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Strat Aero Share Chat (AERO)



Share Price: 0.0625Bid: 0.06Ask: 0.065Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Strat Aero
Spread: 0.005Spread as %: 8.33%Open: 0.065High: 0.065Low: 0.0625Yesterday’s Close: 0.0625


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Gunnar
Posts: 75
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.06
RE: How long
Thu 17:50
Kezzd - have you not read the AGM RNS ?
 
callit
Posts: 368
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.06
RE: How long
Thu 14:00
I'm taking it as a sign of confidence.
kezzd
Posts: 197
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.06
RE: How long
Thu 13:51
Scratch that, found it.
kezzd
Posts: 197
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.06
RE: How long
Thu 13:50
@Lottohopes

I do wonder where people are getting the idea that there will be a consolidation next week, there doesn't seem to be any info (that I can see) that would suggest that.
Lottohopes
Posts: 3,551
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.07
RE: How long
Thu 10:55
They own circa 33% themselves. So would they shoot their own foot? Very unlikely. Just my view point
kezzd
Posts: 197
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.07
RE: How long
Thu 09:55
@tinlode

They have the assets to do so (including CCE), but the question is whether it's beneficial for the company and us for them to engage in a consolidation; a point I question.
tinlode
Posts: 649
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.07
RE: How long
Wed 18:19
It all depends wich side of the decimal point you put all the zeros, nothing more, but consolidation will cost, can the BOD afford to spend at the moment.
Gunnar
Posts: 75
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.07
RE: How long
Wed 18:09
I'm not expecting any news now until after the share consolidation next week. Then expecting any positive news to make a more significant impact on the SP. Just my view. GLA.
MrKnowall
Posts: 155
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.07
RE: How long
Wed 16:55
Hear hear!
kezzd
Posts: 197
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.07
RE: How long
Wed 16:55
Don't be overconfident, there are always opportunities for the BoD to get on the gravy train...
Lawrmyer
Posts: 1,012
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.07
RE: How long
Wed 16:47
Would have thought we’d have had some Aviva news by now. The sp needs another shot in the arm to get us to 0.10 and above!
MrKnowall
Posts: 155
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.07
RE: How long
Wed 16:28
At least they're not appointing gravy train directors (yet) like other companies I follow do, while their BODs twiddle their thumbs
kezzd
Posts: 197
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.07
RE: How long
Wed 13:53
It'll move when some decent news comes out, till then we are at the mercy of technical traders and the like.
annu26
Posts: 9
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.07
How long
Wed 11:42
Waiting since last 3 years for some action in sp.. when ll it move? Fed up watching dis one
Lottohopes
Posts: 3,551
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.07
RE: BRH
Tue 07:33
Callit: some might say it’s all hot air, and they wouldn’t be completely wrong ;-)
“Wind power contributed 15% of UK electricity generation in 2017”. This is the first time in FIVE decades that UK coal fired stations were shut for over 72 hours. Japan had a massive earthquake. Uranium market could plunge further on natural events as it did before. Hot air can take people places, safely. Imho. DYOR. Good luck folks
callit
Posts: 368
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.07
RE: BRH
Mon 13:35
Thanks for posting that Lotto. It all sounds rather encouraging.
Lottohopes
Posts: 3,551
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.07
RE: BRH
Mon 12:41
“Sales of marine drive monitoring systems continued to expand during the year. The order for the 60th system was taken and commitments for 2018 indicate a continuing acceleration. Feedback from sales agents has confirmed a market opportunity for monitoring additional engine and drive parameters that will broaden the marine market for Gyrometric.

A contract was signed during the year for the installation of a comprehensive monitoring system on a 7 Megawatt wind turbine nacelle at the ORE Catapult test facility in Blyth, Northumberland. The new system, the first for Gyrometric in wind turbines, incorporates world-leading technology for monitoring bearing run out. This technology has particular advantages in wind turbines because of its inherent effectiveness at low turning speeds.

The trials will enable Gyrometric to build a comprehensive picture of turbine behaviour from its offices in Nottingham. The wind turbine monitoring market is the next major sales objective of the company.

A development program has commenced with the objective of building the next generation of robust monitoring hardware which will have increased numbers of input channels and enhanced communications facilities at lower unit cost.

Software development during the year was assisted by an increase in the programming establishment, with an emphasis placed on security of the system. Improvements were also made to the set-up functions to make installation easier, and work was carried out on the output graphics in order to enhance clarity and ease of use for end users.

Gyrometric continues to enhance its intellectual property portfolio by preparing a number of patent applications to enhance the current rotating shaft monitoring capabilities, including a new method for high accuracy axial displacement monitoring.

Post the period end, Gyrometric has raised funds from a new investor which will be used to accelerate the marketing and commercialisation of its software.“

From BRH results today
Lottohopes
Posts: 3,551
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.07
RE: BRH
Mon 07:44
I think it’s too soon Callit. The turbine trial just concluded. They previously applied for patent renewal. That said, the ORE project head Lee was glowing in his remarks. Plus NB stated it’s realistic to expect firm contracts here. Will take a bit longer. Imho. DYOR. Good luck all
callit
Posts: 368
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.07
BRH
Mon 00:31
#BRH results on Tuesday. Too soon for Gyrometric update?
callit
Posts: 368
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.07
RE: RE: Aero
16 Jun '18
Aero is a Goldilocks stock..everything is just right, but it still seems to attract the bears :)
GLA
bonesgt
Posts: 685
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.07
RE: Aero
16 Jun '18
hmm, better keeping off bb and let others with more knowledge keep us straight, cant be doing with those that just poke at others for being positive seen it all before on other sites all you get is embroiled in a slanging match. Gla ill still be here on the side lines wishing things along .
kezzd
Posts: 197
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.07
RE: Aero
16 Jun '18
One can be happy by the fact that costs are down, assets and gross profit are up. The real test of this share will be how the market reacts to any additional (and large) projects.
Lottohopes
Posts: 3,551
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.07
RE: RE: Aero
15 Jun '18
Yawn..
schaden
Posts: 196
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.07
RE: RE: Aero
15 Jun '18
Don't worry Jezza and bonesgt: The Bod have prevous and they have skin in the game - Allelulia! And they are not taking a salary! This share will really fly when news drops!! But don't forget btw DYOR, ATB, GLA, IMHO and LOL!
Jezabel
Posts: 33
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.07
RE: RE: Aero
15 Jun '18
"Keep the faith" eh, Bones. Yes, but for how many years ,1,2 3 or 4??




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