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
  4.50 6.0% 79.50 770,839 15:07:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
79.00 80.00 84.00 74.50 74.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 9.14 -2.83 -1.64 122
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:06:19 O 27,500 79.50 GBX

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17/1/2020
08:20
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 75p.
Versarien Plc has a 4 week average price of 72.50p and a 12 week average price of 64p.
The 1 year high share price is 144p while the 1 year low share price is currently 64p.
There are currently 153,624,320 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 681,145 shares. The market capitalisation of Versarien Plc is £122,131,334.40.
08/1/2020
09:06
billwave: The Bulls do a grande job of promoting VRS and their products on here to suit their own agenda, fair play. For all you have to say, for all the speculative claims you make, you don't find it even a little bit odd that the VRS share price appears to react inversely to the popularity and progress being made the world over with Graphene and 2D products? There must be now thousands of people involved in research, testing, production, manufacturing and selling and yet VRS is still unable to attract investment from anyone at all outside of the reader group of an ADVFN BB? And the only verified producer of Graphene in the world too. Come on, something doesn't add up here.
04/1/2020
16:36
evergreen8: Mike I fully concur that no one is able to guess the price per share that will be obliged in the event of their being a deal signed for the acquisition of up to 15% of the shareholding of VRS. Your statement to this effect is fully supported by Neill's comment that the current or future share price, is in his words, "irrelevant" in relation to the amount per share that any inward investor would be obliged to pay for a holding in VRS. While we have no certainty as to the price per share for such a transaction it has been suggested that it would be reasonable that it be at least equal to or greater than the 145p from the last issue. Similarly, I entirely get your point that once a number of the imminent deals have been concluded the share price is most likely to be multiples of the current share price and it would be absurd to give away 15% of the company at a value per share significantly below the market share price My earlier post simply sought to clarify for any reader not familiar with the term 'Issued Share Capital' that your reference to the 15% of VRS that would be acquired by any investor relates to the % of the number of issued shares not the % of the market capital which would have been an easy mistake for anyone less informed than yourself to have made. In case anyone is interested in the source of the potential confusion created by the terminology I have cut and pasted below the relevant paragraph from the RNS. Extract from the RNS of 9th August:- ............The term sheet envisaged that BIGT would provide funding to Versarien for the proposed wholly owned subsidiary ("WFOE") and other corporate purposes in the form of an equity investment, providing BIGT with a holding of up to 15% of the ISSUED SHARE CAPITAL of the Company, Definition of the term ISSUED SHARE CAPITAL issued share capital:- The total of a company's shares that are held by shareholders. A company can, at any time, issue new shares up to the full amount of authorized share capital. Also called subscribed capital, or subscribed share capital.
03/1/2020
20:15
festario: Clubbie.... I have never heard the word execrate before, in my entire 55 years on this planet.Excrement yes, and that nearly sums up the VRS share price, but not execrate.
02/1/2020
11:32
mikebrenner: Just for context we have 153m shares in issue and so current volumes traded each day are in the 0.1% to 0.5% range which shows the real illiquidity (today's current volume as of 11am is 0.36%). As a result it's easy to move the price up and down (mainly the latter) as there are no major buyers competing for shares just a gradual drift to long term PI holders and HNWs happy to pick up shares at lower prices ... the selling pressure is not shorters as there is no borrow, it's small PIs trading in and out of VRS influenced by lack of progress, share price movements Hitting stop losses, trading and misinformation from you know who. Don't get me wrong it's painful to see paper profits disappear, but then again it's minor compared to the risk / reward my investment thesis here is based on which is not the current business or its P&L but the future that I believe this management team can enable. Each to their own!It's hard if you spend your time share price watching each day to remain focused on the business & progress that actually matters and will make a material difference to the share price - spend more time researching this and build your conviction in the company, it's unique technology and its ability to execute and own your own investment timeframes for when things should happen. It's not overnight but IMO within 3-5 years we will see VRS being a much larger and more valuable global business with lots of acquisition interest that will further drive the company value.We should all know by now that those material things in the short term (next 6 months) are what management are focused on a) a good China deal b) major commercial orders signed with big brands which proves we can commercialise multiple graphene products in multiple sectors and developing a graphene enhanced supply chain that can be scaled. As Superg1 has stated we know that these commercial deals will be large (tonnes/millions£) but that they will also have a ramp up e.g AECOM arches will take 3 years to be installed, textiles will ramp through the seasons / brands / ranges so look at it like an annuity rather than a one off lottery win. Equally we should expect China to ramp up over time eg the latest results said the graphene park should be built within 3 years ... obvious opportunities to be producing before then. By understanding the groundwork that VRS are doing around vertically integrating to enable 2D enhanced supply chains you should have confidence in this ability to scale existing and to new partners.Whilst it can be painful to watch IMO any movement between 70p to 120p is basically irrelevant to me as it's driven by short term trading. The above changes will enable financial forecasts, drive placings from new investors to raise capital for the much needed expansion that needs to happen if VRS are to reach their potential ... this is when the larger funds and more buyers will enter the fray and we can expect to see a more liquid share and a higher % traded each day as a result. If this doesn't happen then obviously many of us will loose a lot of money hence the importance in owning your investment decisions! Until then keep researching, validate your investment thesis and have a happy new year.
08/12/2019
11:42
festario: A big week coming up for the VRS share price, one way or the other.If the sales of 2d materials has taken off in a big way, then I can see 30% at least added, without any other news.I consider £2m to £5m of invoiced Graphene revenue to be reasonable.
09/11/2019
08:17
ridicule: High Park. Thank you for your comment. I have coined the word cantilever to describe what I do because it takes situations across a small stable of carefully selected companies and allows an investor to monitor events (news flow) and two elements of the investment value that affect the share price - fundamental value and hope value. Company results control the fundamentals and news flow coupled with emotion control hope value. I learnt a long while ago to avoid an emotional attachment when it comes to shares and to just depend on news flow and Company results. Too many of my friends have lost money on the stock market through becoming emotionally attached to a share. A PI never controls events, they can only monitor them. By monitoring a family of shares and treating them as a single entity, events in one share can act as a cantilever to support another share in the stable. In other words the movement of some cash From one share to another to take advantage of a pattern of events acts as a cantilever against the potential destruction of your wealth. Unlike stop loss, a PI can control this process. I am an admirer of what NR has achieved and as he says himself, he has no control over the share price. If the current VRS share price was, say, 40p we would not be having this discussion but it isn’t and we all need to recognise that. I find it strange that a debate like this one should be seen by some on here as a distraction and irrelevant And that it should attract such vicious attacks. Equally Company performance, not this debate or my share investing decisions will ultimately determine where the share price goes. I remain hopeful that we get VRS news soon so that the VRS share price is fully supported at the current level and much higher.
08/11/2019
17:34
ridicule: You still haven't got have you Lucky!! I am beginning to think that you never will. If you read my post above you will see that I have been buying Tern and, just for you, because I have held Tern for so many years, when BIDS dropped to 15p the other day, I canti-levered some long held Tern at a good profit to buy more BIDS @15.5p. BIDS closed at 18p tonight. That is what canti-lever investing is all about Lucky. I do not call it anything when it comes to VRS you silly individual. I have been challenging VRS newsflow because quite frankly, the key to canti-lever investing is to always have the ability to believe the story and as the more reasonable investors on here have all recognised the total commercial model for VRS has yet to be proven and there has been slippage beyond what many of us expected. As long as I believe the story I will retain my significant holding here and any prompt to sell shares will not be performance of the VRS share price, as you state in your post above, it will be the poor performance of another share in my stable that presents a canti-lever opportunity to move some of the significant profit that I currently have sitting in VRS and leverage it on the buying opportunity presented, by buying shares in the poor performer with a VRS profit top slice. I did that for VRS incidentally when it was a poor performer and bought a lot a few months ago when the price hit 70p. I do not believe what PIs say on a bulletin board affects the performance of an Aim share because we do not have enough firpower. The point on the graph reflecting hope value against fundamental combined with quality of the associated news flow is what affects the share price and VRS have not been well positioned on that particular graph recently, given the expectations that were set by the BoD. Finally, I agree that news could drop any day and transform the share price and I still believe in the VRS story. If a day comes when I do not believe the story, however, I will be gone and I won't be trying to influence anyone here with the sort of mumbo jumbo you seem to be obsessed with. It is no surprise that you won't apologise, you do not come across as someone who has the character for that.
05/11/2019
16:43
2dinvestor: The information is in the public domain and it is as explained. An investment of £24M into a Chinese graphene enterprise hub/park. There's no RNS because it isn't deemed directly price sensitive to the VRS share price. However, it is positive to VRS in terms of the bigger picture. Why do you need to here that from Neill directly?
29/10/2019
22:28
tini5: “How many VRS shares do [sic] have? Does your personal wealth vary by £8,500 for every 1p movement in the VRS share price?“ You can’t scamper for the moral high ground and then swing at people you consider beneath you with your wallet.
29/10/2019
22:19
ridicule: You still do not get it Lucky. I did have 1.3m shares some months ago. My risk reward risk management cantilever investment since I first invested in VRS way back meant that instead of reducing my residue to 600k, I was able to contain it at 850k bottom. Given the lack of orders on the VRS journey as it has delivered so far during 2019, contrary to expectations, I consider my current holding represents significant and loyal support to VRS. How many VRS shares do have? Does your personal wealth vary by £8,500 for every 1p movement in the VRS share price? You paint yourself as a highly committed investor, but if the answers to my two questions are in the negative, I and others that you are so ready to vilify are for more committed to supporting VRS than you are. There’s more, if my diversified investments move up over the coming weeks or months the extra fire power will be re-invested back into VRS if, as you constantly predict vrs will take off if everyone is patient. I am managing dynamics, you are sitting on your sunk investment waiting for growth to come over time. I have no interest in manipulating others as you unpleasantly infer. Indeed if the VRS committed investment without any reaction to circumstances is the fantastic opportunity route you say it is, any shares I may sell will be instantly mopped up by eager buyers. Woody you make some fair points, particularly the level of cash that NR managed to raise at the time of the Gnanomat acquisition. Agreeing to swap shares instead of cash with the Gnanomat Directors @ 1.50 was a master stroke. That is why I am still invested at the level I am. Mandatory, Thank you for Your kind words. Although you quoted me, your approach applies to everyone who aspires to have a civilised debate. Ignore Lucky-oranges vicious response, you are better than the level of debate that he keeps dragging the Board down to.
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