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10/12/2019
21:24
@Brimach210 good post but I don't think AFC have a product which is commercially viable so talk of raising money to scale is fanciful. Adam Bond pays himself close to £1m a year. The raises each year keep them all in a wonderful lifestyle. Is there much more to it anyway?
loglorry1
10/12/2019
21:21
As stated on one of the slides, ZERO has been taken from the £4m drawdown facility, FACT.
haggismchaggis
10/12/2019
21:17
Your just repeating the same old dribble without any foundation. Filtered.
dolores123
10/12/2019
21:05
Delores....£4 million won’t look at it. Think more like 15 to 20 million in first placing followed by another 50 to 70 million in the next, both before the end of next year. That is the sort of dilution you need to consider. As an example of the sort of cash AFC may need to grow into its markets…Ceres, having raised £19 million previously raised a further £77 million last year (both from Placings ) to fund its business plan and current investment programme because even after 16 years and lots of previous cash investment into the business its current manufacturing capacity was still small. It has recently invested £8 million in a new manufacturing plant in Redhill which will come on stream in January (2020), this will give Ceres a 2MW capability to manufacture 200,000 cells –expandable to 10MW (one million cells) if needed…. just a tad ahead of AFC then? In comparison, readers should note that Ceres has already a well established and developed network of high profile partners in Germany, China, Japan and Korea, such as Bosch and Weichai Power, (a major Chinese automotive and equipment manufacturer with a market cap in excess of US$10 billion) and the Miura Co., and Japan’s, Doosan, a world leader in the fuel cell industry. Accepted that AFC also have a link with Doosan. As said earlier, even though Ceres are loss making, they are miles ahead of AFC today. The stark fact is that AFC Energy has a long road to travel and I firmly believe that it will still not be making a profit five years+ from now. So when people on this bulletin board start gabbing on about AFC/De Nora going to produce/manufacture/sell Megawatt+ systems in no time flat now that they have a commercial product etc, and we will all be millionaires soon, you really do need to re-join the real world. Readers/investors here need to ask themselves, what production capability has AFC/De Nora got right now? Realistically, what order revenue can you expect from such a limited capacity? How much cash needs to be injected into AFC to grow this business? Where will the cash come from? How will it be raised, Placing(s) Rights Issue(s), debt? When may we expect the first Call? How many Calls might be needed in the years ahead? How much dilution will come with each Call? What is a realistic timeline to breakeven/profit. There are zero fundamentals to analyse with this company. All of these things will impact on the share price going forward. So, what is it that justifies AFC’s current inflated share price in the face of the above and a pending Cash Call that will dilute all existing shareholders? You may as well place a bet on a long shot with William Hill. Bmac
brimach2
10/12/2019
20:41
Brimach. The company has a 4million draw down facility as well as the recent 500000 cash for new orders. So your speculation is just that and is unfounded.
dolores123
10/12/2019
20:13
Can amy of the bulls answer the simple question why buy a complicated, expensive, carbon producing, EV charging system rather than one that just works from the grid like all the others?
loglorry1
10/12/2019
20:07
Funding at 10p?
letmepass
10/12/2019
19:29
Heed what Brimarch has just told us in his post 10674, and I quote: "the share price is a bargain, it’s oversold, the gap is closing, the company has massive potential, world markets await, it will shoot up on the next RNS or on receipt of the first order"
vatnabrekk
10/12/2019
19:02
Delayed reported deal of £148,000 10-Dec-19 12:10:23 14.852 1,000,000. . Buy or sell ?
howling
10/12/2019
15:59
Gap closed, upswing continues
smith99
10/12/2019
15:50
Holy grail disruptive technology😊
tuggyboy
10/12/2019
15:38
Where did all these de-rampers suddenly sprout from?
vatnabrekk
10/12/2019
14:55
I'll be totally transparent as I was hoping for 15p and totally forgot about it. Could this hit 10p or lower again........now that would be a great Chrimbo pressie!
k1ngkonggb
10/12/2019
14:48
Best volume we've seen for a week or so.. hmmm..
badger010776
10/12/2019
14:28
Scoble2. I don't know what price you bought at but to sell because you see the share price falling based on nothing, no changes, just manipulation. You have now liquidated the loss. Please don't tell me you sold at 12p.
rogerramjett
10/12/2019
14:26
Loglorry1. I hope you get your fingers burnt. LTH understand the technology and its value. Your pathetic posts have cost some less experienced investors lots of money. You are no more than scum the way you try an manipulate others by using scare tactics and lies.
rogerramjett
10/12/2019
14:24
Adam Bond joined the board in 2012 :- Director change.
skinny
10/12/2019
14:20
I still believe AFC have something so for no interest from big boys. So for it is uneconomic. I am a small investor loss is getting bigger so I am out.
scoble2
10/12/2019
14:20
Adam Bond hasn’t been CEO for that long; December 2014 appointed CEO, non exec since 2012. Ian Williamson before that. £1M/year - where did you source that info from? That sounds implausible.
aja2
10/12/2019
14:14
Ruining UK smaller companies with your uncontrollable greed. I think we can blame AFC CEO Adam Bond for that. He's paid himself almost £1m a year and delivered nothing for over 10 years. He seems absolutely clueless about the technology (he's a lawyer by trade I think) which is why he's been promoting this silly EV charging idea. He knows how to raise money though and I think he'll be raising soon.
loglorry1
10/12/2019
14:13
indeed. more for me too.
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