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Posted at 25/6/2019 09:32 by jlondon
BOSWANA M & A This morning, Sandfire made a £74m mark bid for MOD Resources, listed on the ASX and London Stock Exchange AIM. A few short months ago, Sandfire made a bid for MOD but it was rejected. In tandem, Metal Tiger also has gone up and in today*s top risers. See London South East top risers icon. Metal Tiger - both Sprotts and Rick Rule [personal capacity] of Sprotts have a stake in Metal Tiger. Metal Tiger has a JV with MOD and from the Proactive Investors UK article this morning, it is said their £7m stake will return some £23m. Metal Tiger will be taking Sandfire shares and will own some 3.5% from recall. Please check for any copying errors. People will remember Paul Johnson as a director of Metal Tiger. Both MOD & Metal Tiger are in Boswana for copper. On Twitter, the MOD takeover is making the news relating to Copper M & A. So, Boswana is on the map. BOSWANA IS IN THE NEWS. Paul Johnson is now running African Battery, now renamed POW. Again, on his Twitter handle, he has highlight the 7km anomaly in Boswana that the co is interested in with the co named. Share_Talk: "Hunting for ELEPHANT scale deposits: Paul Johnson on ABM*s push into BOSWANA." [a few tweets down from the top of Mr Johnson*s Twitter] This is a report. Paul Johnson also mentions Metal Tiger, MOD and ABM or POW in Southern Boswana & the Sandfire takeover on DYOR. Please check for typo errors etc. J.London Tues, 25 June 2019
Posted at 18/6/2019 18:44 by torp
apfindley: "However, two directors, including Bell and his wife too, hold between them about 12.7% of the shares. So you're saying he's thick and is intent on diluting himself after he already purchased shares and took part in the recent placing." Bell has found from RRR and RGM that large investors can threaten his position running these personal enrichment gravy trains. He HAS to hold significant shares in order that others don't usurp him. So I personally am not the least bit fooled into thinking he is "investing" here. For me it is just a necessity to prevent large holders cutting in. Any money he expends in doing so will imho be balanced by the preposterous amounts of cash he takes out of his companies for Admin and other expenses and for lucrative salaries. The amounts of cash expended on Admin and other expenses at RRR are simply sick. Between 2012 and 2017 he managed to expend over £11m on such expenses. In the same period he raised over £15m by diluting shareholders to oblivion. It is simply sick imho. The same business model was used at RGM which various board posters are suggesting is now close to delisting. In short the man has form. Mass dilution, £millions raised, £millions expended on Admin and other expenses, a long list of failed projects and share price devastation. Ramp, ramp, dilute, rinse, repeat, ad infinitum. Expecting anything to be different here is frankly insanity imho. VULPES PILUM MUTAT, NON MORES
Posted at 13/6/2019 17:45 by jlondon
P. Johnson tweeted today: "ABM Kisinka Project - 7km COPPER ANOMALY identified." [7 June 2019] "-Further analysis and review of the copper and cobalt results from samples will continue over the next week and the company will release detailed RESULTS soon after the conclusion of that work." and the above can be seen on Paul Johnson*s tweet of today, Thur 13 June 2019 via My comment: On the other ABM forum, they are asking what was the reason for the ABM share price to go up since there is no news. Perhaps, they have not read the recent interim RNS which I quoted nor did they read the RNS relating to the 7km anomaly RNS which is also recent. I note one post in recent days talking about old management of Sula and perhaps they are not aware that the a/c*s etc have since been cleaned up and new directors are in place. They also think that A.B is the CEO of ABM which is not the case either. These days, no one goes to the other forum to post. People are buying the stock/s and posting means endless debates rather than facts. I meant to buy a few more ABM shares as I had an odd number. However, due to the share purchases of the 2 directors and his wife, I have had to pay more for my very tiny top-up. So, it is obvious that seasoned junior mining investors look for the rather more substantive ANOMALY which in this case is potentially 7km. An anomaly is NOT closelogy nor is it total land size. An anomaly is subject to further geo physics etc and there will be a need at some time to do test drills, usually a few holes to be tested. DYOR. Please check as there can be copying errors. Thur 13 June 2019 As apfindley said in his above post, it is the small mkt cap of ABM that is of interest to some of us looking for potential vs mkt cap = risk vs reward.
Posted at 13/6/2019 13:39 by jlondon
ABM Metals Link: hxxps:// PAUL JOHNSON - Quoted from the website "Paul Johnson....details of qualifications...CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT, Chartered Loss Adjustor and Associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute." "Paul Johnson is an experienced public co director and has previously been Chief Executive of METAL TIGER, Metal NRG & China Africa Resources. He has been CHAIRMAN of ECR Minerals and Non-Executive Director of GREATLAND GOLD." My Comment: I came to know about Paul Johnson at Greatland Gold due to the TR1 Holdings RNS erc. I also viewed the video on Proactive Investors via P.Johnson interview etc. Paul Johnson appointed Gervaise Heddle, the new CEO of GGP and G.Heddle has taken GGP to Havieron. As a result Newcrest has JV*ed with Greatland Gold to the tune of some $60m. GGP*s share price [not intra high] and mkt cap is currently around £50million. As for Metal Tiger, that has been a success at Boswana and SPROTTS has invested in these shares. Last I checked some time ago, the mkt cap was around £17m+. Its all on PUBLIC OPEN FILE. I have stated the facts and this is from the interims and the above c.v of P. Johnson is also fact relating to the success of Greatland Gold. My opinion: You pay your money, you take your chance. If you want to buy into Boswana copper, there is MOD which has a much higher mkt cap than Metal Tiger. Today, they have a broker note out. Last time, I checked the price was around the 17p range. So, I like to get in at the early platform and invest a small sum. Surely, that cant be wrong given the small mkt cap of £1.73m. Yeah, if one has millions in the bank in cash and considered wealthy ie must have £20m in LIQUID assets eg cash, then why not go for the top miners in the world ie majors. There again, they are also subjected to mining cycles and they have just come out of repairing their balance sheets. I notice that on every stock,there is adverse comments about x, y and z. End of the day, only facts matter and whether there is a MAJOR DISCOVERY OR NOT. Early days and no one knows yet. As P.Johnson said in the video I just posted, one can keep the cash or one can invest into projects. J.London Thur 13 June 2019 DYOR. Facts are all in the Regulatory News Service [RNS] and interims [latest as quoted]. Shares can go up or down. All stocks have risks eg GE etc. I do not invest in every P.Johnson co - I pick and chose. For this reason, I have very little invested in ABM. I am well aware that I can lose EVERYTHING in ABM or any other stock. If one does not want risk, then better to keep one*s money. Otherwise, there is always risk in ALL stocks. I dont need to mention all the household stocks that are NOT on AIM but on FTSE etc and even the upper quartile.
Posted at 13/6/2019 13:03 by jlondon
A NEW VIDEO FROM ABM Link: 3 hrs ago, Thur 13 June 2019 with the caption: " Why should investors consider ABM. 2 director purchases yesterday to increase to 3.03% & 4.75% of ABM capital respectively." Comment: I had a listen and Paul Johnson said that they have £1m in the bank. He mentioned the few countries the co is in. He also said that ANY DRAMATIC DISCOVERY could change the ...[para phrased]. Paul Johnson*s purchase of ABM shares yesterday is via Value Generation Ltd as per the TR1 notice. Today, it is Michelle Johnson that is buying. From my observation, Value Generation has been recently used. In the past, it is usually Paul & Michelle Johnson who purchase shares. From a glance at Value Generation, it is in the name of Paul and two more Johnsons. It could be P.Johnson*s other children since he has 7 from his Twitter timeline. So that*s nice. From what I have read of the latest RNS [please check] the "Net Assets are £3m for the {period end 30 Sep 2018: £2m}."[RNS 11 June 2019 Interim Results] ABM*s mkt cap £1.73m, Shares in Issue363.04m & normal mkt size 75,000. Comment: I am here for the 7 June 2019 ABM RNS: "Kisinka Project - 7km Copper Anomaly" and also that Paul Johnson is in charge. He is an accountant by profession and in my view someone who is conversant with numbers. I have not checked everything yet. However, the share price has run away a bit and no wonder as there has been buying from the 2 directors and today, P.J*s wife has bought in her own name. DYOR. J. London Thur 13 June 2019
Posted at 12/6/2019 13:28 by bill hickman
Paul Johnson adding to his holding talking with his money. Director dealing African Battery Metals plc, the AIM listed battery metal exploration and development company, was today notified that Value Generation Limited, a company beneficially owned by Executive Director, Paul Johnson, has purchased 1,000,000 ordinary shares of 0.1 pence each in the Company ("Shares") at a price of 0.435 pence per Share. Following this purchase, Mr Johnson has a beneficial interest in a total of 17,250,000 Shares, representing approximately 4.75% of the issued share capital of the Company.
Posted at 07/6/2019 12:09 by noirua
Finding anomalies is and was a favourite pastime in the Fraser Range, WA. Nearly all found very much pyrite but never enough nickel, copper or gold. Except one, Sirius Resources shot from 7c to over $5 - millionaire investors in under a week. One investor worked at a hotel - he bought the hotel and a row of houses. Yes, it's all a gamble guys, jolly dee.
Posted at 27/4/2019 11:55 by noirua
That's how it was in 2003 as company after company went to the wall. Nothing spectacular about the recoveries really. Commodity prices rose and profits poured in. Investors then noticed and arrived in droves. The party faded during 2010. Few believed it was over in 2010 and the same in 2003 in the reverse situation. The amazing nickel chart: Http:// Copper chart: Https://
Posted at 03/4/2019 11:49 by noirua
Investors adding stock. Few trades have managed to sell down to opportunist levels.
Posted at 24/2/2019 13:31 by noirua
Renowned investor Simon Cawkwell aka Evil Knievil holds the Master Investor Masterclass at Master Investor 2016. Evil emphasises the need for investors, particularly smaller private investors, to see an opportunity for trade, and recommends several shares worth considering. Https:// and two years later: Good luck to Evil who is fighting illness at the moment... Hopefully ABM can do a quick turnaround into profitability like this company or my old 67 bagger friendly stock ASX:FLX, now taken over by the Chinese. Get some right and get some wrong. Http://
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