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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Venture Life Group Plc LSE:VLG London Ordinary Share GB00BFPM8908 ORD 0.3P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -2.04% 48.00 47.00 48.00 49.00 47.50 49.00 84,032 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 30.1 3.3 2.7 17.5 60

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/10/2021
14:43
Have bought a few this morning for the momentum shift now massive seller has cleared. Underlying story still needs to convince the market, but IMO this was over 60p after last RNS, so maybe it will trend back towards there? DYOR
qs99
28/10/2021
13:40
Bought in size
nw99
28/10/2021
13:37
Overhang cleared
nw99
28/10/2021
12:50
Looks like overhang cleared so have bought a few more - a few pence better timed than last weeks buy. With economies improving post covid I can't believe sales won't go up significantly. Worth more.
thedudie
28/10/2021
11:45
First interesting bit of activity here in a while. Looks like a possible clear out of sellers at 40.5p with volume approaching a very significant 8.5m at the moment. Stream of buys following those large trades in. A quick short term bounce candidate? 50p looks key for a more significant bounce. IF it gets that far i.e. all sellers have been cleared, and 50p breaks, the bounce could be alot bigger but one step at a time. Too many iffy statements of late to make a call beyond the short term and the next trading updates. All imo DYOR Not active of late, maybe more so in future.
sphere25
28/10/2021
11:37
8m traded looks like IMO a big seller may have cleared. DYOR naturally, but think this may as a trading play, trend back towards the 55-60p mark. May even get ST in the IC punting it hard again...DYOR and GLA
qs99
28/10/2021
11:17
I've bought at 42.99p this morning - hoping the big sellers are out and price stabilizes a bit!
lammylover
28/10/2021
11:12
Looks a buy here
nw99
28/10/2021
07:31
Agreed on that Whatja, management credibility defo in the doldrums to put it politely....need a few in fill deals they promised and organic growth / progress to even begin to put things right. DYOR etc
qs99
26/10/2021
13:37
Mcap of £54m…..and they raised £35m almost a year ago…. If the new businesses turn out to be well organised and as profitable as stated this is bargain territory….until we have 18-24m of financial performance we will not know for sure. Many will not invest more….but if you believe then you should double down or more…it is an act of faith at present…I am going to wait for atleast the FY numbers as I would rather pay 60-70p with some promise of solidity than pay 45p for hope.
whatja
26/10/2021
13:18
You'd expect Management to buy some shares to show some faith in the business and give their own shares some financial support....
lammylover
26/10/2021
12:07
Selling attracting more selling, it's on around PE:6 against Cenko's projection for 2022. Blackrock haven't helped but they're not always right and as rivaldo points out other institutions have been nibbling more. Well management caused it and only they can put it right, sentiment being shot, but it seems way overdone on the numbers.
paleje
25/10/2021
06:09
Well, speaking of.....:o)) BlackRock have reduced to below 5%, so will be one of the guilty parties supplying stock to the market: Https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/venture-life-VLG/share-news/Venture-Life-Group-PLC-Holdings-in-Company/86354682
rivaldo
22/10/2021
10:01
Indeed. Hopefully this is the bottom. Good to see Stonehage Fleming going above 5% with 6.29m shares. Pendal Group also went above 5% last month, and the last holding RNS prior to that was in April with Octopus Investments going above 3%. So on the face of it there's been no (or certainly little) institutional selling - instead institutions appear to have been picking up stock from those scared off by the two non-core issues and the subsequent falling away of trust in management. If management can demonstrate that the core business continues to do well, and the Dentyl China and sanitiser declines prove to be one-offs, then there could be substantial upside from here.
rivaldo
11/10/2021
14:07
"the time to buy is when there's blood in the streets." There is certainly a fair bit of investor blood in the street with VLG, some of it may even be from Stonehage Fleming.
red ninja
11/10/2021
13:52
hTTps://www.venture-life.com/investor-relations/shareholder-analysis/ From 4.4%
thedudie
11/10/2021
13:48
Very interesting 5% stake taken there...views?
qs99
07/10/2021
15:10
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-10068043/Using-mouthwash-cut-risk-dying-Covid-Poor-oral-health-linked-getting-severely-ill.html end of article says many have downplayed the benefits, but interesting none the less DYOR
qs99
07/10/2021
14:44
downing-strategic-micro-cap-investment-trust September factsheet :- "Venture Life (-25.9%) was the standout disappointment in the month, with management disclosing further margin headwinds despite only releasing a trading statement the prior month. As the business grows organically and with the additions of the recent acquisitions and a relatively fixed manufacturing overhead, margins and earnings should improve. " HTtps://www.downing.co.uk/investor/offers/downing-strategic-micro-cap-investment-trust
red ninja
24/9/2021
08:56
Buys are going in, red not the true picture.
paleje
24/9/2021
08:00
Looks good to buy here
nw99
23/9/2021
19:05
I bought in on the strength of an ST write up late 2019. Does he write about VLG now? What of John Rosier, is he still in it? And Mark Slater for that matter - he must be fuming. If I was still a holder I'd be going ballistic at the next AGM. edit - ps, this is profit warning #2. There is another one to come.
farnesbarnes
23/9/2021
14:13
VLG have a manufacturing facility in Italy and during the pandemic they decided to make sanitising gel for pharmacies to sell and also free stuff for hospitals. Well done. However there is no economic moat to making sanitising gel. Maybe there is a lot of goodwill in Italy, some value in the brand, but not really much of a future for that product anywhere else.
jagworth
23/9/2021
09:25
Could see a brief bounce first but looking more like this could drift for a while now and slip back to 40-50p range. Yes cheap but for all the reasons others have stated.
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