Shield Therapeutics Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Shield Therapeutics Plc LSE:STX London Ordinary Share GB00BYV81293 ORD 1.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 6.45 973,039 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.30 6.60 6.45 6.45 6.45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceutical Preparations 1.52 -19.34 -9.00 - 37.78
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:00 O 950 6.60 GBX

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Posted at 17/5/2023 09:38 by wallywoo
The market does look forward. It is also extremely common for the market to over value a share price (for cash burning company's), just after an equity issue.

Then as cash goes down, so does the share price. That is the most likely future here. That happens time and time again, over many investments. Nothing has changed, stx lost a lot of money over the last 2 years (With current mgt) and will continue to do so.

The next cash raise in 12 to 18 months will be at 1-3p. Meanwhile the trend of lower highs, and lower lows of the share price will likely continue. Any investment book will tell you that is a terrible investment.

Posted at 17/5/2023 09:19 by wallywoo
Lol, it is basic supply and demand. Any economics school boy will tell you;

"what happens to the price of anything if the supply increases by 700%"

Don't take my word for it, look at any share that have issued an awful lot of shares over the last few years. There are lots of them. It's also why there are many paid rampers on this BB trying to generate demand for STX shares!!

Broker's notes are useless for small cap, massively equity issuing stocks. Read Peter Lynch's books that clearly explain that Broker's notes are trying to win that broker business (not make pi's rich). Follow their advice with small caps and you will be much poorer. It's easy to paint "pie in the sky" forecasts of future profits. However, they are very unlikely to come quick enough for Stx. When cash runs out, the share price is stuffed!!! Oddly the broker most likely to win new equity issue business, will be the one with the most bullish notes (that lost investors the most money).

Posted at 17/5/2023 08:15 by wallywoo
Lol, of course this will go back to 6p and less.

Currently stx have 713m shares in issue (117m just 2 years ago). That's a mkt cap of £50m.

In a poor market, with high inflation. That is too high for a 1 product, loss making, cash burning company with nearly 700% more shares in issue. £50m valuation is being held up with post equity issue euphoria. Like all huge paper issuers, (dlar, cost, kie, Saga etc) this will fall back soon enough. There will probably be a share consolidation at some point too. That is always bad news, just look at Saga, (15 for 1 consolidation) 99% of investors carrying losses.

When the markets dive, which I think they will this will trade under 6p. Even if they don't, it will stagnate until the cash is all gone in 12 months, then go under 6p.

All you need to do is read all the paid rampers (post nowhere else, constantly call the share price much higher, despite being on here for years), calls for the share price to be 10p+. That doesn't happen with shares that are not distressed, and desperate for shareholder support.

Trade the volatility here, if you must. But a buy and hold strategy will make you poorer.

Posted at 18/4/2023 08:20 by wallywoo
Lol, bolitix, the poster who has been holding and ramping this terrible investment since the share price was 55p. How can anyone believe anything you say, with such a terrible track record??Stx have gone from 257m shares in issue to 586m, in order to raise around £16m. That is the problem here. There are sooo many shares in issue that even if Stx slip a tiny amount in their revenue growth they will need more cash. More cash means a share price of 1 to 3p share price in 12 months. Company's that are loss making and constantly issuing shares fare really badly in high inflation, poor bear markets. In the last 6 years, Stx has lost 96% of shareholders wealth. I expect that loss to continue.
Posted at 07/4/2023 08:22 by wallywoo
Lol, Stx have just about managed to raise $21m in a equity issue at 6p, 2 years after raising $30m at 30p. With this number of shares in issue Stx really struggle to have enough demand for their shares. This is why loads of paid rampers are on here, and the share price is sooo low. There's evidence that money is withdrawing from world stock markets after unprecedented money printing and a bubble forming.

They failed to raise any money in 2022, and had to organise emergency debt at very high interest rates. To get the 6p equity issue sorted and generate enough interest, Stx had to backtrack and sell 50% interest of Accrufer to Viatris.

And you think they will easily raise equity at 20p in 12 months time? Since there are 585m shares in issue that would mean that this loss making, cash burning, down 99% since floating company would be worth £120m (and probably £160m since equity issues are always discounted). It will most likely be a huge bear market by then with many assets hit hard, due to inflation, high interest rates and falling property prices.

Let's be realistic, they would be raising a huge number more shares at 1p in 12 months. The only limit on how many shares would be "how many mugs are there to buy them". In fact just like this time because they freely admitted they would of raised more shares this time, if they had the demand. Anyone can buy under the issue price now, and will be cheaper in the months ahead.

Posted at 05/4/2023 08:35 by wallywoo
"This time next year, Rodney, we will be millionaires "

Listen to yourself, Bolitix lol, LOL

Do you really get paid for ramping this badly??

Share price is going nowhere. Share is extremely high risk. Costs are off the scale high and any slippage in revenue growth will result in cash running out.

The reality is;

"This time next year, we will be 60% down on our investment and have to inject more money into this money pit "

Pretty much the same trend as the last 7 years!!! Meanwhile, bolitix (who doesn't really own any shares here, and has been ramping since the share price was 55p), will be calling the share higher in the future!!!

Posted at 04/4/2023 13:00 by wallywoo
Lol daveboy,

if the share price wasn't at rock bottom shortly after a equity issue, even I would agree with you. The share price is always right, you only find out why later on.

I am speculating why that is, and why it could move a lot lower. You always have to identify the dog shares, so you know what makes the winners imo, and this smells like ripe cheese left on the radiator!!!

Only time will tell, but I think I have this right. There's a auditing scandal here and a potential share price suspension.

Posted at 03/4/2023 14:31 by wallywoo
If the market always looks forward, why is the share price at the lowest price ever?

The answer is easy, because the market doesn't believe Stx won't need more cash. Just like the market should not of believed in March 2021, when they raised cash at 30p.

Stx will have to prove rapid cash improvement. That won't happen until at least end 2023, so any sensible pi would wait before buying this because a short term share price improvement is unlikely.

Posted at 03/4/2023 09:51 by wallywoo
You need to try harder daveboy, with your ridiculous ramping. Perhaps pretend that this rubbish will be worth £10 a share. Though thinking tiny little STX will react in a similar way to Amazon is pretty outrageous!!

Currently the silly, massively optimistic rampers are losing this war.

This is the most likely future. Stx will increase revenue but not by enough to break even. By 2024, high inflation and a increased banking crisis will of made finance very difficult. It will become obvious Stx will need more money, share price will be 1 -3p as the market gets increasingly more nervous that more finance will be difficult and the huge number of shares will be increasingly difficult to maintain share demand.

Posted at 27/3/2023 14:06 by wallywoo
Lol, standard paid ramper reply. Try your hardest to discredit the cynic's. Actually did quite well when I traded this, though never held for long.

Wrong I am afraid. I just don't like BB paid rampers. There is not 1 investor in profit and you are all ramping the pants off this. That doesn't correspond to real investor emotions.

You are trying to entice buyers by pretending the share price will shoot up. It won't, too many shares, high cash burn rate, cost of new money too high. If I can make 1 investor think twice before losing money here, it will be worth it. Which is the opposite to the objective to many of you.

Solent25, mostly just posts on STX. He started posting in August 21 when the share price was 35p, always posting how under valued this is!!! However, he still is keen after it has lost over 80% since then and issued many shares. Suspect me thinks - paid rampers are soo easy to spot, is this your only share lol, sad or what!!!!

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