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Robin: If I may. Did you read the report about the wing cracks on Boeings planes ? We don't get to see the drawings, of course, but from the descriptions offered there seems to be an additional component fitted at the joint, as though it is an external stiffener fitted over the joint. My reading of the report is that the cracks are what they call "Fork Tips Cracks". I also got the impression the cracks can be tolerated, which does not fit in with my knowledge of aircraft. During World War 2 there was a government organisation known as "AID" who employed inspectors to examine aircraft in unexpected visits to the manufacturers, and a similar authority existed in the Royal Air Force. During the Berlin Airlift period, I, as a member of the RAF was required to make a substitute panel for a B29 USA plane where a crack had been discovered during service from the base where I was stationed. The new panel was fitted by the US service personnel, seemingly OK.
I can't imagine that coating over cracks would be acceptable but replacing with components with better properties as you suggest might be. ----- Yours, Max.
Graphene tyres ? Doesn't Haydale have an announcement pending regarding tyres ?
South Wales is very hot regards graphene one company supplied with 3 tonnes of graphite in the valley.
What a load of cobblers ! Don't believe a word !
I wouldn't be selling lol. Not the time prior to Christmas or even taking in to account election ( labour get anywhere near and the city will crash the market ) but we all know that.
No if you have seen the Talga shipping rns, then you will understand companies are moving in on graphene now.
Airbus. Now any rns from them including anything HAYD are offering and this will be a silly price.
Just thoughts nothing more ...
Talga get contract for 30,000 TONNE ship coatings !
Airbus / Boeing here we come @@
Whats going on ? Both vrs and haydale getting good buying volume on a friday ???
Buys all today. Also see vrs are blitzing buy volume too.
Good for a friday
Some GREAT collaborations, HUGE companies and already looking at the Boeing issue @@
Nice to see several projects with the same and similar collaborations.
STRONG BUY imho.
Repost from MTRO BB
RE: Midday tomorrow.23 Oct 2019 15:56
It's deliberate, most on here are @ssho1es - I'm just doing my bit to wind a few of the a55hol'es up.
And Metro shares owe me money which I intend to get back..
Deal with it..!
Nice attitude - only here to wind people up - then complains if he is reported to Admin - really - super muppet .
NFG = you deal with it -----
Self admitted windup artist - a very poor one at that
Quantas ground Boeing with crack in integrile wing support. Wondering if the Haydale lightening strike coating could help with plane skin strength? Or build it with a graphene composite ?
Some very intetesting people will be there !
Among the speakers at NAUM'19 will be representatives from Airbus Defense and Space, Arrival, DAIKIN Industries, Kusumoto Chemicals, ...
Very good two posts Qd22.
Ftse 100 mainly steady.
AIM sespit especially those companies who are the new stars but based on CEO bs are plentyful. I think we all know that 90% will lose you money , think thats the estimate these days. However, there are a few who do get traction and manage by hook or by crook get there, but they are few.
Haydale in the US has had an order of reasonable size. Proof that someone wants what they have.
Airbus, BAE and BACMono are making product and batches of test product. BACMono expending quickly on small launch pads of high tech rocket cars, god they can move !!!
There are glimmers of business , so don't hold your breath but don't throw the baby out with the bath water scamp.
Its a risky business in AIM full stop. Just do not be surprised at anything coming in that you would not see coming in a million years. Both good or bad.
My feeling is more good news to come.
BACMono is a very good active showcase for Haydales products. It is on the road and showing off the razzle dazzle.
Orhers will be watching and asking about the parts too !
PS. And just to be clear there has been no major news since, trading update or whatever, except one RNS which came when the price was already back up in the 60's. And anyway Scampy said "The much anticipated RNS was'nt worth ****." [Actually it's really significant, for next year: but that's for IQE investors].
Incidentally, IQE and Haydale have some similarities: shares with ground breaking tech, loads of IP, but yet to really turn that into a profit. IQE is much further down the road. Both have tech that could become universal if all went right, and hence have vast potential, which makes for volatility and less experienced shareholders attracted by the story and possible giant payday, who can be vulnerable to persistent silver tongued blandishments. And of course these companies are very hard to value so it becomes all about impressions.
Check out Scamp's posts on other stocks. He's not angry at HAYD, this is his consistent technique.
It's always worth being aware of the negatives and Scampy will always - and sniff those out for you, fairly or not. When the share is rising he will go back to his kennel and lie down quietly, but will bark like fury when it has a down day or starts to fall. But you will not get any consideration of the positives from him (maybe after all it is a bit much to ask - woof). So be careful. Someone on the IQE board sold out the same day (5th Sept) he proclaimed what a great post Scampy had made: SP was 49.44p, doomed to plumb further depths of course by you-know-who ("This share price is absolutely screwed from here on in......."). Now it's 72.93p. 47.5% increase in under 8 weeks. The person who sold out must be chewing their arm off. So take care.
Laura Redman Thomas - Finance Director
Stadium Group Plc
Feb 2016 - Present3 yrs 9 mos
Been there for over 3 years in Manchester. HAYD with business mainly in the US & Asia , several countries, maybe she didn't fancy the travelling that an expanding business needs?
Gave it a few months a jacked it in. Who hasn't done that ?
Sp didn't crash and we know it is a pretty leaky ship, so no harm no foul.
I was researching a bit, and by chance I found 2 very recent technical analysis on Haydale, both calling for a long position.
I don't know if you guys are into technical, indicators, etc, but here I leave it if you are curious:
You two gentlemen need to do a little more research...the present CFO has hardly had time to stretch her legs out under the table. Moving on? Pray tell - why? Perhaps she does not agree with any newly proposed financial strategy? Perhaps she does not like the colour of her office wallpaper even? Perhaps she does not like a lot of things? And perhaps it might just be better for Haydale, for once, to try and be a bit more honest and grownup towards their long suffering investors, whilst reminding themselves we are all, presumably, adults of course , and give us the real reason the CFO is leaving? That is, before the fickle and suspicious markets, being what they are by nature, make a reason up for them. Whether right or wrong!!
The more you look the more haydale tech fits what Trelleborg offer across multiple sectors.
I'd be happy if they bought us out tbh as a multi fix for Trains, planes, boats, wind farms, energy and construction.
At 1.5p 5p would be ok for my big holding.
Proving up a liquid gas tank to work in space should open up possibilities on Terra Firma ?
Scamp is just angry for some reason at Haydale, look at his posts, he always just talks negatively about Haydale, I think it's not fair because this company is really working hard and there's lot of progress being made.
To be honest I think the RNS is not so bad after all. Why I think that, well... You have a company that has being losing money and has dropped 95% in a year, maybe changing CFO is not a bad idea. But regardless, let's wait and see what they anounce in the following days, because at the bottom of the RNS it says that they will make another anouncement soon. I don't think this RNS is that bad as scamp is painting it.
More buys than sells now and still no drop after such a bad rns today scamps lol.
I think the chart says it all. People know this is a very risky short term play. Its a punt for many.
Anyone seen the blurb on virgin space exploites ?
Graphene coatings or even something more tollerating of high pressures and temps needed for liquid/concentrated gas tanks for space travel ?
Scap , well 2 hours now and dropping like a stone ... not.
Market headwinds will affect it more.
Not saying he isnt a bad guy just dont lose money based on his blatent down attitude to his holding here.
Please DYOR and decide yourselves. Its a big risk that haud can much before year end BUT ALL graphene companies are having issues as its just so new.
Just read his posts with a pinch of salt
It isnt a great rns, but it doesnt mean much if she got a much better personal offer ? I'd move for better money or a higher position, wouldnt you ?
Hahaha. £1800 bought. £2800 sold. Wow first hour based on that rns was dreadful.
Scamp obviously now shown to be what you are a deramper.
Yes the company has previously been aweful but by now if you are investing here , the drop from £2.40 to 1p should be the clue.
Can they reverse the chain and start producing?
Well two weeks ago £700,000 contract was announced.
European Space deal
Airbus working with
BAE working with
Some big companies across large sectors
You pay your own money do your own research and you take the risk. I see TRELLEBORG link as being the one to watch .... Choochoo
Well if I was prepared, at the time, to attach to the Hardman report the slightest amount of any likely credence...that has now just been completely blown away! What an awful RNS this has been. The markets will react rather badly I think -- and who can blame them!!