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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Adm Energy Plc LSE:ADME London Ordinary Share GB00BJFDXW97 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.65 0.60 0.70 0.65 0.65 0.65 80,431 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1.8 -2.5 -1.6 - 2

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/2/2022
08:58
3 shares sold. Looks like range and the crew are bailing out :-)
terminator101
12/2/2022
12:34
Ibansmxcp isThe biggesT pump&DumpCnT
andymunchkin
11/2/2022
16:55
It's rubbish this
festario
11/2/2022
15:13
And you Sir. We're dealing with the AIM here not a FTSE 100 company. An AIM shell that has no business at all moves up and down on just pure investor sentiment. ADME is a Nigerian oil company. A barrel of oil today is valued at $92.00 heading for $100.

Anything can happen in this energy crisis.

pwhite73
11/2/2022
15:00
lol, very funny, we can’t even agree
that we disagree. have a good weekend!

spikeyj
11/2/2022
14:05
Spikej - "simply that you & i disagree about ADME’s prospects"

No we don't. You are focussing on ADME's prospects I'm focussing on ADME's perceived prospects for that is what entices mug punters to part with their money and the share price to rise. Now perceived prospects can come about by a number of ways including interpretation of court judgements or lies in an RNS (not for one moment suggesting its the case here).


If they recapitalise for a placing then its time to move on.

pwhite73
11/2/2022
12:14
no, i don’t think i do misunderstand, simply that you
& i disagree about ADME’s prospects, i.e which path
it will be able to follow leaving the crossroads…

(you say crossroads, i say potentially fatal funding crunch.)

Edit: my short-term guess is a medium sized placing at a significantly
lower effective share price with warrants attached, but conditional on
a capital re-organisation, to kick can down road for another 4-6 months.

spikeyj
11/2/2022
12:02
Spikeyj - "i think there’s a limit to how many times people will fall for it, & i think things are now very close to that limit."

You misunderstand how it works. Every drop in value brings in a new class of bottom fishing punter. There are those that won't touch a stock until there is a decimal point before the first number and there are those that won't touch a stock until there is a decimal point and a zero before the first number.

As I keep repeating ADME is at a crossroads because it cannot raise below the nominal value without a recapitalisation. That's why volumes are so thin. Very shortly something has to give and determine the direction of the share price. The directors recently raised £561k but it hasn't come from PI shareholders for sure.

pwhite73
11/2/2022
11:51
T101 - All of the above is done in virtually all AIM stocks. That's technically what the AIM is for. To exchange your hard earned for jam tomorrow stories whilst the directors live the life. The trick in AIM investing is to be able to park the obvious to one side and look beyond.
pwhite73
11/2/2022
11:47
PW, i think i do understand what you are hoping for. and for sure, it’s not
impossible, ADME has got away with promising gold at the end of the rainbow
a number of times. but perhaps where we differ? -> i think there’s a limit to
how many times people will fall for it, & i think things are now very close to
that limit. & if they can’t just sucker more pis into handing them more cash,
the financial realities here are grim and will just take this company under.

ADME has no substance, imo, just smoke & mirrors, & most can see that by now.

spikeyj
11/2/2022
11:32
Spikeyj - "i disagree, PW. potential investors really *should* be interested in
the cashburn, costs, liabilities, likely future expenditure etc."

Yes but no. This is the AIM, investors are as interested in the fundamentals as punters are in the odds of winning the Euro Millions.

No AIM share price ever rises because of low director wages, low cash burn, low costs and zero liabilities. The share price rises solely because something nice has happened or more often the directors have promised something nice is about to happen.

Now if you want to talk ADME let's talk real ADME.

pwhite73
11/2/2022
10:14
It may have escaped your attention but directors don't work for nothing. At this stage the value in this stock is not linked to director wages but what's happening or isn't happening on the exploration and licenses front. The 1st March 2022 is a key date here.
pwhite73
11/2/2022
08:47
all cash removed from the company by the BoD in pay /perks /‘expensesR17; is still
value that is being taken away from pis, because it continues to diminish the total value of each share in the company. that’s just blindingly obvious.

spikeyj
11/2/2022
08:17
Terminator101 - "Why do you say not from PIs?"

I say not from PIs from the time the share price dropped below the nominal value of 1p. Yes I do accept that PIs have been funding this POS since 1066 but no new shares can be issued below the nominal value of 1p that's why the last cash raise had to take place at 1.11p which was higher than the existing share price.

pwhite73
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