Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Haydale LSE:HAYD London Ordinary Share GB00BKWQ1135 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -1.69% 29.00p 28.00p 30.00p 29.50p 29.00p 29.50p 21,662 08:46:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 3.4 -6.1 -22.0 - 7.93

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/10/2018
15:51
No offence but what do you expect from speculative penny stocks? Grsphene is undoubtedly the future, and those who invest in graphite/grsphene companies both home and abroad will be rewarded handsomely in my opinion. The issue is knowing which companies will be sucessful and getting the timing right. It could take off in a year, 5 years or 20 years... simply put nobody knows. In terms of futuristic stuff like bendy mobile phones and such we'll be long dead. But in terms of what we will see in our lifetime i expect to see adding graphene into existing products like paints, inks, concrete etc.
ih_683047
11/10/2018
14:32
As I have said some time ago this is an overhyped over valued sector. The sale is probably the max the board allowed him or the mm were willing to take. They will not raise cash above 5p a share...if that. Remember he took 120k cash out of the original float proceeds. ...tells you all you need to know.
savagedstock
11/10/2018
14:32
As I have said some time ago this is an overhyped over valued sector. The sale is probably the max the board allowed him or the mm were willing to take. They will not raise cash above 5p a share...if that. Remember he took 120k cash out of the original float proceeds. ...tells you all you need to know.
savagedstock
09/10/2018
12:03
For the sake of accuracy, only 1 director, formerly CEO, Ray Gibbs sold 38,233 shares 28th Sept at a price of 40.5p. However, he had bought 8,333 in the November placing at 120p and his current holding now stands at 456,453. From the 2017 report & Accounts: Ray Gibbs 486,353 2.48% Roger Smith 288,455 1.47% John Knowles 155,464 0.79% Roger Humm 34,709 0.18% Matthew Wood 9,821 0.05%
knownowt
09/10/2018
09:47
ashtree2, The rule 26 section of the website suggests that 4.95% were owned by directors at 11 June 2018: Http://www.haydale-ir.com/content/investors/shareholder-information.asp But the directors have been selling recently. JakNife
jaknife
09/10/2018
08:02
Cannot seem to find the list of shares that directors own.anyone help.tia
ashtree2
08/10/2018
12:10
It was a bit of a surprise to see Ray Gibbs sell a few at these depressed prices, but I suppose he had just lost the top job. At least the sale didn't come with a platitudinous excuse, which is often the case with director sales. I wonder now how long he will stay on the BOD? For investors wanting an quick intro to the new Executive Chairman, David Banks, there is a recent video here, where he features: https://www.ft.com/video/96b6f4a7-f1eb-4e49-85ce-c49cbd0d7c08 Regarding the recent comments on Graphite miners which are also wannabe Graphene producers, there are some duffers, but it really does depend on the quality of the Graphite in the ground (Sri Lanka graphite is probably the best). Take a look at Elcora Resources and First Graphene Resources Elcora are quoted on the US and Canadian markets (Market cap around £9m), they have the ability to produce good quality graphene and they have entered into a strategic partnership with Lockheed Martin on Li-Ion Anode Technology http://www.stockhouse.com/news/press-releases/2017/11/29/lockheed-martin-enters-strategic-partnership-with-elcora-advanced-materials-to First Graphene Resources are quoted on the Aussie market (market cap around £35m) and they are currently exploring the possibility of listing on AIM: https://www.firstgraphite.com.au/investor-relations/asx-announcements?task=document.viewdoc&id=381 They produce various grades of graphene and micrographite and have a variety of collaborations on the go with industry and academia
timbo003
07/10/2018
19:40
https://uk.search.yahoo.com/search?p=chumbawamba+tubthumping&fr=iphone&.tsrc=apple&pcarrier=O2&pmcc=234&pmnc=10
fhasson
07/10/2018
17:11
After he sold, a few days later I think, there was a large order placed for versarien, something like 100k, which roughly matches his order size when he sold. I could be wrong but....
ih_683047
06/10/2018
06:42
The Ray Gibbs sale has certainly spooked the market in these shares. Haydale obviously need substantial orders for the share price to recover before the obligatory fund raising that will be needed otherwise.
aussi
05/10/2018
14:59
Not sure why he sold when he is still employed by the company?
encarter
05/10/2018
13:21
With Ray Gibbs sale and share price drop ,does not look promising.
p@
04/10/2018
18:33
There are tons of exploraration mining companies in csnada. Mason,berkwood, northern, etc. All pennies. No revenue.
ih_683047
03/10/2018
16:41
Waste of time investing in a graphite mining company. None of them is going to make good money - there are too many of them and a glut of the stuff - and many of them don't produce grades good enough to become part of the graphene boom. The idea they they are the "pick and shovel" end of the industry and bound to benefit from graphene growth is a myth. Some of those miners whose share price has climbed on this myth will sink back down. Don't take my word - read the global surveys and draw your own conclusions.
grabster
01/10/2018
16:14
My pleasure. Flinders are in fact on the ASX, but the project is in Sweden, so have followed them for that, but the cost of production is against them. edit, Flinders are now called Leading Edge Metals https://leadingedgematerials.com
andy
01/10/2018
16:10
Thanks for that Andy.
meijiman
01/10/2018
16:00
meijiman30 Sep '18 - 19:30 - 664 of 664 I don't think there is one to be honest, not in production anyway. Canada has a few, but can't remember one in production off the top of my head, Flinders was mothballed awaiting higher prices.
andy
30/9/2018
19:30
Maybe not then,,though I like the idea. There is an Aussie company with a mine in Madagascar but don't really fancy that..so was looking for UK quoted.
meijiman
30/9/2018
16:43
The world is currently awash with companies buying up disused old graphite mines intending to reopen them and excitedly inviting investors to buy. Many of those mines are disused for a reason - poor quality low grade material. There is no shortage of the stuff.
grabster
30/9/2018
14:48
Which are the quoted graphite mining companies-thanks?
meijiman
30/9/2018
13:05
jonwig_ I am inclined to agree with you - Only reason I asked re miners is that I am invited to a pitch by a graphite miner and wondered whether or not to go- Thanks for you comment.
pugugly
30/9/2018
11:46
PUG - I'd never heard of HAYD until now. Not my cup of tea at all, and nor I'm afraid are mining companies.
jonwig
30/9/2018
11:43
jonwig - Page one of the report says it all - Massive losses as far as the eye can see - Undervalue -v- peer group BUT that says bugg*r all - Most if not all are imo well over hyped with hope value Some may/well become multi-babbers but a massive gamble and on balance a level investment in every company in the space will be likely to end up in tears. Any thoughts on Graphite miners?
pugugly
30/9/2018
11:37
Hardman & Co have produced a 52-page report on the company. Very enthusiastic - understandably as the company sponsored it! Http://hardmanandco.com/docs/default-source/company-docs/haydale-graphene-industries-documents/26.09.18-exuberance-reality-enlightenment-now-to-follow.pdf?dm_i=49CL,DKR9,2HK33M,1ISK4,1
jonwig
28/9/2018
23:42
Time to sell on monday for me. The dream is over! 😢😢😢
ih_683047
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