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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bluejay Mining Plc LSE:JAY London Ordinary Share GB00BFD3VF20 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.37 6.01% 6.53 6.40 6.66 6.74 6.16 6.30 5,068,445 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.8 -0.2 - 63

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10/7/2020
15:35
Mirandaj@7853: Another uninformed naysayer! Are we not staring at commercializing this huge "low TiO2" ilmenite resource in a remote corner of our world for the last three years? Difficult situations need difficult and disruptive solutions! Yes, you would be extremely surprised if my proposal turns out to be the only practical and profitable one after burning a few more millions!
kemismelt
10/7/2020
15:31
Reminds me of the Martin O'Neill story. He got a letter from the solicitor for one of his players asking why his client was not being selected. He said he treated it with the respect it deserved and threw it straight into the bin...
luffness
10/7/2020
15:24
Something cooking??!!
perfect choice
10/7/2020
13:14
kemismelt, I would suggest that posting negative and bitter comments about a company on a free bulletin board, as you have, would not endear yourself or your ideas to any company! From what you have said in the past, Bluejay will have looked at your proposal in detail and rejected it. I would be extremely surprised if were possible to build a titanium smelter in Greenland at all. I can't see why you think posting as you do is any way productive business wise or otherwise.
mirandaj
10/7/2020
10:42
Was that an LOI or a lol?
shavian
10/7/2020
09:04
We really dont care clearly you have zero credibility so why would JAY waste any time on you
luffness
10/7/2020
08:41
bigboyblue 10 Jul '20 - 07:14 - 7849 Thanks for responding. JAY's commercial channels are clogged with mostly yes-men who can't see beyond their nose! Why should they? Their pay-packets and share options are confirmed. I have sounded them last year and found RM is held captive to the RTIT hype which has already extended project time-lines, while the opportunity to get such huge funds like US$700m into DUNDAS Titanium A/S stays hanging there with scant support. If you can discuss on my email , I can be more candid with details of the now suspended PIS for the Sisimiut hybrid smelter. All I need from JAY is an irrevocable LoI as posted on this BB last year.
kemismelt
10/7/2020
07:14
Nothing much has changed here materially either. Most on here, myself included, are still just PIs who don't speak for the company: Longtermgains 29 Aug '19 - 18:57 - 6701 of 7848 0 4 0 kemismelt: you should pursue commercial objectives through the usual commercial channels and if you have been rejected you should learn from the reasons that are either implied or that have been given. You are not going to achieve anything via a bulletin board.
bigboyblue
09/7/2020
10:23
Ah wasn't aware of those twitter posts dhb368, now makes sense. That twitter seller was proven wrong then if they said 3M left end of May then a 10M final sell occurs on the 3rd June. Beware on unknown posters on twitter feeds then! My understanding is he retains a residual amount so too little to be of concern now. Its difficult to work out why he is selling even after talking to colleagues who may have a better chance of knowing. As best as I can tell, it may be related to a new business venture requiring personal funding but I have heard another reason as well, but basic feedback it just nothing to do with JAY and what Whybrow wants to do for the future. Treating it as a closed matter now anyway and in fact could be a help in removing an issue that could have contributed to restricting the JAY price even with good news released. Agree on prospects and cannot see anything really stopping the Dundas exploitation licence after all the work which has been done. Few months to go yet though and public meetings, trusting Hans Jensen is managing local events well to get us to having the exploitation licence granted around October it seems.
perfect choice
09/7/2020
10:03
PC, he could be out, or at least far enough for it not to matter, but the twitter Seller Out P&D brigade have been saying that for weeks, especially the good Dr. who claimed that there was only 3 million shares to go at the end of May! I am very positive on Jay, added significantly in the 3-4p range and expect Dundas to be worth circa 20p on its own. That might prove optimistic given current crisis but the only way we fail to make significant money from here is if we do not get an exploitation licence, which is 0% likely.
dhb368
09/7/2020
09:13
burond1, That article just regurgitates what is already known.
andy
09/7/2020
08:04
Seems like I walked into a difference of opinions I didn't appreciate dhb368 then! Just took DrMaccers post at face value as knowing more than me on what was happening behind the scenes, as I know that 10M trade was Whybrows sale after that last RNS where he dropped below 3%. I've not had a chance yet to go back through all the trading days between the 14th May and 3rd June to add up all the larger 5.75p trades to check everything out, but assuming post 14th May the only further sale was that 10M, it means at most Whybrow will have 17.38M shares left now. So chance he could always come back and sell more but I just believe it's finished right now and certainly no activity at present indicating anything different. We shall see. I link that reference to Anglo American is a link to JAY's Disko prospect burtond1 as they have their own exploration licenses granted around JAYs MELs for Disko. So logical they would be the first choice for a JV/earn-in partner into Disko to fund its development with JAY ultimately taking a free carry for its share of Disko, or that is how I expect that prospect to develop, as just too big for JAY on its own. My expectation was for JAY to complete its maiden drilling programme at Disko to demonstrate the viability of the prospect, then to enter into a development agreement with another partner. Covid has pushed that drill programme previously announced into 2021 now, so will see what develops in the mean time.
perfect choice
09/7/2020
07:47
DHb on ignore list for knowing literally nothing lol
drmaccers
09/7/2020
07:06
With a share price hovering just over 6p @BluejayMining is one of the world's more intriguing mining ventures. So is #JAY worth a look at this level?"...it is worth noting the presence of another mining giant on the island, @AngloAmerican ..."https://total-market-solutions.com/2020/07/09/bluejay-mining/
burtond1
08/7/2020
23:13
FFS... DrMaccers excellent 7817 post! Almost choked on my beer. That is the second time he has said seller gone. He will be right eventually but there is a very good chance that there are millions of shares still to go. Maybe wait for the next time twitter says seller gone :)
dhb368
08/7/2020
22:33
Think you'll find Whybrow has already completed his selling Seejayam, that RNS was for when his holding crossed the minimum 3% notification back on the 14th May. Subsequent to that he has completed further selling which we will no longer see as his holding is now below 3% and that 10M trade at 5.75p last week was the final one I understand, see DrMaccers excellent 7817 post explaining what happened. That Greenfield Exploration article certainly seems to be PR hype for them BBB and as you say they will need a lot of money to buy up 28% "of all areas under license" as the article says. But shows the interest for exploration in Greenland and why it has been absolutely right for JAY to stake its own claims on highly prospective areas it finds in Greenland rather than just relying on Dundas as its only prospect. Basically if JAY doesn't secure the exploration licences somebody else will and RM is following the right management strategy identifying and securing those prospects beyond Dundas for ultimate share value gain. Looking forward to progress on Dundas of course and when we may know who is this new "multinational commodity trading firm and major ilmenite market participant targeting 200ktpa of ilmenite" from Dundas (so its NOT RTIT note). Looks like Hans Jensen, (Managing Director of subsidiary Dundas Titanium A/S) along with Per Buhl Olsen I assume (see previous post) are working on the local business development for Dundas in Greenland as per quote "We very much look forward to continuing the good working relations with the Greenlandic Government, local stakeholders, suppliers and the Avannaata Kommunia; the municipality of North-West Greenland, in the continuing effort to create a sustainable, low impact, long duration mining operation for the benefit of Greenland and all stakeholders." Good to see options issued for employees as against Directors as in the RNS today, always like to see employees rather than the Directors being able to buy into the future success of JAY when the price is higher, so in this case they can acquire shares at a future date at 10p and 15p available up to 2025. Note it seems there is a typo in that it should be PDMR namely "Persons with Directorial or Managerial Responsibility" who are not included in this grant of options.
perfect choice
08/7/2020
20:31
The helicopter in the graphiC is transporting Rod Mcillree to his next doomed venture!
summerfield1
08/7/2020
19:48
Https://www.mining.com/greenfields-exploration-aims-to-mine-a-third-of-greenland/ Interesting. They'll need some money.
bigboyblue
08/7/2020
11:17
SP going nowhere until after Whybrow has dumped his many millions, frustrating!
seejayem
08/7/2020
09:03
burtond1. Who do you classify as a "respected financial journalist" out of interest?
andy
08/7/2020
06:55
We want to review companies YOU want reviewed.So, which company would you like an independent write up and view on by a respected financial journalist?We will arrange for the most popular to be written up later this week...Do you vote for #HUR #JAY #ORPH or #MPL https://twitter.com/tmsreach/status/1280612385091457024?s=21
burtond1
08/7/2020
00:29
Perfect Choice 5 Jul '20 - 17:41 - 7830 Your comment: << The art of a good CEO is to make sure you bring in the experts you need, not to be the expert in everything yourself >>. Sure PC! But a CEO is bound by the Company's charter [M&AA] under the British Company Law which described the qualities of a good managing director (CEO) as one who tempers zeal with astute business sense, who seeks the best options as an EXPERT MANAGER and not just take the comfortable ones, who serves the general body of shareholders and not just the majority institutional ones (minority protection), and who approaches his task with humility.” We have a good geologist but not a CEO that the company very badly needs at this juncture!
kemismelt
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