Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Simec Atlantis Energy Limited LSE:SAE London Ordinary Share SG9999011118 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.40 1.9% 21.40 1,190,503 15:57:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
20.80 22.00 21.50 20.90 21.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 4.86 -36.21 -9.00 105
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:08:54 O 220,000 22.00 GBX

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Simec Atlantis Energy Daily Update: Simec Atlantis Energy Limited is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SAE. The last closing price for Simec Atlantis Energy was 21p.
Simec Atlantis Energy Limited has a 4 week average price of 18.40p and a 12 week average price of 14.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 32.10p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6.88p.
There are currently 491,577,655 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,068,700 shares. The market capitalisation of Simec Atlantis Energy Limited is £105,197,618.17.
tempesttroy: My understanding is that Miton have reduced their shareholding from circa 5% to 2.65% hence the recent reduction in share price Anyway, with all that's going on with SAE over all 3 of its divisions, next year really does look like it could be transformational and with it, greater investor value. On that note, I wish all SAE investors and SAE inquisitive investors a healthy & wealthy new year.
tempesttroy: Unfortunately, any major swing upward in SAE's share price will be almost entirely due to the success of SUP & to a lesser extent, the NPA JV. I say unfortunately because it shouldn't be that way. We sometimes forget the core business is tidal were SAE are world leaders not to mention innovators and there's plenty going on there to get excited about and in theory affect the share price. For now though, the next 6 months is likely to be make n break in terms of (in particular) longer term investors profits and by that I include myself of course.
muckshifter: Two fairly pointless RNSs in one day looks a bit desperate to me, and is perhaps driven by the need to stop the share price falling because of the very complicated finance deal announced recently, where, aiui, there was a lower limit to the issue price of new shares of 7p, which gives the financier plenty of scope.
clabburn: Havent read the RNS in detail yet but doesnt feel like great news to me. I had anticipated another raise to sustain the business through next year until they reach financial close on one of their three main projects but thought this would be further down the road and hopefully at a time when the share price was stronger. I think it is a tacit acknowledgement that Uskmouth permitting could go either way or is not likely to arrive quickly. If they were confident then you would imagine they would have held off until after they receive approval which will surely be a trigger for a massive rise in the share price. On the other hand, 12 million is the biggest placement they have managed yet (I think) and I see it as a positive they are still able to access capital. Im not really worried about dilution at this stage of the company's development. Making it to financial close on a multi megawatt scale project will see us well rewarded.
tempesttroy: I agree Clabburn. Needs a solid CFD win and so patience definitely required as we have a while to wait for this opportunity. Tidal likely to continue to make progress with or without government intervention. In the meantime, SUP remains the priority for the business as so much has been put into it both resource & cost. The initial purchase by GFG Alliance, the cost of plans/planning/FFP process/burner trials with Mitsubishi etc. Not sure what this cost is but likely to be running into the £100,000s I would have thought. The share price heavily susceptible to good or bad news so, again, likely to remain hugely volatile over the coming months. Didn't expect it too drop anything like today's levels. (£0.17p) Silly pricing given the enormity of the pipeline. The RNS last week has slightly backfired. Need another one to clearly define good news. Still think there will be a bounce back correction in the new year if not before but now is the time for SAE to deliver.
boxerdogz: TempestTroy24 Nov '20 - 14:58 - 812 of 813 0 0 0 Hi Boxerdogz,wow, that's a tidy volume. With everything that's going on in our world if you're not a millionaire now you soon will be! Tempest I have an investment plan which has served me well, aside from my Regular boring FTSE portfolio I add 1 large AIM listed investment for long term hold into the mix . I have had a small position in SAE for some years now and saw some 7 years ago one of their tidal turbines in Orkney on the qauyside( Impressive ) that is what swicthed me on to them. I just exited a 600 grand initial 2 year investment in RMS ( share price wnet a bit crazy )which multi bagged for me, so this one is my next AIM share to go large. It's obvious a green revolution is underway, I worked for the first company to install the first ever offshore wind farm some 16 years back , now look at offshore wind !!!, I,m offshore right now in Asia. I see Tidal Stream as part of the energy mix for days with no wind and waves etc. The speech today by the Chancellor should provide a catalyst. I,m not greedy and will be looking for 100% return on this one, It may take some considerable time to see these returns ( years !, but they will come IMHO Low MCAP, Low Float and somewhat under the radar. Am very confident on this one.Get the right interest from the AIM crowd and it could see decent gains. I worked around UK waters and around the world for 20 years now running Submersibles systems ( This is my last trip offshore BTW ), The UK has some terrific shallow water tidal and constant currents and is ripe for tidal renewable exploitation, as are many many places around the globe. I also suspect that one of the oil major may well take an interest here ( That's just speculation though ) Good luck I am on Twitter and will post link to @ once back onshore for my research if anyone is interested. I can't access offshore as Twiiter asks for verification via mobile number which i can't access as on a Sat link.
tempesttroy: Hi chaps, looks like LSE are having all sorts of problems with their share chat forum. We're now into our 3rd week were it has been "temporarily" unavailable. Not sure why? No such issue with ADVFN though. share price has taken yet another knock today as red sells dominate the number of share transactions forcing the share price to slide. Might also be number of dark forces in play not helping matters? Anyhow, it seems any uplift as a result of the presidential elections were short lived. The RNS yesterday only having minimal impact which, in truth, does surprise me as this update is clearly beneficial for the long term (tidal) profitability of the business going forward. The share price then might continue to be suppressed while we wait further news on the EP. Might get as late as early March before we receive anything concrete as a consulting period will ensue once any grant has been permitted. Until then I believe we might have to hang on to our shirt-tails! Appreciate other views.
tempesttroy: SAE share price doing better this week. Hopefully it can continue to gain some lost ground.
x54v: Arden target price = 77p Investec target price = 75p Current share price = 25p. So 3x the current share price to get to those broker TPs. An exciting few months ahead.
clabburn: Hard to say what the reaction to a rejection would be. Safe to say it wouldnt be positive! The share price would likely return to its recent lows and it would be harder for the company to continue raising money. We shouldnt forget they are still in growth stage burning about £4m a year. I think a lot would depend on timing. If a rejection were to hypothetically come a few months down the line, after they have already announced a pipeline of other conversion projects (in South Korea perhaps?) or after Meygen expansion or Raz Blanchard has been confirmed then it may be not be too bad. I suspect the company would contest the decision and would have a good chance of winning on appeal. Investors should be expecting a big equity raise at some point in the tens of millions so they can start to quickly scale up and advance their exciting plans but I am hoping that comes after the share price re-rates to the 75-80p region many are now expecting. As ever, this is an investment where you weigh up the risk/reward. For me its still looking very good.
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