Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Afc Energy Plc LSE:AFC London Ordinary Share GB00B18S7B29 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  4.00 29.63% 17.50 16.65 17.00 17.90 14.50 14.90 28,819,154 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 0.0 -5.0 -1.1 - 78

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18/11/2019
06:10
http://newsagree.com/global-fuel-cells-market-to-drive-amazing-growth-by-2025-afc-energy-aisin-seiki-co-ltd-ballard-power-systems-inc/
jakecat1
18/11/2019
05:08
. alkaline water electrolysis+Afc Membrane+DeNora=$
howling
17/11/2019
22:39
What price for a sale of the membrane technology then? If it's replacing membranes with $1Bn in annual sales, the price could be mind boggling, it could turn AFC into a hugely valued company overnight. AFC already have enquiries for the sale of it. They could sell it to De Nora and just licence back exclusive use of it in the AFC fuel cells. It would be just like big businesses selling their offices and leasing them back over 25 years, it frees up the cash value of the asset."Commercial enquiries already received for prospective licensing or .... SALE OF ... AlkaMem(TM) membrane technology into non-fuel cell markets, including alkaline water electrolysis."
haggismchaggis
17/11/2019
22:00
Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it Caveat emptor
heathrunner
17/11/2019
21:34
It's only a spike if it goes down again, but it's not going to go down again so it's not a spike. It's a rerating.
haggismchaggis
17/11/2019
21:06
I honestly do not think that it is a spike. Much of the stock has been bought by institutional investors. With respect, I think that they are here for the long term. I expect market cap to at least exceed one hundred million GBP... so still very much an upside from this point. Think that AFC strong enough to maintain from that level too! Good luck all.
jakecat1
17/11/2019
20:04
Thanks guys, I'll probably watch and see what happens next week, it's a massive spike after all and it only takes a bit of a lull to go south pretty quick as there'll be a lot of people wanting to cash in.
phillkay
17/11/2019
19:14
AFC are only going to go one way - UP! $55 Billion Hydrogen Fuel Cells Markets - Global Outlook to 2026 DUBLIN, Sept. 20, 2019 PRNewswire The Global Hydrogen Fuel Cells market accounted for $476.78 million in 2017 and is expected to reach $55,061.4 million by 2026 growing at a CAGR of 69.5% during the forecast period. hTTps://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/55-billion-hydrogen-fuel-cells-markets-global-outlook-to-2026-1028542101 hTTps://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/55-billion-hydrogen-fuel-cells-markets---global-outlook-to-2026-300922484.html ...... Global Fuel Cells Market to Drive Amazing Growth by 2025 | AFC Energy, Aisin Seiki Co. Ltd., Ballard Power Systems Inc. 17/11/2019, 7:32 PM Hiren Sam hTTp://newsagree.com/global-fuel-cells-market-to-drive-amazing-growth-by-2025-afc-energy-aisin-seiki-co-ltd-ballard-power-systems-inc/
new tech
17/11/2019
18:57
100p by Christmas.
city chappy
17/11/2019
18:23
Funny to hear you talk about pennies when it's a company that is going to be worth £tens of billions. Thats if they don't get taken over first . See the bigger picture.
tewkesbury
17/11/2019
17:55
Personally I stick to the facts and don’t ramp or short; simpler and easier that way. Finances over the past 6.5months: Raised: Total 1.88M at 3p and 4.8p. Existing cash at 30th April 2019: 1.9M So effectively £3.8M ex costs, so circa £3.7M 6.5months opex. Previous 6 months there was a 2.1M loss. 3.7M - 2.275M = £1.425 Convertible loan of £4M. Has AFC increased staff over that period? I don’t know. Cash position of £1.425M for a company now worth £80M seems low when encountering other companies in terms of doing business and moving from R&D to early commercialisation. However if the potential clients are not concerned about that then the loan may be sufficient until orders are received or deals completed. Given how fast the share price has risen it would seem a good time to bolster the balance sheet considering the last subscription was at 4.8p.
aja2
17/11/2019
16:47
The last rights issue a few years ago was at 20p. I took a few at that time, so I would hope that any further placings would be at a higher level than that.
vatnabrekk
17/11/2019
16:15
Absolutely. They have plenty of money recently raised and a convertible loan note, so talk of funding is just shorters trying to create doubt and negativity. It might fool some amateurs on here, but it isn't fooling the big city boys that have been loading up with the stock since it passed the 50m MCap. Roll on the 100m MCap while the fools continue to try every trick in the book to get the price to reverse it's upward trend.
haggismchaggis
17/11/2019
15:28
That may be the case if the enquiries turn into deals/partnerships; problem is, I've heard that from several CEOs and they've later had to come cap in hand; hopefully that is not the case for AFC. If they do raise funds it looks like it would be at a much higher level than the last.
aja2
17/11/2019
15:21
aja2 Bond was asked about future placings and dilution of share value and he said there would not be any more placings and if they needed further funding it would come from other sources like the bank but there could be many ways to fund if and when needed but that may not even be necessary now.
robo175
17/11/2019
14:53
No worries; when checking the share price with all companies but especially R&D companies one needs to check the market cap/shares in issue/SP due to the likelihood of raising funds/dilution over time.
aja2
17/11/2019
14:16
Fair enough guys I didn't realise the issue of more shares I apoligise I didn't intend to mislead you not that I could lol
tom111
17/11/2019
12:57
Thanks New Tech re changes, just my thoughts.
robo175
17/11/2019
12:40
AFC's EV Charger: "Large number of commercial enquiries received from Japan, USA, Italy, Australia, Middle East & UK." (AFC Presentation, 30/4/2019)
new tech
17/11/2019
12:13
I've just checked and just post Abramovich investment there were 217M shares in issue. There are currently 447M in issue so just less than half would equate to 29p v 60p back then.
aja2
17/11/2019
12:11
As of April 30th 2012 there were 184,453,762 ordinary shares in issue. As of January 22nd 2019 there were 391,998,205 ordinary shares in issue. As of November 13th 2019 there were 447,987,790 ordinary shares in issue.
skinny
17/11/2019
11:59
However when the share price rose to those levels the shares issued were substantially less; one would have to go back and look at all the share issues; I recall when it went up to 60p was when Abramovich invested a large amount which diluted the shares issued. Thus if the shares issued were half they are now; 30p now would be equivalent to 60p then.
aja2
17/11/2019
11:46
Mmmmmmm ! I beg to differ, but I don't want to get in the way of a good pump.
tenapen
17/11/2019
11:37
Looking at the chart this has spiked twice from 10 to 75p and 10p to 60 so anything is possible its so volatile
tom111
17/11/2019
11:23
All a gamble (sort of)but if you wait for news and all things being equal the news is good you will miss a big big rise bearing in mind the 6th of Dec is looming.On balance theres too much going on here to be out imo.
tom111
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