I am actually surprised that this isn't higher on todays news. I would have thought an RNS of such significance would have been a massive catapult to the SP, then add in that Cenkos note .... perhaps PI's will catch on soon enough!
No they are not, as clarified ages ago.Grahan-Wales was a ramper extreme a year ago, sold now cannot stop *****ing. Yellow1 has probably never owned a share in his life but posts a sstream of nagatives most of them wrong and has to be corrected when some holders can be bothered.
Like 13thmonkey there is such a list of real reasons to be negative as a holder its quite enough. Day after day of moron posts makes the thread unusable. Like 13thmonkey, cannot be arsed with Red any more even though I hold at a loss. Rather spend time making money elsewhere.
Yellow1, why the hell would it be good for Scott, he's got a ton of Shares in Red so why the hell would it?
Graham-wales as an ex-ramper here who posted such biased crap over and over, but lost the faith and sold, why the hell do you come back on here posting crap? The need for finance is months off and in the latest RNS it even hints there maybe insolvancy rather than a fundraise if the strategic deal is not set.
I still hold but have written this "investment" off, when I sell or lose damned if I'm going post on a share I no longer hold wasting my life *****ing over and over like a pair of losers.
I did retire at age 55 August 2017 with a sideline of investing, did so well upto Aug 2018 and well my largest share (and another smaller one) destroyed all the profits, the comfort margin and whilst not losing any money it pretty much blew away this plan A.
Plan B may involve going back to work after Aug 2019 unless I can get back my financial buffer via SEE again. I am to say the least, mighty unimpressed with my own decision making last year.
This effectively is a typical understated SEE RNS. Todays news reverses the reason for the slip from 13.?p down to 3p and should be acclained as such. The market should see this accordingly and also reverse its trend. Any good news released in the future should have dramatic mpacts on the SP similar to the rise from 5p in 2018.
Significant shareholders percentage02 May 2019 19:53
Apologies to post this a couple days late but on SM's website ther % shareholdings of the biggest II's has not changed for VSI, Legal and Gen, Miton, Herald and Polar. These have not altered at all despite the recent fundraise. Is it at all likely that these companies chose to buy in exactly the right amount of shares to keep their % steady? Seems a bit weird to me and yes I will ask the company, I just wanted to ask you guys first to save myself looking spectacularly dumb.
On the positive side it is good to see Lombard and lesser Independent increase their stakes in the company.
I do not have a large position on these, and I never average down on any share, that is a mugs game. If I buy in the same company it is usually a second buy based on its own merits. RedT have serious credibility issues for me proven in the last RNS
on 25th March I wrote:
"· purchase agreement signed for 72 redT units (~5MWh) for a large UK grid project
Both lines are newsworthy and this information is obviously known before the fundraise news. I fully expect one of these to drop in before 4th April."
Yesterdays predictable RNS to boost the SP mars Neil's reputation in my eyes so I tar him with the same brush as Scott.
Whether Redt can pull out of this I really do not know but too many games being played in these shares to be able to take them seriously any more.
"Pivot Power’s private-wire network across south Oxford will have enough power to charge hundreds of vehicles at the same time. Approximately 100 ultra-rapid and fast chargers will be installed initially at a public charging station on the A34 and at the council’s main vehicle depots. The network will also run past the city’s two main bus depots, providing the opportunity for their fleets to go electric."
So 100 individual Lithium cells supplied by RedT's unit is perhaps the reason? Just the nature of the way energy will be delivered in this one case perhaps?
sgreen, but we need to seperate a company that is doing extremely well for their product andmarket dominance from ripping off PI's. Some would tie the two together to undermine PI's confidence, why would they do that I wonder? Perhaps an interest in the OO not getting fully subsribed a driving force?
Oh well time will tell. Scraps for SEYE all the same.
I see, 10% of 50MWh, apologies. Selling 72 units is the important part not complaining at the disttribution of the Lithium units. Time will show the value in Vanadium and it has to prove its worth in the field as Vanadium fights against established Lithium sales.