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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Advance Energy Plc LSE:ADV London Ordinary Share IM00BKSCP798 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.005 -4.35% 0.11 0.10 0.12 0.115 0.11 0.12 5,000,491 08:20:40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -2.1 -1.1 - 1

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/6/2022
09:50
Haven't posted here since the aftermath of the drill. The share price had fallen to 0.25p and there were many traders trying to get the mug punter involved for the "inevitable bounce". Many were averaging down at that price as well. Today the share price is one half of that amount. The second phase of losses after the drill must be doubly painfull. Well done sweet karolina2 for continuing to warn the naive. Be careful.
helpfull
03/6/2022
12:08
For all the reasons given above this is NOT a high risk high reward speculative punt. The high risk is there but the high reward is an illusion made up by people who don't understand the mechanics of what is just a business transaction and the commercial logic behind it. I make 2 falsifiable predictions: If there is a transaction at all (not guaranteed there will be one) it will be structured as an RTO. The RTO and accompanying placing price will be significantly less that current share price (0.15p) I love this uber dog because it always proves me right. Punt away mug punters, when it proves me right yet again I will be here to say I told you so.
sweet karolina2
01/6/2022
15:20
Everyone understands that this is a speculative punt so no need to be continously lectured by the samaritan
the chairman elect
01/6/2022
12:10
It depends on how you define deramping. I define it as using facts and analysis of reality to debunk the falsehoods put out by the company and its faithful morons / those who should / do know better, but elect to mislead the naive for their own ends. I agree the BoD have been most helpful in this regard, but it is clear there is still a very real need here. The idea that someone would be paid to do it is just part of the ramper inspired moron fantasy they use to dismiss reality when it is put in their faces. At least I have the answer to my question: "I wonder if he will have the courage to admit he got it all wrong and apologise or more likely he will just run away and hide"
sweet karolina2
30/5/2022
20:32
U got any stocks guru ?
amaretto1
30/5/2022
18:49
What stocks u invested in Guru ?
amaretto1
30/5/2022
18:07
Provide proof that an England and Wales company can reverse into a SHELL and use historic losses as credits - it would say that in the guide I posted if they could so prove me and the guide wrong if you can and admit that this is irrelevant to ADV as it is an IOM company so why post about it on the ADV board? The risks are obvious but the reward is purely imaginary. A decent oil and gas asset won't pay much for the shell. Admit that now ADV is a rule 15 company it is REQUIRED to do an RTO and that is its only option, or are you trying to claim that the rules will be waived for ADV if so explain why. I am just pointing out the obvious flaws in the investment case and in your arguments, which you cannot rebut with facts so you try to accuse me of being something you have absolutely no evidence to support, because you are wrong. Just as I have clearly demonstrated with facts and links to authoritative sources you are wrong about just about everything to do with ADV. You may believe that the BoD that brought shareholders the B10 disaster (95% COS of oil in the attic, shame we missed the attic, whilst taking all the financial risk for 50% of the reward!) will find a really great new puppy (as opposed to another clapped out old dog) and convince it not to worry about the fleas. In the unlikely event this does happen, they still won't be paying much for the shell (good, well run companies do not over pay for things) and when you know what the puppy is (you won't know until after suspension) you can always contact the broker (they will most likely want you to become a client, which is easy enough) and take part in the placing. DYOR and punt all you like, just don't expect to be able to go unchallenged when you mislead the mug punting morons for your own benefit by telling them what you think they want to hear.
sweet karolina2
30/5/2022
17:05
Anyway you carry on with your so obvious de-ramping PAID 4 TROLLING posts For me I will post when I fancy it here and there as I have got LSE:ADV on me watch list as a speculative punt in the cash shell sector
the chairman elect
30/5/2022
17:02
Ooh and by the way how's lover boy Tim?
the chairman elect
30/5/2022
16:59
Was not talking about a IOM company but a England & Wales company Also not trying to get anyone to invest here as it is clearly now a high risk potentially high reward punt A cash shell in the oil & gas space that could potentially acquire a decent oil & gas producing asset or RTO with another [currently] private company
the chairman elect
30/5/2022
16:53
Is our run around ramper too busy running around ramping other stocks or is he just scared to face up to his ignorance and arrogance? The Chairman Elect27 May '22 - 08:21 - 2636 of 2684 0 3 1 Absolute rubbish as per usual. AIM listed shell's currently have a value of at least 500k and perhaps as much £1m plus cash It all depends on how much cash the shell has - it most definitely is worth paying a premium for cash already there, as it costs a lot to raise it and there is a risk the raise will fall short. ADV has minimal cash now and will have none after more PLC costs and readmission costs. The Chairman Elect28 May '22 - 07:30 - 2658 of 2684 0 2 1 More rubbish above and previous posts. RTO is the 2nd option after injection of new oil & gas assets. No an RTO is required by AIM rules - it is very clear in the RNS. Yes they may do an O&G transaction but it will now have to be done as an RTO (the debt and vendor finance bit was always BS anyway) AIM is it as standard list now requires a minimum MKT CAP of £30M Standard list (and Premium list for that matter) is £700k you are thinking of the high growth segment which is £30m Tax losses can be c/f against businesses in the same sector so new oil & gas assets would most likely work. Irrelevant for and IoM company that pays no tax. Please provide a link to an authoritative source which explicitly and specifically states that a UK company RTOing into a SHELL that has no assets other than cash can use the shell's historic losses as future credits - I don't believe they can but I can't prove a negative you should be able to prove a positive. You need to be more fact based and balanced in your posting plus less opinionated.... Are you really as ignorant and arrogant as you seem or do you just lie to suck in mug punters for your own benefit?
sweet karolina2
30/5/2022
11:51
I do love it when an uber dog proves me right. Back to being a dirty (very little) cash shell. Will anyone put their beloved puppy into a flea ridden shell like ADV or will it be like PPG (another one which proved me right, but still managed to suck in a load of mug punters before it suspended). There are a lot of fees for the advisers in an RTO and the BoD will get opportunities to line their pockets out of it too so, at this stage, it is odds on that something will get RTOed in. However there is a significant risk, which will grow over time, that nothing will happen and the shares will go to 0p - it does not matter what your average was, when it goes to 0p you lose 100%. Make you own judgement on the odds -mine is currently 70/30 in favour of an RTO happening. What is the value of the dirty cash shell? - you only find out what is going to be paid well after the share has suspended, so if you don't like it - tough your only other option is to get enough shareholders together to block the transaction at the GM and that will result in 0p as there won't be enough time left to do something else. The company reversing in knows it holds all the aces and a gun to the BoD's head so won't be looking to pay any more than it needs to (they have their own shareholders' interests to look after and won't give a monkey's about ADV holders). hTTps://www.hbcg.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/The-2019-Cash-Shell-Guide.pdf "The key benefits of cash shells: • There is a transparent amount of cash already in the shell ready to invest in the right target company [Yes at the point of RTO the "target" will know exactly how little there is] • When compared with a conventional IPO, the cash is already in the shell meaning the success of the transaction does not rely on attracting new investors to support a fundraising [not true in ADV case, the money left will not cover all the costs of the RTO. There will not be anything left over and it will all need to be raised in the accompanying placing] • A reverse transaction into an existing cash shell MAY be quicker, and therefore a less costly method of achieving an admission to a stock market and, at the same time, accessing cash to grow a business [cost and time difference between AIM IPO and AIM RTO are minimal, indeed it can be worse with RTO due to problems in the dirty shell - cf New World Oil and Gas (NEW) as an example] Legacy cash shells (Dirty shells) Legacy cash shells are listed entities that have disposed of their trading business. What remains is cash in its bank and perhaps one or more directors. Because of this many are referred to as ‘dirty shells’. However, this does not necessarily mean that they are unsuitable for consideration. Because these shells have had a past trading history, it’s important to understand what has happened to the company, why it became a shell, and what, if any, liabilities your company will inherit if a reverse transaction is undertaken. It’s important to use the services of a specialist to investigate the shell company and also to undertake satisfactory levels of due diligence [which take time and cost money] to establish the extent of potential liabilities which may include: • Contractual obligations with suppliers • The debts to previous customers • Agreements with banks and other lenders • Ongoing contracts with existing customers • Employee contracts • Potential tax liabilities [how many skeletons from all the previous failed management could there be to come back and haunt the new business?] Legacy cash shell companies may have an existing shareholder base that has been built over a number of years. That does not necessarily follow that shareholders in the shell company will be prepared to remain investors in the new company following the reverse transaction." There are some who believe (or at least want others to believe) that the historic losses this uber dog has made over its tragic history have value as future tax credits. I don't believe that is the case for UK registered companies being used as shells, however the debate is irrelevant as ADV is incorporated and registered in the Isle of Man under Company Number 010493V and therefore does not pay corporation tax anyway. So with Net Current Assets currently around the £600k mark (about half of current market cap, but we won't get a better figure for months until full year results to 30 Apr are released) and diminishing daily due to ongoing PLC costs (including directors' fees) that is about enough to do all the readmission paperwork and cover a few more months of PLC costs. There will be no net cash for the new company to use - that will all have to come from the placing - so what is the point of doing an RTO Vs an IPO? Very little and that is why very little will be paid for the shell. Some may believe that the BoD that brought them the B10 disaster (95% COS of oil in the attic, shame we missed the attic, whilst taking all the financial risk for 50% of the reward!) will find a really great new puppy (as opposed to another clapped out old dog) and convince it not to worry about the fleas. In the unlikely event this does happen, they still won't be paying much for the shell (good, well run companies do not over pay for things) and when you know what the puppy is (you won't know until after suspension) you can always contact the broker (they will most likely want you to become a client, which is easy enough) and take part in the placing. In short the share price will drift down in the run up to suspension as the risk of 0p grows and the small amount of cash dwindles. Suspension will definitely occur, either on announcement of heads of terms for an RTO or on 27 Nov 22. At this point you are trapped. There will almost certainly be some pump and dump attempts along the way which might present a better selling opportunity - definitely don't buy just remember what happened when Dave Whitby started ramping about CEB doing RTOs (those that bought at 1.2p and held ever since have lost 99.98% of their money (500 to 1 consolidations since)). DYOR, make your own investing decisions because you are the only person responsible for whatever outcome you get from them.
sweet karolina2
30/5/2022
10:06
What stocks u invested in guru ?
amaretto1
30/5/2022
08:21
Yes well known PAID DE-RAMPER
the chairman elect
30/5/2022
07:42
Which stocks u in ? Like i thought ....10 pence a post for who ?
amaretto1
30/5/2022
06:58
DYOR MUG PUN TER
sweet karolina2
29/5/2022
21:00
Which stocks are those guru ?
amaretto1
29/5/2022
19:26
No scams or uber dogs, just companies with honest and competent management that deliver on their promises - not many of those at the bottom end of AIM! Finding them involves this thing called research, which involves a level of literacy, numeracy and critical thinking which are all clearly beyond you.
sweet karolina2
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