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Noventa LSE:NVTA London Ordinary Share JE00B3YDHF95 ORD 0.8P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.625p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 3.6 -35.2 -61.7 - 1.08

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30/12/2012
19:57
stevea171: PWhite. >>> "Do not try and take me on. The whole thread knows I am superior to you." Yes, and you are so much up yourself I must have missed the gong you were awarded in the recent new years honours. Sir? or Lord? or just an OBE was it? Services to NVTA investors?? >>>> "There is certainly a connection between the share price and sentiment, that is exactly what momentum is all about. There is no connection whatsoever between NVTA share price and its fundamentals." Says you! And just who the hell do you think you are?! Laughable! >>> "In about two weeks the share price crashed from 8p to 2p based on what? In one day it when from a low of 2p to 4p based on what? These movements are nothing to do with fundamentals or even normal PI buying and selling but to do with MM opening and closing undeclared shorts to encourage the type of action that forced marmiesz to sell." Laughable as usual. I thought you knew it all so why use ???'s now? Does your tiny mind not understand investors are selling out because they have realised their folly. But no, its all the doings of those pesky MM's!!
30/12/2012
19:39
pwhite73: stevea171 30 Dec'12 - 19:02 - 3486 of 3489 "Laughable, PWhite. Of course there is a connection between the share price and fundamentals as well as sentiment, shorting and other factors for all stocks incl NVTA." There is certainly a connection between the share price and sentiment, that is exactly what momentum is all about. There is no connection whatsoever between NVTA share price and its fundamentals. stevea171 30 Dec'12 - 19:02 - 3486 of 3489 "So the 70% rise on Friday was all about shorts covering was it?" In about two weeks the share price crashed from 8p to 2p based on what? In one day it when from a low of 2p to 4p based on what? These movements are nothing to do with fundamentals or even normal PI buying and selling but to do with MM opening and closing undeclared shorts to encourage the type of action that forced marmiesz to sell. Do not try and take me on. The whole thread knows I am superior to you.
30/12/2012
18:46
devil20: This from PWHITE post 3479. I can't see anything wrong in that. NVTA share price is a momentum play. Good news will send the share price flying and bad news will send it crashing. I am not into all this rubbish about getting the bad news out of the way. Bad news is NEVER out of the way when it comes to AIM stocks. However all indications suggest there is more good news to come than bad over the short term, this is why the stock is in play at the moment. However this will not stop MM attempting to fleece new buyers by shaking the tree violently with a bulldozer on a regular basis. Jan 2011 NVTA was trading at 280p. The tantalum is still in the ground but unlike NVTA share price the value of it has gone up not down.
30/12/2012
08:33
pwhite73: stevea171 You are as foolish as the rampers (pumping on one shipment) to try and connect the share price to any negative fundamentals. The fact of the matter is that NVTA the share price and NVTA the company has long since been separated like many an AIM stock. The 70% race up on Friday has everything to do with MM scrambling to cover undeclared short positions and nothing to do with the realisation that NVTA is back on track. The company had already advised that shipments will restart in December 2012. There is still no news of production. NVTA share price is a momentum play. Good news will send the share price flying and bad news will send it crashing. I am not into all this rubbish about getting the bad news out of the way. Bad news is NEVER out of the way when it comes to AIM stocks. However all indications suggest there is more good news to come than bad over the short term, this is why the stock is in play at the moment. However this will not stop MM attempting to fleece new buyers by shaking the tree violently with a bulldozer on a regular basis. Jan 2011 NVTA was trading at 280p. The tantalum is still in the ground but unlike NVTA share price the value of it has gone up not down. Buy.
28/12/2012
20:28
thomas_uk: from iii ------------ it will take some time before achieving full production, could be by end of 2013. I dont want to deramp but the reality is, with recent revenue of 1.16m, profit will probably around $500k - 600k only which actually not alots considering that NVTA has debt mounting to $42m. so, despite today is relatively good news, difficult for me to see how NVTA share price can move forward without having a clearer position of potential mega dilution by Richmond. it may be a good deal for Richmond but is it a good deal for us PIs? in fact, the next piece of RNS in Jan would probably be the circular of EGM to discuss and approve Richmond loan deal, which could see huge dilution to share price in the future (unless of course i didnt understand it correctly). hence, I would be happy if share price can sustain at this level, but I doubt that as once people come to notice the potential mega dilution, this will probably get sell off again.
01/11/2012
14:03
bubble pricker: ihavenoclue 1 Nov'12 - 13:31 - 990 of 995 When it is confirmed it will rise a LOT more and you know this but of course you won't admit it. I am betting you have closed your short now ? ----------- IHNC, we will come back to this on 9th November. Powells, I have never posted on Tullow Oil nor have I ever had any position in it. I do not post on "99% of the boards", only a selected few. The NVTA share price is still lower than in September. My short is still in profit, albeit only slightly with today's rise. I am confident the share price rise will be short lived and hence my short remains open.
01/11/2012
13:05
bubble pricker: warwick, Getting started, you can stop creaming into your pants. You are talking about "losses", yet the share price is still lower than in September. As I have predicted, confirmation of the secured loan (which today's RNS effectively is) has not lifted the share price by much, actually less than to the 4p max I predicted. Let's not forget, the secured loan is all but confirmed, and yet the current share price is lower than in September. This is a great confirmation for my short, as it demonstrates that NVTA has no legs even now with the secured loan confirmed. I am very comfortable and confident that the share price will fall over the next few weeks as the excitement abates. I do not understand all the gloating. I have been proven totally right. I did clearly predict that confirmation of the secured loan would move the share price to 4pm max. The share price is well below that.
01/11/2012
10:48
bubble pricker: dougie and others, as I have repeatedly said, the "good news" you are expecting (confirmation of secured loan) will not drive the share price. The secured loan being finalised was already in the share price shortly after its announcement and again at the end of September, when everybody thought the secured loan was a done deal and the share price ran up to just over 4p. So 4p or thereabouts is the share price, pricing in the secured loan being done. Anyone expecting fireworks in the share price for NVTA merely confirming the secured loan that was already announced in August is a fool.
19/9/2012
07:41
crosswire: LSE bb: johngilchrist Posts: 461 Answer Opinion: Strong Buy Price: 2.92 sliceofthepieWed 20:41 Potted History ... The companies share price was £2.35 in april 2011, following a Convertible Bond placement and the re-starting mining at Marropino in Q1 (previously the mine was either closed or run off tailings). In the summer they identified that $30m more would be required to upgrade the P&M as required. They funded this through an Equity placement in June 2011 which ended up being at 25p as the share price crashed as the 3:1 dilution started being priced in. For the remaining period up to March 2012, there was a slow and steady drop in the share price as confidence levels dropped and numerous natural disasters struck: floods, poisonous beetles etc. They started running short of cash in Jan 2012 as production was poor as were sales. Richmond lent them $6.7m by way of an advance on an open offer that they had underwritten at 25p. In March the company identified a further need for significant funding to complete the processing plant changes at Marropino. At that point various funding options were put forward including massive dilution through a equity placement. In the interim Richmond provided $10m loan facillity with maturity at the end of june. The result was a further crash to 5p levels. The period through to the AGM at the end of July was punctuated with mandatory statements from the company over potential insolvency. Finally, by the end of June they had realised that an equity placement of 2BN shares at 1p was just plain stupid and the funding identification started to concentrate on secured loan options. Our biggest shareholder Richmond Capital, finally came to an agreement in principle on a long term loan package in early august. At which point the share price saw a bounce back and settled at current levels. So this is the bottom .. IMHO. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx OK. that was the ugly bit. Here is the good news; 1. Assets - 4 sites in Mozambique which are conflict free, with $1BN indicated and a further $1BN inferred resources 2. Brand new Plant at Marropino which reflects a $50M investment over 18 months 3. Target of 50k lbs of Ta per month by Q1 2012 - projecting a profit for Marropino alone next year of $24m. 4. Increasingly tight supply market for Ta globally and increasing spot price. 5. Target P/E ratio of 10, based on projected profit for next year support a valuation north of £60m and thus my target price is 55p when full production target is reached. OK .. brain dump over .. hope its coherent :)
13/9/2012
06:12
crosswire: LSE bb: johngilchrist Posts: 461 Answer Opinion: Strong Buy Price: 2.92 sliceofthepieWed 20:41 Potted History ... The companies share price was £2.35 in april 2011, following a Convertible Bond placement and the re-starting mining at Marropino in Q1 (previously the mine was either closed or run off tailings). In the summer they identified that $30m more would be required to upgrade the P&M as required. They funded this through an Equity placement in June 2011 which ended up being at 25p as the share price crashed as the 3:1 dilution started being priced in. For the remaining period up to March 2012, there was a slow and steady drop in the share price as confidence levels dropped and numerous natural disasters struck: floods, poisonous beetles etc. They started running short of cash in Jan 2012 as production was poor as were sales. Richmond lent them $6.7m by way of an advance on an open offer that they had underwritten at 25p. In March the company identified a further need for significant funding to complete the processing plant changes at Marropino. At that point various funding options were put forward including massive dilution through a equity placement. In the interim Richmond provided $10m loan facillity with maturity at the end of june. The result was a further crash to 5p levels. The period through to the AGM at the end of July was punctuated with mandatory statements from the company over potential insolvency. Finally, by the end of June they had realised that an equity placement of 2BN shares at 1p was just plain stupid and the funding identification started to concentrate on secured loan options. Our biggest shareholder Richmond Capital, finally came to an agreement in principle on a long term loan package in early august. At which point the share price saw a bounce back and settled at current levels. So this is the bottom .. IMHO. OK. that was the ugly bit. Here is the good news; 1. Assets - 4 sites in Mozambique which are conflict free, with $1BN indicated and a further $1BN inferred resources 2. Brand new Plant at Marropino which reflects a $50M investment over 18 months 3. Target of 50k lbs of Ta per month by Q1 2012 - projecting a profit for Marropino alone next year of $24m. 4. Increasingly tight supply market for Ta globally and increasing spot price. 5. Target P/E ratio of 10, based on projected profit for next year support a valuation north of £60m and thus my target price is 55p when full production target is reached. OK .. brain dump over .. hope its coherent :)
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