Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bushveld Minerals Limited LSE:BMN London Ordinary Share GG00B4TM3943 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 16.40 5,092,554 16:35:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
16.30 16.40 16.80 16.20 16.35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 87.86 62.78 4.15 4.1 195
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:05:44 O 100,000 16.40 GBX

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Bushveld Minerals Daily Update: Bushveld Minerals Limited is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BMN. The last closing price for Bushveld Minerals was 16.40p.
Bushveld Minerals Limited has a 4 week average price of 15.13p and a 12 week average price of 15.13p.
The 1 year high share price is 24p while the 1 year low share price is currently 10.60p.
There are currently 1,191,561,543 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,555,956 shares. The market capitalisation of Bushveld Minerals Limited is £195,416,093.05.
marktime1231: Well there are some mixed messages here and from BMN. Selling down a stake in IES to boost its stake in Enerox, neither company has announced breakthrough commercial progress. Both have proven systems so why compete with yourself? No joy looking for a general rise in vanadium prices because the economic attractions of VRFB depend on a low price for pentoxide flake; and yet BMN is thriving on the rise in ferro vanadium prices. So, which do you hope for? The world is desperate for a huge amount of grid scale long duration long life safe reliable energy storage, VRFB ticks all the boxes but is losing out to LiIon batteries or alternative ideas. Really frustrating, even the trick of offering electrolyte on a long term rental basis has not seen orders flooding in. China has its own vast and cheap vanadium resources so its development of VRFB solutions will probably out-compete IES and Enerox on the global stage, it will not directly boost demand for BMN or its VRFB partner companies. BMN becomes a winner if non-China steel market demand expands and if the US or Australia commit to some large investments in grid scale VRFB projects. In the meantime it is frustrating there is not a steady stream of announcements for modular VRFB contracts.
plat hunter: Maroon Bells purple bellend or whatever troll account you're using this week... Far be it for me to make you look like a clueless wally but if you insist then perhaps learning to read might reduce peoples opportunities to do so and improve you cash balance. Plat Hunter - 22 Mar 2021 - 12:20:42 - 16033 of 16214Bushveld Minerals - BMNBack in for a punt, ended up with 17.55 All hail fortune, massive V price spike coming, BE is going to transform the world etc etc Plat Hunter - 29 Mar 2021 - 09:56:45 - 16098 of 16214Bushveld Minerals - BMNThis is a collapse, I'm out again. Sorry folks, some you win and some you lose. Plat Hunter - 31 Mar 2021 - 10:03:38 - 16132 of 16214Bushveld Minerals - BMNtechnical bounce of 15 required. Https:// Plat Hunter - 01 Apr 2021 - 08:40:11 - 16152 of 16214Bushveld Minerals - BMNI suspected a bounce from 15p.... I should have waited with my buy, bought too early last week. Plat Hunter - 01 Apr 2021 - 08:55:25 - 16154 of 16214Bushveld Minerals - BMNBack in then... Just have to put my loss from trading, down to itchy trigger fingers Plat Hunter - 01 Apr 2021 - 11:19:12 - 16158 of 16214Bushveld Minerals - BMNUpdated.... 20p will happen it's just a matter of how long it takes to establish 17.5p as support rather than this weeks resistance. I've stuck a 15p limit order on with a 8 week duration, to add rather than sell Https://
purchaseatthetop: is this a mistake? BMN share price is going my PC screen upside-down?
bassguy: Until BMN make it clear how BE is to operate, where it takes margin and what parts of the process it will actually control, all of this is supposition and we cannot know how any V movements affect profits or costs. BMN can charge what they want for Vanadium, even a loss (in theory) if they can make more money on other parts of the deal, so until we know this it is fruitless arguing. I suspect we won't see BMN share price move much due to BE efforts until balance sheets show profits as everything else is uncertain and all the message boards argue about may or may not be happening/relevant.
purchaseatthetop: shieldbug...based on my opinion that we have idiots for Directors, their selling gives me great confidence that the share price is about to fly. With a company whose share price falls when the value of its product rises rapidly nothing makes sense. They are doing me a favour as I can continue to add at IMO cheap prices with the V structural deficit growing and an endless V price rise underway.
purchaseatthetop: People are agonising over the micro-details (funny civil war on LSE with Alpha having a strop). I simply look at the bigger picture: 1) Vanadium prices commencing their massive increase (day 3 of nearly 3% rises - another 30 days to go). 2) Huge needs for VRFB almost immediately. If we do not get in the first waves there will be many more. 3) The actual inspired purchases by Fortune sitting there waiting to be developed. 4) Our output about to almost double from last year. Yes, paid for by shares but remember that the alternative was debt. I don't like either but prefer shares. Yes it means they sell and depress the share price but when that is over..... From my selfish point of view this depressed share price is excellent for buying (did so Monday and will do so again Monday next week) as the elastic on the share price is stretching and stretching.
nvhltd: From LSE: 33 tick ups. So at least 33 other investors are now waking up to the reality that was obvious 5 years ago. “you would have thought so but increasingly FM is the mug in the room and we the investors are paying the price. Our commodity price is flying high yet our share price languishes far below any rational value because consistently he gets investors of funders on board who get their shares and sell almost immediately acting as a log term drag on the share price and it does seem that he is acutely aware of the sh*t that is AIM and almost now refuses to get involved hence the lack of comms. You can be pretty sure that we will not hear from BMN until the Q1 update which will be 6 weeks after the end of the quarter rendering it pretty much useless as a gauge of where the company is. We have had snippets of information on lemur and BE for years but actually no progress. the document found yesterday about projects in sao tome, uganda etc is a case in point - what are or were those projects. they are beginning to look the public sector in this country - talk, talk and no action. dividend, jse listing, the list of mistakes outshines the vametco style deals that he was lauded for in 2018”.
purchaseatthetop: is doing excellently! My average cost is around 14p so the present price is excellent. I am not going to sell and I am going to buy. The price today just gets me more shares. I am interested in the share price in a years time. Until then it can do what it wants. The price of V rising (which is the ONLY thing I trust about BMN/BE) means that there share IMO is eventually only going one way. Just because the price of the share is dropping does not mean manipulation. As we all know there are many opaque things about BMN and IMO there are sales of shares from Orion etc going on every time the price rises about 18p. Thats why we rise and fall.
purchaseatthetop: Thanks Parob...I had seen that on LSE and was delighted. People were wondering if the 13% increase was actually happening. That is nearly 6% on asian metal in the last 2 days. My guess is that the increases will continue for days at this nearly 3% per day and we will sail past 13% and onwards. Obviously I now fully expect a share price drop as it seems mined product prices are inversely related to share prices for BMN and BMN ONLY!!!!! One day...the share price will rise and rise, this delay merely enables me to buy more at sub 20p....suits me Sir.
nvhltd: I don’t disagree regarding the negative of a Vanadium price spike on VRFB viability, but the VRFB uptake is very slow to gain any meaningful traction. I’m confident there is a market and there will be demand, but 5 years has flown by for BE and there hasn’t been one single successful trial or ‘commercial project’. I don’t want to wait another 5 years for the share price to appreciate on the back of VRFB sales if a Vanadium price spike has the same effect in 12 months. Fortune had the chance to grow production and profits when the prices were high, but missed it. Mikhail has had the chance to sell VRFB projects when the Vanadium price was low for 2 years and fluffed it. If he can’t sell the virtues of VRFB’s when the price was so low how is he going to sell them as the price rises (yes we heard about leasing, but there’s no hiding the fact the cost rise when vanadium does). The ESKOM trial is a debacle that we’re still waiting for a clarity and the delays constructing the electrolyte plant is still unexplained. After 5 years the business model for BE is still not clear. Everything rests with the BoD. If it’s the market we are on - Move us. If investors and II’s don’t understand your business model - communicate it clearly, set realistic targets, meet or exceed your target. If things go wrong or change - again communicate what went wrong, tell investors what you plan to do about correcting things and again keep communicating progress. What you don’t do is air brush promises, targets or projects from history. Vanadium prices aside our BoD hold the destiny of our company and share price in their hands. I’m hoping for good news this year from BE, but can I trust them to deliver? Given the choice between waiting for the benefits to the share price of VRFB project sales or another Vanadium price spike I’ll take the price spike any day. It’s more tangible and real. BE so far is all smoke, mirrors and talk.
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