Thoughts on Good Energy

Tuesday, Jun 11 2019 by

Anyone have any thoughts on this stock? Promising sector, but micro caps often don't get considered in portfolios. Think it could do very well in the next 5-10 years.

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wilkonz 11th Jun 1 of 2
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Thanks for posting Red Pill - Good Energy (LON:GOOD)
Profits = £0.9 M
Net Det = £45 M
Net Gearing = 239%

Interesting company. Worthwhile business - we all want clean energy.
Piotroski 9 - but that might be misleading,
Very much jam tomorrow.
Probably one for Neil Woodford but not for me.

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Effortless Cool 11th Jun 2 of 2
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I would suggest catching up on the various articles on Good Energy (LON:GOOD) in Private Eye over the last few years regarding their investment in the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon (now written down to zero).

I wouldn't go near them myself.

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