Applied Graphene Materials Investors - AGM

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Applied Graphene Materials Plc AGM London Ordinary Share GB00BFSSB742 ORD 2P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
1.00 1.56% 65.00 16:35:29
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
62.00 62.00 64.00 65.00 64.00
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CHEMICALS

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DateSubject
17/12/2020
10:25
thetrotsky: I find the share price movement all a bit perplexing. It's quite clear, by AGM's own admission in its latest interim results, that AGM needs to do at least one more (probably) sizeable fund raising within the next year, markets permitting, and yet the share price continues to creep up despite AGM's business model being nowhere near self-sustaining in the medium-term (if it was, AGM wouldn't need to be considering raising funds in the market, it could borrow from its banks). AGM is the typical graphene play, lots of new contract announcements but, as yet, next to no revenues (and little or no foreward guidance on future contract revenues). Been here before with both Haydale and Versarien. Plenty of contract announcements to boost the share price before a (deeply) discounted new share offering. I may be wrong but I think I'm going to keep my powder dry for now because I think the share price will inevitably retrace once the next fund raising is away and there'll be an opportunity to get in at a (lot) lower price. The real question then becomes do I really want to invest in a company wedded to a de facto licencing model (again). I've been bitten by the licencing model too foten in the past (Hiwave and Torotrak to name but two); technology with great potential but no takers (far cheaper for the scavengers to pick over the carcass). AGM may manufacture the graphene "additive" but is wholly reliant on large manufacturers buying and using the "additive" in their products. Sometimes it pays to simply grasp the nettle, start small and bring your own niche product(s) to market and force the competition to stand up and take notice (this worked quite well for Indigovision up to a point). I'm not saying this is what AGM should do but, as yet, none of the listed UK graphene plays have been able to reach critical mass and the longer it goes on, the less likely they will (eventually investors get exhausted of constant cash calls and promises of jam tomorrow). Just the sad old views of an investor who is still looking for his ASOS (and probably never will because the investment case never makes any sense without a giant leap of blind faith)
03/9/2020
11:05
1longshorts: I agree volsung. Investors may buy in with more confidence now. We'll see but I think it's a positive.
30/6/2020
15:49
saltaire111: Revenues are indescribably small. A few grand. How can they be doing such small revenues when they’ve burned through so much investor cash?
18/10/2018
08:37
walbrock82: Smithy90, Just look at the dire sales numbers. At first glance, this is a terrible company, but management knows how to use words and numbers to capture investors imagination of "progress" and "progression". Report out tomorrow.
18/12/2017
16:04
superg1: 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.
16/10/2017
14:12
clocktower: 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.
11/10/2017
12:00
cumnor: 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
10/10/2017
07:31
clocktower: They can be trusted to take home their wages, laughing all the way at investors expense.Time and time again, people that tell porkies start to believe them themselves and see nothing wrong in what they have said or done. There are always a good reasons invented for the failures, which of course are never of their own making. How many more funding rounds before the curtains get drawn?
10/10/2017
06:44
the stigologist: This was trading at 200p just a few weeks ago !!! Proposed Placing by Accelerated Bookbuild to Raise a Minimum of GBP9 million -- Applied Graphene Materials (AIM: AGM) is pleased to announce its intention to conduct a placing of New Ordinary Shares in the Company (the "Placing Shares"), at a minimum price of 36 pence per share (the "Issue Price"), with existing and new institutional and other investors, to raise a minimum of GBP9 million (before expenses) (the "Placing").
29/9/2017
20:30
superg1: It does seem daft when you read things like this. Over on iii 3 apparently oblivious investors wondering why the dip on the share price ??? Don't they look beyond the end of their nose. Wed 10:29 Hold Progress update ? snodgrove The potential of this product is tremendous however that is not the case for this company. It has been very poor in keeping investors informed on how it is progressing and of course that leads to rumours and the stock slides. The latest information supplied by the Company was a site visit in August, in which they state no material information will be given. Prior to that was a trading update in May. No news is always treated as bad news by shareholders in a high risk investment. Wed 08:53 Re: Huge potential for Graphene - Latest... massmid I do agree. I cannot understand why the share price has halved in recent months. Anybody spotted a reason? h Tue 19:56 Buy Huge potential for Graphene - Latest new... alexbaby5Interactive Investor client I think the recent sell-off is unfounded. There is ongoing research into the usage of graphene and its application in electronics etc. Here are some recent links I have read on the subject. Source is Sciencedaily.com "Graphene and other carbon nanomaterials can replace scarce metals" https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/09/170919091029.htm "New quantum phenomena in graphene superlattices" https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/09/170918123603.htm "Scientists move graphene closer to transistor applications" https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/08/170829131434.htm I believe graphene will have in important role to play in many aspects of our lives, and its potential is being underestimated. I consider this a long-term investment.
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