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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ilika Plc 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
  -1.50 -2.44% 60.00 58.00 62.00 61.50 60.00 61.50 118,659 14:17:31
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 2.3 -3.8 -2.5 - 95

Ilika Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/2/2022
09:48
Nice one Ken, thanks. Don't buy an EV until it's Solid State! I reckon many people will think this way.
safety_john
06/2/2022
08:01
Fords 20 billion investment into solid state batteries hxxps://cleantechnica.com/2022/02/05/tesla-electric-vehicle-connection-buries-fords-solid-state-battery-news/
kenjen1
04/2/2022
08:31
Having abandoned their own battery innovation attempt I wonder if Johnson Matthey might cast their eye over Ilika. After all, they need something to replace their catalytic converter biz when we are all driving e-cars (some day!).
irenekent
04/2/2022
08:31
Having abandoned their own battery innovation attempt I wonder if Johnson Matthey might cast their eye over Ilika. After all, they need something to replace their catalytic converter biz when we are all driving e-cars (some day!).
irenekent
02/2/2022
09:10
CEO was his usual reassuring self on this. Listened to the Solid Power CTO too. They are further advanced with OEMs etc but unclear if their tech is better than Goliath.
robertspc1
31/1/2022
12:10
US – UK Battery Technology Research and Innovation Online Summit starts today. #IKA CEO, Graeme Purdy is speaking tomorrow 1 Feb in the session Battery Chemistry for the Future at 16:30-18:00 GMT. To register bit.ly/3ILt2NG #solidstatebatteries #batteries #NetZero
nw99
31/1/2022
10:38
Back to £2 in February. Rns due soon on process qualification, then product qualification, then confirmation that orders are at full capacity and further manufacturing will be set up with government :)imho
kenjen1
25/1/2022
08:13
Worth buying back here
nw99
24/1/2022
19:53
I paid 33p back in 2019 and sold at an average of over £2 last year. The questions that I am asking myself "How far is the share price going to go down to?" and "Is the potential of the batteries for cars a lot better than the giga battery factories now being built?"
this_is_me
24/1/2022
12:34
Getting hammered today but Fortescue buying Williams battery business for £165m shows that corporates are watching. Will add a few on this weakness
robertspc1
24/1/2022
07:31
Latest interview with Baden Hill - Ilika in a strong cash position to go through to commercialisation: hTtps://www.directorstalkinterviews.com/ilika-in-a-strong-cash-position-to-go-through-to-commercialisation-analyst-interview/4121046437"Ilika in a strong cash position to go through to commercialisation"
ga_dti
21/1/2022
20:08
Ha.. I pulled a 360% profit out of this pup, if you bothered to read the start of this thread when i bought in sub 40p. Passive investing is dead.
phil2003
21/1/2022
13:08
(yes, I am thinking RogK who also goes by BuzzThomas who sold out for pennies and Phil2003) -------- Wrong again.
rogk
21/1/2022
12:13
Is owning shares in ILIKA PLC for you? The stock market is partly a mechanism for companies to raise investment funds. (Investors who invested in Ilika PLC when they floated in 2010 at 20p have made 700% on their investment). However, on a day to day basis, the stock market is a mechanism to shift ownership from weak hands to stronger hands. If your time frame for investment is short (i.e. if you thinking about being on the share register in units of less than years), Ilika is almost certainly NOT the right investment for you. (If you are a short term speculator, there are a myriad of 'investment mediums' which have higher levels of liquidity and volatility than Ilika PLC.) For those who have the patience and financial stamina to back nascent technology, Ilika PLC might be for you. If you don't have such belief in Ilika's long-standing Management team (headed by Graeme Purdy, CEO at the time of the floatation) and their equally long standing scientific team (headed by Prof. Brian Hayden, who also founded the company back in 2004), then SELL your shares and invest in things you do believe in. (This allows LTH to add at cheap prices of course). If you are a former shareholder who sold out much lower (yes, I am thinking RogK who also goes by BuzzThomas who sold out for pennies and Phil2003) why do you waste your time posting on a bulletin board about something you have no financial interest in? Please do yourselves (and everyone else) a very great favour and devote your intellect to things you do have an interest in (i.e. MOVE ON).
jbgoodenough
21/1/2022
09:19
https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/news/2022/01/20/ilika-in-blue-sky-territory/
tp5588
21/1/2022
08:57
Differing opinions is fine. That's what makes markets work. Happy to add below the 140p placing price. Of course it's risky but IKA might just have world leading SSB technology. Time will tell
robertspc1
21/1/2022
08:35
Strategic partners all walked away.. 14 years of Jam tomorrow rhetoric sinking into the share price now
phil2003
21/1/2022
07:57
Generally speaking the market will decide on the uses of products presented to it. It is most likely that new uses for those products will be discovered by other inventors. Solid state batteries may seem a bit like re-inventing the wheel. Think of wheel barrows with a spherical wheel. Difficult to fit a replaceable tyre on them so not used on cars, but other uses will be found. I am sure that lurking in the background is a desire to replace all current consumer batteries with a vastly better product at a competitive price that will render the old product obsolete. It all takes time however. The management of Ilika have the skills and patience to make these possibilities happen. I for one will continue to back them.
irenekent
21/1/2022
07:00
GBGood has his green spectacles on here. GP let slip when he talked about "samples" and not orders from the pilot line. Yes Ilika have a few orders but talk about $12m in revenues is already a slip from the $15m last year. GBGood ,GP finally answered your question about licensing but again "licensing" has been omitted from recent company updates. (You know why) Ilika raised ~$25m to fund Goliath but GP admits staff hiring is a problem. (Goliath progress will be slow) GP has since scaled back talk of "wiring in cars" being replaced by batteries GP has scaled back talk of sensors for lighting in buildings GP has scaled back talk of batteries in consumer products So many red flags!
rogk
21/1/2022
06:51
Great news this morning that government have sunk 100m into Britishvolt battery factory. The first of many such factories that will be needed say the BBC. Definitely the sector to be in at the moment. Britivolt won’t start production till 2024. Ilika ahead of that with lithium ion equivalence expected end of this year and that was before our “giant strides” news yesterday!
kenjen1
21/1/2022
06:46
Great news this morning that government have sunk 100m into Britishvolt battery factory. The first of many such factories that will be needed say the BBC. Definitely the sector to be in at the moment. Britivolt won’t start production till 2024. Ilika ahead of that with lithium ion equivalence expected end of this year and that was before our “giant strides” news yesterday!
kenjen1
20/1/2022
23:34
Ha.. the fragile, head in sand posters have woken up
phil2003
20/1/2022
20:49
Phil2003 Worry no more! Stop sprouting absolute twoddle on here. Move on! We long term holders are more than happy with Ilika and it's management. The fools are you Rogk, Buzz Thomas and a few more. Bye! Bye!
jimmyann
20/1/2022
18:00
Agree it was a very positive investor call even with the CEOs usual poker face caution. As a long term holder, and accepting of the risks in any tech investment, I'll be adding a few more to the pension pot if this drifts down further as part of a broader sell off.
robertspc1
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