Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Arsenal Hldgs Ord GBP1 NEX:AFC NEX Common Stock GB0030895238
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21/1/2020
08:17
Back above 20p they're playing with the share price mopping up frightened investors shares
jimmynan
21/1/2020
08:16
Why would you buy back into a share that you keep harping on about 'has no sales' . Without doubt you are a troll or daytrader, probably both to be fair LOL
jimmynan
21/1/2020
08:15
There's no way this should drop 8% on 400k traded. MM's walked it down yesterday and now they are blatantly moving the price on minimal volume. Bunch of con men!!
haggismchaggis
21/1/2020
08:07
I will buy again when it gets to @ 17.5p-18p It will drop back to the cash call price by the end of this week. IMHO.
fqr714bhp
21/1/2020
07:48
Why are you here, you sold out, anyway anyone with half a brain knew they would need to raise but they had many options and we said this, its is the best outcome for all, you can't sell your products without any cash in the bank, grow up you haven't got a clue.
robo175
21/1/2020
07:14
The 2019 Fuel Cell Industry Review part 1.
skinny
21/1/2020
03:12
So NO orders for the smaller units, NOT a GREAT sign for things to come.
fqr714bhp
20/1/2020
18:05
"...the Company has commenced conversations with several prospective customers, including fleet operators, Councils and retailers."So it's pretty obvious that some of the buyers have told AFC they WANT or NEED the bigger units, and AFC have responded by saying they will fast-track those bigger units.
haggismchaggis
20/1/2020
18:04
"...the Company has commenced conversations with several prospective customers, including fleet operators, Councils and retailers."So it's pretty obvious that some of the buyers have told AFC they WANT or NEED the bigger units, and AFC have responded by saying they will fast-track those bigger units.
haggismchaggis
20/1/2020
16:40
Absolutely, that's my take on it.
robo175
20/1/2020
15:55
reckon they must have been told there would be interest in larger units
gemlotte55
20/1/2020
15:47
Hydrogen Council: Hydrogen Cost to fall Sharply and Sooner then expected.
skinny
20/1/2020
12:57
1 milliom raised to pay for the larger Units?? What happened to the orders for the small units??? What was the point to raise £1 million for the larger units when we can't even sell the basic smaller units?? Does not make sense at all. Did AFC not get any orders for the small units??? Please some one enlighten me on this point.
fqr714bhp
20/1/2020
12:35
Also interesting to see some other details of the companies listed by haggis above: CWR Accounts June 19: Revenue 15.3M, Pre-Tax Loss (7.4)M. MCAP today 554M ITM Accounts April 19: Revenue 4.6M, Pre-Tax Loss (9.3)M. MCAP today 566M PPS Accounts Dec. 18: Revenue 0.8M, Pre-Tax Loss (29.5)M. MCAP today 217M AFC Accounts Oct. 18: Revenue 0.4M, Pre-Tax Loss (5.0)M. MCAP today 91M All of these companies are making losses so far, so the high MCAPs must be in anticipation of future expansion and profits. To sustain a MCAP of £500M at a PE ratio of 50 would require a Pre-Tax Profit of £10M in perhaps one or two years from now. Just an observation, nothing more.
vatnabrekk
20/1/2020
11:24
LOL! They're going to build a demonstration unit!!!!! No sales agreed, massive cash burn. Fat pig directors with their snouts in the trough that need their salary, bonus, expenses and other rewards for failure. But they're building another demonstration unit and this one is bigger so you can see that the jam jar will be bigger!
jaknife
20/1/2020
11:19
All the usual trolls out you are so predictable.
robo175
20/1/2020
11:16
Would you like to buy some magic beans :-)
smith99
20/1/2020
10:56
Peer comparison update.AFC good news today, down 6.9%, now at 93.28mCWR no news today, up 10.1%, now at 566.53mITM no news today, down 2.5%, now at 471mPPS no news today, up 19.6%, now at 224.12mTo catch up, AFC would have to rise by:CWR 507%ITM 406%PPS 141%
haggismchaggis
20/1/2020
10:52
Dilution to keep the directors salaries coming in. Very disappointing
smith99
20/1/2020
10:16
Gone very quiet here now
juju44
20/1/2020
09:37
Clearly the HNW shareholder with £1m to throw in the pot, knows far more about the value of that investment than the dimwit scum shorters on here.Orders are not far away, and everyone knows it, even the dimwits.
haggismchaggis
20/1/2020
09:28
Rock Star, re your 11,017: "Depends whether the fund is a long term investor or short term. Good news for existing shareholders." The way that this particular skanky fund raise works is that: 1. AFC put out lots of ramptastic PR content in order to sucker in as many retail investors as possible. 2. The offshore fund goes short selling into that retail buying but doing so carefully so as to not depress the price. 3. As soon as the fund has sold a decent amount it subscribes at the headline price for share directly from aFC in order to close off its short position. 4. The fund charges a fee of c. 10 to 15% so what retail have paid 20p (say) to buy in the market has resulted in a net c. 15p of cash going into the company (17p less the fee). So no, the offshore fund isn't a "long term investor", it was never long the shares to even begin with! JakNife
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