for moving his family over makes sense in some ways as he's here for a chunk of the week, but it could also read as a measure of commitment, one thing is for sure, the business has been changing, developing and growing in a relatively short time frame, some developments literally happening over the last two months. So, I'd reason that whatever this business was about 6 months ago has been dwarfed by recent events that even the CEO wouldn't have seen at the time, I can see a long commitment going on here. Bit of patience needed, the non core deals take time but the indications given were that announcements would be soon enough. That part of the webcast was very reassuring. News of RoC Gov. potential business seemed a very clear message that's it's going to be very lucrative. The word used at times was exponential. Very reassuring update, topped up today.
owenski
20/11/2020
15:00
Well he is pretty tight with the Companies money, which I like, so I am expecting them to live in a tent for 6 months!!!
m5
20/11/2020
14:49
I'm sure he has fingers in lots of pies (we know he does) and won't starve. But unless he's very much richer than he makes out atm, he's not going to get a nice detached in bishop's avenue or kens and chelsea. And i expect he has to budget for London school fees, doubt the Kilburn comprehensive would do. Next year he's likely to be able to buy several houses down bishops avenue.
pierre oreilly
20/11/2020
14:47
His mrs has a big job. Quite sure she can work from home.
systagenix
20/11/2020
14:47
His mrs has a big job. Quite sure she can work from home.
systagenix
20/11/2020
14:26
C won't have a high life in London on 140k euros pa, unless he and his mrs are planning on kipping in the queen mary clinic beds. Handy for the Blind Beggar! Not sure he'd get a mortgage for 2 bed flat im a nice area on that, unless they take his orph assets into account. I can't help but think his move to london isn't solely and 100% due to orph.
pierre oreilly
20/11/2020
14:12
Judijudi20 Nov '20 - 13:28 - 8504 of 8507 Sometimes you have to have a little good fortune in life and then its up to you what you do with it. CF has said numerous times he got lucky, and he is just not the type of bloke to let an opportunity like this pass him by without extracting maximum value. I think its that simple. Right time, right area, right management.
m5
20/11/2020
14:05
The problem, such as it is, is that anyone doing fundamental analysis using very conservative figures from contracts already signed is that the results are just unbelievable. Either people don't bother with fundamentals these days, and the few who do think they've got the maths wrong. Forget all the prospects (imutex, wearables etc etc) and just do cursory simple analysis on the challenge study contracts in the bag and see what you get. If the value is there, then in time the price will align to it. Quicker if some institutions go above 3% or 5% or whatever the notifiable limit is and their holdings on their own book are made clear.
pierre oreilly
20/11/2020
13:54
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RL4si_KAuDI&ab_channel=Proactive Last night's action - just our part
digger2779
20/11/2020
13:29
arent we all, if you see it let me know CF doesn't that's what I think.
pogue
20/11/2020
13:28
It all seems so good that I’m trying to think what “The Catch” might be 🤷‍a94;️
judijudi
20/11/2020
13:15
Bought the wife and kids some OO shares for xmas this week chaps. Couldn't think of a better gift!
rocky00
20/11/2020
13:13
m5 that's what I see. There is a huge new market opening up and he has the company at the forefront of it. He clearly sees expansion as the way to increase revenues but not by spending capital and companies and governments are pleading with him to help them test vaccines and so far have given him the money/resources to do it, (UK Gov). Now his salary to me is too low to bring a family to London on, and live a good life, so that means we can expect excess cash and profits to come back as divis, large ones I hope, as he will need them. What's not to like? I hate being so positive but here I see a undervalued world leader in its field at the cusp of a massive surge in the market. The valuation of the medical database manager last night just highlighted to me how cheap we are, we make lots of money unlike them for a start and are valued lower than them plus actually have a massive deal with big tech companies for database access about to be signed! Need to get the sedatives out again. AIMHO, DYOR, shares go up and down, I am not a financial advisor, I hold.
pogue
20/11/2020
12:58
I agree totally with that, and it was a clear signal that he is up for the long term, unless of course a "unrefusable" offer comes in. I don't think CF ever contemplated this as a long term project, however what he has seen, has opened his eyes, and he has realised the potential of the business and he needs to ride it for all its worth to maximise value for himself and by definition other shareholders. I will just hang onto those coat tails.
m5
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