Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Powerhouse Energy Group Plc LSE:PHE London Ordinary Share GB00B4WQVY43 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.05 5.26% 1.00 8,367,568 13:15:34
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.95 1.05 1.075 0.95 0.95
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy -2.50 -0.15 20
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:03:53 O 34,050 0.985 GBX

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Powerhouse Energy Daily Update: Powerhouse Energy Group Plc is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PHE. The last closing price for Powerhouse Energy was 0.95p.
Powerhouse Energy Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.68p and a 12 week average price of 0.56p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.78p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.25p.
There are currently 2,048,706,914 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 6,961,452 shares. The market capitalisation of Powerhouse Energy Group Plc is £20,487,069.14.
vatnabrekk: So is the PHE share price!
tenapen: Chung, People are dying world wide, Share prices are falling across the board, but you said PHE's share price would fall back and it as, WOW your the so clever ! Now grow up. Regards.
tenapen: I could be wrong ! But I'm thinking the pull back in the phe share price the past few days could have something to do with a virus that is spreading around the world !. You obviously have not heard the news or you would not ask such a stupid question !.
jaknife: Nobbygnome, "So where has Jack gone. It would be nice to hear him acknowledge he called it completely wrong...." I suggest that you go back and look at exactly what I've written and compare that to what you think I've written. In the short term anyone can manipulate a share price, you are assuming that the share price being where it is implies success, which is a big mistake! JakNife
jaknife: Whatsthepoint, re your 11,513: "Asking Jaknife , Ken Chung and Deccer1 amongst others what is your prediction for PHE shares by end of month. !!" We've had this discussion many times in the past. There is little point in me forecasting a short-term price target because in the short term the share price can be, and frequently is, manipulated in advance of share placings and other events in order to facilitate those events. Hence the famous quote, which I paraphrase: In the short term the stock market is a voting machine (adding up which firms are popular and unpopular) but in the long run, the market is a weighing machine (assessing the actual substance of a company). PHE has no substance, it has repeatedly made grandiose and extravagant claims over the years but has never actually delivered on any of those claims. At this point in time it is desperately low on cash and needs to place to raise funds (I remind you that I made this point after the AGM last year when the CEO claimed otherwise). PHE still doesn't have a demonstrable commercial unit, despite it having sought to develop the technology (and failing) for almost two decades now. It is making wild and grandiose claims now and for some reason you chose to dream that "this time it's different". The sensible thing to do would be to sell into this current artificial spike and buy back (in the placing or on market) when the spike is over. In the long run I see nothing but failure at PHE and the share price closer to the share price of 0.3p where it was before this current pre-placement ramp started. regards, JakNife
zeppo: Alan Price gets 8 or 10 times the PHE share price for every airplay. Hopefully he will invest here.
jaknife: Paul, Old posts remembered: =========================================================================== JakNife30 May '17 - 16:35 - 1918 warwick, FWIW, I bought Miton Group for the kids' ISAs. Please feel free to come and tell me what an idiot I am if the share price tanks, or how boring an investment it is if it just boringly plods along. Thankfully I won't have to justify my investment decisions to them for at least another five years so time may make me a genius before the eldest tries to take control. JakNife =========================================================================== warwick6930 May '17 - 16:48 - 1919 Ok you jaknife what price my average in PHE is circa .7 for 130 million shares Let's see who is more successful in 5 years I wouldn't wish your investment Ill I hope you do very well for your kids But you on the other hand are full of it trying to cast doubt on my investments why is that why are you so superior to everyone =========================================================================== warwick6930 May '17 - 17:15 - 1920 So in 5 years they have meandered between 20 and 50p currently pretty much slap bang midway at .375 what are you hoping ?? 10% 20% I thought you were a big clever cheese some sort of share guru that's what you try and give out as the impression everyone should read into your rantings about PHE There must be more to your hatred of pHE than is being given out by your rantings Come on own up why are you such a loud mouth over PHE !!!! =========================================================================== JakNife30 May '17 - 19:45 - 1921 Paul, Obviously I haven't put all of the kids cash into this one share - that would be stupid! They have a wide diversified portfolio of mainly large caps with a little fixed income and then the odd riskier smaller cap stock that displays solid fundamentals such as Miton Group. All LTBH, because I don't like tinkering too much. JakNife =========================================================================== Sadly this little side bet will have to come to an end soon as Miton is going to be taken over. It wasn't a great investment, the kids bought at 37p ish, have had regular dividends and the takeover values it at about 53p ish. But I'd take that every day rather than punt money on an obvious rip-off like PHE. JakNife
zeppo: From earlier RNS: 'Issue of Equity and Director/PDMR Shareholding 28 Jun 2019' 'In addition, the Company is issuing 3,266,667 Ordinary Shares in lieu of fees to its Chief Executive Officer, David Ryan, at a price of 0.6p per share and 2,175,000 Ordinary Shares to Christopher Vanezis, Chief Financial Officer, at 0.5p per share. Following this issue of Ordinary Shares, David Ryan will hold 11,075,000 Ordinary Shares and Christopher Vanezis will hold 5,358,750 Ordinary Shares in the Company, which represents 0.58% and 0.28% respectively of the Company’s enlarged issued ordinary share capital and voting rights.' These issue prices seem, to my small brain: to be above the current share price. - Indicating expectation of a price increase? The AGM should be interesting, Agenda documents indicate that it is on 14th July at midday, in London. But no RNS as yet?
schofi2: Watching the PHE share register has always been the best way to see how the PHE share price is manipulated. between 8:03 and 8:12 we have 20 share sales of around 18 million and no buys, but the price doesn't move. I suggest the only thing we are seeing today is share buys. you would have to be stupit to sell today.
top tips: PHE share price going to rocket.
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