Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ilika LSE:IKA London Ordinary Share GB00B608Z994 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -1.45% 34.00p 33.50p 34.50p 34.50p 33.75p 34.50p 101,733 08:36:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 1.1 -3.9 -4.8 - 26.66

Ilika Share Discussion Threads

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14/7/2017
00:40
It's easy to take that quote out of context if we are not carefull...... it states "Brexit risk" The Group has reviewed the potential impact of Brexit on the risks identified above (In other words - 'commercial risk, financial risk, intelectual property risk, dependence on senior mangement and key staff') and believes that whilst intellectual property risk will remain largely unaffected, there may be an impact in the future regarding the Group's ability to attract and retain highly skilled individuals. (That's no surprise every company I know has that problem) The Group is alert to and continuously reviewing this potential risk (i.e. all of those above) and formulating its response at the appropriate time. I would be very worried if the management team weren't doing this! so I ask what is the problem? doesn't seem anything out of the ordinary to me. I mean take a risk assessment with say, for example handling open blades "open blades are dangerous and there is the potential to cause serious injury if not handled correctly" that's a statement of fact we have to look out for the risk... it doesnt mean I'm going to walk away and stab myself, however I still have to do everything to mitigate that risk. So the company is being responsible in recognising that risk, is alert to it and should it happen it will have plans in place to deal with it.
clives
12/7/2017
13:21
I see one of their commercial partners is Murata. Hmm Interesting. Seems a lot of intrinsic value built up in Ilika now which could be rewarded in the long term. Still speculative of course. The section on Principal Risks and Uncertainties just contains the usual sensible caveats you would find in any diligent plc Annual Report imo. Basic operating cashburn running at £3m per year, if they can keep this under control two or even one modest licensing deal could wipe this deficit out. Worth tucking away a few in the pension at 36p.
skyracer
11/7/2017
22:54
Seriously, I have met a number of posters from the BB over the years who are much more educated than I! ''The Group is alert to and continuously reviewing this potential risk and formulating its response at the appropriate time.'' What does that mean? They are formulating a response currently, or there is a risk they will have to formulate a response? I cant make head nor tail of it.
pj 1
11/7/2017
12:53
Doesn't look good no matter how you look at it
kenbos
11/7/2017
10:10
lol, too true!
pj 1
11/7/2017
10:01
It means excuse to grant cheap share options
alanrussell
11/7/2017
09:56
''Dependence on senior management and key staff Certain members of staff are considered vital to the successful development of the business. Failure to continue to attract and retain such highly skilled individuals could adversely affect operational results. The Group seeks to reduce this risk by offering appropriate incentives to staff through competitive salary packages and participation in long-term share option schemes. Brexit risk The Group has reviewed the potential impact of Brexit on the risks identified above and believes that whilst intellectual property risk will remain largely unaffected, there may be an impact in the future regarding the Group's ability to attract and retain highly skilled individuals. The Group is alert to and continuously reviewing this potential risk and formulating its response at the appropriate time.'' Hmmmm, it reads to me that they may have staff already leaving? What the hell does the last paragraph mean ''The Group is alert to and continuously reviewing this potential risk and formulating its response at the appropriate time.'' ?
pj 1
11/7/2017
09:31
Well the market doesn't seem keen on the results!
mrphil
03/7/2017
08:46
And their relationship with IKA I think they'll be using their IP
big7ime
03/7/2017
08:39
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leonsix1
28/6/2017
10:18
What can we expect from this briefing any ideas not much in the line of news coming out an update would be good
kenbos
14/6/2017
08:40
Ilika (AIM: IKA), a pioneer in materials innovation and solid-state battery technology, will announce its Preliminary Results for the year ended 30 April 2017 on Tuesday 11 July 2017. The management team will be hosting an analyst briefing on the day at 9.30am at the London Capital Club, 15 Abchurch Lane, London, EC4N 7BW. Analysts who wish to attend should contact Walbrook PR on +44(0)20 7933 8780 or email ilika@walbrookpr.com to register.
big7ime
31/5/2017
23:38
Robin Andrews writes and concludes: "Ilika investors could be in for an exciting time" I couldn't copy the script
big7ime
31/5/2017
20:23
67,000 shares traded today. All buys by the look of them. This is not spectacular volume but it's a thin market so a 10% rise is what it has produced. I'm still holding quite a chunk of these so I'm biased but I can see from my chart that there is some rationale for thinking this is the start of a move back to the 74p area. Where the buying pressure is issuing from I do not know. Hopefully there is substance behind the change of atmosphere.
horneblower
31/5/2017
20:23
Ilika included in article in The Spectator.. 'Stocks to watch - automotive stocks that may prosper post-Brexit'. Available online but you have to register. I wouldn't classify IKA as an automotive stock, but I guess there's a strong link, potentially getting stronger.
shrout
31/5/2017
15:14
10.8% now, what's the reason? I've been waiting for first licensing deal, could it be somethings been leaked
big7ime
31/5/2017
11:31
Could be interesting if volume picks up. I'm not buying that chart though, if it spikes up and I miss it then so be it.
pj 1
31/5/2017
11:29
Looks like it's been tipped somewhere
big7ime
30/5/2017
18:38
More trades today than usual and buys maybe we may get some news soon here's hoping
kenbos
30/5/2017
16:16
I will Big7ime, I'm seeing him again this evening. But he was reporting to me something he'd heard from another "somebody", who'd actually read the article.
shrout
30/5/2017
15:41
Looks like it could have been, why don't you ask this "somebody" where they read it
big7ime
25/5/2017
10:01
It's not a dead horse, as the technology has proved to work. The question is, is it a prize Shetland pony or a thoroughbred Derby winner or just a very expensive hack. At the moment it's Shetland pony without a rider...but that may change. They have but one chance; to prove they can multi-stack economically. That and only that would justify investing in the shares. The chances are slim, as they have not yet even proved they can multi-stack at all. Either way they should inform the market better than they currently do.
horneblower
22/5/2017
19:09
That they are not running, with what in effect, is a dead horse.......
pj 1
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