Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Atlantis Resources LSE:ARL London Ordinary Share SG9999011118 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -1.63% 60.50p 59.00p 62.00p 61.50p 60.50p 61.50p 99,712.00 16:08:57
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 1.4 2.0 1.9 27.3 70.76

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16/11/201608:30Atlantis Resources (ARL) makes waves on AIM166.00
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02/12/2016 15:55:3160.0016,67410,004.40O
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Atlantis Daily Update: Atlantis Resources is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ARL. The last closing price for Atlantis was 61.50p.
Atlantis Resources has a 4 week average price of 68.18p and a 12 week average price of 73.30p.
The 1 year high share price is 84.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 31.50p.
There are currently 116,956,617 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 76,692 shares. The market capitalisation of Atlantis Resources is £70,758,753.29.
ensja540: Seems like there should be a bit more hype surrounding this. Turbines are there, circa 6 weeks (pending testing) until installation, EU has committed it's pledge to existing grants as well as reiterated its commitment to providing further grants whilst the UK is still in the EU (5-10 years). Talks of Scottish independence should be music to AR's ears. All seems positive. Share price should be set to double at minimum come first power.
pj 1: Apologies for waking the thread up. However, Results are out today Looks like the exciting 2016 is set to continue..
soupdragon55: And ARL owns 94% of TPSL. Http:// The consideration payable for the projects, which the Company values at GBP6.6 million, is 3,859,703 shares in TPSL, which equates to 6% of the issued share capital. Atlantis owns the remaining 94% of TPSL.
stepone68: Terrific achievement for Siemens perhaps, who have finally managed to offload a loss-making enterprise. Atlantis now need to be brutal about the projects they keep on. Pleasantly surprised by the share price rise though :-) StepOne
davidosh: Latest research from IC hxxp:// I find it quite bizarre that this one has been completely stuck in share price for two solid months as if suspended which it clearly is not ! Must move soon. I have just bought some and hope that a bit of activity will bring it to life. It is 25% cheaper than when they presented at Derby for the Mello2014 event and I thought it was good value then.
cwa1: 19th December 2014 ATLANTIS RESOURCES LIMITED ("Atlantis" or the "Company") First Debt Drawdown for MeyGen Project Financing Package - Phase 1A Atlantis, majority owner of the world's largest planned tidal stream energy project, MeyGen, announces that its flagship project has achieved another significant funding milestone, successfully completing all conditions required to initiate its first drawdown from its senior project finance providers, The Crown Estate and Scottish Enterprise through the Renewable Energy Investment Fund. The major construction and supply contractors to this iconic project have commenced design, engineering and procurement works in readiness for commencement of onshore construction at the project site in Caithness in January 2015. -- The equity investments in the project by Scottish Enterprise (through the Renewable Energy Investment Fund) and Atlantis value the MeyGen project on a post-money equity basis at over GBP70 million -- Onshore construction at the Ness of Quoys project site is expected to commence in January 2015, with ABB due to start construction of the onshore infrastructure for connection to the electricity transmission grid for power export -- First power to the grid and revenues earned expected to be in H1 2016 -- We believe MeyGen is the largest planned tidal energy project in the world with a capacity of almost 400MW -- When fully completed, the project will include 269 turbines submerged on the seabed, generating enough power for almost 175,000 homes in Scotland. The Company notes the recent material decline in its share price yesterday and knows of no trading or operational reason to warrant this change, particularly given the progress with the business and the continued expectation of delivering on milestones outlined above.
handybe: Yes, I'm a long-term holder. They have an entrepreneurial spirit in there but they're going to continue with an investment trust rating and discount to assets unless they put the enormous cash mountain to good use. It all depends whether the Chairman wants to sit on his 60% or thereabouts and have a good life or whether he's going to get off his backside and deliver some goodies for us outside shareholders. At worst, he could decide to buy out the wingeing minority at a small discount to nav - which is comfortably above the current share price. Patience is needed because we can't vote him out of office.
djalan: This ARL share looking good now
a0148009: Disappointed no dividend - could have paid 1p at cost of 610k. However I can understand that with the company's intention to buy in 15m shares the lower the share price the better and then pay a dividend on say 46m shares saving 150k in addition to the substantial uplift in eps. The business plan looks good to modestly gear up the balance sheet when I would expect the discount of 22pc(and we know in reality it is much more than that)to unwind.Patience with this one will be very well rewarded over the next 6-12 months - not forgetting the very large stake the directors have in the business.I agree present share price looks remarkably cheap.
capt bligh: This was posted by Affinity in 2001, I guess it explains why there is a lot of stock still to be bought at the 35-40 levels.Still I am very suprised that 1million quids expentidute has created such a small rise. """"""""Yes but how have they doubled the net asset value? First they set up the company with £50,000 and grant themselves 100% of the shares. Then they make a few unlisted investments and issue more shares in Arlington valuing the co raising say £5 million, the internet boom takes of the shares rise to 80p valuing the co at say £30 million, it is not worth £30 million so they issue more shares by a placing for 40p a shot and raise another £5 million, the internet frenzy continues and their company gets crazily valued at £100 million, they can't believe how stupid people are so they go for the jackpot and issue more shares they raise £20 million at £1.75p per share. They now have approx £20-25million in cash and £15 million in unlisted, OFEX and AIM shares. This raises the Net Asset value from £50,000 to £40 million in 2-3 years. more importantly it raises cash. Instead of owning 100% of £50,000 assets they through dilution own say 40% of a company with £25 million in the bank and a few investments that may or may not be worth £15 million. The share price collapses as £25 million cash and £15 million worth of investments don't make £120 million. Sentiment moves so far against these guys that they find for the first time that the company assets are worth more than the shares market cap of about £30 million. At this point the directors buy back the shares from the investors of the last two years for a fraction of what they sold the newly issued shares. The shares may now be a buy as the next move will probably be to clean up the mess and run off with the money. Expect a derisory offer from the management to buy the rest of the shares and take the company private within the next year. I'd hazard a guess that they will offer 40p a share to the shareholders that don't sell out to them for less via the share buy back. Why don't we all do this? Well you need a success story first to pull in the punters, arlington's happened to be a successful investment in XKO. I don't know of any of their other investments making any money, but they have lost out on Boxman, icollector, 365 and Talkcast to name but a few"""
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