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Active Energy LSE:AEG London Ordinary Share GB00B1YMN108 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.025p -2.50% 0.975p 6,615,192 14:58:34
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.95p 1.00p 1.00p 0.975p 1.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment -6.14 -1.32 10.1

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Active Energy Daily Update: Active Energy is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AEG. The last closing price for Active Energy was 1p.
Active Energy has a 4 week average price of 0.90p and a 12 week average price of 0.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.15p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.90p.
There are currently 1,036,906,951 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,399,511 shares. The market capitalisation of Active Energy is £10,109,842.77.
christopher3: Turnover is averaging 4.54m a day ( last 3 months ) so with the next RNS hopefully being positive about turnover the share price will rise.
garth: For what it's worth, my opinion is that having mismanaged the process with permits, resulting directly in the drop in share price the directors should be ashamed of themselves for taking shares at 1p at the further dilution of existing shareholders. A modicum of integrity would resulted in being seen to take responsibility by paying at least 1.65p and preferably above 2p. Had they done so they would have quickly been back in the money on those shares.That all said, permits signed and a bit of working capital to get the plant moved from Utah.G.
jailbird: I am a little baffled here Can you can help me ?Cash resources are being used upWhere are the revenues going to come from ?They had a plant constructed but that is now being moved to another location ?How will the Co fund these plants ?Dilution will just erode any share price appreciation
1xtrader: If you read the Interims carefully it says convertible loans to hit market on 01 October and if you look at the share price sense them the price has fallen heavy.
rmart: genierub, slight correction. company misleads market by announcing permits issued. company share price went up to 2p. minitry says no permits issued company share price drops to 0.9p company misleads market AGAIN by saying they have all the paperwork and call news article false. company share price recovers to 1.2p company suspends share from market 1 hour later ! Pending clarification ! We are waiting for clarification on whether they have the permits or not. They know the answer to that now but they are not telling anyone. The FCA need to fine them for this. And all misled buyers should be refunded by the company. IMO.
genierub: Everyone hates my views. Its simple you numbnuts and that guy THELIX on LSE is crying right now. Here is the formula explained - Company released RNS and said Permit has been signed - Company share price went up to over 2p - Ministry of fisheries said there are no permits that he has signed - Company share price fell to close to 1p LOSS OF ALMOST 100% - Ministry guy says, I was speaking to president and there is little confusion - Ministry guy says the public confusion will not have impact on negotiations IF THE PERMITS ARE OFFICIALLY GRANTED WHILST IN SUSPENSION AND THE SUSPENSION IS LIFTED CLEARING THE CONFUSION THEN THE 100% DROP IN SHARE PRICE IS GOING TO GO 100% UP AT THE VERY LEAST. Make sense people? Burn shorters Burn. Lets go AEG
isa2020: AEGplc raised about £11mI believe it's about s couple of million in value CLNs left.Already factor into share price and accounts I hope
isa2020: Hi Basem1I really wouldn't worry about Warren's,Options are set at 4.5p and 8.xp for directors and staff - the company has around 17 patents - for its CoalSwitch product which in itself is a pellet game changer.I would use any drop near 4p to top up, we don't when the RNS is going to land which is going to confirm the Company's position to about 3rd largest forestry manager in the world - which will make the share price jump most likely to double figures, the 6 month report to June 2018 (should be out autumn) will have the figures and numbers of what's being sold at present #CoalSwitch and #PeatSwitch #Superfuel and more importantly profit margin.I personally expect 12 months to December 2017 to be negative, and will use any drops to top up,There's a very large possibility that the shareprice will hit 30p plus by autumn, and once the Asia plants come on stream, we'll be hitting 50p next 24 months.The company is for investors not for short term trades.DYOR - check out RNS from early 2016
garth: I think the comments of Christoukid are understandable. Having been here four years I have been a bit fed up with things seemingly moving forwards, only to stall. I have been here before with a number of companies I have invested in. It often takes much longer than you think. But then I bought GHH at 67.5p, Some CRPR at just over 26p. REALLY REALLY wish I had held on to more of them for longer - being patient, trusting my instinct. I believe that if AEG get it right and can secure the licences to the assets then DrM is also not far out in terms of the potential here. That is why even after 4 years, even carrying great empathy with Christoukid's comments, this is one of my largest holdings and one that I have continued to add to on the dips. Investing is about risk vs reward, downside vs upside multiples. I reckon this is has a better than evens chance of making it and if it makes it it will be multiples of the current price. That makes it a no-brainer for me personally, but people need to invest time in their own research. I looked at Labrador and was initially concerned about access based on what I could find on line. My understanding is that dock developments are being made that remove my concerns. Research... If you load up the 5 year chart and track the 2014 pre-spike trend in the share price, extrapolating that to the present you will find my short term target. That trend was tracking the developments at that time. Issued share capital has increased in the intervening period, but progress has continued and the number of developments has increased. In my view, and it is just a view, they have kept broadly in step. The share price was stuck in the 2p-3p range on the disappointment and fear that is expressed by Christoukid - I know, I felt it myself. But that range priced in too much fear, IMO. This business is good for isolated communities and good for the environment - which also disproportionately impacts remote and disadvantaged communities. I am happy to be invested it. I think it will catch fire. I am going to stay in it even if it takes a while - because I think it is worthwhile. G.
juleshoddy: mac, He's always been like this. I've been in AEG for over 3 years, mainly due to the Alberta deal announcement, which happened then was immediately redacted. The share priced spiked to 12 on this deal. Unfortunately only to drop ever since. This is unfortunate for LTH's, but I feel Richard and his team learnt a lot from the initial deal and they have done far more diligence with their next, much larger, Newfoundland and Labrador deal. Then we have Coal switch which has been a relatively new interest for AEG, maybe 2 years plus? This technology, if proved successful, will be a massive game changer for AEG, as well as, biomass industry around the world. I think Richard and team know this and don't want to mess up this huge opportunity. Saying that, Richard has never been one to hold back on his enthusiasm and excitement in his work and travels. You only need to follow his twitter account to see that. I don't think he can stop himself posting his excitement for proceedings sometimes, which may of got him in trouble with the BOD before?....that's just my supposition though. As for Richard himself, I'd say he's a genuine, stand up guy that has am honest interest in everything and everyone he deals with, be it, locals and their welfare, Forestry, ecology and the environment, to businesses partners and investors. he seems to advocate balanced and mutually beneficial partnerships with everyone he does business with. He has also put a lot of his own cash into this company which gives me confidence in him. There's plenty of AIM directors out there who never put there hand in the pocket! OK, things are not where I'd like them to be, but I still have faith in Richard and team to come good. The N&L deal, CS and the possibility of the old Alberta still being worked on will get the share price rocketing. Good luck to everyone. Here's hoping 2018 is really transformational for this company! This is all IMHO.
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