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25/9/2016
09:20
Armadale Capital Daily Update: Armadale Capital PLC is listed in the Gas Water & Utilities sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ACP. The last closing price for Armadale Capital was 2p.
Armadale Capital PLC has a 4 week average price of 2.38p and a 12 week average price of 2.26p.
The 1 year high share price is 6.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.13p.
There are currently 140,801,967 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 502,848 shares. The market capitalisation of Armadale Capital PLC is £2,640,036.88.
07/6/2016
14:15
kaka47: Guys who posted the detailed above article I am sure have spoken to the management andThey say in that article $20 million funding news is imminent We wait and see:) Share price will Multiply many times if funding comes through. God Willing
07/6/2016
10:34
hamidahamida: Armadale capital the next big stock to fly according to these guys Is Graphite Set to Make Waves on the AIM?The Next Small Cap presents this information for the use of readers in their decision to engage with this product. Please be aware that this is a very high risk product. We stress that this article should only be used as one part of this decision making process. You need to fully inform yourself of all factors and information relating to this product before engaging with it.Graphite is making headlines and creating significant market interest largely on the back of its integral part of lithium ion batteries in electric cars.The world is shifting to electric cars at a quick pace, driven by the likes of Tesla and traditional car makers fast realising that the game has changed.Beyond just electric cars, lithium ion batteries are expected to feature prominently in the next wave of consumer products such as mobile phones, laptops, power tools, and medical devices.What this means is a rise in demand for graphite given its use as anode material in lithium ion batteries – and therein lies the opportunity for investors.It is no wonder then that small cap explorers are jumping into the fray – we have seen many mining juniors launch very successful and high growth graphite exploration campaigns on both the TSX and the ASX – but strangely this buzz has not fully arrived on the AIM – yet.Armadale Capital (LSE:ACP), a resources investment company currently building a strong commodities portfolio in Africa, is one of the few AIM listed companies out there with its hands on potentially high value graphite ground, in an emerging exploration hot spot.ACP is set to add the Mahenge Liandu Graphite Project in Tanzania to its portfolio via a recent heads of terms agreement struck with the project vendors.The important thing to note here for ACP and its shareholders is that the Project is located right next door to emerging ASX listed graphite explorers Kibaran Resources (ASX:KNL) and Black Rock Mining (ASX:BKT), both valued at multiples of ACP's current market cap.Both Kibaran Resources A$41.1M (£20.29MN) and Black Rock Mining A$13.97 (£6.9MN) now have grown significantly on the back of their graphite projects surrounding ACP's new project.Kibaran has bagged binding offtake agreements to the tune of 30,000 tpa, including 20,000 tpa with ThyssenKrupp – the €11.18BN multi-national conglomerate – validating the quality of the graphite in these parts. ACP represents a compelling graphite opportunity for the small-cap UK investor, currently capped at just £1.43M.The Aussie explorers around ACP confirm that there is a growing market for graphite coming online, and if you can strike some significant graphite mineralisation, things can move very fast.Before we go too far, it should be noted that for political and social reasons, this is a very high-risk stock. Getting mining projects up and running in countries such as Tanzania is no simple feat, and there may be challenges ahead.The growth in the world's need for graphite has convinced dozens of companies to pursue its exploration around the world......and ACP is an early mover defining this changing trend on the AIM market.Armadale Capital plc If a host of tiny Aussie companies can get their hands on quality graphite tenements in Africa, and raise their valuations on the back of the lithium battery revolution, can Armadale Capital (LSE:ACP) repeat the form in the UK?We certainly think so given the impressive tenement package ACP has snagged, and the positive initial results already seen.ACP is right next door to its higher valued Aussie counterparts Black Rock and Kibaran, and within the same geologic units. Take a look at the map below, for further evidence of just how close they are.We will look at the map in more detail further down, but given the company's position set amongst a hive of exploration, and of course its tiny market cap, with ACP, we think we've found a strong candidate to become a significant UK-based graphite starlet over the coming years, and emulate its Australian small-cap cousins in the meantime.Of course, it is early days here, due diligence between the project vendors and ACP is underway now, and ACP will likely need to raise some funds to progress with exploration. But when that exploration has the potential to transform the company to a market cap of multiples of where it is today, especially if it can go and define a significant graphite resource, it makes this stock a compelling proposition.If you're looking for a brief introduction to graphite, check out this video:Lithium-ion batteries gobble up incredibly high amounts of lithium, graphite and cobalt – its three key ingredients – and given the anticipated mass adoption of electric cars, there has been significant pressure placed on supply chains for these materials.Demand for graphite for use in lithium batteries, is set to go through a significant upscale between now and 2020 that will see battery manufacturers offtake 250,000 tonnes per annum (tpa) by 2020 - compared to 80,000 tpa today. That's an increase of over 200% over the next four years.Led by US-based Tesla and Chinese-based BYD (partially owned by Warren Buffett), it's clear that sales of electric vehicles (EVs) are increasing exponentially. Here's a taster of the growth in EV sales:Are we seeing the initial sparks of a graphite market boom on the AIM?Graphite prices have perked up, although it is still too early to tell exactly what kind of specifications most graphite end-users will be looking for – what we do know for sure, is that the world is going to need a lot of it, and a number of offtake deals for African graphite have already been sealed.In terms of company valuations, graphite explorers on the ASX and the TSX that have defined significant graphite resources have been trending upwards for the past 12 months or so, on the back of greater investor awareness of this impending commodity sea change.In the UK, graphite is a very niche part of the commodities sector, with barely a handful of companies putting their feelers out for graphite... so farBut if we take a look at Commodities Central - otherwise known as Australia - it would seem graphite is getting significant traction.Take a look at how Syrah Resources (ASX:SYR) has performed over the past 12 months:Syrah is Australia's largest graphite explorer currently valued at A$1.25BN (£612MN).Syrah's story began with humble beginnings via the acquisition of the Balama Project in Mozambique in 2011. Since then, Syrah has made one of the world's major graphite discoveries, diligently progressed exploration and published a completed Definitive Feasibility Study (DFS) last year.This is the type of progress ACP is hoping to emulate in Mozambique's next door neighbour Tanzania, with the added bonus that ACP still has its Congolese Gold Project waiting in the wings just as gold prices have started inching their way north again.Whilst a Syrah like valuation is a long way off, ACP's neighbours point the way for what could be in store for this stock in the short term.ACP's neighbours such as Kibaran Resources (ASX:KNL) and Black Rock Mining (ASX:BKT) now have significant market caps from where they started being A$41.1M (£20.29MN) and A$13.97 (£6.9MN) respectively.Kibaran recently announced it had executed an off-take agreement with one of the world's leading commodity trading companies ThyssenKrupp, for an exclusive long-term commercial agreement between the parties for the sale of a minimum 20,000 tonnes per annum of refractory grade natural flake graphite in Europe, Turkey, Russia, Ukraine and Korea.Remember ACP is currently capped less than £2M (at the time of writing).Here at The Next Small Cap, it's in our DNA to keep our antennae trained for small undervalued companies such as ACP who may have a rather bright future, especially considering its position.To give you an idea of how quickly graphite stocks can grow, take a look at Volt Resources (ASX:VRC) – we have been telling our readers about VRC since February 2015 when it was trading under the ticker code ASX:MOZ and was capped at a similar level to ACP's current value.The company's share price has risen over 630% since it first entered graphite exploration and ticked all the boxes to make a major graphite discovery in Tanzania:Back when we first wrote about VRC, it was in the very early stages of project development, with a very small market cap. ACP have a hold on something very similar in a similar early stage – and we see striking similarities between ACP and where VRC was 18 months ago.Of course, ACP will need to fire up the drill rig in the near term in an effort to try and hit some of the mineralisation that has caused ASX:BKT and ASX:KBN's market caps to stir, and we will find out a whole lot more over the coming months.Suffice to say, this is still an early stage play and caution is required if considering this stock for your portfolio.Operating in a graphite wonderland in East AfricaEast Africa has more graphite locked up under its ground, than the rest of the world combined.The Cabo Delgado region contains the world's largest known schist of graphite mineralisation in the world with its veins stretching from Mozambique, further north into neighbouring Tanzania and west into Malawi. Here's a map of the region, and where ACP's latest project sits:Zooming further in, here is where ACP will be exploring – the Mahenge Liandu Project, which consists of 2 tenements covering 29.9 km², adjacent to the town of Mahenge.As you can see above, ACP has snagged prime real-estate right in the middle of existing graphite projects that have completed advanced studies: a Bankable Feasibility Study, plus offtake agreements in place for Kibaran (the orange ground on the map), whilst Black Rock has completed a positive Scoping Study (the green shaded areas).Nearology factor in play for ACPAs we have indicated, one of the major plus points for ACP's newly acquired tenements is their close proximity to existing (and defined) graphite resources in the vicinity.With ACP now settling into its new digs, let's take a look at the Tanzanian graphite pool compared and contrasted. You can see the stark differences in valuations and the gap that ACP are looking to grow into over the coming months:And here's the entire East African hoard of graphite explorers, compared by market cap. As you can see, ACP is the equivalent of a tadpole swimming with whales in the form of Syrah and Magnis.Note, ACP's market cap shown above is actually bigger than the current value, which at the time of writing is actually around the $2.55M AUD mark.For small-cap investors, ACP represents an early-stage stock packed with potential and the real possibility of walking the African graphite development path already carved out by its peers.ACP's tenements are surrounded by over 150 million tonnes of "JORC'd" graphite resources which raises hopes of ACP's exploration eventually defining a strong resource in the hundreds of millions of tonnes – and that would result in a rather large share price appreciation.Of course, exploration hasn't begun in earnest yet, so caution is advised when making an investment, please consider your own personal circumstances and risk profile.The roll-call of graphite explorers in East Africa is expanding at a rate of knots, and despite any production being some way away, the share price performance of most of the stocks listed above has outperformed major index benchmarks in both Australia and the UK – let's take a look at Volt and Magnis for instance:The past performance of this product is not and should not be taken as an indication of future performance. Caution should be exercised in assessing past performance. This product, like all other financial products, is subject to market forces and unpredictable events that may adversely affect future performance.Volt Resources (ASX:VRC) first started its graphite hunt in Mozambique, before moving to Tanzania last year.A larger player in Tanzania is the fully diluted $337MN-capped MNS which is slightly further ahead in its development than the rest of its peers.Take a look what Blue Ocean Equities has to say about MNS in research note published in May 2016:Indicating how the path to successful graphite mining goes, Blue Ocean analyst Steuart [sic] McIntyre, sees MNS pushing on from its current price of $0.78 per share, up to as high as $1.40 - that's a gain of almost 80% from its current A$312M (£156M) market cap. In the report, Mr. McIntyre cites "above average flake size" and "favourable metallurgy" as the two standout factors that could deliver superior margins and performance.At the same time, analyst predictions are no guarantee to eventuate – so don't consider just these reports when you are investing. Consider your personal circumstances and seek professional advice.ACP is exploring in East Africa – which is synonymous with jumbo flake and natural graphite that can compete with its artificial rival, but at lower prices. MNS is looking to move into production over the next 12-18 months and is anticipating strong margins by producing high-grade natural graphite - whilst early days, ACP would hope to do something similar in the not too distant future.Initial exploration results on ACP's project indicate Total Graphitic Carbon (TGC) grades of 13%-24% TGCDespite just announcing its intention of acquiring the Liandu graphite project, ACP already has some historical drill data to play with.Reconnaissance mapping done late last year defined a mineralized trend >1.5 km in strike length and up to 500m in width. From this initial mapping, ACP has been able to obtain some initial drill hole data as an indicator of future potential.Three RC drill holes drilled late last year by the previous vendors showed intercepts of 24m @ 12.9% TGC, 5m @ 21.5% TGC and 10m @ 6.54% TGC.ACP's next step is to initiate a comprehensive work program at Liandu, set to kick off in July; including mapping, trenching, RC drilling, DD drilling, metallurgical test work, and resource estimation – so there should be plenty of news flow for this stock in the near term.As assay results come in, ACP could see its valuation rise as long as the TGC grades are sufficiently high and the mineralisation extends.On the flip side, if its exploration results are deemed insufficient, ACP's valuation could fall, so seek professional advice when seeking further information about this stock. It's all part and parcel of commodities investing, and it's why we would recommend all potential investors to do their own research if considering this stock.Liandu scheduling puts ACP on track for a Defined Resource in early 2017One of the most exciting times for any Resources company is the build-up to, and publication of its official JORC Resource.To give you an idea, Black Rock Mining, ACP's much higher valued neighbour, defined 80% of its resource in just 8 months.ACP hopes to prove up a JORC Resource in early 2017 which it can then use to secure offtake agreements, institutional funding and possibly a joint-venture partner depending on the Project specifics.ACP is currently gearing up to get started in the coming weeks......but in less than 12months, we could see a JORC Resource at Liandu thereby helping to revalue ACP significantly.Not forgetting the glitter of Gold in the CongoWith fast moving times ahead for ACP in the graphite stakes, one could be forgiven for forgetting that this investment company also has an existing JORC'd gold resource that's on the cusp of entering production.We are of course talking about the Mpokoto Gold Project in the DRC, and the company is currently awaiting a $20M USD funding package to be finalised.Let's take a quick whiz through ACP's Congolese asset, as this project also has significant upside potential for later this year.Mpokoto has continued to demonstrate it is a robust low cost gold development project with attractive fundamentalsHere are the highlights of APC's Mpokoto DFS, published in February:Recent auger drilling and qualitative sampling of 150 auger holes at Mpokoto shows extensions to previously identified mineralisation, to both the north-west and south-east. This tidy bit of news means ACP's resource at Mpokoto can grow even larger once ACP does more fieldwork.The objective of the overall exploration programme is increasing the planned life of mine, which currently stands at four years for Phase 1 production, expanding the current Total Resource beyond the current 678,000oz.Since the start of the year (YTD), spot gold prices have risen as high as $1,306/oz., a gain of 23% since January.The higher gold price goes, the more economically viable ACP's Mpokoto Project becomes without ACP lifting a finger.ACP's Feasibility study assumes a gold price of $1,250/oz., but has an expected production cost of $792/oz. So despite gold suffering from a stronger US dollar since 2013, the good news is that ACP can remain competitive even at the lowest gold price we've seen since 2013 ($1,046/oz.).The only outstanding issue is the US$20MN required to construct the necessary infrastructure at Mpokoto which ACP hopes to do imminently after the necessary vis-à-vis due diligence is done between ACP and development partner A-MCS.Key components of the capital cost include US$8.25 million for the processing plant, US$3.75 million for associated infrastructure and US$8.5 million for other infrastructure.The US$20 million to be invested in ACP by A-MCS includes financing provisions to fund the processing plant as well as a mining contract to govern provision of mining services moving forward.In total, ACP has 4 mining licenses valid for 30 years which means ACP could see even further exploration upside at the Mpokoto Project.ACP's exploration target is 2.4-3.0 million tonnes grading 1.25-1.5 g/t Au, according to the company. ACP also estimates this should yield an additional 120,000-150,000 oz. to the 225,000oz already earmarked.With gold and graphite in hand, ACP is pushing on developmentWith its priorities now squarely in focus, ACP is on the right track.Gold from the Congo is in its grasp, while its newly acquired graphite project in Tanzania has all the early signs of being a strong high-value asset.ACP has a diversification mantra built into its operations which should give investors some comfort considering the operational space is Africa - which does carry additional risk compared to more stable parts of the world.Furthermore, ACP can take heart from seeing lots of plucky Australian explorers, previously of a similar size to ACP, progress their graphite projects to much higher valuations over the course of the last 12-18 months.With virtually no early stage graphite projects being considered by currently listed AIM companies and given ACP's latest acquisition, the stock could prove to be rather undervalued at current levels.It's worth remembering that the band of Aussie explorers including Volt, Magnis, Kibaran and Black Rock, have all achieved substantial re-ratings as progress towards production was demonstrated to investors.ACP could be a good stock to leverage the impending graphite/graphene revolution that's already seen several explorers reach multi-hundred million dollar valuations without a single gram of production.Can the graphite hype make an antipodean shift over to the UK? We think there is a strong chance.It would seem those that take early positions could be the first to reap the commercial benefits once graphite begins to be sold in bulk to audacious lithium-battery manufacturers.
03/6/2016
19:51
saucy sue: Looks as though this JL character lives in his own fantasyland. Pursuing some 'future' potential while failing to manage the here and now. If Mpokoto was so wonderful why race off on this tangent which will only monstrously dilute the per-share advantage of its 'proposed' loan funding ? - as also decimate the share price. Like a child discarding one toy to play with another. Must check who was the nomad signed off his original ipo. (Ah ! Finncap I see ! And, of course, Beaufort's fingerprints as well.)
24/3/2016
13:12
maverick247: Q&A from telecon today by major shareholder on twitter. Q: When will you be in London, I would like to meet you in person?A: In April, I will let you know in advance and we can arrange a meeting, no problem.Q: How is funding talks going on with AMCS?A: Going very well, they are currently reviewing the DFS which we expect to be finished in couple of weeks than we can finalise the package. Q: Did not they involve with all these works and DFS from the beginning and why it took so long?A: It's not that easy to analyse and they are looking in every aspect of the project, plenty civil engineering work going on at the moment.Q: How confident are you with current discussion of funding, will it happen?A: I am very confident, otherwise I won't be here. It's not like getting a cheque from the local bank, there are lots of works required and AMCS is very keen to do that.Q: Do you have any plan B, back up plan, any other funding discussions going on?A: Yes there are other 2 potential parties and discussions in various stages. Q: Is there any construction of the plant going on?A: No.Q: Is there any placing in short term?A: No, our overheads are very low and no further placing required at the momentQ: What are your monthly expenses in total?A: Around $60K and directors are not taking any salary at the moment!!!Q: I am surprised, are you working voluntarily A: Yes and I am not taking anything at the moment.Q: You need to mention this on your next announcement; people are simply thinking you are there for salary.A: We are saying that but no one listening.Q: How many shares do you have?A: Around 2.5m.Q: Are you planning to buy at the moment?A: Yes but we are in a close period so I am not allowed to buy.Q: What is your relation with Angola Gold?A: Never heard of them.Q: Is gold price really the important bit of the current funding discussions? A: No its not, market is volatile and price I guess will be around $1200 - $1250 for sometimes but I would expect to it to increase.Q: What is your exit strategy for MRI?A: Looking at selling, deal on the table at the moment.Q: How is the reviewing of the historical data going, how much bigger would be the overall project resource.A: Going well, more exploration work requires confirming total resource but we estimate that would be substantial.Q: Most PI's are complaining about lack of communication, why you don't use your twitter account actively.A: Personally I am not a twitter user and as we are a small company and cannot hire full time PR, but I will investigate it that what can be done. I try to answer most PI's questions but there are lots of people around discussion board and talking a lot about us who I know are not holders. I cannot go around pumping the share price. People should invest in fundamentals, most people are not realistic. Q: Where do you see the share price in short and mid term?A: I believe it's at bottom and upside potential is very high.
07/3/2016
15:46
cautoussid: nice to see share price up ,hoping mms lower spread not easy to trade with spread that wide
29/2/2016
16:14
cautoussid: share price down more today , shrters may be winning today as share price drifts more , my hope for investors that one day soon good news is released to move share price up for investors
22/2/2016
23:02
cautoussid: nice to see todays move up ,be nice if share price holds at this level or moves up ,hoping the seller may not continue to sell after todays rise
22/1/2016
09:19
cashmachine2: So after talking to Bara Consulting who are working on behalf of Armadale and in conjunction with A-MCS, the DFS is nearing completion and though as we have seen there has been a slight slippage to the reported timeline, the DFS is such a fundamentally important document and in ACPs case is likely to be company making.I've also been in contact with the company and expectations are we should see the DFS in the very near term. I'm expecting first week in Feb...As the target is 25,000 oz PA at a very low cost opex and capex the cash generation exceeds £10m pa surplus. Now assess the current market cap and the rest I'll leave for you to assess but when the DFS lands with funding news from A-MCS and the fact production is stated to start in H1 this year, ACP's share price is suddenly looking like a minimum 10 bag very quickly. "We continue to progress our very constructive engagement with A-MCS who are providing active input to the DFS process as well as the necessary framework to conclude our financing agreements with A-MCS, which will bring with it up to US$20 million of financing. This means we are extremely well placed to commence mine construction, targeted for December 2015. With additional upside available, Mpokoto maintains its status as a low capex, low opex gold mine and I look forward to updating shareholders on these upcoming milestones in the coming months."
10/4/2014
06:27
wetdreams: Mrshaun the only thing thats going to get battered is acp share price did you see the size of some of them sells ...sjm will be lucky if he gets a bag of chips out of this lot...pml
27/8/2013
19:02
wetdreams: The lad got acp shares in devon Hung on av down soon to be in heavon Cinder russ and co All said it was a go But Poor old eddys feeling very low Locked him self in a room Now he is a proper mushroom Acp share price is still very cheap Big rise to come so a must keep Bod know the score Not to sell but add more Lots of gold all around Briquettes of coal more money sound
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