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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

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/6/2019
21:43
Hopefully they will have a placing to buy out the KKME holding(22%) from TSI. Im sure they will get a mates rates deal and that will speed up transformation at TSI.
aidenabettin
23/6/2019
21:37
Contract-based intangible assets types:.Licensing agreements.Service contracts.Lease agreements.Franchise agreements.Broadcast rights.Employment contracts.Use rights (such as drilling rights or water rights)Technology-based intangible assetsPatented technologyComputer softwareTrade secrets (such as secret formulas and recipes)Related Courses
aidenabettin
23/6/2019
21:32
ECR Fixed assets/Intangibles 99.89M????
aidenabettin
23/6/2019
21:29
Fixed assets/Intangibles100M gbp ??????
aidenabettin
23/6/2019
21:02
african battery metals change of name to POWER METALS mkt cap just £200k prospects across the globe... where is the money going to come from? placing anyone?
excellance
23/6/2019
14:47
Usual numpties trying to pump Bell stocks. Clowns every one of them. Bell has utterly destroyed the SPs of both RRR and RGM through endless death spiral dilution. No reason imho to expect anything different here. Here's the historical dire performance over at RRR : Yearly losses and amounts raised via confetti issues 2012 - Loss of £1,962,882 - raised £4,441,844 2013 - Loss of £22,105,562 - raised £4,103,795 2014 - Loss of £4,113,460 - raised £2,723,861 2015 - Loss of £8,411,541 - raised £2,327,377 2016 - Loss of £283,280 - raised £1,155,323 2017 - Loss of £1,114,213 - raised £300,000 Total Cash Raised - £15,052,200 Amounts expended by Bell on Admin/Other Expenses 2012 - £2,275,786 2013 - £4,751,948 2014 - £1,563,808 2015 - £1,334,404 2016 - £758,351 2017 - £644,688 2018 - £849,518 Total Admin/Other Expenses £11,328,985 Regency Mines (RGM) little different, be sure to check the history there. Nothing but typical AIM lifestyle ventures for the personal enrichment of the BOD imho. Bell's emoluments (salaries and other benefits) at RRR 2018 total emoluments - £142,965 2017 total emoluments - £155,243 2016 total emoluments - £126,661 2015 total emoluments - £91,495 2014 total emoluments - £139,008 2013 total emoluments - £154,746 2012 total emoluments - £221,729 Bell's emoluments at RGM 2017 total emoluments - £109,803 2016 total emoluments - £85,524 2015 total emoluments - £76,461 2014 total emoluments - £76,506 2013 total emoluments - £78,344 2012 total emoluments - £122,598 2011 total emoluments - £85,377 Like I said. Lifestyle ventures imho. Shareholders got diluted to oblivion. DYOR
torp
22/6/2019
19:40
'Highly Favourable'.Thats were the nuggets must be.hTTps://www.igsint.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Queensland_Orogenic_Gold_Prospectivity_Small.jpg.10K Gbp for the map!!!!!!!
aidenabettin
22/6/2019
13:47
Australian identified mineral resources Http://www.ga.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/58874/Australias-Identified-Mineral-Resources-2017.pdf
noirua
22/6/2019
12:19
hTTps://blog.bankex.org/tokenization-explained-part-1-c91d678861f6
aidenabettin
22/6/2019
12:09
WA is predominantly Nickel but Queesland is Gold, Tin-Tungsten and " 'other' commodities
aidenabettin
22/6/2019
11:42
If TSI can give me 0.135p i will go and leave you all in peace.$BTC $10900
aidenabettin
22/6/2019
11:40
IGS have done a lot of groundwork all over the world incl. WA and Queensland.hTTps://www.igsint.com/projects/
aidenabettin
22/6/2019
11:28
I know plans are to try and get an Elephant style deposit similar to that at Solgold. There is a need to pay for a diamond drilling campaign as nearology tenements like those surrounding the big find at Nova and Bollinger in the Fraser Range, WA., by Sirius Resources, have virtually come to nothing, though they search on. I'm not being downbeat as it might come off. Maybe 1,000 metres width of copper at 2.8%Cu to 5%Cu but more likely not.
noirua
22/6/2019
10:51
"I would add, as a ticker POW is quite punchy!" Will the shareholders be feeling it soon? If previous form is to be relied upon then expect a punch in the guts with a confetti covered glove.
kemche
21/6/2019
22:05
Jettisoning Africa from the name increases the scope for acquisitions. This freedom is good news, there are large scale mineral deposits in Oceania for example which will be cheap to obtain and may prove lucrative. I would add, as a ticker POW is quite punchy!
atinos auntie ettie
21/6/2019
21:16
Mining Maven has produced a exclusive report : "HUNTING FOR ELEPHANT DEPOSITS - Paul Johnson on African Battery*s push into BOSWANA." 11 hrs ago, Fri, 21 June 2019 The 2 geologists: CEO & Chairman of Kalahari Key. 1)Dr Roger Key [CEO] -Consultant Geo -Received DISTINGUISHED MEDAL from the Boswana Govt in 1998 for services to the Boswana Geological Dept. -Received an MBE. 2)David Ovadia -Was Director of BRITISH GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, -set up & led Interntional Geoscience Services. -Awarded MBE for services to the natural resources sector. -Carried out consultancies for WORLD BANK & several EU projects. Link: https://twitter.com/ValueTheMarkets/status/1142007051633266689 My Comment: If anyone is interested in the details, its in the report. Personally, I have never seen such distinguished Geo*s with the gravitas in Boswana and internationally renowned.
jlondon
21/6/2019
17:35
Apparently Bells suggestion was 'DTO Resources' (DTO). Easy understand why. Dilute to oblivion
vish65
21/6/2019
15:59
Name changed. Disappointed that the ticker is now POW and not POS !
torp
21/6/2019
14:47
hTTps://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/07800337/filing-history.Sorry forgot to post email from this morning
aidenabettin
21/6/2019
13:10
IGS(BGS) have been all over them.The research has been done and paid for at governmental level in country/countries Now just need to find a way to filter in the funding.I expect to see multiple jv and m&a here and no doubt many shares will be issued
aidenabettin
19/6/2019
15:47
I do not doubt the potential at Katoro though we must not forget all these mining ventures are high risk. ABM will need to raise cash at some stage as it has no income. The options are to sell an asset, CLNs or a placing - not suggesting this is imminent but it is on the far horizon. Dolor momentarius est, superbia est aeterna.
noirua
19/6/2019
11:17
'IGS supervised the implementation of the three main components of the project included geological mapping of 13 map sheets at a scale of 1:200 000, collection and analyses of about 18,500 geochemical samples from the same area and the construction of a national GIS-based database (information system) which will contain all relevant geological information for Cameroon.'.18.5k samples.TSI own 30% of IGS.But how much Nickel and Cobalt did they find?
aidenabettin
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