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    Fri, 22 Aug 2014 13:09:00 GMT

    Always at it. By JJNOVICE
  • Re: Trades by John of Groats
    Thu, 21 Aug 2014 20:58:00 GMT

    Well, Brookdale sold nearly 3m shares which seems to have taken the wind out of the sails (sales?). Still, it was a moment of excitement and an indication of what could happen if things go well.

    We now have at least 9 months to wait for the next significant news of MYG from the Planning Inspectorate. That could coincide with the election of a new Goverment and who knows what their plans for renewable energy will be? It is just possble that we get news from Poland before that but I wouldn't bet on it.

    John By John of Groats
  • Re: Trades by alltold9
    Mon, 18 Aug 2014 18:52:00 GMT

  • Trades by farmerdave
    Mon, 18 Aug 2014 09:14:00 GMT

    Huge number of trades doubling the price starting at 9 with a 50,000 buy and going from there - something up or another false dawn ?

    FD By farmerdave
  • So what happened at the AGM? by John of Groats
    Thu, 07 Aug 2014 00:54:00 GMT

    On 1st Agust, REH announced it had finally submitted an application for development consent for Mynydd Y Gwynt (MYG). The Planning Inspectorate has 28 days to accept that the application is valid (note that this does not mean the same as granting consent). Since there have been considerable delays to submission to make sure the application is valid, I suspect the chance of it being rejected at this stage is small. We shall have to wait much longer, probably another year, to learn whether consent has been granted.

    The share price rose a little on the announcement then dropped to its lowest yet. The announcement of the results of today's (Wednesday) AGM was as expected yet the price has bounced back. Why?


    By John of Groats
  • New highs or new lows ? by dickie3times
    Fri, 20 Jun 2014 22:01:00 GMT

    It depends on who's shorting?

    Deramping SHORTERS !

    Shorting a rising stock....is much worse when it is done by your resident posters that seemingly are your buddies and convince 'long' holders to give up!

    What many pi's fail to grasp is the extent that shorting is taking place. Often we tend to think that the 'shorter' is done with and we expect the stock to now rise, now that 'he' is out of the way? You'd be wrong in many instances, for 'he' the shorter, is often followed by others that 'help' keep the stock down !

    Some stocks fall after GOOD NEWS! ....IS it just normal levels of profit taking? Yes, imo....

    ...BUT the underlying reason for many pi's taking early profits, is simply they are afraid they'll be left in paper losses!

    Thus, if the stock, after 'good news' is then shorted, then kiss good bye to this stock reaching new highs in the very near term!

    We can't both WIN !

    The 'shorts' therefore 'win' their bets, whereas the 'longs' lose the best part of their investment, possibly for some time to come.and just when you thought this couldn't go any lower, THEY'LL SHORT THE STOCK AGAIN !

    Why is this? They both can't win...the money has to come from somewhere?


    Thanks for all your support. We are now at 4,379 votes!


    (that's A LOT of irate investors!)

    Investors are saying something? They are voting in their thousands !

    HMGovt epetition, make short selling illegal !

    (or at least better regulated)

    * cast your vote here....

    * read more -( a lot more ! )

    Bookmark the links if you wish to 'pass the LINK/s on'.... or read later?


    # The big problem with shorting is that THEY (the shorters) WOULD most likely lose most of their money IF they just 'bet' on the price going down without trying to 'help' it down?

    So, there is the 'catch 22' scenario. No one would know of an RNS to be released that will contain BAD NEWS, if they did and then 'shorted' the stock, then they are guilty of 'insider trading'.

    The only sure way to short a stock and WIN is to spread dis-information to defame the company with help from other posters that are in concert with them. To ENSURE that they don't lose the biggest part of their 'short', ironically, then, they must deramp with (seemingly) believable posts.

    When the pro's do it, they simply get the media or well known 'crooked' tipsters, analysts or brokers to do it for them. (say no more). .They're all in cahoots with each other!


    The campaign against shorting is for the benefit of the 'cheated' investors that cannot control their investments due to the dirty tricks played out by co-ordinated deramping in order to tank the sp to abnormally low levels.

    When the campaign is complete, the results will be reviewed by Govt legislators re- further action! The branch of the FSA ie FCA will be asked by Davide Serra to conduct an investigation into short selling practices, with the view to either:- an outright ban on short selling, or at the very least to be better and more vigorously regulated !

    The HMGovt epetition is a regulated and monitored site with legal authority that will NOT under any circumstances allow any auspicious individuals to prevent 'others' from casting their free votes. Discussions of which are freely entered into with individual viewpoints. By dickie3times
  • AGM on 23rd October by John of Groats
    Fri, 04 Oct 2013 00:06:00 GMT


    Last year you attended the AGM and gave us an interesting report. Will you be attending this year? It would be good to gain an impression of the new Chairman, Roger Harper, and the COO, Clive Callister.

    John By John of Groats
  • Re: The next event? by John of Groats
    Tue, 01 Oct 2013 12:08:00 GMT

    That's event 1 (loan renewal) achieved early without undue penalty.

    Event 2 (MYG planning application) is progressing and completion of the planning process is now expected by the end of March 2015, This is the earliest we could have expected from the COO's conversation with Suhel3 (a poster on ADVFN) on 29th August which indicated completion between the end of March and the end of June 2015.

    However, it looks as though event 3 (sale of Kobylany) will be delayed beyond the end of this year. With the increased Flexible Loan Facility and the extension of the Convertible Loan maturity date to the end of December 2014, an early sale of Kobylany is no longer critical.

    The changes to the expected dates for the sale of Kobylany and the completion of the MYG planning process and the increase in the amount of the loans that has been drawn down to £5m will entail changing my estimate of the future net value of REH slightly. I hope to do that over the next day or two.

    The resignation of Sir John Baker, the last of the old Directors, was no surprise. He stood down as Chairman at the end of March when Mike Proffitt resigned. Roger Harper has been Chairman for six months and seems to be getting the ducks in a row.

    John By John of Groats
  • Another crazy rise? by gepit
    Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:50:00 GMT

    Something brewing here By gepit
  • The next event? by John of Groats
    Mon, 23 Sep 2013 17:46:00 GMT

    There are three things that should happen over the next three or four months.

    1. Renewal of the Utilico Convertible Loan.

    You might expect that the loan renewal would happen soon after expiry on 30 September 2013 but past history indicates otherwise. When the loan expired on 31 July 2011, renewal took 8 weeks to agree. When the loan expired again on 31 July 2013, renewal took nearly 5 weeks to agree. My best guess is early November.

    2. Submission of the planning application for MYG.

    We are now led to believe this will be done by the end of November. Despite the long history of delays, the new COO (Clive Callister) has some experience in these matters and has put his reputation on the line.

    3. Sale of Kobylany.

    The sale has suffered similar delays but, with the new law on renewable energy finally on the statute book, there is a chance that REH may meet their latest prediction of the end of 2013.

    John By John of Groats
  • Re: But it could still be worth 29p in 2... by John of Groats
    Fri, 20 Sep 2013 11:27:00 GMT


    The market has put a value on CWE today but whether that is fair is a matter of opinion. CWE has a long way to go before it reaches profitability and only then can we put a realistic value on it. In the meantime we are juggling with the balance of opportunities and risks. If you want to read some very optimistic views of the future value, I suggest you read the CWE threads on Hot Copper, if you have time to go through hundreds of posts.

    To take just one example of the risks, Reunion has suffered considerable delays to deployment of the buoyant actuator because of weather conditions. The foundations were installed last year but EDF are still waiting for an opportunity to complete the work.

    John By John of Groats
  • Re: But it could still be worth 29p in 2... by John of Groats
    Fri, 20 Sep 2013 11:01:00 GMT


    The £500k/MW for MYG was mentioned by Mike Proffitt. Britain has a far better wind regime than continental Europe so wind farms earn more money. MYG is in a particularly good area for wind.

    Remember REH's abortive venture into German wind farms which consistently failed to meet expectations. From the Chairman's statement in the 2009 Annual Report:
    "In Germany, home of our established operational wind assets, the wind speeds have yet
    again been substantially below the 20 year index, leaving all windfarms, including ours,
    operating below original expectations. We are currently looking at financial options to
    improve the return to the Company from these assets."

    From Mike Proffitt's statement in the 2010 Annual Report:
    "Our German windfarms, which had not performed to our expectations in the light of several years of below average wind speeds, were also sold. Completion of this sale took place in September 2010, realising up to £7.6m in cash after repayment of project debt."

    The total installed capacity (not the actual power output) of these wind farms was 40.5MW. So the sale realised £187.7k/MW. Whether this was the actual profit is hard to judge as the project debt may not have included all the costs of purchase and construction. Obviously, this figure should not be confused with the value placed on a fully permitted but unconstructed wind farm such as Kobylany.

    John By John of Groats
  • Re: But it could still be worth 29p in 2... by LWatcher
    Thu, 19 Sep 2013 20:05:00 GMT

    Also - what's your view on fair value for CWE - apart from the 10c estimate by 2015? By LWatcher
  • Re: But it could still be worth 29p in 2014 by LWatcher
    Thu, 19 Sep 2013 19:53:00 GMT

    Thanks for the post John, why would MYG fetch £500k/MW compared to the European average of €177k ? ... Because UK onshore farms are valued at a premium? By LWatcher
  • Re: But it could still be worth 29p in 2014 by John of Groats
    Wed, 18 Sep 2013 21:19:00 GMT

    I should have added that at 10c per CWE share, REH's holding would have a value of £5,868k.

    John By John of Groats
  • And both buys by drif
    Thu, 27 Nov 2014 10:22:13 GMT

    Show as sells.
  • Made several buys here by drif
    Thu, 27 Nov 2014 09:41:56 GMT

    This am, this is far more volatile than other AIM energy stocks so thats what i prefer.
  • REH by drif
    Wed, 26 Nov 2014 19:55:14 GMT

    Fizzed a tad today, going in for a few this week, looks like a run on the way one day all the way up.
  • reh by faaz
    Wed, 26 Nov 2014 08:58:26 GMT

    Buying oppertunity as will struggle to buy any.
  • reh by faaz
    Wed, 26 Nov 2014 08:40:27 GMT

    Buys after buys coming in.
  • Bckttsim by faaz
    Wed, 26 Nov 2014 08:32:16 GMT

    Nice find CWE incestment alone worth 3.4m and kur M/c only under 1m. Very under valued.
  • CWE by Bckttsim
    Wed, 26 Nov 2014 06:25:47 GMT

    Keeps increasing in value . REH's share value now £3.4 million. Now what's the market cap here ?
  • . by hughsey1995
    Fri, 14 Nov 2014 11:41:41 GMT

    Bid and Ask both ticked up. Impressive volume today compared to recent weeks.
  • . by hughsey1995
    Fri, 14 Nov 2014 10:17:24 GMT

    Big drop hear this morning, on no news or displayed sells. Looks to me like Market Makers are filling a sell order, L2 showing lots of support on the Bid at 1p, but a big block on the ask at 1.1p. Been a few buys this morning, so once the sell order is filled, this should move up again.
  • REH by drif
    Thu, 13 Nov 2014 11:24:18 GMT

    Still not added yet, will do when funds allow. Its a lockaway with upside.
  • Wales by Bckttsim
    Wed, 12 Nov 2014 09:10:34 GMT

    Welsh news ... Examiner meeting set for 20 Nov. Time table in place. infrastructure.planningportal.gov.uk/projects/Wales/Mynydd-y-Gwynt-Wind-Farm/
  • REHH by Bckttsim
    Wed, 12 Nov 2014 08:10:30 GMT

    Good day in aus, CWE up holding now worth £3.12 mil.
  • REH by Bckttsim
    Wed, 12 Nov 2014 07:47:55 GMT

    Pre market indicating a lot of upside !
  • REH by Bckttsim
    Tue, 11 Nov 2014 17:55:38 GMT

    Well let's see what happens to the share growth. This share needs very little buying to swing into action. They have a market cap below £1 million at present. Even the shares they hold in CWE.ASX, which they intend to sell, are worth close to £3 million. Then there is the polish bit. These assets are growing in value, Poland wants as much renewable energy as possible because of the Russian threat . And not to forget the Welsh side. It's very hard to put values on the above, however they are worth many millions. Yes they have debt , doesn't everyone. The bottom line is they are worth many times the market cap at present . And with a sniff of any news ....watch them go. Now today we have seen more trading, could be some news around ? MM's have let the price tick up. I have a feeling these are heading north. And when the movement is picked up by a few
  • RE: Major increase in volume by hughsey1995
    Tue, 11 Nov 2014 16:56:32 GMT

    Not sure I'd call it a major increase in volume, only around twice that of the last couple of trading days. In comparison during the spike a couple of months back, where the share price went from 1p to over 3p, we saw volumes of 4.7 million, 8 million and 13 million in the three trading days, versus around half a million today. However, I have been following this company as would potentially be interested in trading/investing in this company. When news lands, assuming its positive, it could see the market cap increase significantly, but I think Welsh news is a way away, and Clive seemed quite keen to manage my expectations on whether they'd be able to sell the Polish assets when I communicated with him, so unless something comes out of the blue regarding Poland, I'm not sure there is going to be much of a catalyst for share price growth here in the next couple of months.