Mr Dylan changed a lot! Hydrogen on board cars is not the market, but car charging just like gas stations will need to facilitate the charging and hydrogen, potentially from Ammonia is the opportunity, though the hydrogen from this route will likely only be economic in alkaline fuel cells. There will be less purity than PEM FC will require to avoid corrosion.
Agree, everything is possible. A rebound from a 15% rise in one day would be a reasonable expectation, but with new news and orders, aided by the Duke of Cambridge, there could be enough momemtum to offset the rebound. Whatever, when real orders in sufficient commercial volume are forthcoming there is only upside.
I am a LTH and have never shorted anything, but I do not get this criticism of shorters. How are they different to day traders or even short term holders? If there are culprits it’s those folk that lend the stock, thus enabling the shorter. They are trying to make a quick buck without permanently parting with their shares, and it sounds counterproductive to seeking gains! There is a benefit in shorting, in that it creates greater liquidity, which should be good.
I’d need a very long barge pole to go near PHE. And assume Alba is not Alex Salmon. DVRG and EQT are risk spreaders because of width of their projects, but have never been a fan of holes in the ground for long term investors. A small number of winners could be very good.
To only give forecasts would be illegal on two counts - figures would be unaudited and not available to ALL current and prospective shareholders unless they agreed to become insiders and not to trade until the information is publicly available. However where this falls down is that such information might persuade an investor NOT to do something they might otherwise do - an inaction no one would be aware off. Eg a decision NOT to buy, or a decision NOT to sell.
On the increased capital of 733 million shares the present bid price of 70.7p is already well over £500million - nearly £518m, of which over £60 million is cash in the bank to be spent on growing the business.
RE: Another MSP battery pack for AFC12 Apr 2021 19:49
It’s going to Mars and will be there in about three and a half years. Seriously though, does it matter where it’s going so long as it’s being put to good use. Be it (no particular order) Spain, Saudi, Australia, UAE, Switzerland, USA, etc etc, it’s still neither materially positive nor negative versus the other opportunities. With a market cap of c £400 million it needs to move the market cap by c £50 million to be deemed price sensitive versus other alternatives.
Drew, and remember it’s NOT a game. Some investors on this bulletin board advise that they have large holdings. I would advise that for learning about the company most weekend posts are better than on trading days, when many relate only to short term trading movements in the shares.
This is ridiculous. The share price is currently c 80p after a rapid rise just before Christmas and a bit of profit taking over the holiday period. Doubling from this base during 2021 would be amazing, and yet only two of those who have suggested an end 2021 price will be satisfied! Could you tell me what you are all smoking??
Whisky does not have an ‘e’ in the best sources. . . . .continuous imbibing is highly desirable and may be an antidote to COVID, but unfriendly to your liver. Suggest you wait for Oxford Vaccine which is less expensive than a good single Malt Whisky at 3 AFC shares per dose. Ps - better neat or with a little highland water, but if you must have ginger wine, choose the green version.
When the home market is shut and the overseas OTC market lacks guidance volatility is inevitable. From 80c to 136c to 105 c and now 115c who can guess where Aim will open tomorrow? My guess will be that MM will try to put a cap of a pound and succeed for much of the day, but a close just above that is possible. The volumes on Tradegate are extraordinary and could cause early distortion in London. Let's not forget that a pound is a market cap of £676million which while way below Ceres and ITM is still an almost unbelievable number so soon after the key ABB announcement. A FTSE 350 company already?