Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Optibiotix H. LSE:OPTI London Ordinary Share GB00BP0RTP38 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.00p +3.08% 67.00p 65.00p 69.00p 67.50p 65.00p 65.00p 129,164 11:52:39
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 0.3 -1.5 1.7 40.1 52.62

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22/7/2017
09:03
Huge buying range for me.. From 12p all the way up to 89p! I'm lucky to be in profit at current levels.
bdog51
22/7/2017
08:57
Ha ha, this is an interesting new section of the thread. It's great to see that so many of us feel like we're not all that clever, and not at all alone, because of getting into Opti at such high prices. . . Me included. I've bought in for my & my wife's ISA's and my SIPP. And the average across that lot is similar to so many other folk here, being around 73 - 76p level with various tranches. I wish I could just switch off from this share, and treat it like the various Funds I've purchased over the years, where I would buy in, and just check them once a month!! Not so with my biggest holdings Opti and Blue Prism. I'm glued to these boards like Donald Trump's hair, or ferret, or whatever that is on his head. Interesting times ahead methinks. John
2350220
22/7/2017
00:29
Wonderful to see here other imperfect mortals who do not get it to run their way every time. Still down 5+k with break even needing 76p....but brimming with confidence also.
aspex
21/7/2017
22:54
Unfortunately not an IPO investor Elrico. I was just in the right stock at the right time. If I'd been in on the IPO I'd have got the inside info, been able to buy as many as I wanted AND got the bonus warrants too! I guess I don't have the right contacts. Just a regular Joe (not Jo).
someuwin
21/7/2017
22:37
Someuwin - does this mean you qualify as an IPO investor and still hold...good man/woman :)
elrico
21/7/2017
22:36
Parob - I remember saying peeps would be grateful for Helium as distressed sellers. Thanks for proving my case ;)
elrico
21/7/2017
22:14
I was holding Ducat Ventures (LSE:DUC) back in 2014 which was essentially a shell company and the vehicle used for the OPTI reverse takeover. DUC were trading at about 0.04p then. But we had to suffer a 200:1 consolidation. There were plenty of opportunities to pick up extra stock around the 8p placing price too - OPTI took a while to get moving.
someuwin
21/7/2017
22:11
Late to the initial party but started loading up in the 27-40p range - thanks to helium offloading it didn't break 40p for about 6 months which I'm now grateful for as I kept topping up throughout! My average is 64p which goes to show how much I've bought at 64p+! Highest about 92p if I remember rightly! Once this breaks 85/90p I'm expecting the move north to be pretty spectacular as we've been consolidating in the 60-90p for almost 2 years! The longer the consolidation, the stronger the move. Just look at IQE as an example.
parob
21/7/2017
21:43
Where are the IPO holders? I bought my first batch at 15p. 5k worth, not insignificant sum for me. Had it not been for taking £40+k off the table (market wise) for the extension I'd be very, very happy and probably would not have bought the two tranches at 71p (£17k - some of you may remember they showed as sells) late April. That said, I have a £200pp open trade, some of which I opened at 90p...what can I say, I got giddy. I need 72p to break even with the trade. And before any trader tells me I'm an idiot because I should have gone short to balance the LTH, it goes against my nature to short any company other than frauds. I'm very happy and so are my sons, two of the three bought at 53p and 66p. My boss at 42p, so my job is safe but still no pay rise for the last 2 years. I think I'll tell him to sell next week ;-) Have a good weekend all.
elrico
21/7/2017
21:03
Bought 10k at about 87p in mine and wife's ISA. The rest is between 65-75. Average is 70p ishHoping for a good week next week Good luck to all LTHAdnan
adnanwolf
21/7/2017
19:50
I like this fessing up to paying loads for OPTI shares :) My most expensive purchase was an eye watering 90p. I picked exactly the wrong time to find out about OPTI and was so excited I piled in, convinced it was about to fly. It's taken over a year and 30% of my portfolio value to drag the price down to 70.5p I'm only underwater by £1,850 now, so there's hope that maybe even next week my OPTI shares could get into profit When that happens I'm going to crack open the Lagavulin! Come on OPTI - be a good share and do an IQE for us... hTTps://speccyinvestor.blogspot.co.uk/
speccy1
21/7/2017
17:13
well we still had the late 15,500 seller to spoil an otherwise (69p) better close. We'll have to settle for 67p. won't we?
owenmo
21/7/2017
17:04
Looks like 67 close! Yippe! Traders didn't mess it up for once... ( no offence...) Good luck all and have ab fab weekend
joyjoy13
21/7/2017
16:05
Been a reasonable day in OPTI so far. Would be very nice to regain 66p in the run up to the close.
rafboy
21/7/2017
15:24
Good bit of humour Luke; still think I'd turn the other cheek lest we'd encourage them (him?) (her?) Some people won't be told.
owenmo
21/7/2017
15:00
HARD CHEESE MICHAEL THE MOUSE, OPTI GOING A TAD TOO WELL FOR YOU TODAY? HENCE NO MOUSEY POST'S, AS I SAY, "HARD CHEESE" AVN/7DIG/TRAK ARE THE ONE'S FOR YOU AND OF COURSE MICHAEL, AS ALWAYS, ....AIMO... NEEDLESS TO SAY, TALKING TRADES OR WHATEVER YOU ARE CALLED, I WON'T FORGET YOU, ME OLD CHINA. I'LL JUST SAY, YOU HAD BETTER BUY BACK BERFORE IT IS TOO LATE TO DO SO, ME OLD SON, ALTHOUGH AS WE ALL KNOW, DDDD IS THE ONE FOR YOU. (ooooh Betty, really, i didnt do it) AND REMEMBER TT, " YOU HAVE BEEN TOLD " !!!!! " YOU HAVE BEEN TOLD " !!!!! " YOU HAVE BEEN TOLD " !!!!!!
lukead
21/7/2017
13:40
Have 2 accounts for myself and wife. We average 60p in one account and 72p in the other. Very relaxed about OPTI which is our largest holding.
rafboy
21/7/2017
13:36
Average , in ISA, 40 p Then in second account, the normal trader account, it was first buy at 80 p. Bought in twice more, once unfortunately in 90's thinking, at the time, what a lucky bunny to buy in under £1. Last buy was at 63p so I think my trader account average 83p to break even....? Not nice feeling to be in the red on trader account but I still hold, IMHO, the long term prospects of OPTI are phenomenal ... So very happy I'm in and will continue to hold long term, this is my biggest investment ever in over 25 years investing, never come across a company with so many strings to its bow and to buy in under a £1 is a gift as far as I'm concerned. With my limited but personal experience of the pharmaceutical industry I knew from the outset this would take a few years so was surprised when we nearly hit £1 but that, as we've all said, was TW doing... Too soon, too hyped and his targe price making it sound it was just days away etc etc etc Anyhow, happy to share, All just my views, But delighted to be holding OPTI AND SBTX GLA
joyjoy13
21/7/2017
13:02
Jester, started out 10,000 @ 43p, finishing up with 5,000 @ 89p - and a lot in between. Would be close enough to break-even at this point were it not for the post-Brexit fate of sterling - my lifestyle being Euro-driven! Not many posters embrace this phenomenon and, as such, it's of little interest/relevance bb-wise. Currency variation notwithstanding, I rely optimistically on Opti (and Skinbio) to alleviate my hardship! One day. There's an irony in play here that I have no reason to be bashful about; over 30 years ago the greater part (if not all) of my gut (large intestine) was removed - so OPTI share-price affords the only benefit I'm likely to derive from microbiome scientific advancement! Enough disclosure for one day! Owenmo.
owenmo
21/7/2017
11:54
yes! 88p was the highest for me... but thankfully a load more at 35p! (back in the day!)average now of 60p, and a happy holder!
nicktopten
21/7/2017
11:32
Unfortunately I have a few @ 88.9
wreckage
21/7/2017
11:27
Purely for interest. What's the most anyone has paid for OPTI shares? I paid 86p for my most expensive tranche. Can anyone beat that?
jestercat2
21/7/2017
11:25
Seriously!!! Cognitive health is big. What we need are healthier foods and less inoculations. Big Pharma have too much power and blast away without knowing what the hell they are doing mostly.
glennrcharles
21/7/2017
10:56
parob - Potential move into new application area (cognitive health). I remember SOH mentioning that the tests using microbiome had cured people of autism when I went to a small presentation in a wine bar a few years ago. Great to see we could be moving into that space
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