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
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.025p 1.95p 2.10p 2.025p 2.025p 2.025p 643,742 07:41:39
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electricity 1.4 -0.2 -0.0 - 14.66

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17/1/201819:39Plutus PowerGen (PPG)1,355
14/11/201711:06Evidence of market abuse?36
24/4/201710:01Careful Bankruptcy looms PPG is finished AMEN31
29/3/201720:01PPG next regulatory problem - emmisions33

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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 2.03p.
Plutus Pwrgen has a 4 week average price of 1.95p and a 12 week average price of 1.95p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.33p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.08p.
There are currently 723,928,935 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,138,732 shares. The market capitalisation of Plutus Pwrgen is £14,659,560.93.
1renard: Just trying to get a handle on why this share is so stuck. I've been reading through the many excellent and informative posts and read all the RNS announcements over the last three years. I come to this as an investor in one of the Rockpool spvs. All indications from Rockpool are that they are very pleased with the build out of sites and that they anticipate realising their investments in early 2019. I look at the market cap of 16 million and I see a really sizeable mismatch between the share price and reality of the situation on the ground. The CEO has done a remarkable job raising around £6 million per site to get them up and running. That alone is an investment of £54 million. Indications I have heard are that each site will be worth round £10 million come sale. With a 45% share that would make these worth at least £4 million to Plutus. A very simple bit of maths extrapolates a value of £36 million to Plutus. That alone makes the current share price unfathomable. Add into that all the potential for further spvs with a much higher percentage of ownership and I find the current price absurd. I have been a buyer over the last couple of weeks and will continue to top up.
jamiejw: In such a small share volatility must be expected. If you look back to post TRIAD news the shares were trading as low as 1p. Anyone who got in at these levels would be looking at a return of 100%+ which will result in profit taking. The big drop down from the 3p level would have created a big backlog of potential sellers who were waiting for the recovery in price before getting rid of the stock. The company has delivered (bar a one month delay- Ipswich news today)all that we were expecting and as such we have seen a recovery from 1p to 2p over the past 10 months. Until the interim report is released it would be very difficult for many to continue to buy based on the company being effectively still pre-profit. When the interim update comes out (been towards end of Jan - previous years) will be a big turning point. If the figures show improvement as they have done in each of the previous update then this drop in the price will prove a strong buying opportunity. I am awaiting this update and continue to hold/top up on the stock as the price falls. Until this stock reports actual hard profit it is difficult to expect a share price rise above the 2.70 level which is now a big resistance point. Looking forward to the update hopefully end of Jan/early Feb.
pbanus: I made a posting on this some time ago. The continued daily selling will almost certainly relate to the Loan Note Conversion, announced by RNS on 27th Nov last year. 12.5M shares issued at an equivalent price of 0.8p. Clearly whoever owns these wanted/still wants to realise their capital gain, so is selling them in the market at significantly more than what they received them for. This isn't a ramping/de-ramping story, it really a technical anomaly. There's nothing wrong with the company just some previous lender now wants their money out at the highest capital value they can achieve, that's why they are drip feeding these through the market on a daily basis. At some point they will have sold the lot, at which point the share price will most likely stabilise and rise, particularly with the strong programme of expansion that the company outlined on 21st Dec for the coming year. Sorry to hear you are upset by what you feel happened previously Marvin, but I think your account of events here is inaccurate.
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.
marvin9: SavyBishop finally comes clean and says it as it is. PPG is a pile of biz and expect more of the jam tomorrow during 2018. Have to say, well done for stating the obvious I exposed over the last 2 years. Wonder if he will now get slated? poor nw99 who claims to own 95% of the company is bricking it. Or is SavvyBishop calling a double bluff? Now he has off loaded his shares and wants the share price to fall so he can buy back mega cheaper? Who knows.
montynj: Buying early stage growth companies needs a lot of patience and the ultimate reward more than makes up for the frustrating periods...PPG is obviously still below the radar and what the catalyst will be is anyone's guess. However, you know as well as I do that there will be a catalyst and then the share price will take off. Don't forget the tortoise vs hare race and that the tortoise won..some short term traders may be bored in making more than 100% in last few years vs blockchain shares but when the party finishes and the music stops those blockchain shs will get hammered. Good luck to them but I'm not going to gamble my livelihood on a bubble . I'm in with PPG for the long term. This is a simple cash generating play with the national grid and big 6 energy companies as counterparties. The fact that the rest of the market hasn't woken up to the prospects yet is annoying but will happen. Trust me. I've been working in the stock market for over 30 years and I can see a gem
montynj: It's so boring reading messages from private investors whinging about short-term selling by other investors who probably have other reasons why they are selling other than the company itself. If you don't like seeing other people selling then you shouldn't be in the share price if you're worried most people who are in the share price are in for the long-term because this is a very early stage growth company if you don't like it then get out
zengas: Surely a trashed share price might help PPGs case and others in the sector? I don't think PPG want to say anything more because if they announced any kind of alternative strategy they might have in mind for investors and in addressing the current share price decline, it might only be seen by Ofgem that their strategy to cut incentives is the correct one - if companies were to announce that they could mitigate Ofgems decision. Therefore for now PPG could be probably correct in allowing short term pain by refusing to make further comment on the matter ? "Until the consultation process and formal decisions have been announced, PPG will not be making further comment".
marvin9: What is it with you lot.. I said I had concerns and said something was not right and those concerns where proven to be right. I probably saved a few investors from losing their shirt; and you still come here talking to me as if it was my fault the share price crashed. Few points: I have never claimed to have insider knowledge or have close contact with PPG directors like some ;) I have never boasted about little ducks in a line promising a positive stream of news that will enhance the share price very soon. I have never constantly boasted about the number of shares I topped up and miracle lows on every buy. I have never boasted I have sold every other stock I hold to buy PPG. I have never boasted this stock will be my pension and it is a sure bet to make you fortunes. I never boasted about a long line of ducks being lined up that will mega boost the share price. On and on. When you smell a rat, their is probably a nest of em ;) Not one of those supposed buyers have come back onto the boards and complained they have now lost more than half of their investment????????? Very weird, lost all that money and not one complaint?????????? Mmmmmmmm, something aint right ;) Don't matter how much you try and sweep this under the carpet, this was blatant insider dumper dealing at mega levels. Find the mega dumper and Alles wird klar sein! Anyone calculated how much this news will affect PPG future profits, direction?
marvin9: It looks like I’m upsetting 2-3 people who have their own agenda here with the amount of touchy red thumbs down im getting. Getting warm am I lol ;) Let’s be honest, these same people have no access to insider information no more than what we have; that’s unless you want to come clean and provide your so called source? Thought not ;) I have read the Fairy tale, and on paper PPG do have a great story to tell and if it does end in a magical happy ending then PPG will be a mega 5 + bagger. However; this all relies on PPG getting more contracts and this mystical partnership funding? But why was this so called funder not announced at the time? What’s all the secret squirrel stuff? Like it or not this mega seller dumper has off loaded stock for several weeks and into the millions of shares; this is from a mega holder who is dumping stock into a rising share price with the added fact of imminent great news to be announced in 2 weeks, which will cause the share price to rise significantly… allegedly? Saying this, I still hold my shares and won’t sell, might as well see the game out now, Ive been hook a ducked!  PS Well done Marv for catching the share price at yesterday's low of the day and buying more stock ;)
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