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Who owns Intercytex\'s stocks?


#1

Who bought shares in Intercytex? Just curious


#2

I don’t get the posters in this forum. You all act like cult followers for Intercytex but nobody owns shares in the company. If you are such a firm believer of the company, should all of you be owning their stock by now?


#3

» I don’t get the posters in this forum. You all act like cult followers for
» Intercytex but nobody owns shares in the company. If you are such a firm
» believer of the company, should all of you be owning their stock by now?

Give me the $$$ and I’ll gladly invest it!


#4

» » I don’t get the posters in this forum. You all act like cult followers
» for
» » Intercytex but nobody owns shares in the company. If you are such a
» firm
» » believer of the company, should all of you be owning their stock by
» now?
»
» Give me the $$$ and I’ll gladly invest it!

Intercytex’s stock is trading at 50 pounds per share or US$100. If you can’t even afford 1 share of ICX, what makes you think you can afford hm


#5

» » » I don’t get the posters in this forum. You all act like cult followers
» » for
» » » Intercytex but nobody owns shares in the company. If you are such a
» » firm
» » » believer of the company, should all of you be owning their stock by
» » now?
» »
» » Give me the $$$ and I’ll gladly invest it!
»
» Intercytex’s stock is trading at 50 pounds per share or US$100. If you
» can’t even afford 1 share of ICX, what makes you think you can afford hm

how do you know how much HM costs?


#6

» » » I don’t get the posters in this forum. You all act like cult followers
» » for
» » » Intercytex but nobody owns shares in the company. If you are such a
» » firm
» » » believer of the company, should all of you be owning their stock by
» » now?
» »
» » Give me the $$$ and I’ll gladly invest it!
»
» Intercytex’s stock is trading at 50 pounds per share or US$100. If you
» can’t even afford 1 share of ICX, what makes you think you can afford hm

It’s trading at 1.15 U.S. not 115.


#7

» » » » I don’t get the posters in this forum. You all act like cult
» followers
» » » for
» » » » Intercytex but nobody owns shares in the company. If you are such
» a
» » » firm
» » » » believer of the company, should all of you be owning their stock by
» » » now?
» » »
» » » Give me the $$$ and I’ll gladly invest it!
» »
» » Intercytex’s stock is trading at 50 pounds per share or US$100. If you
» » can’t even afford 1 share of ICX, what makes you think you can afford
» hm

»
» how do you know how much HM costs?

I am sure it will cost more than $100 :slight_smile:


#8

» Intercytex’s stock is trading at 50 pounds per share or US$100. If you
» can’t even afford 1 share of ICX, what makes you think you can afford hm

I understand your intention…I could get a loan for TRC but to invest in stock that I’m not certain about, especially considering that I don’t have much money to begin with, is just stupid. Still, I’m sure there are few rich people on this board who have quietly invested in ICX.L stock and even I would if I had the money!


#9

» » » » » I don’t get the posters in this forum. You all act like cult
» » followers
» » » » for
» » » » » Intercytex but nobody owns shares in the company. If you are
» such
» » a
» » » » firm
» » » » » believer of the company, should all of you be owning their stock
» by
» » » » now?
» » » »
» » » » Give me the $$$ and I’ll gladly invest it!
» » »
» » » Intercytex’s stock is trading at 50 pounds per share or US$100. If
» you
» » » can’t even afford 1 share of ICX, what makes you think you can
» afford
» » hm

» »
» » how do you know how much HM costs?
»
» I am sure it will cost more than $100 :slight_smile:

I bet it will cost less than £1.00 :stuck_out_tongue: 99pence anyone?


#10

» » Intercytex’s stock is trading at 50 pounds per share or US$100. If you
» » can’t even afford 1 share of ICX, what makes you think you can afford
» hm
»
» I understand your intention…I could get a loan for TRC but to invest in
» stock that I’m not certain about, especially considering that I don’t have
» much money to begin with, is just stupid. Still, I’m sure there are few
» rich people on this board who have quietly invested in ICX.L stock and
» even I would if I had the money!

Well what you going to do if ICX is a success - stay bald because you can’t afford it,then!

Heres the link to Intercytex share information

http://www.intercytex.com/icx/investors/price/shareprice/


#11

» » » Intercytex’s stock is trading at 50 pounds per share or US$100. If you
» » » can’t even afford 1 share of ICX, what makes you think you can afford
» » hm
» »
» » I understand your intention…I could get a loan for TRC but to invest
» in
» » stock that I’m not certain about, especially considering that
» I don’t have
» » much money to begin with, is just stupid. Still, I’m sure there
» are few
» » rich people on this board who have quietly invested in ICX.L stock and
» » even I would if I had the money!
»
» Well what you going to do if ICX is a success - stay bald because you
» can’t afford it,then!
»


#12

» Who bought shares in Intercytex? Just curious


#13

If ICX is trading at 50 pence per share, there is no excuse for the cult followers not to own shares in ICX.


#14

Sure there is. You don’t have to buy at the exact bottom and right before it takes off to make a lot of money. In fact, even if you believe it is can’t miss, you are better off waiting. There is no such thing as 100% in any stock, no matter how much you believe in it. The stock could still fall, even at it’s current level.

If Intercytex releases great news, and the stock all of a sudden jumps one day, that’s not the end of it. You will have many years to profit. I would recommend you read Peter Lynch’s “One Up On Wall Street”. He talks about this exact scenario, and why you should not get in right now. It’s a fairly old book (early 90’s I believe), but the advice still applies. It’s better to get in later and make tons of money after eliminating most of the risk, than to get in now, and hope to make a little more money, but take on enormous risk.

Peter Lynch by the way was the famous fund manager of the Fidelity Magellan fund, and the book gives great information on buying stocks, using his own experience and real-world examples as the guide.


#15

» Sure there is. You don’t have to buy at the exact bottom and right before
» it takes off to make a lot of money. In fact, even if you believe it is
» can’t miss, you are better off waiting. There is no such thing as 100% in
» any stock, no matter how much you believe in it. The stock could still
» fall, even at it’s current level.
»
» If Intercytex releases great news, and the stock all of a sudden jumps one
» day, that’s not the end of it. You will have many years to profit. I
» would recommend you read Peter Lynch’s “One Up On Wall Street”. He talks
» about this exact scenario, and why you should not get in right now. It’s
» a fairly old book (early 90’s I believe), but the advice still applies.
» It’s better to get in later and make tons of money after eliminating most
» of the risk, than to get in now, and hope to make a little more money, but
» take on enormous risk.
»
» Peter Lynch by the way was the famous fund manager of the Fidelity
» Magellan fund, and the book gives great information on buying stocks,
» using his own experience and real-world examples as the guide.

its 50 pence a share!! how much cheaper do you want to pay lol it seems to me that this is the bargain of the century if this hm takes off im going to buy a few thousand shares before the 18th 50 p a share is nothing and if this technology actually works then ive paid for my treatments with a minimal investment its a no brainer!!


#16

It could easily go to 40p or 30p if there is bad news. You’ve then lost 20-40% of your investment. There’s also no guarantee at this point that they will actually have a product worth buying. And if they do, it could be 10 years from now. I’m not saying that is what it will be, but you can’t rule it out. And I’m certainly not going to tie up my money making nothing or worse for potentially 10 years.

That’s why his advice is right on. You might actually want to read about it before you determine 50p is “cheap”. Cheap compared to what? He knows more than you and me, and I think I’ll stick with his advice. It’s made me a lot of money the last 15 years (and why I’ll be able to afford HM no matter what the price), and there’s no reason to abandon those principles now.


#17

» I don’t get the posters in this forum. You all act like cult followers for
» Intercytex but nobody owns shares in the company. If you are such a firm
» believer of the company, should all of you be owning their stock by now?

Most of us live in America and can’t legally buy London shares.