Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Applied Graph. LSE:AGM London Ordinary Share GB00BFSSB742 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 163.50p 160.00p 167.00p - - - 0 06:42:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 0.1 -4.5 -22.0 - 36.45

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superg1, Thanks for the pointer, yes it stinks. Difficult to get the borrow to short but short is the only sensible way to be. regards, JakNife
It depends on your view, yeah trading fine on tight but the business hides a serious problem. If they don't fix it they either need a new business idea or eventually it looks like it will fail. The issue with AGM is not widely known just yet.
Tiny volumes being traded. No cause for alarm.
No one here ob I take the retrace to be due to the climb, but seems to have coincided with the full info being up there. Just my opinion here on my findings about the company, the tech doesn't work scaled up as far as I can see. Then when you have misleading news how can you then trust anything else they say. I don't know anyone with a position and will stay out of it. To me there has been some misleading info put out this company in my opinion and I'm not convinced all involved know the potential issues. All I'm doing is making people aware by various means. For me it's a big red flag shorting any company that appears to put out BS news. While you may know its BS who knows when the next BS will come via an RNS and have the herd buying. You just have to look at CTAG and various other AIM examples in recent years. DYOR
Your new thread seems to be working already SG. ( -17% today ). Pity I didn't have the foresight to put a short on!
BTW After comms with city connection last night I've decided to give the Nomad the benefit of the doubt on complicit. I know from previous shares they often know every little about the companies they cover and this is a new sector well beyond their grasp. So I've decided on comms with the nomad is the way forward and have pointed to the header. I'll leave the nomad comments in for now.
is there anybody there, Amazing really, ask a few questions no response. Obviously hiding something. Incompetence? Lying? So added to what I think are incorrect statements made in a rns, claims of GNP production appear to be years away IF at all. Wow what a ballsup.
Yes Trademark launch of an unproven years off product yet the GNPs they claim to be able to produce but CAN NOT, has no name, no trademark, nothing. Well I have now found out why and what is the matter with the tech and why AGM lie. :-)
Just seen the rns. Can someone please tell me as to why there has been an rns? Trading update? Sales forecast to be £0.3m does not merit an update. Also the accounting looks to be wrong. There appear to be anomalies in what is being stated. Last year they had cash in the bank of £7.7m, they forecast a loss of £4m, revenues of £0.3m and yet they forecast cash in bank of £4.5m. By my reckoning the figures they have quoted mean that they will only have £4m in the bank which means that they will not be ahead of forecast. Am I missing something??
what a load of bs! 2015/16 ebitda -4.2m cash at bank 7.7m interims 2016/17 ebitda -2.0m cash at bank 5.6m finals forecast 2016/17 ebitda -4.0m cash at bank 4.5m Where does £0.5m extra in bank come from??????? (sales/revenue 0.3m) I think that this lot are having a laugh. Either trhey cant add or theyre not telling the truth. Load of Porkies me think,
wasteof time
See article/pod cast below (active link) from this week's Investors Chronicle
Found another synthetic GNP supplier and the same issue gain re lateral size. That's 3 now. I need to establish if the lateral size is a major issue. One top down producer lists 500nm to 1000nm as suitable for sensors and the like but not composites and other uses. The best synthetic I've found has a max lateral size at the low end of the top down range of 500nm. Logically if the other synthetic producers can't do large lateral sizes then it's likely AGM can't either.
Spreadex lets you short . Only problem is spread. Should have taken one yesterday on bounce! Versarien is a much better place to be long
I did warn you the risks still say they haven't got the tech working yet and poor sales exactly as I said they would be. It rather conflicts with the news before this talking of significant progress but that's what AGM do hype after hype with an unproven tech. Yet after selling and only able to demonstrate grams per day production they are going to scale up again over the 1.6 tonnes capacity. Lol That's the sales pitch for the fund raise to come BTW, which should in theory come later this year once they click into less than 12 months cash left.
BTW I've just done a lot of research on the importance of lateral sizes. While AGM will stick their head in the sand or not know what the flip I'm going on about then that's their fault for not doing research. Lateral size it seems after many hours of reading is just as important as being under 10 layers thickness. EG one good company quotes a product as suitable for composites as it has a lateral size of up to 5um. Anything they have up to 1um they describe as good for sensors and the like. Now Cambridgenano have a top down method BUT the lateral size is listed as a max of 500nm with a range of 150nm to 500nm and an average of 300nm. In um terms that's .15um to.5um average .3 um. It's the lowest lateral size by some way that I have found in all products reviewed and it's the only production method with data that I have seen so far that uses the bottom up process like AGM. AGM don't seem to list any data that would help a buyer or scientist. But if they have managed to get the tech working then is the lateral size going to be an issue. If it's anything like Cambridge nanaosystems lateral sizes then they have a serious problem with the limited market their GNPs can go into Imo. (based on reading science papers on the topic and descriptions given by a well known supplier) In layman terms a bigger diameter slows the Gnps to where to composites so for the full range of GNP performance you need under 10 layer AND a good range in the lateral size diameter with the science paper quitting 5um tested to get the result. 5um is 10 times the size of Cambridgenano and 16 times the average size quoted. So IMO AGM investor should ask AGM for data on their GNPs to see what they quote on sizes but such data should be independently tested Imo. If they are low lateral sizes Imo you may have a serious issue.
1savvy Is there an option to short the one I used said not available?
Damn . Nearly shorted this yesterday but spread put me off!!
Haven't heard a good word about agm. Can anyone sell them to me?
Agreed SuperG, one to steer clear of, I'm into VRS now, as of today.
No problem I keep trying to warn PIs but I'm giving up and have posted elsewhere to make sure some I know don't fall for it. I do hope GAM sort it for PI sakes, but in 5 years they have not got the tech to work AS DETAILED IN YE RESULTS 3 YEARS ON THE TROT. but in the risks small print. The 2 week 24 hour run said it all. How can it be a 1 tonne unit when it did what looks like less than .5 grams per hour. None of the facts will stop AGM pumping out hype though, what they need to do is get the tech working and not one thing said from them since float suggest they have. In fact it states the opposite. The tech currently carries a value of zero as it doesn't work AND it's all AGM have.
Beeeez Bargepole on this one and folk need to do their research. Tech not yet proven to deliver (as in annual reports) and some obviously in blind due to BBC news on graphene
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