Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nviro LSE:NVR London Ordinary Share IM00B511CF53
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 62.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 0.0 -3.2 -6.4 - 41.31

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25/3/201022:16Nviro - Significant Undervaluation6,133
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Nviro Daily Update: Nviro is listed in the Industrial Engineering sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NVR. The last closing price for Nviro was 62.50p.
Nviro has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 66,093,184 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Nviro is £41,308,240.
cmpf: DP I agree with darren - it's hardly as if no-one knows what is going to happen tomorrow morning. We all know. Why is this going to be a surprise? If anything this should be viewed as a positive. Finally everything is resolved, now the company(ies) can move forward, there is cash-flow and income. If you were going to bail out why have you waited until now? If investors thought they were going to make a profit on the RTO/new listing and the share price was going to rise there would have been a lot of buyers last week. Similarly if everyone thought the share price was going to tank they would have sold already. Neither of these has happened, so why are you expecting a catastrophe tomorrow morning. Give the investors here a little more credit. If you have held these for more than 6 months what is the point I selling now. Hold on. You never know some positive RNS about vertus, or a new contract for a pump system and you might actually see the price rise. I did say might......
newswseller: thinking of dipping my toe back in here again, luckily i sold out back in September with a whole 7p profit lol, With the placing above the current share price should we see a move north soon? OT FairDeal, if your after another low risk share take a look at INL. Current share price is 16p to buy. The current NAV is 24.9p so already way undervalued, but come March the NAV should be 84.9p (see below for reasoning). So a potential 5 bagger in 3 months time. REASONING: At the AGM it was mentioned that getting planning permission (expected end of feb 2010) for West Drayton site would add approx £105million to the value of the company £105million divided by 174,815,079 shares in issue, gives an extra 60p per share to make the new NAV 60p+24.9p = 84.9p
fairdeal2008: MM are trying to play this down. The suspension came as a surpirse and I suspect they were short NVR stock. Now they have a fixed placing price at 7.6p and the stock really needs to trade above that but if they move it too quickly they will have a hit on the price of incoming stock. Any decent buying will move this materially up. I expect after reading the document that we will find a way to share price in the low to mid teens relatively quickly and I reckon that was the thought process behind the supporters of the placing - then at a 40% premium to suspended NVR price.
fairdeal2008: Ok let me say this - we are reversing in a company that had a cap of nearly £40million, albeit on the cisx into NVR which had a cap of £3.6million at the suspension. I dont think we will be disappointed and suspect this company will be much more Southbank than NVR, albeit NVR tecnologies will have a superb marketing channel which they didnt have before. I would guess a placing price around suspension levels, any more and I will celebrate. And I expect the share price to perform incredibly well when they relist the new co. Very interesting... could be a big gain in store on rto
omega09: Sean333, I noticed a while ago that Southbank's share price market cap is about £40 million, but for whatever reason it appears that NVR are only giving £5 million worth of shares for the company. Clearly this either means NVR are getting a great deal, or Southbank were not worth their share price, or more likely a combinaton of the two. I don't know nearly enough about Hayward Tyler to say how much the company is actually worth but I suspect that they are worth more than £5million to Nviro with whatever existing connections or complimentary technologies they have, so I am currently feeling positive about the deal. Very interested to see the details within a few weeks. There is no way the share price will be 26p straight away though! Dilution from the placing will almost certainly lead to a fall rather than a rise initially.
sean333: Hi all, The mention of 'reverse takeover' in the RNS could be key here. Best case scenario is that the takeover/merger with southbank is a stipulation of the deals with asia in that nviro can now provide the engineering capacity to actually make a vertus unit itself and that this is the beginning stage of the completion of a strategic partnership deal with power producers in Asia. The talks were complicated because there would be conditions to be met between nviro and the producers and between nviro and southbank. Worst case scenario is that the strategic partnership deals don't work out and this takeover or, rather, reverse take over becomes a way for southbank to get an aim listing wihtout the expense, bureaucracy and time such a listing would require if it were to do such a move on its own. There's a pdf on it its site that gives very similar reasons for listing on the cisx. Southbank (as nviro) will be able to achieve funding more easily while on aim. I don't think southbank would want to get into bed with nviro just to go down the plughole. So, worst case here is we all end up with shares in essentially a different company with a different profile and outlook. However, in either case, I think it is likely that there will be share price dilution. In the best case this will probably short term - especially if an share price is announced given the success of this deal during suspension. If the takeover is declared a reverse takeover the minimum suspension time will be 30 days (according to the wiki entry for reverse takeover). In the second case it would obviously be more of an open question as to how long the price would stay down. When i first saw the red circle with a white cross in it on my SB platform I thought 'oh, c r a p!' but the more I think about it all the more i feel a bit calmer. GL all holders!
darren81: this has been a reasonably longish term hold for me, bought most of my holding at 2p but topped up a couple of times since then, i have no problem holding for another 6 months to a year at which point i hope to see a share price in the region of 40-50p which is extremely plausible when a jv is announced...which it will because of the technology at the company's disposal. i too tried my hand at day-trading at the start and also waited for share price to drop to a certain point before i would jump in...missing out an quite a number of oppurtunities as a result, hence why i changed my game plan and have subsequently reaped the rewards
fairdeal2008: This was just last year and blimey how the world has changed for environmental companies. Even while Bush was savaging US environmental policy and helping to destroy the world economy, this company raised £10mn at 45 pence. There was recognition of what this company could achieve. Now with Obama US environment policy is right back on track and forging strongly ahead. Price of commodities are rising (and that will in time restore the historical differences between clean and dirty coal that Nviro CBT needs to operate profitably). In the interim we have a clutch of technologies from which disposals, JVs and other partnerships can spring. We know the company is in active discussions. I have communicated again with them this week. Nothing has changed and discussions are continuing. I get the impression progress is being made but it is equally evident the company is not going after a 'minor' commercial deal here. This is big and it is taking its time, as all these discussions can do. I have urged the company to release confirmation that material Vertus deal discussions are continuing. In reality technically they only really have to release when a deal is done. But I have made the point that if they can help maintain investors confidence that they are working actively in the bachground, it should help the share price and provide a higher base level from which the share price can react to any positive news. My suspicion remains that whilst technically and from an internal management perspective these guys are doing a great job, they have no sense of pr or marketnews management. In that sense they are reliant on the broker to provide decent guidance - come on broker let's be more active. On the Vertus grants front I would love to see some of the details but I suspect the grant applications are pretty stunning and very material. If they hit just one of those can you imagine the gap up at 8am on that day or the huge volume as the pack of new buyers surge in... Laseair and Organotect are a mystery to me. They offer so much potential, providing as they do a solution to some of the world's major worries. Bugs in air conditioning, infection speacial, chemical sensing. What they are worth nobody really knows, but I understand they are now through their development phases and the value will out. Be interesting to see how this works and it certainly could surprise... Microrelease is a hidden stunner I think. Take up of recyled construction materials seems to be rising strongly and Nviro have a unique offer here. I imagine they will hit us with a JV partner who will take a share in ongoing development and sales, in exchange for funding of future costs. Cash is always a source of debate on this thread. I think it is still pretty close to market cap which means any technological upside via RNS just bolts on additional mkt cap value. The mkt cap has nothing in for the technology at the moment. I do want Nviro to invest more effectively in pr, and hopefully they will do that in parallel to the future developmental news flow. Exciting times, well done to those of you that remain stoichal holders, there are quite a few of us out there. I remember holding and buying a few stocks in the past where the wait was frustrating and painful.... Amur Minerals was probably the funniest. Nickel in Russia (Nickel Sulphide actually - the real deal). The price fell to 0.25p which I pointed out made the market cap way to small. Over a relatively short period the price rose to 0.75p a 3 times return. Not bad!! Then the positive (if somewhat delayed) rns started to flow and at one point intra day the share price touched 8pence.... All for a little stoicism and patience. The key is finding a superb asset(s) and then buying those companies, in the right sectors. For Amur is was a huge Nickel resource, i.e. within the commodities sector. For NVR is it Vertus Clean Coal within the environment sector. With the right news watch this go... With that right news 50pence is perfectly feasible if not more. Be careful of the risk of investing and do your homework before you do. Good luck all - off for a couple of weeks away.... take care of things for me ha ha
investoree: Made a very small top up in NVR of 15K @ 5.81p which seems to have moved the price back up again. Large share price fluctuations on small volume trades do not only seem to seem apply to AIM stocks but also larger companies on the main market like LWB. I have held shares in Low & Bonar for years and didn't take up my rights at the issue price of 25p but bought in the market at 23p and 23.4p which along with a number of other buys seemed to push the share price up disproportionately - especially as there is probably still a stock overhang. Keep the faith with NVR I am sure our patience will be rewarded!
fairdeal2008: New thread being created. More to come shortly. Website: Ok here are a few summary points relating to the recent share price action: - At 5.875p the company is valued at just 65% of cash. To put that into perspective, the company currently has 9 pence of cash in bank (£6.0million, divided by 66 million shares in issue); - Share price was 17pence six weeks ago when the company announced a temporary change in strategy due to current market conditions (and 50p plus last summer). Strategic change is explained below but looks like an effective and well timed move to protect cash and the stability of the company going forward; - Drop in share price caused, not only by strategic rns, but a dump of 3 million shares creating an artificial fall in price. All that overhang cleared, price responded but then pulled back as some took profits, now set up for the next phase of the rise; - Overall, whilst anything could happen the stock looks very oversold and undervalued. Even in difficult times, a stock with lots of future potential and prudent strategic management should not be valued at less than a half of cash in bank. Company summary (taken from website): THE SMART INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION Nviro Cleantech is a leader in commercialising "clean" technologies, building them from the innovation stage to industrial scale, creating shareholder value in parallel with environmental benefits. Nviro seeks out promising, early stage clean technologies with global opportunities at university or small boutique start-ups, and provides the necessary capital, management, and technical skills to bring them to market successfully. Nviro works with the technology founders to take proven laboratory innovations through to commercialisable technologies. Our organisation provides administrative, financial and project management support from a proven team, allowing the scientists to focus on the science, while Nviro navigates the path to commercialisation. Nviro invests in early-stage technology when the cost of intellectual property is at its lowest point, while the potential investment return is at its peak. Overall, Nviro's model de-risks projects, minimises time to market, maximises capital deployment efficiency, and maximises potential return for Nviro's stakeholders Company portfolio: Vertus Technologies Creating near-zero emissions for existing coal-fired power plants Microrelease Recycling wood products, eliminating landfill costs and space Laseair Laser based air purification for germs, dust and spores Casect Lab-On-A-Chip Portable plasma emission-based chemical detection system Company RNS dealing with strategic change: Nviro Cleantech plc (AIM:NVR), a leader in commercialising environmental technologies including clean fuels for power generation, provides the following trading update, focused mainly on the Company's clean fuel project in Ohio, USA, with its partner Cincinnati Bulk Terminals ("CBT"). Due to the extraordinary current economic conditions worldwide, as well as certain factors temporarily affecting only local market conditions (described below), the Company is now planning to change its approach to near-term revenue generation. The Company intends to re-deploy certain of its proprietary Reductive Thermal Processing technology ('Vertus RTP') equipment from its Cincinnati site to other sites with potential strategic partners, who it is intended would bear the cost of installation and share revenues. In addition, the Company will use some of its existing capital equipment and a change in processing, to manufacture tailored blends of coal-based fuels and coal and biomass blends to provide clean fuels products to the Cincinnati market until market conditions return to historic norms and the Vertus RTP technology can be economically deployed in Cincinnati once again. Recent RNS Announcement related to share price drop: +--------------------------------------+----------------------------------+ | Press release | 19 March 2009 | +--------------------------------------+----------------------------------+ Nviro Cleantech plc ("Nviro" or "the Company") Trading Update Further to the Company's announcement of 9 March 2009, the Directors continue to evaluate the options available to the Company at this time in order to bring maximum benefit to its shareholders. The Company is currently in preliminary discussions in relation to a number of options available to them and a further announcement will be made by the Company in due course. - Ends - oh and just as an aside read this link in Market Makers: Link for plus trades
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