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22/6/2017
09:20
Versarien Daily Update: Versarien is listed in the Industrial Engineering sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VRS. The last closing price for Versarien was 18.38p.
Versarien has a 4 week average price of 17.25p and a 12 week average price of 17.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 28p while the 1 year low share price is currently 9.25p.
There are currently 131,330,702 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 162,618 shares. The market capitalisation of Versarien is £24,132,016.49.
15/6/2017
10:24
rogerbridge: VRS have an incredible graphene portfolio but it does take time for new technologies to emerge in products. A comparison. I have another frustrating investment AGL, but by no means anywhere near the size as VRS. The technoliogy is brilliant, everyone know it did what it said on the tin, BUT it had to be proven in trials, not only in the U.K. but also in Europe and the USA. There was further good news today and the share price has moves swiftly up. After three years,I am only just in profit but I feel sure there is much further to go. This is not a plug for AGL, but a reality check for frustrated VRS holders. I am as certain as can be that VRS will be a gold mine for me, BUT even though you know that the technology works, companies will need to be certain that it works on their application. That can require a few tweaks. Personally, I am not looking at the share price on an hourly basis, I belive that it is good investment and will come good, probably quicker than I think.
02/6/2017
17:38
rogerbridge: Yes SG, Epson in particular caught my eye for the ink side. Samsung and others spent a great deal of money on one company and ended up in a blind alley. There are some global companies who would be in touch with the NGI and Nanene has been certified and ready to go. As I have said before, once bitten, twice shy a lot of CTO's have egg on their faces and there will be more than one very unhappy CFO. CTO's will not want to make the same mistake twice, it's too risky for their career, let alone the company that they work for. There will be NDA's and a lot of testing and proving to do, but VRS have the genuine article, Nanene or Inks. Why would any company want to go elsewhere? There have been too many short term investors here and it may be several months before the blue touch paper is lit up. But then, what a beautiful site as VRS share price goes balistic. Well that's what I hope for, we shall see.
17/5/2017
16:51
rogerbridge: Let us not forget, VRS is not a one trick pony, thate are other companies in the group with good prospects, not exciting, but stable and possibly with new offerings out soon. Some companies that are always promising but never delivering have far a higher capitalisation than VRS. I believe Nanene and inks will be in products before too long,but it takes time to test and test again. One good rns could double the share price in a few days, the question I believe is when not if. I am not concerned with short term fluctuations in price, or short term traders bent on trying to manipulate the share price. You are either believe the VRS team or do not bother to invest.
16/5/2017
19:32
superg1: Rhe I was having a conversation about 'investors' on BBs earlier today. Many are not investors but just short term share price chasers. I'm quite happy to do that with some but then I call it trading with little long term interest in the company and rarely post. Equally I know some on here are long term investors and they have build up positions in excess of 250k shares and others over 500k shares. Now with those amount you can more or less be called a potential long term investor as if you tried to offload those on bad news you are not going to get a good price. Then if you had managed to cash in over time on the drift then on good news you may want them back but the same problem exists. So for me when I like something I buy and hold as it's pointless me trying to guess on news and whether stock will be available. Currently it's still over 100% from a few months back and over 40% up since the fund raise. I have thoughts of a much higher share price based on the research and the leads VRS have, so I'll be hanging on for that but have an open target as one good turn could create another. I've watched companies go to ridiculous levels due to be signed up with 1 company and watched one well known AIM soar on the back of a deal with someone VRS are in an NDA with. So if such circs come about then anyone trying to get 250k shares or 500k shares plus is going to struggle and be battling with others looking to land up. Clearly there is enough churn/supply at the moment probably down to profit taking at this time and it may continue for weeks. However if big news come when there is no supply or big news ends such a supply then the share price would take off. When you get good prospects on the back of such news funds come in and sit sucking up all the trader sells. We've all seen it before. That's the gamble, go in when the share price is low while others are fearful, or wait and chase the trend with more security. Someone used Samsung as an example over on III. So if they signed with Samsung or Apple (just using the big names) what then. Is it a case of waiting to see if Apple or Samsung throw in a big order or take a stake in the company. Just throwing the thoughts out there. As mentioned I watched the herd nutters wet their pants as they have heard company A is talking to their Aim company and the BBs go ramptastic. VRS is chatting to 50-100 companies in NDAs many of which are very large companies. They in the main have approached VRS. Who was that company adding something to coke (tomato extract) chatting to coke, claims of factory staff with shares in tears as they were all going to be rich. PXS or something like that. Posters can be absolutely barmy at times, I have many as just seriously problematic gambling addicts and others just plain bonkers. The venom that comes out when greed turns into despair is incredible. Plenty of chat about sorting sales. They are sorting sales and the team has expanded since I last mentioned them. The last thing they need to be doing is to be making a pretty website for PIs to look at. The website doesn't create sales, the product and team do.
11/5/2017
09:46
superg1: Graphene companies For the new arrivals and the odd bit of frustration. Such companies across the board have not caught the interest of investors in general. All seem to have little interest while the market establishes itself. Some will simply swat the word graphene off and laugh. I saw such a guy do that at the investor show. One fund manager did it at an event when the question came up and was quickly corrected by a technical director of where the event was. That's the ignorance of the market. I say the market but it seems to me 99% plus like to just chase what the next thing is with a patience level of a few days or weeks when investment advice is 5 years. So most on the AIM including some here are short term share price chasers. That's why you get churn. Take the BBC grapheme membrane news. A few investors came flying into graphene companies when such technology is 5 to 10 years off, it has no value for some time but in the fullness of time will. SPs took off for some and soon dies down as they exited and still do. EG if some company appeared just for graphene membranes and water desalination then I'm pretty sure it would have an M/C just like the others here, perhaps much higher through hype chasers. They could all go on about Lockheed Martin hyping themselves to death due to Lockheeds's serious interest in that area. IMO it's inevitable that VRS will end up with some deal or deals with the many names that are in NDAs with them. The odd one or two are huge companies that are actively talking about graphene in various applications. One company at least I have as someone that likes to also take a stake or in some way finance such companies. I know that as they have done it with others, and are already doing it with graphene. So I try to switch off from the short term moans and groans about sales. The sales and deals will come in the industry as graphene is wanted in many applications because it improves many aspects. A stalling point for many years has been reliable GNPs and the ability to produce them in quantity and cheaply. VRS can do that, they tick every box. They have the quality they have the proven data and the have the processes to produce it cheaply. A document was posted the recently some have seen it prior. It shows just how seriously some departments are taking graphene but not one comment about the content which means most probably didn't bother to read it. For me putting in some effort is the difference between understanding a sector or business and that considerably helps on deciding to invest or not. With VRS we also have a very frugal, talented, capable team who are not here for lifestyle fraud but to build a solid substantial business. I quite happily sit on information that will not get posted and some which doesn't get shared. I have noted some get lazy expecting me to provide all the info on here. I have said it before you won't get all the info here. EG I said a website was coming and that was the Nanene launch. On that news for some reason investor interest was significant. All they did was give what they had a nameand the share price took off. What then when the ink gets a name and launches? Some guys saw an NDA list, I'm aware of other names on top of that and they are big too. I'm aware of other things because I obsessively dig through information. So I sit waiting for such to become news or not as the case may be. As the market seems to react to articles on companies, there is a fair chance that will happen soon as I'm well aware of one that may be appearing. Like Hastings who knows of one Cambridge way, I don't know when. I'll state which one post it appearing, if it does. But if anyone wants to talk repeat sales then I'd be looking the way of the last announced order as the most likely for the near term. With many unknowns on the long list they are talking too. Little things said here and there even on the Cambridge day often mean very little and don't register with those present. However if you have read things to death the odd comment can have significant meaning and so ticks a box for me. So as I always say DYOR
03/5/2017
17:29
astralvision: SmoothGorillaA fair point in raising cash burn but your figures, as far as I can see, are somewhat out and you have made no allowances for AAC.VRS have raised £1.5m, not £2.5mThey had cash at end interims of £1.5m. Carbide is very likely to have continued to burn cash, as have the graphene and probably the heat sink businesses. AAC should have made a profitable contribution. If we take your figure of £250K cash burn a month, then VRS would end the period with £1.5m. That amount strikes me as reasonable for a business where going forwards AAC will chip in a good amount in its first full year under VRS. Carbide may well get back to break even/profitability. The Graphene businesses will continue to consume cash, but that will be offset by any orders they can achieve.I don't see a problem if they come back to the market for further funds. That may or may not be required, depending on how things pan out, any further acquisitions etc.VRS are a well run company and offer investors exposure to a very exciting opportunity whilst keeping cash burn at a level that is way below other such companies. So I really don't see cash as an issue here, they've got enough and if they came back for more, so what? The share price doubling over the last 6 months means that any such raise would mean little dilution.VRS have a track record of spending cash wisely, so any dilution may well be off-set by improved prospects.In short, you are, imo, barking up the wrong tree.
22/4/2017
08:42
superg1: Why spin BS Well the key people in a company are the CEO and Chair I'd say CFO but he left. The Chair and the CEO have options. The target to trigger the options is an increase in the share price at 25% over the AIM all share index. Chair options about 492,000 shares and a price of 20p CEO 323k shares at 33p. Share price 185p. So they have very handsome options based on getting the share price up.
23/11/2016
12:47
superg1: re Having a competitor in this field, such as Haydale, with only 17.01 million shares in issue and a share price of 180 -185p, compared to VRS with 105.52 shares in issue and a share price of just 11.5p makes me nervous. Haydale have a much stronger investment engine to raise funding to compete via equity release than VRS by an order of nearly 16 to 1 . Given this, I need to know just how much of different market VRS are operating in. ??? They are two different companies. One produces GNPs and the other enables them. VRs do not need an enabler in many end products neother do others. The whole market ism open to VRS,. Haydle being enablers have thei market reduced, but sit well if they remain the goo too compnay for enabling. They however have no security of supply that is obvious on the few layer level and any few layer supplier may get a better deal elsewhere and stop supplying Haydale. I get the funding thing as it's much less dilutive and totally agree but I'm here for the business view not dilition view. I fear dilution less tham others. I see dilution for gain here not to spalsh out on company jollies, bonuses and plush hotels on junk trips. Then another £3 to £5 mill down the drain most in salaries I expect VRS to dilute if they need to cash in on a money making opportunity, EG a material order for GNPs beyond current capacities that may dictate a good business sense. If Hayd come to VRS asking for high quality GNPs, if the price is right then why not? It doesn't necessarily affect them and what they want to do, it would just be a very tightly worded deal and cash in the bank. I'd do take or pay or similar, otherwise they could sod off.
23/11/2016
11:08
ridicule: SG and others. We must all be careful that our gleened knowledge of Graphene and the associated GNPs do not become so influencial that they cloud our observations on business developments in this market. The following is out in print in the public domain and no one from either Haydale or Huntsman have challenged it to my knowledge: "Ray Gibbs, chief executive of Haydale, is confident a deal will soon be signed which could potentially create a recurring revenue stream for the small cap. It could be a big prize as Huntsman is a major resin supplier to the tooling market. Gibbs believes Haydale will be asked to supply a master batch of graphine-enhanced resin. Huntsman will then be responsible for sales and marketing. We believe they want to focus on the automotive industry for the enhanced resin, but they won't tell us until a license deal is signed he says. Gibbs suggests the contract-assuming one is awarded-would involve Haydale buying resin from hHntsman, adding its magic, and then selling the enhanced resin back to the chemicals group. That implies Haydale would need to find a chunk of cash to act as working capital to fund the purchase of the raw material." There are no indications of the quantities involved or the quality/type of the graphene infusion process. Given SGs input it would not seem that it is 'top end', but these people are not stupid and I cannot accept some of the comments here suggesting or infering that they are. I think we should be focusing on why the VRS NOMAD is not achieving the same level of publicity for VRS and ensuring the market understands where VRS sit in relations to competitors such as Haydale. If this was made clear and was as positive as SG believes, the share price would start to move. I for one, as an investor in VRS and not Haydale, would like to see far more clarity on where VRS sit. I hope there will be some clarification in 6 days time when the latest results are declared. Having a competitor in this field, such as Haydale, with only 17.01 million shares in issue and a share price of 180 -185p, compared to VRS with 105.52 shares in issue and a share price of just 11.5p makes me nervous. Haydale have a much stronger investment engine to raise funding to compete via equity release than VRS by an order of nearly 16 to 1 . Given this, I need to know just how much of different market VRS are operating in.
15/10/2016
11:54
superg1: Shavian I'm glad someone else gets it. The big key is the PR. VRS are material geeks trying to run a business and they expect rns news as the way to let the market know. As we know it's only viewed by those following the company which it seems was less than 10. Neill is a material geek and has been in F1 on that side. He and Will are nuts on that side they love it. As you say I think they played an absolute blinder getting 2D tech. Not back door but front door into Manchester Uni graphene and the NGI. Then the Ulster University route how did such a small company get that tech. The answer is they are material geeks and a bit like me they scan the market looking for it. The same goes re copper foam, another scoop via Liverpool university. 6 degrees celcius better than the market on the passive side. A 10c change halves the life of a semi conductor. Do it via added liquid cooling at look whats happens it's something like 10 times the performance. While VS say it in news, first no one is looking and for some they don't understand it either. This was monster news in the industry and as far as I'm aware VRS are the only company that have the capability for high volume very few layer capability. http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/versarien-VRS/share-news/Versarien-PLC-Major-Advance-in-Scalable-Graphene-P/67233303 The resulting graphene has up to 99% carbon and minimal oxygen content, as well as being effectively inert. The graphene also exhibits exceptionally good structure and retains a very high degree of crystallinity ensuring that the risk of contamination is significantly reduced. Graphene performance is dependent not only on the purity, but the number of atomic layers, with a single layer providing optimal performance, allowing the full potential of graphene to be unlocked. Importantly, the 2-DTech production process provides significant amounts of single layer graphene on an industrial scale. I got the news, was happy for the Carbide side to hit the share price and analysts to remain completely clueless as the share price dropped. They did like the presentations though note the share price rise to 26p. That was presentation week. They talked of opportunity then and now they have proved they are right and have commercial capability on heat sinks and GNPs. RGO and GO with an apparent world lead in both graphene products and heat sinks. Not forgetting the plastics too, they must surely have evidence of enhanced performance, if not why acquire AAC and call it the world's first dedicated graphene enhanced plastics factory. All they are missing now is key to short term cash which has many options and telling the market face to face what they have.
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