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  • The audited results for 2015 were released today. Revenue is up to $21M (was $18M). EBITDA increase of almost 300% to $4.1M. And profit of $1.2M.

    Furthermore they enter 2016 with base revenue of $12M which is almost 20% increase over last year.

    Things are looking very good. I expect the stock to gradually increase to 150 pence this year. If the year has any positive surprises then it can go well beyond that.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • steven, there has to be a story behind your use of so many different names. Will you fill us in? Thanks in advance.

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    I am a geron "GOON"

    by docaiii May 4, 2016 9:21 AM

    Hang in there Jim. Janssen is steering the Star Ship Imetelstat right now.

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    Voting "yes"

    by envy_vo May 2, 2016 3:05 PM

    Dan, is that really you? LOL
    Didn't think you were a message board spammer

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    Hillary calls it a review

    by rumbleinstreet 2 hours 14 minutes ago

    Rob, looks like your on board with the man who upgrades to a younger #$%$ every few years, degrades women, plans to kill terrorists families, won't rule out nukes in Europe, and will ban all Muslims. I guess London's mayor won't be able to visit the U.S.

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    Long 25k GLD 103.85 (AEA)

    by A Yahoo! User Nov 16, 2015 10:59 AM

    ppppppppppp

  • Zijinn Mining (China) looking at AUY for buyout. Hold on.......

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    20,000!!!

    by blackmarango May 4, 2016 1:59 PM

    Joe, Can you get Bernard something special for this celebration ?

  • Stever the beaver doesn't own any shares. He comes here because he's run out of fresh poplar to chew.

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    Trading

    by moonfleet101 Apr 12, 2007 10:50 PM

    good to see you back Moon, but boy is it difficult getting a word in edgeways here lolol - more so hard to get a word on due boards messing about.
    I'm hoping the rest of your animal menagerie is all safe and well, you have had a bad trot of it recently - so sorry for what has been happening. How are those snails going these days?
    Markets got to a real high for me on Friday, but pegged back today - its always the same and you can set your watch by when the falls are going to take place, one day after new highs lol. Anyway, I am really happy with my portfolio, so apart from scrip divis I won't be adding anymore until Feb next year, barring any dramatic bargains, I have committed so much more during these falls so I have to whittle down the trading reserve loan for now. But picking up RDSB, LGEN, AZN and GSK top-ups were irresistible at these levels. Was eyeing up a miner but can't take that risk with work things going on.
    Yep, hoping nothing untoward, and think it is more a comment on the CEO than anything - he has been rubbing up Camelot the wrong way - FD was DIrector of the year 2 years ago under previous CEO and we had a happy ship. However, hardly anyone seems happy here now, the famous last words being "this is not a democracy". Anyway, it will be possibly 5 months before positions are filled permanently, so with that and a nice VR, I might be better off going.
    Loving the X-files again this week Moon - agreed on the humour - there was some great lines form the lizard bloke, and enjoyed the binman episode. A real welcome back to them. Saw a great movie called "Kawajaki" about a platoon in Afghanistan protecting a dam - a true story and worth a look.
    Re Coldplay, it is London for us thank goodness, too risky for Paris. Too big a band for JErsey though. We have got Stewart Lee coming across, my favourite comedian ever! Have a llok at his Comedy Vehicle on BBC2 Thursday - dry as a desert, and insults the audience without them realising it lol

    GRIm

  • It's obvious that I have a interest here or I wouldn't be here.

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    Trading

    by moonfleet101 Apr 12, 2007 10:50 PM

    Yes, happy anniversary. Blimey, 9 years. Hasn't it flown over. Just confirms my suspicions that my life is flying by now. All these celebrities from my era going the journey doesn't help either.

    I think I've tracked down the problem of my chest pain. My ladyfriend pointed it out to me at the weekend. When I'm watching the tv the dogs like to get my attention by putting their 2 front paws on my chest to get as close as they can to me. Even though they're westies, they're quite heavy dogs and the constant standing on my chest has built up to a point that it hurts. I hadn't realised they were doing until my ladyfriend pointed it out but it really hurts when they do it now. I think the chest infection was just a coincidence because that seems to have gone now.

    Leicester might be having a late season wobbler, like you predicted. They still have 2 home games out of 3 though so it's in their hands. Man U just don't deserve a place in the champions league. I would still be wanting Man C to win it this season. Liverpool's match was just astonishing. It was very reminiscent of the match against Milan when they came back from the dead to win. I like Klopp. He's a genuine football man who just has a passion for his team to win.

    I've seen The Edge of Tomorrow. I like anything Tom cruise does these days. I used to say that about Will Smith until I saw After Earth. What an awful film that was. I usually like sci fi films but not that one. lol

    The FTSE has been great but I took my first short today at 6400. I couldn't wait any longer because we're well overbought now but I'm more concerned at the \American market because once they pull their money out of that then they'll pull it out of everywhere. The FTSE should be at 6700 if on a par with the dow but it's not working out like that. I still have a few longs held back for any ramp up and final blast off before the big boys start cashing in.

    Moon

  • steven, such a liar. Why do you post under so many different names.

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    Mannkind longs read this post

    by making_sum_money Apr 29, 2016 12:07 PM

    steven, there you are with yet another username. Why?

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    Increased volume today

    by hairypotter9 May 4, 2016 11:05 AM

    Another useful message from JohnL

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    This cusip is a daytraders dream

    by dazetrader824 May 4, 2016 2:52 PM

    Thanks for the worthless message "bri"

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    Trading

    by moonfleet101 Apr 12, 2007 10:50 PM

    Blimey....long time no hear Jax. The big 50. That's a nasty one. It's all downhill from there. lolol. Grim said that he'd missed you. I think he mentioned something about a hurricane and had to leave Sydney early. You've got rubbish weather over there. lol. Pity you missed him though. He would have liked to have seen you. Living right on the harbour? You must have some money.

    Surprised to hear you're not trading. You used to love your warrants. I never did understand them. lol. I'm still plugging away with my spreadbetting. I won't give that up now. For me, it's the safest way to make money. Bit by bit. No big sixes out of the ground. Just singles off every ball. lolol. That should be written down in a guide to spreadbetting. I think everyone is depending on the central banks stepping in when things start to look as if they're going belly up. They're in too deep now and will just keep putting money into the system whether it's QE or under the table. There's no other way. Everywhere is bankrupt. Just print money to oblivion. Could take a hundred years for oblivion to arrive so they'll just keep doing it. I just look at Venezuela. Everyone at the time, about 2 years ago, was saying how great it was that their stockmarket was up 400%. Now it's a bankrupt country on the verge of default with double digit inflation. The government just printed money to buy stocks and everything else. We'll all end up the same but could be years away yet. Hopefully I'll be long gone.

    West Ham are doing well. ust on the fringe of the big money clubs. If Leicester can show such improvement then so can West Ham. I really want Leicester to win the Premiership this season though. Just to prove to the big spenders that it can be done with hard work and teamwork. We need more teams like that.

    Moon

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    Trading

    by moonfleet101 Apr 12, 2007 10:50 PM

    Gutted Moon - Johan Cruyff, the best player I ever saw gone. what a player, manager and forthright character who knew his own mind. That Cruyff turn was one of my favourite moments in football ever, and look up on youtube a penalty he took with Jesper Olsen at Ajax - nobody else had thought to do that before, and Neymar and Suarez recently repeated it at his second home of Barcelona. That Dutch team was superb, and he was the best of that team, though thought that Johan Neeskens was very close. Getting very fed up with icons disappearing this year.
    Glad your car is going well, and hope you get your laptop to keep going for many more years - your right about having things now and wishing we had them years ago - but I wish I had my ipad and ipod back when I was a kid, but they had not been invented then. I love on a basic level being able to buy films or music without having to trapse to town in the pouring rain, instead having them instantly to enjoy.
    Do you think they should stop showing the images of terrorist attacks in the media? In a way, it might help if they ignored it, instead of giving air-time to ISIS cause and free publicity to persuade other Jihadi's to join in the carnage. It hasn't helped stop it by blanket coverage, so why not try a news blackout on these events, like in the second World War?
    FTSE wasn't great today, but seeing Next hit, and BHS problems explains that!
    GR~im

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    Another liberal mythe destroyed

    by springer_1994 Apr 7, 2016 10:16 AM

    I think the data in the article support VT.

    While GOP turnout was up compared to 2012, Democratic turnout was down compared to 2008. (In 2012 Obama was running for re-election so there was no Democratic primary.)

    Voter ID laws disproportionately affect low-income minority voters, that is, voters who are more likely to vote for Democrats. That's why Republican legislatures pass them whenever they can. The usual excuse is to prevent "vote fraud" but there is overwhelming evidence that there is vanishingly little actual fraud in American elections. "Vote fraud" is a fig leaf to cover vote suppression.

    Republicans know that they are outnumbered by both Democrats and Independents. So there best shot at winning is to prevent as many potential Democratic voters from getting to the polls as possible.

    In the minds of many Republicans--including you, I suspect--poor people and minorities shouldn't be allowed to vote anyway. For many Republicans, limiting the franchise to land owners, as we did in the early days of the Republic, would be just fine. Since that's not legal or likely to become legal any time soon, the next best thing is to discourage Democrats from going to the polls.

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    New article I just found

    by stevejarvis123 Apr 13, 2016 11:42 AM

    one patient is killed every 90 sec due to surgical errors , about 400.000/year in USA alone.

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