Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Plantic Tech. LSE:PLNT London Ordinary Share AU0000XINEG8 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 7.75p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 0.6 -6.7 -8.4 - 6.18

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12/1/201111:59Plantic - bio plastic644.00
02/8/201013:42Plantic Technologies, market cap less than cash, strong buy, 10 bag potential.866.00

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14/7/2010
16:45
masurenguy: the_doctor - 14 Jul'10 - 17:08 - 40023 The_doctor is obviously sitting on some VERY substantial losses here. the_doctor - 8 Jan'10 - 125: Well done here Sid! Glad you pointed it out and after a bit of research, I decided it was a clear buy. The coming deals should help to lift this substantially higher. As you say, the market cap is still undemanding. January 10th: Share price 16p July 14th: Share price 5.1p
14/7/2010
14:51
masurenguy: the_doctor - 14 Jul'10 - 645: maybe I'm just posting genuine comments Masurenguy! Well maybe I'm just posting genuine comments here too ! You must also be sitting on some VERY substantial losses here. the_doctor - 8 Jan'10 - 125: Well done here Sid! Glad you pointed it out and after a bit of research, I decided it was a clear buy. The coming deals should help to lift this substantially higher. As you say, the market cap is still undemanding. January 10th: Share price 16p July 14th: Share price 5.1p
14/7/2010
10:51
masurenguy: the_doctor - 14 Jul'10 - 11:47 - 39994 I feel SO sorry for the_doctor and Cynical Sid whose investments here are substantially underwater. You've both been such caring and altruistic posters on other boards like VIY that you're entitled to some consideration here ! Cynical Sid - 4 Jan'10 - 96: Hi there! Don't think I'm wrong on this. I think the company is worth somewhere between 40-50p. Have now bought more than 2m shares so really hope I'm not wrong! January 4th: Share price 12p the_doctor - 8 Jan'10 - 125: Well done here Sid! Glad you pointed it out and after a bit of research, I decided it was a clear buy. The coming deals should help to lift this substantially higher. As you say, the market cap is still undemanding. January 10th: Share price 16p July 14th: Share price 5.1p
13/7/2010
16:22
masurenguy: themoneymonster2 - 13 Jul'10 - 579: what about when you set up the thread for aviva and the share price was at 600p? now 356p, bet you made loads of money though even if it never went above that price again Not really sure what point you are trying to prove ! I've set up threads for around 25 companies over the past few years but invested in less than half of them. Many of them are to monitor new stocks and some (like OCZ) I invest in later on if and when I think the share price offers value. Others I never invest in at all since that point was never reached. My 5 largest stocks have threads authored by other posters. As it happens I do have shares in Aviva. I first invested in them at around £3.60 in 2002 and subsequently transferred them into my pension fund. I have added from time to time and reinvested all of the dividends. At the moment my average cost is £4.03 so at tonights closing price of £3.55 I'm around 12% down. Not bothered since they are not in my top ten investments by value and they are a long term hold for my pension fund which I'm sure will exceed my current cost price by the time I draw my pension.
13/7/2010
14:23
masurenguy: the_doctor - 13 Jul'10 - 568: I dont think you need to worry about Sid denc Oh dear - but I do ! I feel SO sorry for the_doctor and Cynical Sid whose investments here are substantially underwater. You've both been such caring and altruistic posters on other boards that you're entitled to some consideration here ! Cynical Sid - 4 Jan'10 - 96: Hi there! Don't think I'm wrong on this. I think the company is worth somewhere between 40-50p. Have now bought more than 2m shares so really hope I'm not wrong! January 4th: Share price 12p the_doctor - 8 Jan'10 - 125: Well done here Sid! Glad you pointed it out and after a bit of research, I decided it was a clear buy. The coming deals should help to lift this substantially higher. As you say, the market cap is still undemanding. January 10th: Share price 16p
08/7/2010
16:33
the_doctor: I thought ITM was doomed at the start of the year now look at it http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=20209620 Similarly, TYR has managed to get funding without significantly impacting the share price (unlike SEO mind you) I suspect the way forward will be - US subsidy reduces funding needs - positive news on K-P extension, resin deal and contracts then loan/equity stake from a partner + placing + open offer outcome will be - newsflow raises hope that PLNT can get there - cash provided to get it there - open offer allows us to invest on similar/same terms as others and remove any dilutive effects The likes of K-P could potentially bring in chunky contracts I also think it's possible that National Starch/acquiror will buy PLNT, taking advantage of the low price. For them, it's a case of when, not if.
05/7/2010
20:19
themoneymonster2: SHAREHOLDERS Figure 11 summarises the main shareholders. Figure 11: Main Shareholders as at 31 March 2010 Shareholder Holding (%) Gordon Merchant 18.4 Lynchwood Nominees 9.1 UBS (Luxembourg) SA 5.6 Halifax Life 3.8 HSBC James Capel as principal 2.4 Swisscanto Equity Climate Invest 2.2 Alan Miller 1.5 Penson/Nomura Code private clients 2.0 Jolimont Capital 2.0 David Norwood 1.0 RAB Capital 2.0 Hermes Pension Management 1.7 KBC Funds 1.4 Ashcourt Private Clients 1.4 Barclays Bank (Suisse) SA Geneva 1.4 Lansdowne Funds 1.2 ANIMA Emerging Markets 1.2 EVO Nominees 1.1 KBC Funds 1.1 Citadel Investments BVI 1.1 Rowan Dartington Private Clients 1.1 Source: Plantic FINANCIALS AND VALUATION The 2009 financials reflect the difficulties experienced by the whole plastics industry plus the specific issues with DuPont. 2009 revenue was A$1.0m (2008: $3.6m) with a net loss of A$10.8m (2008: A$9.8m). Cash at the end of 2009 was A$15.6m. Our estimates for 2010 and beyond assume that the agreement with Klöckner Pentaplast produces results and show revenues increasing to A$5.7m in 2010 and A$17m in 2011. We estimate the company becoming profitable in 2013. We have modelled the company raising A$10m in 2010 at a price of 8p per share which leads to a dilution of 48%. Our valuation is based on a DCF analysis with a terminal value based on year six FCF and a WACC of 20% to reflect execution risk. In arriving at a target price of 19p we have assumed full dilution with the A$10m raising described above. Clearly achievement of rapid sales growth is essential to support our valuation and we announcements of sales progress will be catalysts for the share price. We also anticipate announcement of a partnership with a major compounder regarding ecoPlastic™. Matrix Corporate Capital LLP One Vine Street London, W1J 0AH +44 (0) 20 3206 7000
28/6/2010
10:25
greengiant: TMM2 - My view here is not to talk the share price down, it is just to try and impart what I know about this industry. The key issue here is as I have always stated - can this company exploit the growing market and make everyone who has invested in it rich? The link you posted is interesting, and one of the key reasons why PLNT have not done well, is the DuPont fiasco (more on DuPont's side than PLNT) However, I wouldn't place too much emphasis on is current cash position - as you state above at december 31st it had $15.6m, but is burning cash at the rate of around $5m - $5.5m per 6 months. There has been no significant increase in revenue in this first 6 months so you are looking at a closing cash balance at 30 June of around $10.25m - at a rate of 1.65 gives a sterling value of £6.2m against a market cap of £4.7m. The discount is for the following 2 reasons: 1) the fact that there will be a share placing (management accept this) 2) in this industry, you get hundreds of trial orders prior to receiving any orders of significance. The time from trial to product supply is typically 12 - 18 months. This is the key risk here. gg
08/6/2010
10:18
masurenguy: Masurenguy - 8 Jun'10 - 10:39 - 362: the PLNT price has more than halved this year ! Closing price on January 8th 2010 (which is in this year) was 15.75p. Closing price yesterday (which is also in this year) was 6.875p. Fall in price is 56%. I think that every numerate person would recognise 56% as being more than half ! Perhaps you should enrol in some evening classes on English comprehension !
18/1/2010
15:37
themoneymonster2: 64p placing price, bet the insti's are fuming. If you look at the share chart of PLNT, the share price really only tanked with the rest of the market, as can be expected from mid 2008 and has stayed low ever since. I would think a return to 40-60p can easily be achieved with some decent news and director buying within the next 3 months to be honest. The share price seems to be wanting to breakout move up now. Anyone seen what Zak Mir had to say about PLNT on Friday yet?
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