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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.525p 202,473 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.50p 0.55p 0.525p 0.525p 0.525p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electricity 1.35 -0.57 -0.08 4.3

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Plutus Pwrgen Daily Update: Plutus Pwrgen is listed in the Electricity sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PPG. The last closing price for Plutus Pwrgen was 0.53p.
Plutus Pwrgen has a 4 week average price of 0.45p and a 12 week average price of 0.45p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.45p.
There are currently 825,262,268 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,280,863 shares. The market capitalisation of Plutus Pwrgen is £4,332,626.91.
bishopawn: Interims due 31st January 2019, and I think there would be a closed period ahead of that (one month?). So, if directors wanted to increase their holding ahead of that period, now is the time to do so, I would have thought, especially with the inviting level of share price. The move to increase share holdings underlines the previous RNS this week, that there is no rational reason for the recent drop in the share price, and the Chairman has put his money where his mouth is and led by example, which is great to see. It could have been quite easily one idiot with a large holding who chose to sell out (bad timing in my opinion!) that caused the negative price movement this week. The multiple large junks sold suggests this scenario. When news of funding for 4 or 5 gas sites comes on the wires, this week's buyers will be glad they did take the opportunity afforded by the price weakness that is completely incongruous to the company's true position.
1savvyinvestor: I haven't commented on this trashing of the share price for a while but this is now showing all the signs of panic. Someone or more than one person sold today on news that Chelverton will be looking to exit their 'Growth Trust" due to poor performance . Plutus is of course one of the shares they hold. Chelverton have clearly stated they will try to maximise their investments over a minimum of two years. They will be looking to offload their investments at a suitable time in that period but are certainly not in the business of panic dumping . So the sales today were not Chelverton. In addition Paternoster have not sold a bean. Interestingly whoever was selling actually managed to create liquidity today for the first time in ages with buyers coming in to facilitate the sells. If the seller is done, and after the recent fund raise at 0.6, the share price should start to recover. With Rockpool sites now likely to be sold in 2019 and a Plutus Market cap around £3 million PPG ought to be in the eye of many bargain watchers. Once the new shares are admitted on Wednesday things should settle and I expect the beginnings of a recovery.
chopyead: Monty, if that comment was meant for me then my answer is; I am under no illusion PPG presented a gullible story and I fell for hook line and sinker. I can only respond to facts not fiction, the share price and results do not lie. Like it or not, PPG are on the brink of going bust within the next 6 months due to its part time greedy directors who are milking PPG dry. Why else do you see the share price performing so poorly? Why else do you see funny calculations within the results? What have the part time directors being doing for the last 6 months apart from Milking PPG? On and on, so over to you. What one liner positive statement can you post; made by the part time directors in the results that benefit share holders and the share price ??? Forget the maybe or possible fantasy; just one actual positive fact?
lilah1: Things aren't going to get better share price wise, until funding is in place and this isn't going to happen until 1st quarter next year. I expect the share price to fall more until then as previously stated Overview of the end of year results. The cash flow statement shows increased negativity from current operations and the company states that income from the Triad (and other incentives) will be lower next year and beyond. The Directors statement suggests that income, in the short term will only cover costs, at best, and that an equity raise is on the horizon. There is little in the short/medium term to suggest this share is anything more than a hold. This is what they say in the Accounts -The Directors have based their opinions on a cash flow forecast, which assumes that sufficient revenue will be generated for working capital purposes and that operating costs will be kept to a minimum until adequate revenue streams are secured. In addition future plans for the Group will be funded externally through a mix of debt and equity financing, which at the time of signing the accounts had not yet been completed. Just read the results a bit more thoroughly. Numerous red flags. I think this is indeed a pivotal year for ppg, but it hasn’t been a good one. Half a million loss, and 73% of revenue came from triad. I know you don’t want to hear it, so I will stay away for a while. Good luck to you all.
chopyead: Silly boy; the only person responsible for the disaster of a share price is its CEO; In truth I or u have no influence over the share price. Please feel free to mention what the CEO has done to improve the share price with news announced in the RNS? Im sure it will be a one liner lol, good luck, toot toot!
pbanus: @a1m1investor, "so I'll maybe lay off them for a bit" problems with the eyesight old man? PPG isn't 30%+ ahead, the share price was lower on Friday, why take daily, weekly or monthly intervals, why not take 15 second intervals in the share price and you might find even more variation in the share price. Yes come on buy some more, "top up", "buy the dip" with your misplaced confidence. Where's the TR1 you said would be coming? Why don't Chelverton or Paternoster buy more shares at these bargain levels? ARF ARF!!
a1m1investor: What happened to the share price Sep16 - Dec16? It tripled, 0.11p to 0.33p What happened to the share price June17-Dec17 It doubled, 0.13p to 0.26p So what's your point? That it's a volatile AIM share? How crazy is that, that never happens on AIM, ARF ARF!! That it has a seasonal history of rising into the end of the year? Oh wait, that's my point ;-) Expecting the 2018 doubling of the share price to start right.... about....NOW! GLA! :D
lilah1: This the reality of PPG All references to gas sites, in the official RNSs since May 2017 have yet to be delivered on. The time lines and funding of these gas sites in the RNSs were obviously a bit too ambitious and so we still have no funding in place We know what they are trying to do re gas sites but they have over promised and under delivered to date We have no idea if they can deliver on this or if they are about to deliver on it Share prices are built and destroyed on expectations. Their naiveness has trashed the share price this year. Can they deliver this as anticipated and how much longer will it take, how long will the share price keep falling if we don't hear something positive long is a piece of string
montynj: 1renard. Totally agree with you. Judicial Review of OFGEM decision is basically a win win at these share price levels. If judicial review doesn't overturn OFGEM decision then nothing changes...if it does overturn then up to 3p sharpish. Plus asset support for share price as discussed many times. Thus, putting it all together, it's no surprise that 1.5p is a fantastic base for the share price to build off. No wonder people are buying. Also even on a worse case scenario that the big hoped for financing deal doesn't come through the share price is well protected by assets..on the latter point, one mustn't forget the fact that the board of directors have huge skin in the game as they hold 49% of the equity. It's in their interests to succeed. When I was at the Investor show in london and spoke to the directors they were optimistic. I got the impression that the 80% asset financing has been done but what was taking the time was the mezzanine financing (we have discussed all this many times before so let's not repeat). Of course, the co could have done an equity raise instead and all could have been done in December but that would not have been in the interests of shareholders in the board. The mezzanine financing is taking the time and as I understand it there are many moving parts to satisfy. So I remain hugely bullish and would ask everyone to stay patient.
marvin9: Why are you comparing Green Frog to PPG lol Green Frog have a CEO who is active in promoting the company and successful! PPG has a free rider CEO who is doing nothing but drink champers? I have more knowledge than you ever will of the activities of PPG and its lazy CEO. Its all in the share price petal, no matter how you try and ramp pump and dump PPG. My alleged ramblings will never ever be as boring as the performance of the CEO at PPG LMAO! Just look at the share price lol, its pityfull! He aint fit for purpose and should go and make way for someone who can, he is useless, historically! Now go to bed and think of another pathetic ramp for tomorrow lol; end of the day; the share price says what the market thinks of your pathetic CEO and his forward thinking of PPG; in short clueless free rider so get rid!
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