The New Optibiotix Presentation from last night - I still believe the shares will have doubled or trebled by some point in 2022
BREAKING: Iconic labs, Tory MP Damian Collins & toxic Dave Sefton - is there something ( very fishy) they are not telling us?
I’ve previously been wary of rare books and collectibles group Scholium (SCHO) – stating I await evidence of the company making better returns from its asset base. The share price has though recently been rising – today on the back of a “Trading update and establishment of stamp business” announcement…
I previously warned on rare books and collectibles group Scholium (SCHO) on the back of an October trading statement – and the shares are currently further lower, at 34p, on the back of the results announcement for the company’s half-year ended 30th September 2016…
I wrote in July on rare books, arts and collectibles group Scholium (SCHO) as the shares declined to 32.5p on a full-year results announcement. They had recovered to 38p, but are currently more than 9% lower, at 34.5p, on a half-year (to 30th September) trading statement…
Results for the company’s year to 31st March 2016 see rare books, arts and collectibles group Scholium (SCHO) comment “we were pleased with the performance for the year. A significant loss has been reversed and many of our core markets stabilised”. However, the shares are currently approaching 11% lower on the day, at 32.5p, in response. Hmmm…
Investors in collectibles have had a tough time with stamp dealer Stanley Gibbons (SGI) in recent times, those shares down by 95% over the past 12 months. Rare book minnow Scholium (SCHO), on the other hand, is looking rather cheerful.
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