Wouldn’t be surprised if news has been held back until the seller has cleared. If they sell at 70 they’ll only be quicker to offload at 75 to 80. At some point every company likes to see their SP increase.
BlueToff Nice post and hopefully people can take time to calm a little whilst Dr A is away. He’s big enough to fight his own corner, but kicking someone whilst they’re down speaks volumes. I have concerns about Peel. No such concerns about Dr A and his trustworthiness.
Let’s hope it all goes according to plan. I’ve bought more this week and now it’s going to hurt a bit if things don’t pan out. My decision, my risk (calculated) and not how I normally do things but I really like the potential.
Another week closer to: The CME, Acciona and hopefully some news about ABB orders. There are bound to be other things in the pipeline too. The SP is looking pretty solid and even if the placing has an effect, which I doubt, it’ll bounce back quickly. AB is sounding bullish and it’s all looking rosy.
Investmentpro I’d say I’m pretty optimistic about AFC and certainly not a de-ramper, but Haggis’ constantly posting about 500 million MCAP (which is rubbish; see Amigo for example) and his talk of having converted his shares to paper and locking them in a safe........too much for me. Some speculation about future growth prospects is ok if it’s less shouty.
I’ll be happy with us successfully charging ExE, then maybe the contract for the E1 powerboats. We have an ‘in’ to the formula E series with ABB for grid power at some point. That’s enough racing for me as I’d like to see AFC get back to the day job of signing a multi-system contract in the near future for generators or ev charging.
I think some of you need to cut AB some slack. They’ve finally got something to sell and he’s out there cutting deals with some big names. It can’t have been too much fun for him in his early days trying to flog a unit which wasn’t ready, or if it was, the market wasn’t ready to adopt. Times have changed, the charger is ready and so is the consumer. If these partnerships come to naught I’ll be right there with you talking about empty promises, but until that unlikely event I’m right behind the speccy Aussie.
RE: Reasons to be cheerful........17 Apr 2021 08:37
Schroders have a job to do. Ok with me. Looking forward to 5th May, or the time between now and then. If anything material is going to be spoken of, it’ll require an RNS first. With our partners strengthening their ties to AFC since strategic partnerships were announced, there has to be significant interest in the product.
To see any of this negatively, you’d need to assume that ABB haven’t received orders for EV charging. Clearly they’re pretty happy. They enjoyed the pie and bought into the pie shop. AB has a plan and it’s beginning to unfold. Next stop........Neom!
Added first thing before taking some time to re-read everything a few times. L2 looking good (so the Mrs tells me) and will consider buying more on order news. There’s enough here for a serious investment from me. This is not advice and I can afford to take the hit (not that you’d ever listen to me anyway) Good luck rocketeers!
Not too often that a fundraise is welcome, but this certainly is. ABB must have had a lot of interest regarding the EV charging and this is all the proof I need. If you see anything negative in this it’s time to buy yourself new glasses.