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
  8.10 46.29% 25.60 25.00 25.90 25.80 17.25 17.50 34,233,609 16:35:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 0.0 -5.0 -1.1 - 115

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18/11/2019
16:54
You value it the same as all small cap technology companies, on the IP and with a peer comparison. AFC are entering multi billion pound markets. Even 5% market penetration in the first few years would make AFC a billion pound company.
haggismchaggis
18/11/2019
16:52
De Nora turnover in 2016 was 431m Euro's, so definitely the possibility to double or treble that, or more. The membrane alone just for Chlor alkali could make their turnover much higher.
haggismchaggis
18/11/2019
16:51
haggis, and PPS have a £155m mcap based on just £800k sales revenue last year. Think what AFC will be based on £billions, with its class leading and cheapest technology.
tewkesbury
18/11/2019
16:50
Perhaps but a £1 by Christmas sounds quite feasible and 40p plus by Friday would be quite something. The potential is enormous here but how do you value it exactly? It's a tricky one. I see no reason why the share price should pullback significantly from here but the herd mentality of PI's could determine that. Good luck to all.
joemillion
18/11/2019
16:50
Was that the tea lady Bratworst ?
al h
18/11/2019
16:44
I was told by someone within AFC that the successful development of AFC's technology has the potential to double or even treble DeNora's turnover.
mr sossidge
18/11/2019
16:42
Peer MCap comparison.AFC 112.44mCWR 329.68mITM 177.43mPPS 155.63mStill looking 'cheap'.
haggismchaggis
18/11/2019
16:39
Perhaps 50p tomorrow.
tewkesbury
18/11/2019
16:36
Bodes well for tomorrow. I had worse days.
joemillion
18/11/2019
16:34
Another high finish.
haggismchaggis
18/11/2019
16:03
Mobility: Hydrogen offensive at the start. Zero-Emissions Operations in Offshore Construction Market.
skinny
18/11/2019
16:01
And De Nora will know all about the future value streams for this 'holy grail" technology that AFC has been successful in creating.
haggismchaggis
18/11/2019
15:55
Should smash through 30p tomorrow and 60p this week.
tewkesbury
18/11/2019
15:54
Good point haggis and here are just some of the applications for AFC's world beating membrane technology: -- AFC's HydroX-Cell(S) fuel cell (& related systems) with market leading power density. -- Alkaline Water Electrolysis (to generate hydrogen). -- Fuel synthesis. -- Energy storage (incl. Redox Flow batteries). -- Electro-dialysis. -- Salt-splitting + desalination. -- Acid Remediation -- Salt Water Batteries
tewkesbury
18/11/2019
15:47
How many times have you posted that? And you believe everything you read?.. sorry that AFC say.. which has been soooooo accurate in the past. Not.
heathrunner
18/11/2019
15:44
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
18/11/2019
15:35
As you will know, JakNife, I don't normally hand out advice on these Boards, but I am prepared to make an exception in your case: When you're in a hole, stop digging.
vatnabrekk
18/11/2019
15:31
. 49p this month, 99p by Christmas, 199p in the New Year.
howling
18/11/2019
15:11
Now the highest ever volume day.
skinny
18/11/2019
15:03
50p this month, 100p by Christmas, 200p in the New Year.
city chappy
18/11/2019
14:57
Should surpass the highest recent volume day (last Friday) soon. Bodes well for a good closing price and more buying tomorrow.
haggismchaggis
18/11/2019
14:55
I've done seveal buys recently and will continue adding because I see AFC being worth £billions in future.
tewkesbury
18/11/2019
14:54
vatnabrekk, "When AFC's share price was sitting at 4.59 less than a month ago, it's strange that JakNife didn't foresee it jumping to the mid twenties so quickly." With the benefit of hindsight it should have been obvious to me that AFC would pursue the corrupt pump 'n' dump style of fund raising that it has so successfully pursued before to sucker retail money in so that placees can forward sell into the demand. You have my humble apologies for not anticipating the sheer blatant crookery. But in the long run, the share price of such bent companies always trends to zero! JakNife
jaknife
18/11/2019
14:49
Tewkesbury why did you wait till today before top ups ?
arab3
18/11/2019
14:31
When AFC's share price was sitting at 4.59 less than a month ago, it's strange that JakNife didn't foresee it jumping to the mid twenties so quickly.
vatnabrekk
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