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Welcome back to the forum, @deividcole
And thanks for sharing that news, you beat us to it.
…but it is showing as being 99.01% down on the day. Oopsie!
Thanks for adding this FT @sampoullain
Bought a few for starters. Could go down before it goes up (here’s hoping).
I’m getting confused now between Hydrogen One and HeliumOne stocks.
It’s all a gas!
A quick spark or naked flame should get rid of any confusion really really quickly.
I predict a boom
Thanks for the advice, CH4 producer.
Thanks for adding, bought a small holding
Bought a small bag of shares.
Helium One is on the brink of finding a motherload of Helium so it is definitely worth to buy. I bought into it.
Regarding Hydrogen One: It’s still a speculative business so I think I can make more money on buying specific H2 companies rather than an investment fund.
Or lose more…
The fund will be investing in a range of companies across a number of sectors, so potentially spreading any effects of volatility in the market. Something that’s more difficult to do for an individual investing in a few companies.
Am I the only one who get’s confused when I see day graphs like this? What explains a constant even up down pattern like that? Isn’t that how manipulation looks?
That looks like low liquidity to me, e.g. high bid-ask spread.
To be fair, the spread looks to be less than 1.5% - you haven’t seen large spreads until you’ve traded AIM stocks
CAGR is around 5% for the hydrogen market for the next few year.
You are seeing rounding down. If £1.00 has increased by 0.36% it would now be £1.0036 which is then rounded to £1.00.
Thank you, I had a very blonde moment there and realise the error of my ways.
Has anyone been able to find what HydrogenOne is investing in or is it opaque?