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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Iofina Plc LSE:IOF London Ordinary Share GB00B2QL5C79 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.15p -6.21% 17.375p 17.15p 17.60p 18.95p 16.80p 17.35p 6,710,041 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 24.0 -1.4 -0.9 - 22.17

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/5/2019
00:39
Not happy with what hashappened but company prospects going forward with the money are limitless especially as production problems in Chile!!! Then there is CBD !!!
joeblogg2
20/5/2019
23:50
Are there any details out there about share allocation and purchase? You gotta to be in it to win it.
ansana
20/5/2019
23:46
Never been in that situation myself , are you speaking from personal experience? 🤣 Lighten up for goodness sake everything will be fine, it's sell in May at the moment on a lot of shares, they get run up and sold back down to the same point all over the place, trade is the new invest on AIM lately but traders don't have it all their own way and get caught out as well.
luckyorange
20/5/2019
23:41
... and for those of you who trip out the same old line, Sell up and f##k off, I've told you, that's not happening.I'm buying... not selling...I'll be selling the numbers in my trading account are blue, not red!
festario
20/5/2019
23:28
Festario, you seem to have resorted to threatening people on public forums , what is the matter with you man, calm down. Right, if there was forward selling , they made a fortune and then it suddenly stops because the share price is hovering around 17/18p. The sensible thing to do would be to continue and then buy some back in the market when it hits a low, pretty sure that Lombard played VRS like that, but the brakes on now? It's all bye the bye, done and dusted on the whole and has had no effect on the ones who have been here a while as always I trusted the BOD to do the right thing and they have in my book. Edit. Not everyone can sell at the same time, someone posted earlier that they tried and couldn't.
luckyorange
20/5/2019
23:02
All smoke and mirrors joe, I was made aware of a couple of gamblers who took out huge spreadbets and unable to cover definitely in the one case, others tend to use it wisely for tax purposes and don't over extend but there was a sudden increase , also wonder if some are still suffering from opening T trades and having to cover?
luckyorange
20/5/2019
22:56
Are there any details out there about share allocation and purchase? You gotta to be in it to win it.
ansana
20/5/2019
22:54
Hmm lucky - that spike action a bit beyond the odd smart PI playing a game though momentum pushing onto a small cap outfit played its part - way beyond my expertise or imagination to manoeuvre that - but that’s not saying much.. Pros involved there I reckon
pcjoe
20/5/2019
22:43
Great post spoiled by shareholders have been played, it has been years of other shareholder/traders playing around with the share price and using it as a banker playing other shareholders .Still a PI selling trying to knock it back today or getting out , but been used to fill hidden orders so hopefully those days are gone. Where there were iceberg sells hopefully there are now iceberg buys, those with a business perspective will see it, those who keep focusing on what happened last week may, it's all good .
luckyorange
20/5/2019
22:32
I get the anger of the hype spike - I have no idea how that was manoeuvred but manoeuvred it likely was / I always thought that whatever entity was behind it might be the beneficiary of the placing given the unprovable charge of forward selling - Was I wrong? - there was never Much chance of Iof pulling the placing given other parties involved - on the other side of the coin it was only a month or two back that I was picking up shares very easily between 10 & 12p if I recall right - if 14-16 p is now the base then i can’t complain and the co is certainly In a safer place than it was recently on a couple of fronts - all in all and conditional on Io8 becoming fact & not legend then we are looking ok in my book - shareholders have been played but hopefully got to a lot look forward to now
pcjoe
20/5/2019
22:31
The focus on the number of shares gets to me 1 for 1 it also gives a significant reduction in debt which has held the share price back for years, without that debt the company would have gone under or diluted to parts of a penny with billions of shares. The number of shares in issue is astoundingly low if you bear that in mind, it gives more liquidity that opens up the opportunity for institutional investment and there will be interest Just a reminder that entreprenurial business brains got together and announced this in the restructuring "The extension of the debt, along with the removal of the convertibility of the Notes, is an important step forward for Iofina and its shareholders. The Directors appreciate the continued support of our long-term finance partners, with the collective goal for Iofina to continue to expand its operations and increase profits. Iofina is now well positioned to continue to execute business objectives during this time of increasing iodine prices and global demand for iodine. Commenting, President and CEO Dr. Tom Becker stated: "Extending the terms of the Notes and Facility to 1 July 2020 will allow us to continue upgrading and expanding our plants, which in turn will further boost the level of Iodine production. At the same time the removal of the debt convertibility is a huge positive for our shareholders. With iodine prices continuing to rise we are well positioned to continue the momentum built over the last few years."
luckyorange
20/5/2019
22:15
Festario, you are a prat and unbelievably stupid sometimes. You are complaining just as you did when Versarien were at around 18p. You were down on your share dealings and you blamed everyone but yourself. You had a right go at Neill Ricketts saying how useless his strategy was and now you are saying the same old rubbish. Get a grip and just for one moment understand that the company will be a far more secure investment once this funding has been done. Reduced debt and increased EBITDA which means that next year the company can say goodbye to the Stena loan and go to a bank and get more favourable lending terms over a much longer period. The company will have funds to fast track investment and increase profits considerably. Get real and support the company or FFS just disappear into your sad hole.
phoenixs
20/5/2019
22:00
Fest, thanks, I just worked it out after I posted, 8p isn’t that much in the greater scheme of things however the timing was awful.
pinkpudycat
20/5/2019
21:48
The maths is simple..... 50% more shares than now, at 16p share price, equals what the Mcap was at 24p, keep up.
festario
20/5/2019
21:39
Strocketman, i’d Be very interested in what formula you used to come to that number considering we have approx 52% dilution based on the number of shares?
pinkpudycat
20/5/2019
21:37
Precisely Strocketman, that's another problem!The market cap rises 50% without improving the business one iota.So you end up with a much smaller stake in a company valued at the same level. It's just that less of that value is yours.Lucky, I'm not selling at a loss.... I've done that too many times, instead I'll continue to add as the price falls, to average down.It might take 6 months to a year, but I'll exit with some kind of profit this time.
festario
20/5/2019
21:37
LOL. Lucky, I'm so predictable (re sell your shares). I kind of knew it, but couldn't resist.
madchick
20/5/2019
21:35
I can't see the point in moaning about something you can't change. I know VOG did a huge dilution at one point and I thought that was 50% but I could be wrong. It's not nice, I agree. On the other hand, the FinnCap note suggests that debt will be just 5 million in 2020 (if you can believe anything that FinnCap say). If you feel that the future of IOF is now so poor and will be held back by sellers more than it will gain from progress with iodine plants, reduced interest rates, ability to sell new products, and ability to pay back debt, then the obvious strategy is to sell and make any losses back more quickly elsewhere. Most of it is with directors and AB; I would hope that selling would be controlled. After that, then shares are always sold along the way. I still trust the board to have considered all options and to have acted for the best. We don't know what's happening (if anything) with CBD. Near term, after placing approval (which I assume will happen), we should have RNSs on facility repaid and then, I would hope IO8 build commencement and maybe even outlining a plan for IO9 straight afterwards. I see the note is still talking about SWDs. Late June (end of Q2 and consistent with max 60 days for decision if application was handed in late April) we should hear about the Handling license. I would hope that would then open the way to hearing a bit more about IofinaEx. That's just about 5 weeks away. I don't think anyone in the institutional / Iofina side of the placing will sell before IofinaEx is more concrete. But that's just my opinion. The share price will go wherever it goes. For me, there are still more positives than negatives, but that doesn't mean I'm right, of course. Relative to most AIM companies, we've had relatively little dilution to date and even with this huge influx of extra shares, our total number of shares remains relatively small. Although at the end of the day, people will buy and sell whatever value they require, so I sometimes wonder whether that really matters. I'm starting to ramble, so I'll stop!
madchick
20/5/2019
21:30
With the dilution 16p will give us the same MCAP as when we were at 24p before dilution.
strocketman
20/5/2019
21:27
More huge volume again. Looks like possible forward sell8ng again. If so, that's possibly good news, as there will be less to clear after the offer goes through.
strocketman
20/5/2019
21:05
I bought more below 15p after the rains in Chile earlier in the year. I was a bit disappointed to see 16p for the placing but makes little difference whether it was 16 or 18p. Still as excited as a few years ago but have lots more shares now so every cloud has a silver lining. SQM results later in the week.
monty panesar
20/5/2019
20:49
I remember you doing similar in VRS Festario all the way up to £1+, just relax. They haven't diluted for years and it ain't to pay salaries , their hands have been tied with the debt, they aren't now , simples. You know what happens next , people will start saying if you don't like it sell your shares. Interesting with the trades, everyone wants to buy at 16p at the moment but very little interest in buying at 15p just a few weeks ago, bloody dilution!
luckyorange
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