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Armadale Capital Plc LSE:ACP London Ordinary Share GB00BYMSY631 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25 -5.21% 4.55 3,488,719 16:17:08
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4.50 4.60 4.80 4.55 4.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities -0.41 -0.23 23
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
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22/1/2021
08:20
Armadale Capital Daily Update: Armadale Capital Plc is listed in the Gas Water & Utilities sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ACP. The last closing price for Armadale Capital was 4.80p.
Armadale Capital Plc has a 4 week average price of 3.23p and a 12 week average price of 3.05p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.35p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.75p.
There are currently 502,793,887 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,143,222 shares. The market capitalisation of Armadale Capital Plc is £22,877,121.86.
21/1/2021
15:26
7767: Not the share price but the amount of large sells Is anyone concerned???
13/1/2021
16:32
mark1000: Mr Presidente as your Financial Advisor I suggest you buy shares in ACP before you grant them the mining licence as the shares are going to more than double after this great news is released. I can dream but may be not as we have seen a very strong surge in the share price over the last few weeks suggesting more good news.
13/1/2021
14:33
jsd71: Acp on twitter #ACP #graphite MARKET COMMENTARY Demand from battery segment to grow - good news for @ArmadaleCapital following our recent CSIRO test-work results confirming Mahenge #graphite suitable for use in #lithium-ion #ev batteries https://t.co/7Cu0YK6Zo5
04/1/2021
18:34
supercity: If it's a sell then let them sell - black rocks news release on xmas eve is worth a read - remember these are next door to ACP and are a little further down the line.They are singing from the rooftops and have absolutely no doubt that the graphite is some of the best in the world.I fully expect ACP to multibag many times over from these levels once they reach the same stage as black rock.https://blackrockmining.com.au/letter-to-shareholders-from-john-de-vries-managing-director/?doing_wp_cron=1609784985.6167619228363037109375
17/12/2020
05:49
supercity: The black rock news shows how a junior miner can get the backing of a major and still look after its share holders...their share price continues to climb on the back of that news.I especially like this bit -"We know and understand that Mahenge graphite has been verified as the best-in-class globally"
14/12/2020
13:56
jsd71: Acp on twitter - cisro results shortly#ACP #graphiteCSIRO is nearing completion on test work to characterise natural graphite flake material samples from the Mahenge Graphite Project, providing physical information sought by lithium-ion battery companies and off-takersFinal test results expected shortly1/3 https://t.co/5CSBND9LUW
20/11/2020
14:10
andyview: still very early days in terms of the share price trajectory, lots news due and huge scope in terms of mine production and lifespan. The investment case has been well documented on this thread and lse. dyor of course gla
20/11/2020
13:10
supercity: For those who haven't already - stick BKT (ASX) on your monitors.They are next door to ACP and a little (not a lot) further down the road in terms of getting the graphite mining up and running - their share price closed at a 12 month high again last night and could well be a good pointer for where ACP will head.
28/9/2020
08:11
jsd71: Lse post by VoightlanderValuationHi all first post here. Been invested here for 4 years and feel things are about to become very exciting. So I wanted to share what I thought the valuations could be here - of course always dyor and assume I know nothing.So as I see it this is a £20 mcap company, or should be as things stand right now, so would really expect the share price to be 4p+But this is how I envision the journey of ACP and the speculative valuations that come with progress.* Mining Licence* Binding Offtake Partners£30m Market cap (8-10p SP) 2020Once the above is complete finalising the funding would follow - however could come before or shortly after the events above which is why the share price could move very quickly in the next 3 months.* Finance* Joint Venture* Combination of the above£50m Market cap (15p SP) 2020So as I see it the major catalyst will be the mining license once that drops we should everything fall into place shortly after. The share price would be in the mid to high teens by Christmas. However after this stage comes the grind of building the mine. This is we're I suspect we will see a lot of investors leave on whom could well be up 200-300%. If all stays stable the price could consolidate in the mid teens but quite likely to drop below 10p as I think it will fall 50% on peak high over time. But as we all know the real value comes when the mine is built and in production.* Build Mine* Start Exporting* Generate Revenue* Expand Mine* Pay a dividedInitial production £100m (30p SP)In time the company could be worth 500 million (£1.50) and a dividend payer which I estimate could be in 2025 at roughly 3-3.5p.Likely we could see the acquisition of another resource/project and could well be listed on ftse250 provided conditions of trading have been met. By 2025 we could well be looking at a company that could be returning 3-4p a year in dividends and acquiring a new assets. What's not to like?Anyways this is of course speculative
06/6/2020
15:44
dozyduck: PI's always underestimate all the factors that will affect market rating once production starts. NPV's are only a very inaccurate guide to 'value' and even then not a sensible price to pay 'upfront' for income some 10-20 yrs into the future. That's basically why market value is only ever 1/2 to 1/3rd any share price based on NPV's The other is that the market will value the shares on cash flow once started. NPVs are the total of cash flows into the distant future (discounted) and give no guide to cash flows per year - the same NPV can arise from grossly different cash flows. In this case with stage 1 only half the average life of mine output for first three years, profit will be less than half as also cash flow and so the 'equivalent' NPV will be substantially less than the overall NPV - as also will be 1st 3-4 years cash flow. So the market will value the shares much lower than a NPV would indicate In this case also 1) NPV of repaying the project loan has to be deducted - If 100% of capex at 10% that will be c $40m. 2) The NPV we're given is for 17 years (I think - it was originally based on 32 years) No investor will ever give credit for cash flows that far into the future (Its where the broker 'forecasts' for SXX went so wildly wrong and effectively sank the project) 3) Taking the first ten years (say -it needs to be accurately worked out) the NPV would probably be only 2/3rds that for 17 years. Adding all that up, and with shares in issue likely to be at least 650m (450m current plus CLN and warrants plus working cap for two years plus cost of licences etc etc) it turns out that 10p-20p 'might' be about the most to expect. Market cap will be £65-£130mm against 'corrected' after tax NPV around $165m. Its actually a lot more complicated than that but gives the flavour. If the co were to publish the full DFS we'd be able to see the true year-by-year cash flows - but of course they won't ! The question is, with uncertainties and share dilution to come, how much to pay now for a possible 10p share price in two-three years time ? £1 is illiterate nonsense.
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