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Bezant Resources Daily Update: Bezant Resources Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BZT. The last closing price for Bezant Resources was 0.14p.
Bezant Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.13p and a 12 week average price of 0.12p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.43p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.12p.
There are currently 4,913,028,538 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 21,632,443 shares. The market capitalisation of Bezant Resources Plc is £6,632,588.53.
papillon: I noticed all of Colin Bird's companies, XTR, GLR, BZT, JLP & AFP are down today, denjon, but the ARCM share price is up. It's probably just coincidence, but if you visit the ARCM bb you will see that Colin Bird is being accused of posting under the names Ella10 (lse bb's) and Clear blue (Twitter) praising XTR, GLR, BZT and JLP, but knocking ARCM, He's also being accused of manipulation of the ARCM share price Their evidence for these claims looks a bit flimsy to me, but go to the ARCM and see what you make of it. fatboy1nc is coming up with the so called dirt on CB. Edit the JLP share price has now recovered
papillon: 6 month Heikin-Ashi candlestick chart showing 14 day RSI plus 10, 20, 50 & 200 day EMA's. The 10 day EMA has been below the already falling 20 day EMA since early June, a bearish sign. It looked like that might change in October, but the rise in share price was just before the placing (rather conveniently!). However the share price is having another go. The 10 day EMA needs to rise above the 20 day EMA again (it's neck and neck at the moment! lol) and the share price really needs to rise above the 50 day EMA and then continue up. This is just my version of the BZT Ichimoku chart. Perhaps we'll get some good RNS's? I can't predict sp's, but the BZT share price does seem poised for further gains as the Mkt Cap is tiny and there is a likelihood of good news on the horizon. The RSI is on an uptrend that started around 6 weeks ago. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
papillon: copperz. You seem to have given up posting on XTR. Why is that? Because the share price is rising? During early summer "The Stigologist" was ramping BZT and deramping XTR. He has stopped posting on both companies. I wonder why? 🤣
copperz: My take: 1) COVID19 is being used by Colin Bird as an excuse for the lack of progress in his ‘projects̵7;. It doesn’t take a genius to realise that other companies have been making progress in the same jurisdictions. Argentina, for example, have given exemptions for their extractive industry to keep things going during COVID to the extent that they are some of the few people who are allowed into the country. The truth is, Eureka is a dead turkey that was flogged by Colin Birds predecessor. Similarly, a 15 month gap between phase 1 and phase 2 drilling is beyond anything I have seen with any other company on AIM. 2) Colin Bird steps into the scene post-Eureka. I am still intrigued to know what he saw in Hope, as the previous company that held the license had relinquished it. I also wonder to know if there is any link between Colin Bird and/or the rest of the BOD and the BOD of that company (which appears to be defunct now). Why do him and the others not put their money where their mouth is, and buy shares in the company? Seems like they have little skin in the game. But still collect a regular salary for who probably accounts for a few weeks work a year. 3) You don’t need to be a geologist to understand that an XRF reading can absolutely not be so off from a lab reading. We arent talking about one sample- several samples- all completely wrong. Only the most naive and unintelligent would believe this (and remember, I called this as soon as those surprise results came out on April 23rd). 4) I wonder how much money Colin and his finance director made from the purchase of Metrock? It was a private company remember. We were sold it as “drill ready”- yet no drilling has been done 5) May I reiterate, that despite a buoyant copper price- the share price has decreased significantly since Colin Bird has taken over- and we have made zero value added advancement in ANY project. Yet he continues to collect a salary. His salary is like a reverse bonus- money paid for failure and destroying the share price 6) Look out for any Colin Bird personal-gain angle in regards to Caerus in Cyprus- it came out of the blue remember. And is rather too conveniently located between UAE and UK. And we are hardly a cash rich company. 7) On that note, last but not least, Colin is clearing preparing as for another SP-destroying placing. He will hide behind the wall of excuses that were given in the half yearly report. That was to soften us up before the fatal blows. In a normal world where a company actually advances mining projects up the value chain- we would be maybe sitting at 0.5-1 so the share price would survive it. As it stands now- we don’t have a lot let in the kitty and, remember, companies need to raise a long time before the cash runs out, so it could be coming soon. Im guessing many of the current Pis were spiked on the back of those patently false XRF readings so have every right to be aggrieved. I would suggest any of you look on twitter, advfn or here and see that the same black clouds of slow progress, ramping, circled CB since he has been in AIM. There is no smoke without fire, and that fire has been burning for years. But he is 77, he knows the game well. Living the life of luxury for the rest of his years no doubt.
copperz: Whether you like it or not, I was the only who predicted that Mankayan wouldnt happen. The fact it was never mentioned, never ramped- was a red flag for me and I was vindicated. BAsed on this, perhaps you should listen when I have concerns... I am surprised noone is questioning where the lab assays are from Zambia, the ones that were expected in 2nd half of May. In case you guys havent noticed....we are in August now. I just find it 'interesting' that we had these incredible (non-verifiable by anyone who didnt have the hand held machine) results out of nowhere, followed by a couple of interviews and the share price almost doubled. Meanwhile, the subsequent confirmatory assays on 2 small samples are over 2 months late. There is a company called RMS which i am sure most of you have heard of. Its price hit 5-6 before the directors started selling en masse. PIs, as gullible as ever, stuck in and called everyone who warned them- a deramper. The share price is now 0.8. You would think they would have learned their lessons? Some are still holding for a stock miracle. Dont be a RMS PI. Do your homework and ask probing questioning. You are welcome!
copperz: Colin Bird: Age- 77 Residence- UAE (tax haven) Current record on AIM: Time he became CEO of BZT- share price 0.5….now 0.25 ( down 100%) Time he became CEO of XTR- share price 10...now 4.0 (down 125%) Time he became CEO of Galileo 7.38...now 1.48 (down 400%) Salary from these 3 companies alone circa £130k (based on last business year records) Public assets (from listed companies): $3,123,528 USD Galileo by far his biggest holding at $1.5 million, XTR around $750k and BZT $380k (for full listing see marketscreener) List of companies of which he is either a Chairman or Director of: African Pioneer Plc, Bird Leisure and Admin (Pty) Ltd, Braemore Resources Ltd, Dullstroom Plats (Pty) Ltd, Ferrum Crescent Limited, Galagen (Pty) Ltd, Galileo Resources Plc, Galileo Resources South Africa (Pty) Ltd, 6 Bezant Resources Plc Board of directors (continued) Glenover Phosphate (Pty) Ltd, Holyrood Platinum (Pty) Ltd, Jubilee Metals Group Plc, Jubilee Tailings Treatment Company (Pty) Ltd, Lion Mining Finance Ltd, M.I.T. Ventures Group, Maude Mining & Exploration (Pty) Ltd, New Age Metals Inc, NewPlats (Tjate) (Pty) Ltd, Revelo Resources Corp, Tiger Resource Finance Plc, Tjate Platinum Corporation (Pty) Ltd, Umhlanga Lighthouse Café CC, Windsor Platinum Investments (Pty) Ltd and Xtract Resources Plc. I think in total it is 27 companies. You can find the full list and directorships, again, on MarketScreener. You can see a pattern emerge. Criticism and impatience mounts on LSE/advfn/twitter/email etc there is a sudden rushed outpour of interviews on sharetalk, positive RNS, the share price recovers, then CB returns to one of his other 26 companies (or to the beach in tax haven UAE) and goes quiet for a while. Placings after placings. Warrants after warrants. Dilution after dilution. Rinse, cycle and repeat. If anyone ever wondered for the slow progress of his companies over the years. Then you pretty much have the answer here. 27 companies- around 7 of them he is the CEO/Chairman….at 77 years old. You can also understand how overlapping his investments are. Take BZT, which is by no means a cash rich company, it doesn’t even generate income. After a mediocre copper drill assay, out of the blue they bought a manganese company Metalrock (which he was director of) from another company Tiger Resources (which he is also director of). Another of the directors of BZT (I think Finance Director), was also a director of at least one of the other companies. Meanwhile, 5 months after….nothing has been heard about any plans to develop the supposed lucrative ‘drill ready’ manganese sites. I would double check every acquisition he makes to see if it touches on the web that is his holdings. I just discovered marketscreener but I will be using it to check out every CEO/chairman in future. Prediction- I am 99% sure that the next week or two will be full of ramping interviews and RNS...watch this space.
copperman1: 1) Mankayan needs to be put on market ASAP. BZT have held that for years to no avail and its far away from its emerging core in Southern Africa. The failure of the RTO has been a blessing in disguise with the current soaring price. There is a lot more interest in BZT and copper in general in the last week so this is the time to do it. Hire a financial institution to put it up for sale. Someone on here or twitter wrote that they can see a doubling in the share price if it was put on the market (even before the sale). I wholeheartedly agree. I think there should be a wholesale sell, not even an earn in agreement which will take ages for the cash to be realised. Yes it will mean less money in the long term but they money could be used to supercharge drilling and exploration in Africa. I hope it won just be used again as a pawn/carrot-on-stick to ramp and then issue more shares on the back of this. Thats what happened last autumn. So many people got into BZT purely because of Mankayan so its very noted that Zak never asks question about it and Colin never mentions it. That is what first made me think the deal wasnt going through and I was 100% correct (much to the annoyance of many here who said I was wrong). As someone said on Galileo board, if things are going well- Colin will talk it up to death, when he stays silent on a project- be very worried. Im hoping that our new TR1 guy knows something and there could something juicy in the pipleline with Mankayan. 2) Hope- air reconnasaince to start- $300k cost, that will obviously be followed by further drilling 3) Zambia copper- formal assay results will be released end of May 4) Kanye manganese- he didnt offer much on this. For those who are new or didnt notice- after the lukewarm market reaction to the much awaited Hope assays- BZT took a side step and bought Metalrock from Tiger Metals- NB buried in the text….Colin was/is a director of both of the latter! The RNS at the time said they had ‘drill ready’ sites but no drilling has began or been scheduled. Colins response to this was the weakest of the 3 African sites- ‘i think we should stop beating about the bush and get on with drilling’. Hardly fills you with confidence 3 months after the sale was announced. No mention of the further reconnaisance that was supposed to aid with drilling on the “drill ready” sites. Hmmmm…. 5) SP- hopefully we can break through the 0.3 barrier and hold it. If we go through another lull period of Bird-silence then it will retrace to 0.2. I think putting Mankayan on the market is key here to supercharge drilling and rescue this company from its malaise and halving of share price since Colin took over. From an old article posted recently- lets not forget that BZT was once a bona fide mid cap with a share price of over £10 before it turned into a penny stock. 6) Funding- I cant imagine there is much cash in the kitty left now- good to see he mentioned the cost of the Hope air reconnaisance. Its an improvement. Will there be relentless ramping followed by a placement to take advantage of the resultant higher price? As someone said on the XTR board last week- ‘Colin Bird is doing what he does best, raising money on AIM’. These are the type of pertinent and important points the BAG should be raising with CB and they should pin him down into an answer as we know how slippery he can be.
jlondon: --------------END OF MMIH-BZT AGREEMENT, 8 APR 2021----------- The more recent BZT RNS said that Counsel in Singapore is being consulted over the procedures relating to termination of the above. [para phrased]. BZT STILL OWNS 20% OF MANKAYAN, 80% MMIH From what I have read from the BZT RNS, the co did NOT allow a WAIVER to MMIH once the MMIH-Asia Phos RTO could not be completed. RTG MINING LISTED ON ASX, AUSTRALIA They have the MABILO gold copper project in Eastern Luzon, Philippines. Link: hxxps://www.rtgmining.com/projects/mabilo/ RTG also had a JV partner and their agreement also ENDED. "MAJOR VICTORY FOR MT MABILO AGAINST FORMER JV PARTNER." It was a Tribunal case heard in Singapore. The Mabilo project was returned 100% back to the co at "NO COST" TO Mt Mabilo. It was also stated that the JV partner had to "DELIVER ALL ORIGINALS OF P E R M I T S and documents." The JV partner also "WAS AND IS NOT ENTITLED TO BE NAMED AUTHORISED OPERATOR OR EXCLUSIVE DRILLER AT MABILO." "MT LABO WAS AWARDED A$33.6 MILLION IN DAMAGES AND COSTS & MUST TRANSFER SURFACE RIGHTS ACQUIRED AT COST." All counter-claims by the JV partner were dismissed. The details are in the link above. -----------CLARIFICATION NEEDED BY MR BIRD, EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN, BZT-------- It would appear that MMIH: 1]Could TRANSFER BACK 80% of Mankayan back to BZT WITHOUT NEED TO GO TO THE SINGAPORE INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION TRIBUNAL as RTG? 2] Thankfully, BZT did NOT transfer 100% of Mankayan to MMIH but only 80%. BZT still a minority holder. 3] The MANKAYAN LICENCE [standard 25 years] has to be RENEWED ON 11 NOV 2021, CAN BZT THE 20% HOLDER RENEW THE LICENCE? 4] The agreement with MMIH seems clear. It was CONTINGENT upon the RTO and MMIH has NOT PAID BZT FOR 80% OF MANKAYAN which is now very costly given the Value in Situ. WITHOUT PAYING BZT FOR 80% OF MANKAYAN, it would appear that a general principle of law is that any asset etc has to have "CONSIDERATION" [legal term]. WITHOUT CONSIDERATION, in law, there can be NO OWNERSHIP. 5] It would seem sensible that MMIH should with immediate effect start the process of transferring 80% of Mankayan back to BZT. Why? It would mean that it saves them LEGAL COSTS, COMPENSATION ETC if any? Hence, we look forward to hearing from Mr Bird. Also, Mr Lawrence Read, CEO of BZT in an interview with Proactive Investors, UK in 2019 said that due to the Philippines fiscal regime and copper price, the deal with MMIH was the way forward kinda thing. However, this is NO LONGER THE CASE NOW - Philippines has LIFTED THE MINING BAN ON 15 APR 2021, 1 wk after the MMIH DEAL WAS TERMINATED given that BZT did NOT ALLOW A "WAIVER." Also, the price of copper has hit US$10,000/t a few days ago but has fallen back a bit to the high $9,000/t+. Copper is also at a all-time-high. So, with Mankayan now a flagship assets with JORC, what is Mr Bird*s thoughts and strategy now for BZT? With thanks. Mon, 3 May 2021.
jlondon: ---C O N C L U S I O N--- BZT MANKAYAN Then, on JORC 2004, it had a value-in-situ of US$12.57 BILLION [Edison] Today, on JORC 2012 updated by MMIH, it has a value-in-situ of US$48.32 BILLION [illus] Goldfield offered 0. 55 % of value in situ of US$12.57billion then. at US$70m. [or £50.7 million at today*s fx of 1.38, 1 May 2021] If, today Goldfield offered 0.55% of the NEW VALUE-IN-SITU ILLUSTRATION BASED ON MMIH JORC 2012 UPDATED AT US$48.32 BILLION they may have to offer US$ 263. 5 MILLION OR £190 MILLION [fx 1.38, 1 May 2021] -- LAPANTO FSE Goldfied paid 1.13% on Value-in-situ of US$48.32 billion THEN. The FSE value-in-situ for illustration is US$75.93 BILLION TODAY. OBSERVATION: Of interest is how the MMIH JORC 2012 UPDATED has increased the Value-in-situ illustration from US$12.5 billion then TO US $48 billion TODAY. versus Goldfield-Lepanto FSE with Value-in-situ, US$48.32 billion then and US$75.93 billion today. FSE was mentioned in the above article that it was ONE of the MAJOR projects. BZT*s Mankayan, being the NEIGHBOUR TO FSE [Goldfield-Lepanto] is of interest. NEWCREST Just found out that Newcrest has formed "NEWCREST MINERALS [PHILS] and has an office in Makati, Manila, Philippines. hxxps://www.dnb.com/business-directory/company-information.gold-silver-mining.html Sorry for so many posts. As I researched, I had to post the notes so that it is not lost in a whole mire of data. One cant find everything at once given there is so much to look for especially to look through Goldfield*s Annual Reports that go into hundreds of pages eg 116 pg etc. Sat, 1 May 2021. Situation has changed in the Philippines with the LIFTING OF THE MINING BAN. Per MMIH above [this page has a factsheet] stated: "MMIH WILL NOW TAKE THIS PROJECT TO FEASIBILITY STUDY AT WHICH THE ASSET VALUATION WILL INCREASE M U L T I - F O L D." Yes, that is generally known as Value-in-Situ increases when it goes to FS stage and development. Otherwise, Goldfield offered BZT Mankayan @0.55% of Value in Situ then. However, they paid 1.13% of Value in situ for FSE. There is no doubt that the Philippines has stated that FDI*s [FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENTS] come to $23 billion which means that foreign co*s are able to finance the big projects, one of which was LEPANTO FSE. Today, Mankayan @2012 Updated JORC is also a BIG PROJECT ["WORLD CLASS-LOW TIER 1"] per Laurence Read, CEO of BZT in 2019 in an interview with Proactive Investors at the time of the MMIH deal. Due to the 2 reasons Mr Read stated ie fiscal regime in 2019 and copper prices, BZT was in no position to get a better offer then. Now, the lifting of the Philippines mining ban and copper prices hitting an all time high of US$10,000/t, BZT*S MANAKAYAN WITH A NEW UPDATE 2012 JORC IS NO LONGER IN THE SAME POSITION AS THE RESOURCES WAS INCREASED BY MORE THAN DOUBLE [CFO, MMIH to Proactive Investors in early Dec 2020]. The MMIH deal has fallen through on 8 Apr 2021 and ONE WEEK AFTER, the Phillipines govt lifted the mining ban. Then, the copper prices stated rising. 3rd time fortunate for BZT Mankayan. DYOR. Please check as there can be typo errors.
the stigologist: BZT Bezant Resources 'Green' Battery Metals play (Copper) Share Price : 0.25p Shares o/s : 3.8bn Mkt Cap : c.£10m Cash (est) : £1.0m (Half Year Results announced Oct 2020 : Cash at y/e June 2020 was £400k vs H1 Loss of £260k ; Post Year End Fundraise of £600k + Multiple Warrant Exercises totalling c.£750k+) Projects : Mankayan Copper/Gold (Phillipines) Hope Copper/Gold (Namibia) Kalengwe Copper (Zambia) Colin Bird has been talking a LOT about Kalengwe (TWO 100m+ 1% Copper intersection drills reasonably near surface) and Hope recently but been shtum on the project which has always been the one synonymous with BZT namely Mankayan Mankayan was 'sold' at trough in Copper market in October 2019. That transaction has now fallen through. Luckily the Copper price is way higher. Due to Transaction termination are Bezant due cash from Counterparties that breached agreement ? In 2011 BZT hooked Gold Fields to sell Mankayan option for up to $70m. Gold Fields eventually didn't take up their option and project reverted to BZT Now by luck or judgement BZT have Mankayan back and going into a Green Battery Metals supercycle. A £10m Market Cap company with a $500-2000m NPV project Mankayan potential NPV range @ $3.50/lb copper $500-2000m ! (vs current Copper price $4.30/lb) Breakout of 50 and 200 day Moving Averages + Wedge pattern on Volume ? Huge long term basing pattern
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