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All my transfers finally completed today which means I am all set to trade on the HKEX once we get the news from the BOD. It's take a few weeks and was free, my part only took about 30 minutes to fill out the forms but it's taken a few weeks for the transfer to be organised by AJ Bell from Lloyds Share Dealing. Great thing is I am all set to have full flexibility when this rockets, although my strategy is long and maximum value. This has the real potential to be 10 times the current price in a years time.
I think that risk element (Although there I agree) was massively reduced as Richard Bennett bought some shares recently and he must have been part of the interview stage with the HKEX which was a while back. He must have got a good feeling about how things went if he was part of the process and was buying in a current share price values. Only my opinion as like you say, do your own research as it's a very interesting Buy.
If you want your posts to have the desired effect then you need to get your facts right.
1) Yes there is a big upside in the share price 2) There is risk
The risks are that HKEX may reject the listing application and that the Company may not be able to raise the funding it wants to raise when listing on HKEX
What you have to do is work out what the minimum HKEX listing share price will be then apply whatever discounts you think should be applied for risks (1) and (2). If your number is above current share price, buy if you can afford it. The discounts for risks (1) and (2) are not zero. But, in my opinion, having done a lot of research (hence my relatively late entry point of about 2.75), the risk discount currently applied to the price makes it attractive
The company share price on AIM does not need to reach the minimum market cap share price on HKEX (which would be 11p minus any HKEX fundraising). It would probably be beneficial for them to be reasonably close so as to result in an orderly market post HKEX listing but the listing price on HKEX will be a function of the market cap for any HKEX fundraise, not the AIM share price
Let's not forget. The company needs to reach 11p but also needs to capture the wealth along the way. Therefore it is a huge problem for them to realise thier worth without investors taking it constantly. This will not be easy ?????
Milsm, I think you underestimate this. Their main competitor Praj Industries (NSE: PRAJIND) trades on a pe multiple of 23. IF CNEL were to trade on the same multiple their price would be 30p ! They have been let down by AIM. I agree for them to meet the minimum HK market cap of £50m then the share price will have to be 11p or greater, but I am expecting more ! This is a growing company with 4 years of profitability in the renewable energy sector. It is their time to shine.
This is the biggest bargain out there as you are almost certain to double your money in the coming weeks if not triple or quadruple it. Their is no such thing as a complete certainty in share trading but this has to be an absolute steal at these prices. Add to this that the clock is rapidly ticking down to the hottest RNS on the UK markets whose not excited to check the stock every day as we prepare for the massive re-rate set to come. Always do your own research as investing is a personal risk reward calculation based on doing due diligence in the company’s you choose.
Key Strengths 1: Advance stages of moving to the HKEX setting the SP at the 11-12p mark as the entry price requirement. 2: Recent Director buys. 3: Company has growing profits and orders that are set to increase. 4: China Bio-Fuel legislation that fixes growth in a sector that CNEL is a strong player and has very strong Market Share. 5: Loan already agreed at 4.7p ready to go, banks must see at least a double return to go with a share offer as collateral. 6: All recent RNS’s have been screaming out the company is massively undervalued based on performance. Hence the move to the HKEX to take it well above the 11-12p entry price. 7: Shares held in trust by the company buyback to be dissolved increasing SP value by reducing the number of shares. 8: Profits, Profits, Profits as their business model delivers solid returns on projects they deliver.
This is genuinely a hidden nugget of gold just waiting for an RNS due any day to release its full potential. Maybe just maybe this really is the biggest Black Friday deal available as it could have the most amazing upside potential imaginable.
The SP gets more valuable and appreciated as it slowly matures into a full bodied and indulgently exciting tipple. Although it could well turn out to be a Champagne when the cork finally pops on this one. It surely needs to discovered before the holidays really kick off as it could be party season for everyone invested.
Don't forget that if the company raises money upon HKEX listing your 11p calculation needs recalculation. Minimum market cap is HKD500m but if they raise, say, HKD50m then the pre money valuation of CNEL will be HKD450m which is 10p
It's still a great opportunity as the market is overdiscounting the risk of a failure to relist, mainly because UK retail investors don't understand HKEX IPOs
Entry to the HKEX requires a company valuation that’s sets the current SP at 11p, the BOD are in the final stages of the application to join so we could see confirmation of acceptance any day. Their is also a loan setup at 4.7p a share that’s already to go so that is the very minimum return you are likely to see when the news drops as this will just boom on news being released. The BOD are very confident this is a done deal as the profits are there to support the entry price. Do your own research as always rather than going in bulletin board messages, but this looks like a massive upside opportunity with little or no risk.
Firstly it is very undervalued trading on a PE of 2.5. Second, the board have done a deal to move the shares to the Hong Stock Exchange to revalue the company. We estimate the shares will trade on a PE of 15 which will give a 6X return on a share price of 15p. We are awaiting a final announcement and the deal to be completed late November or December. They have promised a minimum of 10 days trading from the final announcement so that we can sell shares to HK buyers, or you can hold and trade the sames shares on the HKEX. An easy win !