Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Versarien Plc LSE:VRS London Ordinary Share GB00B8YZTJ80 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.475 -1.51% 31.05 1,032,406 16:35:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
30.05 31.50 31.25 29.50 31.05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 8.28 -4.70 -2.69 53
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:18 UT 6,914 31.05 GBX

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Versarien Daily Update: Versarien Plc is listed in the Industrial Engineering sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VRS. The last closing price for Versarien was 31.53p.
Versarien Plc has a 4 week average price of 29.50p and a 12 week average price of 29.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 116p while the 1 year low share price is currently 22p.
There are currently 169,682,290 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 645,534 shares. The market capitalisation of Versarien Plc is £52,686,351.05.
wuzy: RTG, yes great post my feeling on Vrs for what it's worth, yes we're all a bit disappointed with the share price but as with many investments it only needs some good news and this will rocket none more so than Vrs, the reason for my very positive stance is.Everyone including the city and followers are just waiting for the first commercial deal to drop this would prove the commercial model and confidence would return taking the share price to well in excess of £,,,, and other deals would in my opinion follow fairly rapidly, they ARE building a world class beating company at the forefront of this new tech and are leading in my opinion by a mile, l have in the past mentioned that at the 2019 agm meeting l asked Neill about verification his response was Quote, many have tried and all have failed, Unquote, so we are in a great position.For all doom-mongers, as has been stated so,so,so many times before it does take time even with Neil's sometimes over exuberance they are protecting their ip and they are dealing with the top flight company's in many different industries just one will be a game changer l like many more will continue to buy as and when funds allow, which one drops first is anyone's guess. Regards to all
andy: Tim3416 19 Oct '20 - 15:51 - 111272 of 111278 What a vile little cult “Andy” is grooming on the other thread. Full of hate and anger towards this company and its shareholders. ------- The only "vile" thing is your post! And it's total rubbish, I'd love VRS to do well for its shareholders and the UK as a country. I have never enjoyed seeing investors losing money, I invest too and I know what it feels like when an investment goes sour. "hate and anger"? wow! I understand you're not happy the share price is currently down, but there's no need to make up such baseless accusations, you make your own investment decisions so stand by them and don't blame other people. The idea that a few posts on a BB are responsible for the share price falling from 180p to 32p is beyond ridiculous, VRS have yet to deliver revenue and sales, that's the reason, period.
twatcher: When I buy shares, I buy them to make money. If the share price goes on a steady path of increasing, I'm happy. I can hold on the expectation of further rises, sell some and bank a partial profit and let the rest rise, or sell the lot and move on. In any of those scenarios I'm making money. I'm happy that the company turned out as they projected. If the share price goes on a steady decline, I'm unhappy. I can sell and lose money. I can hold and hope the share price rises, but the shares might fall more, or I can add more money and try and turn the bad investment into a less bad investment, but the shares might fall more In any of those scenarios, I'm losing money. I could have bought the shares a LOT cheaper than what I did. I'm unhappy that the company did not turn out as projected. I don't buy shares..... because I admire the company. I don't buy shares..... thinking "I don't care if these fall, someday I'm sure these will be above my purchase price" I don't buy shares......and then when they fall to 1/3rd of the price I paid for them, consider them "low risk" I don't buy shares..... to be happy that the share price falls and I can buy more. As a shareholder, I retain the right to praise the company that I hold shares in when they do good things, and criticise the company when their actions or inactions are bad. I find shareholders who regardless of an ever dwindling SP, fail to put even a minute blame on the company, both puzzling and disconcerting.
dgriffin100: @ridicule - it's a brave person who thinks they can predict how the market (aka the share price) will respond to company developments over a period of time! The original RNS said that the price of the deal was 40p, being a 53.8% premium to the then current price. The 40p was irrelevant of course, because the amount that VRS gets depends solely on the future share price. Then there was the benchmark price of 53.33p, and I have no idea where that come from. But if the real price at the time of the deal was 40p/1.538, that is 26p, and double 26p is 52p, which is kinda close to 53p. But the benchmark was irrelevant as well, for the same reasons that 40p was irrelevant. All vaguely curious, but it's in the past and doesn't really matter now. What does matter (and to your point ridicule) is that the commercialization activities result in cash generation, i.e. mere revenue is not enough, you need cash. @Moljen I haven't looked closely at the cash situation, but the next need for external cash is some combination of cash generated, cash burnt, share sales, loan drawdown and future loan repayment. There are a bunch of assumptions in there. I would be very surprised if it were by year end, or even by end 2021, because of the combination of ongoing share sales and loan drawdown. Within this timeframe the optics would be truly horrible (i.e. still drawing on 2 other sources of funds while failing to generate enough cash to cover outgoings). More than that, under what circumstances would anyone put money into VRS given that money will flow back out in loan repayments in less than 4 years time? The turn around in cash generation in the intervening period would have to be heroic to avoid that brick wall. No, it's time to become cashflow +ve.
dgriffin100: Laginaneil - you are right of course. If they have already sold the shares, then the money they will have received might not be sufficient to make the monthly payment to VRS if the price rises between times. So the logical position, if they have no view on VRS prospects, is to sell down shares to meet monthly payments. It does seem that they have been holding more shares than required, then started selling. It will be interesting to see if they remain holding an excess of shares, or if they sell down further. Another 960k shares will trigger the 7% notification. At the moment, their investment/excess is 845k shares, so £275k worth. Worst case is 12.845m shares will hit the market at some point over the next 18 months. But with an average of 900k being traded every day, that will be absorbed without too much impact. @Moljen - The statement that Ricketts made is not wrong. By 'Company' I assume he is referring to VRS. If the share price had gone up, VRS would have benefited. But it went down. To claim that the deal was worth £6M, or any other number, was very saucy, because it was simply unknowable. I am surprised he was able/allowed to say that.
laginaneil: Good Morning DG, Thank you for the added detail. Just one point to discuss. Your comment: '.will make money (that's the 0.75m shares granted on top of the 15m) irrespective of where the price goes unless they are very careless. They only lose if they fail to sell enough to meet monthly commitments, and are left holding shares that fall in value.' Knowing the possibilities with 'left field' events will they also lose if they sell to many and there is a sudden appreciation of the share price They would then have to pay VRS large monthly payments having no shares left, at the appreciated price, to sell to cover the payments. As vs9 said: 'Lanstead need to cut positions over time to generate cash flow for operations.They can't sell too fast/too early since the shares held are a hedge against their upside risk of a rising share price meaning monthly payments increase.' So for the benefit of others your comment: 'They only lose if they fail to sell enough to meet monthly commitments, and are left holding shares that fall in value.' I think they could lose if they sell to quick as well. Just my thoughts.
vs9: A lower share price is not better for Lanstead.Lanstead are better off with a higher SP, since the increase in value of their asset (over 7% of the issued shares) exceeds their increased liability of the monthly payment due to VRS.From the March Q&A: "......important to note that Lanstead participates in the majority, but not all of the upside in any future Versarien share price appreciation. The bottom line is that Lanstead makes more money as the share price rises and does not derive any advantage from a decline in the share price".Lanstead need to cut positions over time to generate cash flow for operations.They can't sell too fast/too early since the shares held are a hedge against their upside risk of a rising share price meaning monthly payments increase.Lots of BAU stuff being misrepresented today:Lanstead reducing their position is not remarkable.A 5pm TR1 RNS is not strange. They can be sent any time from 07.00 to 18.30. Look at and you will see several other companies had TR1s notified after close today, as is the case every day.As for the Roberto/Gnano fake news...not worthy of comment.
rogerthegrouch: Lanstead are in this to make a decent profit by holding through upcoming commercialisation phase ie gscale. So its in their interests to hold vrs shares to reap bigger longer term rewards, like any shareholder. Selling a few along the way to balance their portfolio is entirely expected. This is normal behaviour, especially in uncertain covid times. Could be diversifying or moving some to cash or any other short term reason to trim. Should Versarien make decent traction on commercialisation over the next few months, we can expect funds to start coming in. Lanstead will provide the important liquidity for this to be worth their while. We have seen a lot of downward pressure on the share price over the last few weeks and now we know a key contributor to that. It’s highly likely that the holdings RNS marks the end of this stint of selling and we should see a decent rise in share price over the coming weeks. Afterall it’s in their best long term interest to see the price move up and we have some assurances that they are fully behind the longer term prospects. It’s worth also noting that Neill is once again the largest shareholder and still very much aligned to our objectives. Confident, long and strong
twatcher: nice analysis ---- sells werent sells because people wanted to sell, those sells were sells to drive the price down. That's Trump 'deep state' thinking. ! I'd suggest that a share price tumbling from 180 to 31p tells its own story. Only in the alternative VRS world would somebody postulate that a decreased share price with better than recent volume is a good thing.. If I ever need to borrow a set of rose tinted glasses, ill know where to find them. some days back i talked about the next lanstead payment and worked on the basis of a 40p share price If the trend continues, and it will unless something disrupts it, Landstead will be paying next to nothing for that next tranche of shares. You dont need a phd to figure out the effect that a series of share dilutions at decreasing costs has on the share price
29palms: Question for the super Self-Aggrandiser.... You wouldn’t happen to have some of that super duper Graphene to mend the “6 month low” hole that has appeared in the VRS share price today? Who are the Suckers
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