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Atlantic Lithium Limited LSE:ALL London Ordinary Share AU0000237554 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25 -0.61% 40.95 791,977 16:35:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
40.30 40.70 42.00 40.00 42.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.03 -2.48 -0.60 238
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:54:27 O 1,288 40.95 GBX

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Posted at 03/2/2023 08:20 by Atlantic Lithium Daily Update
Atlantic Lithium Limited is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ALL. The last closing price for Atlantic Lithium was 41.20p.
Atlantic Lithium Limited has a 4 week average price of 34p and a 12 week average price of 32p.
The 1 year high share price is 67p while the 1 year low share price is currently 29.50p.
There are currently 580,791,660 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,026,581 shares. The market capitalisation of Atlantic Lithium Limited is £237,834,184.77.
Posted at 31/1/2023 23:44 by lenses
"The current MRE is based on a 0.5% reporting cut-off grade within a 0.4% Li2O wireframed pegmatite body. However, when assessing all pegmatite volumes (with no cut-offs applied), there is significant scope to increase the resource tonnage. Table 3 below shows the overall resource tonnage and grade for the deposit, inclusive of all pegmatite material. For example, the Resource can be reported at a significantly larger tonnage by reducing the cut-off grade to 0.2% Li2O, giving an increased resource of 45.3Mt at 1.03% Li2O. Conversely, the Resource can be reported at a higher grade using a 0.8% Li2O cut-off for a resource of 32.1Mt at 1.3% Li2O.
Further studies will assess the potential benefits of increased production by reducing the cut-off grade or higher feed grade on overall Project economics, consistent with market price predictions and price trends realised by existing producers."

Posted at 31/1/2023 10:46 by qipincha
the timing of this RNS is interesting
I guess the BoDs know there are a lot potential in share price this year, hence they would like to prepare them for it, before further good news and rising of share price
or any bidding risks so they would like more shares in hand to control the company?

just a thought

Posted at 15/12/2022 20:57 by ukgeorge
Maybe, stranger things have happened. Like I said before feels like 2021 when the share price was stuck in a range. Was a time to just accumulate. The company is advancing the project and doing all the right things. Eventually the share price will fingers crossed reflect the progress. DGR will hopefully be out soon.
Posted at 07/12/2022 09:37 by ukgeorge
They paid a premium when they bought into Asante Gold.

HTTps://www.businessghana.com/site/news/business/257739/MIIF-pays-20m-for-part-of-Asante-Gold

I agree it is a drag on the share price, who knows what price they will buy in at probably between 35-45p. Importantly it will (i think be for a max of about 5%). It will remove the small amount of extra capex that ALL needs to add and add confidence (in government support).

It is also worth remembering that the company has zero debt, normally when a mine is built it is 30% equity 70% debt or around that.

Looking forward to the news flow ahead

Last drill results
Resource & Reserve upgrade
News on MIIF
Potential updated DFS
Mining license (September ish)
Start of mine build

Maybe
More drilling in 2023
Off take agreement


The IRR is astounding here

Posted at 11/11/2022 21:52 by sipptrader88
1 I wouldn't bet everything on EV/Lithium etc.
2. I would bet something on EV/Lithium etc. and have done in ALL et others
3. Can the grid sustain mass evs?
4. will the population be able to afford EVs...especially in a freefall recession/depression?
5. will we be pushed to staying local and cycling instead?

I don't know the answers to all this....but I know some that have more of an inkling on the matter than most....and in the main my take is that ...it is unlikely but not impossible to go along the way that we hope.....just remember...we are not in control and the powers that be really don't care about our levels!

My message is one of balance....as always....trying to maintain it is hard.....especially when you see such an exciting project as this...capex could be +£50k contribution by ALL....and the total capex could be repaid in 20 or 15 or 10 or less WEEKS!

DYOR....ALL will always be a large part of my portfolio investment......but we are not totally in control of things....so caution is advised!

Posted at 08/11/2022 10:09 by sipptrader88
Part of my cross post I feel is relevant here too?

"But my take on things is yes ALL's Côte d'Ivoire licenses/assets are indeed 100% owned by ALL (as are the GHANA assets)...but they are included in the PLL deal with the Ghana Assets...PLL get first refusal?

It would be great to get Ewoyaa bought out and let ALL get on with it's Côte d'Ivoire
focus and rinse and repeat....but perhaps the "cream" is already with RICCA and FRG!

Anyway with so much continueing exploration potential for ALL at Ewoyaa but Ewoyaa being only a small part of the Markessim license and Markessim is only one of TEN Cape Coast Licences with Ndasiman, Amoanda, Hweda(promising) targets identified within Saltpond and Apam West licences, all being of the High Quality Spodumene we are used to.....I think ALL's Côte d'Ivoire focus is firmly on the back burner for now."

we have so much future potential in Ghana!

Posted at 30/10/2022 17:19 by sipptrader88
Whilst I appreciate that it certainly appears that ALL is in "CONTROL of Ewoyaa".....I suggest the following points may be necessary to be taken into consideration whilst assessing what "CONTROL of Ewoyaa". actually means:-

1. I thought that the Offtake related to Ewoyaa and further Ghana exploration only and left us with our Côte d'Ivoire assets.....and yet it would appear that I am wrong.
2. Effectively if the Offtake was for 100% and not 50% IMO Piedmont would "effectively" control 100% of our product and therefore "effectively" own 100% of ALL.....therefore as the Offtake is 50% IMO they "effectively" through 50% ownership of our production effectively "own" 50% of ALL on top of 10% odd direct ownership in our shareholding at present.
3. The formula for what "price" they will pay us seems deliberately opaque and suggests to me that their "hedge" on 50% of our production has indeed been a strategically successful move on their part and to the detriment of ALL Shareholders.
4, Piedmont have been extremely lucky to get this deal at a time when we thought we needed that amount of security,,,,,,I would suggest if it had been remotely imagined what the future likely demand for our product would be and prices of the like of $7,500 per ton(ne?).......the deal would never have been signed.
5. I expect we can come out of the deal with a huge penalty........perhaps our BOD would consider this option if they were e.g. to negotiate a fresh deal (outright sale or otherwise). Personally I may be behind this....but it is only an opinion because we will never be party to strategic decisions unless we individually held a higher individual % than Piedmont or a share consortium with a common goal and a seat on the Board....which ain't going to happen!

Thank Goodness we have the other 50%!! GLA!

Posted at 28/10/2022 09:22 by sipptrader88
I don't think "long term holders" have anything to worry about....so long as we hold! (personally I'm holding a smaller core for the time being....... to play with the macro headwinds for (a) safety...and (b) a bit of trying to be cute on timing a macro low. ......whether that works or not??
But the longer we are weighted down on share price movement.....the coiled up spring will become more explosive next year...or the year after......or this year....Who knows what the catalyst will actually be.....but explosive to the upside WILL happen!
And if I had the stomach for it (after previous experience)......and could guarantee to be able to hold regardless of share price volatility (whether to the downside or upside).......I would be buying all I could afford to allocate to ALL....still ALL is my 3rd largest holding in current £...out of 30!

Posted at 26/10/2022 19:02 by sipptrader88
My expanded post (LSE) after watching the interview/presentation....Absolutely well found again Ted, I think Jeremy Naylor will have been phoning his broker to buy trade ALL today!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBhdMTK4E84

lassonde curve, up and down till production results mid late 2024 (earliest)....trading opportunities till then.....or we could be sold?....but I don't think so....the BOD will stay and steer the 50/50 camp until production at least...imo.

With such a growing resource they will be able to reward themselves continuously year after year....why sell the company to take a small profit and kill the "golden goose"?
and have to start again...not getting younger....

updated resources maybe 35.7mt? by end of year....but reserves will stay the same for DFS....

my opinion is the share price will up......then suffer next year....and maybe 2024......and then rocket! take your positions today or wait or half now, half later...or not at all....ALL choices!

Good luck ALL!

Posted at 11/10/2022 07:31 by sipptrader88
My post in All and PXC on LSE today....I'm putting here also....because of it's relevance IMO (and I add PXC). I think you all know my position by now:-

Personally, I hold a reasonable CORE here......but a lot less than 6 months ago, My trading account holds no ALL, no PXC, no nothing! There has been no profits to take with most shares falling. It is purely MACRO....and past experience of MACRO that took my £280k to £35k...and made me log off for 5 Years!
But when Jamie Dimon et al are seeing a proper recession in 6 to 9 months and many are taking about the indicies dropping by 30% to 60% and some even 90% it is wise to be a bit cautious!
I have roughly 50% Shares and 50% cash....with which I hope to find a bottom after which I hope to load up on my favourite shares including PXC, ALL and who knows maybe RICCA?
If Macro improves significantly in the meanwhile, I will rebuy at whatever price then.......that's really all I can say for now! Each to their own and many will hold all of their ALL(and PXC) shares successfully IMO all the way through the drops and rises......just don't panic if you're in this category and sell out at near bottom if that occurs. we have a time lag for DFS and production.

GLA! "

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