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Interested in your thoughts on Mysale Paul. "rev and profit to 30th June 2018 will be significantly below market expectations". Doesn't sound good. Trading in the peak second quarter seem to be responsible as well as the extension of general sales tax in Oz. Worryingly there is the promise of a better second half. I am struggling with this share. Second a company I always…

Thanks RMillaree, I think that is an interesting and amusing investment strategy. Perhaps you should mention it to Ed, I would be fascinated to see if it holds up. Also appreciate your wider thoughts, I think I will hold off. The attraction is Graphene but from your rules based approach to advfn it is a story well told. Have a good Xmas.

I am interested n any thoughts on Versarien. The advfn chat board like so many boards is rather knee jerk and conversations about putting all ones pension on a share bothers me greatly. That said some of the insights are good and if true this could be £1bn market cap plus share (last time I looked around (£200m). So multi bagger. But not without risk.…

Paul, Victoria I think the fact he was able to sell at £8.27 and buy back in at this level actually gives me some confidence in the Chair.

Paul if you get any time I would be very interested in your thoughts on Intercede interims. Cost savings 29% and revs up 14% lead to reduced operating loss of 0.6m which with R&D tax refund moves to a small profit. Cash at 3.6m Chairman says he expects company to return to op profit in next financial year. All quite promising as far as I…


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