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25/6/2022
09:20
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 18.91p.
Versarien Plc has a 4 week average price of 18.02p and a 12 week average price of 14.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 38p while the 1 year low share price is currently 14.50p.
There are currently 194,149,790 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 212,937 shares. The market capitalisation of Versarien Plc is £37,626,229.30.
16/6/2022
13:35
bbmsionlypostafter mk2: Once again I find myself baffled that anyone could make the preposterous claim that Neill Ricketts influenced punters to buy VRS shares when he was active on social media. A claim made by cynics & no hopers, doubtless intent on destroying a great British success story. VRS is quite simply the amber nectar of shares & LTH will be richly rewarded. Imminently IMHO. This Day In History 16.06.2021 - superg's thread. rovi70 16 Jun '21 - 13:27 - 122010 of 136895 0 15 3 Mr I know nothing. like all of us such a true statement. have been a longish holder since 2017, held through the highs (foolishly) You Have the cheek to talk about the "Quick Buck" you really know nothing. Even SuperG knows nothing. Because Mr N.R. boasted and gave out goodies then after his super con, went mute. REMEMBER this:- Neill Ricketts @neillricketts · Jan 15, 2018 Houston we have a confirmed lift off , you have cleared the tower #vrs #rulebritannia Flag of United KingdomFlag of United KingdomFlag of United KingdomFlag of United KingdomFlag of United Kingdom Watzdorfer 16 Jun '21 - 14:22 - 122011 of 136895 0 19 1 My sister sold up here a few days ago with an 80% loss as sick of the dismal share performance and lack of sales, I feel quite quilty as I recommended VRS to her ( her choice to buy I know) I,m pi55ed off with VRS also but not prepared to crystallize my losses yet. As mentioned before if management havn,t confidence to buy it speaks volumes. Neill and co need some neck not to be ashamed of the bait pumping previously . Hopefully he'll need to sell some stock soon so I can bail out on the pre sale spike. joeblogg2 16 Jun '21 - 14:28 - 122012 of 136895 0 11 0 We are all in the same boat Watz, have recommended to many under water :( jointer13 16 Jun '21 - 14:44 - 122013 of 136895 0 6 1 as in reports/company news in the process of monetising... now. we are talking global....hence the time it has taken to get to this monetisation stage A great British success story on the other side of the globe. "In 2019/20 Versarien entered into many collaborations with global partners. We completed the rigorous process required to achieve the award of a £5 million Innovate UK loan and our focus is now very much on the monetisation of the graphene technologies in our portfolio" hTTp://www.versarien.com/about-us/ Alchemy 16 Jun '21 - 16:40 - 122016 of 136895 0 4 0 More weak holders will join her. Alchemy 16 Jun '21 - 16:42 - 122017 of 136895 0 2 0 Can anyone do the logic? 80% loss at 35p sold is £1.75p buying price , is this correct? nik7907 16 Jun '21 - 17:48 - 122021 of 136895 0 4 2 Well I bought in three tranches £1.15, £1.27 and £1.71 and my HL account says that is 73% down. Luckily I sold vrs at a profit in my stock and share account and bought the £1.71 with it in the isa so not quite as bad as it looks. Luckily I haven't got too many like VRS DTaliadoros 16 Jun '21 - 18:33 - 122022 of 136895 0 15 3 I get that the order book is not within Versariens direct control, so wouldn't it be nice if directors did some.director share buying to help control the narrative. Lack of director buying in the past has spoken volumes. I keep bleating on about this point and my surprise that it's not a point that many others raise. RogerTheGrouch 16 Jun '21 - 22:14 - 122023 of 136895 0 23 0 A share that is 80% down despite the company being in a far superior position in a more mature market is surely the amber nectar of shares. Strong buy
16/6/2022
11:01
bbmsionlypostafter mk2: Ah, China. What a great ramp that was. This Day In History 16.06.2020 - superg's gullible fools thread. squire007 16 Jun '20 - 13:38 - 104152 of 136885 0 2 0 Last piece of the jigsaw has just been put in place ...... ? clint fleecewood 16 Jun '20 - 13:59 - 104153 of 136885 0 3 0 Thanks for sharing squire and I'm sure you feel a huge satisfaction at completing it. How many pieces was it? Lakeland scene? phoenixs 16 Jun '20 - 15:30 - 104161 of 136885 0 36 0 Andy, The Chinese came to VRS. The VRS Graphene is the one preferred and used by Aecom and Winsun. As with nearly all very large companies when the product going in is a very small cost compared to the outgoing product, it is incredibly hard if not impossible for another supplier to replace the existing one. It is the case that VRS are the preferred supplier not only with the aforementioned companies but also with many others in China and around the world. Bobsworth 16 Jun '20 - 16:18 - 104165 of 136885 0 20 0 Bet there are lots of folks sat on the sidelines ready to jump back in here on positive China news or commercialisation! Cannot blame them really for being cautious after a torrid year for VRS's share price. Fingers crossed they will all be back onboard soon & this endless share manipulation is finally blown away. Good luck to all shareholder LuckDragon 16 Jun '20 - 18:12 - 104171 of 136886 0 16 0 Looking forward to tomorrow’s session to learn more about the proposed China investment and get some updates on the collaborations in play. I’m particularly interested the Aecom Arch as that seemed most advanced but would welcome some clarity on the Winsun connection too. Both could lead to significant near term revenues to kick start proceedings. I’ve built a decent position and have further funds to deploy as we gain clarity. Something tells me I’ll be needing my wallet over the next few days. Wishing all the very best of luck Crosswires 16 Jun '20 - 19:04 - 104177 of 136886 0 8 3 Hi Mike Brenner. You wrote this in March, do you still hold the same opinion, as I note the clock is ticking on that 6 months? You said “Reality as it always has been is NR and team need to execute on China and or 5 commercial deals they are focusing on to bring in revenues and cash to prove the business. Then an instrument like this proves it’s worth and let’s not pretend that if they don’t bring those deals in the next 6 months that things will be rosy as they won’t!!” Essentially you are saying that there is 3 months to land these deals. Given what has happened in the past year (not a lot of revenue growth), do you forsee trouble ahead? I have no position but am keen to review shares that have fallen back from highs and that might have some potential going forward.
15/6/2022
10:04
bbmsionlypostafter mk2: The problem with setting deadlines is... This Day In History 15.06.2020 - superg's we're going to own China! thread Hoverflyman 15 Jun '20 - 00:08 - 104089 of 136857 0 11 0 1teepee: no questions from me, he [NR] knows what I want to know, what we all want to know, and I suspect he won’t say in this session any more than previously. If there was anything significant to report either way, a RNS surely would have been triggered already? The upshot will likely be that everything is progressing according to plan and the Winsun collaboration offers “extraordinary potential”. I am heavily invested, content to sit on my hands for the time being while prospects mature but wish that Neill would finally deliver a fraction of those projections he has made to date. Incidentally I have emailed him on a number of occasions and never had a response. Well done Rogerbridge for establishing contact; I seem to remember that the company’s original declared undertaking was to host monthly “Investor Meet” opportunities rather than on the arrival of significant news but if I am wrong this would be the least of my disappointments. rogerbridge 15 Jun '20 - 12:14 - 104107 of 136857 0 26 0 I must admit to being very excited over the medium to long term prospects here. It is apparent that obtaining the services of Daniel was a master stroke by Neill. There is a going to be a huge amount of 3D printing at TFL, hopefully New York and elsewhere. Yes Winsun have expertise, but it’s a sigh. Of a great company when you also have top quality staff in house. You can see why Airbus, RR and others want to cooperate with Versarien.We are a top class company. Andymoore07 15 Jun '20 - 14:36 - 104108 of 136857 0 15 0 So BOTB increased revenue to £17mill and its now at &13 a share. The mind boggles as surely once winsun and Aecom start delivering our revenue will smash that so where will the share price be?! anley 15 Jun '20 - 15:44 - 104110 of 136858 0 6 1 The only question to put to NR at tomorrows session is: When do you (NR) expect the action to start at WINSUN and are you sure the factory is ready along with a team and machinery? Chelsea101 15 Jun '20 - 18:48 - 104117 of 136858 0 21 1 Neill runs a pretty tight and honest ship so I would not take too much notice of the share price movement. In all the years I’ve held Versarien shares I’ve rarely seen a dramatic price increase/decrease prior to a good or bad rns. This is unlike most of the other AIM shares I hold or have held in the past. ridicule 15 Jun '20 - 19:26 - 104119 of 136858 0 33 2 Scmally Your post 104105 where you write: ‘With regards to 30th Jun date, I certainly hope the initial Chinese investment is agreed by then, although it's clear that it won't be a disaster if this does not happen. The appetite is clearly huge in China and an appropriate deal will be struck at some stage. Whether that's before one of the Big 5 lands is however open to debate.’ The whole deal has been set up to force the Chinese to take the initial stake by the 30 June or VRS are entitled to buy the Chinese share of the in-country Versarien subsidiary for £1. I believe this was to focus the Chinese on the deal to make sure it did not slip. In my view if the 5% stake does not happen, VRS will have to purchase the Chinese stake for £1 or lose all control of the negotiations. You cannot insert a condition like that and not exercise it. Lanstead was a risk, brought about by tight cashflow through lack of orders, I felt at the time the risk mitigation of the Lanstead ratchet operating to the downside was the near certainty the 30th June would not slip and Lanstead would pay much more for their VRS stake as the ratchet operated to the upside on the back of a rapidly rising VRS share price as the 5% stake was announced. I cannot agree with you that it will not be a disaster if the 30th slips, unless one of the big 5 get landed to offset the share price fall. None of us can ignore the fact that the current VRS mkt cap is 98% based on anticipation, not trading performance and this whole strategy is becoming very binary. The other question that would present itself if VRS did own the whole in-country operating company, having bought the Chinese out for £1 would be - how much Chinese business would go that route, given the whole Graphene Park infrastructure funding is coming from the Chinese! Any other route for us to participate directly from here would have very significant IPR risk which is why the in-Country JV Was set up. I for one am beginning to feel a little nervous and I hope Wednesday’s session is designed to put all our minds at rest, in order to protect the VRS share price and avoid the Lanstead ratchet switching to the down side. rogerbridge 15 Jun '20 - 19:51 - 104120 of 136858 0 29 0 Ridicule, I understand where you are coming from, though I am not nervous about Wednesday. As far as we know it’s a company update and also gives investors to ask questions about their investment in Versarien. Unless there is an rns, there is a limit on what can be divulged. However, there has been some tremendous progress in China, many links with Winsun have been uncovered from the Chinese side. TFL should be ordering before too much longer. Great to see Daniel an ex AECOM Director on board. The future is auspicious as far as I am concerned. There are listed companies with prospects that are nowhere near Versarien’s that have a higher market cap. ITM, has a market cap of a little over £1.3 billion, a good company but hugely loss making and profits some way off. The market cap of VRS is modest in my opinion. It’s a pity we are not listed on NASDAQ, we would probably be £5.00 at the moment. Don’t start me off on so called COVID-19 companies, though some have merit. As a long term holder in one of the most exciting companies on the market, I am content to hold. It has been a frustrating time and I was certainly guilty of being carried away a couple of years ago when my feet should have been planted firmly on the ground. I am however convinced that the company will deliver on those promises. RogerTheGrouch 15 Jun '20 - 20:34 - 104122 of 136858 0 19 1 Versarien is anything but binary and it’s daft to suggest so in my opinion. Those that feel there is a risk to the share price come the 30th June have already derisked so it’s already largely priced in. I think it’s highly unlikely that the China investment (or licensing contract) is delayed. If it is, however, then I think it’s pretty reasonable that an extension is granted to the terms given the extraordinary circumstances with the world effectively shutting down over the last 3 months. MM might play a little but any dip will be short lived as the risk mitigators will pile back in. It’s the share price reaction they are concerned about not the company and it’s prospects, which will all remain. Furthermore, we have seen with our own eyes now some very promising developments with the Chinese over the past 6 months and recently with the Winsun connection. Conversely and more probably, if the investment lands on the 30th as I expect then the price will go nuts as all those who derisked will be piling back in. As a long term investor, it makes little difference to me and I’m going to enjoy the show.
11/6/2022
15:29
bbmsionlypostafter mk2: This one got a genuine laugh out loud from me. Naturally, the mugs lap it up. Usually it's the same mugs who post over & over in support of the brilliant leadership of NR & the fantastic strides VRS is taking selling boatloads of what used to be the world's only verified graphene. Eventually they wise up or the wife cuts their investing balls off or they realise they've been had, sell at a loss & disappear. That is not the case this time. DLholder's posted only a hand full of times & this is his last post. Dozens more posts TDIH 2020 but none come close to this level of ramping stupidity. This Day In History 11.06.2020 - superg's thread where insiders post. DLholder 11 Jun '20 - 07:39 - 103815 of 136760 0 91 0 Perhaps I have misinterpreted previous information but I cannot understand how it would be possible for an RNS to be issued on any aspect of the tremendous developments in China and their global implications such as the 1.5 million homes in the UAE in advance of the completion of the 15% share purchase by the investors to be sheparded by YG which is the necessary precursor to the start of operations with the PRC. This is because VRS do not have a licence to operate in China but the Beijing Versarien Technology company does so until the BVT Company starts operations either as a JV with YG or on its own having paid its £1 for the privilege there is nothing material for VRS to announce. However, once the closing date for investment bids is reached as at 30th June we will know shortly thereafter whether NR’s reserve price has been reached which will determine whether it is the JV between YG and BVT or the BVT Co on its own that will enter into contract with Winsun and only then will an RNS be possible. I am confident that investors will be clambering over the top of each other to win this opportunity to share in the massive revenues and profits that will be generated within the PRC in meeting the obligations of the national strategy to renew the decaying built infrastructure with long lived efficient replacement together with the massive revenues and profits available across the rest of the world such as printing 1.5 million houses in the UAE and potentially Printing the new City of Neom. With proven efficiencies and economies Winsun will be a major disruptive force in the global construction sector, the Chinese investors know this and see that the BVT co is the key to global success. Thinking forward to June 21 in addition to the massive revenues that would flow from Winsun contracts VRS will have substantial financial reserves as a consequence of the third instalment of the funds for the 25 million shares from the new investors together with the Lanstead funds at many multiples of the strike price. Investors within the PRC will be making their own assessment of the future value in determining their bids they will have no interest in the pre commercialised share price which will be irrelevant to their future returns. The complete disassociation between the future potential share price and historic values allows there to be a self fulfilling prophecy of future value. I can envisage the bids for the 25 million shares being in the region of or greater than £3 which would result in VRS holding circa £100 million in reserves at June 21 combining the funds From the 25 million shares with the funds from Lanstead at many multiples of the base price. This is potentially a massive understatement when you understand that China want Their 20 other Graphene industrial parks to be producing VRS quality via 5G remote operational practice. At 20 times the scale of the initial operation and with no investment costs to establish factories and distribution networks once fully operational the share price might well be then scaled up by the same multiplier. NR told us - that there was delays as things had just got bigger and bigger but that LTHs will be well rewarded. We are now just getting the first glimpse of the implications of his words requiring that we recalibrate our thinking to embrace the scale of the future operations and the scale of the benefit we will receive. NR and the team have redefined management excellence and we are incredibly fortunate to be the end beneficiaries of their endeavours. GLALTH
07/6/2022
12:10
bbmsionlypostafter mk2: Sp just under 50p. Shavian, has Cowie forgiven you? Just goes to show how efficient, professional & effective the VRS Ramping Machine was back in 2018/19, even sucking in experienced financial journalists. Ramper members of the VRS Family should be ashamed of themselves. This Day In History 07.06.2020 ewads 7 Jun '20 - 10:43 - 103402 of 136647 0 14 0 Ian Cowie today in ST:- Re his fund Ian's clangers (of which he has many!):- 'Versarien, the Chelttenham-based maker of the wonder material graphene,continues to promise great things, but deliver rather less. I originally invested 1% of the forever fund and 73% of that has now disappeared. I intend to retain the remainder as a reminder to beware of investing in dreams.' At least he's retained a holding Alchemy 7 Jun '20 - 12:57 - 103406 of 136647 0 1 0 We encouraged him. Is no-one updating him? So he’s disgruntled and we all think we’re days away from a whoosh. Odd situation n’est-ce pas? Google translation = ain’t it ? Alchemy 7 Jun '20 - 14:54 - 103409 of 136647 0 1 1 More questioning . So in the next fortnight we think , most of us, that our thoughts will prove ahead of that of a Sunday Times financial journalist? richgrumpa 7 Jun '20 - 18:07 - 103411 of 136647 0 11 0 I suspect that this financial journalist has done about as much proper investigation into Versarien as any other financial journalist.... Shavian 7 Jun '20 - 18:31 - 103412 of 136647 0 19 0 Not so, RichGrumpa. Ian did quite a bit of digging between July 2018 (when I introduced him to VRS and he first spoke with Neill) and early October when he actually bought his shares. share price had meanwhile risen from under a quid to about 177p when he eventually bought in. Just in time for the long slide to begin - ouch! I’m hoping he will forgive me in a few weeks time when his purchase value is fully restored! I’ve regularly fed him updates from our VRS family research, so I’m glad he’s held onto his shares, I suspect not quite for the reason he gave in the ST this morning! PS: Jointer and IKN many thanks for some wonderfully encouraging research
01/6/2022
18:35
bbmsionlypostafter mk2: Motley Fool comes out with a strong 'wait' on VRS investment (like every other article ever published not paid for by VRS) & RogerTheGrouch has a busy day posting stupidity, including the classic line, "We like to shuffle in the 30s but dance through the 40s". Https://www.fool.co.uk/2021/06/01/why-did-the-versarien-vrs-share-price-jump-last-week/ This Day In History 01.06.2021 - superg's thread RogerTheGrouch 1 Jun '21 - 10:55 - 121588 of 136493 0 14 0 Things starting to perk up. Hope everyone had a splendid long weekend. Weather was a dream! RogerTheGrouch 1 Jun '21 - 11:34 - 121592 of 136493 0 12 0 Fool UK is a bit of a shady enterprise. Its a shame really but I think it just needs to mirror the corrupt nature of the UK market. I wouldn't put it passed them to state that they will wait a bit before investing, encouraging the market to hold off so they load up on the cheap. This works when opportunities require a fair bit of analysis and research. The market is inherently lazy and thus misses opportunities. RogerTheGrouch 1 Jun '21 - 11:57 - 121594 of 136493 0 19 0 We like to shuffle in the 30s but dance through the 40s Sentiment is returning, the sun is shining, the clock is ticking RogerTheGrouch 1 Jun '21 - 11:59 - 121595 of 136493 0 17 0 "However, these royalty agreements are not the end of the story. Graphene Lab has also purchased a 15% stake in Versarien’s South Korean subsidiary, consequently flooding the balance sheet with an additional £1.93m of cash. With a nice boost of liquidity to hand and two new expense-free revenue streams, I’m not surprised to see the VRS share price take off" Don't invest yet though, let me load up first ;-
01/6/2022
12:39
bbmsionlypostafter mk2: An outstanding contribution from two clowns today, evergreen8 & Neill Ricketts. Eg8 hasn't posted since 29 May 2020, could we have a minute's silence in memory of his farcical ramps here? Many now LTHs here wish NR had stopped posting ramps on twitter earlier so they could have avoided this debacle. NR gets frivolous on twitter, while mug money will self destruct in 5.4.3.2.1 ..................... This Day In History 01.06.02019 - superg's ramping thread. rogerbridge 1 Jun '19 - 08:23 - 69868 of 121586 0 14 0 I am very confident going forward. The USA operation seems to be in full flow with Patrick really delivering and I am as certain as I can be that orders will come in a matter of months once testing is completed on the various collaborations he has set up. We are on the cusp and I feel certain that Neill and the team will put the naysayers and doubters plus those short to bed in the not too distant future. Well done to those long termers and those new to VRS for taking advantage of the current share price. joeblogg 21 Jun '19 - 09:21 - 69874 of 121586 0 11 0 VRS is the only verified producer and on scale which took a considerable time to achieve!!!DTi are backing VRS to achieve huge orders which will boost uk plc, just wish others media and unscrupulous sheets start backing it instead of knocking!!!! NoPedigree 1 Jun '19 - 11:11 - 69877 of 121586 0 1 0 What is this all about, Neill Twitter. #operationseesaw anticipated date for operation end of June, subject to external factors. Mission briefing to follow. This message will self destruct in 5.4.3.2.1 ..................... Festario 1 Jun '19 - 11:29 - 69878 of 121586 0 4 3 Twitter nonsense, for you all to lap up and tie yourself in knots guessing what it means. evergreen8 1 Jun '19 - 13:10 - 69881 of 121586 0 19 1 Matheus7777 - We already have MOUs with other provinces who will build the factories, provide the working capital and manufacture and distribute the VRS product range. There are circa 20 provinces spoken of to date as potentially following this business model which from their point of view ensures that they have secured robust supply chains for the materials that will underpin their national plan. China has set out plans to rebuild their national transport infrastructure, to build new smart cities and in the MIC 2025 state directed industrial plan they intend to channel government support and subsidies toward the development of Chinese companies to control not just Chinese markets, but also global ones. The plan’s focus on 10 key sectors, including robotics, artificial intelligence, and energy-efficient cars. They plan factory cities manufacturing innovative goods appropriate to a society that will take full advantage of the 4th industrial revolution and to supply those goods to the rest of the world. There are many hundreds of graphite based material manufacturers in China but only the VRS product has been given approval. It would appear that the VRS product range is viewed in Beijing as a prerequisite to the attainment of their national objective. The previous law in China, prior to earlier this year, required the transfer of IP to the Chinese state for any non national manufacturing within China. The Law has now Turned this 180 degrees to guarantee IP protection for foreign based manufacturers. While the new law has already been passed recent publications have the law coming into effect early 2020. Thanks to the uk government involvement in the negotiations in China it would be reasonable to view VRS as being able to make a very considerable contribution to the UK economy and the net wealth of its shareholders
30/5/2022
19:01
bbmsionlypostafter mk2: This Day In History 30.05.2020 - superg's stupid people's thread owenga 30 May '20 - 13:07 - 102909 of 136405 0 24 0 China is all going on in the background. China want VRS graphene. And it’s going to happen! The RNSs will start flying shortly! Alchemy 30 May '20 - 14:17 - 102910 of 136405 0 1 0 Crumbs Bobsworth 30 May '20 - 14:20 - 102911 of 136405 0 23 0 Despite what the blatant naysayers say its good to see the majority of VRS shareholders are still holding on tight here as we all await the imminent China news! I think Neill & Chris were very canny to offer the BVT JV Subscription in three separate 5% tranches! By doing so it allows them to negotiate a subscription price that is much higher than the current share price. As the subscription price will set at just one overall price so subscribers know what they will be paying over all, the subscription price will be set by Neill & Chris to reflect the likely rise in share price when the 2nd & 3rd 5% tranches are released. This means the subscription price can be justifiably set at a much higher price to the current share price! A share price example: £0.60 (1st 5%), £1.20 (2nd 5%) & £2.40 (3rd 5%) = average share price of £1.40 = subscription price. NB! £0.60 was the share price shortly after announcing a signed China JV agreement! With June nearly upon us now and time needed to allow subscriptions to be completed by the 30th June it will not be long now before we get that confirmation of a full subscription for all the BVT subscription shares. GLA brassneck2 30 May '20 - 14:25 - 102912 of 136405 0 37 0 This is the standout part for me: The Sino-British Graphene Industrial Park is a joint venture between the global graphene market leader Versarien and the Jinan High-tech Zone Management Committee ...Versarien UK...has the world ’s leading graphene preparation technology. Seems that Airbus, Rolls Royce, AECOM, MAS, Unilever and many others agree with that extract. It may be taking longer than most of us would want but there is no doubt it is getting there. No one looks at Arm or Apple or Amazon now and says they took a year or so longer than I expected to dominate their sector. mavfav 30 May '20 - 15:12 - 102914 of 136405 0 26 0 That’s what stood out to me Versarien UK...has the worlds leading graphene preparation technology. That’s not me saying it. That’s not Neill saying it. That’s not the NGA saying it That’s not the Graphene council either That’s not any here saying it That is China saying that Now I guess you can only get that accolade if you have had that independently tested by the NPL and the Chinese equiv I know nooothing
30/5/2022
13:13
bbmsionlypostafter mk2: Apologies, I know it's a long one today but there were >120 posts made & it's hard to whittle down any of these crackers, such as: evergreen8 "I have for all my years enjoyed momentary flights of fancy of financial security and indeed abundance when less tightly tethered to reality. Thanks to NR and the team at VRS I now view these circumstances as matters of certainty..." ellissj "Great poddy from neill. All on track. The Stand out for me : the exponential growth - 12 mos ago a uk company. Now a Global company :) thx neill and co. " This Day In History 30.05.2019 - superg's thread for the deluded sheep. SoilderBoy 30 May '19 - 08:20 - 69703 of 136389 0 3 7 All you loyal share holders (i am locked in big time) still need orders along the way. Eventually the tecknology will be coming out the back door of China in bucket loads. The company needs to develop a steady cash flow more subsrantial than present to build on. We need orders! squire007 30 May '19 - 08:38 - 69707 of 136389 0 6 0 Intraday RNS's are the game now ............ tick tock. ;-) pshevlin 30 May '19 - 08:47 - 69709 of 136389 0 8 0 "Intraday RNS's are the game now".....Yep, short sellers and traders need to be worried now that the US is fully involved. Could be a LOT of RNS' coming in the afternoon here. rainbow23 30 May '19 - 09:04 - 69717 of 136389 0 2 1 Another nice drop today. A few more collabs should see the share price at 70p. spid81 30 May '19 - 09:58 - 69722 of 136389 0 5 2 Congratulations Neill, Patrick & VRS on securing another Collaboration Agreement. I was a little shocked to see how tiny BP's revenues are, surely this has to be a mistake? or is this the reason why it was a RNS reach? I personally think VRS would have been better or empolying another CFO or material scientist over Patrick, VRS is quickly stacking up collaboration agreements, with little or no technical staff do work these collaboration agreements. Patrick is certainly #crushing the collabs with tiny companies, Https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%21AAvptXXH5wz5mw0&cid=B781E949DDEFB3BF&id=B781E949DDEFB3BF%212852&parId=root&o=OneUp pshevlin 30 May '19 - 10:04 - 69724 of 136389 0 4 0 One or two on here trying to massage the share price down for their own reasons. Spid filtered "I was a little shocked to see how tiny BP's revenues are" From tiny acorns? Remember what Neill said about small companies being much faster to adapt and get product to market. rainbow23 30 May '19 - 10:06 - 69726 of 136389 0 1 0 Another thrashing today. Must be time for another reassuring hot air tweet from Ricketts. mjatkin82 30 May '19 - 10:35 - 69733 of 136390 0 20 1 Roger that Mike. Those who take time to review what is being built here rather than the preoccupation of getting a deal, will appreciate the vast opportunity and value in their investment. Do you really want the team to stop sowing the field to give you an ear of corn now causing them to miss next year’s harvest? And just so you can chew on a cob to feed you impatient hunger pang? Wait for the harvest and enjoy the feast when it arrives. rainbow23 30 May '19 - 11:41 - 69743 of 136390 0 2 2 IF VRS was a horse it would have been put down long ago. evergreen8 30 May '19 - 15:03 - 69761 of 136390 0 32 1 Excellent podcast today. Good to hear that China is on track as are the five majors. Also good to hear that Brexit and the USA/china contretemps is viewed to be of little consequence to the attainment of the strategic objectives and timespans. NR has confirmed that the completion of the China deal will be prior to the September AGM at which point I would suspect that VRS will no longer be viewed by the IIs and other large scale investors as a long odds investment to be kept on the watch list but instead be viewed as a hot odds favourite for rapid and sustainable growth. When the RNS announcing the completion of the China deal hits the market VRS should as a consequence of the phase change in invest-ability, no longer result in a short lived rise in the share price of a few pence it should benefit from a sustained increase of the share price by a number of multiples. Being less than three months from now, the expectation of this substantial rise in the share price would be justification for resolutely holding on its own but then factor in the subsequent impact of each of the major deals that are also expected in the near term in addition the the many 2nd tier deals with shorter lead times and the compound effect on the share price becomes potentially record breaking. Against this backdrop I cannot conceive of any shareholder with any level of background knowledge of VRS willingly selling. I have for all my years enjoyed momentary flights of fancy of financial security and indeed abundance when less tightly tethered to reality. Thanks to NR and the team at VRS I now view these circumstances as matters of certainty, I simply do not know the time spans or the ultimate scale. Could not be happier - GLALTH VRS was a horse it would have been put down long ago. joeblogg2 30 May '19 - 15:47 - 69770 of 136390 0 13 0 The market and other investors completely out of touch with what is being built here but they will soon and then be paying a lot, lot more!!! rogerbridge 30 May '19 - 15:49 - 69771 of 136390 0 16 0 With USA now picking up with Patrick at the helm, expect intro or 7am rns’s on any day. This is going to be tricky to trade rather than the predicted trading range. I too will be sleeping easy knowing that the team is Looking after my SIPP and ISA’s I am expecting plenty of excitement over the coming months. rogerbridge 30 May '19 - 16:01 - 69777 of 136390 0 19 0 You will be desperate before too long. Not ramping, just confident that VRS have amazing products, brilliantly lead team of experts at the top of their game all working hard but also smart. With Patrick on the case anything could happen and any of the 5 Big ones could drop at any time. I am sleeping easy, I do not mind if you are not. Enjoy the weekend folks. ellissj 30 May '19 - 20:50 - 69798 of 136390 0 20 0 Great poddy from neill. All on track. The Stand out for me : the exponential growth - 12 mos ago a uk company. Now a Global company :) thx neill and co. aimo. Best ellis.
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