Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Versarien LSE:VRS London Ordinary Share GB00B8YZTJ80 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +7.50p +5.93% 134.00p 133.00p 135.00p 134.00p 126.50p 126.50p 684,249 16:19:56
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 5.9 -2.2 -1.9 - 199.21

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19/8/2018
23:49
Personally I’m a believer in solar activity driving cyclical climate change although still think that we should be tackling things that are detrimental to the well being of the Earths environment
haz101
19/8/2018
23:40
As to solar electricity, I've been attracted to the molten salt system for a number of years. It produces solar electricity night and day. hxxps://www.solarreserve.com/en/technology/molten-salt-energy-storage A large number of these installations in the Sahara Desert, reliable sunshine, could supply Europe's needs through some mega cables across the Mediterranean.
high park
19/8/2018
23:35
Fair enough Serratia - C`mon VRS! - More goodies this week please...
pcjoe
19/8/2018
23:23
pc, I'm not on either side of the debate both sides will make their case. In practical terms the developed nations will not stop developing nations providing electricity to the masses and today for them that's burning fossil fuel. The best option seems to lie in solar which is getting close to grid parity with fossil fuels. It's 40 mins to Monday and I don't want this to impose on VRS stuff so last comment.
serratia
19/8/2018
23:20
LOL JV - From Porn hub - To climate change - To my hypocritical Non Veganism! - This place is a better read on a Sunday than the Times - & we dont have to pay for it..
pcjoe
19/8/2018
23:18
I’m an xvideo man myself, whatever that is
volsung
19/8/2018
23:16
Yeah - Stephen Hawking was soooo stoopid he believed in anthropogenic climate change. You climate change deniers are obviously far smarter..... Hawking and his bloody vested interests and research funding...! Jeez!
night terrors
19/8/2018
23:08
Pcjoe, there is no doubt that mankind is contributing to climate change. There are about 1billion cows on the earth all producing CH4, another green house gas, have you given up beef yet?
johnveals
19/8/2018
23:06
Ha ha what a great thread this is! From graphene to climate change to pornhub...funny :-)
tim3416
19/8/2018
22:55
The flaw in your statement Serratia is that 95% (at least?) of Scientists believe it is likely that mankind is contributing to climate change - Even if many lay persons/sceptics doubt them ( on the back of what qualifications exactly?) - Surely the rational thing is to proceed with extreme caution? - Reducing CO2 production is just such a rational step & thankfully this is on its way if Mr Seba is to be believed - & we are to get cheaper electricity bills as a side bonus! I have Grandchildren - I frankly have always presumed that deniers have zero concern for those who follow them - Koch brothers & other coal investors et al
pcjoe
19/8/2018
22:47
Pornhub, I read, is the driver that makes mobile phone screens get larger and larger. Don't know why.
sandbag
19/8/2018
22:43
Time to 50m users is shortening. hxxp://www.visualcapitalist.com/how-long-does-it-take-to-hit-50-million-users/ I'm told pornhub was even quicker whatever that is.
serratia
19/8/2018
22:41
That is the point Fest, there is a difference between correlation and causation (and what comes first, the chicken or the egg). And the figure was 97% of all scientists ;-), and they weren’t wrong, but then it was never a binary choice.
johnveals
19/8/2018
22:41
99% of scientists get funded to study global warming so a vested interest there. Probably 99% of those saying there's nothing in it also have vested interests. Now where do I find the 1% of each party ?
serratia
19/8/2018
22:31
There are quite a few videos of Tony Seba, although some of them are 'repeats' hTTps://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=tony+seba+2018
willoicc
19/8/2018
22:10
But there weren't 7 bloody billion humans back then!Greedy ones, wasteful ones, squandering resources and polluting the hell out of the planet they need to live on.Anyone seriously think that the disgusting way we live this last 40 years has no effect on our environment? I hear the counter arguments, but I'll stick with the 99% of scientists who seem to concur on this issue.
festario
19/8/2018
21:59
jv, I'm of an age when I remember the ice age predictions, too. Not intending to turn this into a discussion on global warming (it is a VRS BB), also I have a policy of never discussing religion, politics and climate change while sober which is my current state of being...Might be tempted to continue discussions over a pint or three if you're coming to the AGM next month! This was partly to show you can read anything into a graph and trying to guess future trends has it's pitfalls. If you do fancy following up on this, there are graphs which show a correlation between CO2 and temperature using the same ice core data - it does beg the question, what was mankind doing 120,000 years ago which caused CO2 levels to rise to the same levels seen today? None of the archeological digs have turned up any coal fired power stations or evidence of diesel transport (yet!). CS
cotswoldsparky
19/8/2018
21:58
All hail SUPERG!!Now, kindly....... get that stock market open!
festario
19/8/2018
21:52
I don't think charting is going to apply here... Nanene, Graphinks and all the other little beauties. Oh yes.
johnveals
19/8/2018
21:47
Bootie64 - Clean Disruption. I am blown away. Utterly compelling. No mention of graphene but plenty of opportunities. If we can tap into even a tiny part of that... For those that missed it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2b3ttqYDwF0
johnveals
19/8/2018
21:20
High Park Just a point on your chart not the share price claims. You are using the 200 day average for the share price not the trend line. EG on the 200 day average line it's simply the average price maintained for 200 days. You may note the 200 day line was sitting at 30p at one point while the actual share price at the time was £1.20. To hit an average of £1.60 on that line by the year end it would need to be £1.80 right now and keep that as an average until the year end. As we are in the £1.30's it would have to go over £2 to get to that £1.60 200 day average. Your line if you use that forecast the current share price as 85p when in fact we are in the 1.30's.
superg1
19/8/2018
20:39
The great thing about that Tony Seba video is that it makes you realise how quickly 2d technology could be adopted. My timeline for company growth has changed. Neill's comments about this being 'disruptive' all suddenly fall into place, (you'll understand if you watch the video). I'm now more certain than before that 'sometimes you really can be in the right place at the right time...you just have to believe it.' Looking forward to another exciting week ahead.
woodpeckers
19/8/2018
20:10
The share price is driven by news and news only. The prospects of the company are defined by this. Technical’s can define a share price on a short term basis unless an RNS redefines its future. Imo
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