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The 1 year high share price is 80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 26.15p.
There are currently 194,149,790 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 509,113 shares. The market capitalisation of Versarien Plc is £60,574,734.48.
bbmsionlypostafter: The delusion continues... This Day In History, 29.07.2019 superg1 29 Jul '19 - 08:40 - 75090 of 123010 0 35 2 Mike did a great interview there. Make no mistake any info Mike picked up on from reading this thread effectively becomes his research. He has never once accepted anything said on here and in fact treated it all as BS junk. He reviewed what was being posted and the the links then did his own thorough research which ended up with those stocko reports. For me (as stated at the time) Mike arriving was like a breath of fresh air. Someone that throughly researches information and is a very intelligent guy with the ability to transfer the message in great detail to others. He also comes up with host of strategy and business related questions that many of us wouldn't think of. If certain others put the effort in then they would realise VRS is likely to become a very successful large company, hence the market cap is well ahead of it's figures, just like all promising AIM companies with backers, some are way more over-priced on that front than VRS. However if you are lazy good for nothing, then what you do it target such companies with spurious allegations with personal attacks on the CEO or BOD, much easier as it requires little effort. In time I hope Mike and others join together and the collective skills on research create less risk for investors on any given company. I did note the comments about he found many companies he researched to be frauds, so do I. I just haven't mentioned them all along the way. If there is no one in them that I know there is no need to warn investors. It's is often a complete waste of time. My first real warning came about Avanti and all these years on I still have the odd troll that appears from there. Never mind that it was spot on. superg1 29 Jul '19 - 09:00 - 75091 of 123010 0 13 4 Re Frauds I did at one point contact an AIM company that was about to be fitted up by another. I did give them details of a guy that would show what they were being told was fiction. I didn't hold positions in either. The talks news was in an RNS that's how I knew about it. I told the coney in talks to do some serious DD showing where they could get the info to show what was claimed was false. Not long after news came, talks ended, no deal. For me it's about research and getting to facts. Where I find fiction I report it. I spent 100's of hours on AGM reporting them, I didn't make a penny out of it, but a few PIs have appeared since saying they sold on the back of the detailed info. In that case it was well worth the effort. The point for me is any company putting out false info are scumbags out to make money by fraud, worse still they fleece nice guys in the process. Financial reward is not my interest re those, doing what is right is, to combat fraud and of course those scumbags. I can make money by finding the good companies. Anything I look at is treated as a fraud until I can prove otherwise. Mike takes that view too. The fact is the vast majority of AIM companies are going to fail and leave investors with losses. If you work hard you can reduce the risk of that significantly. This in theory those that have no logic make money on the AIM, because they are not following the masses. If following the masses meant success then anyone investing on the AIM in the last 10 years should all be multi-millionaires by now. rainbow23 29 Jul '19 - 09:03 - 75092 of 123010 0 3 1 No Bo Jo effect on the share price today then. More hot air from the rampers. smythe2 29 Jul '19 - 09:20 - 75094 of 123010 0 11 0 Rainbow your so funny! What’s your investment strategy BUY HIGH SELL LOW!!! Lol johnveals 29 Jul '19 - 09:49 - 75097 of 123010 0 8 0 I love the smell of burning shorts in the morning. Alchemy 29 Jul '19 - 10:08 - 75099 of 123011 0 0 1 A little poll. Contributor participation. When do you think we’ll see 3 closes above 132? This week? By end of August? By End of Quarter? RogerTheGrouch 29 Jul '19 - 10:46 - 75103 of 123011 0 47 1 Its near impossible to keep up with the Versarien story let alone appreciate the gravity of all the news. The pace of change and newsflow is ridiculous and perhaps get lost amongst itself! Even if we are just look at the last month alone there has been so much progression: 1)VRS appointed an expert in "business scale up" to its board in Susan Bowen 2)VRS announced a further graphene development order which although not named due to NDA but a bit of digging reveals the likely candidate. The client supplies electronic systems to all the big car makers and is a huge organisation, perfectly place on the supply chain for Versarien. The order size meant that this didn’t elevate the share price however, it adds yet another layer to the foundations and once that goes from development orders to production orders we are likely to have lift off. 3)VRS received further accreditation this month with receipt of Reach Registration which permits the sale of over a tonne per annum of graphene within the EU. Another tick in the box and hint at scale up 4)The final results came out on 17th July and were completely as expected although perhaps some growth of the existing businesses would have been desirable although the tricky economic climate provides some rationale. What is perhaps shows is that the business is focussed on graphene and 2d materials which is reaching tipping point. Despite some graphene sales these are still not material in size and wouldn’t feature in the results as post period anyway. We are now at inflection point and should see significant growth this coming year as we enter a period of transformation, driving the graphene revolution. 5)Investor drinks to discuss results spawned some great discussion and some good insights, particularly around the China deal 6)Then there was the investor event for 12 very lucky investors to see a full-scale prototype of a 3D printed polymer structure using Versarien graphene enhanced polymer technology. The prototype was in final stages of test that could be rolled out on an industrial scale for the transport industry. This is a tipping point as it proves the business model. It is the first and only industrial level application of graphene and strongly hints that the graphene revolution has begun and its commercialisation has started. 7)And If that was in any doubt a very recent speech by Boris Johnson, mentioned the wonder material that is graphene, its importance to the UK economy and stated we are on the cusp of the graphene revolution where the UK is leading from the front. I’ve long thought, Graphene and more specifically Versarien will be the UK’s saviour in the post Brexit world and its refreshing to see the PM agree with me. 8)Just when you thought that was enough, we had an update on Versarien’s collaboration with the global apparel manufacturer. The RNS announces an LOI, with said manufacturer, to launch high performance clothing range using Versarien’s Graphene inks technology. This will enhance thermal and moisture properties of garments. If you think how Gortex is incorporated into brands it will be similar to that I suspect. anley 29 Jul '19 - 11:07 - 75105 of 123011 0 45 0 My letter to the FT..........with the authors email address. Its as polite as I can make it................. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dear Ms Burgess – email: A good friend who used to work for the FT/Investors Chronicle sent me your recent article entitled “Graphene is less wonderful as an investment material”. My first reaction is that you are not in the Boris camp when it comes to being optimistic about the future of this country and a material that will change the world as well as creating wealth and jobs, not only in the UK but world wide. Please let me go through a few of your comments: 1 Versarien is the only world wide business that is a verified graphene supplier able to produce the real stuff. Can you tell me if you know of anyone else? 2 Versarien can produce up to 30 tons per annum. How come you were not able to check this before publishing your article? 3 Has it take decades to turn graphene to good commercial use – your words. How do you verify that as it is not true? 4 Can you publish the so called scientists findings on the fact that graphene is so superior that it does not work easily with other materials? Have you been reading someone else work without checking it? 5 You go on to mention a number of companies who you think manufacture graphene. If what you are getting at in your article suggests that success is the price of a share increasing in value then you definitely not been looking at your dealing screens. 6 May I suggest you go onto the Versarien website and look at all the last 2 years of news flow especially the last 6 months and then compare that with the news flow from the companies you have mentioned in your article. Why should I and shareholders tolerate such negative comment from a journalist and the FT the paper you work for especially as your sister paper the Investors Chronicle also has a negative biases. This is not good enough and I am suggesting that my view is to call your article “false news” as you have clearly not checked the facts and perhaps not even seen what graphene has and is doing? I shall publish this letter on the BB of Versarien next week but failure to react will only make my conclusion clear – you have not even checked to see where the UK government is involved, the Chinese government or for that matter some of the largest companies in the world are involved………a disgrace and “small talk” that was the heading for your false story. anley 29 Jul '19 - 11:29 - 75109 of 123011 0 12 0 article to the FT has prompted the editor to say she is away until 23 August...............leave it on the file!! superg1 29 Jul '19 - 11:32 - 75110 of 123011 0 12 4 Nice one Anley Another one guilty of taking graphene talk at face value from the masses out there that don't have any. Clearly she has no idea what graphene is in reality or what it does in products. It tales months to get grip if the understanding UNLESS you read the right articles and realise they are correct. So perhaps an hour or two of effort there at best and typed out that junk. This is what Tony Web gets on about but in his case it was the experts that have called various now globally dominating products junk at the time they become aware of them. At the moment, as has been the case for some years, software related companies are the big thing, social media, Uber, Lyft etc etc. Technology re nano-materials is on it's path to make an entrance, at some point it will have the same investor interest as all the other hot sectors over the years. They will start to take notice when it starts to appear with global companies. I say take notice, but it will be a WTF is graphene for most. They won't be saying it's just hype, as global companies will be using it and crowing about the gains to create revenue. Robin Klein is a good example, I checked him out a while back. Never heard of him? He invests in the digital age and has done for some time. So will many others the vast majority do. The nano tech age will come and it will bring with them some seriously HNW individuals, masses of them. Just an example pshevlin29 Jul '19 - 11:41 - 75111 of 123011 0 0 0 "Robin Klein is a good example" Sorry to demonstrate my ignorance Graham but is he on board yet? If he isn't do we need to point him in our direction? superg1 29 Jul '19 - 11:50 - 75114 of 123011 0 26 3 Verified graphene producer I'm not sure if it's been mentioned before but a few have tried to get qualification but have failed. If you started down that route today it's said it would take about 2 years start to finish, if you were successful. As most don't have graphene, they never have and never will go down that route. RogerTheGrouch 29 Jul '19 - 12:55 - 75119 of 123014 0 36 0 SuperG regarding your statement... "The nano tech age will come and it will bring with them some seriously HNW individuals, masses of them." When I spoke to the Berenberg analyst, he stated that there were many more HNWs interested in Versarien but were waiting for the next key milestone to be achieved. I understand that milestone is the BIGT deal/Chinese investment. When this milestone is achieved, we should see more HNW getting onboard with a queue of funds behind them. A seesaw always starts slowly at tipping point and then accelerates. Big few months ahead! ----------------------------------------------------------------- You can read the rest of today's nonsense, including this gem from RTG by clicking the link below. RTG is the guy Dudhew looks to for solid research. Https:// RogerTheGrouch 29 Jul '19 - 14:15 - 75135 of 123014 0 15 0 Andley…….I personally think that Versarien is massively undervalued. If even a fraction of the potential comes to fruition there is massive upside to an investment in VRS, even at previous highs which the funds will come to realise. The China deal is a mere catalyst. Stock will become available, everyone has a price.
bbmsionlypostafter: This Day In History, 28.07.2019 jointer13 28 Jul '19 - 07:26 - 75039 of 122975 0 30 0 opening part of PM speech at Manchester Science and Industry Museum. good morning everyone and thank you for joining me here in Manchester – in the heart of the world’s first industrial city. A city whose confidence and whose extraordinary future we can see in the changing fabric of the urban landscape, the mighty towers of Deansgate Square, last week’s extraordinary International Festival in Manchester. We can see it in the Christie, the hospital where the future of cancer treatment will be written at the vast new Paterson building, with new therapies saving the lives of people around the world for generations to come. This is not and has never been a city for negativity or navel-gazing. Indeed when the University of Manchester’s Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov said they were planning to extract a single-atom-thick crystallites from bulk graphite - I hope I’ve got that right - to give us the super-light super-strong wonder that is Graphene… I imagine that there were people who had no idea what difference it could make to their lives - and frankly people in this audience who have no idea, Yet today, we stand on the cusp of the Graphene age, with applications in everything from de-icing of aircraft wings to life-saving medicine. hTTps:// markyboy5 28 Jul '19 - 07:50 - 75042 of 122975 0 9 0 Neill on Twitter 3 in one month lol. And August is just around the corner 🚀 chillpill 28 Jul '19 - 08:27 - 75046 of 122975 0 16 0 For BIGT to be voted through at the AGM the deal has to be announced at least 21 days beforehand and that’s probably why NR is hinting August could be a good month. RogerTheGrouch 28 Jul '19 - 08:42 - 75047 of 122975 0 24 0 Regarding that Money week article and countless IC articles giving sell calls. Much of the literature that I read on the stock market and how to ultimately become a big winner is to be contrarian. To find such stocks is very hard, however I feel Versarien is completely within this category. The only thing holding back Versarien was time, we have been patiently awaiting the beginning of the Graphene revolution which we are now on the cusp of, as stated by our very own Prime Minister. This for me, is enormous news and on top of the absolutely fantastic newsflow from the past few months from Versarien makes me extremely confident in my investment and proud to be contrarian. With China investment imminent, I believe the next few months are going to be transformational to Versarien and the share price too. superg1 28 Jul '19 - 09:07 - 75053 of 122975 0 21 4 Meanwhile back in bitter spiteful crooked world. You have some scumbags desperately trying to destroy the credibility of an incredible opportunity for the UK. A raft of false allegations and attempts to undermine things with spurious allegations and personal attacks. The type of UK scum that need to be weeded out. superg1 28 Jul '19 - 09:18 - 75055 of 122975 0 8 5 On that point of can do. VRS don't employ people based on what it says on a CV and a gift of the gab interview. They judge then on their actions and ability which includes no BS drive and determination. So you can be sure VRS will build great team, they will not employ or carry and dead wood. BS will not get you a position at VRS. We await to see who are in the queue to join them. ic0gcds00 28 Jul '19 - 09:55 - 75057 of 122975 0 13 0 Whenever there’s successful people or companies like vrs there will always be negative detractors or people who don’t want to see the wood for the trees They are mainly jealous or very ungrateful and have an issue with society Such a shame smythe2 28 Jul '19 - 10:01 - 75058 of 122975 0 13 1 Versarien and it’s graphene content qualities beginning to get the recognition it deserves in the city and further afield! Me thinks we can shortly break through the £1.30 support and kiss it goodbye, fingers crossed!! Onwards and upwards!!!
aquaesulis01: kemche, only you can decide what to do. As someone no longer invested here or with any other graphene company, if I was to look at getting back into the sector, I would look at the respective market caps of say Directa Plus which already has tangible graphene sales, and Versarien compare their revenues and liabilities and decide whether both are fairly priced or not. Clearly Neill expected things to be much rosier by now else he wouldn't of taken out the Lanstead Loan (see RNS text below) which 15 mths into a 24 mth agreement has seen the VRS share price average circa 40p which is below the 53.33p breakeven threshold and will return only £3,800,000 of the £6M borrowed assuming the share price can rise back to 40p fairly quickly. "Lanstead has conditionally agreed to subscribe for 15,000,000 Subscription Shares at the issue price of 40 pence for gross proceeds of £6 million. The Subscription proceeds will be pledged to Lanstead under the Sharing Agreement pursuant to which the Company is entitled to receive back those proceeds on a pro rata monthly basis over a period of 24 months, subject to adjustment upwards or downwards each month depending on the Company's share price at the time. A significant factor in Versarien's decision to enter into the Subscription is that the Sharing Agreement provides the opportunity for the Company to benefit from positive future share price performance. There is no upper limit placed on the additional proceeds receivable by the Company as part of the monthly settlements and the amount available in subsequent months is not affected. Whilst the Company notes the corresponding risk that a fall in Versarien's share price could reduce the amount of proceeds received, as explained below, the Directors expect the Company's graphene commercialisation strategy to make considerable positive advancements over the 24-month term of the Sharing Agreement. If these advancements are successful, and if the success of these advancements is reflected in Versarien's share price, the Company expects the proceeds to be received back from Lanstead to exceed the amount pledged under the Sharing Agreement."
cheek212: Has there been any bad news announced whether via RNS or leaked to press etc? Thought not. Have we seen the business being involved in ground breaking concrete pours, both commercial and retail? Have we seen pictures of the business moving to larger premises in order to gear up production levels? Why would they bother if there was no need. Rome wasn't built in a day nor was any previous industrial revolution. Lack of news from the business via RNS doesn't help with people's nerves, nor the share price unfortunately and as there has been absolutely nothing to discuss for some time now, why would you expect the positive LTH to keep posting the same old news - they would just be accused of ramping the share so likely will just sit and watch until there is actually something to say. I have been buying more shares - increased my holding by 25% over the last month whilst the share price has been low, and brought down my average quite nicely. Personally I expect news from September onwards when VRS are in the new premises and machinery has been relocated. Fingers crossed but no large player is going to commit to launching a new product with Graphene until they can be certain of longevity of supply, and that is what the business is currently preparing for.
sloppyjoe2: "upcoming court case will confirm one way or the other" 'Upcoming' might be stretching it a bit. The next stage is a Hearing on Meaning, probably in November, which I am fundraising for at the moment. This is a preliminary stage before a full trial, when a judge looks at the allegedly-defamatory phrases and gives an opinion as to the meaning of the language. I hope that the judge will conclude that my statements are covered by Honest Opinion, or that the complaints are out of time - ie that I was simply repeating what others had said, about which R had not complained, and those original statements were more than a year and a day before he made his complaint. If the matter then proceeds to a full trial, that will be at least 18 months later, depending on the court backlog. This assumes the matter is not settled. Most decent solicitors consider they have failed in their job if a matter actually reaches court. A court case is very expensive and uncertain - however good you think your case is, the outcome may rely on how a judge feels on a given day. When a case is in court all bets are off - most sane solicitors and clients will try and settle first. But if not: I wonder what the VRS share price will be by November? I wonder what it will be 18 months or more after that?
longtallsally: So far I haven’t pulled the trigger, it seems the share price has very little support, market really looking for some meat on the bones (revenue). Roger you seem totally ignorant to the fact that VRS Graphene operation could amount to nothing profit wise, that is a possibility and should be admitted as such even if you might only attribute that possibility as a small risk. To not view it in those terms means you have been blindsided by the idea and the CEO. Of course you won’t be the first or last that has happened to. I have a feeling that by the end of the year, it will not have changed, there will be no very profitable deal related to high quality Graphene that catapults the share price upward. I believe it is still a long term play, which will take longer than many think if at all. I’m not saying it’s not worth the risk, but there is a risk that it may all come to “not much”, because in some ways VRS may be ahead of the curve in a bad way, sometimes being first is not best. Will be fascinating to see how it plays out, but I have seen many “near misses” over the years. Off to Soller for copious amounts of TwentyTwelve rose and some much needed pampering 🍷
flatcoat1: I could be reading the article wrong but I see it has it would mean vrs having to raise another 20 million to get a 10 million fund. I'm not sure many investors would be happy with that. Especially at the low share price as it would mean a huge dilution of shares. Maybe after getting a couple of big orders and share price is over a fiver, they could apply."To qualify, firms will have to be UK-based and seeking at least £30m to fund further development.Private companies will have to make up the bulk of the investment, with applicants required to show that they have already secured commitments for 70% of their funding round."
bbmsionlypostafter: Superg admits to starting his thread in collaboration with Neill Ricketts. Is that an attempt at market manipulation by GW & NR? Look forward to Graham answering that question under oath. More sg posts seem to indicate he is mentally unwell. NR ramping away like a billy-o on pod casts & social media. This Day In History, 19.07.2019 SCRUTABLE 19 Jul '19 - 02:10 - 73625 of 122743 0 39 3 Chartists were recently called upon to post anything they thought relevant to the current VRS share price In that spirit having hesitantly but successfully called the short recent breakout at 105p, I will risk the Black Art again:: From my standpoint I 'see' a clear horizontal pennant formed from Sept 2018. This afternoon the share price touched the descending upper edge for only the second time in ten months. Should this week's rise continue to 127p or beyond, I expect this to be a fundamental 'breakout' towards the previous high of 192p at a rate of rise of approx 300%/pa ........while it lasts!. Caveat for beginners: no share price line ever rises in a straight line but tends to retrace around 40% of the previous rise each time - without warning (Read up about Fibonacci numbers) I expect the whole journey to the 190 -200 level to create three successive tops on the way and reach that level by the end of Sept. WARNING: this is not science and only a little better than a gypsey's forecast So let's see if there is more to it than romantic fun. Good luck. Always do your own research.... but If I was short now I would be very scared and close. It is likelier than ever that I would very soon see my pants turn to smoke. superg1 19 Jul '19 - 07:28 - 73636 of 122743 0 26 4 Scrutable As you know I accept charts as if there enough following them trading then they become self-fulfilling. My side is deep research to try to anticipate what is coming. On that basis the research and chart are about to align imo. In other words the coming events will make that chart happen. superg1 19 Jul '19 - 07:39 - 73638 of 122743 0 26 8 The whole point of this thread right from the start was to keep it in line with facts not fiction. Yes I warned the CEO that once a thread starts, if VRS do well then a while load of junk would appear, individuals so offensive and absurd it would shock him. Well the nutcases in the market have not let him down. The city is full of greedy scumbag thieves seeking to prey on the weakness others. gearing helps their cause but equally wipes some of them out. VRS speak the truth, I check out everything I can. Tom and his clam lie all the time, some VRS PIs have trend to lying too to try to influence others for their trading strategy. Fortunately with a bit of loud shouting many have realised that but the truth is they are not stupid and suspected it anyway, but didn't necessarily want to be the one to say it. jointer13 19 Jul '19 - 08:38 - 73648 of 122743 0 6 0 workable usual all going well...worth listening to. hTTps:// Ch1rp 19 Jul '19 - 08:54 - 73651 of 122743 0 10 0 WOW! ‘I’ve never been more confident ‘:))) jointer13 19 Jul '19 - 08:56 - 73652 of 122743 0 3 0 its a must listen to. Bobsworth19 Jul '19 - 08:58 - 73653 of 122743 0 9 1 "seen increased revenues in current financial year!" rogerbridge 19 Jul '19 - 09:16 - 73660 of 122743 0 15 0 Shorters are going to 🔥 jointer13 19 Jul '19 - 09:27 - 73664 of 122743 0 12 0 just a few snippets. "the term-sheet is the cornerstone of the Chinese operation"...sounds like chris is flat out. "setting up a wholly owned foreign entity" "true partner approach...owned by us, but ran by the institute" verification is giving customers and collaboration partners a huge amount of confidence chillpill 19 Jul '19 - 09:55 - 73676 of 122743 0 20 0 I have a feeling VRS will be reluctant to do the BIGT deal at a price less than 145p but time will tell. Herschel K 19 Jul '19 - 10:07 - 73684 of 122744 0 4 0 Hence my hunch that BIGT might be accumulating now to get a bigger slice of the pie joeblogg2 19 Jul '19 - 13:12 - 73734 of 122744 0 13 0 What an incredible performance and ONLY the beginning to an amazing company in the making!!!!! phoenixs 19 Jul '19 - 16:17 - 73771 of 122744 0 13 1 ashehzi, you are incorrect in what you have just written. I know for a fact that there are a number of short positions in VRS. Most are small but there are a few large ones. jointer13 19 Jul '19 - 16:22 - 73775 of 122744 0 20 0 they should not have picked on a genuine company...theres a lot more to come yet... don't you just love it !!! superg11 9 Jul '19 - 18:01 - 73797 of 122745 0 16 4 I'm independent and have the ability to remove NR from Toms throat. I just won't be that keen to interrupt such a good cause. Festario1 9 Jul '19 - 18:43 - 73804 of 122745 0 14 2 It’s quite disturbing how often SuperG posts degenerate into fantasies of physical violence these days. From the Patrick Abbot ones, to child rapists, and now TW. We’ve seen enough of it. jointer131 9 Jul '19 - 18:52 - 73808 of 122745 0 13 1 keep up the good work sg.
holidayfunds8: DGriffin100 - yes, I kinda fully agree that we still need to understand margins and likely profit per tonne supplied etc. HOWEVER, whilst an understanding of likely margins & expected profits will obviously be HIGHLY IMPORTANT to the eventual VRS valuation, the reality for VRS right now, today, is that: * NOT ONE, SINGLE meaningful confirmed order / contract has yet been properly secured or evidenced; * So, given that VRS shareholders have now been waiting for MANY, MANY YEARS for such an order, the confirmation of even one, single order - for, say, 3 tonnes of graphene-product supply - would, to my mind at least, be viewed as MASSIVE news for the VRS share price. So, yes, margins & profitability will certainly be key, looking forwards - BUT just the confirmation of ANY sizable graphene-related PROPER ORDER will, if confirmed, represent very significant news that will move the VRS share price big time in my view. Mainly because - if ONE (meaningfully sized) ORDER can be confirmed / clearly evidenced, then the chances of further orders becomes much more likely. So - in my view - just ONE ORDER will be a game-changer here.
bones698: Still waiting to hear exactly how vrs intense to make money . All very vague and non descriptive imo and condosring how slow progress seems and how little revenues and income are picking up it is beginning to look like they may well miss out to bigger and wealthier companies with the clout to get there first . Are they going to make money producing graphene in large quantities for others to use ? Do they hope to find unique uses and get IP and live see their ideas etc ? In the meantime the company is loss making and will eep requiring funding until they can generate a profit which is looking a very long time away . Had high hopes when Manchester and vrs were named graphene centers but have seem nothing much happen for a long time . The share price usually yells the story of how well or poorly things are going and doesn't lie unlike investors for or against . What it can't do is predict the future though but without some of this game changing tech and sales to go with it I expect to see further delines as the months tick by A mistake or companies like this is they don't cash in when the share price gets high on hype t when the markets are in their favour . Vrs should have looked to raise a large sum of cash when above 100p to keep them going and speed up things for years . Poor move imo
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