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SCLP Scancell Holdings Plc

0.25 (2.44%)
18 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Scancell Holdings Plc LSE:SCLP London Ordinary Share GB00B63D3314 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.25 2.44% 10.50 365,923 16:35:25
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
9.50 10.50 10.25 10.00 10.25
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Pharmaceutical Preparations 5.27M -11.94M -0.0129 -7.75 92.78M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:38:37 O 100,000 10.00 GBX

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19/6/202400:23Scancell - Pot of Gold or POS?9,513
14/6/202412:23Scancell for investors (inanaco free thread)237
13/6/202422:21Using immunology to fight cancer.57,615
12/6/202413:19Scancell investors thread (litter free)423
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2024-06-18 15:38:3810.00100,00010,000.00O
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Posted at 18/6/2024 09:20 by Scancell Daily Update
Scancell Holdings Plc is listed in the Pharmaceutical Preparations sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SCLP. The last closing price for Scancell was 10.25p.
Scancell currently has 927,819,977 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Scancell is £92,781,998.
Scancell has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -7.75.
This morning SCLP shares opened at 10.25p
Posted at 14/6/2024 06:47 by chilltime
Just popped on to have a look, 844 posts missed, 84.4% which appear to be nonsense. Please feel free to go through the last 844 to clarify my percentage findings


You appear to be an AIM trader, hoping for an AIM type company/CEO here.

I too was frustrated by the lack of updates, probably due to being conditioned by the majority of small caps who pump out regular news.

However, I was quick to learn on Scancell, that Lindy is a dedicated scientist determined to progress treatment of csncer, NOT a typical AIM CEO focussed on retail investors hunger for news.

News to create volume and share price movements.

Scancell does not have a retail herd following as a result of the lack of flag waving.

Others do have a retail crowd following them, the volume and share price moves are regular, usually due to regular pump news by over-exuberant CEOs. Near all have been decimated, many bust.

Lindy has said she will shout when she has something to shout about.

In AIM terms, for AIM conditioned investors an 85% response rate should be plastered all over social media with 1000’s of retail piling in and a market cap of £600m plus now.

The thread would be full of nutters calling £50 per share etc. They do that on Scancell fraction of what Scancell are actually achieving.

If you are experienced in the stock market as you claim, then you should know that.
Posted at 13/6/2024 09:29 by 2tyke
None of this actually matters Sci102.
The more one understands about a company...the less they will understand where the share price is heading.
That's why broker views on price are irrelevant...they follow the company...not the price.
The group of people who understand the least about the share price direction ?
The directors of the company.
If you see a director of a company buy....follow at your peril !
Posted at 11/6/2024 07:57 by markingtime
Even by the standards of small shareholders, you are totally delusional.Redmile and Vulpes own nearly half the shares, with one sat on the Board. They effectively are the only shareholders who are important - and I would be 100% certain that they are kept well-informed (though only Vulpes/Diggle is deemed an insider).I'd also point out that anyone interested in a corporate deal knows they need those two on board. So why would the Board be interested in potentially wrecking a corporate deal by pumping the market up with a steady stream of unimportant updates?The Nomad and the independent directors are the ones who ensure that shareholders are given material information.Bottom line here is that the correct share price based on disclosed info is in the 8-14p range......and there is potential for 30-70p soon if a corporate deal is the reason for staying relatively quiet.
Posted at 01/6/2024 19:02 by markingtime
Didn't Vulpes describe the valuation as "derisory" a year or so ago, when the share price was double the present price and the trials data had barely started to emerge?Were they wrong?Surely that language implied their estimation was for the share price to be 30p+ back then?
Posted at 27/5/2024 14:06 by ivyspivey
Please explain why I am pessimistic or is it only because I am sceptical of more than a 500% rise and am happy to explain further.
Not that it is any business apart from mine but I do have a 5 figure amount here but it will not impact my life either way in terms of which at the share price will move.
A few facts as I see it.
1.RM and Vulpes who control the outcome here will be happy with 50p imo.
2.Any pharma deal maybe£1bn plus will be milestone related and only a part will be given to SCLP in the near future.
3.There is a risk this could be taken private and/ or Nasdaq and that could limit the SP
4.I don’t believe anyone will buy SCLP in its entirety.
Posted at 25/5/2024 09:43 by inanaco
this man is priming you for what he believes

""""Finally you are quite right, I don't buy into your 'no risk' fairytale and it's somewhat ironic that in order to highlight this you quote the results of the original SCIB1 study. A trial that took place over a decade ago, when there were only about 200m shares in issue and the results were so good that they were going to lead to a trade sale for many multiples of the market cap. Here we are nearly 14 years later and nearly 1 billion shares in issue and the share price under 10p. No risk indeed."""

""""""We've seen endless debate on whether Scancell gets to a multi billion dollar valuation or is the next BioNTech, but I honestly don't think that's the investment case here. It certainly isn't for me.""""

Bermudashorts - 27 Apr 2024 - 20:24:10 - 8129 of 9056 Scancell - Pot of Gold or POS? - SCLP
As usual you are fixating on detail to distract. For reasons that I've fully explained:-

1) You can't predict the probability of success for the forthcoming phase II/III based on the probability of success of a completely different trial.

2) Your statement that the probability of success of future trials will always be higher than the objective response rate from the current trial is simply not true.

You say that all you're trying to do is 'give investors some sort of head light going forward' You are suggesting probabilites of success of 90% in a future phase II/III trial - that's not giving a heads up, it's raising expectations to a completely unreasonable level. I don't care how popular or unpopular these posts are but if anyone is managing to follow any of this debate and believes that Scancell's next trial has a 90% probability of success - it doesn't. Even if the current trial reaches that 70% or even 85% threshold - it still doesn't.
Posted at 21/5/2024 09:01 by ruckrover
Thanks for that. I've given up looking for RNSs so I didn't spot it.
We had a similar no risk share purchase scheme when I worked for one of the big banks. All your share money was put in an account effectively buying options at a fixed price. If the share price went up you could take profits. If the share price went down your investment fund remained intact. They even paid you interest on it.

If only we got that from Scancell - 12 years interest compounded would be worth a pretty penny today!
Posted at 03/5/2024 21:20 by 2tyke
Nope the share price is NOT governed by the probability of success or the probability of failure of products.
It IS governed by herding traders either trying to make money...or limit losses.
The long term investors in love with the company do not play a part in share price movement.
They have already acted, usually at the wrong time due to incorrect premise, and are literally tossed around by the price waves.
So what do they do ?
Complain about the market not understanding their incorrect premise (lol)....comfort eachother that they all have the incorrect premise and so all will be ok in the end (lol)....pray for a takeover ( which is a desperate and very poor reason to hold any stock position).
Posted at 27/4/2024 16:48 by ivyspivey
Inanaco can you please explain why it infers I have no shares as why would I want the share price to go up if I had no shares.
There are plenty of positions between having a shed load of shares like yourself and having none and yes I do have a number of shares or else I would simply not post here but that is not a high enough of a number to worry too much about how much the share price May or may not move in either direction.
I hope for all SH sake that it comes good here both for patients and SH benefit but there are other shares apart from SCLP
Posted at 27/4/2024 15:10 by ivyspivey
Fair post Ruck as you say we all have a motivation to be here to some extent but it dies amuse me when others portray us individually as belonging to a certain camp when only us know the truth.
I frequent these boards as I am invested here and simply want to know as much as possible about my investment by watching the various inputs and making a judgement.
I have absolutely no agenda in trying to drive the share price down for any reason despite others assertions.
I want the share price to go up but equally am comfortable to wait or even if it went bust or went to £1 it would not impact me hence I don’t post that often
Anyway most of the comment action on AIM shares has moved away from BBs to TG groups ( Although the SCLP one is extremely quiet).
Anyways always nice to look in and touch base with folks
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