Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Polemos LSE:PLMO London Ordinary Share GB0032654641 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.055p 0.05p 0.06p 0.055p 0.055p 0.055p 0.00 07:31:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 -0.1 -0.0 - 0.84

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28/11/201621:10Polemos Plc - A New Beginning3,449.00
01/1/201513:47Tip TV Interview with David Lenigas, in which he discusses Polemos (PLMO)1.00
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07/6/201314:51POLEMOS PLC - New African Oil and gas company116.00

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08/12/2016
08:20
Polemos Daily Update: Polemos is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PLMO. The last closing price for Polemos was 0.06p.
Polemos has a 4 week average price of 0.06p and a 12 week average price of 0.06p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.10p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.03p.
There are currently 1,524,407,464 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 27,825 shares. The market capitalisation of Polemos is £838,424.11.
01/2/2016
19:06
urashimataroo: ...chappie... Chappies like that have backed Plus/Polemos from a share price of 10p (at one stage even close to 30p) all the way down to its current level of 0.055p and all the while believing strongly (a) that the share price could not go down any further, (b) that a turn around was just around the corner, (c) that averaging down was a brilliant investment strategy, (d) that they could beat the odds, (e) that they were due for a win, since they had already lost a million times, ... (xyz) that they were invincible. Good luck to all you invincible chappies out there - may your dreams come true!
07/5/2015
11:43
nitaroo: Depending on the outcome of the election, Britain might turn away from the European Union and instead look for stronger ties with Russia, thus completing a European power triangle with England in the West (being responsible for financial hocus-pocus), with Russia in the East (continuing to export malware and grotty porn as well as oil and gas) and Greece to the South (providing facilities for rest and recreation for the upper crust of all three participating allies). What could be the consequences and implications of such a scenario for the Polemos share price (if any)? Curios.
17/10/2014
07:13
squirrel888: So, the next thing shareholders can do to stop the likes of Barclays, Lloyds, TDW etc. etc. loaning out/err borrowing stock is to quite simply put sell orders on all shares. If there is a sell order on those shares, they cannot be loaned out. Fact. I'll sell mine for 10p. But since the share price is so low, why not scoop up as many as I can. 18m shares is more than 3% now. It isn't out of the question for someone to buy a large percentage of shares & take control. £5m would do that.
01/8/2013
11:17
shaun09: This what Piri actually said in Rns 30 July 2013 Pires Investments Plc ("Pires" or the "Company") Issue of Equity Pires Investments ("Pires" or the "Company"), the AIM quoted natural resource investment company, is pleased to announce that the Company has raised £500,000 by way of an issue of 500,000,000 new ordinary shares of 0.1 pence each (the "Placing Shares") at a placing price of 0.1 pence per share. The placing price represents a 43% premium to the closing mid-market share price on 29 July 2013. The Placing Shares will, when issued, be credited as fully paid and will rank pari passu in all respects with the existing ordinary shares of 0.1 pence each in the capital of the Company, including the right to receive all dividends and other distributions declared, made or paid in respect of such shares after the date of issue of the Placing Shares. The Company has applied for admission of the Placing Shares to trading on AIM, a market operated by the London Stock Exchange plc (the "Admission"). It is expected that Admission will take place and that trading in the Placing Shares will commence on or around 5 August 2013. The Placing is conditional upon Admission becoming effective. Peter Redmond, the Chairman of Pires said of the placing: "We are very pleased that we have been able to attract significant new investment funds at a premium to the current share price. These funds will enable the Company materially to progress its proposed investment strategy." For further information, please contact: Pires Investments Plc Tel: 020 7766 0082 Peter Redmond
01/8/2013
10:48
shaun09: Has PLMO got something to do with this ? piri boss is old mucker of two board members at polemos. 30 July 2013 Pires Investments Plc ("Pires" or the "Company") Issue of Equity Pires Investments ("Pires" or the "Company"), the AIM quoted natural resource investment company, is pleased to announce that the Company has raised £500,000 by way of an issue of 500,000,000 new ordinary shares of 0.1 pence each (the "Placing Shares") at a placing price of 0.1 pence per share. The placing price represents a 43% premium to the closing mid-market share price on 29 July 2013. The Placing Shares will, when issued, be credited as fully paid and will rank pari passu in all respects with the existing ordinary shares of 0.1 pence each in the capital of the Company, including the right to receive all dividends and other distributions declared, made or paid in respect of such shares after the date of issue of the Placing Shares. The Company has applied for admission of the Placing Shares to trading on AIM, a market operated by the London Stock Exchange plc (the "Admission"). It is expected that Admission will take place and that trading in the Placing Shares will commence on or around 5 August 2013. The Placing is conditional upon Admission becoming effective. Peter Redmond, the Chairman of Pires said of the placing: "We are very pleased that we have been able to attract significant new investment funds at a premium to the current share price. These funds will enable the Company materially to progress its proposed investment strategy." For further information, please contact: Pires Investments Plc Tel: 020 7766 0082 Peter Redmond
25/4/2013
10:44
daytraders: But 3DR is like 1000% or more over priced to start with if your going on there cash position alone, so i dont see how they can be compared to plmo, plmo share price is like at cash now.
25/4/2013
06:28
the_insiders: Squirel Last count for PLMO was a total NAV of £1.6m We have almost 10 x NAV compared to 3DR and when you consider 3DR have twice as many shares in circulation and are priced @ 0.30 it shows how silly the market can be imo. If the Market used the same formula to calculate PLMO share price we would simply be a lot higher. I think we will have man more good days to come.
24/4/2013
20:24
the_insiders: I notice the situation with 3DR which has the lenigas and Strang combo. It's interesting because it shows the how undervalued this company is. 3DR shares in circulation = 820.98m 3DR Cash = £172,000 Thousand last count 3DR MC = £2.26m 3DR Share price 030p PLMO shares in circulation = 386.91m PLMO Cash = £1.3 million last count PLMO MC = £1.06m PLMO Share price 0.27 based on a like for like would anyone like to have a guess of where our share price should be if it was to be compared with 3DR? I would say 090p at the very least and that not taking any good news into consideration I am talking about as we stand. thoughts?
17/3/2013
10:37
the shellmeister: PLMO - PoLeMOs Shares : 387m Price : 0.265p Mkt Cap: £1.0m Cash : £1.3m Polemos means 'God of War' and is a Cash Shell rising from the Ashes of Plus Markets (PMK). As you can see on the chart the big fall from 1.0p to 0.2p came about in May 2012 when Plus Markets PMK announced they could no longer continue as a Business conducting the operations of Plus Markets because they had not been able to find a buyer during their Formal Sale Process. http://www.investegate.co.uk/plus-markets-group--plmo-/rns/closure-of-formal-sale-process/201205140700242463D/ However since that event PMK did eventually find a buyer for Plus Markets it was sold to ICAP. Some shareholders were not happy with the previous Management and New Management came in and the Shell Company became PLMO.Not only that but some shareholders in PMK who paid 5p for their shares think PLMO is or should still be worth 5p a share. They think something in the process was not quite right and are demanding answers. The new Management of PLMO seem to think this PMK part of PLMO history is worth investigating. Even partial recovery of the hoped for 5p a share value could have a huge impact on the PLMO share price. Here is comment from the Interim Results in September 2012 "The Company's new board of directors will continue to investigate the payments made in relation to the formal sale process and wind-down of the Company and payments made to the executives to ensure that, where possible, an appropriate recovery of funds for the benefit of the Company and its shareholders can be sought. The new board of directors will also investigate the role of the non-executive directors in relation to the SX Disposal. In addition, the new board of directors are reviewing the terms of the disposal of PLUS-TS." so just to emphasise the key comment "...an appropriate recovery of funds for the benefit of the Company and its shareholders.." http://www.investegate.co.uk/plus-markets-group--plmo-/rns/interim-results/201209280900023900N/ But PLMO Management are not just dwelling on the past. The new Non-Executive Chairman is Don Strang who is a colleague of David Lenigas a renowned dealmaker. The principle aim of the new Management is for PLMO to make investments in the African Oil and Gas sector. PLMO has 387m shares in Issue. At the current price PLMO is valued at only £1.0m ! That means that any AIM Investor can own 1% of this Company for a paltry 10k ! You can buy 1 million shares in PLMO for only £2700 Unlike many other shells PLMO has significant amount of cash at its disposal. Over £1.3m at last count. That by itself implies a share price of something of the order of 0.34p per share in other words a 25% premium to the current price. Here is a comparison of some of the main shells on AIM which are looking for investments in the Oil and Gas or Resources sector. ZOL £18m Zoltav Resources (Cash of £0.4m ; Net Assets £0.6m) RBD £3m Reabold Resources (Cash of £0m ; Net Assets - Negative) 3DR £3m 3D Resources (Cash of £0.25m ; Net Assets £0.55m) PLMO £1m Polemos (Cash of £1.3m ; Net Assets £1.6m) Polemos has more cash and net assets than Shells which are valued at 3 to 18 times PLMO ! Some examples of recent transformative shell takeovers Nanotech NANO (formerly Evolutec) Market Cap £340m Fastjet FJET (formerly RUBI Rubicon Diversified) Market Cap £60m Stratmin Global STGR (formerly WSAG Woodbourne Silver) Market Cap £27m Kemin Resources KEM (formerly GMA Gold Mines of Algeria) Market Cap £41m "The stories of Cluff and Rubicon illustrate that AIM's cash shells are a very diverse bunch, but what both have in common is their determination to move forward and do a deal. While there are still shells on the market that are dormant in every sense of the word, there are plenty that offer a gateway to a new world of opportunity." http://www.growthbusiness.co.uk/growing-a-business/company-flotations/2113078/the-rise-of-cash-shells.thtml So in summary PLMO looks like a highly promising shell. The Management behind it are well known dealmakers and have good contacts in the Resources industry. The Company have cash at their disposal. Interestingly unlike other shells they seem to have two shots at generating possible substantial value for shareholders. Firstly by recovering any value from the detritus of the previous business and secondly from injecting new growth investments into the cash shell and providing a new business with a ready made listing and access to the capital markets. PLMO is my current favourite shell.
17/3/2013
10:37
the shellmeister: PLMO - PoLeMOs Shares : 387m Price : 0.265p Mkt Cap: £1.0m Cash : £1.3m Polemos means 'God of War' and is a Cash Shell rising from the Ashes of Plus Markets (PMK). As you can see on the chart the big fall from 1.0p to 0.2p came about in May 2012 when Plus Markets PMK announced they could no longer continue as a Business conducting the operations of Plus Markets because they had not been able to find a buyer during their Formal Sale Process. http://www.investegate.co.uk/plus-markets-group--plmo-/rns/closure-of-formal-sale-process/201205140700242463D/ However since that event PMK did eventually find a buyer for Plus Markets it was sold to ICAP. Some shareholders were not happy with the previous Management and New Management came in and the Shell Company became PLMO. Not only that but some shareholders in PMK who paid 5p for their shares think PLMO is or should still be worth 5p a share. They think something in the process was not quite right and are demanding answers. The new Management of PLMO seem to think this PMK part of PLMO history is worth investigating. Even partial recovery of the hoped for 5p a share value could have a huge impact on the PLMO share price. Here is comment from the Interim Results in September 2012 "The Company's new board of directors will continue to investigate the payments made in relation to the formal sale process and wind-down of the Company and payments made to the executives to ensure that, where possible, an appropriate recovery of funds for the benefit of the Company and its shareholders can be sought. The new board of directors will also investigate the role of the non-executive directors in relation to the SX Disposal. In addition, the new board of directors are reviewing the terms of the disposal of PLUS-TS." so just to emphasise the key comment "...an appropriate recovery of funds for the benefit of the Company and its shareholders.." http://www.investegate.co.uk/plus-markets-group--plmo-/rns/interim-results/201209280900023900N/ But PLMO Management are not just dwelling on the past. The new Non-Executive Chairman is Don Strang who is a colleague of David Lenigas a renowned dealmaker. The principle aim of the new Management is for PLMO to make investments in the African Oil and Gas sector. PLMO has 387m shares in Issue. At the current price PLMO is valued at only £1.0m ! That means that any AIM Investor can own 1% of this Company for a paltry 10k ! You can buy 1 million shares in PLMO for only £2700 Unlike many other shells PLMO has significant amount of cash at its disposal. Over £1.3m at last count. That by itself implies a share price of something of the order of 0.34p per share in other words a 25% premium to the current price. Here is a comparison of some of the main shells on AIM which are looking for investments in the Oil and Gas or Resources sector. ZOL £18m Zoltav Resources (Cash of £0.4m ; Net Assets £0.6m) RBD £3m Reabold Resources (Cash of £0m ; Net Assets - Negative) 3DR £3m 3D Resources (Cash of £0.25m ; Net Assets £0.55m) PLMO £1m Polemos (Cash of £1.3m ; Net Assets £1.6m) Polemos has more cash and net assets than Shells which are valued at 3 to 18 times PLMO ! Some examples of recent transformative shell takeovers Nanotech NANO (formerly Evolutec) Market Cap £340m Fastjet FJET (formerly RUBI Rubicon Diversified) Market Cap £60m Stratmin Global STGR (formerly WSAG Woodbourne Silver) Market Cap £27m Kemin Resources KEM (formerly GMA Gold Mines of Algeria) Market Cap £41m "The stories of Cluff and Rubicon illustrate that AIM's cash shells are a very diverse bunch, but what both have in common is their determination to move forward and do a deal. While there are still shells on the market that are dormant in every sense of the word, there are plenty that offer a gateway to a new world of opportunity." http://www.growthbusiness.co.uk/growing-a-business/company-flotations/2113078/the-rise-of-cash-shells.thtml So in summary PLMO looks like a highly promising shell. The Management behind it are well known dealmakers and have good contacts in the Resources industry. The Company have cash at their disposal. Interestingly unlike other shells they seem to have two shots at generating possible substantial value for shareholders. Firstly by recovering any value from the detritus of the previous business and secondly from injecting new growth investments into the cash shell and providing a new business with a ready made listing and access to the capital markets. PLMO is my current favourite shell.
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