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% 1.125p 135,899 08:00:00
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1.10p 1.15p 1.125p 1.125p 1.125p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electricity 1.35 -0.20 -0.03 8.1

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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 1.13p.
Plutus Pwrgen has a 4 week average price of 0.95p and a 12 week average price of 0.93p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.65p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.93p.
There are currently 723,928,935 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,383,486 shares. The market capitalisation of Plutus Pwrgen is £8,144,200.52.
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!!
lilah1: Bmcb5: “CEO shares being sold over the coming months” That won’t be happening due to probate Probate: On average, probate takes between six to nine months to complete and can take up to eighty working hours. However, other complications can cause the process to take considerably longer, such as if the Will is contested, or the deceased did not keep clear records of all their assets. The problem PPG has is the Longley and Tatnall have no experience at all in the energy sector and both of them only work part time at PPG due to other AIM interests, Stranger, Papillon & Fandango. Paul Lazarovic is the only full time employee with an energy sector background. PPG need a CEO with a background in energy to pull this off / funding and mapping out the future. No one is going to invest until the management structure is complete and in place. Until then the share price will fall further unless we hear some positive PR, which to date has been non existent and very badly managed indeed which underlines the inexperienced management team. We need answers
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
lilah1: So more than 16 months will have passed by if you're saying September since PPG talked about raising funds for gas sites. It might not be September, the way things have gone, it could easily be November or January 2019 before we hear of funding. It just doesn't take that long to get funding in place, complicated or not. So what is holding this up and how much longer does the share price get battered by directors not delivering on any of their RNSs on gas and taking out over £500,000 in salaries plus interest of 8% on funds loaned. More accountability needs to be had. All very well people calling the Directors and them saying hold on its complicated but we will get there in the end, that's just a fob off. The way things are and the track record on delivering on their RNSs doesn't build confidence, which is very much reflected in the share price collapse.
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!
1savvyinvestor: So - A brief "where we are" comment. What do we know and what is secure? six sites up and running originally set up with Rockpool. These are earning circa £1 million each winter and capacity market payments at a higher rate kick in this year and next with 15 year contracts . Another three Rockpool sites in preparation . These sites are likely to be sold in early 2019. The cash value to Rockpool of each site could be around £3 million. The current share price is worth less than these established assets so we should be sitting at a rock bottom price right now. The opportunity - In spite of much speculation on many forums the expected news has not yet arrived re gas funding. But think about it. The current price of Plutus stock is counting the success of the negotiations at zero. What will happen if an RNS drops saying a deal has been done to finance 10 gas sites with backing from JCB and named big six energy company and with 80% PPG ownership. We know there is precious little stock as the share price rises on wafer thin volume. The only way of profiting from good news is to have a substantial holding at the current price . Currently it is quite easy to buy small amounts of stock as weak holders keep jumping ship. It won't be so easy after an RNS. I still believe that RNS will come in spite of the length of time it has taken to get over the line. All IMHO of course but the risk/reward ratio remains compelling .
marvin9: SavyBishop, u will be, due to your investing style ;) When the share price was at 2.05p I said it would fall to 1.5p, you lot ramped and said it would go to 3p and higher. What about all the hurtful things you rampers say about me on a daily basis when I historically prove you lot wrong eh! But I'm not bothered to be honest; I'm a grown up and can take the school yard comments. Its a true fact, evident in results; and like the company, basic and boring, with little comment to promote the company; but it does have potential but a funeral stock has more life in it. The share price is not reflected in their hard work because they are not very good at promoting the company; resulting in a poor share price. I have said they know the trade very well, but when it comes to promotion; they are poor; hence the poor share price. You have used this excuse for the last 12 months with nothing to show they have improved this side of the company.
1savvyinvestor: There is only one disgraceful thing here and that is your constant lies about investors and contributors on the main thread. PPG share price is suffering temporarily at the moment and it is a surprise to all who know the business. The best way to succeed here will be to follow Warren Buffet's philosophy - he talked about finding good companies with great management and the best holding period is actually forever. He also talks about getting rich slowly or poor quickly. Best way to get poor on an AIM stock is to panic sell every time the share price goes in the wrong direction.
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