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% 21.00 7,497,387 16:35:08
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
20.70 21.00 21.00 20.25 20.75
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 87.86 62.78 4.15 5.2 250
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:08 O 150,000 20.80 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 21p.
Bushveld Minerals Limited has a 4 week average price of 14.03p and a 12 week average price of 10.88p.
The 1 year high share price is 24.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 7.75p.
There are currently 1,190,087,892 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 11,877,606 shares. The market capitalisation of Bushveld Minerals Limited is £249,918,457.32.
purchaseatthetop: Now we are talking! I forecast that prices would start to accelerate and thats whats happening: Ferro V 80% Rott +1.12% V Pentoxide 98% flake +1.72% Plus overall other prices now rising in China, Russia and Pittsburg. hTTp:// These price rises are putting the pressure on the BMN share price. Looking for solid rises to start simply based on BMN commodity mining value let alone the technology side. Have a great day everybody. I hope some of you took Parobs ITX advice and got in early.
nvhltd: Coldspring: Yet again what does my investment position have anything to do with the delays and failed objectives (lies) of the CEO? The reason why you are claiming that I have changed my ‘story’ is that to go with the flow of the pointless personal attacks. I have said I’ve held one share, no shares, millions of shares, but none of it matters because all you want to do is cover your eyes and ears to the FACTS about the companies failings. If your focus is me, the daily share price movements, mysterious Shorters, MM, tame sellers and the bogey man then great. Go for it. We’ve had those arguments for 2 years. The reality is as I’ve always said was the collapse of the Vanadium price and the companies failure to deliver on its strategy. It’s all there. Black and white. Read the RNS’s. Remember in 2018 all of those idiots that shot me, John Meyers and any other reasonable person that said the Vanadium prices can go down? Remember Knuttie posting his usual attacks on anyone that aired a cautionary view on Vanadium prices? Well we all know what happened. Today we are still sitting around $30 a price we’ve tested several times in 2020. Sure it has risen from the lows and that rise is reflected in the share price Not anything new from Fortune. For those new and fixated with the share price it’s great, but I’m interested in the delivery of the strategy and the fundamentals. If he delivers the vanadium price is pretty much irrelevant as we have a natural hedge against volatility if we have VRFB sales. At the moment it’s easy to see that the share price performance is still directly linked to external factors such as the steel market demand.
nvhltd: Purchase: Here we go again. The personal digs rather than focusing on the company, but eh ho I can live with it. Don’t get upset if I come down to your level though. That’s what the others do. Take Knuttie for example. He didn’t need to come on here today to rattle my cage. He’s done so because he feels relieved the share price is raising and emboldened to start his personal attacks again. I have no idea of your personal wealth or success with share trading and I don’t give two hoots. All I know is that virtually all my shares were bought in November 2016. More than 6,000,000. The recent rise is again more to do with Vanadium prices. Nothing to do with the genius of the CEO. If the CEO had delivered on his production targets just think what the share price would be. So let’s remember 2020 past without the 1,000MWh of VRFB’s installed, the electrolyte plant delayed from 2019 to mid 2022, Production target of 5,000 mtv per annum missed and no news of the ESKOM contract.
bassguy: Who'd a thunk an online book seller would be the world biggest retailing company. Got to start somewhere eh, but as you hate BMN and do your best to try to spread negativity and doubt I am sure you are enjoying trying to create a narrative that only you believe in and will no doubt attempt to crow about when the thing only you suggested does not actually happen, when you suggested it would ?Nice rise recently, in Vanadium and BMN share price.
parob: Post by BOJO2020 on lse bb:My thoughts on BMN after holding for 9 months:Fortune Mojapelo - Underestimated by the markets.BMN - Undervalued by markets.Much is made of the market not getting BMN, not seeing where the real value is. It is said it's unclear whether BMN are a mining company or a green energy company etc, but that isnt the point at all IMO.Fortune continues to add value to different points of the supply chain... Think about that for a moment, 'different points of the supply chain.' Which other CEO even does that!It would be all to easy to mine vanadium, process it and sell it to the Chinese. In fact we have been doing that for some years and the share price has reflected this. Despite being a significant supplier/processor to the market, we are conditioned by that market rates and not as strong as it is possible to be. That is where genius FM comes in. I believe that he and BMN are not only supplying the market but also in the process of creating the market. If he pulls this off, then this is going to another galaxy, never mind the moon!The foresight to back and invest in IES. Rental agreements that give customers the best opportunity of selling vanadium products ( two examples of creating a market). Then there is the contracts we are waiting to here of. The $65 million dollar investment to upgrade production. Don't be fooled, that extra vanadium will not just go into the market and sold at market rates. It will be sold into the markets created by FM and BMN. Creating a market increases demand...If FM is as smart as I think he is, then that vanadium will be used for our own VRFB's, mini grids, to service our contracts with States and Countries. Wouldn't it be marvellous to not be at the behest of the Chinese. Sure, they will get supplied but the mates rates will have to get the elbow.I may not be right on all these points but this is the general direction we are headed.The current share price increase is pretty much down to the increasing demand for vanadium, it doesnt even factor in the plans that FM already has underway. The penny will drop for the markets into Q1 & Q2 of 2021 IMO.
purchaseatthetop: Plat...your calculation for the CNL is correct but it is important to remember that the "cost" of the CNL is not paid for by BMN. It is paid for by shareholders as the shares issued to satisfy the debt quasi-dilute the shareholders. There in no P+L effect for BMN except for the positive impact of the new capacity released by the CLN. Our big question is: does the extra value added by the new business development and move along the strategy path (and the fact that the next capital raising will be a lot cheaper) make up for the quasi-dilution? IMO: YES YES YES and the rising share price reflects the markets view. As I said earlier,, I bought BMN because of the Orion deal. It is a good deal in so many ways.
purchaseatthetop: are very correct on the "liability" issue. May 2021 then share price is above 34p for the 15 days, then BMN will 100% covert all $35m and issue around 210m shares to do so. The convertible loan note then will stop accumulating at 10% per annum. Orion will then IMO certainly sell sufficient shares (around 120m) to repay their borrowings and interest that they have taken on or to release funds for new projects. A sort of top slicing like we do. Therefore, when the 34p level is hit there would be a significant number of shares that would hit the market. They would release them over an extended period of time but this would hold the share price down for a period.
purchaseatthetop: Total issue of new shares: 1) Duferco: 37,115,210 issued 24/12/20 to satisfy the $6.5m outstanding loan. Already factored into present share price. 2) Orion Mining Finance: $35m convertible loan notes at 17p = potential extra 205,882,353 shares plus 10% accrued for interest. Lets estimate a total of 260,000,000 shares. If the BMN share price rises fast and reaches 34p (maybe Feb 21!) then BMN can convert all immediately at 34p (if above that level of 15 days) and stop the interest of 10%. Good backstop. Therefore, if our share price rises fast it might be only around 210,000,000 shares. Therefore, present number of share in issue is 1,153,000 so the number of shares might increase by between 22% and 18% (IMO). Good deal for Orion. Good deal for BMN. Why? This is NOT a dilution. IMO the share price has risen because there is now a clear path to double production and that price of this path is the investment by Orion that provides the funding. Our share price commenced its rise (slower at first) on 30/11/20 (when I bought in oddly enough when I read the RNS) and has gathered momentum since with the increase in vanadium prices. I see it is a placement more than anything else. It is well balanced at just less than half of the $65m is conventional debt (hitting balance sheet) while the remaining $35m convertible loan notes will certainly be converted (either by them or us) into shares. Orion paid for the option (to convert at 17p) when the share price was 12p. Good deal for them and us. Obviously, this is all in IMHO and do not believe a word I write. Check for yourselves. I do enjoy the back and forth of this BB. Keep it up everybody. There is nothing wrong with conflict, it is healthy and stops the terrible Group Think of the likes of EUA on the LSE website.
gah123: Wrong again, dilution is just over 15% in total and is already priced in to current share price. Fully financed to increase production by another 40% next yr per share price Angel production forecast for next yr. With rising Vanadium prices perfect timing once again.
gah123: As you know there has always been a 1-2 week lag between rising vanadium prices and BMN share price.
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