EnQuest is up over 50% since I tipped it, but it offers a great leveraged play on the oil price so I would continue to hold
With “the number of active engagements increased significantly in the year and currently stands at around 100”, an AGM statement from Applied Graphene Materials (AGM) emphasises “the board remains pleased with the progress that the group is making towards the commercialisation of its products and proprietary technologies… Following on from our initial production orders the business secured additional production orders”. Sounds encouraging…
On September 15 2017 I explained why the folks who run Applied Graphene Materials (AGM) were slam dunk proven liars and predicted a bailout placing. Hey ho. Vindication did not take long. Today we are told that there is a book build on a placing to raise £9 million + at a minimum of just 36p with a £1 million open offer also planned. The shares have crashed by 23p to just 40p bid. Another win for the Sheriff.
Companies that tell lies to investors are ones that should be avoided like the plague. If you pick a company up on one lie the odds are that there are stacks of others going undetected. That brings me to Applied Graphene Materials (AGM) where I will demonstrate a slam dunk lie. Then we will turn to its looming cash crisis.
We have an interesting share chart in many ways as far as Applied Graphene Materials (AGM) is concerned, something which is said in the wake of the recent relatively choppy share price action in the post April period.
Although I am not yet an expert on Graphene, the concept and what it could do for companies with a business model built around appear to be quite enticing. That said, until the middle of last month the experience for bulls of Applied Graphene Materials was clearly not a great one.
It would appear that Graphene is something of a miracle substance. In the end it will be surprising if at some point in the near future this material which apparently is an allotrope of carbon, did not help cure everything from the common cold to baldness.
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