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
  -0.20 -1.9% 10.30 2,525,863 16:28:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
10.10 10.50 10.90 10.10 10.90
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 6.57 -8.07 -4.45 20
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:28:03 O 20,000 10.35 GBX

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Posted at 07/12/2022 07:34 by shammytime
Amazing that jointer continues to push this junk stock. The wording of their statements just screams desperation and straw clutching. Read the RNS and contains words like focus on, hope, etc. It has been around 4 years since Ricketts pumped the share price to 180p (with the help of a stuttering buffoon). Never forget, he was encouraging people to buy at that level!He has taken everyone for a ride, a master fleece merchant. In the meantime, he has got himself a new bit of fluff, an Aston Martin and has generally lived the high life.VRS is nothing but an R and D operation now. They will continue surviving with grants, loans, etc. If they somehow manage to develop a commercial product, Ricketts has already signed it away to Korea in exchange for magic beans. That is the only reason they still have presence in China. He has played you all.
Posted at 06/12/2022 13:07 by antoniogramschi
Dear whatsthepoint - no one is laughing. I invested in VRS too. I've lost money. I don't invest to lose money, but to make money. The market determines the share price not me and not those who are finally fed up.
Posted at 06/12/2022 13:01 by jaknife

For ultimate irony.

Just over two years ago now Whatsthepoint wrote to the organiser of an online investment event to try and get me sacked from that event because I was going to be presenting the bear opinion that evening on Versarien (VRS).

The share price then was 36p!

Common sense prevailed and I went on to highlight what an awful business Versarien was and what an outright SELL it was.

Supposedly the loon was going to write to the FCA to complain.

So stupid that he can't see what's immediately right in front of his face!


Posted at 05/12/2022 07:12 by bones698
No news at all really . They have pushed back payments for a year but the cash position now still means they need to raise funds in the very near future and most likely at a big discount to the current shatepeice . Why anyone would buy now knowing this is silly .
The share price is dropping again in anticipation imo

The news shows that vrs won't be making profits for some time and be able to pay back it's loans and cover it's losses for your years . I'd be worried holding knowing what's coming

Posted at 04/12/2022 17:49 by terry topper
'IIs want to know management are incentivised and aligned which they are.'
There are no IIs.
If there were, one of the first questions at a meeting would relate to management's share holdings, specifically the failure to ever add at market prices.
VRS has relentlessly talked positively about its prospects in every interim or final results statement for years now. A simple question would be ' were positive and optimistic when the share price was 180p. You appear to still be equally positive and optimistic with a share price that is now 90% lower. Why on earth are you not filling your boots at these levels? And why do you expect others to buy when you have not bought any shares for years?'
Diane Savory does not count - a new NED is expected to buy some shares - a rough rule of thumb is to invest around one year's Directors fees.

Posted at 01/12/2022 10:57 by bbmsionlypostafter mk2
Please feel free to correct me if I've made a mistake.

The innovate loan is now fully drawn down & exhausted.

The 36 principal repayments of £138,000 per month begin in March 2024, 16 mths from now. Half the 7.4% interest is deferred until principal repayments begin, so early in 2024 VRS will have a bill due every month of over £150K.

How will VRS repay it?


As announced on 1 July 2020, the Loan was to become available for drawdown in eight quarterly tranches, following the completion of normal commercial security arrangements. The Company can confirm that the relevant security documentation was successfully completed and it has now received GBP1.96 million, being the first instalment of the Loan. As agreed, the Company can drawdown the remaining instalments every three months over the next 21-month period.

Posted at 28/11/2022 08:36 by alchemy
A Real Goer?

Some weeks ago I thought that if VRS is a“goer”, and I’m now reasonably sure it is, it’s worth more than 22million. So, I added a few.

Now I have to ask myself, is it worth more than 40 million or so? And so on as / if we continue to climb to the broker’s estimate of 35p and we have to “justify”; a marcap of £70 million, and even more if looking for rises after that. I will return to the“even more” towards the end of this.

I also said some time ago when we were in 11 to 12p territory that I would like it to rise without reason, since then no RNS. Knowledge and therefore perception of this share could change very quickly. For example if an RNS with a concrete supplier said they were using our sauce. I also recall correctly saying our revenue was tidgy. It may remain so at the next results but still worth holding these because of the developments since September 30th. 2022. Or, if the results are so indifferent, a sell off.

We have a trickle of innovations - it looks as if the promise of ten developments is coming good. Trickle is a neutral term and is not used here pejoratively.

“Nanene” is now being used in America, a big country, to make a real product and some people will be buying it. And ,with a nod to the famous “Intel inside”strapline, it features Nanene on the tin. It probably does what it says on the tin too!

I’ve been burned by many AIM stock so I must be careful.

This section following was a response to the person who said the lube contract was worth a tenner. It was very thought provoking. So thanks.

Older people will rejoice we now have an “ology”. If I recall the word correctly we are now in tribology. (Friction reduction?).

Tribology - Wikipedia

Tribology vehicles - Search
I see Bearings make up a big field. They continue into EVs, all EVs have wheel bearings.
And I’ve just been reminded in conversation some motorbikes have chains. .

That, tribology, with material, as in clothing, building and surfacing, as in cement and non-cement-cement and that’s a trio of unicorns. Or is it?

We, VRS, are in more than one very promising area. Gnanomat also sounds promising. But, as said, I have invested in a number of AIM promising stocks. So it’s the start or revenue flows with big players I’m looking for.

The numbers. Numbers there aren’t sufficient. Those there are negative.

The last results had a large MoD component.
Else the revenue let alone the contribution was tidgy.

Will the revenue remain so ? The investment world looks ahead, but to what?

Modelling VRS for Investment.


Let’s see if we have some revenue sources that could make a contribution of 500k per annum. By the end of say two to three years, and be visible to plausibly forecast by September 2024.

By each heading a weighting.

The weighting is just a personal indicator of what might happen mid term in the way of financial boost. And how likely in say 18 months a contribution of 500k is. You will have your own.

MoD Clothing, 2 upwards
MoD Building, 4 upwards
Clothing, shoes 1
Clothing vests etcetera 1
3D printing 4 Have you seen the video?
Gnanomat 1
Tribology 1
Port side 1
Lightweighting cars 1
Batteries 1
Concrete. Via a major for building contractor . 2
Tarmac/Asphalt Successor. Road surfaces. 2
Mortar additive 3
Airbus 1
South Korea 2
Rolls Royce 1

That’s 30! We need circa 12 for a maiden profit

How many companies have so many sectors segments of interest?
All could be huge.


I'd be really, really, happy for VRS to raise £60 million through a 40p raise of 150 million shares.
Why is that?
Well imagine a second facility in Europe
A third in the US
And, roll of drums, even a third in, where, Glossop?

With at least three more Robotic 3D Printers of enhanced specification.

And we would have a stronger balance sheet for the customers, real and potential to see.


I think I read, but can’t confirm, that an Aussie Outfit was raising $60 million for Graphene based battery product.
There will be may aspirants , So you have to work our standing in the mix,

The Technical Bit: Charts

We’ve smashed through the 15 day moving average, the 50 day is just moving up the 200 still falling but the price is above it.

The bear in me says “so what?” the bull says a Golden Cross is in formation.

This promise was also seen in Jan 21 ~ and faded so ask yourself what has fundamentally changed?

The factory
The Umbro deal
3d Printing

Does the Share Price Hike itself signal something we poor ordinary ratings beneath the salt don’t know?

Unicorn Candidate?

A post over the weekend said he wasn’t adding but that he thought this would be a Unicorn in five years.


Monitor this closely and try to think what might drive investors to invest and it may be, just maybe, you’re seeing a Unicorn Egg hatch.

If you are I give it around four years

Posted at 27/11/2022 13:05 by matheus7777
Great to see some positive sentiment returning over the last month, with the share price showing very welcome and steady upward momentum. Products beginning to hit the shelves seems to be giving the wider community the reassurance needed that the company is showing the green shoots of commercialisation. One look at any social media format will show VRS getting plugged left right and centre, which now includes trademarks on retail websites. The company is starting to attract attention with a significant uptick in external commentary, and out of the blue we have a new champion in none other than the winner of Big Brother 1. Now a TV presenter fronting the Mr and Mrs DIY show, Craig Phillips has uploaded a video to his 40k Twitter following, which covers Versarien, their factory and machinery, and his new 3D printed wall. His enthusiasm for the process and product is hard to miss! So the last week brings a new product to market, a chain lubricant for high end bikes. Getting a foot in the door of the lubricant market could open up a lot of opportunities, especially if, like the new hot wax, lubricants primed with advanced materials can improve energy efficiency. And with the global lubricant market currently standing at over $100 billion, a new lubricant range that reduces the carbon footprint is perfectly on point. Much to look forward to here, not least in the welcome turnaround of the SP! GLA
Posted at 21/11/2022 07:06 by 1teepee
Superdrys 3 year share price chart looks almost identical to the Vrs 3 year share price chart.
Posted at 16/11/2022 05:58 by 1teepee
What's the fest predictions for Vrs share price for the next 5 years?
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