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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Oracle Power Plc LSE:ORCP London Ordinary Share GB00B23JN426 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.60 0.55 0.65 0.60 0.60 0.60 629,952 07:47:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.1 -0.1 - 13

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/9/2020
10:00
very quiet on here... Signal was given last week DYOR
futuredlighter
27/8/2020
09:16
Poor little KrystalDIM - Doesn't want to know, and will stay ignorant behind his little filter !
dozyduck
27/8/2020
09:03
YA is the issue. They still have £1.4m to convert.. So.. It will rise to whatever price demand gives before quickly coming back down to their conversion price which is 90% of lowest in the previous 15 days as they sell to take their profit.
dhoult12
27/8/2020
08:12
Your reply is why I have you on filter.
krystalklear
27/8/2020
07:30
LOI is totally irrelevant to Oracle's share price. That depends on earnings per share when plant is finally up and running, and no one on here or on the other side has demonstrated they have the slightest idea how to work it out. Doing so, allowing for all the shares to be issued meanwhile, and the small proportion of the plant's earnings that might be paid to ORCP as a dividend, shows the resultant share price would not be much higher than at present. And that's not before 5 years time. In addition to which is the unknown committment and cash needed to develop its other projects in coal gas / urea or whatever. Those huge unknown capital committments are why all these 'project related' cos on AIM (eg GCM, INFA, KIBO, and lots of early stage miners) are rated so low. The only ones worth buying are those like NCCL who are now close to construction, with all funds available and published and who have limited their shares in issue so that investors can see a reliable value per share. so-called NPVs are again completely irrelevant because they attach to the 'project' which is completely separate from the 'sponsor' (which is what ORCP is. It is not the 'owner', because there's nothing, as yet, to own) But of course, these BB's attract those who don't want their dreams spoiled.
dozyduck
27/8/2020
06:57
What's everyone's share price predictions when LOI lands?
krystalklear
24/8/2020
13:13
not much longer
futuredlighter
14/8/2020
11:46
Yet another lemming spike started on 'news' that is totally irrelevant to what counts for ORCP investors - namely the 'value' of their shares that they seem totally incapable of working out. (which would show no more than 2p per share - once power production starts in (if lucky)4-5 years time.
dozyduck
12/8/2020
13:07
patience needed
futuredlighter
01/8/2020
11:10
A month ago someone on the AVCT board advised us to buy ORCP and to 'watch and learn'. I'm glad I ignored them. Look at the chart over the last month.
grosstonnage
28/7/2020
07:37
Waiting game here
futuredlighter
17/7/2020
12:04
LOI imminent?
krystalklear
11/7/2020
21:42
Just to add my expectation is they will take their shares on any news and smash the share price to profit take. Doesnt make it a particularly attractive investment from a PI perspective. If someone has any examples of where they have held longer term would be most interested
dhoult12
11/7/2020
19:09
I guess for brandon being the broker they got a fee for each raise. Thus incentive to challenge is reduced as long as there are takers for the shares
dhoult12
11/7/2020
18:47
It was Brutal, If they raised £500k for example, It was possible to add thier collective wages together add say £20k for working capital, and you could calculate when the next fund raising would be within a margin of error. I hope Ms Memon can work some magic and move it forward.
tenapen
11/7/2020
18:24
Ah. Odd one. The dilution over the years has been impressive. Was a small holder but got out around 2017. Always followed it to see if it will happen as belive in the project. My fear with latest "institutional investor" is their reputation.. Will wait to see how they get their 1.5m out
dhoult12
11/7/2020
14:32
should, Sorry for the late reply. Brandon hill for one but all of the other large holders who like me, would not have been able to get out, when it became obvious that Khan and the bod were out of Thier dept with the project, so they decided to milk it for as long as possible. Ten long years of fund raising just to pay their Fat Cat wages.
tenapen
09/7/2020
21:12
Which institutions? The new one in this wont.
dhoult12
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