Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Powerhouse Ener LSE:PHE London Ordinary Share GB00B4WQVY43 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.15p -15.38% 0.825p 0.80p 0.85p 0.95p 0.775p 0.95p 12,553,072.00 14:00:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -0.8 -0.2 - 5.02

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Powerhouse Ener Daily Update: Powerhouse Ener is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PHE. The last closing price for Powerhouse Ener was 0.98p.
Powerhouse Ener has a 4 week average price of 0.57p and a 12 week average price of 0.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.58p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.35p.
There are currently 607,934,536 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 18,219,083 shares. The market capitalisation of Powerhouse Ener is £5,015,459.92.
warwick69: Mervin just for your simple mind so you understand the law of takeover in a company the bidder has to have control of over 90% of all shares before he can ride rough shot over the final 10% Accepting or rejecting the offerOnce the bidder makes a formal offer, the shareholders in the target company must decide whether to accept or reject it before the deadline set out in the offer. This deadline must be within 60 days of the offer being formally announced. If another company makes a competing bid, this deadline will be reset to put both bids on the same timetable.The bidder will usually make the offer "conditional" on getting acceptances for at least 50 per cent of shares. This ensures that the deal will be completed only if the bidder ends up with control of the target company.Once the number of acceptances passes that level, it will then declare the offer "unconditional" and give the remaining shareholders more time to accept. If the offer is not declared unconditional by the deadline, it will lapse. Once a formal offer lapses or is withdrawn, the bidder cannot usually make a fresh offer within 12 months.Since not all shareholders will accept or reject the offer, there are some rules determining what happens at different levels of acceptance.If the bidder acquires more than 80 per cent of the target's shares, it can delist the target company from the London Stock Exchange, regardless of whether the remaining shareholders agree to the delisting.If the bidder acquires more than 90 per cent of the target's shares, it can force the shareholders who have not accepted the offer to sell it their shares.Should you sell or hold?If you are a shareholder in a company on the receiving end of a possible takeover, you have the choice of selling your shares in the market for cash at any time or waiting until the deal closes and receiving the cash or securities at that time.What you choose to do will depend on what you think the outcome of the bid will be. If the deal falls through, it's common for shares in the target to drop in price. In that situation, you might have been better off if you had sold.But if you sell before the closing date and the deal succeeds, you will usually receive slightly less than you would have got if you held until completion. And you could miss out on a higher price if the acquirer is forced to raise its offer or if there is a competing bid.Judging whether a takeover will happen or not can be very difficult. So it may be best to think about whether you believe the current share price represents good long-term value, even if the bid does not close. You can use that to guide your decision to sell or hold, rather than trying to speculate whether a deal will go ahead.
nelson5100: How to force the price up, restrict supply (get people to buy and keep telling them not to sell). But when you do want to sell watch the cliff fall on the share price. Basic economics, supply and demand equilibrium. If you distort one or the other then the price will be distorted but will eventually come to a market price. So keep buying and watch the share price, but a sale is never a sale until the cash is in the bank.
jaknife: Warwick, All these shares that "more and more shares are going to long term homes" are being pumped out of a boiler room at a material mark-up to the 0.7p at which they're actually being issued by the company. The company gets 0.7p, the boiler room gets a big fat commission and the shareholders buy shares at a vastly inflated price well in excess of the realistic value assisted by the activities of the organised rampathon. When they've finished dumping, the share price will drop back down again until the next time that they need a placing to keep the lights on. JakNife
warwick69: The loan will never be fully converted to shares (IMHO) we could repay it before they are converted with good orders. Also I can't see Peter bond converting fully as it would trigger need to bid for whole company? Too much hassle ! Even if he did he would only do that after we had. Had some orders and I would not care being diluted as then there would be no debt we would be worth Many many millions more due to orders and I would still have a very good percentage of a much bigger company rather than a bigger percentage of a tiny company as would every other shareholder? If we had twice as many shares so 1.2 billion no debt and orders that would mean we were profitable with recurring income what mcap would you put on us then as long as it's over £7 million I would be no worse off than today's price! However I would imagine we would be heading for a valuation some multiple of £7 million? So my friend your worry about share conversion is very flawed if you think it would send share price lower you are very much mistaken
1savvyinvestor: Dipped my toe in the water. Buy at 8.00 am not sell as showing! I too have concerns about directors not being personally invested but understand they have large amounts of options. A couple of open market buys by directors would give the shares a big boost. One company I'm in is PEL. Directors started buying last year at 1.66. Share price now over 4p and one director still buying
warwick69: They may not need one for a while the hope is the share price is much much higher and investors will be desperate and willing to pay considerably higher as we will be greatly de risked The individual projects can be financed separately as per PPG deal with Rockpool look it up!, I have explained this already No more discounted placings we have the cash to bring the container over hear watch the share price rally on that historic event
warwick69: Yes savvy the waste to energy business is a $35 billion a year industry once we catch the attention of a few big players you won't see this share price for dust Only £2.7 mcap the average orders will be more valuable than that If we can get to 1000 tons of waste gasification a day across multiple sites the annual income from redirected land fill taxes and payment for energy produced would be circa £40 milllion a year that's recurring income now that's on only 1000 tons of waste a day Now put a valuation on the business of the future And there is every chance that this is achievable Couple of months to wait before you can all see the plant working on a site near Manchester Keith is in the U.K. Again end of January visiting the Manchester region I plan to meet up with him again to hear about progress
jaknife: Warwick, Your post 1147 immortalised for when the inevitable happens: Jaknife we were told at the AGM that there will not be a placing despite the fact MM probably would like one? We will need cash at some point but the share price will be way higher after order news is released and then any placing will be at a premium to share price no more discounted placings I'm afraid It is amazing on many levels that you believe what these charlatans tell you but to believe that no placing will happen when: (a) the company has a track record of regular and repeated placings, (b) the balance sheet is technically insolvent, (c) the company is burning cash on a regular basis and is forecast to for as least the next two years (probably longer IMHO), and (d) the company has negligible cash and even after the recent placing will not have adequate cash resources to last to the end of this financial year. just illustrates how blinded you have become. You're long and have become obsessed with what you're convinced is a money making machine. So convinced that you cannot see what is plain and simple and right in front of your eyes! regards, JakNife
warwick69: Jaknife we were told at the AGM that there will not be a placing despite the fact MM probably would like one? We will need cash at some point but the share price will be way higher after order news is released and then any placing will be at a premium to share price no more discounted placings I'm afraid This is ready for a steady climb higher sorry to disappoint you
warwick69: Dice I totally agree very popular but there will be no low hanging fruit left and no new freebies from discounted placings that's been promised by the board they have £500k in bank enough for next phase of business the aim is to get share price higher and avoid big dilution of existing shareholders Future fund raising will be to seriously expand the company and will be at a premium to current share price So now there's nothing to stop the rallies no more MM bail outs through SVS securities et al IMHO
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