|Equat Palm Oil
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|PAL looking interesting again at just below 2 pence to buy.
Maybe not the most exciting holding in my portfolio,but imo there is tremendous medium term value on offer here.
(Plus I would suggest that the next movement in the share price will be strongly upwards.)|
|Extracted from the Audited accounts for the year ended Sept 30th,as published yesterday.
"The construction of this mill is significant for the communities in which we operate and for the Liberian Government. Given the recent downturn in prices for commodities and oil & gas the Liberian Government has put a greater emphasis on agriculture and is providing all necessary assistance to the LPD Group to ensure all imports for "agro-processing" are free of any import duties."
As the continued support of the Liberian government is crucial to PAL's success the fact that they are focusing,to a greater extent,on their green economy augurs well.|
|People forget that house broker Mirabaud accorded a target price of 14 pence to PAL and stressed that this was conservative.
Add to this the progress achieved since their review and this company remains a wondrous bargain,imo.
"The company will focus on the West African and European market, both of which have an advantage for shipping, and are burgeoning in terms of market demand. By remaining focused on developing environmentally stable palm oil, outside of virgin forest and producing an accredited, sustainable palm oil, the company is a top contender for older markets as well.
Liberia is well placed to have significant palm oil production and be a successful West Africa palm oil producer, and Equatorial Palm Oil has tapped into its potential. As the company grows alongside the country, it stands to reason that Equatorial Palm Oil could be in operations for generations to come."
The "icing on the cake" though remains the fact that PAL could well be acting as stalking horse for global parent company KLK;establishing a viable and acceptable operation in Liberia prior to being seriously scaled up and with PAL then bought out at around the above valuation mark.
The Directors(of KLK) think so too,having invested heavily at much higher prices.|
"Agreement reached for 1,500ha of new plantings on Palm Bay estate."|
|The value here is slowly evaporating.
Shares acquired at circa 1.4pence now look well bought.
Even so,I would still consider them a strong buy at up to 2 pence,for there is much to go for in terms of current value and future implementation of their ambitious growing strategy.|
|Palladium on fire.|
|UNDER !.5 PENCE TO BUY INTO PAL !!
Timing is everything and I would recommend this micro cap as a speculative investment whilst the price is right at the lower end of its trading range.
Sub 1.5 pence to buy.
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|I believe that micro cap Equatorial Palm Oil is being engaged by palm oil giant and major PAL stakeholder KLK to ascertain the viability of Liberia as a potentially valuable new hub for producing palm oil.So something of a "stalking horse",from which investors at current levels(1.50 pence to buy)could well benefit greatly.
Liberia is abundant in palm trees; the Liberian climate provides the hot and tropical conditions under which the palm tree flourishes. The interior is heavily forested and has hills and mountains reaching 1,380 m of elevation. These hilly areas are very suitable for some economic trees and tree crops, as well as for agro-forestry practices. In fact, the interior areas have a long tradition of cultivating oil palm. Palm oil provides a constant supply of the oil for the post-conflict country, and is regarded as the industry with enormous potential to influence a permanent stability and consistency.
" HCS is a key element of the Sustainable Palm Oil Manifesto, signed by EPO's
parent KLK, along with other major plantation operators Sime Darby, IOI, Musim
Mas, and Asian Agri, global palm oil trader Apical and agribusiness giant Cargill.
The Manifesto enhances the existing work of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm
Oil (RSPO), of which all are members."
PAL,imo,is punching way above its weight and investors should soon benefit,one way or another.|
|Based on projected Palm Oil production figures,Equatorial Palm Oil could prove to be a very rewarding if medium term investment opportunity.
"Equatorial Palm oil is excited to be in the position of having a significant land development for palm oil in Liberia. The company has an enviable total land position of 169,000 hectares of which 89,000 hectares were acquired through concession agreements with the Liberian government and the remainder through an earlier stage memorandum of intent with an internal Liberian group."
"Their 50 to 100,000 hectares of land will be producing 250-500,000 tonnes of palm oil in a few years. After that, the projection for production for 5, 10, 15 and 20 years down the road will grow exponentially."
Whilst production ramps up and the 60 metric tonne per hour milling facility is constructed at the Palm Bay Estate,we should benefit from a positive news flow from the company.
In the meantime their are several opportunities for potentially share price stimulating corporate maneuverings,given the substantial 50% involvement of KLK Agro Plantations Pte Ltd ("KLK Agro"), a wholly owned subsidiary of Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad ("KLK"),with its £4 billion market cap.
Interesting ! (imo)|
|According to MIRABAUD,the international banking and financial group,planted hectare valuations put EPO in bargain territory, on a roughly 50% discount to all peer groups
How Equatorial Palm Oil and the palm oil industry are revitalising Liberia.
|I am not an UK based investor. Still paying VAT but lower. And numismatic premiums can be substantial.|
|I'd forget owning the real thing. Adding on 20 pct vat + spread will see you waiting a while before you break even.....and that's if the price increases.|
|Thank you erik. Russian coins mainly. Low mintages almost no premium. only 10 % of the production goes into coins, rest is used. It is industrial material but the coins are little darlings. Snow whites.|
|Given that you're a fan, you'd obviously be better off holding the real thing. But, in answer to your question > Palladium (per 0.1)Mar 16 CFD but always be mindful of expiry.|
|I am big palladium fan I did invest in coins only up until now. What paper would be a good vehicle to invest in for the leveraged palladium exposure? TIA|
|no position but it made it in the end.|
|Well done Don. I may have to close my short if it gets above 530|
|USoil doing what it should as mentioned yesterday.|
|aye but futs a little better. still not sure it's going to break upward.|