Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
African Potash LSE:AFPO London Ordinary Share GG00B4QYTJ50 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.06p 0 06:32:19
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0.00p 0.00p - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.7 -0.1 - 2.31

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noirua: Very difficult this stock, if not obvious. If the share price doubles to 0.6p then in comes a placing at 0.3p. No RNS is believed anymore so CC will have to use the world's many search engines to find a way to get people to believe him again. Maybe an investor somewhere in the world has never heard of AIM or TW. So just may invest a sum in the potential potash exploration venture, separate from AFPO. The option being that they earn a bigger percentage by piling in cash for drilling and getting up to a 49% interest. AFPO get an upfront cash sum by giving the investor a starter 10%.
yantatin: pokettens re post 12567: Sorry for the delay, but I don't get to check in here too often these days. You've confused me a little. You initially said that you couldn't see anything stopping the AFPO share price from falling further. After your statement, the share price rose. I then sought some clarification from you regarding your statement and you then appeared to imply that rinsing and repeating could see the share price go higher? Can I please clarify? Did you believe that rinsing and repeating could see the AFPO share price rise when you made your statement that you could not see anything stopping the share price from falling further? Because surely, if you did, then your earlier statement that you were not aware of anything that could stop the AFPO share price from falling would have been a misleading statement, would it not? In reply to your question of me. No, I do not believe that I am a moron as I am not aware of experiencing any mental retardation, diagnosed or otherwise. Thanking you in advance.
cautoussid: more buyers using this lower share price to buy ,when Isee how many buyers come in when share price drops and buy ,how many buyers may be watching and waiting for some to sell so they can get a lower buy in price ,also how over past two day share price has dropped then moved back up level before close
andypop1: I will try to explain the Beryl agreement in simple terms for you. The first financial period began when AFPO purchased the new Mauritian company, this was announced to the market on the 29th of December, so the first quarter is up and consideration shares will be (or won't be) issued to Beryl any day now on a pro rata basis depending on the EBIDTA achieved in the last three months. This could send the share price in either direction, if no trades have taken place under the agreement, or they have but at break even or (God forbid) a loss then no shares will be issued to Beryl, will that need to be reported? I don't know, but if it isn't then the market will draw it’s own conclusion, won't it? Beryl did seem to tuck AFPO up on the Windmill trade, make of that what you want. On the other hand if this agreement has resulted in 25% of the EBIDTA being achieved in the first quarter of the first financial period then 7.5% additional dilutive shares (at the time of the agreement with Beryl) will be issued to Beryl whilst the share price is circa 1.4p, these consideration shares are based on a price of 2.61p, how will the market react to that? Positively you would expect, wouldn't you? Anyway, enough from me.
cautoussid: nice start to another day at afpo share price up 4% ,nice to see the buying yesterday as well the people who wanted to sell and the buyers who bought up their shares ,
cautoussid: recent placing at 1,7p by institutional investors , if they were happy to buy at that price ,would think they may be expecting news , afpo share price like many other shares this year has seen a nice drop in share price , if news soon the people buying in below the 1,7p paid by the istitutional investers may see a nice profit , if news mms may soon move thgis to nt for people trying to buy in ,that I have found in the past has happened soon after news and can be annoying to see share price moving up and unable to buy at the lowest price
cautoussid: turning blue , this may be the bounce of the bottom as more buyers pick up shares , may see afpo share price start to move back up again up more larger buyers may be thinking may be time to load up
cautoussid: A good day yesterday with rns and podcast then so good a rise in share price ,hoping today may not see the share price lowered that investors see share price move up or hold ,that the shorters not able to bring share price back down again
wshak: This is amazing. It looks to me that Chris Cleverly has effectively taken a position as a non-exec on the board at Blenheim Natural Resources (BNR), as a result of AFPO investing £70,000 in the company. Nothing unusual so far, but Cleverly is to be given a stack of options, depending on where the shares in BNR can be run up to! In connection with his appointment, it is intended that Mr Cleverly will be granted, subject to shareholder consent to the disapplication of pre-emption rights, the following options over ordinary shares of 0.1 pence each in the company ("Ordinary Shares"): 1. 12.5 million options over the issued share capital of the Company, if and when the share price of the Company reaches 1.6 pence per share (being twice the Placing Price (as defined below)) as determined by calculating the volume average weighted price ("VWAP") over a 7 day period. It is intended that the exercise price will be 1.6 pence per share and that the exercise period be for one year from the date of grant; and 2. a further 25 million options over the issued share capital of the Company, if and when the share price of the Company reaches 2.4 pence per share (being 3 times the Placing Price) as determined by calculating the VWAP over a 7 day period. It is intended that the exercise price will be 2.4 pence per share and that the exercise period be for two years from the date of grant. Mr Cleverly holds no shares in the Company. There are no further disclosures required in accordance with Schedule Two paragraph (g) of the AIM Rules for Companies. Er, why aren't these options for the benefit of AFPO shareholders, rather than Chris Cleverly, who is putting in no money himself? It looks very much to me as though he is using AFPO's scarce funds to secure a position on the board of BNR. This is not an example of good corporate governance, to put it mildly. @WShak1
hamidahamida: Buyer gets his much needed fertiliser. Bank probably secures there payment to Afpo against the buyers land. Lenders of African potash now know that there $50 million is secured.African potash doesn't have to put up any capital.Investor concerns are removed.Afpo share price starts to rocket again. Everyone happy apart from LOG
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