Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Polemos LSE:PLMO London Ordinary Share GB00BZ1MJW42 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.70p 749,111 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.65p 0.75p 0.70p 0.70p 0.70p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial -1.47 -4.00 0.7

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21/7/2018
09:20
Polemos Daily Update: Polemos is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PLMO. The last closing price for Polemos was 0.70p.
Polemos has a 4 week average price of 0.65p and a 12 week average price of 0.65p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.55p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.63p.
There are currently 104,063,699 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,698,469 shares. The market capitalisation of Polemos is £728,445.89.
29/6/2018
11:07
pwhite73: The share price is far lower than it has ever been under HH. There are no Good Samaritan directors on the AIM.
02/6/2018
09:12
pwhite73: You can't put a value on this stock from its cash balance. These types of the shares are at the mercy of behind the scenes market activities. Last week the stock was selling for 1.9p on a supposed short squeeze a week later it has halved. It is likely the new placing shares gave the shorts the opportunity to close. Unless the company is forward selling new placing shares this appears to be it as far as dilution is concerned. That the warrants have been cancelled also puts a lid on shares being drip fed into the market to weigh down the share price. PLMO has until the 09/09/2018 to either complete an RTO, raise £6m in cash or face suspension. Good news can send the share price soaring. No news will lead to a daily drip drip effect as investors become concerned about the suspension and their money being tied up for another six months.
20/5/2018
22:01
pwhite73: Directors pumping money into AIM companies they run means zilch. They can recoup the money a hundred times over via salaries, options, bonuses, warrants, personal expenses like travel placed on the company's accounts, etc. WTF is £75k? ha ha ha. I don't doubt NB's sincerity to turn PLMO into a profitable business but for me him purchasing £75k worth of stock is no indication the share price is going anyway in the long term. It will only make a sustained movement upward when the markets sees value in the company. The predicted short squeeze that everybody and the Tiggy the cat have been rabbiting on about may well happen tomorrow or it may not. I really have no idea.
20/5/2018
21:45
pwhite73: fonters Your last two comments just goes to show how wet behind the ears you are. In this game the bucket shops are the shorters. As a PI you would never be allowed to take out a short on a microcap stock like PLMO. Coldspring. Even for someone with the record of NB he still cannot pull a rabbit out of the hat. The monies that are being raised through the placings is a pittance. Something else has to happen for this share price to rise. Will it involve further dilution? Will it involve a suspension prior to an RTO who knows ? To be honest I have absolutely no idea whatsoever where this is going next week. But as I said if history is anything to go by it is Joe Mug PI who will pick up the tab for all the shenanigans that have taken place over the last month. I do so hope I am wrong.
15/3/2018
17:59
hedgehog 100: PWhite73 15 Mar '18 - 08:55 - 701 of 701 " ... There is obviously a reason why Novum and Turner Pope are taking on the risk." Yes, the fact that they got a discount of over 50% to the share price at the time, with the new share price being covered (for the moment) by assets, plus one for one warrants at the same price. If a new RTO is arranged, the shares are likely to be suspended again when it is announced. But in any case, why buy in the market at over 0.01p (or 1p after consolidation), if you can buy new shares at that price, without dealing costs, and perhaps with warrants attached? The warrants give exposure to potential upside within a year, but without the downside (including potential delisting). And if the company needed to raise funds at below the nominal value in the future, it could change it fairly easily, as has been done in many other cases.
30/9/2017
06:58
easylikeasonntagmorgen: Barney, read the RNS. The value of Oyster will reflect PLMO share price. PLMO are still invested in Oyster.
26/8/2017
19:52
easylikeasonntagmorgen: What will happen to Plmo share price when Oyster list on aim?
25/7/2017
12:21
under the radar: Our CEO got his options (50m at 0.045p)and hasnt sold them . He then bought 44m shares in the last placing , so it's obvious that he thinks that the share price will be higher at some point in the future . What are the rules regarding a RTO , do you need a certain amount of directors on the bod ? , if that's the case , then it would explain why Danial and Nick joined . Mr Burton and Mr Mason bought 100m shares each and haven't sold a single share , so obviously they also think that the share price will increase at some point . Aim doesn't want any more investment companies on Aim , especially with a mkt cap below £5m - £6m. How will Hamish create shareholder value with 5.1b shares in issue ?. The only way is to get a stake in a private company / and to do a RTO. A share consolidation doesn't always mean bad news . It all depends on the asset / number of shares and market cap . This would be my preferred route and maybe that's why we didn't lend OY the money and why GUN done it instead . We now have about £1.1m in cash that's just waiting for the right investment to happen . Donald and Leni sold some of their Dor shares a few days before Polemos announced a placing . These guys are mates and are on the bod at various different companies (all interlinked between them). Knowing this I'm pretty sure that they took part in our placing . The latest news with AfriAg and LGC (both Leni Gas companies) makes me think that we will get a nice stake in House of Henp or that a reverse takeover will happen . Both of those companies have commited to pay $4.9m within 6 months (to start cannabis production). You only have to see what happened with all the Weald companies to see what will happen . It's what these guys do and our £1m cash will go a long way towards the $4.9m. AfriAg and House of Henp are private companies and I'm sure Leni would like a new cannabis firm that's listed on Aim . It just makes perfect sense ... everything adds up . You never know it could be a Sunshine Resources RTO but I'm leaning towards LGC . We should see the biggest shareholder list get updated soon because the new shares hit the market today (hardly any sells) which means everyone is holding . Our market cap is now £1.1m and that reflects our cash position , our Aim listing is worth another £500k as well . It will be interesting too see if we get anymore TR1's from the big shareholders who have increased their stake before the 15th August (when the close period ends). Nothing is guaranteed in this game , all we can do is our own research and invest accordingly . It's a waiting game now , the market will rinse any traders or anyone who has lost patience . The share price doesn't always correlate with what's going on behind the scenes / what's about to get announced . Time will tell .... GLA
17/3/2013
10:37
the shellmeister: PLMO - PoLeMOs Shares : 387m Price : 0.265p Mkt Cap: £1.0m Cash : £1.3m Polemos means 'God of War' and is a Cash Shell rising from the Ashes of Plus Markets (PMK). As you can see on the chart the big fall from 1.0p to 0.2p came about in May 2012 when Plus Markets PMK announced they could no longer continue as a Business conducting the operations of Plus Markets because they had not been able to find a buyer during their Formal Sale Process. http://www.investegate.co.uk/plus-markets-group--plmo-/rns/closure-of-formal-sale-process/201205140700242463D/ However since that event PMK did eventually find a buyer for Plus Markets it was sold to ICAP. Some shareholders were not happy with the previous Management and New Management came in and the Shell Company became PLMO.Not only that but some shareholders in PMK who paid 5p for their shares think PLMO is or should still be worth 5p a share. They think something in the process was not quite right and are demanding answers. The new Management of PLMO seem to think this PMK part of PLMO history is worth investigating. Even partial recovery of the hoped for 5p a share value could have a huge impact on the PLMO share price. Here is comment from the Interim Results in September 2012 "The Company's new board of directors will continue to investigate the payments made in relation to the formal sale process and wind-down of the Company and payments made to the executives to ensure that, where possible, an appropriate recovery of funds for the benefit of the Company and its shareholders can be sought. The new board of directors will also investigate the role of the non-executive directors in relation to the SX Disposal. In addition, the new board of directors are reviewing the terms of the disposal of PLUS-TS." so just to emphasise the key comment "...an appropriate recovery of funds for the benefit of the Company and its shareholders.." http://www.investegate.co.uk/plus-markets-group--plmo-/rns/interim-results/201209280900023900N/ But PLMO Management are not just dwelling on the past. The new Non-Executive Chairman is Don Strang who is a colleague of David Lenigas a renowned dealmaker. The principle aim of the new Management is for PLMO to make investments in the African Oil and Gas sector. PLMO has 387m shares in Issue. At the current price PLMO is valued at only £1.0m ! That means that any AIM Investor can own 1% of this Company for a paltry 10k ! You can buy 1 million shares in PLMO for only £2700 Unlike many other shells PLMO has significant amount of cash at its disposal. Over £1.3m at last count. That by itself implies a share price of something of the order of 0.34p per share in other words a 25% premium to the current price. Here is a comparison of some of the main shells on AIM which are looking for investments in the Oil and Gas or Resources sector. ZOL £18m Zoltav Resources (Cash of £0.4m ; Net Assets £0.6m) RBD £3m Reabold Resources (Cash of £0m ; Net Assets - Negative) 3DR £3m 3D Resources (Cash of £0.25m ; Net Assets £0.55m) PLMO £1m Polemos (Cash of £1.3m ; Net Assets £1.6m) Polemos has more cash and net assets than Shells which are valued at 3 to 18 times PLMO ! Some examples of recent transformative shell takeovers Nanotech NANO (formerly Evolutec) Market Cap £340m Fastjet FJET (formerly RUBI Rubicon Diversified) Market Cap £60m Stratmin Global STGR (formerly WSAG Woodbourne Silver) Market Cap £27m Kemin Resources KEM (formerly GMA Gold Mines of Algeria) Market Cap £41m "The stories of Cluff and Rubicon illustrate that AIM's cash shells are a very diverse bunch, but what both have in common is their determination to move forward and do a deal. While there are still shells on the market that are dormant in every sense of the word, there are plenty that offer a gateway to a new world of opportunity." http://www.growthbusiness.co.uk/growing-a-business/company-flotations/2113078/the-rise-of-cash-shells.thtml So in summary PLMO looks like a highly promising shell. The Management behind it are well known dealmakers and have good contacts in the Resources industry. The Company have cash at their disposal. Interestingly unlike other shells they seem to have two shots at generating possible substantial value for shareholders. Firstly by recovering any value from the detritus of the previous business and secondly from injecting new growth investments into the cash shell and providing a new business with a ready made listing and access to the capital markets. PLMO is my current favourite shell.
17/3/2013
10:37
the shellmeister: PLMO - PoLeMOs Shares : 387m Price : 0.265p Mkt Cap: £1.0m Cash : £1.3m Polemos means 'God of War' and is a Cash Shell rising from the Ashes of Plus Markets (PMK). As you can see on the chart the big fall from 1.0p to 0.2p came about in May 2012 when Plus Markets PMK announced they could no longer continue as a Business conducting the operations of Plus Markets because they had not been able to find a buyer during their Formal Sale Process. http://www.investegate.co.uk/plus-markets-group--plmo-/rns/closure-of-formal-sale-process/201205140700242463D/ However since that event PMK did eventually find a buyer for Plus Markets it was sold to ICAP. Some shareholders were not happy with the previous Management and New Management came in and the Shell Company became PLMO. Not only that but some shareholders in PMK who paid 5p for their shares think PLMO is or should still be worth 5p a share. They think something in the process was not quite right and are demanding answers. The new Management of PLMO seem to think this PMK part of PLMO history is worth investigating. Even partial recovery of the hoped for 5p a share value could have a huge impact on the PLMO share price. Here is comment from the Interim Results in September 2012 "The Company's new board of directors will continue to investigate the payments made in relation to the formal sale process and wind-down of the Company and payments made to the executives to ensure that, where possible, an appropriate recovery of funds for the benefit of the Company and its shareholders can be sought. The new board of directors will also investigate the role of the non-executive directors in relation to the SX Disposal. In addition, the new board of directors are reviewing the terms of the disposal of PLUS-TS." so just to emphasise the key comment "...an appropriate recovery of funds for the benefit of the Company and its shareholders.." http://www.investegate.co.uk/plus-markets-group--plmo-/rns/interim-results/201209280900023900N/ But PLMO Management are not just dwelling on the past. The new Non-Executive Chairman is Don Strang who is a colleague of David Lenigas a renowned dealmaker. The principle aim of the new Management is for PLMO to make investments in the African Oil and Gas sector. PLMO has 387m shares in Issue. At the current price PLMO is valued at only £1.0m ! That means that any AIM Investor can own 1% of this Company for a paltry 10k ! You can buy 1 million shares in PLMO for only £2700 Unlike many other shells PLMO has significant amount of cash at its disposal. Over £1.3m at last count. That by itself implies a share price of something of the order of 0.34p per share in other words a 25% premium to the current price. Here is a comparison of some of the main shells on AIM which are looking for investments in the Oil and Gas or Resources sector. ZOL £18m Zoltav Resources (Cash of £0.4m ; Net Assets £0.6m) RBD £3m Reabold Resources (Cash of £0m ; Net Assets - Negative) 3DR £3m 3D Resources (Cash of £0.25m ; Net Assets £0.55m) PLMO £1m Polemos (Cash of £1.3m ; Net Assets £1.6m) Polemos has more cash and net assets than Shells which are valued at 3 to 18 times PLMO ! Some examples of recent transformative shell takeovers Nanotech NANO (formerly Evolutec) Market Cap £340m Fastjet FJET (formerly RUBI Rubicon Diversified) Market Cap £60m Stratmin Global STGR (formerly WSAG Woodbourne Silver) Market Cap £27m Kemin Resources KEM (formerly GMA Gold Mines of Algeria) Market Cap £41m "The stories of Cluff and Rubicon illustrate that AIM's cash shells are a very diverse bunch, but what both have in common is their determination to move forward and do a deal. While there are still shells on the market that are dormant in every sense of the word, there are plenty that offer a gateway to a new world of opportunity." http://www.growthbusiness.co.uk/growing-a-business/company-flotations/2113078/the-rise-of-cash-shells.thtml So in summary PLMO looks like a highly promising shell. The Management behind it are well known dealmakers and have good contacts in the Resources industry. The Company have cash at their disposal. Interestingly unlike other shells they seem to have two shots at generating possible substantial value for shareholders. Firstly by recovering any value from the detritus of the previous business and secondly from injecting new growth investments into the cash shell and providing a new business with a ready made listing and access to the capital markets. PLMO is my current favourite shell.
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