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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Helium One Global Ltd LSE:HE1 London Ordinary Share VGG4392T1075 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 7.05 2,114,684 08:00:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.90 7.20 7.095 6.99 7.05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 43
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:28 O 57,385 7.075 GBX

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30/11/2021
08:20
Helium One Global Daily Update: Helium One Global Ltd is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HE1. The last closing price for Helium One Global was 7.05p.
Helium One Global Ltd has a 4 week average price of 6.95p and a 12 week average price of 6.45p.
The 1 year high share price is 28.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.75p.
There are currently 615,498,925 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,123,783 shares. The market capitalisation of Helium One Global Ltd is £43,392,674.21.
04/11/2021
12:35
rangenoresources: One of the reasons I am invested in HE1"Helium prices have been rising faster than gas itself. It was valued at $0.8356 per cubic foot this time last year, but now sits at $26.47".The price is only going to get higher and HE1 profits bigger once they move into production after Helium discovery.
03/11/2021
07:10
rangenoresources: Had interesting news last night from a friend who originally recommended HE1 to me. He says HE1 definitely discovered helium on their recent drilling campaign but due to a technicality they couldn’t say it was a “proven” asset. They plan to do this with the shallow drilling and the weather is favourable in Tanzania so expect news this side of Christmas. He also thinks the share price drop allows people to load up ahead of next rise. I won’t be averaging down just yet but if I can free some money up I will do.
28/10/2021
08:53
pop31: Blind_Fortune : so does this mean another share issue to raise capital? At what price? Could dilute the share price ........
04/10/2021
18:10
rich2006: Rnr I don’t know what the news articles says and to be frank(which I am not)😄 I couldn’t give a toss about HE1 news. Going by the market reaction it must of been really “great news” as it has set the he1 share price on fire… Not! As previously requested stop posting your dribble, inaccurate and false information on the AEX bb RangenoResources4 Oct '21 - 13:16 - 3421 of 3424 0 0 0 Rich2006 - thanks for reminding those who hadn’t seen my original post. Awfully decent of you to do my work at no cost :) I am sure you agree it’s an excellent article by proactiveinvestors
21/9/2021
16:39
rocketblast: EQT wot a mess, sorry guys more to fall.. HE1 looks like further to fall and share price LOSS keeps falling arghhh!!. How Low How Soon some say 5p or less to come. Its a disaster with only bubbles and NO News !!
19/9/2021
10:15
rocketblast: HE1 looks like further to fall and share price LOSS next week. How Low How Soon some say 5p or less to come. Its a disaster with only bubbles and NO News !!
18/9/2021
15:13
rangenoresources: So you keep saying but share price doesn't reflect that.HE1 has higher company value even after share price drop
08/9/2021
13:57
pop31: kiplig : thanks for the numbers. I actually asked this question a few days ago, but didn't know where to get the info. I was alluding to the same point - if they are getting remunerated oodles of cash a year, their relatively small investments in HE1 cannot be stated as confidence rather than a punt ......... If I earn £500k a year, £20k investment is really just a punt, in my books. Now, if the CEO buys £500k of shares, THAT would be a proper vote of confidence .......... The chairman's investment is maybe a little harder to pick apart, since £300k of investment is a fair bit, even if he is earning £500k per year! But it was done way at the beginning at 2.84p per share and subsequent investment has been nominal. The takeaway here is not to infer that the managers of this company are tied to the success or failure of the share price in the same way or for the same reasons as us PIs. For various reasons, they probably are totally disconnected from our motivations. For example, from a personal financial point of view, the CEO doesn't care if the share price goes to 0.01p per share, as long as he is still getting his £500k per year ........ at least for the time being.
22/8/2021
08:53
rocketblast: Brokers keen on HE1. Cowie topping up i am sure as the latest drilling is looking positive with results coming soon. Can the Helium One share price rise more and beyond 30p.. On paper, there is a lot going for it. The gas has proven uses. Its share has been lapped up by investors since its listing on the AIM exchange last year. This suggests confidence in it. It reached a high of 28p earlier this month. This is why 30p is a realistic target and some say 100p plus. Helium is in great demand and HE1 Basin could be the largest in the World. RNS soon i am sure..still not too late to get in like Cowie who is probably keener on HE1 especially at reduced risks with the larger second Helium drilling hole.
22/8/2021
06:02
bmwman3: An article from THE TIMES --- Few things focus the mind on the risks of stock market investment so sharply as a share's price plunging by 52 per cent in a day. Sad to say, that's what happened to me recently.Now here's the funny thing: this wasn't the worst setback my life savings suffered during the summer holiday. So those of you who are here only to watch me fall off the wire should enjoy this week's column, while others might learn something useful from my misfortune.Regular readers may have guessed that the first of my shocking setbacks relates to Helium One Global (stock market ticker: HE1). This gas exploration outfit reported on August 11 that it had drilled more than a kilometre down into the Great Rift Valley in Tanzania but failed to find commercial quantities of helium.That's no laughing matter for investors who had chased the share price up to 28.5p on intoxicating hopes of a huge reservoir near Mount Kilimanjaro. No wonder the price deflated like a burst balloon to trade at 10.3p.Thank heavens I reported my original investment by emphasising the extreme riskiness of this venture. To be precise, my piece in this paper in April began with the words: "Bonkers, totally bonkers. That would be a reasonable reaction to what I have just done - especially if you said it in a squeaky, high-pitched voice."It went on "the shares could be worthless within weeks if the wells prove dry", and did not flinch from reporting an armed insurrection in a neighbouring country that left decapitated bodies in the streets. For the avoidance of any doubt, it added: "Perhaps I had better emphasise that this column is not financial advice, and no recommendation is implied by what is merely the personal account of one DIY investor."My two subsequent reports on Helium One Global urged shareholders to consider turning paper profits into real ones. For example, when the shares traded at 27p in June, I said: "This could end in tears. Anyone who will cry if we lose money should sell now."This rollercoaster ride demonstrates that diversification is the simplest way to cope with the uncertainty of investment. I invested just over 1 per cent of my life savings, which is enough to care about but not enough to lose any sleep over.Literally, because when an old friend rang me just after 7am to tell me about Helium One Global's announcement, I put in a call to its chief executive - which he did not pick up - and then went back to sleep. I was on holiday, after all.Unlike my friend, who bailed out that day, I did not sell any shares because I believe the global demand for helium and the long-term likelihood of Helium One Global finding the gas remain unchanged.
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