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PYC, PYC THERAPEUTICS LIMITED
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post Posted: Apr 10 2021, 10:34 AM
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My money is on a sharp correction very soon. The new hot shots taking long dated options at a very cheap price and the fact that it is getting cross promoted on HC. That's without even looking at the capital structure or cashflow needs if the status quo remains. Then ask yourself, what if the data is a bust?
My guess is the data will be a bust because PYC is an assist for oligo delivery before anything else. Like I have said before, if this were nuclear power, PYC is the heavy water hydrogen isotope. It is not the atom splitter.




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post Posted: Apr 9 2021, 12:57 PM
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Golden cross about to occur. Day trade price above the cross price and we can look forward to the current Johnny come lately CEO if not Junior hog the microphone and say nothing save for platitudes and bullshit at next weeks update.

Price is either going to get some wind beneath it or coming crashing back to reality very, very soon.



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post Posted: Mar 31 2021, 10:36 AM
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While everyone is hamming up the US migration story as something to be enthusiastic about lets remember BLTs story in this regard.

They went there and hired US staff and were widely exulted as a success. Then the mice began to play and schemes were hatched by said staff. Fiduciary duties don't matter a fig when greed is the motivation.

They were saved by the CSIRO dream team and shareholders were routed for their loyalty.

Finally, BLT went back to the US, have a NASDAQ listing and still nothing has ever come of anything they have done in twenty years. Except obscene enrichment for the insiders. Which is great if you're a insider.

Take a look at PYC, and all I see is a carbon copy of BLT.

Question is, will the new appointees hatch their schemes or will a NASDAQ listing come first?

Well, neither will for as long as there are more than 3bn shares on issue. But sooner or later one of them will.



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post Posted: Mar 29 2021, 11:26 AM
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LCT getting out of peptides.

New directors getting in with low strike price and long dated options. More than 3bn shares on issue.

Lets go home! This thing is a dog.



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post Posted: Mar 26 2021, 09:29 AM
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Its a long way to Tipperary, it's a long way to home.

Junior will be next. No wonder my old mate slayer sold out and left the building.

Shareholders about to get screwed over big time. Look for the dilutionary rights issue with a simultaneous consolidation so the next lot of troughers can get their fill.

This is BLT MkII.

I expect whatever funds Senior and the real estate guy put into PYC they got back from the FPRX deal with AMGN.



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post Posted: Mar 25 2021, 04:48 PM
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The new guy gets options out for the next ten years plus an annuity. Strike price not high. Not a good sign.

The AMGN FPRX deal said this has been stripped clean.

Not much to be had here for a very, very long time.







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True to form. ADR now another one to avoid.



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A previous director moved over to ADR which is now in a trading halt. Lets see if he is true to PYC form.



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Lots of Merck-y interest lately. CEO and now a director for a tin pot biotech in Perth. Sounds impressive but look at the payment. Seems like another trougher to me.

Whatever happened to the PFE deal, the Amgen interest, Roche partnership, the Cambridge or Oxford partnership, UoQ lab and on and on and on.

Well, after seeing the AMGN-FPRX deal the other day, I can make a pretty good guess that PYC have been done a dogs dinner on each and every single one of them.
I'm wondering why no Chinese interest?




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Thank you for your input.



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