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
  0.30 3.37% 9.20 2,872,165 12:41:14
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
9.10 9.30 9.55 8.80 9.10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 150.63 67.91 2.27 3.9 103
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:11:26 O 33 9.30 GBX

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31/3/2020
09:20
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 8.90p.
Bushveld Minerals Limited has a 4 week average price of 7.75p and a 12 week average price of 7.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 36p while the 1 year low share price is currently 7.75p.
There are currently 1,119,057,953 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 6,978,517 shares. The market capitalisation of Bushveld Minerals Limited is £102,953,331.68.
25/3/2020
22:05
capablanca64: Hot off the press Alf is now claiming that a Chinese shorter developed the Corona virus just to drive down the BMN share price :)
19/2/2020
17:37
truthhurtslessthan losses: Haha I don't think I was super positive, but then if you put me at to you it could well seem that way! What I have been though so far is right. I called the bottom well and held off most of my investment after the worst or the risks/headwinds were cleared (V price decline and results come to mind) Today I called that we would be pegged back on the losses and so sold a good portion of my shares as a hedge. Naturally, I look for value in a share and invest appropriately from there. V prices rising increased the value so I invested. There was more value in the share last Friday as it had risen over 20% since then and a) dont feel like that is fully supported by V prices and b) expect profit taking to some degree hence my decision today. That's my thought process, which I'm sure most will be able to understand. (And I've been transparent enough to explain this) I think most are still trying to understand your position after months of negative droning about a company you claim to be invested in. If it walks like a duck and it talks like a duck, it probably is a duck! Further V price rises or a decline in share price to represent better value would turn me bullish again. Good luck all.
18/2/2020
19:47
74tom: Why would someone who supposedly owns 7m shares worth over £1.5m; a.) Spend every day criticising the company they hold shares in? b.) Continue to hold such a significant volume of shares in a company that they have such clear distain for? The only logical answer to both of these is that this person must be insane, as such behaviour is so contradictory. “Ooooh, I’m going to hold £1.5m of shares in a company I hate & whose BOD can’t be trusted”. Yeah right. As stated earlier, I’m convinced that you used to hold 7m shares back in about 2016 and sold them all before the initial rise from 2p - 8p , you are now bitter and twisted and can’t bear the thought of BMN actually succeeding and the share price reaching £1+, so you are determined to talk others out of buying or holding. Either that or you are actually insane.
14/2/2020
19:57
truthhurtslessthan losses: It's not sick it's just a bit disingenuous. I don't think it will matter for too much longer. I think as much as some may hate to admit it NV has played the smart move so far. He's ridden the share price on the way down, picking up the on things that to some were only glaringly obvious in hindsight. Unless I'm giving him way too much credit he will exit the share soon, the rising vanadium price is the writing on the wall for the short investment case. I suspect the recent noise is just one last hoorah to try and hold the price down whilst his broker buys back the shares he borrowed. If he's smart (which I think he is) he will exit the stock completely at the first sign that V price is creating impetus in the share price.
10/2/2020
09:07
truthhurtslessthan losses: The share price will follow suit. It's never going to be perfectly linear and I think investors are still trying to fully understand the impact of China. V Prices have been green every day since though. I think that's because China is a net exporter of V and so I'm willing to bet on that benefiting the company. Every green day for V would appear to prove me right and so in my view the share price will catch up with that in due course.
16/1/2020
21:57
truthhurtslessthan losses: I notice that Largo stayed away from reporting on the V price in their update which I'm sure will have helped given where V prices are currently. At least given that they have delivered on production increases if V price was ever to recover they would be primed to benefit hugely. Imagine where we would have been if we had managed to produce another 2000 tonnes during that 2018/19 period of sky high priced. At average prices of just $60 we would have made $40k per tonne profit so an extra $80m of cash in the war chest. NVH is right to bemoan the lack of progress it has cost shareholders a third of the current share price in cash in that respect. Let's not be too quick to forget that when we're talking about Fortunes track record. I agree that targets and reality are two different things but he should be careful not to mislead investors and investors should be careful not to be misled. Particularly where V prices and BE are concerned...
04/1/2020
13:51
74tom: I’d really appreciate that TruthHurts - Bushveld has always been a very interesting investment case, however I’m not a fan of the cult like LSE bulletin board where contrarian opinions or objective evidence are treated like sacrilege. The fact is none of the experts over there foresaw the collapse of the Vanadium price, and the inevitable negative impact on the share price. Instead they would rather blame it on market makers manipulating the share price or shorting activity , despite a notifiable position never being disclosed. So in summary, objective research is at a premium, so any fact based update on pricing that you can provide will be very useful!
18/12/2019
15:25
jc2706: I am pretty certain that the share price has been heavily impacted by the Vanadium price (indeed, I could make a pretty decent argument that it explains the entire fall) but I don't see any 3 month lag. The share price peaked first on 16th November which marks the top of the Vanadium price swing. There was a brief move up in February 2019 which coincides broadly with the uptick in the Vanadium price. Stability from July to November which correlates quite well. Nothing is perfect and the correlation here isn't either (the second spike early in 2019 for example) but 3 months does not appear to be consistent with the evidence. But miners are always impacted by the price of the commodity they produce. However, such is the nature of equities, they tend to be predictive of the commodity price - if you consider gold miners, it is quite often the case that the miners rise a few months before gold.
17/12/2019
12:11
jc2706: Personally I think that is too high for VRFB uptake but I suspect that the BMN share price would react at lower prices. It is still very difficult to see where the Vanadium price is going to go. The suspected drivers thus year seem not to have materialized and the dominant factors would appear to have been a massive increase in Chinese production and substitution, neither of which were deemed as being likely to the levels we have seen. Given the fact that industry observers have proven themselves to be incorrect you have to wonder whether they will be any more accurate in the future.
20/5/2019
11:40
jc2706: Not sure that there is much correlation between BMN share price and the wider market but there certainly has been with the Vanadium price (not a straightforward 1:1 but correlated nevertheless).
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