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
  +4.50p +4.15% 113.00p 112.00p 114.00p 114.50p 108.50p 108.50p 78,308 15:31:40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 3.0 -5.6 -28.0 - 30.88

Haydale Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/1/2018
16:20
Knownowt Regards your post 481....Your user name sums you up absolutely.... for your info my username is taken after one of the smartest investors i ever knew, who died too young.... so keep dreaming on this one....there is no substance to the company whatsoever...
savagedstock
21/12/2017
11:36
Bobby they don't even produce graphene and have no idea how much will cost them. Haydale are simply a customer to graphene companies. Trouble is they made promises to companies having not checked what the going rate for good graphene is. Perhaps that's why they lost a contract, who knows, with 7 made redundant. Chris looks like a solid graphene guy to have had but he has gone now, let's see if some other graphene company picks him up.
superg1
05/12/2017
11:33
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=L8yVWbjFPA8
talk2dubya
05/12/2017
11:20
Anyone researching these, look at their conection to samsung and samsungs graphine battery and graphene folding screen development.
encarter
01/12/2017
15:03
Tempting at this price
jeffyplz
29/11/2017
13:58
Don’t think it’s better than VRS, but the market for grapehene is hot so in myself.
talk2dubya
29/11/2017
07:44
Think this is better than VRS. Catch up time here imo!!
bobby1904
28/11/2017
15:49
I'm back in again. Also doing well in VRS.
petewy
24/11/2017
14:47
There won't be any reason to apologise, we all have to make our own investment decisions. I hope you're right if you've invested. Nonetheless for me at present the entire sector is built on sand. I think there'll be some winners no doubt as this type of commercial frivolity eventually subsides and those that get the message eventually succeed. In the meantime i'll watch the sector from the sidelines. good luck with your investment, personally i think there are better higher risk opportunities. "follow the chart and trade what you see not what you think regardless of the fundamentals" easy to write not always easy to do, even for us believers woody
woodcutter
24/11/2017
14:06
Woody, I think that you are wrong; and that they do understand only too well the commercial realities of running a profitable business, hence the recent placing to fund growth. The increase in overheads was brought about by the two acquisitions, both strategic, giving the company presence in two very important territories. From the Chairman's statement : We now believe that we have a global presence in the world markets serving customers wanting our performance enhancing advanced materials to improve their own products. Post year end, we began operating out of Taiwan to meet demand for biomedical screen-printed sensors for the SMBG market. (SMBG = self monitoring of blood glucose which is, regrettably for many people, a market growing strongly) In a year's time I shall apologize if I am wrong, but then this is what creates a market.
knownowt
24/11/2017
11:16
Well after watching the ray gibbs video i thought this business had much to offer so i then looked at their last prelims and decided like most graphene companies at present it's uninvestible. saw the revenue, COS and gross margin and thought this has probably got great operational gearing! then i saw the overheads, over £7m you've got to be having a g---raffe!!! When asked in the latest video why the share price wasn't responding Ray Gibbs should have answered probably because we're spending far too much on overheads and we need to reduce our cost base. But he's on £181K per years including all his benefits so that's unlikely. i've no doubt many of these graphene businesses may have a future but they're all going to have to go through the painfull experience of understanding the commercial realities of running a profitable business. Even the accounts are misleading the gross profit was technically £2110K and only £3011K with other income included. It would need to generate approximately £12m of revenue just to break even and the forward order book is approx £6m and much of this is spread over 3 years. I then looked at the remuneration report in the last results. directors total emoluments were over £500K and there's five non execs. Like a lot of early stage academic R&D pharma businesses it's a gravy train business that needs a dose of commercial reality you can expect more fund raisings imo. graphene is a little like the word "blockchain" put it in your business title and everyone will be impressed.................until the numbers start to appear. Just about every graphene business on the market is in the same boat. VRS has shot up recently wait until the numbers appear!! Everyone of the VRS collaboration RNS's has no mention of any commercial numbers Oh! except the fundrasing figures woody
woodcutter
24/11/2017
00:07
There's a new interview with Ray Gibbs on Proactive: http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/stocktube/8408/haydale-graphene-on-track-with-an-increased-focus-on-commercialisation-8408.html The anti-counterfeiting tech certainly sounds and looks interesting, there's a short video on the Haydale Twitter feed which demonstrates the principle https://twitter.com/HaydaleGraphene The Annual report published this week http://www.haydale-ir.com/archive/reports/2017ar.pdf ....and there is a now date for the AGM (Tuesday Dec 12th) which I will endeavor to attend again this year.
timbo003
23/11/2017
16:08
Nice tree shake today . Now it really is time to buy at this price
andysandy
23/11/2017
11:47
knownowt thanks for filtering me...after today's move there's much more to come.....an arrogant and inept management team will drive this to the wall. i wonder how the shareholders who participated recently are feeling now?
savagedstock
22/11/2017
16:25
Stig Agreed...having watched this company from inception, looked closely at the management from pre ipo onwards, their technology etc, this is going to need more cash within a few months...the question is who will be willing to chuck more in...
savagedstock
16/11/2017
22:24
Nanotech results were uninspiring. So no nano company with a future???!
petewy
12/11/2017
13:10
Nanotech report Thursday. Interested to see how it does. 56% of shares are owned by Institutions. I am not holding any nano shares which shocks me.
petewy
02/11/2017
11:34
I doubt HAYD will meet those projections pie in the sky rubbish from Arden
the stigologist
02/11/2017
10:48
Arden (Haydale’s new broker) have now issued an initation broker note on Haydale (dated 31st October). It comes with a buy recommendation and three price targets, reflecting three different scenarios: ...* Base: 172p/share ...* Upside: 228p/share ...* Max upside: 339p/share These values are derived using a 5-year discounted cash flow method. Arden also point out that when compared to most other quoted companies in the sector (Applied Graphene Materials, Directa Plus, Versarien, Graphene 3D lab, NanoXplore, Saint Jean Carbon) that Haydale shares look relatively cheap (based on a price to book ratio). Revenue estimates are £4.8m, £6.0m, £8.6m £11.0m £14.5m for 2018 thru 2022, with corresponding pre-tax profits of (£4.2), (£1.0m), £1.1. £2.6, £5.1.
timbo003
31/10/2017
20:08
RNS - Legal & General buy close to 5% of Haydale. Happy days!!
bobby1904
27/10/2017
16:45
SS, You are patently not a holder of equity in this company so why bother to post on this BB. You have nothing to say of any value to shareholders, you do not understand what this business is about. Your pseudonym says it all. FILTERED
knownowt
27/10/2017
10:50
timbo in general you are absolutely right, but in this case shorting is more about the long term fundamentals than a quick trade ahead of a placing, of which there will be many more....shorting is risky given they can rustle up an rns that leads to a spike, but the more savvy investors i feel can see through that....
savagedstock
27/10/2017
08:54
Don't forget a lot of shares were held in crest which meant you could not apply for the placing in that way ,as the shares on the open market were only a fraction above the price of 120 it was not worth the bother of going through the process of applying
tel5
26/10/2017
17:34
>>>>SS Today's announcement was not about a placing as you have inferred, it concerned the open offer component of an intended £9m equity raise. The company had previously announced that they had raised £6.9m in the placing part of the fund raise (they were originally going for just £6m) In the Open offer they were going for a maximum of £3m and raised £2.3m, so the total raised from the placing and open offer was £9.2m which is slightly more than the original plan (£9m). It can be quite dangerous shorting after a fund raise, for example Zoo digital raised funds this April via a discounted placing at 9p/share (in which I participated), the shares are now standing at over 60p/share. If you want to short something, surely you would be better off going short in anticipation a fund raise before it happens, rather than go short after the event?
timbo003
26/10/2017
12:17
This has to be a short...only 75% take up on their placing. I cannot remember a time when a Broker did not raise the amount stated...So 1) maybe this area is really not as strong as people think...too much puff 2) little faith in management to execute - i would have thought that the CEO would quit immediately when he went for a cash raise but could not meet it...3) something else...like there's no real business traction or strategy...ultimately investors are not stupid (though they can be for short periods of time)...
savagedstock
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