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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Proteome Sciences Plc LSE:PRM London Ordinary Share GB0003104196 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 3.37 130,176 08:00:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.02 3.86
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 4.66 -0.04 0.05 67.4 10
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:48:19 O 130,176 3.8348 GBX

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25/9/202011:33Proteome Sciences leading Alzheimer's technology.87,481
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13/5/202019:36Only worth 3p on fundamentals....10
28/4/202007:22Proteome Sciences plc, A Three Horse Race for the Month of May.4,854
02/7/201917:54The useful PRM thread13

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25/9/2020
09:20
Proteome Sciences Daily Update: Proteome Sciences Plc is listed in the Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PRM. The last closing price for Proteome Sciences was 3.37p.
Proteome Sciences Plc has a 4 week average price of 3.25p and a 12 week average price of 3.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 7p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.35p.
There are currently 294,648,723 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 187,612 shares. The market capitalisation of Proteome Sciences Plc is £9,929,661.97.
01/9/2020
22:44
jamtomorrow2: COLDALE1 - 02 Feb 2013 - 13:39:10 - 26388 of 86956 Proteome Sciences leading Alzheimer's technology. - PRM Fgnoms, The current share price is of no interest to me, I'm here for big money and as I said i'm very happy with the current situation...
28/8/2020
08:02
jamtomorrow2: You were guesstimating a share price of £45. I was guesstimating bankruptcy. Based on all available data who do you think was closer to the truth? Clue - the share price is 3p. As I keep saying where are my lies? Just go back to your very own quality thread, where you can chat away to like-minded idiots.
19/8/2020
23:40
buywell3: From the Ten Bagger thread goatherd 28 Mar '01 - 18:30 - 20 of 21 0 0 0 I have four contributions to make – so I am afraid this post is quite long – but I hope will be rewarding. 1st . Proteome, PRM, 63p to buy, which two other posters have mentioned. 10 bagger in from 1 to 3 years – and then, possibly, much more. Some have compared it as the Microsoft of 4 bit programming – only better quality programming. 2nd. Minmet, MNT, 14p to buy, hated and loved on the BBs. At the AGM last April the Chairman gave a “conservative” estimate of the assets that they might well have on the first 8 of 69 sites, at $2.2b, with gold at $270. This gives an asset value [not share price] of over £3 per share. If one doesn’t trust the chairman – then don’t buy – but if one does . . . . Time range from 1 to 3 years. 3rd. Celtic Resources. CER, 10p to buy. A CEO statement based – but this time an interview – so perhaps not so reliable. At the time the market cap was £14m [now £10m]. He said he expects to be “north of $300m” within three years, say £200m.[using $250 per oz]. “We don’t really focus on exploration because we already have our assets”. Their impressive list of resources is adequate to achieve the three year targets – and progressively more ambitious plans for up to 20 years. 4th. Southernera Resources, SUF [Toronto], about C$2.80 to buy. Some very promising diamond mines [one is just starting a new JV, with De Beers, SUF are operator]. But most attractive is 70.4% of a PGM mine in South Africa, producing in August 2001 [partial] and fully by 2003. Expected to ramp up rapidly to 500k oz/year. Most PGM producers are valued at $2,000 per oz of annual production. This gives a pit value of $1b – or $700m to SUF; or $23 or C$35 per share. Some share dilution might occur. Expected onto AIM within a year. I research via www.stockhouse.ca. Time from 3 to 5 years. Mr Ashley James 29 Mar '01 - 12:51 - 21 of 21 0 0 0 Goatie, The VCT king! What about the other ones? Come on tell them! Cheers Ashley PRM now thruppence MNT where this happened hTtps://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-1619884/Fury-as-pound6m-drains-away-from-MinMet.html hTtps://www.lseg.com/media-centre/press-releases/minmet-plc-publicly-censured
17/5/2020
15:01
prambigear: #56286 Well, I have to 'say', it goes back many years. Over 20 in fact (although the share price was bigger than it is now). A lot of 'investors' believed a story about proteomics being the next best thing after genomics. Over the first 3 or 4 years of the new century we small investors chased the share price up and up, seduced by the lure of a lot of claims about cricket pitches, motorway toll booths, mad cows, runners for the month of May, and others. Then the chairman bought a new kitchen, immediately before the Christmas break so that no-one knew until later that he had funded it by selling stock. It turned out that this was a high, and the chairman had been smart enough to sell at the top. The were many other heroic forecasts from fans on these threads, and in fact many fans. There had also been many strong 'hints' from the Chairman of future riches. However, the only thing that proved to work was something called TMT. This was awfully clever stuff, but no-one really wanted to pay real money for it. A lot of people made money, or alleged so, whilst on the long decline with occasional upswings, in particular an avatar calling himself 'the_doctor' (who was something of an expert at calling tops and bottoms), but most lost, and lost a lot. There were in fact people that lost almost their entire fortunes following this share. As recently as last year the share was in the 30p to 40p and poised for a leap upwards, some say to £8, but it fell to 2p to 4p. That's where we are now. Poised again according to the_doctor to leap first to 10p, then on to 30p. I hope this helps Tom.
28/4/2020
11:34
peverill: Response to Share Price MovementProteome Sciences plc (AIM: PRM), notes the recent increase in the Company's share price and confirms that it is not aware of any material basis for this rise.
28/4/2020
11:24
049balt: Response to Share Price Movement Proteome Sciences plc (AIM: PRM), notes the recent increase in the Company's share price and confirms that it is not aware of any material basis for this rise. Well done PRM, thanks for that !
07/2/2020
14:43
canaletto: Richard, I had lunch with you, your dear wife, along with "Peter Snodgrass"and "Freelance". This was years ago and Prm share price was £1.52. Do you not think that the moron is you considering what you and "Peter" collectively said, and what I learned from Peter and one of his daughters subsequent before his passing? Just saying?
11/10/2019
10:39
jeffian: Ahem! up10 - 07 Oct 2019 - 14:29:11 - 83560 of 83609 Proteome Sciences leading Alzheimer's technology. - PRM Hi Pools2, Randox did say that they were very happy with the Stroke Biochip results. BUY BUY BUY up10 - 07 Oct 2019 - 12:59:04 - 83556 of 83609 Proteome Sciences leading Alzheimer's technology. - PRM I spoke with a Randox representative this morning and they told me the CE marking of the Stroke Biochip is nearly complete. The validated clinical version of the Stroke Biochip and CE marked should be available by the end of this year. BUY BUY BUY up10 - 25 Jul 2019 - 09:36:19 - 83062 of 83609 Proteome Sciences leading Alzheimer's technology. - PRM Good performance in H1 2019, with more in H2 as usual. With all of the new product royalties, milestones and license fees due, Proteome Sciences will easily be profitable next year. BUY BUY BUY up10 - 24 Jul 2019 - 11:30:43 - 83005 of 83609 Proteome Sciences leading Alzheimer's technology. - PRM The past is history. As you say, there is a big opportunity to acquire stock now at historic low levels. In my view, it's a "no brainer" as quite clearly revenue is about to take off. Get on board now, before everyone else. BUY BUY BUY up10 - 03 Jul 2019 - 16:04:50 - 82693 of 83609 Proteome Sciences leading Alzheimer's technology. - PRM It's there for everyone to see on the Randox website, yet most investors seem to be in denial until PRM announce something themselves! Weird behaviour. Get in quick before they do! BUY BUY BUY up10 - 30 Jun 2019 - 12:43:33 - 82577 of 83609 Proteome Sciences leading Alzheimer's technology. - PRM pools2 You're right of course, it is incorrect to assume the "double digit" royalty is only 10%. My experience with US diagnostic companies suggests it is far higher. We are entering a very exciting period for Proteome Sciences as many further Stroke licences will be signed, with accelerating revenues for PRM. Then add the new 16-plex TMT reagents, Clusterin Glycoform test and Tryptophan Metabolite test products, investors have a significant investment opportunity at these ridiculously low share price levels. BUY BUY BUY up10 - 15 Apr 2019 - 11:15:02 - 82360 of 83609 Proteome Sciences leading Alzheimer's technology. - PRM The lull before the storm. Last Friday, Proteome (PRM) hit an upwards 5 year price breakout. BUY BUY BUY
29/10/2018
12:18
jeffian: Blimey, say! Quite a few lessons to be learned there but this one caught my eye in particular - "He listed some of the difficulties ahead, and indicated that he considered the PRM share price already to be too high. I started to write out an answer to all his points. But I suddenly remembered a lesson I learned many years ago – that it is not wise to argue with a scientist. So I gave up the task and just simply bought more PRM shares instead."
02/7/2018
08:57
ih_433513: Happy 10 year anniversary wasJobber. You were a busy boy! wasjobber - 02 Jul 2008 - 22:49:36 - 3909 of 16188 Proteome Sciences - from research to revenue in 07 - PRM The reasons and terms of cjp's loan to the company are being twisted out of all proportion on this bb to benefit the bashers/shorters positions. Most if not all comments on here relating to this and many other issues are false! wasjobber - 02 Jul 2008 - 20:52:20 - 36923 of 54056 Proteome, what next? (moderated) - PRM monte1 So thats your only reason to continually bash the stock and try to cause weaker holders to sell is it? It's not logical i'm afraid to be selling prm when they are at last on the cusp of generating significant revenue. It's pathetic to try and kid people you own prm stock yourself by the way. wasjobber - 02 Jul 2008 - 20:06:23 - 36920 of 54056 Proteome, what next? (moderated) - PRM monte1 As you seem to be one of the more vocal bashers on here, maybe you can tell me how the company is in a poorer situation now than say 1 or 2 years ago? With the Thermo deal done (providing growing income) and other deals now much closer! wasjobber - 02 Jul 2008 - 17:32:09 - 36916 of 54056 Proteome, what next? (moderated) - PRM Funny how the bashers go so quiet after office hours. wasjobber - 02 Jul 2008 - 17:29:43 - 36915 of 54056 Proteome, what next? (moderated) - PRM the_doctor, Sorry but that simply doesn't make sense to me! PRM are in a far far better position now, even with £6m debt. Which of course will be wiped out by cjp converting or other income. wasjobber - 02 Jul 2008 - 17:14:15 - 36911 of 54056 Proteome, what next? (moderated) - PRM I suppose my last post is just far to sensible for most people on here. wasjobber - 02 Jul 2008 - 17:06:12 - 36909 of 54056 Proteome, what next? (moderated) - PRM loftybob, I'm refering to the_doctor answering my earlier question! The situation now is far better now than 1 or 2 years ago! Massive Thermo deal, other huge prospects. If the situation is worse now then please explain, because i can't see it! wasjobber - 02 Jul 2008 - 16:59:23 - 36906 of 54056 Proteome, what next? (moderated) - PRM the_doctor ? wasjobber - 02 Jul 2008 - 16:45:38 - 36899 of 54056 Proteome, what next? (moderated) - PRM the_doctor I must be very stupid. Why is the company any more like to go bust now than say 1 or 2 years ago? Pearce is very happy to fund the company until it is in profit! wasjobber - 02 Jul 2008 - 16:18:11 - 36889 of 54056 Proteome, what next? (moderated) - PRM dwschag, Some sense on here at last! wasjobber - 02 Jul 2008 - 16:03:08 - 36878 of 54056 Proteome, what next? (moderated) - PRM loafingchard, I'm here and a raging bull, BUY, BUY, BUY. The share price is just bloody silly. wasjobber - 02 Jul 2008 - 12:57:57 - 36784 of 54056 Proteome, what next? (moderated) - PRM http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&;cb=1214999844&article=7325098&symbol=L%5EPRM wasjobber - 02 Jul 2008 - 12:52:57 - 36781 of 54056 Proteome, what next? (moderated) - PRM Thermo will be bidding shortly, just watch! wasjobber - 02 Jul 2008 - 11:31:51 - 36763 of 54056 Proteome, what next? (moderated) - PRM Bid coming! wasjobber - 02 Jul 2008 - 09:30:09 - 36730 of 54056 Proteome, what next? (moderated) - PRM silentaction, PRM won't go like that, it's impossible with CJP's protection of IP.
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