This has perhaps the most unusual share price movement I’ve ever seen. It looks as if there’s some sort of manipulation going on. Any idea what’s happening here?
The stock has low trading volumes which leads to low liquidity, resulting in a high bid-ask spread which is likely what you are seeing.
There is a good piece here @Lynnzer
A couple more investments by the fund:
Thanks for posting that saves searching around for the info
Well this should be interesting given that, as I type this, they near their all time low (currently 99p)
(Yes yes, this one does have my Hooves Of Doom all over it! I’ve got a big chunk in my LISA)
Hello does anyone know if they pay a dividend?
No, they don’t. It’s a new (growth) fund.
Thinking of buying some more of this. I’m SURE hydrogen is going to be the Next Big Thing.
But are Hydrogen One going to be the people to deliver the next big thing?
I have a holding but I’m worried, given the impending recession, that we’ll see a lot of small private companies going under… and my understanding is that this company is invested in smaller private companies.
If the likes of AFC Energy, ITM and Ceres Power are all taking a kicking (all public companies) then I can only assume that the private hydrogen companies are under even bigger pressures.
Again… I have a holding in this and that fact would be enough for most people to immediately dump everything they have. HOOVES OF DOOM
Atome Energy is my other hydrogen stock and my losses are even more there… are your HoD in that one too?
After Johnson Mattheys latest gigafactory news I’m saying yes. Green hydrogen is a no brainer .
I’m 19.5% down but I think I’m going to bail on this one.
It always seemed risky to invest innovative start ups even when the economy was doing well, now it seems even riskier. I imagine there are going to be a lot of start ups going to the wall given the general state of things.
I’ll probably reallocate to Amazon and Apple. You’ve been warned.
Well on that recommendation I might buy some more!
I think that’s wise. I try to avoid exotic, concentrated trusts like this. They’re too risky for my tastes.
I figure I don’t have the specialist knowledge to confidently say whether hydrogen, helium, uranium, lithium etc is the next big thing and, even if it is, whether the model will make any money.
I’m sure some will make a killing through niche trusts and mining firms, but I’d rather play the percentages and stick to what I know.