Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tiziana Life Sciences LSE:TILS London Ordinary Share GB00BKWNZY55 ORD 3P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +21.25p +26.23% 102.25p 98.50p 106.00p 111.00p 80.00p 80.00p 209,210 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 0.0 -8.3 -6.4 - 129.78

Tiziana Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/8/2018
19:46
break even £29.05p
twodegrees
20/8/2018
12:10
How soon is the listing on the Nasdaq.? Going well anyway,volume is a lot more than normal aswell. Those recent DB's got this going by the looks of it.
recordz
20/8/2018
09:37
And he’s buying more! Hopefully we will hit the Nasdaq at well over a dollar as the minimum price on nasdaq is a dollar.
stenick
17/8/2018
11:17
The fact the Mr Cerrone has bought nearly 500000 is a good sign and I think there are a lot of options at around 85p which would bring some money in. I’m not worried about dilution at this stage even with nasdaq offering as the max shares with all options, warrants and nasdaq will stil be under 200mill, and with loads of money in bank from nasdaq.Exciting times ahead me thinks.
stenick
17/8/2018
11:01
I tend to agree. It's a risk for sure - we all know that - but they have a strong team and USA exposure, so a buyout could also happen at a big premium I feel. The shares are very illiquid so any big volume buys will send the price rocketing again IMHO. The opposite applies too of course.
jpuff
17/8/2018
10:57
If theses drugs are as good as they look £2.00 will be a distant memory.IMO.
stenick
17/8/2018
10:33
I daren't calculate my break-even point - having originally got into this share by buying Regen. And like jpuff, having had my fingers plus most of my body burned in the past, I too was too windy to take the opportunity to get back in until (too late?) this morning.
asmodeus
17/8/2018
10:06
My break even is also 200p. I'm confident we'll get there given patience. Wish I'd had the guts to average down a bit at 35p recently but the psychology of it is a real barrier when down so much eh!
jpuff
17/8/2018
09:46
Looks like we have a winner. but will it ever reach my break even for me at £1.95
osammyboy2
16/8/2018
16:35
A bit more like it!
jpuff
16/8/2018
10:31
A nasal spray to combat Alzheimer’s and others, absolutely brilliant!. This blood brain barrier seems to have been a stumbling block,but with Foralumab and Milciclib able to cross it, well what a game changers these will be and Foralumab being fully human. I’m no scientist but I can see the potential.
stenick
15/8/2018
18:28
Thanks Stenick Very positive outlook
osammyboy2
15/8/2018
12:41
Osammyboy found the actual trial report on above, makes interesting reading, Milciclib is portrayed in a very favourable light. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41388-018-0135-1#Sec9
stenick
08/8/2018
19:46
Copied this from LSE BB (as posted by Cloudy390) hxxps://www.thebraintumourcharity.org/media-centre/news/latest-news/combination-therapy-treat-medulloblastoma/
osammyboy2
01/8/2018
18:42
It takes time, but all I can see is that the product works, not 100%, but does an aspirin always get rid of your symptoms,and with low toxicity, it’s got to be worth a try. By my reasearch not one to be ignored maybe.
stenick
01/8/2018
18:19
I have my fingers crossed for a slow steady recovery Stenick and perhaps hopefully added momentum once the Nasdaq listing happens. The Beauforts saga no doubt didn't help here but we'll probably never know given all the smoke and mirrors surrounding their demise. I have no hard feelings towards TILS other than the lack of clear and timely shareholder communication perhaps.
jpuff
01/8/2018
18:12
Steady solid rise, and so it should be. Jpuff I don’t think Beauforts we’re taking the mick I just think they got caught out on there other things and dragged us down with them maybe.It will all come out in the wash, so to speak.
stenick
30/7/2018
18:47
Well this a poor turn out, perhaps we will let the good yanks show us how it’s done. Typical!
stenick
30/7/2018
01:46
You obviously don't understand the lack of liquidity in this share. I suggest as a novice you avoid. Period
jpuff
28/7/2018
09:03
jpuff if you didn't use a sensible stop loss on the 200p purchace you simply have no business buying stocks. period.
moneytree1
28/7/2018
08:10
Thanks for your enquiry Sten. I have still got what's left of my holding, and have been keeping an eye on this board, but have not felt able to make informed comment. Your own are always much appreciated. Best wishes. Asmo.
asmodeus
27/7/2018
23:23
Hope like you it comes good Stenick but having been marched all the way up the hill and all the way down again with no obvious explanation I can only vent my frustration at their original broker Beauforts (now bust) who I was a customer of for getting us retail customers to foolishly buy in at 200p+ (on several bullish buy notes). They have since been incriminated for pump and dump activities in the USA and I along with many other clients of theirs have a formal complaint in with the FSCS for compensation due to their poor and inappropriate advice. So that's still to be resolved. In the mean time TILS starts over again at the original IPO price with a glimmer of hope let's say. The future maybe rosy in which case I would now be holding 5x as many shares though if I was a believer.
jpuff
27/7/2018
18:26
I feel for you jpuff no one likes to be lead up the garden path, but I feel Tils have aswell, with Beauforts etc. But no more,I think a new area is opening up for Tils, and I believe after what I have reasearched Tils should succeed and bring this to the people that need it, but it seems to take a long long if you are not big pharma who can throw money at it and get it fast tracked. But ‘That’s Life’ To infinity and beyond. Hopefully. 😎
stenick
27/7/2018
18:03
Hope so jpuff, the last one I bailed out of at 60p that whent on NASDQ is now $142 arrrrrgh.
stenick
27/7/2018
17:42
I never jumped out in the first place Stenick - hence my gripe when I bought in big time for me at 200p+ ouch! Hoping to recover my loses now and daring myself to average down perhaps. Still if all goes well I'm sure we'll see 200p+ again in the Nasdaq listing goes well and the products of course.
jpuff
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