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XSG Xeros Technology Group Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Xeros Technology Group Plc LSE:XSG London Ordinary Share GB00BMGYBJ57 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 1.40 1.35 1.45 1.40 1.40 1.40 5,710 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Industrial Patterns 164k -6.93M -0.0459 -0.31 2.11M
Xeros Technology Group Plc is listed in the Industrial Patterns sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker XSG. The last closing price for Xeros Technology was 1.40p. Over the last year, Xeros Technology shares have traded in a share price range of 1.25p to 4.15p.

Xeros Technology currently has 150,982,535 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Xeros Technology is £2.11 million. Xeros Technology has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -0.31.

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Interesting investor presentation yesterday and a potential multibagger from here. Did anyone else listen in? Okay, so they have fallen a long way and consumed huge amount of cash in the past but they are a different beast now with a new operating model. They seem to have the best micro plastic filtration solution that's out there, an easy to understand licensing model and rising demand for their products backed by structural changes and regulatory pressures. I can see them in their niche becoming a market leader that throws off a lot of cash a few years down the line. They are well funded too so de-risked in terms of further dilution (...I hope).
A quick reading shows all good, although of course patience will be needed given the situation in India.
Good to see reduction in cash burn.
I see that current trading is in line with the Board's expectations, whatever they are.

I see the detractors know better than the 70% combined holding by Institutional Investors> How clever must those detractors be? My bet is that most who frequent this board have a pretty good idea!
new name but same adolescent cobblers. Had to filter that one too.
Very erudite.Meanwhile Xeros is a machine that HAS , IS ,and ALWAYS WILL BE a machine that haemorrhage s cash , generally into directors pockets , and will continue too until it goes bust.
CNPC etc :- Just to point out that the current and recently appointed (1/1/2020) Chairman spent £1.25m of his own money on shares less than 12 months ago and hasn't sold a single one. Thats putting quite a lot of his own money where his mouth is. His actions contradict every accusation you have typed (badly) in the three posts of yours that I could be bothered reading.

I won't be wasting one more second of my time reading any of your adolescent drivel. Filter buttons are wonderful things, I would encourage everyone to use them.

Very erudite.Meanwhile Xeros is a machine that has , is ,and always will be a machine that haemorrhage s cash , generally into directors pockets , and will continue too until it goes bust.
So what you're saying is.
That for some reason you had to stop posting as Chicago Jack and have now reinvented your sad little self, as CNPC etc.

judge grinder
Worth a punt in my view - took a very risky bet just over a year ago just under 1p before consolidation so just under 100p. Traded it a few times but missed the placing at 0.35p but you cannot get them alright.

It is still a huge bet but I couldn’t resist topping up just over 7,000 shares before close. Yes a gamble but worth it.

I expected a fund raise as in theory the cash would run out around August. Last year the placing was before the results but much earlier than expected so missed the potential by not selling and buying back. Again this time earlier than I expected but very happy with the price. Can see it doubling easily within 3 months so worth a bash in my view but I must agree, a large risk involved but it is just a trade for me. But so was it over a year ago but I couldn’t see a reason to sell on the basis of why I took the gamble.

Hmm - I take a different interpretation to the fund raise.

First, an existing institution is taking up the fund raise which shows they have continued faith in the LT plan here.

Second, the discount is approx 1% to open market price. Compare this to April last year when the discount was 33%. That is a huge difference whether you agree or disagree with the actual fund raise and again, another vote of confidence in the fund raise.

Three. Yes, the price has weakened these last few weeks, but show me a stock that hasn't. Looking at shares traded in the last few weeks, the volumes don't support a large seller in the market.

I see this as a long term punt BUT if the tech works in removing microplastics from the food chain, then I'm happy to let this play out. Upside could be multiplies. Downside is 100% - which for me is a decent risk reward play.

How do you work that out SupeArich?
oversubscribed already

judge grinder
Those in the know have probably already shorted Xeros down to, yes you've guessed it 240p !What a crooked market Aim is.
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