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#1

Hey guys,

I am curious; have either of you invested in the Company’s stock? If not,could you tell us why?


#2

I’m curious more generally: does anyone own stock in Intercytex? I’m thinking about buys some shares, actually… maybe it’s just my wishful thinking…

» Hey guys,
»
» I am curious; have either of you invested in the Company’s stock? If
» not,could you tell us why?


#3

» I’m curious more generally: does anyone own stock in Intercytex? I’m
» thinking about buys some shares, actually… maybe it’s just my wishful
» thinking…
»
» » Hey guys,
» »
» » I am curious; have either of you invested in the Company’s stock? If
» » not,could you tell us why?

I agree with you, it would be interesting to see who here has actually invested in the company. The reason I single those two out is because they “appear” privy to information. So, Im curious as to whether their actions back up their claims.


#4

» Hey guys,
»
» I am curious; have either of you invested in the Company’s stock? If
» not,could you tell us why?

How do you invest in that company if you are not in the UK?


#5

» » Hey guys,
» »
» » I am curious; have either of you invested in the Company’s stock? If
» » not,could you tell us why?
»
» How do you invest in that company if you are not in the UK?

The stock also trades through brokerages in the U.S. under the Stock Symbol ICYXF.pk


#6

That is actually not Intercytex stock though. That is pink sheets (which is what the pk stands for). It is not the same as stock and does not have the same liquidity as the stock. In theory, it should somewhat follow the value of the actual stock, but there is no guarantee, and there are more risks involved with pink sheets. I would advise anybody thinking about buying pink sheets to do their homework before buying them.