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Verditek Plc LSE:VDTK London Ordinary Share GB00BF2C0424 ORD GBP0.0004
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.225 -2.49% 8.80 1,599,355 16:06:44
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8.70 8.90 9.25 8.80 9.025
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy -1.86 -1.00 30
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01/12/2020
08:20
Verditek Daily Update: Verditek Plc is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VDTK. The last closing price for Verditek was 9.03p.
Verditek Plc has a 4 week average price of 7.70p and a 12 week average price of 7.65p.
The 1 year high share price is 18.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.98p.
There are currently 341,172,443 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,639,167 shares. The market capitalisation of Verditek Plc is £30,023,174.98.
13/11/2020
11:00
mcfly79: RNS out. Great news that the seller has now sold down. The market has absorbed at least 12m shares from the seller with the share price staying around the placing price. There is clearly demand for the shares. Now he’s stopped selling the share price is moving up. In the absence of the large seller I think the share price would have gone up a fair bit over the past few weeks with the demand from buyers, and all the positive sentiment around green stocks. Makes sense that it will readjust upwards now.
06/11/2020
11:14
rogerramjett: Chrispthomas. I cannot answer that exactly but rest assured VDTK are likely working very hard behind the scenes to secure contracts. With all that's going on in the world we should perhaps be a little patient but rest assured it is coming. There is no way they could have raised £3.5m in 2 hours if they had no pipeline. We could have hit Rock bottom here and there is only one direction from rock bottom. I am frustrated as I held from 4.7p to 19p and all the way back down. Sold a few at 12p and bought them all back plus extra at 8.8p a month back. So very frustrating. I have, I believe seen the darkest days here. There is potentially 3 catalysts before the year end 1. Further orders 2. Good Paragraf update. 3. Operational update which lays out strategic plans for the future demonstrating just how big VDTK aspire to be. If we get all 3 in the next 6 weeks where do you think the share price will be? Potentially investors cashing in on COVID pharma shares as what was potential becomes a realisation. Looking for an ethical new home. VDTK could see a lot of traffic.
05/11/2020
07:31
rogerramjett: Astral. We speak of delivering their plans but VDTK have not really told us their ambitious plans directly. Now we have had the fund raise there could be several triggers that sets the share price alight. 1. A commercial order for 1Mw or greater 2. An operational update that highlights the interest in the product and the companies expansion plans and why they will need it 3. A positive update from Paragraf I think they will deliver on all 3 of these before Christmas and the share price will be much closer or setting all time highs. Its been a very dark few months but there is now signs of the new dawn arriving. Cash in bank, institution taking 5%, Biden in power is good for green energy, focus will soon return to climate change and global depression, the sector will boom because it can offer a solution to both.
02/11/2020
19:19
cyberbub: Thanks astral and mcfly.Even at 80MW, if we say $1M per MW = $80M, at a 30% margin = $25M = GBP 20M, minus GBP 2M central costs = GBP 18M, let's say GBP 15M after tax. P/E of 15 = GBP 225M, or about 60p share price. Nothing in for graphene upside.Of course having only sold 2MW in recent months, we're a long way off that point today..! We need to be selling 2MW *per month* for starters... So there's a mountain to climb yet, and we need to see concrete delivery in the next 6 months or else the share price won't be going anywhere.The positive news is that we seem to have a good CEO, a good product, and (for now) enough money in the piggy bank.NAI DYOR etc
28/10/2020
19:16
rogerramjett: Yes, but he has been a well behaved shorter. At least give him that ! We have always said that a placing does not have to be a bad thing. Its a real shame that the virus is slowing progress in everything. That will change and VDTK are now well positioned to assist with tackling the worlds biggest problem of climate change. Things rare lining up nicely. I was not very happy this morning when reading the RNS. I have now taken a breath and reconsidered my feeling. The fact that £3.5m was raised in 2 hours solves the companies issues around expansion and growth. It was always going to be touch and go with so little cash in the bank and chasing big deals and getting paid. Cash flow problems now solved. 2021 will be the year of growth for VDTK. I wish we were back at 19p but we are not. I dont think we would need much to get the share price back towards that level. There is clearly some confidence in the management team hence the placing was oversubscribed in 2hrs
28/10/2020
09:47
rheumking: I guess at its core this is what the stock market and capitalism is meant to do ie take a fledgeling company that has difficulty bridging the gap between orders and expenses and provided with the funding as a bridging investment until they get to A position of profit. The question is is this efficient allocation of capital and I suspect it is. The one issue I have is with the allocation of options to RR - in my eyes although he has made positive steps forward he hasn’t as yet earned his Spurs certainly not in terms of shareholders funding options that are worth £300,000 at the current share price and he has been given them at a 30% discount to the current share price When he has moved the company into profit and got a good pipeline of orders going then we can start splashing the cash otherwise this just looks like a typical AIM Company dishing out shareholder cash to directors who haven’t delivered That for me is a bad sign
15/10/2020
00:23
monts12: From http://michaelwalters.com/ (More recent articles available to subscribers) Little by Little - (VDTK) 24/9/2020 (119264) Little by Little Sad to see the Verditek (VDTK) share price steadily on the slide, undermined by incessant, malicious comment. Hopefully nervous subscribers exercised a stop loss and stepped away a while back, while others who remain are reconciled to playing a more patient game, waiting as the orders build up. The basic business looks attractive, supplemented by other exciting medium to long term ventures. News today brings a modest cheer for the developing solar panel operation with the first order from the mining sector in Australia. This comes from a modest unlisted company called InterGroup Mining which has made a number of potentially highly promising gold discoveries and appears to be on the brink of substantial expansion. The order is for 75kW of Verditek’s lightweight solar panels at the exploration camp, where they will be used as part of a diesel-solar hybrid system, saving costs on using and transporting fuel and conforming to the Australian Government’s wish to back greener business. The unit is expected to be shipped in December and the first stage payment has been received. InterGroup managing director Steve White suggests that as the mining plan is developed and power needs ramp up, there is scope to raise the take-up from Verditek to between 1.5 to 2MW over the next 12 months. Earlier this month Verditek highlighted that one mining consultancy partner with a client base controlling some 4,000 individual mines had said there was scope for all mines to switch to solar, creating a significant revenue opportunity. This helps illustrate that the potential market for solar panel in Australia alone is vast, encouraged by a government reluctant to see an invasion by Chinese products and ready to subsidise setting up manufacturing plants locally – a possible medium term objective for Verditek. The 18 company salesmen are settling in and presenting to a variety of possible customers across the world, but it takes time for proper evaluation. A number of presentations are being pursued. There have already been other smaller orders, and in the weeks ahead Verditek will be working to secure one or two larger deals which could help the push towards break-even this year. The company is effectively under new management and starting a fresh sales push under Rob Richards as chief executive. The initial share surge has faded and with it the opportunity to raise additional cash to push more quickly into building more manufacturing plants. Progress might prove a touch slower than first hoped, but sales growth as industry switches from diesel to solar power is gathering momentum, and there are substantial opportunities. The prospect of more news in the months ahead on the links between Verditek’s solar and the excitement of Paragraf’s advances in using graphene remains an exciting possibility. That could propel the company into another league. Those who moved into Verditek earlier this year at prices from 2.5p and up have had a giddy ride as it touched 18p. One or two skeletons have been dragged out of the cupboard and disposed of and the basic business is making good progress behind the speculative storm which has tossed the shares around. If you are holding on, sit tight. There could be a great deal more to come. At 8.125p, hit today by selling from gamblers who had been hoping for news of a bigger order, the company is capitalised at £24m – still early days for what remains a speculative but appealing growth story. In fairness, however, it is sensible to warn that recent obsessive online thuggery seeking to batter the share price is unlikely to let up. I have a holding in Verditek. Ends
14/10/2020
11:15
ivor hunch: I took advantage of this morning's dip in share price to top up again. Strange that after a very bullish report, the share price should have slipped, but I suppose there has been some profit taking after the recent rise. Paul Harrison suggested a justifiable price of 25p in his interview - here's hoping!
12/10/2020
22:23
scrutable: aberloon I suppose then that you think it is alright that in the absence of actual sales news the Sp falls because confidence has been allowed to lapse and the share price falls unnecessarily? Company news both good and bad should flow continuously - not just on half year accounts- so that the share price should not deviate wildly from true value from all factors known to management.
22/9/2020
16:38
astralvision: I for one don't want VDTK to release 'fluffy' news along the lines of quotes tendered, work in progress, number of phone calls made by salesman, what we think we might do next week/month/ year.What counts is hard RNS orders, nothing more, nothing less, apart from any 'graphene developments' that is.VDTK have absolutely no 'obligation' to support the share price as such. Shares go up, down and sideways. We should all be big enough to be responsible for our investing decisions, no one forced us to buy/hold/sell.I'm confident in the future here and not concerned if the share price drops, I will use it to my advantage. Investing isn't always plain sailing, unfortunately.Just my take, no advice implied or intended.GLALTH
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