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|One of the resolutions passed today:THAT the Company be and is hereby unconditionally and generally authorised for the purposes of section 701 of the Act to make market purchases (within the meaning of section 693(4) of the Act) of its ordinary shares of 1p each ("Ordinary Shares") provided that:7.1. the maximum number of Ordinary Shares authorised to be purchased is 17,512,820 representing approximately 10 per cent of the Company's issued ordinary share capital as shown in the SH01 filed at Companies House dated 5 August 2016;|
|You may want to look into EMH|
|Does anyone know how much free float is available from the 120 million?Cheers|
|up again today....which is strong action imo after the rises last week|
|thanks qs 99 bought in here had to pay over , but very happy journey still starting|
Bought more on the open. Think this will run significantly give or take a few pull backs.|
|oops yes forgot about PEL, seemed barmy when board announced over £1m EBITDA and was on 2 or 3 X at one point....just another overlooked play.
one with a decent yield and steady as she goes to balance things out is CELLO (CLL). good management team who have taken firm through rough and smooth of macro environment. No fireworks but steady.
Agree re IDP, gone a bit bonkers, but potential is there IMO. Next RNS is key for direction albeit you will have to see through what will undoubtedly be some profit taking.....
Am researching director purchases in stocks may take a few weeks to get my stocks together, will advise
Good luck Sigora....|
|i bought idp at 1.00 still hold but that bb has been taken over by the village idiots so dont read much on there no more, zen bb is very informative kenv bit quite hence asking you for your thoughts with recent surge in lithium stocks such as kod i think this is very undervalued hoping too add here and zen this week|
|you forget pel another one of your shrewd investments
thankyou for you kind reply|
|Hi, that is flattering, I'm really no expert, but what I liked on KENV was that it seemed well funded, its existing mining operations were finally at production and should from what I have read (DYOR) ensure a growing market cap, but the icing on the cake was the Lithium and the demand for it worldwide. KENV still need to show/prove its JORC for any Lithium deposits, but again from what I have read, people are very confident. I'm in from c.7p and enjoying the ride....this week should tell whether the rise was justified and then I'll take a view on the next RNS/news flow.
Had a bit of luck with AVS and LVD but both were researched well and I believed held intrinsic value which the market was not reflecting. Both have received bids.
IDP looked oversold at 70p, given what it was trying to achieve and so added. IT needs to prove its sales on next RNS to justify current market cap, but no reason from what I can see that it cannot. It moves VERY sharply as tightly held so a high risk one.
ZEN is a bit of a "punt" but I think some of the posters there had it wrong so I bought a few....heading for 16p me thinks before it may take a pause....
COA is my other big holding awaiting next market update. I have also doubled up on gold shares given current risks in the market (SHG, CEY, OMI, PAF, HUM).
DYOR on all, I'm no seer, have had a bit of luck but then again you sometimes have to make your own.
cheers and have a good evening.|
|qs99 from your posting on idp zen and few others i know you know your stuff, how far do you see this going ? lithium seems to be the hot sector at the moment|
|Great, 30p will do nicely for me if that is where chart shows it could head!!|
|Should be a big week next week, multiyear resistance breakout.
free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
free stock charts from uk.advfn.com|
|some food for thought, i doubt you can find an asx-listed lithium producer for cheaper than 400million aus$ mcap. if there are any, they are a rare beast indeed.
nmt 219m [but 13.8% equity in producing mount marion operation]
ajm 197m [to be a supplier in 2017q3]|
|Ridicule, you have crossed wires. I was talking about PIRI reducing their stake in Kenv, which was a very bad move if they had a clear idea of Kenv's potential. So oes make you question PIRI's BoD's
Regarding the below, you know & I know there have been many multi bagger AIM shares so it's not a pretty near to never think
"The number of times an Aim share peforms like this one has is pretty near to never"|
|euclid5 The number of times an Aim share peforms like this one has is pretty near to never. Just count your blessings if have a significant holding of Kenv.
Of course they needed the cash. They had an off-take contract (secured to reduce risk) that they could not meet because the ore they needed to get the tanatalite from turned out to be too fine. An unexpected event that made them commercially exposed to the off take partner and caused the share price to tank last year. Now that the problem is resolved (a sign of a very good management team) we seem to back on track with a Lithium upside that was not even on the horizon 12 months ago.|
|If the BoD were smart & did some in depth analysis on Kenv, they wouldn't of sold a large chunk of Kenv...unless they had little option to raise cash. So it leaves you with the big question, how good are they as a BoD to create real shareholder value|
|Really motoring to the close. Great stuff. Look forward to more next week. and next update on production etc etc|
|thanks but PIRI look dead in water imo and sold a big chunk of KENV last year, just looked.|
|Pires PIRI have an Investment in kenv, and only valued at £1m with loads of cash in the bank.PIRI should be on the move soon as they are looking to buy into a lithium asset. Deal coming very soon apparently.|
|great thanks will take a look mate|
I meant that advfn chart shows 9p peak in 2015...
& now its 11p...
ie. its broken up thru 2015 peak|
Btw ...CLTV...up but phps more to come ??....very illiquid , chequered last 5 yrs, tiny...etc etc|
|not sure it is, can't see anything from web site|