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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Emmerson LSE:EML London Ordinary Share IM00BDHDTX83 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05p -1.85% 2.65p 2.60p 2.70p 2.70p 2.65p 2.70p 737,068 08:00:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 0.0 -0.2 -1.2 - 1.28

Emmerson Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/11/2018
14:59
Bottomed at the IPO price of 3p?
parob
26/11/2018
17:49
Sadly from the trade times I suspect they were sells!
cumbrian2
26/11/2018
16:34
Wow some seriously large late buys
rakepat37
23/11/2018
08:55
Well rake, you clearly are listening and you are showing your abundant intolerance to alternative views. Good. Actually I am not short, but really need to decide whether to switch my holding and entrust my cash to SFOR, hoping that Martin Sorrell will engineer an earlier and better return than being promised here! I must say that Einstein was much cleverer than being involved in no hope situations, who was able to create for himself all the abundance required without going into hairbrain schemes. I wish I had half his brains! The Align Research also covers under Forecasts "an anticipated placing of shares in Q3 2019 to pay for the PFS/BFS", when no doubt investors will be massively diluted. This should put the dampeners on proceeding for almost a year, people wondering whether the share price will hit the lows again of 2.03p in the meantime!
a1samu
23/11/2018
00:45
a1samu. This is a development project. The management’s focus is on de-risking it, proving up the numbers and, hopefully, increasing the resource. They will then have the ability to raise funds themselves or sell to an existing producer. You don’t have to be Einstein to identify where such interest may come from. Your argument is as flippant as saying to Papillon shareholders they would not see a payday until the Fekola mine started pouring gold, several years after Papillon sold it to B2Gold. Papillon shareholders made a fortune before an oz was even poured. Not sure if you listened to the conference call yesterday as you prefer to deal in supposition about the Directors than fact about the project. This is a low capex/ high margin business domiciled in one of the most important fertiliser producing/ blending countries in the world. The Directors have an undeniable track record with development projects and in many domiciles. Bet against this at your own peril.
rajawali
22/11/2018
20:49
No one is listening to u , we all no u have a short on, u better close your short now before your loses get bigger
rakepat37
22/11/2018
13:20
The concern here is that there will be no returns to IPs before 2023 earliest, or five years. Just think, this development will take longer than Brexit! Of course, also the directors are already megabucks in hand by having been investors in Starboard Global Ventures who sold the Khemisset potash mine to Emmerson in the first place for £10M, cost to them unknown! This is all per Align Research! PIs must just be careful, for the full story is available, but requires serious research. The interesting question is how will the price target of 13.48p be reached, which clearly will happen before commencement of trading in 2023.
a1samu
22/11/2018
12:43
a1samu. Your comments are a cookie cutter rant of other companies you have targeted. This is a development stage project and the management team are methodically de-risking it with well-articulated milestones. You may recall similar doubts about the ability of the Fekola gold project in Mali to attract massive amounts of funding for its development. Yet the project was de-risked and well promoted and the shareholders of Papillon Resources did very well, as did the “flashy” directors you refer to in your previous post; their pay day did not come from their salaries. Good projects get funded and bad ones don’t. So articulate what it is you don’t like about Khemisset, the track record of the management, the potash market or go and rant somewhere else.
rajawali
22/11/2018
10:40
#EML Shareholder Call this morning - have a listen to management discuss the recently released Scoping Study and the upcoming work programme. Time: 22 November 11.00 GMT Number: 0808 109 0701 International: +44 (0) 20 3003 270 Pin: 1362515# WebEx URL: https://sbmf.webex.com/sbmf/onstage/g.php?MTID=ed35a7dd4263d101560bf3b03c00ee68f ... WebEx Number: 951 436 172 Password: Shareholder
parob
22/11/2018
10:31
Align Research is not brave enough to speculate the likely commencement of returns to shareholders, with the research conveniently covering losses to 31 December 2020! Production is unlikely to commence before 2022! When will value creation commence and when will the substantial returns commence from and at what rate to shareholders? The Research is also explicit in pointing out that finance providers of the $400M+ required, will dilute massively the interest of the IPs! The target price of 13.48p is pie in the sky and why should anybody pay it before 31 December 2020 or later!
a1samu
22/11/2018
09:01
Risked conservative NPV suggests potential upside of 290%Our conservative valuation illustrates the clear potential. We update our coverage with an increased target price of 13.48p and Conviction buy stance.
parob
22/11/2018
08:46
RNS out Align research note.
krowelet
21/11/2018
21:17
From yesterday.Vox Markets podcast. Hayden interview from 15.50 mins in. hTTps://www.voxmarkets.co.uk/articles/tlou-energy-tlou-emmerson-eml-and-alan-green-on-itx-kdnc-gfm--93db616/
parob
21/11/2018
12:08
Why bother posting on here if not invested ... i forgot u have a short on
rakepat37
21/11/2018
11:31
Beware small investors. This is a total speculation, not being able to attract any of the institutions, with no revenue for years and unclear where the $405M investment requirements is coming from and when? There is no prospect of income for years in a crowded market place, where supply is over abundant! In the meantime the only beneficiaries are the directors, when it is confirmed that the company is cash flash at the moment, their wages being secured for now, with unlikely returns of any sort for the private investors anytime soon! Only invest whatever you can afford to lose, to these swish directors, who have been round the block clearly and are doing all the right things to advance their own interests.
a1samu
21/11/2018
10:42
We are hosting a Shareholder Conference Call tomorrow. Please find the key details below: Time: 22 November 11.00 GMT Number: 0808 109 0701International: +44 (0) 20 3003 270Pin: 1362515# WebEx URL: sbmf.webex.com/sbmf/onstage/g...WebEx Number: 951 436 172Password: Shareholder
parob
21/11/2018
10:18
Hayden Locke on LinkedIn just now: We are very happy with the results of our Scoping Study for the Khemisset Potash Project, which confirms the potential for a low capital cost, high margin potash development. It is a significant de-risking milestone for Emmerson Plc. We are well funded, with £3.8 million in the bank, and we have now commenced planning for the next phases of detailed technical work, which will include a comprehensive metallurgical test work program and the pre-feasibility study. Drilling is underway to upgrade and, potentially, expand the mineral resource, and we expect plenty of positive news as we continue to move the Khemisset towards production.
parob
21/11/2018
08:25
It's all about low capex & high margin. In every sector on the planet there's lots of competition but if your costs to produce product is lower than your competitors it is a big advantage and gives them a big margin advantage. Listen to Hayden Locke Vox podcast from yesterday. NPV10 for this project is in the $1billion range with20year life of mine. Exploration continues also to increase resource further. The current £20m mkt cap is totally out of kilter with the underlying value hence imo a multibagger opp.
bobby1904
20/11/2018
08:50
No but perhaps time for a new thread as EML are not a cash shell any more! Could a PREMIUM [BLUE] poster please set up a new EML thread with a catchy title?
cpap man
20/11/2018
08:48
Nothing hidden and all very obvious. How will the $405M capital expenditure be financed and when? I guess, we will hear further, later in the week. How will IPs be diluted, for the directors and institutions, if any, will be able to take advantage ( as always ) to the detriment of the small punters. ( No notifiable institutions.) The market place appears to be crowded with all the existing potash companies like the Russian and Canadian companies, BHP Jansen, Kp2 Congo and HMI Brazil and no doubt many others like Highfield Resources ! This appears to be far removed from ever becoming a multibagger!
a1samu
20/11/2018
08:48
This is deffo a gem of a share, low shares in issues and great potential, we should be sitting at 6 to 7p at least .. happy to wait
rakepat37
20/11/2018
08:30
Is there a catch to this share?....It almost looks too good to be true. It has cash of circa £4M and a low Mkt Cap and on the surface a hugely profitable future ahead. Taken 50K shares and will tuck them away. Can anyone see any hidden gremlins here?
takethat
20/11/2018
08:18
They have a long way to go yet but certainly will be worthy investment.Kp2 on verge of releasing dfs, they are slightly ahead.
neo26
20/11/2018
08:00
How ever you look at it you have to say that EML is a proper investment that has all the hallmarks of a serious multi bagger!
cpap man
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