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
  -0.05p -1.15% 4.30p 4.20p 4.40p 4.35p 4.25p 4.35p 1,208,977 12:05:31
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 0.2 -0.5 -0.8 - 3.09

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22/6/2018
16:43
Was LSE down today...couldn't view any posts...anyone?
ethelredtheready
21/6/2018
21:51
Funny I thought that in 2009.
spacedust
21/6/2018
21:48
Just stop beating this up. They are doing a good job and time will prove up the value. I hold for long term
markth126
21/6/2018
20:10
And once every 5yrs you will see a massive spike to entice more people to be raped. It's a milking con machine and pyc are not alone in doing this. For this reason I now stick to ftse 100 250 companies with profits and divid3nds ......yes they are boring a d takes months to see decent returns but you avoid getting raped. I have profited recently from LAM having bought at 63p and sold at 99p last week. Had to wait months for a 50% return bit it was a nice tidy profit and I still have one shttthole.
spacedust
21/6/2018
19:10
The above is why all your AIM shares are going down down down. There is no respite. No matter what price you buy at they fall. Sometimes they fall as soon as you press the buy button. Your buying is what attracts the forward selling of discounted shares If you purchase 1000 shares at 10p your money is taken and the shares immediately drop to 9p. The 1p is passed onto the company as money raised in an equity issue. If I laugh at your losses and buy the same stock a month later at 6p the MM drop the price to 5p and that 1p goes off to the company as an equity issue. This process goes on for months and months and months. The regulators need to step in and stop it. But they won't because their wages and living standards come from nomads and brokers who engage in this practice.
pwhite73
21/6/2018
18:53
Jungmana - "Just need to clear the overhang from recent placing.." Overhangs no longer exist on the AIM you twit. In the old days the company issued new equity in one lump sum and got the money from the broker. The broker than sells them onto punters. If he was unsuccessful in shifting them all he then holds what was termed as an overhang. Today the new equity is forward sold into the markets over a period of months, sometimes a whole year. The new equity has no fixed price but always sold lower than the prevailing share price so nobody can sell cheaper without nursing losses and the price is low enough to attract mug punters who think they are picking up cheap stock. When the company has forward sold a desired amount of shares raising a certain amount of money an RNS is issued. BUT after the RNS is issued it does not mean the forward selling has stopped. The clock starts ticking again for the next equity issue in X months time.
pwhite73
21/6/2018
13:27
Sell price creeping up, still think the mms have something up thief we've today. Maybe false hope
margic
21/6/2018
12:41
My heart would jump in my throats if so!
margic
21/6/2018
12:32
We won't hit 32p if we get a 500k contract now. Disgraceful management. Very cunning. When the director says hebhad confidence in the company and then demonstrates thus buying selling a big chunk of hisbshares then that says something. Absolute and utter disgrace.
spacedust
21/6/2018
12:29
If you want to update on trading for Year Ending 30th June why not do it in first week of July ? Because you want to get this news out the way because there is bigger news coming in the week of 25-29 June ? Have PYC been given the nod from Government that the £Xm AI/Precision Medicine contract is about to land ?
the stigologist
21/6/2018
12:26
falia 28 Nov '17 - 12:52 - 2855 of 4933 2P ABOUT TO BE BROKEN
the stigologist
21/6/2018
12:24
The Stigologist 28 Nov '17 - 08:34 - 2816 of 4891 Edit This looks like a buy pullbacks day to me
the stigologist
21/6/2018
12:22
Reminder for those who weren't here on November 28th 2017 The stock traded at 1-2p all morning It only went into the 2s and 3s late afternoon About 48 hours later it hit 32p (but looked like it would go to 50p+)
the stigologist
21/6/2018
12:01
No chance buddy although I wish it hit 9p today
spacedust
21/6/2018
11:51
Wouldn't bet against 5.25p+ today. Might see a small surge before lunch
margic
21/6/2018
11:04
2.5m trades and not even a wiff up in share price on great news. Just imagine any bad news or lack of funds or grants in the month or 2. Destruction galore
spacedust
21/6/2018
10:30
12p will be huge resistance, 12-13p somewhere there. I see no one was willing to plot me a chart. Thought for once my writing was clear on that one. Will scout for a decent free chart package.
margic
21/6/2018
10:25
Probably agree with that and also agree it shocking that a £0.5mil deal can do that to a stock price. Now imagine they pulled off a deal worth £1.5mil in a year or over 18months. That's a spike you wanna be in for. A grant of a £1mil Woof! That's like validation and cash in one. Can see 30-35p on that one. Imo of course....
margic
21/6/2018
09:44
No big contracts or grants = 3p Massive contracts or grants worth 500k= 12p
spacedust
21/6/2018
09:17
Looks to me they may be able to drive 4-5mil+ shares traded today if they get lucky. Filled the space very quick. Will it tick blue now or red? Probably a big session or 2 ahead of us now.
margic
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