Agronomics Limited

-0.35 (-3.3%)
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Agronomics Limited LSE:ANIC London Ordinary Share IM00B6QH1J21 ORD 0.0001P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.35 -3.3% 10.25 593,668 09:34:43
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
10.00 10.50 10.625 10.25 10.625
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Investors, Nec 14.76 8.36 0.90 - 101.80
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:00 O 4 10.50 GBX

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Posted at 30/5/2023 13:28 by halfpenny
Be Patient And Expect RNS on further approvals in US.

Bright future as a Huge demand increasing as population increase. At this level
ANIC NOW LOOKING VERY GREAT VALUE..Some of the investments have such huge potential.

RNS soon with Bright Future so join the train with many stations ahead as ANIC get to their destinations..

Posted at 19/5/2023 11:46 by halfpenny
Also, at these levels Jim Mellon, Executive Director also bought a heap! So what does he know and i suspect Deals are coming sooner the we expect.

ANIC, Got to be an interesting stock to watch as its potential is huge if they get it right.. Risk reduced at these levels as new Products and further approvals are added to their portfolio.

Bright future as a Huge demand increasing as population increase. At this level

Posted at 18/5/2023 11:42 by halfpenny
After reviewing statements i noticed -

"We expect to see more regulatory approvals in the US for cultivated meat in the near term."

This would drive the value in ANIC WITH FURTHER APPROVALS.

Now I have added some ANIC to my portfolio. So will be watching to expect sone rapid growths and NAV increases and can shoot up rapidly on breaking news.

Future getting Brighter

Posted at 10/5/2023 09:18 by davebowler

Agronomics has provided a NAV update as of 31 March 2023 and announced a further investment in its portfolio company, Good Dog Food. The company’s NAV per share at the end of March 23 stood at 16.14p, broadly in-line with the December 23 level of 16.37p and we note the new investment ($0.5m) in Wild Microbes, held at cost on the balance sheet, announced during the quarter. On 4 May 23, Agronomics announced the follow-on investment of £1m into Good Dog Food’s (GDF) Seed financing round, which triggered an unrealised gain of £3.8m. Trading at a c25% discount to NAV, we believe Agronomics shares are undervalued and we maintain our Buy recommendation

◼ NAV – As of March 23, Agronomics net asset value (NAV) stood at £160m or 16.14p on a per share basis. This value included £131m of investments and £29m of uninvested cash. The company’s shares are currently trading at a c25% discount to NAV indicating strong upside potential in the shares at this time. ◼ Investment – Agronomics has announced follow-on funding into GDF, investing £1m into GDF’s £3.6m Seed financing round. In March 2022, Agronomics launched GDF, investing £150k into the Founder round. In total, Agronomics now holds 8,768 GDF shares, equivalent to a holding of 42.4%. The Seed financing has triggered an uplift in the initial investment, generating an unrealised gain of £3.81m or c0.4p per share. ◼ Good Dog Food – GDF was launched by Agronomics in partnership with Roslin Technologies in March 2022, with the aim of developing cultivated meat products for the pet food market. Agronomics has indicated that food for companion animals accounts for c25% of meat produced in the US and the partners believe many pet owners will choose more sustainable options if they are available. ◼ Wild Microbes – We note the investment of $0.5m, announced in February 23, into Wild Microbes’ pre-Seed funding round, providing Agronomics an ownership of c4.2% on a fully diluted basis. Wild Microbes aims to use its proprietary technology to genetically engineer novel microbial strains for precision fermentation. ◼ Investment thesis – We see significant potential in the cellular agriculture sector (and closely related markets), driven by increasing awareness of the environmental impact of livestock farming along with a growing trend towards alternative protein sources. Agronomics offers investors exposure to this largely private sector while its early-stage investments provide maximum upside as the sector develops. Given the unique investment opportunity Agronomics provides the public markets in a sector which we believe has significant value creation potential, we believe the current discount to NAV offers a strong entry point. We maintain our Buy recommendation

Posted at 03/5/2023 09:54 by halfpenny
LOOK AT Plant Health Care Plc Share Price (PHC) Has poor results as many shareholders sell on poor prospects and Cash Flow issues.

Now price has fallen back to 11p its worth a review...

Posted at 25/4/2023 06:54 by earwacks
Halfpenny . Be great to have some facts to support your broken record. Are you actually going to buy at 6p? That would be about 66 per cent discount to nav. MMS don’t see value. They make a market between buyers and sellers. Brokers do valuation and are about as accurate as radio 4’s racing tips. Not saying 66 percent discount isn’t possible as there is a hell of a liquidity problem with small caps at the moment. Stocks like anic are more easily tradeable if small punters are desperate to give them away. You may not have noticed that all the major long term investors have held firm from placings at 22p. All the companies invested in will need further rounds of finance raising which Anic may or may not take part in. Further to that they still have over 30 million in cash. Some investment vehicles are not allowed to hold that much cash. They have been cautious with investments not wanting to blow it all in one mad spree. They bode their time, research well and wait for the right opportunities. On one thing you are correct, it is risky, but not like a vodafone or a royal bank of Scotland
. They actually have staggering potential. That’s how risk / reward works. Good luck with the wait if that actually is an intention

Posted at 24/4/2023 10:41 by earwacks
Clearly the whole market was ‘overhypedR17;in 2021 except for Shell And BP which have more than doubled since which is the main reason the ftse 100 is where it is now. I think Anic actually touched 40p briefly which was clearly as insane as the share price is now. Thats how the market works fear and greed. This recent fall is interesting not least because it appears to have coincided with the admission to the market of the exercised stock . Weird in itself because those purchases have actually added capital value to the company being bought at over twice the share price.
On the subject of nav value if the recent interview with Chow is to believed Blue Nalu is only valued @ 6 million for nav purposes. They are about to do another fund raise, when completed it will be revalued to nearer the current estimated value of 14 million plus the raise. They tend to be quite cautious on valuations. The other point Chow made was Anic is currently trading at 25% discount where as at its peak it was trading @ 5 times nav. There have been many worse performing investment vehicles in a world currently embroiled in war, failing political regimes, climate change, supply disruption, energy crisis, millions of displaced people. I am actually more surprised the markets have held up as well as they have.

Posted at 22/4/2023 10:43 by earwacks
I’ve asked Anic about why people would be exercising warrants at this time. Will let you know if I get an answer. I think this is only the second time. Maybe an observant office boy noticed they were about to expire and decided to make a rash executive decision. All adds gris to the mill. Its about .04% of the cap value, so not going to buy more than a few veggie burgers. The admission to the market of these shares does seem to have rather over impacted on lots of tiny trades at lesser value than the transactions costs. Thats typical irrational markets at the moment. Why do people think Mms value companies? Its the buyers and sellers that do that. 6p would be a fantastic entry price . The estimated value our share Blue nalu is 14 million, but is currently held at 6 million for nav value waiting for next round of funding to revalue. Used to be the the largest holding , but with additions to and in existing holdings has slipped down to 4th or 5th. This could also be that otther companies they hold have outperformed them this year. At the time of the last placings which were oversubscribed with funds raised from Black Rock, Cannacord and others the nav was several multiples of the share price It is now trading at over 25% discount. Sublime to ridiculous. Even Scottish Mortgage doesnt have that wide discount. Sure these are risky unlisted cash thirsty companies. But fantastic and realistic potential
Posted at 05/5/2021 21:15 by mwoo
have a look at BlueNalu which is one of the companys that Jim Mellon put our hard earned into....they have just received a huge investment from Japanese Government and Mitsubishi


Anic do not have to offically declare that interest to LSE ,( as they have already stated that they are into Bluenalu) but it must impact ANIC share price by the fact that various governments are investing heavily

Also have a look on internet ( you have to search hard) but a professional forecaster has said that 100 dollars invested now in Anic could well be worth over 8000 dollars by 2026.

Posted at 01/4/2021 18:17 by mwoo

the above link is very interesting for ANIC shareholders and having been promoted by Bloomberg just a few hours ago can only help ANIC share price

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