Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Keras Res LSE:KRS London Ordinary Share GB00B649J414 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.50p 0.45p 0.55p 0.50p 0.50p 0.50p 919,587.00 07:30:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -5.7 -0.5 - 7.24

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10/12/2016
08:20
Keras Res Daily Update: Keras Res is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KRS. The last closing price for Keras Res was 0.50p.
Keras Res has a 4 week average price of 0.51p and a 12 week average price of 0.59p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.78p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.38p.
There are currently 1,447,969,623 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,234,170 shares. The market capitalisation of Keras Res is £7,239,848.12.
24/10/2016
16:14
the count of monte_cristo: lets hope so...been an awful summer for this share price
11/7/2016
20:20
cpap man: Edgein 11 Jul'16 - 10:13 - 814 of 814 1 0 Tom, Look at the chart here though. For well over a year many of us were buying from prices as low as 0.3p. There will still be profit takers on KRS. I bought in here for Togo long before there were mentions of Ozzie gold. When the Togo issues are resolved it has the potential to be worth hundreds of US$m to KRS. That aside though these are significantly under valued on current production as will be shown in future results. I have been adding here on weakness not reducing. Dave sold his last three companies for a combined $1bn. KRS will imo be another that gets significant shareholder value. He's already done a great job of transforming KRS and getting a solid production base up and running. Production started ahead of schedule, first two surface pits produced ahead of schedule (3 1/2 months in contrast to 4-5 months estimated). Next higher grade pit about to start. Its been flat out progress, Lindsay and PoW about to start up this Q and they've at least 10 years of reserves. The company has reached this stage on practically no debt and about £1.7m in placings since heading into ozzie gold, quite remarkable. KRS are not alone in lack of response to rising metal prices, NMG and EUA have had significant news recently, the latter announced a transformational production sharing deal and has imminent production yet barely budged share price wise. The gold producers that I have that have reacted to the rising gold price are those with tight margins and debt such as AVM and OMI, both much higher risk but were priced to go bust. AAZ likewise again a highly geared miner, gonna be years before they see blue sky over that debt mountain, but the increased margins and gold price will make a big difference to them. So there are companies out there responding to the gold price for different reasons. Some of these companies are yet to respond to the rise in gold/plat price. KRS is a long term hold for me still, avg about 0.6-0.7p and I'm expecting somewhere between 7-10p per share in the next 3-5 years, that's why its my biggest mining holding (I do hold 10-15 companies though not all miners). Easily achievable on a rising gold price and several more acquisitions or tribute agreements. But it will take time. Regards, Ed.
11/7/2016
09:13
edgein: Tom, Look at the chart here though. For well over a year many of us were buying from prices as low as 0.3p. There will still be profit takers on KRS. I bought in here for Togo long before there were mentions of Ozzie gold. When the Togo issues are resolved it has the potential to be worth hundreds of US$m to KRS. That aside though these are significantly under valued on current production as will be shown in future results. I have been adding here on weakness not reducing. Dave sold his last three companies for a combined $1bn. KRS will imo be another that gets significant shareholder value. He's already done a great job of transforming KRS and getting a solid production base up and running. Production started ahead of schedule, first two surface pits produced ahead of schedule (3 1/2 months in contrast to 4-5 months estimated). Next higher grade pit about to start. Its been flat out progress, Lindsay and PoW about to start up this Q and they've at least 10 years of reserves. The company has reached this stage on practically no debt and about £1.7m in placings since heading into ozzie gold, quite remarkable. KRS are not alone in lack of response to rising metal prices, NMG and EUA have had significant news recently, the latter announced a transformational production sharing deal and has imminent production yet barely budged share price wise. The gold producers that I have that have reacted to the rising gold price are those with tight margins and debt such as AVM and OMI, both much higher risk but were priced to go bust. AAZ likewise again a highly geared miner, gonna be years before they see blue sky over that debt mountain, but the increased margins and gold price will make a big difference to them. So there are companies out there responding to the gold price for different reasons. Some of these companies are yet to respond to the rise in gold/plat price. KRS is a long term hold for me still, avg about 0.6-0.7p and I'm expecting somewhere between 7-10p per share in the next 3-5 years, that's why its my biggest mining holding (I do hold 10-15 companies though not all miners). Easily achievable on a rising gold price and several more acquisitions or tribute agreements. But it will take time. Regards, Ed.
13/4/2016
15:27
cpap man: Yup tom111 so keep BUYING any dips in the KRS share price!
11/4/2016
15:40
cpap man: The much more likely answer lamanai is that those SHARD CAPITAL PARTNERS warrants are or perhaps already have been forward sold causing the short term dip in the KRS share price. As i stated in recent posts there will of course be ups as well as downs [as nothing moves in a straight line] on the way to 5p+
09/4/2016
14:45
cpap man: Also you go on about charts R S citing FIB patterns but what about all the other potential possibilities? Thought that you liked to look at every angle? So what about the possibility of a FLAG pattern forming on the KRS chart? That imho is the most likely outcome for KRS offering a short term resting place around 1.5p before moving onto much higher share levels. On this basis my share price target for KRS remains [against your 3p share price target for KRS] at 5p+
09/4/2016
11:51
cpap man: I note further subtle de-ramping RS in your follow up post. You are the one who needs to get a grip and fast at that! You have posted so many if's and but's....however i am with Brian Clough on this one...."if me auntie had balls she'd have been me uncle". Also i simply do not agree with [see below - copied from your post above] this statement as every drop is still bringing out aggressive buyers of KRS i.e. any dips in the KRS share price are being bought. "It is clear from most recent trading that the rise is running out of steam and a retrace is on the cards." Perhaps you would do well to take some [see below - copied from your post above] of your own medicine? "You would do well to shut up and learn so that maybe one day you will be able to contribute constructively with sensible and realistic analysis of your own, rather than mouth off and demonstrate that you know nothing."
08/4/2016
18:37
rec0very stock: At the moment Gold is just over A$1600 an Oz. Cost of mining, including milling and transportation is A$900 an Oz. The 22% royalty is on the price of gold recovered, so approx A$350 an Oz. So total deductions are A$1250 so A$350 per Oz goes to KRS. So the pay cheque, assuming gold remains at A$1600, is about A$130k or about £68k at current conversion rate. As we go forward if POG goes down we get less. A$ strengthens further we get less - a double whammy as it puts up costs in £ terms and reduces POG in A$ terms. The reverse is also true ie POG goes up / A$ weakens we get more, though that is also a double edged sword as the money received in £ terms gets less, but overall it is still better for A$ to be weaker. Year 1 production is supposed to be 20,000 Oz climbing to 30,000 in year 2. So Year 1 gross profit is A$7m or £3.7m and year 2 is A$10.5M or £5.5M based on this project, other projects have different terms which may be better in some circumstances and worse in others. Knock off £1m per year for PLC and other operating costs and you have PTP of £2.7M in year 1 and PTP of £4.5M in year 2 with further earnings growth potential as money gets reinvested in new projects. A P/E of 10 on year 1 figures gives a market cap of £27M which is a share price of 2p. Given the growth potential a P/E of 15 is probably justified ie 3p. I would expect tax to hit to some extent in year 2, as retained losses will all have been used. Year 3 will be fully taxed. That is just the gold. Togo would add to that, but I am not that confident Mn prices will not crash - they have been artificially boosted by China producing steel nobody wants. Even if we get the licence, I would be in favour of reinvesting the cash in more gold, rather than pursuing the Togo project in the near term. The president of Togo promised the licence would be signed 2 years ago. Whatever is said during the current visit is likely to be more hot air anyway, so no major drama as far as I am concerned. The share price has 3 bagged since the New Year. People will be taking profits. The news flow from here is nothing surprising, it is all effectively saying we are doing what we said we would do (not a bad thing, but it is not really new news). I think this will retrace from here, possibly down towards 1p. If I am right then I will be looking at a significant top up around the 1p mark. If I am wrong, I have a large enough holding already. I have a small paper profit but not enough to make it worth taking any. Everyone has their own perspective depending on where they got in. For me this is a hold and top up on significant falls. Anyone who got in below 0.7p should be looking to top slice for a free ride. Although everything is going well and in mining terms the projects we have are about as low risk as you can get them, mining remains a risky business.
04/4/2016
09:50
cpap man: KRS looking really good again today. Early profit taking has passed as KRS have gone from red to blue now. Hard to buy KRS especially in any size as developments at KRS indicate a share price target of some 5p+
24/3/2016
21:30
cpap man: LOL no thanks nash81 - KRS is the place to be with the charts pointing towards a minimum KRS share price of 3.5p
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