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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
African Battery Metals Plc LSE:ABM London Ordinary Share GB00BYWJZ743 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.55 0.50 0.60 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.1 -10.6 - 0

African Battery Metals Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/5/2019
08:51
Charting School 101 Today children we are looking at charts. Now, looking at this chart can anyone tell me at what point did Mr Bell and Johnson take over ?
torp
30/4/2019
20:22
LSE shows this 10% down today and once again, for perhaps the 5th time since Bell & Johnson took over, the share is up on the LSE Share Fallers board. Well at least they are consistent !!
torp
28/4/2019
21:17
You can but laugh at these cronies who pump Bell companies. There will doubtless, in time, be copious amounts of shameless ramping here in order to get successive confetti placings away. Just my opinion. Let's see if I am right. DYOR.
torp
28/4/2019
20:00
9 bloody years - that is a lot of timing there!
kemche
28/4/2019
18:13
name a paul johnson share thats multi bagged? Answer: Red Rock RRR and MTR Metal Tiger. Red Rock put PJ into the rich club and he personally thanked AB. It is a matter of timing folks. Torp has put up charts to explain this.
noirua
28/4/2019
12:08
Kemche - "Bell has been around the markets - and the results have ALWAYS been bad." This is totally correct. The long term charts of Bell's other companies, RRR and RGM tell the true story. Years of devastating dilution, £Millions raised in cash, £millions expended on Admin Expenses and salaries, share price utterly devastated. Pure AIM lifestyle outfits imho. Definitely DYOR. Long term charts of RRR and RGM:
torp
28/4/2019
08:30
name a paul johnson share thats multi bagged?
johncasey
28/4/2019
07:41
But Bell has been around the markets - and the results have ALWAYS been bad.
kemche
27/4/2019
23:22
I would not put up a lot of micro-cap explorers because of their cash shortage and they could well crash completely. A few will be taken out and a few will raise cash selling assets. PJ has experience in good and bad markets and is less likely to fall into the trap many have.
noirua
27/4/2019
22:22
EttieBell - like RGM perchance?
kemche
27/4/2019
20:50
paul johnson shares dire at the moment...needs to invest in kdnc and EMH,BCN,HAS and MMS anstop wasting money on dogs
johncasey
27/4/2019
20:22
ABM could be one of the biggest risers of the year, taking 0.5p as the starting point.
atinos auntie ettie
27/4/2019
18:28
Noirua Readers beware. DYOR and do it well.
torp
27/4/2019
12:12
That's EXACTLY how it's going to be with ABM and in fact all Bell companies. Isn't that so Noirua?
kemche
27/4/2019
10:55
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://www.infomine.com/ChartsAndData/GraphEngine.ashx?z=f&gf=110564.USD.lb&dr=max Copper chart: Https://www.macrotrends.net/1476/copper-prices-historical-chart-data
noirua
27/4/2019
10:45
Thats it Noirua pick the exception or anomaly whilst ignoring the thousands of AIM tiddlers that have gone to the wall.
vish65
27/4/2019
10:09
Yes - that's exactly how it's going to be. Charlatan.
kemche
27/4/2019
10:01
All said in the video two weeks ago by PJ. It is a patiently wait situation with cash in the bank and no debt. The situation now is similar to the coal sector in 2003 when a director in Australia sold his own assets in Queensland to save his company from bankruptcy. A year or so later they amalgamated with another coal company. In 2008 he was listed amongst the 20 richest mining directors in Australia. Another company I followed in 2003 hit an equivalent low of 35c a share. It managed to survive a buyout by the sharks at 60c a share when it received backing out of the blue. Two years later it raised cash at $2.90 and the Institutions fell over themselves to get stock. Peaked at $23.20 in 2008. A 66 bagger. That would put ABM at 30p.
noirua
27/4/2019
09:39
African Battery Metals refinanced and recharged as it hits the ground in the DRC 12 April 2019 Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2YDLd1FL9Jo
noirua
23/4/2019
19:26
RRR type fundraising due here soon. It would be rude not to.
kemche
18/4/2019
10:52
Expect the money to disappear from here too - just as at RRR and RGM.
kemche
18/4/2019
09:48
Katoro Gold KAT - Https://twitter.com/pauljohnson9691/status/1118783199306498048 Looks a fair view to date guys. Simply Wall Street on African Battery Metals: Https://simplywall.st/stocks/gb/materials/aim-abm/african-battery-metals-shares?blueprint=315133&;utm_campaign=CTA_ticker&utm_medium=finance_user&utm_source=post Torp lost his shirt in RGM and RRR as the price tanked big time - I wasn't around to help point out to only invest a small amount in a micro-cap explorer. RRR and RGM raised cash via placings on an industrial scale. I hope he gets all his money back. Meanwhile he is rightly very bitter and name calling is his agenda now - he was very silly. Only invest a small sum in a micro-cap miner then one will not become bitter and twisted.
noirua
16/4/2019
14:34
Dear oh dear. Same shameless pump merchants pumping Bell's new AIM stock. Noirua has proven himself an absolute fraudster over on the RRR boards. Wilfully posting misleading info, claiming no liabilities and so on when there were clearly £millions. Readers beware imho. DYOR and trust no-one. This is what Mr Bell and Co have done with RRR and RGM. If you think ABM will be different . . . . good luck to you. RRR and RGM are, imho, run as pure lifestyle outfits for the BOD. Endless issuing of confetti, lucrative salaries taken despite dire performance and literally £millions and £millions expended on Admin expenses. Personally I don't expect ABM to be any different. RRR and RGM Charts: DYOR
torp
15/4/2019
13:03
Yup. I have no doubts this'll be considerably higher in short order. Shame the naysayers here can't put their personal differences to one side and see the value here. Hell, they might actually make some money for once....
the deacon
15/4/2019
12:55
Looking cheap with positive cash in the bank and PJ working harder than most directors to get this one motoring.
noirua
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