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EEE Empire Metals Limited

7.88
0.03 (0.38%)
12 Jul 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Empire Metals Limited LSE:EEE London Ordinary Share VGG3036T1012 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.03 0.38% 7.88 7.50 7.90 7.90 7.60 7.85 2,150,976 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Gold Ores 0 -1.16M -0.0019 -40.53 47.01M
Empire Metals Limited is listed in the Gold Ores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EEE. The last closing price for Empire Metals was 7.85p. Over the last year, Empire Metals shares have traded in a share price range of 2.45p to 14.25p.

Empire Metals currently has 598,850,524 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Empire Metals is £47.01 million. Empire Metals has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -40.53.

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21/3/2024
09:52
Oh

[....So far, so good. You might be a long way from production, but perhaps a major will step in to JV or simply buy out the asset? Or perhaps some sweet government grant funding at some point? I think these two are unlikely based on what I can surmise, and here’s why.

It’s a titanite deposit. There is not a single titanite deposit, anywhere in the world, which is an operating mine. I have checked — though if anyone can find one, I will happily correct this...]

thanatos abyss
21/3/2024
09:50
The majors walked on by for a reason boys
thanatos abyss
21/3/2024
09:46
I said I wouldn't post here again as I cant be bothered arguing about my views but that report posted is very interesting. Could be a short attack but when someone is defending it by saying Shaun Bunn was not at Bluejay I begin to wonder. Google is an amazing thing finds facts in seconds. I am adding to the information being posted watching replies....

FinnAust Mining Plc (AIM:FAM) entered into a sale and purchase agreement to acquire 60.37% stake in Bluejay Mining Limited from Roderick McIllree, Jeremy Whybrow, Gregory Kuenzel, Garth Palmer and Shaun Bunn for £1.6 million on December 8, 2015



Edit

Just noticed another defence proposed that there is no note. Try this link ..



It starts...

Empire Metals rocketed last year after increasingly assured Pitfield announcements. But the sell-off thereafter may be justified.

2023 was not kind to the junior resource sector. But a handful of companies managed to buck the trend — with Empire Metals shares rising sharply from under 2p at the start of last year to as high as 12.8p during mid-January 2024.

Empire Metals ltd
The stock has since fallen back to around the 8p level, with investors now starting to cast a critical eye on Pitfield’s true potential — and the various risks associated with what is claimed to be a globally unique titanium deposit type......

pogue
21/3/2024
09:43
There is no such a report just speculation by someone who wanted the price lower some time back.

There are plenty of posters almost day traders or a few days in and when they sell out they post negative comments.

master rsi
21/3/2024
09:43
Indeed mingy, indeed
vlad the impaler
21/3/2024
09:42
Ming Da Merciless21 Mar '24 - 09:37 - 290 of 295
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Interesting post from another today



It basically confirms what the industry has been saying, that titanite is a load of junk

But far worse than this, it reveals that Empire CEO, Shaun Bunn was heavily involved in the Bluejay scandal. Bunn instigated the whole project and was not only selling large quantities of Bluejay shares while they were being ramped (see the link to a note by Align), but he was apparently also manipulating his holding so this would not be revealed by disclosure rules, and so hiding the fact that he was a big seller. This was while Bluejay investors were being duped into a project that ultimately proved worthless. Looks like these Canadian and Australian promoters are trying to sucker us in again to yet another “giant project”.

.......

Ming Da Merciless21 Mar '24 - 09:39 - 291 of 295
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Oh dear. I hope it's not

'Play it again Sam "

Wouldn't he need help though,? Like on forums and social media? For distribution. Where else can a little cap get liquidity for dumping? It would require teams online

vlad the impaler
21/3/2024
09:39
Oh dear. I hope it's not

'Play it again Sam "

Wouldn't he need help though,? Like on forums and social media? For distribution. Where else can a little cap get liquidity for dumping? It would require teams online

ming da merciless
21/3/2024
09:37
Interesting post from another today



It basically confirms what the industry has been saying, that titanite is a load of junk

But far worse than this, it reveals that Empire CEO, Shaun Bunn was heavily involved in the Bluejay scandal. Bunn instigated the whole project and was not only selling large quantities of Bluejay shares while they were being ramped (see the link to a note by Align), but he was apparently also manipulating his holding so this would not be revealed by disclosure rules, and so hiding the fact that he was a big seller. This was while Bluejay investors were being duped into a project that ultimately proved worthless. Looks like these Canadian and Australian promoters are trying to sucker us in again to yet another “giant project”.

ming da merciless
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