Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Thor Mining LSE:THR London Ordinary Share GB00BD0NBV71 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.10p +11.43% 0.975p 0.90p 1.05p 0.975p 0.85p 0.875p 6,238,567 15:27:58
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.7 -0.0 - 3.64

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21/10/2017
09:20
Thor Mining Daily Update: Thor Mining is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker THR. The last closing price for Thor Mining was 0.88p.
Thor Mining has a 4 week average price of 0.68p and a 12 week average price of 0.68p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.85p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.03p.
There are currently 373,013,208 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,970,781 shares. The market capitalisation of Thor Mining is £3,636,878.78.
15/10/2017
13:42
josephrobert: I think we are some way away from a greater degree of interest - that's why the share price is where it is, the anaemic volume and lack of institutional support. But that shouldn't come as any surprise as the market cap is £3m, there is so little cash in the bank, there is so little to develop the resources ourselves, and we are hardly in a boom period where capital raising is plentiful etc Clearly we have a need to raise capital - and I suspect the mining industry is the better place to do so - rather than equity markets - clearly it must be a sellers market out there too. That said I have invested and I do like the presentation which brings things together nicely htTTp://www.thormining.com/-/thor/lib/docs/interviews/Thor%20Minng%20201709.pdf So a few quick observations FWIW Molyhill - well worth looking at a bit more detail on the feasibility study and the assumptions - from those I can't get too excited about it - it's in the middle of nowhere for one - however the key aspect is the amount of upside with a larger resources - again need the cash to develop the resource to quantify that with more certainty hTTp://www.thormining.com/-/thor/lib/docs/aimreport/20150112%20RNS%20-%20Molyhil%20feasibility.pdf. Pilot Mountain - less developed, probably more upside than Molyhill, has better infrastructure, needs more money thrown at it. Both M and PM have 1 owner so that is more valuable than fractured ownership to someone interested in these projects. Kapunda - looking forward to the JORC but gut suggests it looks more feasible than the others imo.
27/6/2017
13:48
edgein: Warrants set at an exercise price of 1.8p, that's a decent premium to the current share price and around the year high. I guess they'll be hoping for some good results from Dundas and some even better results from the upcoming work on PM. :) Regards, Ed.
23/5/2017
08:52
jungmana: We reached 1.8p just a few weeks back. Under 1p share price is a giveaway imo.Too undervalued right now.
06/4/2017
07:49
edgein: Nothing going to happen for a few years? See the recent Q&A from THR, lots happening in the next few months, actually significant activity for a £5m capped miner. True if THR's share price was based on its assets it would be over £30m right now before the next round of Pilot Mountain drilling. DFS for PM is going to be worth waiting for now that its been expanded beyond its previous size (the largest undeveloped tungsten deposit in the USA) Have you seen the recent intersect near surface, almost 51m, I think the tungsten fairy was involved at some stage. Yeah good old USA, Donald gonna make it great again. Doing wonders to the copper and tungsten price so far and he's barely got going yet. Just wait until the wall gets going, metal presses, cutting equipment and drills will be in high demand and no producing tungsten mines in USA just yet. Handy for THR to have its assets in two of the most reliable and economically stable countries on the planet, especially with 5.7% equivalent copper in their asset. Very true they may get taken out by a major, Mick thinks the same thing. Even though its very early Mick suggests that PM already is big enough to interest majors, perhaps RIO will give us some of their £100,000 per share that you suggested. Mick mentioned the likely interest in PM in the recent Q&A you should have a read. Oh I've done my research on many small miners and the upside in THR is in the top 5% of all of them on AIM. No other £5m company is sitting in hundreds of $m of tungsten and drilling this many holes over the summer on its assets. Its a very dangerous time to have sold out just ahead of the assays. Bed and breakfast rules will apply and a profit won't be realised for those that don't want to miss the boat. Regards, Ed.
06/4/2017
07:34
bantam175: That's my point Ed. Nothing is going to happen for a few years. The share price is not the value of the assets in the ground divided by the the shares in issue. And the tungsten fairy is not going to wave a magic wand and turn underground assets into processed ore on the surface. As for pricing E5. This is in the good old USA not Africa. Expensive. Also half way between Reno and Vegas where there might well be other interested parties. Happy to hear your off the cuff estimates? Best scenario IMO is to be taken out by a major. All imho dyor etc.
05/4/2017
16:04
bantam175: Building a mine plus the infrastructure will cost $100million (give or take $20 million)that Thor don't have and take a couple of years at least to build. Then there's marketing, staff, payoffs and transport to ore processing plants assuming there are already a few there and that the ore can be gotten out at a competitive price. If the share price was based on the value of what you have in the ground Rio tinto would be £100,000 a share or more. Time will tell of course. Lets see what the assay says. Maybe they'll find gold.
31/3/2017
07:59
edgein: Interesting, a chap from MTR has joined the board and the new options are at a price of 1.75p a decent premium to the current share price. Clearly the board believes we're going higher and they'll get a decent return on those options. Regards, Ed.
10/3/2017
13:45
x54v: "There'll be some work going on in the next couple of months where we think we can add tremendous value to the assets of the company without spending all that much money, and as a result I would hope that the share price takes off quite nicely." 10:47
10/3/2017
13:14
x54v: Yes, and he reckons on further near term upside in the share price judging by what he says in the interview. Nice bowl playing out on the chart. 2.5p looking like a reasonable target chart-wise.
23/9/2014
11:33
ajlinton: 006, very much agree, BOD have cut costs, have 50% more life time than was anticipated at 2 years ago. Wo3 Prices are higher and only going to go higher from here. THR share price is almost certainly setting up for a huge bullish reversal and 0.23/24 is first stop on the way back towards 1p.
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