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Share Price: 36.30Bid: 36.30Ask: 36.90Change: -0.75 (-2.02%)Faller - Nanoco
Spread: 0.60Spread as %: 1.65%Open: 36.40High: 37.30Low: 36.30Yesterday’s Close: 37.05


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troublesome
Posts: 2,507
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:36.30
RE: RE: Quantum Dots
Today 17:38
Noticed he's calling everyone morons that have a different point of view and others as "friends".
Sad really - needs to get out more IMO and meet people - as long as it's not me !!
 
SIPPn00b
Posts: 3,608
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:36.30
RE: RE: Quantum Dots
Today 16:38
"I find this board much improved since NW's disappearance."

To the detriment of those poor poor buggers on advfn that are seriously suffering now. It's all been said before, the guy needs serious help.
Nanonano
Posts: 370
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:37.05
RE: Nam a single customer
Sat 23:09
Don't see it as a takeover target. Speculative buy, that's an individual call.
Manofleisure
Posts: 351
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:36.50
RE: Nam a single customer
Fri 21:56
But seriously folks anyone think that a 30% discount to the NAV makes this a speculative buy ? Or a takeover candidate?
Manofleisure
Posts: 351
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:36.50
RE: Nam a single customer
Fri 21:51
I hear Woodford is considering a stake .. says it would fit well with his other selections (joke)
troublesome
Posts: 2,507
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:36.40
RE: Nam a single customer
Fri 14:30
What do NAM sell ?
ME will probably relaxing somewhere and soothing his aching joints with care wear products.
Probably stress testing and getting optimum use out of them now he's cleared his debts.
wellwell
Posts: 6,295
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:37.00
RE: Nam a single customer
Fri 11:02
They are smashing it out of the park with care wear!
Manofleisure
Posts: 351
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:37.00
Nam a single customer
Thu 19:08
Does Nanoco have a single customer in any of the area they say they are active in ?
Just one order ? Anyone ?
TillyTish
Posts: 819
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:37.50
A good read
Wed 21:41
Autonomous sensing accounts for 8 billion $ of "addressable market" . Display comes second at 7.5 billion $. We are so much more than displays....
http://www.nanocotechnologies.com/system/files/uploads/financialdocs/nanoco-needhamgrowth-15jan19.pdf
troublesome
Posts: 2,507
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:37.50
RE: Vuzix
Wed 19:18
I thought that one of the main advantages of the use of QD's when applied to LED's or OLED's displays was a longer life span and addressed the problem of ' burn-in'.
Not sure what the situation is with regards CFQD's which don't appear to get a mention.
Crow2
Posts: 370
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:37.50
RE: Vuzix
Wed 17:57
Nor if stable at temperature / flux / air - all 'under development '
Crow2
Posts: 370
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:37.50
RE: Vuzix
Wed 17:52
Current iterations don't include Nanoco dots - the prototype displays (monochrome to date) which Nanoco may get involved in and are looking to be incorporated were only just recently demoed. Next year would be ambitious and its not clear Nanoco can pattern the dots PR/Ink anyway.
amerloque
Posts: 154
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:37.50
Vuzix
Wed 17:31
Vuzix share price has almost doubled in the past 2 1/2 days, with more than 8x average daily volume. This seems to be driven by the introduction of natural glasses with AI face recognition (up to 15 recognitions per second) using Plessey technology and possibly Nanoco red dots.
troublesome
Posts: 2,507
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:37.50
RE: Commercial Production
Wed 16:42
Commercial production is 'expected' in the second half of this year.
An expected date for full scale commercial production can only be given when a firm demand signal is from the U.S. customer is received.
I understand from the terms that a product will be available for sale in the next 6 months but a definite date for producing it in sufficient quantities will depend upon when an order is received from the U.S customer ( could be any time or never as far as I'm aware).
Would have preferred hope rather than expectations to avoid any disappointments.
Mmmm, so let's hope it's full steam ahead and not a lot of hot air.
Crow2
Posts: 370
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:36.10
RE: Commercial Production
Wed 14:44
That's my understanding screenlearner. Makes sense as production line for want of a better word was only being physically installed during this 6 month period. Scale production (if successful) procedures etc etc etc being established next 6 months. Then wait to see if demand at all. Lots of its but no expectations of orders before 2020 calendar year.
Screenlearner
Posts: 965
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:36.10
RE: Commercial Production
Wed 13:03
Nope, I re-watched the video. ME says the main task for CALENDAR year 2019 is to get the new plant fully commissioned and validated. Later in the video he talks about getting Runcorn ready for orders by "the end of the year" (He didn't specify at this point whether he meant calendar or financial year but given the context I am pretty sure he meant calendar year). So where does this leave us? My money is on commercial production not starting in earnest until AT LEAST January 2020. Do you agree?
Screenlearner
Posts: 965
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:36.10
RE: Commercial Production
Wed 12:50
I re-read the latest Edison research paper on Nanoco that talks about commencing "volume production in calendar H219" so perhaps I have misunderstood what our dear leader said in the video!
Screenlearner
Posts: 965
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:36.10
RE: Commercial Production
Wed 12:27
Hi Troublesome, BTB: I realise the picture is rather blurry, but from last directors talk video I took it that it will only be after the END of 2019 that the major orders might come in. The next six months seem to be set aside for "validation" of the new Runcorn facility output; thus I don't seem "full scale production" for at least another 7 months at the very earliest and realistically it will probably be further out. We have had false hopes here before, so I think it wise to be more prudent in setting expectations. Happy to be proven wrong though of course. Comments?
BeingTheBanker
Posts: 3,116
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:37.00
RE: Commercial Production
Tue 22:31
yh then it's full steam ahead!
troublesome
Posts: 2,507
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:37.00
Commercial Production
Tue 20:22
Looking forward to the end of this month as the Runcorn facility is ' expected to be ready ' for commercial production in the 2nd half of calendar year 2019.
Which means that once a firm demand signal is received from the US customer, full scale production can begin at any date after the end of this month.
Well that's what the last Interim report stated.
ATB
Crow2
Posts: 370
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.30
RE: RNS - Transfer of shares
9 Jun '19
troublesome
Posts: 2,507
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.30
RE: RNS - Transfer of shares
8 Jun '19
Zzzzzzzzzzzzz
Might dream on till end of year - wouldn't like a nightmare while I'm awake.
BeingTheBanker
Posts: 3,116
Opinion:Buy
Price:38.30
RE: RNS - Transfer of shares
7 Jun '19
before anybody takes it at face value and panics over a director's sale, it's not and you can go back to sleep. Sleep well.
BeingTheBanker
Posts: 3,116
Opinion:Buy
Price:38.30
RNS - Transfer of shares
7 Jun '19
Looks like Christopher and Ann Richards transferred some shares to Richards underwritings ltd probably for tax reasons.




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