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Share Views Episode 4: Mid & Large Caps with Chris Bailey


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Member Since: Sat, 24th Apr 2010

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 377
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Last Posted: 13 Apr '16



13 Apr '16

DW said this was going to be a £billion company, there are plenty of people on here ramping with the price going nowhere and my advice is that you do not invest any more money until some major profits come to fruition. Just my take and as always DYOR
8 Feb '16

RA initially bought in at 26.6p just over 35.5 million shares, he & his associate have taken part in subsequent offers.
4 Feb '16

When Air products replaced ICL in Nov, 2013 the RNS stated that AFC would install two systems to total 500Kw with the initial system being 250Kw which in effect is what has happened.
I would not hold my breath for any subsidies coming from the government I have written to Amber Rudd in the past highlighting AFC's progress and the use of waste hydrogen. The response was that they did not support the production of waste.
3 Feb '16

I am not having any problem.
1 Feb '16

Well done all at AFC it's been a long time coming but hopefully worth the wait. Looking forward to the next set of milestones. GLA
29 Jan '16

Me also
27 Jan '16

I am with HL and still have not rec'd a refund.
27 Jan '16

At the first Investor Day I attended there was a discussion on the composition of the "Black Gunk" and how easy this would be to replicate by a competitor. Gene Lewis was confident that reverse engineering of the composition would be difficult, so whilst the basis is carbon there are obviously other ingredients to make the whole. Notwithstanding AFC will keep the manufacture of this in house.

They also issue spurious patents to put others off the track.
27 Jan '16

The "Black Gunk" that AFC have used to replace platinum to bring costs down is carbon based, the following is from an early patent application the PTFE layer I think has subsequently been done away with:

The first and second fluid-permeable layers may comprise carbon nanotubes, carbon black, and a hydrophobic binder such as PTFE. Other suitable forms of carbon are graphite, graphene and activated charcoal; and potentially buckyballs and nanohorns. These types of carbon provide good electrical conductivity, while the hydrophobic binder inhibits aqueous electrolyte from passing right through the fluid-permeable layers. The fluid-permeable layers may comprise other electrically-conductive particulate materials such as nickel whiskers.


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