Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Inspirit Energy Holdings Plc LSE:INSP London Ordinary Share GB00B44W9L31 ORD 0.001P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.031 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.03 0.032
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials -0.28 -0.01 1
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.031 GBX

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Posted at 29/1/2023 08:20 by Inspirit Energy Daily Update
Inspirit Energy Holdings Plc is listed in the Construction & Materials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker INSP. The last closing price for Inspirit Energy was 0.03p.
Inspirit Energy Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.02p and a 12 week average price of 0.02p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.18p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.02p.
There are currently 4,271,640,186 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 82,426,263 shares. The market capitalisation of Inspirit Energy Holdings Plc is £1,324,208.46.
Posted at 26/1/2023 21:52 by glavey
A reminder for those with short memory and advice for the uninformed:

"Inspirit Energy shares fall on USD250,000 short-term financing deal"

8 December, 2022 | 11:55AM

"(Alliance News) - Inspirit Energy Holdings PLC on Thursday said it had entered a short-term unsecured debt facility of up to USD250,000 with Riverfort Global Opportunities PCC Ltd.

The London-based heat and power appliances manufacturer said the facility has a 12-month term and allows for Inspirit to draw down funds which will be repayable within 6 months in either cash or shares.

The proceeds are for "general working capital".

Inspirit will initially be drawing down USD80,000 and will issue Riverfort with warrants valued at 50% of the initial advance at a reference price of around 0.03 pence per share. The warrants will have a term of 48 months and will be exercisable into Inspirit shares at 130% of the reference price, or around 0.04 pence.

Shares in Inspirit Energy were trading 8.5% lower..."

Copyright 2022 Alliance News Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

Posted at 16/1/2023 07:18 by iammrweald
Which tag team will we see today? Hope its dope on a long rope zxieoaf as I do enjoy his narrative on updating the BB with factual stuff!!
Share price!
Bum in window!
Cash pile!
he he!

Posted at 02/1/2023 17:51 by iceagefarmer
a ramper is just another name for someone who is naturally optimistic and holds stock in the are someone who is paid probably by a spread company to trash the share price until margin calls are hit,scum of the earth
Posted at 14/12/2022 18:05 by terminator101
Anyone of this look familiar teeny tiny boiler room crew?


The Defendants engaged in a long-running fraudulent scheme to manipulate securities by publishing false and misleading information in online stock-trading forums, on podcasts, and through their Twitter accounts. The Primary Defendants, aided and abetted by Knight, engaged in a pattern of conduct, sometimes referred to as “scalping,R21; in which they recommended the purchase of a particular stock without disclosing their intent to sell that stock. They generally executed their scheme in three phases. First, one or more of the Primary Defendants identified a security to manipulate (the “Selected Stock”) and purchased shares of that particular security. By sharing the name of the Selected Stock among some or all of the group, the Defendants provided each other with the opportunity to purchase shares at lower prices prior to the manipulation. Next, they promoted the stock to their followers on podcasts and/or social media platforms in order to generate demand and inflate the share price. Typically, the Primary Defendants announced price targets, teased upcoming news about the company, and/or stated their intention to buy shares or hold their current positions for longer periods. Finally, after promoting the stock to their followers in these ways, the Primary Defendants sold their shares into the demand generated by their recommendations. When the scheme succeeded, the Primary Defendants were able to sell their shares at higher prices and make profits. In order to cover up their scheme and continue perpetrating it, the Primary Defendants at various points deleted old tweets and Discord chats, and lied to their followers about the reasons why particular stock picks were followed by declines in the prices of those stocks, obscuring their own roles in causing losses among their followers and other retail investors.
18. None of the Primary Defendants disclosed that they were either planning to sell, or were actively selling, a Selected Stock while recommending that their followers buy it. Nor did any of the Primary Defendants disclose that they were coordinating with each other to manipulate the price and volume of trading in the stocks they were promoting. Moreover, the Primary Defendants’ deception extended beyond their omissions and outright lies about their intentions regarding, and views about, the securities they were promoting. For instance, sometimes they peddled false or misleading news about particular stocks through social media or podcast interviews. On some occasions, the Primary Defendants lied about losing money on a particular stock when in reality they had profited handsomely, in order to generate trust among their followers—trust that was necessary to perpetuate the scheme and ensure that their followers would continue to purchase shares based on their future recommendations. Indeed, in private chats and surreptitiously recorded conversations, they bragged and laughed about making profits at the expense of their followers.
19. Defendants’ specific roles in the fraudulent scheme varied depending on the timeframe and the specific security at issue. Typically, only a subset of the Primary Defendants participated in the manipulation of a particular stock. Those Primary Defendants would agree on a Selected Stock in which they would each establish a position (i.e., “load” or “load up” on the stock). After loading up on the Selected Stock, most, if not all, of the Primary Defendants who had established positions in that stock would recommend it to their followers. The Primary Defendants often referred to “swinging̶1; or taking a “swing” position in the stock, by which they conveyed to their followers that they intended to hold onto the stock for at least a day, and likely longer. As the Primary Defendants involved in the deceptive promotion of a particular stock often informed other Defendants of their plans, those not directly promoting the stock could— and often did—take advantage of the advance knowledge by purchasing the Selected Security, in advance of the promotion, and selling the Selected Security at inflated prices that resulted from the promotion. Over the course of the ongoing scheme, all of the Primary Defendants, aided and abetted by Knight, engaged in this conduct, participating directly in scalping and other deceptive conduct, and all of the Defendants profited from the knowledge that others were doing so.
20. The Primary Defendants deceptively promoted stocks through three channels: stock-trading forums on Discord; podcasts; and Twitter.
21. Online stock-trading forums. In 2018, Defendants Matlock and Constantin founded Atlas Trading (“Atlas”)—a free online forum that cultivated a following of novice stock traders by purporting to provide educational content about trading and securities markets. Atlas describes itself as “a team of consistent profitable traders who are willing to educate beginning traders with free resources of education, free trading alerts and ideas.” Atlas is hosted on Discord, a social media platform that offers users the ability to communicate via voice, video, and text messaging, among other things. Matlock and Constantin are among a small group of individuals who control the portion of the forum in which various Defendants recommended specific stocks (the “SMALL CAPS trading floor”). Sub-forums such as the SMALL CAPS trading floor are referred to as “channels̶1; on Discord. Although anyone could view the content on the SMALL CAPS trading floor channel, only individuals who are granted permission by the small group of members that include Matlock and Constantin are permitted to post content there.

Posted at 09/12/2022 12:46 by pwhite73
Theaviator - "Wait til new shares admitted on 14th.."

The company has not told you when the new shares are going to be admitted. It has only advised you the fee for the deal will be admitted on 14th and that is only 15 million shares about £5250.

RNS 08/12/2022 - "The Facility will attract 1.5% interest per month based on the value of the outstanding indebtedness payable in cash and an implementation fee of 6% of any Advances if settled in cash or 8% if issued in Shares. Accordingly, Inspirit will issue 15,550,710 Ordinary Shares of 0.001p each ("Shares") at a price of 0.03376 pence each for the implementation fee in respect of the Initial Advance (the "Initial Shares").

Application will be made for the 15,550,710 Ordinary Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM ("Admission") and it is expected that Admission will occur on or about 14 December 2022. The Ordinary Shares will rank pari passu in all respects with the existing Ordinary Shares of the Company."

Posted at 08/12/2022 15:42 by pwhite73
Spikes in a share price are like winning lottery numbers they can come completely out of the blue. If they could be predicted we'd all be millionaires.

Anybody who was in INSP prior to the June and September spikes and is still holding would have made no money at all because the stock has completely retraced. To make money on a spike you need to be in before the spike and to sell out on the spike. If you are going to make more money on the same stock you need re-enter when the stock falls back. The trouble is you don't know if the stock is going to fall back or continue to multi-bag.

People who credit themselves with investment skills because they were in on a spike are delusional. As far as INSP is concerned investors need to be asking themselves why has it fallen back from the June spike of 0.075p to 0.030p today when if you believe the RNS's the fundamentals have vastly improved.

Posted at 08/12/2022 13:41 by pwhite73
iamthebest - "Final phase relates to stage three of testing before we demo to Volvo"

This is my view as well and what was written in the Sept RNS. However the reason why the share price soared in the past is because shareholders were led to believer that Volvo were a collaborative partner in the WHR therefore any success in the WHR meant an instant commercial deal with Volvo.

It now transpires this is not the case. INSP are working on the WHR separate and independent from Volvo. When phase three is complete they will seek a trial phase with Volvo. Seeking a trial phase with a company the size of Volvo is what thousands of small engine efficiency companies from all over the world try to do. INSP is nothing special in that respect

This is why I state any updates about developments on the WHR that are not accompanied by a commercial link with Volvo are worthless.

Posted at 07/12/2022 18:21 by iamthebest
Phimx posting over on LSE says for exceptional technology see sun power inc interestingly enough their technology is based on Stirling systems of solar and cooling applications.

It appears great things take time looking at their history sunpower inc in that light INSP are doing great in my book lots of time, effort gone in, innovation starting to reap rewards with progress... £1.5 million market cap I like the upside for sure, still no one has been able to show me a company they really like that they feel has better upside on London market at valuation £3 million or less ie what represents 100% upside to current share price. Do not forget the warrants at 0.075p it possible last time we were at this level needing raise boom update warrants issued and raise came in at 0.12p. We have never raised this low share price wise lowest was 0.05p and we were no where near advanced as we are now in terms of testing development power output and robustness. Indeed company say exceeding expectations and mine particularly in regard to Inspirit Helix Accelerator doubling almost power output never dreamed would be that high and so soon... For more info

Posted at 07/12/2022 13:09 by iamthebest
Interesting post from phimx who is telling porkies over on LSE he states it is pointless regurgitating Inspirits spin. I take it he means official RNS and the facts of the matter.

He states they Inspirit failed to demonstrate they have a working system. Ahem fella excuse me but
1. On the demo we gave them it was for model design and application this was a success. No company goes from concept to working system. It is a process that takes years as he is full aware.

Please could you state this failure of demonstration.

The model design and application was a success volvo liked and gave us letter of support also talked very favourably about Insp and our proposition...
One would expect failure as development difficult process what we have seen is further success in development and testing and still further success being achived in regard to efficiency robustness and power output... We can not have failed in the demo process as first was success and second demo not taken place yet that is yet to take place and not scheduled until testing three phase completed thereafter Inspirit will seek to enter into a trial phase with Volvo Marine which I feel will be an initial demo to volvo and then refinements that is kinda what I would expect... Funny how these interested parties try to twist a successful demo and process and then state is a failure as if fact... No best to go by official RNS and hwt volvo say and that letter of support as sign of success and RNS of June Sept than an interested party making up fibs.

Posted at 30/11/2022 13:49 by glavey
15 July 2013
KleenAir Systems International plc (to be renamed Inspirit Energy Holdings plc on admission)
"477,860,705 Ordinary Shares of 0.1 pence each.
The Company is seeking to raise £410,000 on Admission
The Company's anticipated market capitalisation is £4.8m"

26 July 2013
Inspirit Energy Holdings plc
"Inspirit (AIM:INSP), formerly KleenAir Systems International plc, is pleased to announce that the acquisition of Inspirit Energy Limited has been completed and the Company's enlarged share capital was admitted to trading on AIM earlier this morning."

08 August 2013
Inspirit Energy Holdings plc
"the total number of issued ordinary shares will be 479,110,705 ordinary shares."

9 Feb 2009
"KleenAir Systems International PLC said it has decided to appoint an insolvency practitioner to advise both the company and its main operating subsidiary, KleenAir Systems Ltd, as It no longer had the prospect of meeting its liabilities due to its inability to secure additional working capital.

The company has accordingly requested that trading in its ordinary shares be suspended pending clarification of its financial position.

It also said its broker has given notice of its resignation."


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