Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Valirx LSE:VAL London Ordinary Share GB00BWWYSP41 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05p -2.63% 1.85p 1.80p 1.90p 1.90p 1.85p 1.90p 40,000 15:42:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 0.0 -5.8 -8.5 - 2.44

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/8/2017
14:12
I never miss ;-)
cautiousmoney
16/8/2017
13:54
lol £700 in a day. Whoosh!
luxaeterna1
16/8/2017
11:42
Fantastic trading day so far, volume well.
thebossman
15/8/2017
16:13
We are here to help nameless not ridicule. Terminology Bid A bid is an offer to buy something on an order book, so for example you may post an offer to buy one share, at $5. Ask An ask is an offer to sell something on an order book, at a set price. For example you may post an offer to sell shares at $6. Trade A trade happens when there are bids/asks that overlap each other, or are at the same price, so there is always a spread of at least one of the smallest currency unit the exchange allows. Shorting Betting that the price of an asset will go down, traditionally by borrowing some of that asset and then selling it, hoping to buy it back at a lower price and pocket the difference (minus interest). Going Long Going long, as you may have guessed, is the opposite of going short. Instead of betting that the price will go down, you buy shares in the hope that the price will go up. The process So, let's say as per your example you borrow 100 shares of company 'X', expecting the price of them to go down. You take your shares to the market and sell them - you make a market sell order (a market 'ask'). This matches against a bid and you receive a price of $5 per share. Now, let's pretend that you change your mind and you think the price is going to go up, you instantly regret your decision. In order to pay back the shares, you now need to buy back your shares as $6 - which is the price off the ask offers on the order book. Similarly, the same is true in the reverse if you are going long. Because of this spread, you have lost money. You sold at a low price and bought at a high price, meaning it costs you more money to repay your borrowed shares. So, when you are shorting you need the spread to be as tight as possible.
thebossman
15/8/2017
16:01
Just for nameless.. 25 Basic Stock Market Trading Terms You Should Know Everyone, beginner and veteran traders alike, can learn from this. Averaging Down: This is when an investor buys more of a stock as the price goes down. This makes it so your average purchase price decreases. Bear Market: This is trading talk for the stock market being in a down trend, or a period of falling stock prices. This is the opposite of a bull market. Beta: A measurement of the relationship between the price of a stock and the movement of the whole market. If stock XYZ has a beta of 1.5, that means that for every 1 point move in the market, stock XYZ moves 1.5 points and vice versa. Blue Chip Stocks: These are the large, industry leading companies. They offer a stable record of significant dividend payments and have a reputation of sound fiscal management. The expression is thought to have been derived from blue gambling chips, which is the highest denomination of chips used in casinos. Bull Market: This is when the stock market as a whole is in a prolonged period of increasing stock prices. Opposite of a bear market. Broker: A person who buys or sells an investment for you in exchange for a fee (a commission). Here is Tim’s favorite broker. (LINK) Day Trading: The practice of buying and selling within the same trading day, before the close of the markets on that day. This is what Tim typically does, although he does have a long-term portfolio as well. Traders that participate in day trading are often called “active traders” or “day traders.” Dividend: this is a portion of a company’s earnings that is paid to shareholders, or people that own hat company’s stock, on a quarterly or annual basis. Not all company’s do this. Exchange: An exchange is a place in which different investments are traded. The most well-known in the United States are the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq. Execution: When an order to buy or sell has been completed. If you put in an order to sell 100 shares, this means that all 100 shares have been sold. Hedge: This is used to limit your losses. You can do this by taking an offsetting position. For example, if you hold 100 shares of XYZ, you could short the stock or futures positions on the stock. Index: An index is a benchmark which is used as a reference marker for traders and portfolio managers. A 10% may sound good, but if the market index returned 12%, then you didn’t do very well since you could have just invested in an index fund and saved time by not trading frequently. Examples are the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Standard & Poor’s 500. Initial Public Offering (IPO): The first sale or offering of a stock by a company to the public, rather than just being owned by private or inside investors. Margin: A margin account lets a person borrow money (take out a loan essentially) from a broker to purchase an investment. The difference between the amount of the loan, and the price of the securities, is called the margin. Moving Average: A stock’s average price-per-share during a specific period of time. Some time frames are 50 and 200 day moving averages. Order: An investor’s bid to buy or sell a certain amount of stock or option contracts. You have to put an order in to buy or sell 100 shares of stock. Portfolio: A collection of investments owned by an investor. You can have as little as one stock in a portfolio to an infinite amount of stocks. Quote: Information on a stock’s latest trading price. This is sometimes delayed by 20 minutes unless you are using an actual broker trading platform. Rally: A rapid increase in the general price level of the market or of the price of a stock. Sector: A group of stocks that are in the same business. An example would be the “Technology221; sector including companies like Apple and Microsoft. Spread: This is the difference between the bid and the ask prices of a stock, or the amount someone is willing to buy it and someone is willing to sell it. Stock Symbol: A one-character to three-character, alphabetic root symbol, which represents a publically traded company on a stock exchange. Apple’s stock symbol is AAPL. Volatility: This refers to the price movements of a stock or the stock market as a whole. Highly volatile stocks are ones with extreme daily up and down movements and wide intraday trading ranges. This is often common with stocks that are thinly traded, or have low trading volumes. This is also common with the stocks that Tim trades. Volume: The number of shares of stock traded during a particular time period, normally measured in average daily trading volume. Yield: This usually refers to the measure of the return on an investment that is received from the payment of a dividend. This is determined by dividing the annual dividend amount by the price paid for the stock. If you bought stock XYZ for $40-a-share and it pays a $1.00-per-year dividend, you have a “yield” of 2.5%
thebossman
15/8/2017
15:51
Prat do you know what is a buy and what is a sell? No you do not. Get help seriously you are in trouble
k9p
15/8/2017
15:37
No disrespect intended I just hope he was not trying to sell Valirx shares and was unsuccessful, I've felt like that myself.. But valirx are just not worth the pain .. hTTps://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/city-worker-dies-in-fall-from-seventh-floor-of-london-stock-exchange/ar-AAq8KLC
thebossman
15/8/2017
11:38
Caut.. We will all be millionaires before the lights go out..Because I need to pay my electric bill.
thebossman
15/8/2017
11:17
money should last a month or so for wages ;-) last man turn the lights out AIMHO
cautiousmoney
15/8/2017
11:13
TCM trades so far today.. Trades 1,049 Volume Sold 1,248,664 Volume Bought 980,114 I take it this be happening because of the above figures.. what will happen when none is available for buying the shares? This has to be answered in two ways - For taking a new intraday position, if you don't find any opponent then your broker will cancel your order at the end of the trading session. For closing your intraday position, If you don’t find any opponent then the only option is to take delivery. The broker will take delivery in his pool account and sell it off later. The real issue arises if you have a short sell position cause now you will not be able to deliver the stock. Hence in this case you will be taken to auction market due to short delivery.
thebossman
14/8/2017
17:10
12 trades for us today not bad. Lol We are Definitely going places Volume SHARE What is 'Volume' Volume is the number of shares or contracts traded in a security or an entire market during a given period of time. For every buyer, there is a seller, and each transaction contributes to the count of total volume. That is, when buyers and sellers agree to make a transaction at a certain price, it is considered one transaction. If only five transactions occur in a day, the volume for the day is five. VIDEO 00:0001:40 BREAKING DOWN 'Volume' Volume is an important indicator in technical analysis as it is used to measure the relative worth of a market move. If the markets make a strong price movement, then the strength of that movement depends on the volume for that period. The higher the volume during the price move, the more significant the move. Fundamental analysis is based on company performance and is used to determine which stock to buy. Technical analysis is based on price and is used to determine when to buy. Technical analysts are primarily looking for entry and exit price points, and volume levels provide clues about where the best entry and exit points are located. Volume Trends Confirm Strength Volume is one of the most important measures of strength for traders and technical analysts. Put simply, volume refers to the number of contracts traded. For any trade to occur, the market needs to produce a buyer and a seller. A transaction occurs when buyers and sellers meet and is referred to as the market price. From an auction perspective, when buyers and sellers become particularly active at a certain price, it means there is a lot of volume. Trades 6,467 Volume Sold 11,269,527 Volume Bought 12,045,503 If there is supposed to be a buyer and seller how come we have a difference of about 800thou shares outstanding yesterday.? More selling than buying this morning but share price is up. Crooked springs to mind.
thebossman
14/8/2017
16:39
If there really was anything then the regulators might Ct, but old news at best clearly storm in tiny tea cup driven by aggrieved loser. If he had anything you would not be hearing anything until the guy had won vast wealth. Mucky stuff and not central any sensible money management is AIM. It is fun gambling though.
k9p
14/8/2017
11:17
Algún troll ha estado posteando comentarios feos yo pienso es nameless.jajaja Mr0nions tiene mucha suerte con TCM Who's running the market 3670 trades and about 6m buys etc 6m sells pull the other one.. The suits are working this one well. One the other hand about 7 trades sounds about right for ValiRx. Has the bull run ended with TCM
thebossman
13/8/2017
06:34
Who can understand or believe these posters anymore.. Today 00:06 Price: 1.90 100Tarn 5 posts Blue Monday Wattch this SPACE And spelling Off Topic No Opinion Sat 23:40 Price: 1.90 100Tarn 5 posts wishful/Colombo My wise men sell me some more for pittance on Monday 👍 Off Topic No Opinion Today 08:41 Price: 1.90 scooby-doo 1,107 posts Blue Monday blue 2% rise and the bid stays the same or a proper rise 10/15% on no news come on mr tarn share your imfo,anyway good to see new posters gl buddy Off Topic No Opinion Tilly.. Nameless tells a different story but who cares.. Regards
thebossman
12/8/2017
21:53
BossK9p been here a long time Nursing massive losses That's why he so bitter and belligerent
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