Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Deepverge Plc LSE:DVRG London Ordinary Share GB00BMGWZY29 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50 -5.94% 23.75 1,224,799 16:09:17
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
23.50 24.00 25.25 23.125 25.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 4.48 -2.90 2.10 11.3 51
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:18:20 O 8,402 23.74 GBX

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Deepverge Daily Update: Deepverge Plc is listed in the Health Care Equipment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DVRG. The last closing price for Deepverge was 25.25p.
Deepverge Plc has a 4 week average price of 23.13p and a 12 week average price of 23.13p.
The 1 year high share price is 39.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 19.25p.
There are currently 215,156,378 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 619,451 shares. The market capitalisation of Deepverge Plc is £51,099,639.78.
stuart37: GB is motivated more than anyone on here to see the share price rise. He has plenty of shares in DVRG and does not need to pander to AIM hijinx and buy more shares to prove it to you guys. Just do your research and you will find out how many shares he has.....
joeknight: What has Brandon done to this share price, 500k volume by 10.30am and we constantly sink lower and lower. It can’t be PI selling, why would anyone sell at this price if it was game a changing product blah blah. Deeply frustrated with management and lack of delivery, what happened to the Covid breath test ?
blueteam1: How about the gossip of TP selling everything to keep share price down, delayed contracts and deals to keep share price down so management buyout at a cheap price of 38p!!! Any truth?
shark fund: Share price is basically static for over a year. And unlikely to move in the right direction. Maybe even down if you got in during the fiasco around about this time last year. 231% is obviously good on a h1 like for like (though not sure that included h1 modern water from 2020?). However the share price has this all factored in. Gerry must ensure he hits his numbers and I'm sure he will by end of year. Limited downside in share price but cannot see the significant upside (just yet) we all believed in. These 'talking with people of all levels in every jurisdiction' need to start producing ?. Doesn't look like the China deal is imminent as there is no update as to when this can conclude. They said this would be operational in October if I recall correctly...Still on positive news - the reporting structure is improving. Only picked up one typo on the first look - lol. Glad to see we have removed the numbers of employees as a metric for growth! We can see the costs 'starting' to come through!
quazie12: Any useless cliwn can buy turnover/create growth at any price. The secret is to ADD VALUE. Tomorrow will be the big reveal. My money is on EBITDA negative and an share price of 27p
come2papa: Tomorrow If company delivers 300% plus growth, really can not see share price staying around 30s much longerDVRG will be massively re-rated
mrscocker: Reality is that the share price has reflected the non-stop selling by profit taking placees (whoever they are). It's not "the market" but rather a few self interested large holders from 10p or 20p placings that have been cashing in here on a daily basis for months and without contract news to bring in the buyers the share price would move with their sells just as it will rise significantly with contract news and buyers.
onehanded: @onehanded TP are not lining anything up as MSYS is fully funded, as is DVRG, nor are they selling shares in either DVRG or MSYS. Here the boss man GB confirms no more funding needed this year for both DVRG or MSYS. Worth a punt on MSYS? Already in DVRG enough for now and expect 36p to be tested soon on news. Looking at MSYS a the moment as not yet invested in that.
thetrotsky: We won't hear any news until we hear any news and, when we do, the Irish Leprechaun will probably shoot us in the foot with his "I've got great news to tell you but I can't say a word" act. I'm sick and tired of watching him bounce around on those Proactive Investor videos, smiling like the Cheshire Cat, constantly hinting that there is big news just around the corner. He's being doing much the smae for the last 12-18 months. NDAs or no NDAs, the financial figures reveal all and, as yet, there is nothing to suggest that any of this "big news" is going to have any material impact this FY. I'm long on DVRG but the sooner GB is shifted to CTO and we bring in a CEO with a bit more gravitas the better as far as I am concerned. GB is a showman who, like Elon Musk, is a loose cannon just as likely to increase the share price by 20% as he is to reduce it by 20% due to his antics. The management of news out of the business has been appalling; GB promised an update on MicrotoxBT at the end of 2020 and over half way through 2021 we still haven't had any real material update (it's become more of a side issue). It's clearly taking a lot longer to bring the product to market but rather than say that, and admit that he was over optimistic about the original timeline and underestimated the regulatory hurdles, GB has just gone silent. I like his enthusiasm but it's totally misplaced in a CEO; if you promise the world and fail to deliver (or deliver late) people start to mistrust you. I like my CEOs to be more level headed and not get too carried away until they have something tangible to deliver. I'm still pretty sure we'll exceed the £10m current year target but am more inclined to think that it was a soft target (designed to build GB's kudos for over delivering) rather than a hard target (which would force GB to work that bit harder to deliver). We'll see. I'm assuing the interim results are expected mid-September (given the lack of any guidance on DVRG's website).
thetrotsky: Quazie12, According to DVRG's website (under Shareholder Information in the Investors section) there were just over 2m unexercised warrants as at 25 June 2021. So, I think your figure of "at least 7m" would now appear out of date and a tad wide of the mark. That said, and I have said it before, I'm not happy that TP were given warrants in the past (there is a clear potential for conflict of interest). I appreciate that they were given warrants to conserve cash but, in my opinion, the amounts awarded were excessive and they have been a drag on the share price ever since; both due to the constant dilution just when the share price starts to gain any upward momentum and the question of independence. Obviously in-house brokers who are paid for their research will always be subject to questions of independence but they don't normally have the opportunity to directly benefit from any price spike that their research may generate. The sooner the last of the warrants are exercised, and the shares sold, and TP are paid cash for any future services they provide the happier I'll be.
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