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13/12/2019
09:11
Exit poll fairly accurate, as it's been for now 5 elections in a row.The Pound is well up, as is the majority of the market.This is the point where you have to remember that hundreds of billions in UK investment left the UK since the referendum. But, analysts are already telling clients to reinvest. So hundreds of billions will be coming back into the UK, into stocks and other investments.The next 8 months should be a lot of upside for the stock market. Around then it will depend how the UK is doing in trade talks as to where the market goes, so we've all got at least 8 months to be happy with our investments, reversing a lot of the damage done over the past 3 years.
haggismchaggis
13/12/2019
08:57
dandy, have you not got anything of substance to say?
robo175
13/12/2019
08:41
Blast through the 20p placing price this morning easy
imjustdandy
13/12/2019
08:18
Back to 25p now. Through 20p today easy
imjustdandy
12/12/2019
22:11
Exit poll forecastsA huge conservative majority is forecast, the exit poll has shown.The Conservatives are expected to win 368 seats, and Labour 191. That gives the Tories a majority of 86.That will be the biggest Conservative majority since 1987. And it would be the worst Labour result in modern times.
haggismchaggis
12/12/2019
20:53
Countries like India where the power infrastructure is not as well developed would probably be interested in AFC charging system... hTtps://chargedevs.com/newswire/seven-new-evs-to-be-launched-in-indian-market-in-2020/ 32 New EV's models coming in 2020
beeezzz
12/12/2019
17:50
It seems someone's still playing games with the share price
vatnabrekk
12/12/2019
14:23
Study : Renewables Growth May Close Green Hydrogen Gap by 2030. World's first liquid hydrogen carrier ship launches in Japan.
skinny
12/12/2019
12:33
Do you think the institutional investment fraternity, those with real prowess and deep research capability know less that you Haggis? It’s not as though the world and its mate were unaware of what AFC has been doing for the past 12 years and that their EV Charger was about to be declared a commercial offering. Yet not one pre-order was placed and apart from Shroders there has been no other institutional interest either, has there? You will see to what extent (if any) they are willing to take a chance with this one and at what discount to the prevailing share price, when the cash call is announced in the new year (or sooner).
brimach2
12/12/2019
09:46
It's surprising how many are willing to miss out too. Either too lazy to learn about the products and markets, or trying to be short term traders making one percent here and there, or losing it. History has shown that buying and holding game changing technology stocks long term, pays off much better than short term trading, as the risk of loss in short term trading is much higher.Those willing to miss out now will be the trolls of tomorrow, telling us they "missed out on the rise" and "will wait for it to fall back before they buy", and they'll keep fooling themselves by telling us that, as more good news arrives and it keeps going up and up.
haggismchaggis
12/12/2019
07:43
I think the next 2 months is going to see some great news flow, so it's either get in now at a bargain share price or miss out.
robo175
12/12/2019
07:29
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-12-12/world-s-first-liquid-hydrogen-ship-debuts-in-green-economy-boost
rem108
11/12/2019
21:28
Looks like the Conservatives will win tomorrow although I expect Labour have been busy fiddling postal votes.
city chappy
11/12/2019
21:21
@haggis old chap in 12 years they've never sold a bean and not for want of trying. There's a good reason for that and I don't know what it is but AFC will never reveal it. Why don't you add two or ten zeros to your estimates. They'll be just as accurate then as they are now. If the IP had value they'd have sold some of it by now. The reason they haven't is cos it doesn't.
loglorry1
11/12/2019
19:22
The near term elephant in the room is the membrane technology.A market of $1.2bn and the vast majority of that is outside of AFC's focus (no meaningful amount of membrane alkaline fuel cells are being produced, just a few in laboratories), in the fields mentioned in the broker noteSo, AFC are looking at licencing the technology out for use in those other fields.Equally they have said they've been approached for a possible sale of the technology for use in other fields only.A sale of the membrane into a $1.2bn annual market has to be worth at least £300m, possibly as much as £500m. If that happened, you can easily work out that the market cap of AFC Wwould be at least that much.If they don't sell the membrane in that way and go for several licenses for the different fields, they would be basing the price on earning at least the sale value in the first 5 years, with reasonable uptake of it by those industries.So the broker may not wish to put a valuation on the membrane, but it's definitely the elephant in the room, as talks are already in progress for the sale or licencing of the technology, and AB has stated he wants to make money from it ASAP.
haggismchaggis
11/12/2019
17:14
From a recent broker note, a costing for the early EV Charger 20kW version."£5,000/kW (installed), which is likely to be reduced as larger units are released to the market"A 50kW DC charger with a short distance to a suitable power supply that can handle that level of demand costs about £50k installed, so about £1000 per kW. But the further you go from the power source the more it costs and the more power it consumes due to losses along the cable.When you start talking half a mile away, you're looking the same ball park as AFC for cost of digging up roads and putting in hefty cables. Further away than this and AFC is getting cheaper and cheaper.Further away it could even cost £350k+ for a new substation, and cabling on top of that. At this point AFC is way cheaper.
haggismchaggis
11/12/2019
17:11
The thing is if you shorted lower down your panicking lol
robo175
11/12/2019
16:26
Two news items. I'd say it's worth your while reading both in full."A new academic paper shows that hydrogen made with renewable electricity is cost-competitive with smaller-scale production of hydrogen sourced from natural gas. Within a few years, the researchers say, water electrolysis will have become cheaper than manufacture from fossil fuels across all sizes of hydrogen manufacturing plant, including the very largest."hTTps://www.carboncommentary.com/blog/2019/2/26/making-hydrogen-from-renewables-is-as-cheap-as-making-from-natural-gasAlso mentioned in that report is this news:"Air Liquide has announced the construction of a PEM (proton-exchange membrane) electrolyser with a 20 megawatts (MW) capacity for the production of carbon-free hydrogen."hTTps://www.gasworld.com/air-liquide-to-construct-pem-electrolyser/2016692.article
haggismchaggis
11/12/2019
15:47
@haggismchaggis last time I looked wind turbines produced lovely clean electricity which can be fed directly into a national grid to easily recharge any car that can drive up to it which is btw 99.9999% of them.
loglorry1
11/12/2019
15:46
@arab3 your cunning plan Baldrick relies on it going up from here. Why would anyone pay the sort of valuation here when they have said themselves they've yet, after 12 years, to have a product they can sell?
loglorry1
11/12/2019
15:24
Something for the future which may well inspire more renewable energy suppliers to create Green Hydrogen now.Denmark is pursuing plans to build one or more artificial islands surrounded by offshore wind turbines with a capacity of 10 gigawatts, capable of supplying up to 10 million households, the climate and energy ministry has said.The country, which produced 41% of its energy from wind power in 2018, the highest level in Europe, last week passed an ambitious climate act which commits it to cut greenhouse gas emissions to 70% of 1990 levels by 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, with new, legally binding targets every five years from 2020.The capacity of the new park, to be financed mainly by the private sector at a total cost of 200bn-300bn Danish kroner (£22.5bn-33.8bn), would be five times higher than Denmark's current wind power output, the climate and energy minister Dan Jørgensen said."If we are to realise the the enormous potential of offshore wind, new technologies will have to be developed to convert green power into fuel for aircraft, ships and industry," Jørgensen added.The ministry has allocated 65m kroner from its 2020 budget to research into storing and converting the energy coming into the new wind park to renewable hydrogen, since the power it generates will not all be used by Denmark's 6 million inhabitants.hTTps://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/dec/11/denmark-plans-to-power-10m-homes-with-new-wind-farm-islands
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