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VRS Versarien Plc

-0.0005 (-0.74%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Versarien Plc LSE:VRS London Ordinary Share GB00B8YZTJ80 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.0005 -0.74% 0.0675 1,291,286 16:35:24
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.065 0.07
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Chemicals & Chem Preps, Nec 5.45M -13.53M -0.0091 -0.08 1.04M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:30:00 O 16,000 0.07 GBX

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Posted at 22/6/2024 09:20 by Versarien Daily Update
Versarien Plc is listed in the Chemicals & Chem Preps, Nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VRS. The last closing price for Versarien was 0.07p.
Versarien currently has 1,488,169,507 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Versarien is £1,041,719.
Versarien has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -0.08.
This morning VRS shares opened at -
Posted at 18/6/2024 10:07 by kemche
"Today is 3rd September 2023. I set a target date of 30th September 2023 for the company to release comprehensive news on the turnaround strategy and commercialisation. I still stick by that deadline and will never veer from it. Six months is more than long enough to update shareholders."

PWhite73 - 22 Nov 2023 - 16:52:13 - 150480 of 150598 VRS The world lead in real Graphene (Nanene) - VRS

2m purchase at 0.42p just after the bell. Somebody is collecting stock. Accuse me of ramping if you like but do not entirely rule out a takeover of VRS by one of the larger graphene players or the accumulation of a sizeable stake.

PWhite73 - 14 Jul 2023 - 07:32:21 - 148505 of 149848 VRS The world lead in real Graphene (Nanene) - VRS
The last placing on 03/05/2023 was at 1.25p people said it was game over then. Within weeks the share price had shot up to 6p. The market is awaiting and anticipating news on the turnaround strategy. The £650k raised WILL be used for working capital and to facilitate commercial traction. The executive lifestyle years are over. The placing doesn't change anything but fortify the company financially.

It might be wise to take advantage of any lower prices.

The share price has fallen from 180p to 1.70p for the very reasons given by bbms & Co. However if you are in at 1.70p the odds are you will be heavily rewarded.
Posted at 05/6/2024 17:59 by pwhite73
zydecoco - "What’s your VRS share average and how many do you hold?"

Sorry I remain objective at all times and approach VRS as an external observer and not as a shareholder. I won't divulge if I am holding or not.

Despite the fall in the share price I am no less convinced that VRS will re-rate as a commercial graphene player.
Posted at 05/6/2024 08:00 by pwhite73
The Cronk - "when the price crashes almost 99%"

All AIM share prices crash 99% overtime. This is because what you are dealing with here are two forces:-

1. Loss making companies.

2. A loosely regulated market where share prices are routinely marked down for no other reason than to ensure retail investors don't get back what they invested.

The two are necessarily linked.

The forces that mark the shares down can and do rapidly re-rate the shares if they think the company is on the verge of commercial success. This is the sign that shareholders in VRS are still awaiting.

Further news is awaited on Cementene and their licensed IPs. In the meanwhile the MM, shorters, spreadbet firms and AT traders will chop away at the share price day after day. They may pause for a while then restart the hatchet job again.

I know it's painful to watch but you should ignore them and wait for company news.
Posted at 04/6/2024 13:08 by pwhite73
Still here. In the absence of news the MM and AT traders will drive the share price into the ground. This happens everywhere on the AIM/small cap market. Concerned about the relentlessly falling share price PIs sell up taking huge losses as surely administration must be around the corner for the price to be tanking the way it is.

The MM and AT traders hold onto your shares awaiting news. Perhaps you should do likewise.
Posted at 29/5/2024 20:12 by philbyk144
Interesting use of share price to determine if NR leaving the business was detrimental. I prefer to concentrate on the fact that NR was responsible for the share price falling from 190p to 3.1p
Posted at 29/5/2024 11:04 by pwhite73
1manchild - "we are actually worse off than under NR as it stands."

Yes I 100% agree. NR resigned on 10/03/2023. The share price then was 3.1p today its 0.90p.

Existing shareholders have had to pay the price of the restructure. If things hadn't changed and Prompt not brought in the outcome with certainty would have been liquidation.

As part of the restructure they are reducing staff numbers from 94 to 22. 30 jobs have already gone leaving 64. When they release the mature businesses another 42 jobs would have gone leaving a slimmed down highly specialised and focussed company.

I can understand why you and many others can't see beyond a falling share price but I can.

However you are right in one sense there is no point in the company making progress if its long serving shareholders are not part of the journey. This is why I have stated if they raise below the last placing price of 0.125p for any other reason than to directly clear debt to secured holders I would consider I called this wrong from the very outset.

Posted at 14/5/2024 10:59 by fuji99
Any idiot would conclude why the share price is equal to zero. For 11 years, after hundreds RNS's, promises, plans and now turnaround stories, no material thing whatsoever has happened. Why are they still surviving is a mystery ! Their RNS specialist manages somehow to convince people to get deep into their pockets.
PWhites is now urging people "to take advantage of the depressed share price" in the other board. Apparently VRS curse is all to shorting and stock manipulation.
The RNS and turnaround brigades are working at full throttle to survive for a few more months.
Posted at 14/5/2024 10:10 by bbmsionlypostafter mk2
Since you're now openly giving financial advice PW, namely to buy VRS, perhaps you would be so kind as to inform us how many VRS shares YOU own?

14 May '24 - 09:50 - 18797 of 18799

A fall in the share price is the natural and default direction of all AIM/small cap stocks. That is how companies, directors, brokers, nomads, shorters and spreadbet firms all enrich themselves at PIs expense.

Only a structural fundamental change in circumstances can reverse this trend. Versarien's ability to make commercial and profitable traction in the nascent graphene industry is what will reverse the trend for this stock.

If you have spare cash I would be inclined to take advantage of these low prices whilst shareholders await commercial news.
Posted at 09/5/2024 15:20 by pwhite73
DTaliadoros - "so any new investors would be putting new cash in know it will be sure to be diluted further down the line."

Yes. However dilution is not a problem on a rising share price and this is why people are putting in new money. It is believed (at the moment at least) that the new CEO will raise the share price as commercial traction begins to bite. The company has already stated that it will need to rely on the equity markets until it becomes profitable. This is not an issue on a rising share price. The problem for new shareholders arises if the dilutions are taking place at a lower share price.

The last placing was at 0.125p. The previous placing before that was at 0.08p.

If the next placing is lower than 0.125p then there is no point in investing here.

The company will have to issue positive news to attract new investors at higher prices. If the share price dilutions are on a downward price spiral then investors will eventually call time and the company goes into administration as is happening all over the place.

That the company is invested in graphene means they have a better chance then most but there is a limit to investors patience.
Posted at 07/5/2024 16:40 by pwhite73
fuji99 - From the date NR resigned which story(ies) in your opinion are fake.

The share price had gained traction. It was up to 0.27p from the last placing at 0.080p. The placing at 0.125p has killed all sentiment. They won't be able to raise further funds without giving PIs a reason to invest. There is not the interest or volume to simply forward selling the next placing without completely crashing the share price and even then there is no guarantee of buyers.

So at the moment it's just a question of waiting for news and taking advantage of these lower prices as PIs lose interest and sell up.
Versarien share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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