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
  -4.00p -5.33% 71.00p 70.00p 72.00p 75.50p 71.00p 75.00p 1,265,274 16:24:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 5.9 -2.2 -1.9 - 105.55

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22/2/2018
23:28
How does EU Graphene flagship project get affected by the brexit? Any thoughts?
ashehzi
22/2/2018
22:56
iain, a couple of points re your good finds posted tonight. On the South Korean battery post, I'm reminded that in his 21 Feb Podcast from Cuba, Neill listed his forthcoming visits as: Israel (Govt mission), then South Korea. (Then Hong Kong). The battery battle with China could have made SK keen to have Neill's thoughts on related matters! (And perhaps some Nanene/Graphink too!) On Prof Ferrari's report on the EU Graphene Flagship work, as well as your point about China, I was struck by the words: "Effort in USA is fragmented, with the lack of a very strong initiative focusing on graphene and related materials in the same way as we have in Europe in the form of the Graphene Flagship.” Many researchers in the USA ...........calling for a more organised approach....... could be achieved via a Flagship-type initiative I rather think Neill has been invited to join the US Industrial Advisory Council - and that we have opened a Palo Alto office. Hope for the USA yet.......
hew
22/2/2018
22:07
Good posts tonight.Good find 20pc
rogerbridge
22/2/2018
21:12
tomorerow this touches 62p PANIC setting in
lucicavi
22/2/2018
21:12
20pc That sounds like fair bet to me.
superg1
22/2/2018
21:10
20pc Excellent research!! I think it highly likely that this is NR's 'target', and very much an opportunity for him to showcase Nanene and especially the ink, and even more so with IAI deal backing up his pitch!!. It will be interesting (understatement!) if Prof' Ferrari is also part of the delegation. Best wishes - Mike
spike_1
22/2/2018
21:02
Putting 2 and 2 together and talking of batteries is this where NR is going next week as he stated in the podcast. hTTps://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/innovate-uk-global-business-accelerator-visit-to-israel-battery-tech-registration-41870843821
20pc
22/2/2018
20:54
Clubbie, sadly I always forget the selling part.
festario
22/2/2018
20:53
SG "1 product needing 200 tonnes could mean anything from £200 mill to £1 bill revenue"Wouldn't presume to question your math, but at say 2% loading that would need to go into 10,000 tonne host (eg water bottle polymer). I don't know - does any one product range use 10k tonnes of polymer? Can you give any example? TIA
club sandwich
22/2/2018
20:48
SG - as WB once said: buy when others are selling, sell when others are buying...
club sandwich
22/2/2018
20:26
Nice find Iain Some obvious bits there "China, in particular, is targeting mass production and supporting the creation of new companies." The 2D materials I go on about In terms of technology, the two materials close to a technological development similar to that of graphene are boron nitride and molybdenum disulphide. It will take a few years for the others to reach this stage. Now a quick match up with that comment from somewhere else. VRS 2015 However, the company has ambitions to move up the supply chain by creating functionalised materials using graphene as well as combining it with other compounds such as boron nitride and molybdenum disulphide. Next up remember this is Prof Ferrari speaking in that link "Applications in fields such as energy – novel kinds of batteries, for example – are very exciting, and could see significant developments in the next two to five years." Nov 2017 Prof ferrari again talking about VRS graphene ink "One of the applications he particularly believes in is the ink’s integration into batteries. Thanks to this, enhanced batteries with higher storage density and recyclability may be produced. This integration process is in fact already on track: Although Prof. Ferrari says it’s too soon to give out more information, he has already obtained further funding to bring HIGRAPHINK’s production technique to batteries." All highly relevant to VRS in every aspect and probably some of it based directly on VRS tech.
superg1
22/2/2018
20:03
Latest on the G.Flagship from Andreas Ferrari...note development phases core 1 , 2 and 3 and words on China "In Asia, for example in Korea, Singapore and China, there is a very large level of funding available. China, in particular, is targeting mass production and supporting the creation of new companies." and sorry where is NR going again? hTTps://www.scitecheuropa.eu/graphene-flagship-looking-future/84724/ Many thanks again Milton for providing top up opportunities ...71p...how many down days have we had ??! Dare I ask for more !!
iain dick
22/2/2018
19:51
BTW Here are a couple of fund managers who happen to be LFC season ticket holders. Have a look it's not far off the truth. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYzwTalBEsg
superg1
22/2/2018
19:41
Chickens with heads, nice to see. :-) Same old on every share. We'll have the same problem on a £3 retrace and £5 retrace but only if there are large holders about. The guys that understand the business the least are funds. FFS Katie at Herald got hand served a file on AGM then bought some. She obviously didn't read it. If so why would she trust a company that had repeatedly lied and to date there is no evidence that their tech works. Quite simply it's just us guys with a few hovering, 99% plus of typical investors have probably never heard of VRS. I've only just spotted IMM. Apparently if you read posts it's going to jump to £30 very shortly on news from it's its current £1.27 and £174 mill current MC on £200k revenue. £30 means a £4 bill market cap on the next news. To me it all sounds completely nuts but then I know little about it. On here for me I can make sense of such an MC. 1 product needing 200 tonnes could mean anything from £200 mill to £1 bill revenue, just one product with 1 company. Now that would make a nice RNS. Where the hell would you open the price at.
superg1
22/2/2018
19:41
Strangely (or not lol) I am getting very upbeat now , with all of those shares out of the way the decks are clearing and the China deal getting closer to fruition. The South Korea and Japan visit intrigue me, they of course will know about the China deal in the offing and will not want to be left behind. Whilst China are focussing internally other Asian countries will be focussing externally as well. Made in Japan, then Made in Korea and more recently Made in Taiwan used to be signs of poor quality items , now the two former are signs of quality but not sure about Taiwan at the moment, China however is upping its game. Just as an example a lot of the small engined garden machinery have been using Chinese parts for years particularly the carburettors, take a Stihl or high brand name and you will find chinese parts incorporated, not so with the Japanese but hopefully the point is made. China knows that quality counts if you wish to compete. Having thought about the China deal how did they come up with the £55 mill number? Bugging me a little and would love to know how they came to that, I think it will come in cheaper, don't know what VRS will ask for upfront (they ain't gonna fund a graphene valley in another country by supplying freebies) Must be 10% upfront to VRS at least so would expect approx. £5.5 mill for the initial supply agreement won't be long! Nice when it is thrashed out because the model is set then.... i.e. "this is how it works" initial costs very low, do you want it or not?
luckyorange
22/2/2018
19:39
Well said TFC, my thoughts too. I agree hew, a lull between announcements but all hands to the pumps at moment in the factory and offices.
rogerbridge
22/2/2018
19:21
And your scientific reasoning behind this statement is? Oh you have another agenda, what a surprise!!!
bobd29
22/2/2018
19:06
Sub 40 soon enough
onjohn
22/2/2018
18:50
Yep, me too, good post hew.
realcooltrader
22/2/2018
18:27
It can't be a large number, regrettably, but my confidence is undented and I will be buying some more when I decide the time is right. I see only an entirely to be expected lull between VRS taking on as many opportunities as they can handle for now, and those opportunities starting to bear fruit. I don't suppose all of them will, but IMO it's equally likely that each major global involved has more than one potential application under investigation as that they have only a single one that will fail. Neither can I credit that they would have entered a formal contractual collaboration without already having more than a hint of success. More than once I've heard Neill refer to those pending in his hopper; I doubt he would have chosen his signups without some hopeful indications already. Then there is China............ pressuring for a deal, it appears, with high level governmental authorities involved on both sides and Neill referring in the last Voxcast to its large scale. Take your time, Neill, and be wholly happy with the legals before signing. Yes, I'm still relaxed. NAI DYOR
hew
22/2/2018
17:44
I'm not a chartist, but if you look at the long term chart, it tells a tale. The only way that there could be such an upturn followed by a mirroring cliff edge drop is if the company were a dud that had been selling snake oil, and had been found out. This is absolutely NOT the case, as LTH know full well. This is a company in the forefront of an emerging market. They are first to market with a frontier breaking product, with thoroughbred credentials, benchmark standard certification to arrive shortly (that will blow most, if not all, competitors out of the water). This has been recognised by the Chinese, who want to back VRS to the tune of £65m. Collaborations with some of the world's biggest companies, new sectors coming on line all the time (medical yesterday), and dialogue with cutting edge technology - F1/space exploration. Hundreds of other potential customers under NDA's with the prospect of future sales in due course. And we are worrying because a couple of funds have decided to bank profits? Funds are very short sighted and selfish. Let them walk away. Grasp the opportunity. Has the story changed? No, its actually got better with the bandage announcement. Please people, just be calm. There is nothing to worry about. It will come back. If you cant stand the volatility, get out of the kitchen. It's not much fun watching the share price drop, but it's amazing when it rises even quicker. That's the price of admission. Sorry, rant over. Will go and relieve my tension in kickboxing class. GLA TFC
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