Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Vela Technologies Plc LSE:VELA London Ordinary Share GB00BYZ9XC29 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.005 -6.45% 0.0725 138,992,465 15:21:24
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.07 0.075 0.0775 0.0725 0.0775
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media -0.16 -0.02 12
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:21:45 O 60,546 0.075 GBX

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Vela Technologies Daily Update: Vela Technologies Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VELA. The last closing price for Vela Technologies was 0.08p.
Vela Technologies Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.07p and a 12 week average price of 0.07p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.14p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.06p.
There are currently 16,252,335,184 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 342,263,234 shares. The market capitalisation of Vela Technologies Plc is £11,782,943.01.
pwhite73: Now 0.070p - 0.075p. The Vela share price is not connected to anything SGS does. Its connected to the sewage pipeline attached to the equity raising mug PI money drainage system.
pwhite73: O_F - I can accept your argument about the drug being beneficial to diabetics or even diabetics with Covid for that matter. That is not my issue or the scam. The scam was investors were invited to purchase shares in Vela as a result of Vela's investment in a drug that was being trialled for diabetics with Covid. No such drug was ever being trialled. The Arcadia trial was about a drug already being trialled AZD1656 and any benefits it might bring to diabetics with Covid. (Gosh is that so hard to understand). The Phase II trial was a resounding success and the Vela share price has collapsed by 40%. What would have happened if the Phase II trial had been a resounding failure. The same result the Vela share price would have still collapsed by 40%.
bapodra_investments: Vela's investment in MTI Wireless Edge is around 84 and not far off its ATH. It has a market cap of around £75m. Cornerstone FS only has a market cap of around £6m so there is still plenty of growth to come in that investment in my personal view. Kanabo after its 50% decline in share price (Vela made a very quick profit on its investment here so it has more or less a free run on this) has a market cap of around £70m. Vela invested wisely in my opinion in Mode Global Holdings PLC. Yes it is slightly below its IPO price and has a market cap of around £39m but I think Mode will grow significantly in the years to come. Right now it is actively pursing its growth strategy and in time (patience required) it will be reflected in its share price and market cap. I really like Aeristech investment but this in unlisted and will take time to mature. There have been no updates on WeShop and Revolve Technologies. Disruptive Tech (DTL) is in wind down. So even without SGS Capital and the success of the trial there is plenty in Vela's investment portfolio. Vela is a long term investment and with the appointment of JN it was like a reset had taken place where older investments were shown the door and new investments made. Investments like Vela should be held for at least 5 years or longer in my view. Only been 12 months or so since JN arrived on the scene so we need to give him time. Not every single investment Vela makes will be successful under JN but he has already banked profits quickly on Kanabo so we need to have a balanced view outside of SGS. However, I do accept SGS is JN's largest investment so all eyes are focussed on this at the moment.
bapodra_investments: We will all find out on Monday but the key thing as an investor is the price action. Even if PWhite73 is right (I do not know to be honest) then it is how the share price behaves which is the most important thing. The share price action will confirm/reject PWhite's view very shortly. If PWhite is correct then we will see Vela's share price go back down to 0.06p - 0.07p range. If he is wrong then expect Vela to smash through 0.12p and above.
bapodra_investments: Blueblood - Vela has issued a lot of shares. It is in the billions rather than millions. That is a fact. So why is this a problem? Every time Vela has issued additional shares, it has increased the number of shares being traded in the market. Now for existing shareholders like me who have been invested since 2017 (this is not my finest moment as an investor) the excessive shares have led to the dilution of the shares. This is because the additional shares that Vela have issued will have reduced the value of the existing shares that investors like myself and others held. So for new investors or even newer investors it may not present the same issue as an investor who has seen Vela issue shares galore over the past four years. Where as an investor who has just invested and has not experienced share dilution will have a different experience. This is why I invested at I think it was 0.08p a few months back to mitigate the share dilution I had suffered and bring my average significantly down in the process. Now if Vela were issuing those extra shares which led to capital being invested which increased the valuation of the company, shareholders could see a benefit. However, if Vela chose to service debt and working capital then it could have the opposite impact for existing shareholders. So as an investor if you held 1% of the shares and Vela issue more shares, you now hold less than 1% of Vela's shares unless you bought more to maintain your percentage of holding. The key for me personally is if Vela is using the issuing of shares to boost revenues or significantly increase the valuation of its investments. Unfortunately since I have been an investor in Vela I have not experienced this hence why the excessive shares is an issue for some of us but not for others.
bapodra_investments: 1) A diversified 'disruptive' portfolio of technology companies (some listed and some unlisted) so nice balance 2) Low market cap and share price so from a value investment perspective a nice entry price at current price levels 3) Most of the downside may have been priced into the current share price (no guarantees on this of course) 4) Risk/Reward favourable for those looking to take on larger risk for bigger rewards but patience and long term timeframe will be required. 5) Eligible for ISA and SIPP. Tax free profits for ISA and 20% - 40% Tax Relief on SIPP on any investment made based on your personal tax situation. 6) Some of these companies are totally under the radar such as Cornerstone FS and Aeritech. These could be real gems and disruptive businesses in their sector 7) Potential uplift in share price possible shortly (not guaranteed) depending on positive results and commercialisation prospects of trial results in relation to SGS Capital. This is an unknown and where risk tolerances for investors need to be high but the potential reward could be high too if Vela can negotiate wisely. 8) This 'heap' is full of potentially disruptive tech businesses. So Mode for example, if they can continue developing and staying ahead of the crowd with their offerings, it could be game changing for digital banking. Their use of blockchain technology to integrate banking and crypto could potentially be a model which others replicate.
bapodra_investments: blueblood - I understand your point about market cap and it is a valid one. However when you have billions of shares and a minuscule share price, it can detract certain investors who choose not to invest. It is that perception and unless all investors think like you, which many will not, they will stay away from Vela in its current state. I don't disagree with your point but unfortunately there will be many investors who will not invest in Vela. Whether that is right or wrong is a different point but lets see what happens to the share price once the SGS Capital results are known. Does the share price go up if positive results and stay up or does it come straight back down? Because there are so many shares available, traders, only need a very small movement in price and can profit. They can then 'rinse and repeat' this to death.
bapodra_investments: Mode share price closed around 52p which is around IPO level. Kanabo is well below IPO price and closed around 20p. Cornerstone FS since listing has seen its share price decline which is what normally happens as those pre IPO use the IPO to exit and the new investors are left with losses. It closed around 35p today. MTI Wireless has been steady and closed around 70p. It is the weakness in the company share prices which Vela has invested in and the uncertainty of the SGS Capital investment which is causing the share price to hover around where it is in my personal opinion. I think once there is more clarity with SGS Capital and whether any lucrative commercialisation deal is even possible, the share price will react accordingly depending on the outcome of this.
bapodra_investments: RNS this morning about potential appointment on the board in due course. I would like to see someone with a sound background that can really help drive Vela towards its potential. Vela certainly seem to be trying to improve things and the new investments they have made (not all will come good) but if the majority can in time then we all have something to look forward to. I still think the excess shares is going to be a problem and is the elephant in the room. However with a £10m market cap I think Vela based on its investment portfolio is actually pretty good value as most of these investments are yet to drive growth themselves and if most of them (not all) do then it will certainly increase the valuation of Vela's investment portfolio thus leading to an increase in the share price. I do agree with some of the concerns that PWhite73 has raised and I do understand his frustration as if you look at the historical evidence then he has made some valid points. I myself as a shareholder in Vela for over 4 years have experienced some of that frustration but we do have new leadership and need to give JN a chance (reasonable time). First stop is the SGS Capital and COVID trials and whether this leads to a commericisation deal which Vela's share price benefits and thus appreciates. That will be the first judgement we will make. Even though this is Vela's biggest investment I do actually think the other investments have lots of potential so even if SGS Capital did not go accordingly to expectations and anticipations, there is still enough in the other investments for Vela to still succeed. That is my personal view and time and price action will confirm or reject my view.
bapodra_investments: PWhite73 - If you go back many months when Vela invested in SGS Capital, I was one of the first to challenge the wisdom of this as I could not see how it fitted into the 'disruptive technology' area. I was of course told I did not understand and the belittlers came out in their droves. I am not someone who works in the medical profession so I am not an expert in this area. I did not invest in Vela for exposure to this area yet here we are awaiting these results. I do not know if they will be positive or not. Even positive results do not necessarily mean money coming into Vela's bank account anytime soon. If SGS Capital does not lead to Vela's share price rising then it will deter any investors adding to their position or new investors. Vela's largest investment under James Normand is in SGS Capital so it really need to bring value to Vela shareholders or we could see a lot of smaller investors exiting. I of course want the trial results to be positive and for a large commercialisation deal to be secured which benefits the shareholders of Vela in terms of increase in valuation.
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