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African Battery Metals Plc LSE:ABM London Ordinary Share GB00BYWJZ743 ORD 0.1P
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Mining -1.15 -10.61
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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.
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.
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
torp: Same old Andrew Bell supporters pumping Bell comapnies. Shameful to see. What has gone before here is now irrelevant. The problem now imho is that Bell is the CEO and his modus operandum is and always will be to dilute existing shareholders to oblivion to raise cash to pay for salaries and preposterous levels of Admin and other expenses. Bell has done this with RRR (Red Rock Resources) and with RGM (Regency Mines) and in doing do has utterly destroyed all value in the share price. When the SPs of the company were destroyed down to the nominal share price of 0.1p they simply issued an RNS stating they had changed the nominal share price to 0.01p. Thereby the dilution could continue unabated. Bell also did share consolidations with both companies. At Red Rock Bell raised over £15m between 2012 and 2017 via dilutive placings, destroying the share price in the process. He also expended over £11m in that same period on Admin and other expenses. That's where the money goes. This track record is there for all to see in the RRR and RGM RNSs and in the long term (7yrs +) charts. With Bell at the helm here I can see no reason why anything would be different. This will suffer the same MO imho, simply dilution after dilution. The same bunch of toe rags will pump the share mercilessly on these boards as they do with RRR and RGM. They only ever provide 1/2 the info and deliberately leave out all the salient bits. Hence be sure to DYOR.
torp: Starting to lose count now of how many times this has been on the LSE Share Fallers board since Bell & Johnson took over. Must be about 8th time I reckon. Just a nonsense. I still predict that within 12 months Bell will lower the nominal share price from 0.1p to 0.01p and will do a share consolidation to try and make the share price look better. He did the same with RRR and RGM. Both those SP's utterly decimated over years of horrendous dilution. When's the confetti coming then chaps?! DYOR
noirua: ABM - HITTING THE GROUND RUNNING - BELTING ALONG 11 March 2018 - African Battery Metals PLC Kisinka Copper-Cobalt Project Update -- ABM is to proceed with the Kisinka Copper-Cobalt project (permis de recherches PR 12728) and is currently liaising with its geological team to prepare the next stage exploration programme; -- Utilising previous exploration data, modifications to the original exploration programme have been identified to optimise project expenditure; -- ABM holds a 70% interest and the vendor 30%, ABM remaining the operator of the Project; ABM is continuing to review all the Company's existing projects and will report back individually with regard to each project over the coming weeks. In parallel we continue to review additional opportunities where we see potential for considerable value to be added to our business for shareholders.
torp: None of the waffle here gets us away from the fact that Bell & Co have just issued 200m+ shares here at 0.5p. Shares in issue before were 136m, now it's 363m. Each to their own but I would consider myself foolish to buy shares at or above that placing price. Issuing confetti is what Mr Bell has done for years and years at RRR and RGM. Any casual glance at the 7yr charts of either share will show the effect that business model has had on the share price. Utter devastation. The rampsters usually harp on about how all AIM companies that set out need to raise funds through equity issues. Problem is Bell's companies have been running for years and years simply raising and raising as more or less just a way of life. Yet today the companies languish with tiny MCAPS still struggling. RGM is in a terrible situation just read the recent RNS. It's now looking to get authority to issue up to 2 billion more shares !!! Both companies incorporated in 2004. Small wonder many posters over the years have labelled Bell's companies as nothing but lifestyle ventures, existing purely for the personal enrichment of the BOD at the expense of mugpunters who get diluted. At RRR the BOD expend circa £850,000 a year just on Admin Expenses At RGM the BOD expend circa £736,000 a year just on Admin Expenses With little real income to speak of one can see why the SP's have historically been decimated. Dilution to pay wages and expenses. Past ABM holders have my sympathies for what happened to the company but even more so to find it now taken over by Bell and Johnson. Dilution is inevitable imho. Buy, hold or sell but DYOR well.
torp: Yup and I'm guessing another share consolidation to boot and possibly the lowering of the nominal share value to 0.01p if he embarks on the usual journey of devastating dilution whilst others ramp the nuts of speculative projects which mostly end in abject failure. Bell presided over the devastation of RRR's share price and RGM's share price Both had their nominal share price lowered from 0.1p to 0.01p to allow dilution to continue. Both had share consolidations. Both still plummeted afterwards. And now ABM gets it turn . . .
noirua: Copper is doing quite well and Cobalt has tumbled. Demand is rising for cobalt and as Torp rightly portrays to us supplies from the Congo will reduce. The general outlook is for a slow recovery which may well fit in with ABM's futuristic plans. It is really all about the share price at present versus future asset values with PJ pulling out all the stops to get this one on the move. Augers generally quite well.
quepassa: Gold tumbled an astonishing 4% on Friday. To less than $1500 per ounce. Now down 20% from its August 2011 peak of $1891 Nobody seems to have a good explanation as to why. Even the gold gurus can't explain the enormous fall given geo/econo-political uncertaintainties. In times of uncertainty, gold is meant to go up. But fall it did. Further reinforces my opinion that gold-buying for the likes of Albermarle and kin is going to be less and less buoyant and that any expansionary corporate strategy based or part based on the recent boom in gold buying is in for a challenging time ahead. The ABM share price graph above from July 2011 to now looks dreadful and shows no sign of bottoming in my view. This is against a backdrop of new all-time highs for stock market major indeces. It is interesting to note that the ABM share price price of £4 odd in late Summer 2011 seems to have coincided with the gold price peak. In my view, the smart money is on-line and an expansion of High Street shops now is not propitious in my opinion. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
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