Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Applied Graphene Materials Plc LSE:AGM London Ordinary Share GB00BFSSB742 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 1.75% 29.00 68,167 16:35:07
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
28.00 29.00 28.50 28.50 28.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 0.08 -3.67 -6.40 15
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:07 UT 4,450 29.00 GBX

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Applied Graphene Materials Daily Update: Applied Graphene Materials Plc is listed in the Chemicals sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AGM. The last closing price for Applied Graphene Materials was 28.50p.
Applied Graphene Materials Plc has a 4 week average price of 27.50p and a 12 week average price of 27.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 77p while the 1 year low share price is currently 15.40p.
There are currently 52,189,506 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 116,142 shares. The market capitalisation of Applied Graphene Materials Plc is £15,134,956.74.
12toes: Now 28.5p40% below placing price OUCH
12toes: Now 30p 36% below placing price
sphere25: Seen as we have some topical commonality companies of late, copy and paste from the TUNG board yesterday: "Jam, jam, jam, jam, jam....jam....jam...jam..........jam......jam......jam ... There are a few of these companies about that lead investors on for years. It really is astoundingly fruity stuff." The market has been incredibly generous here. It must see something in this: "Growth in total pipeline engagements to 135 (2020: 92) including 10 completed developments (2020: nil) and resulting revenue potential to GBP3.7 million (2020: GBP2.9 million)" It was AGM, HAYD was another and I'm sure there was one more of these graphene "big thing, mega whopping, never mind billions think squillions!" - can't recall it. Suffice to say the likes of TUNG, WAND, AGM, HAYD, NANO, VRS they have all lead investors on for years without delivering. Clearly there are more of these and maybe one of them will announce a financially game changing piece of contractual news (in a galaxy not so far far away), but for the time being, someone pass over a slice of bread. All imo DYOR
mach100: I think the share price will get a boost from PB investors buying to make their holding more economic. An added benefit of small scale distribution from the company. I won't be personally adding and would take say 60p per share any time in the future.
thetrotsky: Packman, in fairness the share price was around 50p when I made that post and even I was taken aback by the rise to around 70p based on very thin news. They said that they'd need to raise cash before Oct 21 and I rather suspect that this was too good an opportunity to miss, given the recent share price rise (rather than they've used up all of £3.8m). The real question is whether this is a good investment at about 45p (there seems to be some support at that price and they won't want the share price to drop below the placing price). Graphene may be the product of the future but I still think this (and other graphene plays) are very speculative IMHO and I'm still not convinced that the licencing model is the way to go in the long term. Graphene is a classic product in need of a killer application. Marginal improvements to existing products won't cut the biscuit unless it gives manufacturers either a significant cost reduction or marketing edge IMHO.
1pinko: The RNS stated that products supplied by the Graphene REACH registration consortium, of which AGM is a member has approval to produce up to 10 tonnes of graphene powder per Annum. I can only think of one company AGM who can produce these quantities and meet commercial volume. Doing this alone is not enough, a company has to back this up with firm product data/specification and a controlled distribution network to have safe storage of those materials. Share price Is moving upwards as a result of the confidence in AGM. Do research the company to fully understand AGM’s core markets in graphene
tomduck: So todays RNS isn’t even about AGM Graphene powder usage or sales but what the regulator has said the industry as a whole would be allowed to sell (between 1-10 tonnes). Has AGM become the marketing company for the entire Graphene industry? How many here falling for it, presumably not actually reading the RNS. This isn’t even AGM specific and most certainly isn’t sales 🙈 Oh dear.
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)
ducktack: Has hit the top of the Bollinger band, MACD is turning up. Apart from a charting perspective the madness of the elites to rid everyone of anything with relation to normal oil and bring in Electric bloody everything, graphene is finally ready to add massive longevity to batteries and is being implemented to reduce heat transference between circuits on chips etc. If you believe the story this is one to bung a few grand in and sit back to let the science catch up to the potential. At least AGM has revenue and deals unlike others where the share price is still dwindling and could be bought up by AGM. Interesting times ahead.
74tom: Interesting company without a doubt. several problems that make it difficult to invest at present IMO: 1. Revenues are under £100k and their broker states they don't have the future visibility to even attempt a forecast... 2. Directors own a paltry number of shares (4.2% total), Dr Adrian Potts had an interesting piece on Edison news yesterday and was excited about the future. The problem is he only owns 0.14% of shares in issue. In fairness he did buy 52k at 19p last October, but given they were down to 10p in May this year, why did none of them buy more? 3. Cash was down to £4.3m at 31/01/20, which they reckon will last them until Q4 2021... maybe it will, but last time they raised (Ocotber 2017, £9m at 36p) they did so with around £3m in the bank. So I'd be very surprised if they wait this long, especially with the current share price increase. Bottom line is it's one for the watch list for me, they'll need to raise more cash to support their expansion and my opinion is they'll do this sooner rather than later. Time will tell whether the recent spate of distribution agreements result in revenues or was done to boost up the share price to get a placing away. Cynical yes, but this is AIM and AGM still appear a long way from making any money...
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