Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Intelligent Energy Holdings LSE:IEH London Ordinary Share GB00BNB7LQ31 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.10p +1.59% 6.375p 6.00p 6.75p 6.60p 6.60p 6.60p 368,209 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 91.8 -64.6 -42.8 - 13.15

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Intelligent Energy Daily Update: Intelligent Energy Holdings is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IEH. The last closing price for Intelligent Energy was 6.28p.
Intelligent Energy Holdings has a 4 week average price of 4.01p and a 12 week average price of 4.01p.
The 1 year high share price is 24.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.01p.
There are currently 206,239,331 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 543,618 shares. The market capitalisation of Intelligent Energy Holdings is £13,147,757.35.
edwardroger: Can anybody help me out here because I appear to be missing something important. IEH has just released what I would consider a near suicidal note about the state of its business and the likelihood that they will soon run out of money. Then, to everyone's surprise the share price drops slightly! Ok, so far so good. As I understand it IEH is at present attempting to sign up new clients, so is the new sales pitch: 'Sign up with us, we have a really good, reliable product and the fact that we may be broke and unable to service your orders in six or seven months isn't really that important.' With a sales pitch like that how can they fail? What is going on with this company? Are they trying to commit suicide or is there another agenda behind the scenes. If anyone can give me some intelligent information about this I would be grateful.
edwardroger: Every post is either old or of no consequence whatsoever. Who are you working for ibug or are you simply so stupid that you think the stuff you post is relevant? Perhaps it is because of all your electrifying and interesting posts that the share price is going through the roof!!!!!
edwardroger: I went to that meeting and was quite disappointed, came away feeling that the energy to sell the product wasn't there. I know the product is excellent, just wish I had more faith in the company as a commercial as well as a research success. Do believe this is why the share price falls so quickly, people who know the company have, over time, lost faith. It only needs some seriously good news relating to drones or the scooters, which I think have a huge potential and the share price would shoot up. The rude, blustering name-calling of ibug is a replacement for intelligence and knowledge, best to ignore anything coming from there.
edwardroger: You are a rude little man, ibug, suppose that's why you keep talking rubbish, makes you feel adequate. You do not, ever, say anything that is provable. You speculate, based on something from a year ago. Yes, perhaps there will be news about the phone but you don't know that, in fact you know nothing. And, just in case you want to let out some more useless wind, look at the share price today and the number of sales, not something that would happen to a company that is about to unveil something big now is it? Not a deramper, morton, as I desperately want this company to do well. You on the other hand are constantly trying to ramp the share price by making unsubstantiated claims based on old, old information. Get a life.
filster: Who's taking pills now? The share price would seem to be in a downward trend at the moment. Like the cash reserve... If the cash rises the share price will as well. I did indeed sell my entire holding yesterday. I didn't feel that the announcement yesterday warranted me staying in. If the share price drops from here I may well dip back in.
filster: Most, if not all Trades are matched but guess it depends on whoever placed the order first - seller or buyer. Fingers massively crossed for Monday!!! Hopefully they are going to display some excellent figures which should see the share price rise a step or two. Can't see it going bananas, unless something crazily good happens which doesn't seem to be in the mix based on past announcements. Downward trend looks like it is slowing to a halt.
dean windass: "Our analysis of a sample of listed peers engaged in the provision of power generation and other equipment to utilities and the construction sector and telecoms tower operators (American Tower) indicates that an EV/Sales ratio of 2.4x for Year 2 or FY16e is appropriate. Applying this multiple to a range of revenues extending from our base case for FY16e (£211.2m divisional revenues, US$321m) to FY16e revenues realisable if management achieves its target of 135k telecoms towers under management by end FY17 (£295.7m divisional revenues, US$449.5m) and beyond (150 sites) gives an implied market capitalization of between £357m/US$542m (base case as modelled in our estimates) to £641m/US$974m. This implies that the base case value, taking only the DP&G division, is more than 100% higher than the current market cap. (We note that the IEH share price, in common with those of other fuel cell companies, has declined as the crude oil price has declined.)"
filster: @ibug - are you trying to say I'm "de-ramping" this share? FFS! I merely gave an open and honest opinion from my visit to IEHs facility in the UK. You have selectively chosen to post information from the LSE poster who attended. He really liked the product but disliked the management team. You are not being impartial here and are attempting to floss over anything that gives a -ve PoV of the company. The current Share Price reflects the current state of play. They are burning cash at a currently unsustainable rate. They have (as I've stated) between 12 and 15 months (with the expected Tax Credit due) of money left - they know this and are looking to deal with it.. It may well be that they can eek out 1 or 2 months more business but there's nothing in the past performance of the company to indicate that they can do that - but of course this is the new IEH. I am a holder btw and as mentioned will purchase on dips. I don't see the share price rising greatly until deals are announced. Maybe a little less Copy and Pasting and more doing? I was at the Briefing, first hand, I spoke to the Management Team members and also some of the technical staff involved in the demonstrations. I asked different questions and had a different PoV to the LSE poster. Where were you? ETA : Which LSE poster are you referring - the one that said he wasn't impressed by the presentations or the management team?
scrutable: It looks as though IEH was previously run like a science lab in a university, with everyone pursuing their own ideas in all directions. Martin Bloom seems to have got the horses together and formed a team with a sense of direction. This should produce commercial progress next year by more directed exploitation of the existing knowledge base. Maybe some news will emerge today from presentations and 'any questions' of where they lead technologically speaking and how quickly they can exploit any lead they have. The Indian business looks even worse - completely out of control. Giving up financial control in India is probably a good thing. IEH can no doubt get more out of the UK by concentrating with the 80:20 rule. Today's RNS radiates a bit of confidence that things have changed , but it's still difficult to see where their best hopes lie and how effective they can become at exploiting what must be a jumble of valuable IP. i am still in, but cannot really afford to tie up too much capital while they get their act together. However I think it's too late now. I should have sold at 08.00 am. Will the share price soon begin to reflect the hopes for next year. More to the point will those visiting Loughborough today return, actually excited by technological lead and imminent progress?
dean windass: I know this doesn't mean much but pre-open IEH is 105 to buy! ha ha ha ha Share Price Information for Intell.eng. (IEH) Share Price: 7.55 Bid: 0.00 Ask: 105.00 Change: 0.00 (0.00%) No Movement on Intell.eng. Spread: 0.00 Spread as %: 0.00% Open: 8.00 High: 0.00 Low: 0.00 Yesterday’s Close: 7.5 Could be a fun few minutes ahead
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