Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Plutus Pwrgen LSE:PPG London Ordinary Share GB00B1GDWB47 ORD 0.1
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.025p -2.44% 1.00p 0.95p 1.05p 1.025p 1.00p 1.025p 222,640 10:45:54
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electricity 1.4 -0.6 -0.1 - 7.24

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/10/2018
20:55
Cheers chaps, let's add more as we think of them
pbanus
17/10/2018
19:46
Pretty comprehensive PB. I think you have plenty there, lilah.
rhug1966
17/10/2018
18:21
A BIG WOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW! PERFECT!
chopyead
17/10/2018
17:26
1.) Why did the directors take such HUGE payrises during the last financial year when the share price and prospects for the company crashed? 2.) Why wasn't there an RNS following the disasterous CM auctions - given that the strategy of the company then changed? 3.) Why wasn't there an RNS to state that the 3 remaining diesel sites weren't going to be built? 4.) Why does the Chairman refer in the RNS's to directors and employees when we are led to believe the directors and employees are one and the same. Discourse to the contrary suggests that the Chairman is try to inflate the perception of the size of the company 5.) Why was there a "technical accounting entry" in the cashflow statement to give the misleading impression that REAL cashflow was positive, when in actual fact it was negative once the "warrant payment" that never landed as cash in the bank account was excluded. 6.) Why are directors paid via service companies and not a traditional payroll? 7.) Where will the £3,000,000 come from to fix the existing diesel sites so that they comply with emissions targets. 8.) Can the directors clarify whether they plan to keep or sell their interest in the 6 diesel sites, in the end-of-year results the directors seem to contradict each other in their separate statements 9.) Will the Rockpool gas site be sold in Q2 2019? 10.) Why has over £300,000 been written off over the last two years in abortive planning application? 11.) Why does the Chairman charge the company interest at 8% when lending to the company. How much interest charge did he take for provide the deposit for the CM auctions in 2018? 12.) How many hours per day do the financial director and chairman spend working at PPG given they both have numerous interests in other companies? 13.) On what basis have the 6 diesel sites been valued and by whom? What is the realistic selling price per site, what debt is outstanding against each site and what is the resulting net asset value of each site? 14.) Given the fall in revenue in 2018-2019 and beyond will the directors take pay cuts? 15.) Given the weak cash flow this last year and a projected worse cashflow this current financial year what are the chances of the company becoming suffering from a working capital and liquidity crisis when faced with current liabilities to pay 16.) When will a more experienced CEO be appointed 17.) Would the current CEO/Finance Director and Chairman consider resigning from the board in the best interests of the future of the company?
pbanus
17/10/2018
17:03
I have to be honest and say 'NO' I wont be going and wont waste any more money on this cash cow. I would have thought the questions would have been obvious? Ask him why he failed to deliver all his promises within the last reports? Why he saw fit to award himself a comical pay rise for failure and only working part time? Will and when will he resign for not being fit for purpose? How soon will PPG go bust if he don't resign and put someone with vision in place. Apart from that he will talk his way out of a paper bag to please the devoted loser rampers.
chopyead
17/10/2018
16:53
Is anyone going to go to the AGM Nov 1st? Held at the offices of DMH Stallard LLP, 6 New Street Square, New Fetter Lane, London EC4A 3BF at 11:30 a.m. on 1 November 2018. This is your chance to speak out or happy to ask questions on everyone's behalf if I am supplied a list of serious questions
lilah1
17/10/2018
16:38
They can run but they cant hide from the released figures and the disaster of a share price and shows how well the market views the CEO's performance.
chopyead
17/10/2018
07:21
The directors, should be paid by PPG as employees (not via service companies) this would increase the Tax and NI PPG would have to pay (making it a more reasonable company) the directors should take a hair cut on earnings, free/discounted shares set by shareholders (excluding shareholders on the board)PPG have a great opportunity to lead in accounting policy
isa2020
16/10/2018
20:57
we can only hope marvellous marvin makes another appearance soon, as he was 100% right about the cash cow directors...While Monty was away we've had A1m1investor (or Monty on his other login) toot toot!
pbanus
16/10/2018
20:43
Yet again, you are spot on with your conclusion, you sure your not Marv lol
chopyead
16/10/2018
20:29
Chopyead, do you suppose that Monty and A1m1investor are one and the same? That would explain the BIGDISH share price crash since Monty bought it. Dive dive dive, glug, glug, glug...
pbanus
16/10/2018
20:10
Dear oh dear; NEXT! So not one single ramper, alleged investor can justify the CEO's mega comical pay rise and name one thing they have done in the last year to earn it? Just goes to prove Marv's legacy. Nothing more than a cash cow for its directors; its all in the share price.
chopyead
16/10/2018
16:46
lol Maybe you can answer the question Monty, because A1numbnuts cant.
chopyead
16/10/2018
15:57
OUCH look at the BIGDISH share price, it's collapsed so much since Monty bought it that it will soon be attracting the attention of a1m1investor! Looks like your ramping thread there didn't work Monty :-(
pbanus
16/10/2018
15:15
Boring and repetitive
montynj
16/10/2018
14:16
Looks like the comical pay rise the directors have taken was not well received by the markets; and rightly so, mega pay rise and wages for failure. The CEO needs to resign or the share price will never recover and the company will go bust at this rate.
chopyead
15/10/2018
21:42
a1m1investor are you still trying to pull a doublebagger?
pbanus
15/10/2018
21:34
Since you consider the results to be amazing why has the share price not boomed? Or do you agree that everything in the previous promise of a mega year ahead was all rubbish spouted from CEO who does not have a clue on what he is doing and should resign due to not being fit for purpose, as pointed out by Marvin for the last 2 years? He should resign and take his swag bag with him.
chopyead
15/10/2018
21:30
Waiting? Toot Toot?
chopyead
15/10/2018
19:27
yup, Marvin was 100% right, PPG is a complete cash cow that the directors milk dry
pbanus
15/10/2018
15:36
from what we know about you a1m1investor i imagine you're quite happy with a doublebagger most weeks
pbanus
15/10/2018
13:43
Well I wouldn't be unhappy with a 9 bagger in a year's time :D
a1m1investor
15/10/2018
13:12
did you forget to put the decimal place in there Bishop?
pbanus
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