This time last year we were enjoying the lack of restrictions due to Covid, if only for a few days, and so much has changed over the last year. Or perhaps not. So, what has happened over the last year in the alternative energy sector. Was I right in my views that an unfrocking could occur? And what does 2022 hold for this bunch of losers?
I do not name the company but the dossier is one one of the journalists here. It concludes that he has done nothing wrong but it goes through utterly uncalled for very personal details about him, his world view, his girl friend, his work and more. It made my skin crawl and the company that spunked £40,000 on this document should be utterly ashamedof itself. I have put in a call and let it know that behaving like this towards one of our journalists is asking for a lot of trouble. It is repellant and I am on the warpath. I then look at theSP Angel/Union Jack Oil (UJO) scandal, at Nanosynth (NNN), Powerhouse (PHE) explaining the RNS/RNS Reach issue in full.Finally I discuss Skinbiotherapeutics (SBTX).
I start with the tale of the psychic PR man and Edge VCT. Then I look at Wildcat Petroleum (WCAT), Powerhouse Energy (PHE) and Supply@ME Capital (FRAUD). We live in a world that is truly bonkers. Then I ask if Avon Protection (AVON) shares have fallen too far on today’s, admittedly bad, news
The finances of sleazy Tim Yeo are already known to be utterly ropey so how long will it be before he is forced to dump his remaining shares in Powerhouse Energy (PHE) the ramp where he was resigned as chairman this summer after being branded as a liar who breached his fiduciary duty by a High Court judge. It gets worse as you can see in the costs order below.
To lose one NED might be understandable but to lose four, a chairman and a CEO within a year issurely an indication of more than carelessness?
In this podcast ona shortened work day thanks to a still stick Jayarani, I give the five reasons why I sold all my remaining MyHealthChecked (MHC) today. I look at Mercantile Ports and Logistics (MPL), Sosandar (SOS), Powerhouse Energy (PHE), Simec Atlantic Energy (SAE) – well done Peter Brailey – and finally as the economic illiteracy of Boris Johnson as the Tories screw the poor in an inflationary world they only make worse.
Tomorrow, I shall tell you about a young man in despair, naming no names but what it says about this country. Today, I look at Powerhouse Energy (PHE) options and warrants, Zoltav Resources (ZOL), Sensyne (SENS), Supply@ME Capital (SYME), Parsley Box (MEAL), Deepverge (DVRG) and Chill Brands (CHLL).
I receive an invitation to an online pot conference. More signs this sector is hot and thus one I shall avoid. I mention Chill Brands (CHLL) which is not hot and which could see its shares suspended by Friday. I discuss why the Tiger Royalties (TIR) portfolio is toxic and could implode. Surely its Nomad Roland “fatty” Cornish can peer over his ever expanding belly and see the danger? I discuss en passant Go Ahead (GOG) and in more detail interims from Powerhouse Energy (PHE). Then to why HEIQ (HEQ) numbers today are so dripping in red flags as yet another recent IPO ( 10 months ago) comes crashing down.
I make three excuses for a short bearcast all of them equally valid and then serve up a normal length bearcast after all covering ennui and self delusion setting in at Chill Brands (CHLL), my ancient memories of Anglesey Mining (AYM) and why you should not believe a word that it says and the most excellent expose by Peter Brailey of Powerhouse Energy (PHE) which we published today.
Both Tom Winnifrith and I have commented on the corporate goings on at Powerhouse Energy (PHE) often and over a long time. We can and should comment on all the questionable activities to inform investors. Pierolunaire commented earlier this week how it is not always possible to drill into the techy detail of all companies. I agree with that, but if you work in this area, rather than being a professional spouter of pomposity, then it is possible.
Powerhouse Energy (PHE) today issued a release to clarify media speculation about a possible tie up with Hydrogen Utopia (HUI) and Linde. Really. Maybe that was prompted by HUI issuing its own release yesterday HERE. So much for everybody playing by LSE listing rules.
So we start with the corporate demise of sleazy ex Tory MP Tim Yeo. Here’s hoping that bankruptcy and complete humiliation follow on soon. It seems our resident in-house cheerleader for the establishment, PL, thinks that sleazy Tim should hang onto his shares in Powerhouse Energy (PHE). I explain exactly why he should not.
Maybe, under mounting pressure from myself and others, the regulators have finally forced the hand of Powerhouse Energy (PHE) because at 3.11 PM yesterday it was announced that its chairman, sleazy ex Tory MP Tim Yeo, had “been resigned”. The statement issued was, needless to say, a lie.
In today’s podcast I look at Red Rock Resources (RRR), Powerhouse Energy (PHE), Pensana Rare Earths (PRE), Zoetic (ZOE), Wildcat Petroleum (WCAT) and strange coincidences at Global Petroleum (GBP).
In between visits from two men called Nicho I look at Powerhouse Energy (PHE) & the green bandwagon of fear, Argo Blockchain (ARB), BlueJay Mining (JAY) and the fraud Supply@ME Capital (SYME).
It is my penultimate Sunday in Greece and I consider the idiot Mark Drakeford and special hurdles I face in returning to Wales. I have spent the afternoon poisoning frigana in the snake fields. Photos tomorrow but I discuss that. Then I ask listeners to do a final chip in to raise another £495 to see loathsome pig Neill Ricketts sweating in court. Please donate HERE. Finally, I ask you to send 2 emails to aimregulation@Lseg.com tonight. One on Central Copper Resources and why the IPO must be stopped and one on why sleazy Tim Yeo must be sacked at Powerhouse Energy (PHE).
Over at Powerhouse Energy (PHE), the chairman is branded a liar by a High Court Judge but because Tim Yeo is a Tory Toff he gets to keep his job. At Verditek (VDTK) – the company that repeatedly announces big contracts to ramp the shares ahead of a placing only for the contracts to evaporate once the mug punters have ponied up, the Tory Toff in charge is Lord David Willetts. Because the good Lord is just the sort of fine fellow to whom we should all doff our cap, normal AIM rules don’t apply.
First up, thanks for all the tenners for Ian Westbrook. We still have two days to hit the £20,000 make loathsome Neill Ricketts sweat target and are now on £14,694. We are still talking to two potentially generous donors so please do keep the tenners flowing HERE to stop the Versarien (VRS) penny share huckster winning by default. Then onto lying on AIM and also covering up bad news with late releases. I look at Supply@ME Capital (SYME), Verditek (VDTK), Powerhouse Energy (PHE), Cellular Goods (CBX), Escape Hunt (ESC) and, of course, the fraud Zoetic (ZOE). The stench of chumocracy corruption is rife in the City as liars go unpunished. It is most depressing.
Yet again I have been thanked by the regulator for exposing cooked PLC books. Not that this will stop BBMs from defaming me in all the usual ways but those who count know we matter. So I discuss Eden Research (EDEN) and KPMG. Then there is Peter Brailey’s amazing scoop. Ta Guido for the hat tip (not!) – I discuss Powerhouse Energy (PHE) and Tim Yeo the sleazebag ex Tory MP. Then I turn to Verditek (VDTK) as it misleads again c/o the AIM Shit of the year Richard “Gollum” Gill as his green ponzi bond deadline approaches. Finally there is the fraud Zoetic (ZOE) where my target price remains 0p after today’s dire admission. Add to your shorts.
Its been an interesting day so far, but far more interesting I rather think for Sleazy Tim “Porkies” Yeo. Having exposed him for lying to the High Court, he has delivered his AGM statement in advance of today’s meeting. Looks like shareholders have more to worry about than just Sleazy Porky Tim, with project timetables slipping and no CEO recruited.
Peter Brailey has the scoop on all the nationals. Ex Tory Minister sleazy Tim Yeo has been accused by a judge of lying under oath as he was found guilty of failing to appropriately discharge his fiduciary duties and now bankrupt TMO Renewables.
I wrote in March about Powerhouse Energy (PHE) Chairman Tim Yeo being in court to answer claims related to TMO Renewables Ltd. Not only has he been found guilty of failing to appropriately discharge his fiduciary duties, he was also found by the Judge to have been telling a series of Porkies. With the Judgement handed down on the 20th July how on earth can he remain the Executive Chairman of an AIM listed company or indeed the Director of any listed company?
In today’s podcast, I cover Colin Bird’s latest pointless IPO, African Pioneer (ASP/AFP), Galileo Resources (GLR), Amigo (AMGO), Optibiotix (OPTI), Nightcap (NGHT), Catenae (CTEA), Powerhouse Energy (PHE), Sound Energy (SOU), the fraud Zoetic (ZOE), Harvest Minerals (HMI), and how proud I am of my garden.
Sleazy ex Tory MP Tim Yeo has moved the funding goalposts for the first Protos waste to power plant using the IP of Powerhouse Energy (PHE) and nobody has explained why. But this matters.
I start on the usual subject. Please do donate HERE. Then I discuss a bull market and the bezzle and recent deals that are simply corrupt or wrong or deceptive. The case studies are Live Company (LVCG), Iconic (ICON) and Powerhouse (PHE). Anyone spending 20 minutes on the internet can see for themselves. Only in a raging bull market could folks think they would get away with such nonsense. I comment on the crisis at Bidstack (BIDS) and then analyse today’s trading statement from ADVFN (AFN) and what it means for the battle for the board.
Sleazy ex Tory MP Tim Yeo has another spoof announcement at Powerhouse Energy (PHE) but we are in the late stages of a bull market so, while Yeo is clearly taking the (Greek & Hungarian ) piss, moronic mug punters have lapped it up.
Sometimes I scratch an itch and the developing sore just gets bigger, but I cannot stop. And so it is with Powerhouse Energy and Companies House. So much public domain information with interrelated threads to explore and cogitate. Having found the outstanding mortgage provided to Mr Tim Yeo from Mr Ben White a few days ago, I found myself drawn to looking at another of Mr Yeo’s former companies – TMO Renewables Ltd.
I start with Woodlarks and the daily nag which is now underway: please give generously HERE. Then I commend to you Peter Brailey’s piece on Powerhouse Energy (PHE), sleazy Tim Yeo and VSA Resources and discuss it in more detail. Then I cover MyHealthChecked (MHC), Tungsten (TUNG) and Kanabo (KNB).
I start with Peter Brailey’s excellent piece on Powerhouse Energy (PHE) which I commend to all of you and discuss. Then onto the idea of “not being out ahead of the weekend” – a sign of bull market thinking. Finally, is my Greek Holiday in peril? I fear it is. I despair at this madness and what it will mean for the economy and all of us.
I have commented on Powerhouse Energy (PHE) on a number of occasions, as has Tom Winnifrith. Each time we comment it’s to note yet further red flags of concern. I think it’s worth a recap of some and also to note a further matter that has come to my attention which I think merits consideration. After all some people get all the luck.
I start with a true story. Surely it is a cracking warning of the top of the market. Then onto the fraud Supply@ME Capital (SYME) confirming my scoop. Finally a long discussion on the morality of breaking lock-ins ref Optibiotix (OPTI), Skinbiotherapeutics (SBTX) and Powerhouse Energy (PHE) run by sleazy ex Tory MP Tim Yeo.
Yesterday it was Skinbiotherapeutics (SBTX) which allowed Optibiotix (OPTI) to dump shares less than six months after announcing a firm lock in agreement lasting 12 months. Today it is Powerhouse Energy (PHE) showing that these announcements are utterly meaningless and investors cannot rely on them at all.
AIM-listed Catenae Innovation (CTEA) offered up more than its fair share of RNS Reaches last year and this morning we have another. Remember, and RNS Reach is classified essentially as marketing material, yet the shares are up by a whopping 45% at 2.75p, having climbed as high as 3.15p!
And now from Wales, by just 30 yards, it is my new weekly video show. This costs 99p per episode, and you can either listen to, or watch, some sparky interviews with Staurt Ashman of Skinbiotherapeutics (SBTX) where I am 130% up in seven months but think the shares could 20 bag from here and bear raider Lucian Miers on macro economics his cooling feelings on cold and warming feelings on bitcoin and his big longs and shorts. Then there are a few thoughts on companies you must NOT own, including the latest nonsense from the scallywags at Powerhouse Energy (PHE).You can access the show HERE
I start with the manic activity round at the Welsh Hovel, photos HERE. Then I look at Iconic (ICON), Toople (TOOP), Xaar (XAR) and at Powerhouse Energy (PHE). So much coke and hookers money for all the City boys, but it will end in tears and a diet of cabbage soup for the mug punters.
How do you know when sleazy former Tory MP Tim Yeo is lying? Simple: his lips move. Let me give you an example as, the firm he chairs, Powerhouse Energy (PHE) today raised £10 million at 5.5p, a 35% discount, thanks to bucket shop broker Turner Pope. Whilst it is coke and hookers all round as Turner Pope considers its £500,000 commission, I want you to consider this statement from 9 September 2020:
And now from Wales, by just 30 yards, it is my new weekly video show. This costs 99p per episode, and you can either listen to, or watch, some sparky interviews with Chris Gilbert of Fox Marble (FOX) and Dr Doom David Scott. I discuss averaging down and after news this week Fox is a care case where that is justified. This will – as I explain in thde show – be a multibagger from here. Meanwhile Dr Doom is now a bull. we discuss shares, bonds, real estate, bitcoin and gold in a must listen to interview. Then there are a few thoughts on companies you must NOT own, including Powerhouse Energy (PHE).You can access the show HERE
Having asked for readers tips for 2020 for the prize of 1/2 litre of Tom Winnifrith’s Greek Hovel olive oil (2020 harvest) HERE, the following is the competition result (to be eligible needed to have selected, on a per username basis, a buy & sell pick from the LSE or AIM casino and the stocks not to have been suspended at the commencement of 2020)… and the winner is…
The alternative energy sector is the broad term I use for non-oily & gassy energy listed companies. The sector has been hot all year and starts next year on some spectacular valuations. In many ways all valuations in the sector are bonkers, but which ones are most bonkers? And which companies are wearing Emperor’s new clothes? Here’s my meandering views on 6 leading contenders.
In today’s podcast I look at Powerhouse Energy (PHE), bitcoin, Online Blockchain (OBC) and ADVFN (AFN).
Even when I think a share has the potential to do well, sometimes I’m completely caught out by just how quickly its market cap increases, and that has certainly been the case with Powerhouse Energy (PHE), which has gone on to become one of my best ever tips.
In today’s podcast I look at Powerhouse Energy (PHE), Supply@ME Capital (SYME), Pires Investments (PIRI) and Chris Akers, MyHealthChecked (MHC), Inspirit (INSP), Octagonal (OCT), and Remote Monitored Systems (RMS).
I start with Joshua’s Advent calendar, then talk about what is in store here tomorrow and then cover Zenith Energy (ZEN), Powerhouse Energy (PHE) and Remote Monitored Systems (RMS), arguing that its boss Trevor Brown is a menace who should be barred from being involved with any other AIM Companies for good.
This morning, with shares in Powerhouse Energy (PHE) having surged past 8p yesterday the company was forced by AIM to issue a statement:
I start with Joshua’s Advent calendar and my great uncle the jail bird and end with Christmas news from the Welsh hovel which shows how fecking green I am. In between I look at Hurricane Energy (HUR), Angling Direct (ANG), Cineworld (CINE), Trainline (TRN), Frazers (FRAS), Powerhouse (PHE) and Metro Bank (MTRO).
And now from Wales, by just 30 yards, it is my new weekly video show. This costs 99p per episode, and you can either listen to, or watch, some sparky interviews with Richard Poulden of Wishbone Gold (WSBN) where – no sniggering at the back – there is a case made why this could be a hundred bagger, and bear raider Gabriel Grego on the markets, shorting and on Penumbra, a potential zero. Plus I have a few thoughts on Deepverge (DVRG), pillow talk at dog Powerhouse (PHE and other matters.You can access the show HERE
I start with Joshua’s Advent calendar, Then it is onto tales of boardroom greed and naughtiness at Octagonal (OCT) which is to leave the AIM Cesspit. Based on what I reveal today, where do you think its cash will go? Then it is onto Verditek (VDTK), Bidstack (BIDS) and a second company run by a former Tory MP, Powerhouse Energy (PHE) where the man in charge is sleazy Tim Yeo.
I start with Joshua’s Advent calendar and my problem with the shepherds. Then onto my obsession with my family tree. Axl sadly was a relation by marriage but no more. Then it is onto Anglesy Mining (AYM), today’s miserable interims and why there has to be a Steward’s. Then Powerhouse Energy (PHE), its cash burn and why after 9 days its refusal to answer questions on whether its biggest shareholder has a “young friend” still matter. Finally, more very smelly news from uber smelly Remote Monitoring Systems (RMS), a stand uet sell ever more drowning in red flags.
I discuss day 5 of Joshua’s Advent calendar, companies worth more than £100 million with no or sod all institutional investors and what that means: ref Sound Energy (SOU) before the collapse I oft predicted and Powerhouse Energy (PHE) where the collapse is yet to come, and finally Nigel’s 5 slam dunk sells for 2020 where I fear he will end the year looking like a schmuck.
That put an end to his nursery day halfway through the practice for the Carol service. Anyhow, he is now back here with me and Maddie Moate and recovering. In today’s podcast, I discuss a change of name from Concepta (CPT) to My Health Check (MHC) and Wishbone (WSBN) en passant then am upset that Powerhouse (PHE) is still not answering my questions about related party (no sniggering at the back) transactions. Then, in more detail, DeepVerge (DVRG) and Zoetic (ZOE).
Having asked for readers tips for 2020 for the prize of 1/2 litre of Tom Winnifrith’s Greek Hovel olive oil (2020 harvest) HERE, the following is an update on performance at the end of November (to be eligible needed to have selected, on a per username basis, a buy & sell pick from the LSE or AIM casino and the stocks not to have been suspended at the commencement of 2020). How are the standings with just one month to go?…
In today’s bearcast I look at Concepta (CPT), Novacyt (NCYT), DeepVerge (DVRG) – target 10p – , Supply@ME Capital (SYME) – target 0p – and Powerhouse Energy (PHE)
On November 12 AIM promote Powerhouse Energy (PHE) announced Heads of Terms with Hydrogen Utopia International Limited to license its IP in Poland. This seemed like a validation of its technology but it was not. This is a deception as I established HERE I have today asked Powerhouse two further questions about HUI and this deal. It has declined to answer by the very generous deadline served.
Having looked at the share transactions of Powerhouse Energy (PHE) investor Ben White, the son of Howard White who was a Director of Waste2Tricity, alongside sleazy Tim Yeo at the weekend and concluding Ben White may have been the luckiest investor on the AIM market, I was drawn to look at a few further transactions. In doing so I can only conclude that AFC Energy (AFC) must be the unluckiest corporate investor on AIM.
I start with the therapy my woodshed offers and also a note on Chris Bailey. Then I look at Powerhouse Energy (PHE) and Remote Monitoring Systems (RMS) before considering bitcoin and gold and why I personally have big exposure to the “barbarous relic” and no exposure to crypto.
I was very disappointed and rather surprised to read Fridays RNS that advised Dave Ryan (a fellow Chartered Engineer) was stepping down from the CEO role at Powerhouse Energy (PHE) but was intrigued by the focus on engineering project work, while ditching the corporate side to sleazy Tim Yeo, as Tom Winnifrith commented on earlier. When I come across something like this is makes me wonder if the signs were there and I missed them so I read some back history. What I found I do not like at all, in fact in my book it stinks.
At 3.11 PM on Friday it was announced that David Ryan will step down from his full-time role as Chief Executive Officer of Powerhouse Energy (PHE) on 30 June 2021. Thereafter he will continue to work for Powerhouse as a consultant at an engineering level. But actually change is happening before next June:
Over the weekend, I revealed the second reason why the RNS issued by cash-guzzling AIM Casino promote Powerhouse Energy (PHE) was grossly misleading. I have now written to the Oxymorons at AIM Regulation urging them to force Powerhouse and its shoddy Nomad WH Ireland to issue a full clarification and to face formal censure.
On Thursday I exposed how AIM promote Powerhouse Energy (PHE) had done a deal supposedly worth 100,000 Euro upfront with a company which was in fact just six weeks old and had only £100 to its name. But this con is far far worse as I can reveal today.
In today’s podcast I look at Cineworld (CINE), Trainline (TRN), Novacyt (NCYT), Powerhouse Energy (PHE), Optibiotix (OPTI) and Skinbiotherapeutics (SBTX).
Powerhouse Energy (PHE), the AIM listed green energy ramp run by loathsome ex Tory Minister Tim Yeo of sleaze infamy, has today announced a deal to license its technology in Poland and its shares are racing ahead. But this announcement is a spoof. Do advisers WH Ireland, Turner Pope and Ikon Associates have no shame at all?
Powerhouse Energy (PHE) has issued this morning an RNS Reach which I find mind blowing. It states the company has seen an image of the Peel Environmental site which will include the company’s waste to hydrogen technology in due course.
Having asked for readers tips for 2020 for the prize of 1/2 litre of Tom Winnifrith’s Greek Hovel olive oil (2020 harvest) HERE, the following is an update on performance at the end of October (to be eligible needed to have selected, on a per username basis, a buy & sell pick from the LSE or AIM casino and the stocks not to have been suspended at the commencement of 2020)…
Having meandered through my views on the issues Boris’s increasingly windy policy brings, let me turn to opportunities, or more to the point the paucity in many respects of the opportunities for you and I as mug punters to make money
Having asked for readers tips for 2020 for the prize of 1/2 litre of Tom Winnifrith’s Greek Hovel olive oil (2020 harvest) HERE, the following is an update on performance at the end of September (to be eligible needed to have selected, on a per username basis, a buy & sell pick from the LSE or AIM casino and the stocks not to have been suspended at the commencement of 2020)…
Having asked for readers tips for 2020 for the prize of 1/2 litre of Tom Winnifrith’s Greek Hovel olive oil (2020 harvest) HERE, the following is an update on performance at the end of August (to be eligible needed to have selected, on a per username basis, a buy & sell pick from the LSE or AIM casino and the stocks not to have been suspended at the commencement of 2020)…
Having asked for readers tips for 2020 for the prize of 1/2 litre of Tom Winnifrith’s Greek Hovel olive oil (2020 harvest) HERE, the following is an update on performance at the end of July (to be eligible needed to have selected, on a per username basis, a buy & sell pick from the LSE or AIM casino and the stocks not to have been suspended at the commencement of 2020)…
Having asked for readers tips for 2020 for the prize of 1/2 litre of Tom Winnifrith's Greek Hovel olive oil (2020 harvest) HERE, the following is an update on performance at the end of June (to be eligible needed to have selected, on a per username basis, a buy & sell pick from the LSE or AIM casino and the stocks not to have been suspended at the commencement of 2020)...
I called ITM Power (ITM) a speculative buy in August 2019 at 38p. Having hit some 358p last week, that’s just off that tipsters “crack open the bubbly stuff” target of a 10 bagger tip! The company provided up a trading update on Monday – nothing stated that surprised me, but I did wonder why the update was issued. Today we know the reason – clear the decks for shocking Director share sales.
Tom Winnifrith has written two articles recently about PowerHouse Energy (PHE), firstly noting how Zak Mir is promoting the stock and secondly how there are a bucket (shop) load of 0.5p warrants outstanding; separately Peter Brailey has noted the absurdity of the valuation as being "quadruple bonkers". But today I want to ask a more basic question: does its so called "technology" even work?
At every step the last few days have seen Powerhouse Energy (PHE) show everything that is wrong with life among the dregs of the AIM Casino. Today a new chapter but as a reminder....
Four reasons to be happy: Joshua is back at nursery, my daughter has arrived for a week long holiday, I seem to be set for another £50,000 unexpected pension windfall ( bring on retirement!) and my latest premium podcast with Aidan Bishop, Matt Earl and me is a humdinger and is live HERE. Elsewhere I have frank words with Colin Bird and discuss Galileo (GLR), today's discussions with the FCA, Amigo (AMGO) and Powerhouse Energy (PHE) . Oh, PS, please dionate your £10 HERE
Having asked for readers tips for 2020 for the prize of 1/2 litre of Tom Winnifrith's Greek Hovel olive oil (2020 harvest) HERE, the following is an update on performance at the end of May (to be eligible needed to have selected, on a per username basis, a buy & sell pick from the LSE or AIM casino and the stocks not to have been suspended at the commencement of 2020)...
I noted that in terms of the Eurasia Mining (EUA) scandal, my old friend, the Sith Lord Zak Mir played his part in the promote only becuase he was obeying orders. Now I see that he is pushing shares in almost insolvent Powerhouse Energy (PHE) ahead of its merger with almost insolvent Wastte2tricity. Peter Brailey exposed the ludicrous nature of Zak's ramping HERE yesterday.
I refer, of course, to smokers. Before Malcolm gets on his high horse, hear me out. What I say is logical if a bit crazy. In that vein I also discuss the mad idea of buying the ten worst stocks on AIM and ask for your nominations. I start with Catenae Innovation (CTEA), Tern (TERN), Clear Leisure (CLP) and Attis Oil & Gas (AOGL). I also discuss the crazy idea of buying FinnCap (FCAP) shares. I look at the Powerhouse Energy (PHE) ramp and at the curious case of Anexo (ANX) placing today as directors dump shares. The Woodlarks walk appeal is now at 34% please, as I start another training walk this afternoon, donate HERE.
I reviewed Powerhouse Energy (PHE) just after Christmas and concluded the £15 million market Cap was bonkers. The share price has motored on regardless and now the company sits with a £58 million valuation, and that’s before the dilution from the Waste2Tricty deal. Is this a clear sign of PI driven investment madness?
Having asked for readers tips for 2020 for the prize of 1/2 litre of Tom Winnifrith's Greek Hovel olive oil (2020 harvest) HERE, the following is an update on performance at the end of February (to be eligible needed to have selected, on a per username basis, a buy & sell pick from the LSE or AIM casino and the stocks not to have been suspended at the commencement of 2020)...
Powerhouse Energy (PHE) provided an interesting update on 23rd December which would see the company merge with Waste2Trricty Ltd and address one reason I called this a Sell back in August. Nice as this news was to the investment case, thie shares remain a sell.
The UK government has committed to a carbon neutral policy by 2050. Achieving this aim will require a massive shift from hydrocarbon fuel sources for electrical power generation, building heating and vehicle fuel sources to alternatives. We are also increasingly hearing about plastics and the need for a good disposal route. Powerhouse Energy (PHE) appears to provide one potential means of investing in these trends. Unfortunately it does not tick my investment boxes at all!
If the headline grabbed you and you are here to learn of a few home truths about the madcap plans of PowerHouse Energy (PHE) to commercialise its crazy DMG technology, then you have come to the right place. If you are one of those BBMs shouting down the company's efforts, and screaming warnings of death spiral funding is the only way PowerHouse will get its groundbreaking technology rolled out, then I'm going to disappoint you. You see, the crazy thing about this game, is if you have the foresight and will to engage with management of companies, you often (not always) get a helpful response, and sometimes the response may dispel some of the fears spread around the BB's for the tripe they often are...
Hello, Share Swallowers. One big advantage of the share game is that we investors can actually help to change the world for the better. We do, for example, have more power than the ordinary voter. A good company to invest in is one which wages war on the overuse of dirty energy, like oil, gas and coal...
This panel was chaired by our own Gary Newman and featured uranium cheerleader Paul Atherley of Berkeley Energia (BKY), coal bug Andrew Bell of Regency Mines (RGM) and waste to power enthusiast Keith Allaun of Powerhouse Energy (PHE).
I rather like Mr Allaun although as you know I am not heavily into this green malarky but the world is and thus I see the merit in the shares. Anyhow Keith can explain the Powerhouse Energy (PHE) story better than a climate change denier like myself so over to him.
PowerHouse Energy (PHE) has updated on its progress in 2017 and what it is now looking to achieve – concluding “we enter the new year focused on delivering the commercialisation of our DMG technology during 2018, and we remain confident that hydrogen from waste plastic will emerge as a preferred fuel for road transport”…
Waste-to-energy company Powerhouse (PHE) has announced “Completion of Pre-FEED of Commercial DMG System” - though the shares have currently responded lower…
Having in the last couple of weeks been slipping back from above 1.3p towards 1p, shares in August tip at a 1.25p offer price Powerhouse Energy (PHE) are now recovering on the back of a “MOU for waste-to-hydrogen facilities” announcement. But they have a lot further to go.
In this video from the storming success that was the 2017 UK Investor Show, Keith Allaun of Powerhouse Energy (PHE) is at the podium. And make sure that you keep April 21 2018 free for next year's UK Investor Show.
It amazes me how some of these small AIM companies continue to operate for years even after they look dead and buried, and that certainly seems to be the case with PowerHouse Energy (PHE).
I a not sure what I am allowed to say these days since Paul Scott issued his language diktat. But I start by saying thanks to those who have emailed or tweeted me about my personal news today but then explain why I am spending a day cooped up in London with the charming Halimah. Then it is onto Condor Gold (CNR) and Powerhouse (PHE) which are talking cock. Then I remember my question of AIM's disappearing oil stocks in light of news today from Caza (CAZA). I concur with Steve Moore regarding Sepura (SEPU) and ask a few questions about Port Erin (PEBI) the vehicle of my old pal Jim Mellon, shares in which appear to be collapsing. There is also more comment on Strat Aero (AERO) and Stratmin (STGR).
Powerhouse Energy (PHE) withheld information from its investors for almost two years (the non payment of a legal claim) and then again failed to mention that this dispute was going legal for six weeks. It thus misled investors who bought shares in the secondary markets and in two placings on that false prospectus. I think that is slam dunk fraud as explained HERE. The Company has now hit back in an email to an ex investor - which I have obtained - saying that Nomad Allenby knew all about this withholding on information so it is kosher? That charge against Allenby is grave and it needs to respond to the email below discussing our coverage:
Far too many small companies on AIM achieve little other than constantly diluting shareholders with discounted placings and never come close to actually generating any sort of profit! PowerHouse Energy (PHE) is definitely one that falls into that category, but thankfully it looks as though it may well not be around for that much longer following the news that came on Friday.
Featuring shares in Formation Group (FRM), Independent Oil & Gas (IOG), Mediazest (MDZ), Powerhouse Energy (PHE), Sable Mining (SBLM), Xtract Resources (XTR) with share price targets for all five stocks.
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If you want me to analyse a stock for you just drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org - Today I look at Nighthawk Energy (HAWK), Powerhouse Energy (PHE), Serica Energy (SQZ)