Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cleantech Lithium Plc LSE:CTL London Ordinary Share JE00BPCP3Z37 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 0.92% 55.00 25,524 08:09:35
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
54.00 56.00 55.00 54.50 54.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy -1.20 58
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:11:29 O 5,381 55.75 GBX

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Posted at 27/1/2023 08:20 by Cleantech Lithium Daily Update
Cleantech Lithium Plc is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CTL. The last closing price for Cleantech Lithium was 54.50p.
Cleantech Lithium Plc has a 4 week average price of 36.50p and a 12 week average price of 36.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 63p while the 1 year low share price is currently 19.50p.
There are currently 105,333,500 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 339,821 shares. The market capitalisation of Cleantech Lithium Plc is £57,933,425.
Posted at 05/1/2023 09:32 by mwj1959
pogue - re 896. The typical profile of a mining company share price performance as it goes through from exploration to production is called the Lassonde curve
Posted at 12/11/2022 10:11 by whatisaname
Hi all I'm new here I might be looking to invest into CTL a little once i have finished my DD I would like to know what do you all think will happen to the share price on the 15/16th With the below from the RNS do you guys see the price dropping or ripping I'm going to be keeping a closer eye on this over the next few months thanks Accordingly, as from Admission the figure of 79,233,242 Ordinary Shares may be used by shareholders in the Company as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the Company under the Financial Conduct Authority's Disclosure Guidance and Transparency Rules.It should be noted though that the above TVR figure does not include the 26,100,258 new Ordinary Shares to be issued pursuant to the fundraising ("Fundraising Shares"), details of which were announced on 21 October 2022. The issue of the Fundraising Shares is subject to Shareholder approval at the Company's upcoming General Meeting on 14 November 2022, and it is expected that the Fundraising Shares will be admitted to trading on 16 November 2022.
Posted at 11/11/2022 08:10 by affc21
Goldman SachsCommodities Research9 November 2022 | 12:03PM GMTGreen MetalsBattery Metals Watch: Lithium's delayed declineStimulus-led restocking means high lithium prices to remain near term. In 02 this year, we called for peaking battery metals prices as mounting supply responses were set to catch up to the accelerating demand. Since then, the cobalt price has Nicholas Snowdon fallen 35% and nickel is down 40%, but onshore lithium prices have risen (24%) to record new levels. For lithium, whilst the supply response we had estimated has continued to gather pace, as evidenced by surging Chinese lithium carbonate output. LFP battery expansion related restocking demand and higher-than-expected EV sales. Gelman Sachs national in China due to the exceptional stimulus have kept the market tighter than expected. Now, adjusting our global lithium demand assumptions for this stronger restocking environment-which has boosted global lithium consumption by 20% this year- the lithium market is expected to be in an 84kt deficit in 2022 (vs 8kt surplus previously) and a small surplus in 2023 (vs 76kt surplus previously), in our view. However, this merely represents a delay in the swing into surplus and lower prices that we previously forecast for next year. The Chinese EV market is moving towards a demand constrained state over the next 1-2 years when end-user EV demand will likely lag production, as a stimulus based surge in orders YTD has brought forward much of the demand we expected in 2023-24. Furthermore, we continue to expect strong supply growth in raw materials (brine, spodumene, lepidolite) from Chile. Australia and China over 2023-2025, With downstream overcapacity and slowing EV sales likely to become increasingly apparent over the course of next year, we expect downward pressure on the lithium price to build on surplus cues particularly from H2-23 onward. In this context, we are upgrading our China lithium carbonate spot (excl. VAT) price path through 23H1 to reflect near-term tightness and lagging spodumene contract price pass-through before a decline over the second half of next year to put the 2023 average at $53,304/t LCE (vs. $16,372/t LCE previously), though our forecast of a sharp reprice lower in 2024 remains unchanged (GSe $11,000/1)Lithium supply response is gaining momentum. Just as demand has remainedstrong, lithium's supply response has also gathered momentum. Chinese chemical production has risen +43% y/y YTD, driven by an increase in raw material supply from both onshore and ex China assets. Major expansions in China are driven by lepidolite and brine projects on our analysts' estimates and the aggregate run-rate of the majority of projects has reached +89% v/y for 22H2E, up from +56% v/y in 2201 Furthermore, exports of Chilean brine have risen by 44kt YTD (6% of global supply),Sorry but I haven't a link to report, copied from Telegram group.
Posted at 28/10/2022 06:11 by axonic
Lake resources 1.4 billion shares, CTL 105 Million shares. The share price of LR is currently 0.98 AUD so around the same price as CTL. just do the maths.
Posted at 26/10/2022 20:39 by axonic
Here's the link to today's webinar on investor Meet:


Once again Aldo and Steve compared CTL with Lake Resources with Aldo actually saying that CTL were very under valued and with the resources we have we should be somewhere near the mk cap of Lake. That's 20x the current mk cap making the share price circa £10. Now even if they double the amount of shares in further fund raises, I'd be very happy with £5/share.

Posted at 12/10/2022 08:51 by deanmatlazin
Not many companies out there to invest in this current climate. You need to find undervalue company and stick with it. And CTL is certainly undervalued compare to its peers. Lake Resources explore in Lithium Triangle , Same as CTL and has a market value pf £700m. That is almost 20 times more than CTL.

10 bagger for CTL is possible from 30p flotation price. Fingers crossed!

Posted at 03/10/2022 12:05 by klosters65
I do not think the share price will nosedive the way it did on the previous News Release on a resource upgrade. Lower share price this time, has not increased hugely since the dramatic drop and importantly, suspect less holding on margin now. No reason not to see a steady climb from here.
Posted at 28/9/2022 08:16 by the_mandalorian
Hillarious, yet again the cult member of CTL can not highlight one single point of mine that is "nonsense" because as anyone that has spent a few mins checking, they know already it's all FACT.
He is petrified to debate anything with me, so post the pathetic and childish drive-by shooting post.
I have seen fewer indoctrinated Jehovah's Witnesses than on the other CTL thread!

What a bizarre forum, the count of the ramp is posting "people are trying to silence him" whilst simultaneously banning anyone from his North Korean style thread, expect an instant ban if you dare talk about the actual company in a balanced way. You will get on fine if you pamper or play along with there with his squaild ramp.
He refuses to answer any of the factual points I make and just posts generic rampy cliche like "will be back over 60p soon".

Meanwhile, and in what seems it a laughable attempt to try and recover some loss he posts outright lies about DLE.

Let me clarify this for anyone who can not see what is happening here.
DLE has never been proven commercial anywhere in the world despite being invented in the 70s and hundreds of millions of $ put in trying to make it so.
If you do not believe me then google it, that 1 min searching may save you a lot of, money!

So with that in mind, the count of the ramp has actually posted on his thread a timeline of commercial DLE extraction by CTL in Q1 2023.
He says Comercail DLE is cheaper than pooling. no, it isn't, he does not even understand the basics here!
The sole reason DLE is not commercial is due to the extreme costs of using DLE compared to say traditional pooling or crushing methods
This shows this guy up for what he is. He alludes he's the expert but just like all rampers acting the knowledgeable poster, he falls at even the first hurdle on understanding the basics!

even a completely deluded paid-up and drugged member of the CTL cult can see the obvious disparity in those two matters.
1. Extracting using DLE in q1 2023
2, DLE has never been used commercially due to extreme costs in it's usage.

I will be issuing a report on CTL/ BEYOUND LITHUIM LLC. in the coming days when I get time/ for normal-minded people to make their own opinions.



Posted at 13/9/2022 11:43 by tima441
I really should not bother.... but ...Nice try Mr White.  I’ve spoken to the CFO on your points who says you are just factually wrong on both counts as follows;

On pages 28 & 29 of the admission document, you say those licences are due to expire in mid 2023.  Those are exploration licences, CTL’s subsidiaries have an automatic right to upgrade all of those licences to exploitation licences through the Chile judicial system prior to expiry, that is a standard process in Chile.  See pages 30-33 which have either already been upgraded into exploitation licences (from exploration) or are already “exploitation in process”. ; And on pages 34-36 which are currently exploration licences but it is stated will be transferred to exploitation before expiry.  Exploitation licences have an indefinite period as shown on pages 30-31.   All of this was subject to independent verification by lawyers in Chile and the UK, as well as the Company’s Nomad.  It is factually incorrect to state the licences are not in good standing or won’t be converted automatically into exploitation.  For someone “experienced in natural resources stocks” you are not exactly demonstrating that very well.

CTL was incorporated in late 2020 as a new holding company in the UK, part of the corporate restructuring leading up to the IPO.  The licences in Chile were all acquired by various subsidiary companies in prior years and were then acquired by CTL UK in a share for share transaction in January 2021.  Those subsidiaries used to be held through an Australian holding company before the restructure.  The licences in Chile were awarded before CTL UK came into existence because they were acquired by subsidiaries in Chile in prior years.  CTL took ownership of the subsidiaries with shareholder approval in early 2021.  So, you are wrong on this too.  This was also subject to extensive due diligence before the IPO. 

Are you saying the Company’s independent lawyers in Chile and the UK – and the Nomad - got this wrong?   Oh dear…
Obviously seeing conspiracy and fairies everywhere.... or just trying to cause mischief.


Posted at 12/9/2022 22:12 by pwhite73
tima441 - "I don't know how you define "lifestyle co" but I take that to mean extracting significant salaries for minimal work... with little prospects of creating value."

You are only partially correct because value can be created for shareholders if enough of them believe in the story to cause the share price to rise as is the case here. A lifestyle company does not necessarily mean significant salaries either. Directors can draw modest salaries from lifestyle companies.

A lifestyle company is a company that right from the outset has no possibility of ever becoming a commercial concern but provides a comfortable living for the directors so long as enough gullible shareholders believe the story.

This is the case with CTL and I will tell you why. Given the soaring price of lithium and the even greater need for it over the coming years no director would float a company that had the licence acreage that CTL claims to have. Its akin to selling the winning lottery numbers to others so you can afford the cost of the £2.00 ticket. If the licences and acreage were real CTL would not be giving two thirds of the company away on an AIM listing. There are plenty of bigger mining players out there and venture capitalist that would gladly upfront the money for a cut of the lithium produce.

I am right about CTL and you will see in good time. As for speaking to the directors I would receive more assurances from a hungry fox that the henhouse was safe under its control.

Once again I plead with you to filter me.

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