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PEB, PACIFIC EDGE BIOTECHNOLOGY LIMITED
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post Posted: Yesterday, 01:34 PM
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Going to make a placement to someone. I wonder if we will be told who.

Trading to resume next week. Providing everything goes to plan of course.

Let's see.



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post Posted: Sep 4 2021, 12:47 PM
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Pacific Edge Limited (PEB) is a NZ based company and is looking to raise capital and list on the ASX, with the code PEB. As a cancer diagnostics company, it specialises in discovering, building and commercialising innovative cancer diagnostic tests that can contribute to a clinically meaningful difference in the detection and management of cancer.



ASX Listing date... 23 September 2021 #

Company contact details ... https://www.pacificedgedx.com/

Principal Activities ... Development and deployment of specialist cancer diagnostics tools

Issue Price ... NZD 1.20
Issue Type ... Ordinary Fully Paid Shares
Security code ... PEB
Capital to be Raised ... $70,000,000

Expected offer close date ... 10 September 2021

Underwriter.... Bell Potter Securities Limited, Jarden Australia Pty Ltd, Forsyth Barr Limited (Joint Lead Managers)



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post Posted: Apr 10 2021, 09:16 AM
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If they are ok witholding disclosure of the United coverage from the market, what else are they witholding?



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post Posted: Apr 9 2021, 08:19 PM
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It is strange that it took a disclosure by someone else ten days ago to force PEB to make this announcement today. Obviously PEB would've been aware of the coverage and if continuous disclosure is adhered to they should've announced it themselves when they became aware of it. Clearly they didn't which puts them foul of the regulations.

But do you think the regulator will do anything against the boys club?

Of course not. Which is why nobody gives a damn about the rules and regulations and why nobody has an ounce of confidence in the NZX. Especially when all they can attract to the market is a online grocer and a used car sales yard.




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plastic
post Posted: Apr 9 2021, 09:24 AM
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Boy oh boy. Some shorts will have been fried this morning. Not that anyone will ever know because shorting the NZX is only available to a select unknown few who don't have to disclose their positions.

Perhaps it was the rehypothecators that got burned instead.



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post Posted: Mar 8 2021, 08:44 AM
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Another PR puff piece in the media trying to tap out all the emotions. First some chicken soup for the soul, then the fighting spirit of kiwis and number 8 wire then the success to date with more to come which means dollars dollars dollars in the investor's eyes. What about the bits missing?
https://www.odt.co.nz/business/global-domination-dunedin

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"We never say never, we just never ever ever give up. That's just our mantra. We could have walked away, said it's too hard and it would fold [but] our ethos is never ever ever give up, it's as simple as that. We knew we had a monstrous proposition ... it was just a matter of getting it all together."

Translates to as long as we are getting by on someone elses dime lets just keep going.
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Pacific Edge was one of the sharemarket's strongest performers last year, Forsyth Barr analysts describing it as a "transformational" year, ticking off key milestones leading to a substantial re-rating and a return to S&P/NZX50 inclusion.
It was in the early stages of its commercial growth journey. It had been a long time coming, but recent milestones had changed business momentum substantially. During the course of the year, the share price went from 12c to $1.22, a whopping 917% increase.

Another one! It still doesn't earn a penny after twenty or more years.
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"For us going forward, we have to get some serious capital and start doing more of what we've done.

Means, another capital raise coming so we can never ever, ever give up and keep this gravy train rolling.
The conclusion is, what's the buyout price?



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Is this another Text SMS or whatever it was? TheCEO turned up dead one day in Texas. Still unsolved, as if its a surprise to anyone.



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post Posted: Nov 21 2019, 07:26 AM
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A cap. raise. That's a surprise. Not. But look who's doing the organizing. ForBar and the old NZFC. Weren't they the same two who foisted the Sails mess onto their clients and market at large? I think they were behind Feltex too. Now after a bit of time is it old tricks with a new dog? Lets not overlook the CEO's prior history with Arborgen either. How did that work out?

I'll take my reading of the Caldera tea leaves over any cap. raise document all day long thank you very much.




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post Posted: Nov 5 2019, 05:40 AM
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If Caldera can't make it in a similar space albeit different disease, then I don't expect PEB to be able to either despite the outlandish claims and constant equity grabs by vested parties.

Time to say goodbye PEB and hello Mr. Liquidator.



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plastic
post Posted: Oct 16 2019, 04:47 AM
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Not a good omen at all. And a quick look at PEB's history is enough to put anyone off. Another chime in the death knell of publicly listed biotech.

https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/ar...jectid=12276737

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Taxpayer-backed Caldera Health, which was developing a urine test to detect prostate cancer, is being wound up after a decade-long slog.

Some $16 million of shareholders' funds were spent on research and development in a 10-year effort to develop a non-invasive, low-cost test, chairman Alastair MacCormick told the Herald.

But although the R&D drive was successful in late-stage trials, companies in the US, Europe and Japan have recently made similar breakthroughs and investors decided it was not financially viable to compete.





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