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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Skinbiotherapeutics Plc LSE:SBTX London Ordinary Share GB00BF33H870 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  6.50 21.31% 37.00 37.00 38.00 37.50 30.50 30.50 3,667,706 16:45:49
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 0.0 -1.6 -1.2 - 58

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/8/2020
08:24
A few buyers. Is this the bottom of the dip? Hopefully higher low on the uptrend about to go in.
parob
19/8/2020
14:45
If they are a trader rather than investor no doubt happy with their profit. As you said, news re trial will likely be received circa Dec 20 so share price may well stagnate until then, unless of course another partnership drops in the interim. Personally, I have added to this share rather than cash in the recent rise with the view to seeing this multi bag over a 2 year period, but also am primarily a trader rather than investor so appreciate the pros and cons of both approaches.
aquaesulis01
19/8/2020
13:06
They will deeply regret that IMHO. Trial is close and everything on track despite the pandemic. No reason to sell at these low prices. Each to their own I guess. GLA
madaboutmed
19/8/2020
12:52
Yes looks like they are still selling.
rafboy
17/8/2020
17:48
Someone churning their sells out
judijudi
17/8/2020
11:17
For sure it shouldn't be! but we have seen over recent months a high propensity to drop for little or no reason but on days of continual buying often takes a while to tick up. I am certainly not claiming conspiracy theories just observing that it ticked down this am for no apparent reason. So it's normally larger delayed sells or tree shake
gary hindsight
17/8/2020
10:40
Gary hindsight are you saying that an 80k sale brings the share price down by around 3% ?
atlantic57
17/8/2020
10:38
Shouldn't the price be shooting up then ?
robo28
17/8/2020
10:34
300k buys from this am
gary hindsight
17/8/2020
09:46
Looks like it
robo28
17/8/2020
08:52
Good chance it already has I reckon
gary hindsight
17/8/2020
08:41
What's the betting it finds its way into OPTI.
slartybartfaster
17/8/2020
08:30
There's the answer 80k sell and hour ago
gary hindsight
17/8/2020
07:38
Very quick to drop the price this morning on a few sells. Tree shake or larger sell to be reported ?
gary hindsight
16/8/2020
18:30
The royalties are double digit baseline aren't they? SA then added there will be a premium for 1st adopters. Won't this create a competitive edge.
slartybartfaster
16/8/2020
17:53
Remember if you want to count double the money in your hand, folded it in half, because there are no guarantees in life. DIAMOND.
diamond fibre
16/8/2020
17:08
Hopefully but I'm not sure, I think it will be a similar trajectory. Croda could be a massive one but sales will take time to build and don't forget SBTX are getting tiered royalties so a small fraction of partner end sales (though high quality high margin sales).
riskybusiness1
16/8/2020
14:27
Risky, one area i disagree is i think the 2 commercial partnerships will generate revenues much quicker than OPTI did. They are's are lower hanging fruits as SA states and the regulatory barriers are also lower. I don't know home many of sederma's partners will be offered the first options for the new product, but we do know from the podcasts they will be at a premium and we also know there is serious marketing spend thrown at these type of products. I think the share price could move ahead of this very sharply. If the reality is different then you may well be proven correct and the share price corrects as did OPTI's.
slartybartfaster
15/8/2020
21:44
That sounds like a rock solid strategy; I especially like the agri land aspect, which I think offers certain tax advantages in the UK as well? I share your enthusiasm about the microbiome science - but I continue to battle with myself to try and maintain a degree of risk management and diversification within my share portfolio, just in case it doesn't end up as we holders hope. Ideally, I should probably have a couple more 'safer' large caps and a couple fewer small caps, but OPTI, SBTX and 4D I plan to keep at least a small majority of my current holding until the end game, wherever and whenever that may be, while hopefully being able to trade along the fringes now and again, for a mixture of fun and additional cash generation. Exciting journey anyway. Enjoy the rest of your evening S and weekend too.
lovewinshatelosses
15/8/2020
21:13
I’ve spent the last 2 years paying down debt, loans etc. I’ve said it before but as a payment finishes I use the same amount per month to invest. Funny how a couple of car leases/loans soon adds up. Mainly stocks but a couple of isas and some agricultural land. Big statement I know but this sector is going to be hot and it’s what’s keeping me in the market. If there no microbiome science I’d be sat mainly on cash and gold. S
shrewdmole
15/8/2020
19:40
I agree its not evil - but I'm not sure those in charge would :) That said, I think paying đown/off debt, holding some good dividend stocks and holding a decent cash pile in these times, is simply good common sense, in all conditions - which aligns with advice on surviving a deflationary environment. Thus, synergies exist anyway.
lovewinshatelosses
15/8/2020
19:00
Love Yes I did say deflation. And Tbh it’s needed. It’s not an evil word either as long as everything is in line. A gold hedge is sensible but the growth sector negates some of the risk. S
shrewdmole
15/8/2020
18:37
I have just seen you said deflation, not inflation. Very interesting. We will have to disagree on that point, as I do not see it happening in any meaningful way, but the next real pressure point is going to be October or certainly November, when events across the pond play out. It will be a long time yet before things settle down and the FTSE justifies it's current heady points, all IMO.
lovewinshatelosses
15/8/2020
17:24
I agree and that's also why my biggest holding now is a precious metals miner, which I have been stake building since 2017 or so. I anticipated a bad recession hitting in 2018 (shows what I know) but continued buying since and averaging down. If like me you continue to feel bullish about the gold and silver price, this feels like one way to offset the sugarstorm somewhat of money printing, among other things. Even Warren Buffet has bought into a gold miner recently, I was reading on Bloomberg. This is highly unusual for him. Pharma and some tech stocks are the other areas that are probably a good bet right now IMO as well. All that said, I am a million miles away from being a top stock picker as some of my historic buys have shown, so good luck to us all in the next 3-5 years, whatever direction we choose.
lovewinshatelosses
15/8/2020
17:16
Pj where is this information you are quoting from? Pi's do not normally have access to company share registers.Also we know Seneca recently held a large amount in Opti and according to their recent report still do so wherever your data is coming from it doesn't appear to very accurate.
riskybusiness1
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