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
  +0.075p +6.98% 1.15p 1.10p 1.20p 1.275p 1.125p 1.125p 11,362,662 15:18:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -1.3 -0.2 - 13.07

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20/9/2017
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 1.08p.
Powerhouse Ener has a 4 week average price of 0.98p and a 12 week average price of 0.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.78p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.38p.
There are currently 1,136,872,014 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,363,434 shares. The market capitalisation of Powerhouse Ener is £13,074,028.16.
03/9/2017
23:07
mikepotash: I am so pleased that you see this potential in the same way I did when I read it this morning. Is it enough for a few points of anticipation upwards in the PHE share price?
09/8/2017
11:58
deccer1: warwick69 As you have previously disclosed here that you are the large shareholder Paul Warwick (currently around 12%) please can you clarify the following: 1) On 20/7/2016 (Post 3847 copied below) you declared publically, "I'm not selling any under 5p": warwick69 20 Jul '16 - 16:28 - 3847 of 4768 0 0 No shares left under 1p lets hope that the last we see of the low prices Next leg up to 1.25 is underway Company don't need any money MM will not run short any more so at last natural demand will take the price higher I'm not selling any under 5p 2) On 17/7/2017 there was a news announcement declaring you had reduced your holding from 125,474,083 shares to 124,924,083 shares, presumably meaning you sold 550,000 shares which i see from the trades menu and price chart at the time must have been below 1p. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/powerhouse-ener-PHE/share-news/POWERHOUSE-ENERGY-GROUP-PLC-Notification-of-Majo/75250642 3. On 26/5/2017 there was a news announcement declaring your shareholding to be 130,124,799 shares, which seems to have become 125,474,083 shares prior to the subsequent reduction announced in the news release on 17/7/2017 and, presumably meaning you offloaded another 4,650,716 shares at some point between late May 2017 and July 2017, which i see from the trades menu and price chart at the time must have been below 1p. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/powerhouse-ener-PHE/share-news/Powerhouse-Enrgy-Grp-Notification-of-Major-Holding/74735918 So in total I presume you sold 4,650,716 + 550,000 shares = 5,200,716 Questions a) Did you sell around 5.2 million shares or any other amount earlier this year below 1p? b) In selling shares below 1p were you in breach of your previous public declaration on this discussion board (20/7/2016, #3847) that you would not sell any under 5p? c) Does this in your opinion mean your misled the market in any way or should have updated the market on your intentions in any way prior to sale? d) You have previosuly discussed with people here your sale of 550,000 shares announced 17/7/2017 which someone said amounted to about £4000, which you said paid for a "Maserati" car and some "expensive holidays". Why didn't you mention what appears to have been the other prior sale or sales which look like they amounted to around 4.6 million shares? e) Were you selling above while simultaneously posting very positively here and elsewhere? f) Do you post on the L-S-E discussion forum as 'wazzza' ?
03/8/2017
15:09
rossannan: w69Do you believe that the MMs are actually engaged in a multi-year suppression of the PHE share price or that the various posters that you have been arguing are anything other than random skeptics?
03/8/2017
11:30
deccer1: warwick just out of interest would you find anything wrong with me or anyone else posting as below? On 18/1/2017 PHE entered into a consultancy agreement with W2T as follows: 1. PHE will initially pay W2T £20,000 fees per month in shares issued monthly for an initial 24 months, potentially extendable. 2. PHE will split profits with W2T from succcessful projects on a 50% / 50% basis, i.e. 50% of the profits go to W2T. hTTp://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/powerhouse-ener-PHE/share-news/Powerhouse-Enrgy-Grp-Agreement-with-Project-Develo/73635008 In addition, I believe PHE do not have the USA rights, and I believe have given the Australian and New Zeland rights in relation to all uses to Mr Bond's Ore ProPty company, plus the world-wide rights for use with coal gasification. (Sorry, cannot find the link)
29/7/2017
06:08
dolphin158: Ohhcj hit a raw nerve there. Must remember not to mention CTAG. What has happened to UKOG the company being heavily mentioned by you earlier this week as what will happen to PHE's share price? Why no mention in the last two days? Is it due to the share price collapsing just as quick???
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
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