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
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.90p 0.85p 0.95p 0.90p 0.875p 0.90p 232,903 11:00:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -0.8 -0.2 - 5.79

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28/6/2017
09:20
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 0.90p.
Powerhouse Ener has a 4 week average price of 0.65p and a 12 week average price of 0.65p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.78p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.38p.
There are currently 643,648,821 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,018,518 shares. The market capitalisation of Powerhouse Ener is £5,792,839.39.
28/6/2017
09:05
nelson5100: Or should I call you Wazzza as you post on LSE? Well my postings caused the company to withdraw its error ridden 2015 audited accounts and had to issue amended accounts. I have highlighted numerous financial reporting errors, if the company hasn't bothered to correct them then I can continue to highlight them to other users of this board. Very simple question for you, what price were the 90,932,961 shares issued to Renewme priced at? The 2016 audited accounts would imply they were issued at 0.5p each yet the first filed share allotment form has them issued at 0.65p and also the amended form issued in May 2017 also has them at 0.65p. Now if a company cannot even issue the most basic of share allotment forms then shouldn't this be highlighted? Again, the company was weeks late filing the director's appointment form for David Ryan, and was only issued after numerous prompts posted by me. Again what sort of company cannot file a simple director's appointment form on time? Not forgetting this company has an experienced Company Secretary, a chartered accountant as a director and now has a Chief Financial Officer, non board appointment, who is also a chartered accountant. So why don't you as a significant shareholder ask the company to correct its reporting errirs? Or are you only interested in ramping a share price?
28/6/2017
08:35
nelson5100: On another BB the rampers don't like any criticism or analysis of PHE if it doesn't fit the rampers opinion. So now they are targeting and reporting any postings which they disagree with. The last share like this was on the CTAG board and we all know what happened there. Now why would a post like this get reported? "Oh where are the Renewme transactions? The company previously had 90932961 shares and was listed as a significant shareholder. Then in the 2016 audited accounts they are not listed as a significant shareholder. Now the website lists Renewme as a significant shareholder with 90,932,961 shares. So where are the transactions, where are the Disclosure and Transparency Rules notifications?" Remember today is the 19th week since the loan conversion note from Hilgrove was converted with £2m paid cash to them. But, why have the shares to convert the remaining £1.4million debt not been issued? Why would any lender forego interest at 15% on £1.4million for 19 weeks? Plus,if the shares are to be locked in for 12 months from admission to AIM why allow 19 additional weeks for the risk of the share price falling before being able to trade the shares?
27/6/2017
22:42
scrutable: warwick WHY DOES HE HAVE TO DIVULGE SECRETS JUST TO SATISFY HIS OWN CURIOSITY. That is really bombastic of you. I have already declared that I have acquired more shares than I can afford and resent the inference that you have inside knowledge not available to the rest of the shareholders. It is more than curiosity to expect information which should be released through RNS, as it clearly material to the value of the shares. If you have declared yourself an insider you should not be posting here excessively to ramp the share and should behave with reserve and more like an institution. My suspicion is that at the moment the contraption will work on very selected feed stocks and is still a long way off from working effectively without unacceptable interruptions when trying to deal with town waste, which is what we hope it will eventually do.. Let's have some honest disclosure of any limitations which exist so that the share price can be based on real achievement. Anything less smells of scam, of which there have been dozens on AIM, and should surprise noone. You warwick are always pointing to dishonest manipulation of the share price. Why then are you so supportive of KA's policy of keeping stum, which keeps the share price artificially low?
20/6/2017
21:54
dolphin158: Imagine this hypothetical scenario, a company announces some good news and the shares spike in price. At the same time it issues a bulk allotment of shares announcing that these are to be locked in for a 12 month period. But, what if in my hypothetical scenario that the shareholder who received this bulk allotment borrows some money from say an Equities First company and puts the share up as collateral. What is to stop the loan company from immediately selling the shares and if the share price drops then the shareholder has to put up my collateral or forfeit the shares?? The lender is happy as they would have sold the shares at a high price but the market wouldn't know who was selling as there would be a 13 month lock in period. The shareholder is happy having effectively sold their shares by borrowing against them and then only forfeiting the shares rather than repaying the loan. The issuing company is happy at not having to pay the shareholder but instead had only had a bulk issue if shares. My what a hypothetical scenario. Although it wasn't that long ago when a similar situation arises at Quindell and some of the directors had used their shares as collateral with Equities First.
19/6/2017
09:26
rossannan: w69You are completely misunderstanding what MMs do. As I've said before, they are bookies, not gamblers. In other words, they do not have a view on PHE's cash position. Posts like your recent ones do more harm than good. If the demonstration days happen next month as promised there will likely be more buyers than sellers and the share price will rise. If they don't happen there will be more sellers than buyers and the share price will fall. The MMs make money either way.
17/6/2017
08:11
warwick69: I know what the market makers are doing they have. Been building a sizeable naked short in the assumption that he company will need capital shortly. It is pretty obvious they are trying to engineer a Lower share price to get more shares from a placing to ensure they make a profit on the scam. The risk they are taking is that if Keith holds out and says no we don't need your cash at this time and the certification and demonstration go extremely well and maybe confirmation of our first order, which encourages more buyers they will be forced to let the share price go and will have to trade their way out of the short at a much higher range. They are definitely manipulating the share price and it is a risky play!!In fact I think I will request the FCA and LSE investigate as this is a scam they have done before
08/6/2017
10:52
jaknife: If If If. What that means superg1 is that probabilities need to be attached. Wally warwick wants to ignore every negative and only focus on the positives, he's ignoring, for example, that the company has a track record of repeated and regular failure. That points to a requirement to attach some low probabilities to success. There are currently 956,148,821m shares in issue (see http://www.investegate.co.uk/powerhouse-enrgy-grp--phe-/prn/issue-of-equity-and-general-update/20170315070000P0977/) at 0.81p per share equates to a market cap of £7.7m. In the asset side of the balance sheet the company has .... ... a single demonstration unit and insufficient cash to get it to market. You highlight that an unnamed secretive "partner" has agreed to put cash into the company on unknown terms. I put it to you that that will involve the issue of yet more shares. In the last five years the number of shares in issue has more than trebled. So a sensible forecast would be to assume that the company will need to issue significantly more equity over the next three years and that PHE might achieve revenue from sales in three years from now (taking into account the planning issues that PHE's more successful competitors have shown to exist when they have sold their units). That points to a market cap now of a more sensible £1.5m to £2.5m, which suggests that PHE is currently materially overvalued. The share price needs to fall by 60% to 80% before its hits fair value. I note your admiration of wally warwick's balls but that you haven't wasted your money by dipping your toes in. That will be because my analysis above is much more rational than warwick's and buying now would be pure madness. warm regards, JakNife
07/6/2017
07:25
warwick69: Someone's worried down in the city! I have a sneaky feeling the market makers and broker friends around the city probably thought or got wind that we might need said placing and they have been getting a bit short and trying to knock Share price as low as possible to benefit from a lower priced placing? But the recent news as thrown a massive spanner in their dastardly plan now they are in a bit of a pickle? How do they get the stock? So plan B they have to make the share price look as weak as they can they need a concerted effort at spreading some doubt and negativity into the market or this great piece of news could really scupper them if it started a buying frenzy! So the word will go round to try and absorb and slow the buying pressure and create the ususal disappointment of many AIM stocks on good news? Then the recent new buyers and some long termers will throw in the towel and they can drop the price and create a little bit more panic! You know what the traders are like they always sell when it's falling they are such easy prey for the superior Market Makers!, and their ego's That's the meetings and conversations I imagine have been happpening in the pubs and restaurants of the city spivs domain They must be really worried that more good news like certification granted or confirmation of the imminent demo day or let's say an early issue of accounts allowing Directors to buy shares, which I am very confident is wanted? Now this would cause a big short squeeze at the city spivs naked short positions a real scramble for stock? Now the negs will all be out in force trying to paint me as a complete fantasist and story teller ! Just watchReply | Recommend | Report
06/6/2017
21:08
jaknife: wally warwick, The agreement was that you would gloat when this made millions in profits. Any good scammer can make the share price rally, just like they ramped the share price in advance of the recent placing! JakNife
05/6/2017
12:36
scrutable: It seems to me that noone in this country has actually seen the previous prototype contraption working and is able to ascribe a % degree of probability that we can expect economic performance on general waste -rather than a burst of gas for a short time from a specific waste source, which is what I suspect we have at the moment from test runs and a short piece of video.. The concept of the system and actual process is very,very attractive and if shown to be capable of working continuously on at least one major source of waste like domestic or hospital or agricultural or industrial could easily immediately multiply value and possibly share price cap, by a factor of ten and warwick will be delirious with joy, and relief. The current share price ,I think, factors in complete failure, so that any probability of success above 20-30% suggests serious undervaluation even now. It's not scepticism (I am invested) but desperation for at least some facts of the kind which must have emerged from previous experiments and test runs. What for example have been the problems arising from the tests? Failure on certain types of waste? Difficulties in maintaining temperature? Meltdown of components? Completeness of combustion at all times? Residue? Enforced discontinuities in production - ie stop-start events? It would be helpful to know of any such hurdles still to be overcome. warwick your investment must br grounded on more than hope and faith
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