Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hydrodec Group LSE:HYR London Ordinary Share GB00B02FJF09 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.05p +3.28% 1.575p 1.55p 1.60p 1.60p 1.525p 1.525p 2,473,567 14:00:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 13.6 -5.5 -0.9 - 11.76

Hydrodec Share Discussion Threads

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21/8/2017
11:35
Nice start to the morning. I still think there is a fairly large disconnect between progress and the share price Before the fire, with the old reactors & smaller capacity, and minus funding for the UK, the share price was around 5-8p. Now they have improved reactors, in capacity and quality rage, with about the same debt load, we are at 1.5-1.6p. Maybe with the crude market issues earlier in the recovery process, and re-engagement with the customer base, has meant a slower margin trajectory. Even so, and accounting for the enlarged share issue, we should be at around 3p.
capricious
17/8/2017
16:03
I was the 1m buy yesterday (plus a 250k later on). Today just the one 500k. On both days someone else was buying at almost exactly the same time, which I guess was just down to seeing the price drop on low volume and thinking that's low enough for a(nother) buy. Also on both days I couldn't initially get a quote for 1m (I tried again today), so it suggests to me there's not a huge demand to sell down at these prices.
1gw
17/8/2017
14:29
Hi 1gw, Are you the one buying 500k at a go? What is annoying is the familiar pattern, a sell at discount, or drop on no volume, then some large buys. I assume it's not but feels fairly orchestrated in it's consistency.
capricious
17/8/2017
12:44
And that's me in for a few more. As well as the factors in my previous post I think maybe there's a chance of a bit of a rise into the results, who knows - maybe the circus will return? Straws, clutching, me?
1gw
17/8/2017
11:28
Down she goes
vitamal
16/8/2017
12:54
I've just bought another chunk. While I think there is the risk of waking up one morning to read about a discounted placing, or other fund-raising which reduces the share price, I think there is also the possibility of waking up to read about a sale/merger of the company. When I re-read the AGM statement, it still feels like management believe the company has something valuable and is moving in the right direction. And while maybe "words are cheap" I do like the focus in the statement on shareprice considerations, in particular the comments on "deliver accretive value for shareholders" and "shareholder value".
1gw
09/8/2017
10:59
The market is looking pretty good for rerefined products, with strong demand out to at least a couple of months. Hopefully Hydrodec is getting some of this action, and they have a ready supply of feedstock to take advantage.
capricious
07/8/2017
12:51
😀 share price getting stronger and should tick up soon. Can sell over 700k above bid. Load up time
market master
02/8/2017
12:30
Well that buy should make it harder to hold the share price back, lets just hope 2p doesn't see Aviva return
capricious
01/8/2017
14:50
I have topped up twice in the past few days, IMO it looked well oversold also. Keeping my fingers X'd...(:-) TT
tonytyke
01/8/2017
13:49
I assume the volume pick up is speculation/interest on the next update. Also as posted WTI did break $50 with a retrace from there, should've traded that as a target, as it didn't take a seer to see that coming.
capricious
01/8/2017
10:56
That late entry looked like a buy, price action seems to be facilitating such purchases on the cheaper side.
capricious
28/7/2017
17:19
970k shares bought 1.65 shown up after trading
timmy11
28/7/2017
11:52
Seems the MMs are playing this one for whatever reason, not a lot we can do at this stage. WTI is looking to break $50, probably wont average much beyond that even if it does but it's a turn in sentiment, hopefully provides positive pressure to resale vs feedstock.
capricious
28/7/2017
11:51
Well having held for years I sold out this morning. I should have sold ages ago but sometimes you hang on against all logic hoping things will improve, however that should not prevent you eventually calling home what money is left. The financial position is precarious to say the least, the company is vulnerable to AB and with a cap of just 11.6M it scarcely justifies being listed. One look at the long term chart says it all. Maybe I'm wrong and have cunningly bailed out at just the wrong time - we'll see. Good luck to those who remain.
alanrussell
28/7/2017
10:51
Watching this very carefully now & thinking about adding more imminently. After the opening transactions today there has been a decent volley of buys. Perhaps people are looking for this to be the bottom for now?
tonytyke2
27/7/2017
12:30
As long as the financing is used for significant growth, probably not just in the US. Although the US provides the best and most easily accessible market, some expansion in other regions is necessary. (with better feedstock availability/less competition) Maybe not as ambitious as in previous years, i.e UK/Japan but more geared towards licensing and or JVs. Mexico imports a significant amount. India and China would be great but then sadly they can be prone to graft/ip theft/promises that often don't materialise. Places where they need oil but don't have the natural resource must surely have interest to become more self sustaining. There must be a number of options being looked at, maybe on the radar, is the search for a major partner that has the resources to create a more global footprint. How that scenario impacts holders, I don't know as I don't have enough experience of such matters. Maybe shares are converted/swapped for a new entity. I don't mean this to be a prediction or speculation but many options must be considered I guess. Personally I don't think a simple sale is one of the options.
capricious
26/7/2017
19:35
I wonder if the circus has any plans to return? Seems awfully quiet here these days. Everyone waiting for clarity on what the financing plans are I suppose. "we need to realise a step change in the products and services currently offered by the Group, in addition to ensuring that the Group's capital structure enables the business to realise such a change" sounds like financing required before step change can be delivered. "explore options which will deliver accretive value for shareholders and provide significant strategic growth whilst fully leveraging the significant progress made over the last eighteen months" sounds good, but what is the risk that the financing plans do involve significant dilution before the accretion can be realised?
1gw
29/6/2017
08:41
I think all those L trades must've been due to some problem that saw the days without any trades. I wouldn't have thought that the recent RNS would see us drop further but if the MM drops the price and there are takers, then that's where we are going.
capricious
27/6/2017
17:49
I'm not sure what the MMs are up to, why all trades are Late, and the no trade days just before this RNS. We had the 2ml trade, I wonder if the MMs can take the trades onto their books, and then not show up?
capricious
27/6/2017
17:26
Was seriously considering going but don't live near anymore, and I thought it might just be a short formality with the smaller UK presence... and then they go an throw something interesting into the mix. Yes very upbeat RNS, which again has no impact on the market. I guess with Aviva (although we've heard nothing for months), possible funds for capital growth etc, interest has waned somewhat.
capricious
27/6/2017
16:07
Very upbeat AGM statement & surprised there's been no share price reaction, other than it's all a bit mysterious & possibly folks are waiting to see what's going on. Anyone attend the AGM who could give us some clues?
mortimer7
27/6/2017
08:40
Yes I think there is something on the cards. It might be a jv/partnership with a fund raising from Hydrodec's side, and funds from a new third party. It could be that(not quite sure how it would work) holders are given a percentage of their holdings in a new entity/arrangement. As to the rest, the performance is great. As I've posted before, the gross profit for 2016 was well below historic norms. With the rapidly increasing transformer sales mix, I can see a path t at least getting to break even (into 2018), and not just EBITDA
capricious
27/6/2017
07:40
Yes, reading between the lines, it looks like they're exploring something quite significant and perhaps the share price drop indicates that if there is a big placing for an acquisition, its going to be at 2p ish not 4p ish.
yump
27/6/2017
07:30
Sounds like they have something fairly big in mind. Can't see how a big placing is going to add much shareholder value in the short-term unless maybe it is twinned with a big acquisition. How about selling out to a better-financed company which would give hyr shareholders equity in the enlarged operation?
1gw
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