Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kennedy Venture LSE:KENV London Ordinary Share GB00B830HW33 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25p -2.30% 10.625p 10.25p 11.00p 10.875p 10.25p 10.875p 1,186,002 16:24:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 0.0 -0.8 -0.6 - 20.08

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Kennedy Venture Daily Update: Kennedy Venture is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KENV. The last closing price for Kennedy Venture was 10.88p.
Kennedy Venture has a 4 week average price of 8.75p and a 12 week average price of 8.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 15.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.50p.
There are currently 189,017,093 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,766,129 shares. The market capitalisation of Kennedy Venture is £20,083,066.13.
al101uk: GRSL, Using your figures ($40 operating profit), with admin at around 10% and tax around 30%, you would do a simple NPV and come to a share price of approx 36p (based on current shares in issue). At $30 gross you'd get 27p. Your unappraised resource would have to be valued as an option as would the Lithium which is beyond my capabilities at the moment I'm afraid. You might also want to factor in some depreciation. I'll caveat that by saying I'm not invested here and don't buy the numbers, just answering the question.
cloud9surfer: As usual it is the 'I bought the shares yesterday, and want to be rich today' brigade selling. I feel we do have a larger seller though in the background but this is just presenting a good top up time. The fundamentals have not changed and we have been told that a jorc will be in Q2, although we are experiencing delays in other areas. This is still a very good share and my gut tells me we will probably start to see a recovery on the share price in the new tax year. Patience is still the key here. They never go up in straight lines. DYOR!
cloud9surfer: Personally think that if you don't need to take your capital back, anyone selling in the next 6 months would be silly! So much to come from this share and has Giles said in his presentation this year will be filled with news, hopefully good? Seems to be a sustained buying pressure building here as people are slowly starting to realise that there is so much potential in this share and not too far away. Don't forget we have a working tantalite mine at the moment that is under going various upgrades to improve efficiency. Although the company has not released any news regarding an offtake agreement just yet, we can assume it is not far away? If you have a read of the 1976 geology report regarding this mine/area, you will also realise that there could well be substantial amounts of Lithium to be recovered which imo has not yet been factored into the share price?
cloud9surfer: Personally think that otherwise than a 'placee' dumping some shares, there is only positive news to come? Water thickener, milling circuit, etc, etc, should all be in place now and hopefully a new offtake agreement has either been signed or close to it! On top of that the lithium results are 'in hand' and hopefully from the research shown in the 1976 report will just add value to this share? Current market cap. just shy of £25m which imo is very cheap considering the potential available here! Timescale?? Well that is down to personal prediction but to be honest, I don't think the BOD's will drag their feet. Everything is practically in place to boost production and share price! A lot of talk on other sites about a major increase in share price here over the summer but time will tell? Happy to be in this baby, and at such an early stage! We are about to go from exploration, if you can call it that, to production and if Lithium is up to standard, the first LSE Lithium production company. Future looking vet, very good if all comes to plan??
grsl: I wouldn’t be too worried about these small movements in share price at the moment look back in a year when the offtake agreement is in place along with the Lithium grades and Jorc report and remember that for a mineral that is so scarce and in such demand, it’s bound to rocket in price. These conflict minerals are used in everything from satellites to mobile phones and more recently the car industry for electric vehicles. As I have said before the industries using these minerals are under strict regulation of where they can buy them from, it won’t be much longer before the likes of PREM holders realise just how outstanding this company is.
theclangers: QS99, It was an interesting read. MW was surprised KENV did the fund raise. He did say though, he thought it was Larry Johnson's appointment (a heavyweight in the industry) was the reason behind it. He thinks it's a very good appointment. He was happy that Tracarta were buying back shares. He speaks about 30% profit margins and KENV market cap being too low. He talks about the growing demand for lithium, and that as a prospect is not in the share price yet, though we are close to production. He goes on to say Kennedy Ventures might be onto something rather special. Their is some free write ups on KENV, look on the right hand side of his home page. Unfortunately I'm not able to copy and past, or elaborate too much on this one, as it's not fair on paying customers. I would say though, it's worth joining up with he's subscription service, he does get the odd one wrong, says so, and apologises. But he also uncovers a few gems now and again, some are multi baggers.
squiresquire: I was only pointing out that KENV was valued like this a short while back when many of us bought in. Its the same Giles Clarke running both, the big difference is that i feel the KENV share price is now quite high, so ime out. But the SMA share price is still in my opinion chicken feed.
ridicule: 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.
ridicule: The share price is going to struggle with momentum without some firmer P&L information. I have heard that Tantalum is on a circa 30% margin - $8.8m x >.30= $2.64m profit pa. With only 120.46 shares in issue this equates to around 2.2p per share. Take a pe of 12, not unreasonable with the Lithium prospect not priced in, and we get a share price of 26.4p!! With many miners at this stage, further dilution would be an investment threat, but Kenv is on the verge of being cashflow positive with the key investors having skin in the game. Difficult to see the investment logic of those selling today, other than for a quick trading profit.
sja123: With the new fines equipment installed and assuming they reach the target set for the program as set out in RNS of 20/7/16, of 15 tonnes of tantalite concentrate per month, the figures going forward are fairly remarkable.... 15 tonnes = 15,000 kgs = 33,750 lbs 33,750 lbs @ $50 profit @ 75% to KENV 33,750x50= $1,687,500 per month 75% = $1,265,625 per month to KENV = $15,187,500 per annum profit! Appx £12.4m.... EPS 7p...p/e 10...share price 70p ...and thats all without Lithium! DYOR etc
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