Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Physiomics Plc LSE:PYC London Ordinary Share GB00BDR6W943 ORD 0.4P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.025p 0.95p 1.10p 1.025p 1.025p 1.025p 203,501 07:30:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 0.3 -0.4 -0.0 - 58.44

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/10/2017
14:05
I can’t see why this company exist in the market because it’s a company that fails to make significant inroads. Now it reports falling revenue of 9% to £270k, as operating loss increases to half million pounds. Physiomics is burning between £350k-£450k per year in cash and has become a serial share issuer to the small financial institutions. Share price The share price resembles that of Enron. Three or four years ago, this stock trades around 20 to 30 pence. Now, it’s one penny! The continuous placing means there isn’t anything special. Because if there was, then the big boys would have jumped over this and self-funded the operations. Their latest placing to raise over £500k at £0.025 is a discount of 60% or more to the current share price. This means the financial institutions only have confidence in buying at a huge discount and flipping it back to the market for 250% or more in profit. Meanwhile, the shareholders suffer from the continuous decline in the share price. Final Thoughts Physiomics is a big avoid for retail shareholders because the low market capitalisation of £500k has given retail investors the visual image of seeing this rise by 100%-200%. My advice is to avoid the shares, but if there is a probability this company makes £3m-£4m in sales in the next five years and generate a decent profit of £1m, then a market capitalisation of £5m (10-bagger) or £10m (20-bagger). The odds of that happening is rather small. Therefore, this is a speculative investment where the small financial institutions are making the two to three-baggers! Interested in other companies’ updates and results, then click http://bit.ly/2ypK3dk
walbrock82
05/10/2017
09:06
Who got caught out again with that load of rubbish. Share price now lower than it was before the RNS that was first broadcast on BBC Radio 4 World Service 07 February 1952 in commemoration of the new Queen Elizabeth II.
pwhite73
03/10/2017
08:45
2 things that yiu can take from this rns which are positive 1 _ tgere is some projects they are working on2_ which is very important for anyone wants to invest now which is there is no dilution on the share price coming
naplion
02/10/2017
08:38
If your a new invester, it's definitely worth a punt at these levels, you either like your money or you make a small fortune
naplion
02/10/2017
07:55
RNS Number 3145S 02 October 1947 - In the reign of his gracious majesty King George VI.
pwhite73
02/10/2017
07:55
so. some update of what is ahead which is postive in a way , at least we know soemting is cooking .... lets see , things ow either get better or the company will close within 1 year
naplion
28/9/2017
18:33
I KNOW NOT MANY OF U HERE left , but we should all e mail to sack the CEO whom since he took over hardly any new contracts no progress on new products or even updates on the existing ones SHARE PRICE COLLAPSE even if this company is going down and I will lost all mu investment here , why should people as such get away with getting paid for doing a bad job
naplion
14/9/2017
08:48
LOL....:-)
mrphiljones
14/9/2017
08:24
Its all a trick. What they want you to think is that people are grabbing stock before big news breaks. As soon as you buy down she goes. PYC has been doing this since 1918 just after the end of the First World War.
pwhite73
13/9/2017
11:08
Looks like some have bought-and then sold?
flesh
31/8/2017
16:05
News coming!
bambos22
25/7/2017
06:45
Let's hope so, from the volume which is not huge but at least not zero, looks like some good news on the way, these small caps, news always leaks to some people in advance
naplion
21/7/2017
10:49
something tells me that at long last there may be light at the end of the tunnel for PYC lth's
buddugoliaeth
19/7/2017
16:13
Try selling some!.....
mrphiljones
19/7/2017
14:26
Hmm- bit interest today
flesh
16/7/2017
12:14
They have remained listed for so long because basically they operate under the radar of the financial press. They have only been raising about £250k a year. Once they pay the nomads, brokers and listing fees there is little money left for the directors. What has also helped them is a never ending stream of private investors like MrPhilJones and myself who saw them as a route to riches. We all know the multiples that can be paid by majors for a UK biotech tiddler. With the benefit of hindsight it is clear to see the listing was used simply to supplement incomes and fill pension pots. As for signing commercial deals well this is a very tricky and sensitive area. Directors can set up their own private companies and sign deals away from the main PLC. The companies can be set up in Bermuda or the Cayman Islands so not registered at Companies House. I have no evidence to support its the case here but these are the sorts of things Joe Public private investors have to bear in mind.
pwhite73
14/7/2017
07:16
It's called capitalism
buywell3
13/7/2017
21:31
So now what? :))))
naplion
11/7/2017
08:57
Looking at the sales of late I do believe this is the end of the listing now.
pwhite73
29/6/2017
09:20
I mean not to late if the changes are done, not as it is run now
naplion
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