Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sareum Holdings Plc LSE:SAR London Ordinary Share GB00B02RFS12 ORD 0.025P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.125 6.41% 2.075 2.05 2.10 2.075 1.925 1.95 9,255,150 16:22:38
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 0.0 -1.1 -0.0 - 68

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05/1/2021
11:53
Whats going on here
spacedust
04/1/2021
20:26
I know people bang on about volume but for me the indication is the fact about £0.5m of shares changed hands today. About a year ago an average day; when you factor in both the volume and the share price, we were lucky to see £25k a day of trades. Heck, some days we weren’t even touching £5/10k. Interest is gaining traction. As the saying goes ‘follow the money!’.
norma_stitts
04/1/2021
16:04
I have read the q&a from the December meeting which is now up on IMS website. In terms of the newsflow this quarter which will influence the share price, to me the most important will be the submission of the CTA, as covered in question 30. The tenor of this answer is to me less upbeat than what I read from Tim’s comments in the October Results presentation where at about 7minutes 20 seconds, I got the impression that this had been sorted. Do you folks see things differently? It will be interesting to hear what they say on this when they present the interims in March on the basis that they have not filed the CTA by then. I would be pleasantly surprised if we have any developments from Sierra in Q1. I am not sure if news on Aurora will move the share price all that much. That said, I do see it as key. If they file the CTA by end of Q1, and if they get the answer by end of Q2,then it would be very convenient that they have the cash to keep them going till Q3 so that their next fundraising can capitalize on the success of the CTA and that will be helped by having the Aurora money. This is on the basis that as I understand from Tim in one of his presentations that the CTA turnaround is three months. Is that what you understand? On other points, I am not as critical as others on the company’s PR and I thought their reply on this was very realistic.
cerrito
02/1/2021
12:15
Norma is retiring this summer
spacedust
01/1/2021
12:44
Cheers Norma and you too.That's a decent holding so hopefully you'll be in a position to retire again this time next year!
husbod
31/12/2020
15:52
hxxps://kalkinemedia.com/uk/stocks/healthcare/whats-in-store-for-healthcare-stocks-in-2021-top-5-picks
curriedquaker
31/12/2020
15:51
Looks like we have some interest going into 2021. hxxps://kalkinemedia.com/uk/stocks/healthcare/whats-in-store-for-healthcare-stocks-in-2021-top-5-picks GLA
curriedquaker
31/12/2020
11:56
Theyre due 900k soon though from the yinks
spacedust
31/12/2020
11:19
I have been running late and only now have organized myself to go back to the AGM webinar on the IMC site. I watched it first time around and had hoped that they had been able to post up answers to the questions deferred from the AGM. The most striking feature for me was the low voter turnout at 7.25%. Given that John has 1.58% and Tim 1.54% of the company, on the basis that they cast all their votes, they almost have a majority. Indeed on the basis that they did cast their votes(and if I had been on the ball I would have asked them) it suggests that only 4% of the other holders voted. This is not healthy and of course reflects the lack of institutional holders. This is both a mystery and concern to me as suggests that those investors who specialize in the area and do it full time think the company overpriced. Understandable with the price at 2.5p per share but not at all at 0.6p per share of a few months back. One reason may be that UK retail shareholders get a subsidy with the EIS status and so are prepared to take a lower price but am reluctant to buy that as many institutional investors get a tax break. A question was asked about when they will need to do the next fund raise. Tim Just reiterated what they said earlier in the year that they have the funds to take one programme to CTA ie Q1. I will be interested to read the written response to this question. Suffice it to say that in |June this year when they announced their fund raise, they said that over the subsequent twelve months they anticipated spending £800k in R&D and £570 k in non R&D on the basis that the directors’ salary deferral scheme was in place., which it is except that Tim is only deferring 20% of his salary. This is not out of line with expenditure patterns over recent years. Given that at June 20 they had £1.8m in the bank and with a R&D £150k tax credit due in January, they should be able to go well into mid year before needing to do another fund raise, even assuming no Aurora milestone.
cerrito
30/12/2020
16:34
He thought it okay to bring his nephew and his family down from tier 3 take them out for a meal in a local hotel sat at the same table, did the same with a bloke and his family who was doing some work in his house. His reasoning being that one was family and the other bloke had been with him that week.Don't know how all that above got cut out hopefully makes more sense now. Any way hope he thinks it's okay now we are back in tier 3 again and his gym and family are in tier 4, Selfish tw.t
silvergreyhead1
30/12/2020
15:28
I csm confirm the same Norma. I am observing strict gov guidelines snd have sought to online supermarket shopping which i never liked doing. I have not had any guests since the 1st lockdown. Some people have commented that why am i so scared...... In the past 6 days i personally know six families who all have contacted covid. The same families did not strictly follow guidelines.....
spacedust
30/12/2020
14:24
Well if you're going to ramp might as well do it properly. How much would 1m shares be worth? 50m£?
spacedust
30/12/2020
11:59
Looking very promising here. GLA from a LTH
jpuff
30/12/2020
11:27
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-020-03065-y
mrsapeslaptop
30/12/2020
11:12
Basically if you want to save the world by stopping covid deaths. Tyk2 inhibition is the future. Which means bms or us. Good luck all
mrsapeslaptop
30/12/2020
11:09
I posted some links on the other place. A 23andme gwas analysis fingering tyk2. And a nature.com (top class publication) pre publication article fingering tyk2 at the front. Hats on and good luck
mrsapeslaptop
30/12/2020
11:03
Not if you know how the market works.
barkboo
30/12/2020
10:36
Brakes are off!
mhw28865
30/12/2020
10:01
Muted reaction by the market?
pennstreet
30/12/2020
09:36
MrsApeslaptop - many thanks....one step ahead as usual..
barkboo
30/12/2020
08:04
Great find by the way MrsA
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