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||Market Cap (m)
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Pipehawk Share Discussion Threads
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|Bought another 100k.|
Good point xD|
|Current liabilities of £4.8m v current assets £2.1m.
Cash injection needed...placing ahoy?|
i am at a loss to understand why you are wasting your time and effort on people who have no clue about investing|
|Clear that you have a chip on your shoulder from the past, not the best way to go around the market.|
|"I see no case for investing though, sorry."
You sir are blind.|
|iLeeman, I think that if you were to read the corresponding statements and predictions for the last 5-10 years you would see that there is a cycle of hope and disappointment as their expectations simply don't materialise. I would love this company to succeed in order to recover some the money I invested 10 years ago and for Gordon's faith and generosity to be rewarded.
I see no case for investing though, sorry.|
Look at revenues you can see they are increasing. No denying PIP has done nothing for years but you can see the recovery taking place now.
Order book is higher than ever with significant contracts hitting within weeks...how can you find anything negative in this haha
And in regards to the board what would you rather them do, do a massive placing at a discount? Very good to see PIP is supported by the board.
£800k cap very undervalued.|
|Surely Gordon Watt cannot be that stupid, if he has all this money, to throw it all away if he really had no faith in pip.|
|Same story again. Bags of hope and still something that might possibly be jam several years away. Massive loans from Gordon Watt (his charity?) and deferred fees will take ages to repay.
As always vague indications of better times ahead but I wrote this off as an investment several years ago.|
|As someone else mentioned the previous grant that got accepted took them 3 attempts before they got it, so grant news in March could be positive.
Market is completely ignoring this stock but late in 2016 people paying 6p and that was before the £1mil+ in new orders, we are also told clear as day multiple significant orders to come and post brexit looks bullish.
I have been building a nice position between 2.5p and 3.3p.|
|I'm in here I like the business and the orders. Grant application news next month. They received an award for the application.|
I had an interest in this company when it first listed on AIM i think at one time the shares were 26 pence.From what i read pipe hawk gets most of its funding from the CEO why don't they approach the share holders i do not know.The technology is good but why they are not profitable i do know.|
|Had a few nibbles over the last week or so.
At £700-£800k cap will only take one more of those contracts to land to bag. Results in March could be quite good aswell.
The £2m+ contracts that landed over the last 6 months or so are very positive, could be quite a nice recovery stock.|
|few little buys - don't know if it means anything|
|This is more like a charity than a money making company, which is what I thought I had invested in many years ago. If I hadn't put my money in I would applaud Gordon.
Agree and sympathise with long-term holders. My usual comment of jam (in many years after) tomorrow.|
|Bottom drawer for this one. Not my best pick.|
|Lot of trades today|
|How can this company survive.The level of negative equity is twice the current market cap. And creditors are four times market cap. The word insolvent springs to mind.|
|I hope you are right. Solid profit from these contracts is needed and plans for reorganisation of debts to Gordon would be nice but still several years to make this a healthy company imho.|
|Few more regular buys. Can't think there's much stock around. Solid contracts being won regularly.|
|why particularly now? I have expected a break-out for 5 years but it is still to happen.|
|This feels ready to break out.|