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|It would have been far better for them to simply have sat back and let the price rise further off todays good news.|
|That's a rough currency convert of £460,000 into the GRPH coffers.
Or put another way about half of the last Darwin drawdown.
It also hints at more to come and I take it they know whats in the making.
One more might avert any further need for Darwins services.
Darwin out of the background and this should be rising substantially higher.|
|Looks good to me.....Darwin is a pain of course but "valued at US$589,680, for deployment in the near term in Myanmar for a leading oil and gas company" is decent enough and the stock was 9p bid last month.|
|I see Darwin have kicked into overdrive on that news! Supressing the anticipated rise. Red to finish today.|
|Those that had a desire to sell have sold and that's created opportunity for others to start to take a position or to buy back what they previously had.
We know that GRPH has already extended beyond the previous mid Q2 debt previous deadline, which they must have been indicating towards with some level of reasonable certainty.
Given that I think the awaited news on the debt restructuring may well come a bit earlier than the revised end of June date.|
|They've actually bought themselves a 6 week extension to seal the debt restructuring deal. As it was due about yesterday its in imminent territory and in actual fact could come at any time. One not to lose sight of.
The 2nd traunch draw down also took its time so there may not be any need for any further involvement.
Lastly some clear cut message about water and the polymer division. First time I've seen that stated with such clarity. Particularly the water side of things.|
|Oh brilliant! 40 more loan notes issued. Expect share price to be near multi year very soon then. FFS|
|Its the tightest spread I've seen in a long time
6.69p to sell and 6.70p to buy.
Not seen that in months.
(Then just as I'm shifting funds it reverts).
|Its the tightest spread I've seen in a long time
6.69p to sell and 6.70p to buy.
Not seen that in months.
|"THE GRAPHENE STOCK TO HOLD"
DCTA (DIRECTA PLUS)
Watch the proinvestors clip.
The CEO wants to talk about "Grafysorber". the interviewer however wants to talk Olympics ski teams. :-)
Directa Plus is one of the largest producers of graphene and associated uses.
Directors are 100% fully aligned with shareholders and the water treatment (Grafysorber) as well as removing pollutants such as oil can also be used in desalination filters.
(I urge any serious small PI's to call and chat to the company about its uses and potential uses).
It can be used in desalination filters. The world needs clean drinking water.
Directa Plus is touted as "The Graphene Stock To Hold"
They have also promised us at least 2 exciting news releases 2nd part of 2017.
CEO has committed to restoring DCTA share price and considers the recent fall a buying opportunity.
The stock is so lightly traded small buys and sells can affect the share price with what many would consider an over reactive movement in % gains and falls.|
|I saw the mid afternoon auction today and thought an RNS may have been out but checked on Advfn and I cannot find anything published yet.
Patiently parked and hopefully an update in the next week or two.|
|Love clean water?
Take a long hard look at Directa Plus (DCTA)
Directors buying, market is big as we know.
Lightly traded, oversold.
Boomtime based on Graphene?|
I feel nervous about the stock market as a whole after such a tremendous run and feel inclined to retain only my modest stake in GRPH pending further developments.|
|I have Scomi as an introducer and deal maker and broker of others products. It's for the company's products to then sell themselves. That said they have delivered 2 good deals for GRPH. You'd probably be better advised spending your time researching those 2 deals and the pound notes those generate at the moment. More importantly what could happen if either expand to full take up. I don't think you will ever reveaal the terms of the introducer / brokering fee. Best wishes though for any further efforts. I've tried most routes and given up. I'll happily wait to see what happens.|
Thank you very much for your post.I am interested to learn that you too have been unable to find out much about the oil palm refinery that GRAPH badly needs to sell.
On another subject I have glanced at the SCOMI Energy Services web-site since GRPH does so much business with Scomi ES.
It is a smaller company than I expected, quoted only on the Malaysian Stock Exchange. The current share price is 19.5sen and market cap RM 456 million.
Fixed assets at 31.3.2016 are shown at RM739m and current assets at RM821m. Long-term liabilities are shown at RM153m, current liabs at RM541m and Equity at RM866m.
I forget how many Ringgits one gets for a pound but guess it is about 6 or 7.
Scomi ES is controlled by the Scomi Group but seems to be solvent on its own.|
|Varies, Like yourself I have done a lot of searching on this to try and steal an advantage and saw the palm oil refinery as part of a business park, for want of better words, and with water access. I have even tried searching under Platinum Nanochem + Malaysia and have even adapted searches with the .my code which should let you search directly the country concerned. Everything is extremely tight lipped and I can find no leaks or other country references to the palm oil refinery sale and other core assets. It all adds to the mystique of what may come soon. I therefore refer back to the 31st March update time and time again which seems to hint at non-core assetsales. "Graphene NanoChem (AIM:GRPH), the international provider of nanotechnology performance enhancing solutions for global industries, announces that the Company expects the successful debt restructuring exercise it has undertaken to now be unconditional by mid Q2 2017 as opposed to the end of the Q1 2017 as previously announced, post completion of the administrative process and other conditions precedent, including the process of non-core asset sales." It will boil down to everyone how they interpret the management speak.|
|Having lost a fair amount of money here and feeling that our prospects depend on a satisfactory sale soon of the palm oil refinery, I have belatedly looked into some of the available information on this subject.
Others on this spread will have a better understanding than I do and I would be very interested to learn from them.
The GRPH report for 2012 and the Lahal Datu web-site tell us that their Zurex refinery is in the POIC (Palm Oil Industrial Complex) in the NE corner of Sabah in the vicinity of extensive palm oil and cocoa plantations. My understanding is that Zurex is one of several OP refineries in the POIC and I see, for example, that MEWAH, a leading plantation company, decided in 2013 to revive there a refinery (that had lain idle for a year) following tax changes made by the Malaysian government that enabled Malaysian refineries to compete on level terms with Indonesian refineries.
The 2012 report tells us that GRPH was in the course of securing a loan of RM 18 million to enable it to recommence refining of CPO and the treatment of Specialty Chemicals. We were also told that despite the recent improvement in the tax regime the operating environment for small-scale Malaysian refiners would remain very challenging.
It may be, of course, that I have misunderstood the Lahal Datu web-site and that Meewah's refinery and Zurex are one and the same ! I hope this may be so.
If, however, I am right in fearing that there are a number of OP refineries at Lahal Datu, some at least lying idle, then obviously ours may prove hard to sell.|
Some interest has been emerging over the last few days and it was nice to see the spread tighten up to about 0.2 of a pence today at one point. In reality the true spread is not as bad as what has been getting displayed.It then widened today on only a few trades and a few of those could actually have been Buys looking at pricing.
Its a shame that some cannot hold on for just a few weeks longer as they might be looking at a re-organised and re-focussed company for the future - and a share price that reflects survival and a going concern business.|
|nice move today.|
|A much better day today. Having just looked at all the trades today they all appear to be buys except for about 2.
Hopefully some confidence returning.
I feel like I am the horse races and cheering on my geegee.
Come on Graphene Nanochem. Lets get the debt reshuffle over the line.|
|Its been a good few days what with Modern Water rocketing and opportunity on a few others there for the taking. MWG should hopefully look after itself, touch wood.
Back to the investment calender again for what lies ahead and the next potential driver for some share price gains. I've taken a gamble and have acquired a few more of GRPH over the last few days and as we are fast approaching the month of May. Hopefully then in the first half we get news that the company has pulled off its debt reshuffle with non-core asset sales and gets to move forward as a re-focussed good going concern and a recovery play.
Its slightly risky but the risk / reward pendulum is whats tipped me into topping up.
dyor, imho, wtfdik .|
True words in there
"whats your target on these?, they have come down a long way and LSE history is steeped in companies that have risen from the ashes (RBS), investment is a game of time and patience."
My short term target is 15p. Mid term its double that plus.
Not heavily invested yet but will probably add a fair chunk early May as if it pulls the debt thing off then its shown its survivor credentials and should move forward to far greater things and there shouldn't really be anything to make you stop and think and apply the brakes.
Good news thereafter should attain its full value and I would expect it to hold its value and build.|
|It should be an whole lot of a different company if it pulls off the debt restructuring process.
Graphene NanoChem (AIM:GRPH), the international provider of nanotechnology performance enhancing solutions for global industries, announces that the Company expects the successful debt restructuring exercise it has undertaken to now be unconditional by mid Q2 2017 as opposed to the end of the Q1 2017 as previously announced, post completion of the administrative process and other conditions precedent, including the process of non-core asset sales.
Not too long to wait.
Mid Q2 if I am counting correctly should be about mid May
|See article/pod cast below (active link) from this week's Investors Chronicle|