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% 55.00p 54.00p 56.00p 56.10p 55.00p 55.00p 41,487 09:00:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 0.1 -4.3 -13.8 - 27.19

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19/1/2018
08:21
SG - Has there been any further contact with FCA on this matter? Or indeed the company or its NOMAD.....
mikeod
18/1/2018
12:59
The only strange thing is that AGM have increased thier sales from £80,000 to just £100.000. I wonder when they will hit £1 million or 10 times previous sales.
fuji99
04/1/2018
11:11
Is there a gap to fill here on the chart around 55 - 65p ??
orm5
04/1/2018
09:24
KenOne I offer my commiserations over GRPH from a fellow sufferer in that company. On this thread I study Superg's contributions with great interest as he has strong convictions and has obviously done a lot of research into graphene. He distrusts AGM profoundly and is a great believer in VRS. I believe that AGM may come right all the same but it is not for widows and orphans.
varies
03/1/2018
12:30
I am wondering if this is going to break out in the short term on the charts. They question is, 100 or not, what do they mean to the business and its bottom line. I am new to this stock so trying to decide and understand how long the cash will last taking into account their current expectations on possible revenue for their next year end. Any advice on history would be good. Thanks in advance.
isaready
02/1/2018
09:02
One of the 2018 stock picks in The Guardian ! Applied Graphene Materials Graphene was punted as the next big thing a few years back. A one-molecule-thick layer of graphite that is 20 times stronger than diamond and conducts electricity 20 times better than copper, graphene was hailed as a revolutionary material used in everything from medicine to manufacturing. So one of the specialist companies in the field, Applied Graphene Materials, saw its shares soar when it joined AIM at the end of 2013. But turning technology into commercial applications takes time and its shares have since dropped to new lows. The company has now improved its production processes and its building up orders, boosting its balance sheet with a fundraising in October. One to watch at 42p. Nick Fletcher
masurenguy
22/12/2017
08:50
Well I went for GRPH instead of this. They look bust - now suspended. Have been keeping an eye on this and it looks like it could go the same way. Good luck to all of you still holding - you'll need it !
kenone
18/12/2017
16:04
Varies Ms Potts isn't so shrewd and is probably unaware even though she was warned in detail when it was £2 plus by one of my connections, that's if she took the time to read it. Rob G of `Henderson didn't listen to someone who pointed out Nanoco at the prices he was buying was suicidal too. They simply don't do the research we do. There seems to be a problem with synthetic graphene on the lateral sizes, they are far too small for the full range of graphene uses. The CPI tender and aspect ratio looked too high for anyone I knew in the synthetic graphene sector. The CPI built the AGM kit and AGM clearly didn't get the tender as it would amount to news judging by the revenue they have. 250kg of dispersions is a case of BS baffles brains to make it look like they sold 250kgs of graphene. The dispersion could have been 1%, .01%. .001% which is typical. Coatings is different and I see the AGM potential costs too high against others. They haven't named their graphene but put a brand name on a very early play for some sort of structural ink. No TDS or MDS available for their graphene. No change to date retracting the warning that the tech is unproven to date with only Low levels of quality graphene produced. They lied many times and mislead investors so why would they change now. Time will tell if they get to prove it all works, we'll just have to wait and see.
superg1
10/12/2017
17:35
PS For what this is worth, Puraglobe refer on their web-site (under Innovation) to their collaboration with AGM in the development of "graphene-enhanced sustainable base oil formulations". This must be the joint effort announced by AGM on 23 October 2015. I do not know whether the Puraglobe web-site is up to date. Puraglobe seems to be a private company.
varies
10/12/2017
17:14
superg I have now read all your posts on this thread and offer you my congratulations on being proved right and on having saved several readers from losing their money. Share price movements, as you say yourself, are often irrational but there can be few people not connected with AGM who have made a penny out of these shares since the surge to 500p that happened within months of the public offering. Although AGM's sales to date are pitifully small, I like to fancy that sales may develop soon. Miss Potts of Herald IT and Mr Ruffer are both shrewd people and their judgment may be vindicated. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and valuable opinion with us here and on VRS. It is well worth having and you kindly refrain from abusing those of us who sometimes take a contrary view. I have a modest stake, which I can afford to lose, and I shall hold on pending further developments. I have too much respect for your opinion to increase it !
varies
08/12/2017
11:56
Varies you should check my reply over on VRS. I'm active again today re the lies AGM released and will see it through one way or another.
superg1
08/12/2017
10:34
Well hopefully your gains in VRS will make up for your loses you will incur here. After all the information thats out there about AGM you choose to invest, seriously.
john henry
08/12/2017
10:08
oh dear "varies" Invest in what you want but wow.....this one? As you say £900,000 taken by directors in 2015/16 £3m LOSS more fund raising with massive dilution for shareholders and the worst of it is that the company lied with its accounts... Good luck and goodbye.
phoenixs
07/12/2017
12:00
superg Thanks for your further comment. For the record I am not one of the unlucky purchasers who paid over 200p. I made my first purchase 2 days ago at 38.78p.
varies
06/12/2017
14:00
BTW the arrow shows the time I informed the FCA free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
superg1
06/12/2017
13:58
Interesting Varies And there is me wondering whether to send the proof of AGM lies to the AIM regulators who have asked for it so they can act on it. Still no sign of the FCA result yet but you can see the share price response to the sending of the file to the FCA which was around the 210p mark. If you want to back a company that seriously misleads the market up to you. It could fly if they get it right, but no sign of that yet. Still better that you bought down here then over £2 where some poor sods misled by the company bought. BTW the entire staff salary of 42 staff comes out around a £70k average each..... go figure.
superg1
06/12/2017
12:18
Having taken some profits in Versarien I have bought a modest stake in AGM. The high rate of pay taken by the directors, c£900,000 in 2015/16, is certainly a deterrent but I like the tone of the recent presentation. Umeco, where Jon Mabbitt held a leading role, is a very substantial and successful business and I do not doubt that he is a very able man. AGM now has about 2 years of "cash burn" in hand and should be able to establish a decent sales pipeline soon. If they do, then raising new capital will be easy.
varies
03/12/2017
10:08
Why can't they sell anything ? Surely it can't be that hard in a marketplace crying out for the product. Are they just aiming for a big pay day from someone looking for a shortcut into the tech ?
maxdba85
16/10/2017
14:12
Chart over the past few years looks dire. How long before it sinks below the last share issue price? Cumnor, I cannot understand why you or anyone would buy stocks in a company that sounds like it is run by a bunch of boffins with no business idea`s, that has failed investors over a long period of time and appears to be unable to change the direction the company is heading in, while being, as you put it - well feathered.
clocktower
11/10/2017
12:00
Bought some of those now as a gamble-that's all it is-on their tech scoring with one or two of the manufacturers. Know little about graphene or nanoparticles but at this price, and cash for a year or two at present burn- they might just pull it off. Sounds like a company run by (well feathered, thanks to shareholders) boffins with great tech and no business idea so high risk but lets hope thy are upfront (can't imagine pro investors putting up £9 million without a touch of DD) and maybe successful. imo
cumnor
10/10/2017
15:12
biggest riser tomorrow :-)
tel11
10/10/2017
13:37
GIVE JAKNIFE HIS MEDICINE OR CALL THE NHS. BA STEALING IS GOOD
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