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
  +5.50p +5.95% 98.00p 96.00p 100.00p 99.00p 92.00p 92.00p 76,246 14:59:47
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 3.0 -5.6 -28.0 - 26.78

Haydale Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/5/2018
13:45
Positive comment from Martins Rubber: hxxps://www.openpr.com/news/1031428/Rubber-manufacturer-improves-dynamic-properties-of-elastomer.html
1looking
20/4/2018
23:21
Many thanks, Timbo. Excellent spots. "Haydale has significant expertise in GRP and Thermoplastic pipes for water, sewerage." I doubt that the company would be saying that unless there is confidence that the trials with Flowtite will prove successful.
knownowt
20/4/2018
15:09
Here's the abstract: https://smart.materialsconferences.com/speaker/2018/ray-gibbs-haydale-limited-uk
timbo003
20/4/2018
14:25
An interesting tweet from Ray Gibbs last night, although I doubt if he named any of the "ten or so".
timbo003
16/4/2018
15:28
Thanks, so including todays news just over 20% of shares is with investments companies. Now we just missing some good news "some good sales results" etc
sharki9
16/4/2018
15:07
Try https://markets.ft.com/data/equities/tearsheet/profile?s=hayd:LSE
petewy
16/4/2018
14:48
You can look back through past RNSs: https://www.investegate.co.uk/Index.aspx?searchtype=3&words=hayd or, if the company could be bothered they might update their own website here: hxxp://www.haydale-ir.com/content/investors/shareholder-information.asp
jaknife
16/4/2018
13:34
Anyone have some place where you can check which funds invested in the company and %At the moment I'm aware of Credit S. april 2018Legal and G Oct 2017Octopus invest. April 2016There was something in March 2017 but "discretionary clients"
sharki9
16/4/2018
10:08
Great news, I am stunned however!
dplewis1
16/4/2018
09:29
Holdings RNS - Credit Suisse buys 4.9% of Haydale!
bobby1904
03/4/2018
00:43
ALBA!!! One to watch but don't hang around. Potential 15 bagger. See link below hTTp://www.alignresearch.co.uk/alba-minerals/the-bluejay-mining-alba-minerals-conundrum/
stephen2010
28/3/2018
21:35
Interesting to hear at Versarien's open day in Cheltenham today, the ceo explaining that Haydale is a customer of theirs. So they do apparently buy good stuff sometimes ;-)
grabster
26/3/2018
09:58
Martin Kemp is speaking on behalf of Versarien in Berlin next month. Martin was previously Business Development Director at Haydale. hTTps://www.idtechex.com/europe2018/show/en/speakers/11592/?view=electric-vehicles:C189
grabster
25/3/2018
11:16
jkok Indeed, most of the development capital that was required to generate geographical reach and diversification (one off costs) has now been raised and deployed, so it is now up to Haydale management to grow revenue according to plan to ensure they reach break even without any further equity based capital raise. Agreed, Versarein looks over valued at these levels and they will need real revenue rather than just talk if they going to avoid going back to shareholders (mainly retail) for further funds.
timbo003
23/3/2018
15:27
JakNife Also will start looking at ALY...superb brandname, but key is the owner TCM...highly dodgy CEO who has been kicked out. Kitchen sink results coming, products do have some value, but the issue is what's it worth KOOV....this one is hilarious...no really
savagedstock
23/3/2018
15:11
Sticking with Haydale rather than shorts! I thought Haydale had just done a major fundraise (£9M)and also were setting up in the Far East? Their US company also seems to have orders so not all bad. Chinese investment as well. I agree that VRS seems overvalued but they also are making inroads into China.
jkok1
23/3/2018
10:50
Please it wasn't criticism, I like a good dose of honesty! I have a large short already on UKOG, I still think that it has further to go though as the results are due soon, they will be bad and there's still a huge convertible loan out there. NTOG has always looked poor but it's too small at £5m to get a short on. In the graphene space AGM also looks a dreadful business. VRS is also massively overvalued but very popular. Am looking at TLY now.
jaknife
23/3/2018
10:41
JakNife I do not mean to be vitriolic but the way I write is to the point, so apologies if it comes across that way.... the other one i am following is TLY, but I would not short here. It has fallen from its last placing at 55p down to 26p now, but in the meantime they have acquired a business with £77M of turnover....they have a few cheerleaders (who i think i have upset!), but wait for teh results due by end March...it may well be worth a punt from the long side as i doubt it will go to zero like HAYD Others i will look at if I get time are NTOG, UKOG etc
savagedstock
23/3/2018
10:30
savagedstock, Agree entirely and on that basis I am short. Are there any others that you feel equally vitriolic about? JakNife
jaknife
23/3/2018
10:27
It is interesting to read the posts on here - the technology is uncertain as no one really knows how the market will play out, or even if graphene itself will be superseded by a new material. What we DO know is 1) HAYD is making huge losses 2) Cash burn is high and on current trajectory has only a few months left 3) the CEO has zero credibility, and even less now with a share price some 30% below the last placing 4) new money will be required, and at what price 50p, 40p or 10p? 5) there is little chance of HAYD being acquired as they have little IP of any value. It is now about how long they can limp along, which is hardly what you expect from an allegedly rapidly growing tech company...
savagedstock
23/3/2018
00:40
grabster, I agree with your second paragraph. Sentiment is not on Haydale's side at the moment and some investors are certainly getting impatient, as evidenced by the recent weakness in the share price. As Ed Stacy suggests, should graphene become commoditized, it is likely to be the companies which can add value who will be well positioned and as it stands, Haydale seem to be in a good position to do that. Should such a situation arise, then it is more likely to be the graphene producers and in particularly those who do not have their own source of high quality graphite who are the ones who are most likely to be squeezed. This could be further exacerbated if the lithium battery market grows as fast as predicted, as they would then also be in competition for graphite with the battery manufacturers.
timbo003
22/3/2018
09:07
This recent Ed Stacey quote of where Haydale sits in the nano marketplace, based on Ray Gibbs' own comments, is a fair one in my opinion: "Haydale specialises in the integration of nano-materials into commercial and industrial technologies. We argue that this is a good position to occupy within the value chain – exposed to end market growth but not exposed (negatively) to the likely future price compression in raw graphene or other nano-materials.̶1; A lot of companies will occupy that rapidly evolving territory - hundreds of them all over the world. Thousands maybe. Each will be shopping for ingredient supplies and aggressively competing with each other. Haydale have already acknowledged that they have found it difficult to find reliable supplies of graphene at a price they are able to pay. Rather than try harder, it seems to me that they have shifted their focus into recipes that involve nano materials other than graphene. Fair enough. (Though the heading of this thread identifies Haydale as 'graphene specialist' which might be how they wanted to be percieved at launch but is no longer an accurate description. And the company is still named Haydale Graphene Industries plc) I lived near Ammanford for 14 years. Some of my contacts around there are familiar with Haydale, hence my ongoing interest in how things pan out for the company. In appearing to back away from direct involvement with graphene to some degree, they are also backing away from the enthusiasm that investors attach to graphene, and some of those investors I suspect will move on.
grabster
21/3/2018
21:53
>>Grabster, I'm not sure Haydale will end up buying very much Graphene from anyone. I suspect it's more likely that most of their graphene and other nano-material income will be derived from licencing fees and toll fees, with the end user purchasing the graphene raw material, but I could be wrong about that. There are no graphene suppliers who can produce single layer graphene (SLG) in quantities suitable for most commercial applications as far as I am aware, so I doubt if anyone has supplied useful amounts of SLG to Haydale for evaluation. Likewise for VFLG and FLG, I am not aware of any suppliers of what you might consider essentially pure material, as all the materials on offer (in the public domain) contain at least 10% MLG. There may be graphene producers who can make more refined material but have chosen not to publish their data sheets for whatever reason (and this could include AMG), but I doubt it. Note: I now realise I was probably a bit out on the estimated likely cost for graphene for use in composites in the post above (#538) and it is likely to be priced at around the same level as (or slightly above) carbon fibre in order to gain wide spread adoption, therefore I have amended the estimated range to $20 - $200 per kilo.
timbo003
21/3/2018
20:27
Post 534 is the most salient on here....the only update on that is how will they be able to raise cash at a share price markedly lower than their last raise....and who will they con to do it....this is not a company but a third rate project that will end up in liquidation
savagedstock
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