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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 3.88p.
Kennedy Venture has a 4 week average price of 3.40p and a 12 week average price of 3.16p.
The 1 year high share price is 9.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.50p.
There are currently 120,461,539 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 601,726 shares. The market capitalisation of Kennedy Venture is £4,667,884.64.
hedgehog 100: KENV has risen from barely a penny two years ago to over 9p recently, a superb investment, especially in a resource sector bear market. And the big gains at KENV came to those with vision and patience. 24/12/2013 08:54 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Kennedy Ventures PLC Final Results " ... As shareholders will be aware, Kennedy Ventures has been an investment company since going through a CVA and reconstruction in May 2012. Its investment policy is to make investments in the energy and resource sectors. We remain focused on those areas and continue to believe that good opportunities exist in these sectors although we are also prepared to look more widely at other areas and we have reviewed a number of such opportunities. Kennedy has in fact principally sought to do a reverse transaction and, although we have taken a number of transactions to quite a detailed stage, we have not yet identified one which, in the Directors' view, would be attractive in terms of valuation and future financing requirements to shareholders. It has in fact implemented its investment policy, as announced on 24(th) May 2013, having invested in a portfolio of quoted and unquoted investments in the resources sector. It subsequently disposed of its quoted investments, in view of uncertainties that the Directors felt were developing for small to mid cap stocks in this sector ... We do however feel that the Company needs to be more fully resourced and we are planning to bring in additional capital in the near future. We are hopeful that this will lead to a value enhancing transaction in the current year. ... " Two years ago KENV was quite comparable to MMO at the moment. MMO market cap. £0.34M., with cash reported as £0.539M. two weeks ago, and with low cash burn.
andrbea: another lithium/tantalum play (pilbara) attracts top exec His wage: Aus$ 350k/year Former Atlas Iron managing director Ken Brinsden will join lithium upstart Pilbara Minerals, the one-time penny stock that has rocketed into a $220 million speculator’s favourite following its Pilgangoora discovery in WA. Pilbara yesterday announced that Mr Brinsden would join as chief executive, with incumbent executive director Neil Biddle to remain in his role until the completion of a feasibility study into Pilgangoora next year. Mr Brinsden stepped down as an executive director of Atlas two months ago after three years running Atlas. Drilling success by Pilbara at Pilgangoora, coupled with growing investor excitement about a possible surge in demand for lithium due to growth in electric vehicles and power storage, has seen Pilbara shares soar from 3c to as high as 41c this year. While the lithium sector is far removed from the world of iron ore, Mr Brinsden told The Australian he was “commodity agnostic” having previously worked in gold and mineral sands operations before joining Atlas. “I genuinely believe the guys there are on to a massive discovery, and it’s going to become, over time, a meaningful resource in the lithium space,” he said. “It’s still in its relatively early stages but it has enormous potential, and I’d like to think I can make a difference. It’ll be a fantastic challenge with a bit of fun along the way.” He said the macro-economic momentum behind the lithium sector also appealed to his background in engineering. “We’re on the precipice of significant change globally about how we go about our business, about how we work with power and how we work with transport and energy storage, and it’ll be great to be part of that story,” he said. Mr Biddle said Pilbara had been looking for an executive with experience in building mines in the Pilbara region, making Mr Brinsden a good fit. While the last year of Mr Brinsden’s time at Atlas was marred by a slumping share price and concerns about the iron ore miner’s future, Mr Biddle said Atlas had been hit by factors outside of its control. “I think Ken and [Atlas executive] Dave Flanagan did a tremendous job in getting down costs and keeping the business going, not many people could have achieved what they did,” Mr Biddle said. Pilbara shares jumped almost 9 per cent on the back of yesterday’s news to 30.5c. Atlas, meanwhile, is under real pressure from the continued weakness in iron ore prices, having fallen to 1.9c per share this week. Mr Brinsden will collect fixed remuneration of $350,000 a year.
andrbea: sentiment still bullish on lithium and tantalum another peer company (pls): poster Here's the thing. The Chairman and MD are the two top shareholders, so you can be assured they are going to avoid unnecessary dilution. Secondly, I firmly believe PLS is in a fabulous position in terms of the asset owned, and the demand for said asset. I am sure that most longer term followers (even) are still trying to figure out the true value of what PLS has discovered at Pilgangoora (added to the imminent tantalum business). Beer & Co have provided some early guidance, and perhaps by February, when the PFS is due, we will have a better idea. However, I keep thinking about the fact that Greenbushes is spoken for, and as far as I am aware, the sole supplier of technical grade lithium to the world market. Throw into the mix the mounting evidence that Pilgangoora is a huge resource on a world scale. Jumpinjoey who has been to site, posted that he gained the impression it was 100mt to 150mt. My tea leaves keep saying it is bigger than that. Also, we know that the major lithium players are looking to expand their businesses and will have to have certainty of supply if investing large $$$ in refinery capacity. (The next resource upgrade and Beer & Co analysis should be very interesting) They have just raised $12m, and could have raised multiples of that (refer Cymon's post), in a market which is generally hating the Resource Sector. That speaks volumes. Lithium is hot and looking like it will be hot for a very long time. Tantalum is no slouch either. The pullback has been tough to watch, but I am seriously sanguine about this stock, and think that we are on the cusp of a big run up. The fundamentals on this company are outstanding, and there is every pointer to it being completely under-valued. I posted a while ago that I felt there is a 7 month plan. Given that they are now completing a PFS, I actually think we are looking at more like a 3 month plan. Something is going to give folks. This is like a coiled spring. I am sure I heard or read somewhere they are looking at a potential 3mt pa plant, to produce a concentrate. (Previous Beer & Co analyses were based on 1mt pa, I believe)The economics on that should be fascinating, in a market where lithium is set to rise 20% per annum and that is in US dollar terms (as the $A will trend lower). That is then a 30%+ rise in $A terms. I would not be surprised if tantalum is doing the same. Meanwhile, mining costs are going down, as the rest of the sector tanks or struggles. Perfect scenario. I personally cannot see debt funding being the preferred option, but you never know. I think it more likely the plan is for one of the larger lithium companies to take a serious slice of the action and provide the funding, however that deal might play out. I cannot believe that is not on the table being discussed almost on a daily basis. The question is how to maximise shareholder value, given the incredible opportunity, whilst minimising risk. We will not be sold cheaply. The Board are big shareholders, and so are their connections. The company is now fully funded to DFS, and the pressure is off TT performing (although it will perform). This means that the next stage of value accretion can ensue in a methodical stress- free way. I just cannot see how 2016 will not see multiples of the current share price. I am sure that those attending the AGM will be further enlightened. There is a lot to talk about and certainly much to be excited about. Perhaps Cocoa and Blastfurnace and the other GEO's of HC fame, will be able to provide some feedback, eg, on the scope of the K.A. deposit!! I think this is the crux of the inherent value proposition. final thought: tantalum is even used in the head shields of spacecraft.... did you know that?
andrbea: some comparison figures from a Canadian tantalum mine: poster on asx today: Hence my AUS Market is not able to give a value to our project Canadian resource exploration company focused on advancing its Rose lithium-tantalum project in mining-friendly Quebec, Canada. The Rose deposit has an indicated resource of 26,500,000 tonnes containing 259,700 tonnes of lithium oxide and 9,514,317 pounds of tantalum pentoxide, and an inferred resource of 10,700,000 tonnes containing 92,020 tonnes of lithium oxide and 3,417,400 pounds of tantalum pentoxide. and its share price is .23c AUD equivalent... But different economics also from a PFS A 2011 PEA for the Rose lithium-tantalum project was completed in November 2011. Financial analysis was based on price forecasts of US$118 per pound for tantalum pentoxide contained in a tantalite concentrate and US$6,000 per tonne for lithium carbonate. The parameters for the PEA include a 1.5-million-tonne-per-year open-pit mine, a 4,600-tonne-per-day capacity concentrator and a lithium bicarbonatation plant. Highlights from the PEA include: An after-tax IRR of 25 percent An after-tax NPV of C$279 million at an 8-percent discount rate A payback period of 4.1 years A mine life of 17 years Estimated capital cost of C$268.6 million Operating costs of C$67.65 per tonne of ore milled Ongoing capital investments of C$36.8 million hTTp://
andrbea: more on that other tantalum stock pls, as a guide: Pilbara Minerals Ltd (ASX: PLS) share price has soared 548% to $0.17. The miner is an emerging Tantalite producer, with a number of projects located in Western Australia’s Pilbara region – more well known for its iron ore deposits. Pilbara Minerals recently received approval to commence construction and commissioning of its Tabba Tabba project and is expected to ship first product in September 2015. The company has a 5-year offtake agreement with Global Advanced Metals for tantalite, which is turned into tantalum. Tantalum is a highly corrosion resistant metal, mostly used in capacitors in mobile phones and other electronic equipment but also in medical implants and bone repair. It’s a very rare product, fifteen times rarer than gold and currently fetches prices of around US$170 per kilogram, or US$170,000 per tonne. No wonder the shares have soared. hTTp://
al101uk: From a past post that I made here, the mine was set up to produce 6000 tons of ore, with aprox 1 lb of tantalum per ton. It was expected to last 10 years. Tantalum market value appears to be around $117 per kg, which generates around $4.2 million of revenue per year. Capex is cheap, I would suspect that getting the stuff out of the ground won't be expensive either... which leaves my biggest question... transport costs. I'd guess that the mine wasn't commercially viable at $70 per KG, so costs are something in excess of that. To me that gives a fair value share price of anything between 7p and 14p... not enough information. Having said that this could go absolutely anywhere from here, but I won't chasing it... well done holders!
jojo_jo: 'twould be nice to know what the 'preferential terms' were for the Bison investment. An 'exceptional deal' would do wonders for the share price - especially if it could ultimately lead to an RTO by Bison (which was probably the plan). I think they would only get preferential terms if an RTO was on the cards. I don't see why else they would get them. They are now very close to concluding historic issues, and have reduced costs since December (and probably before). IMPO/DYOR/NAI Jo
rodez: I doubt that such a mega deal would leave the LDP share price unaffected.
napoleon111: true that mate, but its a tough one to know the saying, buy on rumour sell on it possible that rowan knows from past behaviour of shre price movement, that if he released an rns saying gledhow has taking a 20% stake in some random company, the share price is bound to jump, this being an investment company, there is obviously hope of a deal coming through, but he could be playing the market not for the deal that might or might not shape up, but just to make a cash return on pi's buying in on volume, following him in, and then offloading to them at a higher price...if you look at ldp for example, if the rumours are true about the possible deals they are looking at, why didnt he hold full stop till they release news of a deal, and then sell at a couple of pence? i'm just worried when you see a few high days of volume significantly up from previous months, it can hide very easily big holders off loading in relatively large chunks...and to sell 400 million shares, even in 1mill trade chunks, the cost of the trades (if he is offloading them onto the market that is) still would only be a very small % of the profits he has made, so that wouldnt be un-plausible??? i'm in two minds, have had a limit placed all day, hasnt been hit yet...what im thinking is this 1) rowan is selling at the moment, therefore i should sell now, wait till he releases a holding statement saying he made 400% and no longer holds 2) rowan continues to hold, a deal comes through, and we make $$$ 3) rowan sells as per 1) above, but i keep holding, even though any possible drop on him selling, waiting for them to annouce a deal further down the line...dont forget they have 11 or so months (+6 more) under aim rules to come up with something, rarely do they happen in the first few weeks of becoming an investment company (look at ldp, piri, pgr, prs etc)... so a bit stumped really as what to do. I think i will leave the limit order on for the rest of the day, if it hits, grand, if not, it will be cancelled then i will hold long term irrefardless, and just hope all the profit im in at the moment doesnt get eaten up if a deal is not announced in the next couple of weeks, but this i have to say goes against my investing policy...000% figures are always to be cashed in, or at the very least top sliced and the rest let to run freely
pwhite73: A large amount of shares have not been traded. What percentage is 114 million of 2.7 billion. Of course there is talk of a deal to come. This is a shell company if no deal comes within ten months the shares will be cancelled. That's the AIM regulations. The live issue here is whether any value will ever be attributed to shareholders other than the wild MM swings encouraged to entice buyers. Sixty-six percent spread on the share price FFS.
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