Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Infrastrata LSE:INFA London Ordinary Share GB00B28YMP66 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.005p -1.85% 0.265p 3,576,145 14:15:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.25p 0.28p 0.27p 0.265p 0.27p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 0.0 -0.8 -0.3 - 2.37

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Infrastrata Daily Update: Infrastrata is listed in the Oil Equipment Services & Distribution sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker INFA. The last closing price for Infrastrata was 0.27p.
Infrastrata has a 4 week average price of 0.23p and a 12 week average price of 0.23p.
The 1 year high share price is 26.77p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.23p.
There are currently 894,973,653 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 15,150,057 shares. The market capitalisation of Infrastrata is £2,371,680.18.
escapetohome: Grapevine correct, direction of share price wrong?
nlmbidc: Which ever way you look at this, the share price support's Pottermagics view. Seems to be a project with massive potential that is unlikely to be realised. I held for 2 years before realising that the light at the end of the tunnel had been turned off. Good luck to all holders.
m1sak: I am a new and small investor in INFA. The new Board would not have joined if they thought they were flogging a dead horse. They have connections and from the AGM, they seem to have and know contacts in the industry. I am confident that we will see some action on the news and share front before the end of the month. We have a deadline to meet and it is fast approaching. The company has said recently that they are in the final elements of funding. They may be waiting to see if they qualify for any grants or govt payments, these take time, plus contracts will then have to be drawn up, again, this can be a lengthy process. Once the financing is sorted, I would expect "blue chip tenants" to start to book storage space. These companies will only sign once confirmation of the FEED goes ahead. Exciting times ahead and a good opportunity to get in at these levels or average down, I am down on my original purchase but expect the share price to move close to 1p soon.
nlmbidc: No-one needs to stick up for me. I was invested for about two years but I am out now. However, l did say recently that there was a share issue in the offing and now its on the agenda for all to see. Since I mentioned that a couple of weeks ago the share price has dropped 25%. I wish a holders well and hope the share price recovers. The company has a great asset and if they can sell it off to a major, shareholders will do well. Unfortunately for me I lost faith at the previous share issue a few months back when the board and larger shareholders did not apparently take up any of the issued shares. If those that are closest to the company are not taking up shares it infers to me that they are not confident there will be a return on investment.
x54v: The 2 directors currently have £111k and £87k of their own money currently invested here according to the holdings figures. Just under £200k between them. A significant amount. Http:// With such sums invested they will be personally driven to firstly preserve their own capital and secondly to maximise the return on that investment. The BoDs of many AIM companies have little if any skin in the game and an increasing share price to them is neither here nor there. Here it is different with A & P both putting their own money on the line. Increasing shareholder value will be a genuine desire, since an increase in share price will also be an increase in personal wealth. I'm sure both directors have been looking at all sorts of ways in which they can get the share price on an upwards trend whilst protecting capital. News can't be far away now.
x54v: Https:// Appendix 2 Requisitioners' Statement "The Requisitioning Shareholders believe that the strategy of the proposed and revised board of directors of the Company for value realisation should be to: - Immediately cut or otherwise significantly reduce the Company's spending of cash on general and administrative expenses. - Align senior management, and thereby the decision-making power, of the Company with stakeholders by the appointment of directors who have meaningful stakes in the Company and will be driven by its future success, for the benefit of shareholders as a whole. - Engage with current and prospective new stakeholders with a view to maximising the potential returns of the Company. - Initiate an immediate strategic review tasked with assessing how to efficiently transform the Company so that it creates an alignment of all stakeholders and identifies the most expedient route to value maximisation of its assets. - Pursue funding initiatives to facilitate the Company being able to maximise a return on its current assets, thereby accelerating the monetisation of those assets. - Extract the hidden value from the Company's assets, which is not reflected in the current share price. We would anticipate the Company's shares to appreciate significantly upon the adoption of this strategy as market price implied uncertainty over cash spending and monetisation of assets is removed over time.
cl0ckw0rk0range: Whilst positive short term news flow would undoubtedly get the share price moving in the right direction again, and indeed would be appreciated by investors, I have confidence that the right men are at the helm. Just looking at some of Adrian's previous posts here, how many can say they would have the same bloody-minded drive and dedication? Here are a few examples: "I am a fellow shareholder that has invested circa £75k into this company, and am currently working for circa 100 hrs per week plus considerable expense, for what I believe will be to the benefit of all shareholders." - Jun 15th "I have written 635 emails since the beginning of May. I have driven over 6,000 miles in my efforts so far which alone represents approximately 150 hours of driving." - Jun 15th "I believe that our future is bright , hence why I am investing large amounts of time and money into this." - Jun 7th "I thought about buying ten percent of the company, but felt that this would have less credibility as it would be perceived as an intended takeover, which it is not." - May 10th "A lot of people have followed me from PMG to TRIN to INFA and done very well. I will not let you down. 20 Hours driving and nearly 1,000 miles in last 36 hours to make this happen. I am not afraid of hard work." - May 9th The news might not be flowing quite yet, but you can bet with some certainty that a man like AP is going to go the extra distance to ensure that it does in the near future.
cl0ckw0rk0range: The interview with AP is worth listening to in terms of the options they might pursue. From 42:05 - 43:54 A & P are using a lot of lateral thinking in how they might maximise the share price. Alternative options include partnering or a straight sell out to one of the companies with deep pockets. Potential vertical integration is touted as another possibility. AP states that lots of areas are being considered and a far more lateral mindset is being adopted. So it's quite possible that over the past few weeks they've been talking to a number of potential partners or buyers. And it's also possible that an RNS drops one morning stating that there is a bid at a significant premium for the company. Both A & P have the contacts and experience to help make this happen. And both will be investigating all possible avenues towards share price appreciation. It's also worth noting that AP is particularly scathing with regards the constant prior dilution (from 41:10) in the interview. If his stance is so critical on such dilution, then he will be looking to do everything he can to minimise this and that's where the lateral thinking about various alternative strategic options comes in.
x54v: Could be a case of history repeating itself right enough. Peter Wale joined the SML board in July 2016. Http:// This led to very significant share price appreciation in the SML share price with it multiplying in price over 10x. He's just joined the INFA board so if he can do it once, then he can do it again.
x54v: Peter Wale joined the SML board in July 2016. Http:// This led to very significant share price appreciation in the SML share price. Http:// A repeat at INFA could certainly be a possibility. Baron Day certainly thinks so. And he is a man worth following if ever there was one. "Scope for explosive moves ahead - my take anyway." Https://
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