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Hydrodec Group Plc LSE:HYR London Ordinary Share GB00BFD2QZ40 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 3.25 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 11.6 -5.2 -95.7 - 1

Hydrodec Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/8/2018
08:27
Tree shake to all time lows but should be good recovery play from here
1savvyinvestor
03/8/2018
08:25
Hmmmm….latest reported performance is good and I like the sound of this closed loop refining model. Could be good!
tonytyke2
27/7/2018
09:47
Someone has been reducing but there hasn’t been enough buying to match
capricious
27/7/2018
09:22
Anyone feeling brave enough to have a dabble?
targatarga
24/7/2018
11:16
what is going on here? You can sell large amounts of stock but can't buy anything. Any explanation?
1savvyinvestor
22/6/2018
14:36
Yep, site access, at least for me, for around 6 months, has been atrocious. Doesn't connect, or when it does, it's often unbearably slow. Edit: Their data centre had a major outage, and no date is given for the fix. Regarding sp The price action looked odd, or the spread which didn't reflect the trades going through... now jumping around.
capricious
22/6/2018
14:23
2 250 000 bought at .015 anyone else having problem with lse bb today
timmy11
22/6/2018
14:18
The relatively quiet board vs trade activity, suggests the majority are now cautious about reading into things, unless it's set in stone.
capricious
20/6/2018
16:40
looking good IMHO
tonytyke2
19/6/2018
08:58
perhaps they're being supported above a certain price to allow the fundraising above a penny!
targatarga
19/6/2018
08:09
Expecting the worst imho
targatarga
18/6/2018
14:03
I suppose the main lender still gets his 10% interest!
targatarga
09/6/2018
07:03
Smell of dilution or collapseMight be an entry price somewhere but further to fall first
trentendboy
08/6/2018
14:02
Decided to unload my holding... Another in a line of bad investments.. gla
targatarga
31/5/2018
17:28
I am ok with those results as expected, business looks to be improving/turning IMO: - First full year EBITDA - Improvements in US with increased feedstock availability - Increased demand for end product - Margin strong and improving
tonytyke2
31/5/2018
16:54
The shortage of feedstock excuse has been rolled out every year for a decade so it's probably never going to change. If anything, the problem should get worse. Meanwhile, heavy losses are reported again, even after cost cutting - and even if it does include a small carry-over from last year's disposal, there doesn't seem any realistic prospect that Hydrodec can ever generate cash in its current form. Even after new acquisitions - assuming they can be funded - Hydride's core business looks doomed and may be destined for disposal if they can get something better off the ground. Meanwhile, AB's pockets obviously aren't bottomless or he wouldn't have needed a credit facility.
pr100
31/5/2018
15:16
The charge is on his entire portfolio, which includes the Hydrodec holding. Unless the portfolio is one of many and the other holdings are nominal, then it's less likely to be what you describe. I'm more inclined to think given the recent cash injection without interest, he isn't walking away. The revolving credit piques my interest... how large a facility? Could be anything. Slickers is expanding, and he has other businesses, including that around his love of horses/racing. There is possible future Hydrodec expansion, and a date in September where the next long term strategy will finalise. The least happy outcome, is not so much what you posted but seeing the company go private, just as operationally speaking, the only thing holding them back, is fulfilling the strong demand for their excellent product.
capricious
31/5/2018
13:58
The Andrew Black RNS is not good news. This is a device used in the past by some dodgy directors to divest shares simply by walking away from similar secured credit facilities - all while still claiming full ownership. That may not be AB's intention of course. Indeed, he may be effectively raising cash against his existing shares to fund some new Hydrodec expansion or acquisition. But until this transpires, this deal doesn't look too good.
pr100
31/5/2018
12:34
Interesting time to slip out the results - lunchtime. Outlook statement holds out some hope, not least a date (September) for concluding and implementing its review of growth options. "Despite a challenging Q1 2018, and subject to delivering its principal objective of accessing further feedstock, Hydrodec's business continues to offer significant upside with a strong forward order book in the US; the first material sale of carbon credits and excellent quality production. The Board is pleased to report that recently all six processing "trains" in Canton have been operating - the first time, save for a few days in January, since August 2017 - due to improved feedstock supply driving utilisation. The Board is also focused on developing a stronger balance sheet and finalising the Board's review of its various growth options, which it intends to conclude and implement by the end of September 2018. These include opportunities for internal and organic business growth as well as strategic acquisition opportunities and partnerships if, and only if, they are seen by the Board to add shareholder value."
1gw
03/5/2018
00:12
Take it on the chin Feedstock troubles that they can't seem to resolve.
dailylarma
02/5/2018
09:20
I had wondered when there was a slight delay with the RNS. To be honest, for me, the the picture is one of what could be a very profitable business, only held back by feedstock constraints. I posted here or elsewhere, that the particularly bad weather would have an impact. Things will improve somewhat from Q2 but only significantly once they source better feedstock partnership deals. Even with lower volumes, they had better EBITDA at Canton, than previous years.
capricious
02/5/2018
07:42
and so it goes on and on and on and on, ad infinitum. Will Mr Black take us out of our misery. He's had enough time to do this already,so I suspect not.
corrientes
02/5/2018
07:39
Just feels like this is an endless struggle to get anywhere near profitability. Just have to forget about the shares for several years and then see if the business is actually viable. When you look at what is actually needed to get to proper profitability, its a big gap from where it is now. The business of consulting with investment banking, strategic value for shareholders, partnerships, acquisitions, just makes it look as if they know the business isn't viable as it is and perhaps some takeout in a year or so for say 5p is actually the hope.
yump
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