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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -6.9% 13.50 80,780 16:35:24
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
13.50 14.50 14.75 14.00 14.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 29.25 0.55 0.30 45.0 26
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:24 UT 2,000 13.50 GBX

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26/9/2020
09:20
Iofina Daily Update: Iofina Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IOF. The last closing price for Iofina was 14.50p.
Iofina Plc has a 4 week average price of 12.25p and a 12 week average price of 12.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 30p while the 1 year low share price is currently 10.50p.
There are currently 191,858,408 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 977,780 shares. The market capitalisation of Iofina Plc is £25,900,885.08.
25/9/2020
19:33
zendo102: Still unloved... I presume it is IOF you are talking about, and not a particular poster? Well, here we are, back at the share price pre-loan agreement, yet IOF is in a much, much better place. People were jabbering on about existential threats to IOF, such as a management buyout or the company being whisked away by Stena etc., but in the end, none of these materialised. In fact, the loan deal is much better than the previous one - the lower interest rates means that IOF will save a lot on repayments, which will drop straight to the bottom line. The 7-year term gives us much more constancy and puts us on a surer footing over the long time. Also, the bad boy AB is has been paid off and is much less of a threat to our relationship with IOF. But there has been no sustained rise in the share price. There are too many traders and investors around who have been jilted by IOF before and just want out of the relationship at any cost. Yes IOF, you are unloved by many, but I'll stand by you - for now. Until we meet again next week. xxx
03/9/2020
14:18
zendo102: Agreed. I don't see any point buying now. Even if a great finance deal is signed, the price will shoot up for a day or two and then start drifting down again. It takes time for a serial disappointer to turn around. People have been burned, people are fully-invested, people are looking at that chart and don't want to be sucked in to hype, people are worried about the mismanagement of our funds on some random seeds scheme, people have seen that the iodine price is under a bit of pressure, people have decided to invest in the next hot thing instead? There are a whole host of reasons not to invest. And then there is the issue of plant builds. If IO9 comes along, how much will it actually add to the share price? Let's say it produces 150 tonnes of iodine a year and that it costs IOF $25 dollars per kg to produce after all expenses. So what's the profit? $10 x 150 tonnes x 1,000 kg x 0.85 (removing water content) = $1.275 m = £958,646 Shares in issue = 191.86 million so that makes a profit of $0.005 per share. Put that on a p/e of 10 (for an out-of-favour company) and we get an additional 5p on the share price. That's it. 5p. And that's not taking into account the risk of actually getting it built. Now 5p on the current share price would actually be quite a good percentage return, but is 5p "taking the lid off" the share price? So, which of the following will have the best return by the end of the year? 1. Iofina @ 13.6p (We are undervalued and we are going to take the lid off!) 2. A bet on Donald Trump to win the US elections @ evens (You can get evens on Biden as well, but incumbent presidents have a habit of being returned for a second term) 3. Royal Dutch Shell @ £10.40 (Can it really sink any lower?) 4. Bitcoin @ £8,150 (How do you value it anyway? Will it get back to £14,000?) 5. Aave - the LEND token @ 46.6p (DeFi is going to blow traditional finance out of the water.) I recently took one of these options. It wasn't Iofina. I continue to hold what I have, but I won't buy more. I can't imagine I'm the only one in this boat.
26/8/2020
15:09
beercapafn: Nellyb: AB is only interisted in making money. Once he is payed off, he is then motivated to encourage the share price up, even to the point of spending his loan money on IOF shares. That would drive the share price up for sure. I think there would be a good level of support if he sold his current share holding. By support, I mean existing shareholders willing to buy him out.
26/8/2020
13:15
beercapafn: Nellyb: AB is only interisted in making money. Once he is payed off, he is then motivated to encourage the share price up, even to the point of spending his loan money on IOF shares. That would drive the share price up for sure. I think there would be a good level of support if he sold his current share holding. By support, I mean existing shareholders willing to buy him out, and be shot of his involvment.
03/8/2020
17:16
rheumking: For me the frustration is really starting to build now and it’s just hard to believe that years down the line the share price is languishing in the lower teens . Although not entirely in their gift at a time when yet again today the market has a huge surge we go down by 4% The board has really lost any valid claim to be building shareholder value here The problem is this really is the moment for the company to take the lid off the share price with the market bouncing 40%, iodine prices double what they were and production up. I think it’s pretty likely there is going to be a big slump or crash in autumn when the various government subsidies are withdrawn and reality hits. We should be hitting that from a share price of 30 to 40 odd rather than 14. The only plus point is that there isn’t much further for us to fall. Just nine trades today – the board is just not exciting the investing community. As I’ve said before we slump when the general market slumps and slump even more when the general market goes up so it’s hard to see a sustained rise
14/7/2020
14:40
rheumking: Disappointing to see it drift below 15 now on the latest trade. However I’m not sure how much you can judge the share price when we have only had five trades in the whole day so far Basically most people who are long-term holders are sitting on their holdings and there is little incentive to buying for new investors at this junction until they sort the debt which I imagine will be another six weeks or so. I think the management have actually done a great job for the company with a few slipups on the way – seeds et cetera but not such a good job for shareholders in terms of increasing the share price and once they have got the show on the road again they really need to start shouting from the rooftops to try and raise the share price which will be in the doldrums Until September I would anticipate.
13/6/2020
12:47
festario: I don't think that clears it up at all.When the IOF share price was flying above 250p, Lance had 9m shares, then he suddenly fell ill.When the share price was languishing at a mere 70p, it emerged on this bulletin board that 'it was believed' Lance had transferred half his shareholding into some kind of trust.It's never been RNSd, it only emerged because his shareholding went to 4.5m on the register, very quietly..... and they whole thing was very underhand.It's still never been cleared up by RNS, and you are just blindly believing what SuperG said the explanation was.
11/5/2020
15:30
napoleon 14th: Ansana - quite so! To expect things to be 100% progress at IOF in current circumstances is loony... So far, IO8 has had a slow start due to POO, which is now recovering. That's due to C19, not IOF, and those spoiling the POO are now adapting production instead of cutting off their own noses to spite each others' face... My regret is a naive RNS, a case of premature ejaculation on transient circumstances, which had a neg. consequence to the share price. The LTBHs here will be familiar with IOF's huge share price swings - happens often... IOF need to get a clean deal on finance, & the next set of figures should give good reasons to achieve that.
24/4/2020
13:59
maca1212: KR, Just a little clarification for you on points raised in your earlier post (my comments in red): Macca, Ahhhhhhh, the fog lifts, the veneer of objective contrarian finally cracks. As a theoretical sufferer of IoF's tanking share price since the giddy heights of 2013 I am surprised that as a 'Long Term Holder' (LOL) you are so chipper, or are you perhaps concealing a 'foggy' trading (or other) veneer of your own? Anyway - surprised that you haven't objectively cracked given the price falls you must have experienced mate....respect! Disgruntled ex director, TW acolyte or cynical shorter speculation - who knew? Certainly not me, but you go for it mate - maybe Graham's other little bundle of joy (you know who you are chapv) will join in with more inaccurate conspiracy theorising. But no, something more base than that, simple personal animosity. Just don't like SG do you? Yup, you got me bang to rights guv. In fact its worse than that, I don't really like anyone who is (in my opinion) misrepresenting commercial situations around investments - possibly in the hope of luring the unwary or gullible for their own benefit, or simply because they are incapable of dispensing with the rose tints in their public comments on an investment they've chained themselves to. Come to think of it (shock horror), that could include you - did't you claim at one stage that IoF would be producing over 2K tpa of iodine by 2014? And don't you constantly re-iterate that any iodine provider making more than 1k tpa is likely to be bought out (according to J Ploen of course - BTW: Is he still a shareholder?) Your 100% negative views on IOF for years have been motivated by your dislike of SG! Your longevity in this pursuit is impressive but finally you cracked. In the same vein, your 100% positive views of IoF, a company whose shareprice has declined by over 90% in the last 7 years is deeply impressive and more than a little hard to explain after the successive disappointments of lower extractive outputs and failed forays into other speculative commercial cul-de-sacs if you have been - as you seem to imply - a LTH. I guess lockdown is affecting us each in different ways. Yes - some people seem to get very heated over a small number of posts containing 'objective contrarian' views, don't they. BTW haven't you been a busy boy, although I seem to detect that your posts are largely of the 'conversational' (and rosy) rather than 'objective' type. You've certainly put the volume in, How many posts has it been on this thread, not to mention the others? Personally I'm also a little surprised that you're locked down - I'd have thought that working for the NHS would have put you in another category entirely. BTW - GYRR Amplify maintains a strong hedge book with 61% of forecasted 2020 production hedged, including 77% of crude oil hedged at $56.29 per barrel. Oh wow - now you've pulled out all the stops and posted some 'objective contrarianism' - congratulations! But did you know that Midstates Petroleum's hedges inherited by Amplify include the '3 way collar' type? Which means it is difficult to know just what degree of financial protection is afforded? And in any case, surely it is likely to be far more profitable (and less risky) for Amplify to trade their puts rather than try to fulfill them with new production (for which storage would need to be found) at an opcost of $33 per barrel? Its share price was up 20% yesterday. Even dead cats do this from time to time I am reliably informed. You thinking of investing there too? Good Luck (I can see you donning those rose tints again mate - careful)! DYOR M
10/3/2020
09:45
superg1: Rewind back So what caused the share price to fall when iodine prices were going the other way, was it insider selling over Belize that the rest of us were oblivious too. Ignoring that, IOF as said in the RNS are about to set off on their targets phase yet, c urgent record revenue and Ebitda, bank debt to replace the current circus highly likely on favourable terms. AB is a businessman, he knows with the current team in charge he will double, treble his money and much more by holding onto his shares and do nothing more than carry on with other business. That should all happen within a year or two. So why over a disagreement (if he fails to get in) would you make a decision to sell all your shares and miss out on £2.7 mill for every 10p the share price goes up. Per £1 mill profit on a 15 PE is 7.8p on the share price SQM and the erst forecasting rises prices. What they want is to come in and talk big expansion, get the share price going and make money more quickly on a rising share price. My 'fear' would be they would soon destroy the company.
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