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Jangada Mines Plc LSE:JAN London Ordinary Share GB00BZ11WQ61 ORD GBP0.0004
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.90 1.80 2.00 1.90 1.90 1.90 242,048 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.3 0.0 - 5

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/5/2020
20:22
Andy, A couple of points if I may, which I am mindful could be perceived as a positive bias, due to my position as a supportive Jangada shareholder,I do acknowledge that funding is indeed problematic at the moment and it certainly has been in London in the past, albeit I would suggest that both Jangada and ValOre have taken a strategic approach at different times for different reasons, to avoid funding at heavily discounted values and importantly have ensured any fund raising, has not been significantly dilutive to their respective shareholders, so rather than it being a lack of funds being available to either company, they have chosen not to progress at times, that would have had a significant impact on their shareholders and that I am sure is influenced that both respective boards are significant shareholders themselves and therefore are fully aligned, so I would certainly not class that as a failure, I would suggest it is the exact opposite and what you deem as funding for the next couple of months, will be sufficient to ensure they can complete phase 1 drill plans at Pedra Branca in there entirety, including the associated lab and assay works, so Jangada should indeed benefit from those works progressing,....GL S
swizz
10/5/2020
17:14
Duplicate, sorry.
andy
10/5/2020
17:14
swizz, Apology accepted, and thanks. I'm sorry my negative bias caused you angst, and yes I am somewhat cynical after some painful lessons in the past! I was disappointed they did the deal with Valore, as I felt they lost control of a very good project. I guess raising finance was the problem, and VO and JP are probably better at it as he has access to the Canadian capital markets where he has a reputation, and it is more mining focused. Interestingly, even he has failed to raise finance and has provided a loan facility himself to cover the next few months. And that is after the most promotional activity I think I have ever seen for one company, starting in London late last year, and covering ALL the Canadian conferences up until March, and now video conferences. It is what is is, if he can finance it going forwards then Jangada should benefit in time, I have the feeling financing mining projects in London is very challenging right now, so maybe JP is the best man to move it forward.
andy
10/5/2020
13:51
This is new. More focussed on why buy junior miners, so yes talking his own book but nevertheless. hTTps://m.youtube.com/watch?v=j8QAGL6XVGE
riggerbeautz
04/5/2020
13:57
Here, @ValoreMetals CEO Jim Paterson discusses with @copytaster why the Pedra Branca PGE project in Brazil is so advanced......Jim also discusses the unbelievable "small" market cap of @jangadamines and the value he can add for #JAN Shareholders...Some good info in here...https://total-market-solutions.com/2020/05/04/ceo-interview-with-valore-corp/
burtond1
01/5/2020
22:37
Project wasn't seen as core for Anglo American and they disposed of this & many other projects when there share price was on the floor and debt was running out of control.
tommygriff
01/5/2020
20:37
Could someone confirm why previous mining companies deserted the project and yet Jangada thinks there is value??
red army
01/5/2020
20:17
Andy, I consider myself a supportive shareholder of Jangada, so from that point of view, I would suggest the terms are very favourable and ensure the risk of dilution is significantly mitigated, as for your suggestion of a honourable draw, you take it any way you want it, as I still find your negative bias somewhat bemusing, if you are indeed still a shareholder of Jangada?, I would certainly not endorse blind faith under any circumstances and it is appropriate to explore in detail, the risks associated with any investment and as Jangada shareholders, we have certainly experienced some incredibly challenging times and also suffered from significant errors of judgment from the board, however I do believe we are on a much better pathway and lessons have been learnt, plus the decision to divest the PB asset to JP and ValOre Metals, appears at this stage to be a very astute one and has created a significant shift in the viability of Jangada and has placed us in a very strong position to progress Pitomberias, I would like to apologise for my recent outburst, it was completely unnecessary, but as I detailed earlier, I am somewhat bemused of what I perceive to be a negative bias, but equally I recognise that could be your way of balancing risk and good luck to you,..GL S
swizz
01/5/2020
15:49
The one thing you are both right about is that there is no guarantees of the future.
red army
01/5/2020
15:34
swizz29 Apr '20 - 04:20 - 706 of 708(premium) 0 0 0 Andy, My comments still stand up to scrutiny, they have not gone to a depressed market to raise funds, it is not a placing, their plan remains to raise funds later in the year. ------- Swizz, Fair enough, but so do my comments. They have in fact arranged a loan from their own CEO, for which he has charged his own company $24,000 for doing so, and a 10% interest charge! This is to be repaid by a placing later in the year. One hopes the market is in better shape later in the year, I wonder what happens if it isn't? I don't like Trump's new stance towards China, for example. Let's hope it's just bluster. Let's agree an honourable draw?
andy
30/4/2020
14:52
From the top so to speak, JP interview with Chris from Arcadia and further explanation in regards to the Pedra Branca drill plans, plus the rationale behind the non-dilutive fund raise to ensure phase 1 could get underway,......GL S hTTps://twitter.com/valoremetals/status/1255851588511387650?s=21
swizz
29/4/2020
10:01
Swizz I think VO. will need to demonstrate real good potential, I expect many explorers will find it hard to get funds unless they partner with the big boys. Did cross my mind, we might see a small dip if our holding is watered down but right now I think JAN have enough going on in their own right and immediate funds to do it.
riggerbeautz
29/4/2020
04:20
Andy, My comments still stand up to scrutiny, they have not gone to a depressed market to raise funds, it is not a placing, their plan remains to raise funds later in the year, when it will hopefully be more favourable market conditions and they will now also have the benefit of the phase 1 drill results,.....GL S
swizz
27/4/2020
22:48
Rigger, Fair point, tanks for the link you posted above.
andy
27/4/2020
20:58
B.t.w Andy not ignoring your point, mine was that it would be a struggle but I think JAN have their own bigger fish to fry at present; right now ValOre is something of a sideshow now we have their money, for me anyway. Trade the spikes, buy the dips.
riggerbeautz
27/4/2020
20:50
Just as an aside JP featured on the latest mines and money webinar focussed on Canada, listen if you wish. hTTps://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0nLbJYZlyJU
riggerbeautz
27/4/2020
13:13
"It's a placing Jim, but not as we know it" Here's a bit of light relief with a serious message, for the avoidance of doubt, we the investors are the Igunana! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3OjfK0t1XM
andy
27/4/2020
12:29
. I was ridiculed for suggesting financings aren't easy at the moment, and JP's "network" would support a fundraise, and now we have this announcement! Hmmmm...... ------- Financing To finance its corporate and exploration activities for the coming year, ValOre has entered into an unsecured revolving credit facility with Jim Paterson, the Company's Chairman and CEO, pursuant to which the Company may borrow up to $1.2 million on a revolving basis. ValOre will pay to Mr. Paterson a standby fee of $24,000 (2% of the committed facility) and interest of 10% per annum on amounts drawn down under the facility. ValOre has agreed to use commercially reasonable efforts to complete an equity financing prior to December 31, 2020 in an amount sufficient to repay amounts borrowed under the facility. .
andy
27/4/2020
11:53
ValOre Outlines 2020 Exploration Program for Pedra Branca; Secures $1.2 Million Financing..."We are excited to begin drilling Pedra Branca and to really showcase the compelling potential of our PGE project," stated Jim Paterson, Chairman & CEO. "We have identified many new high-priority targets in our two-phase program, which is designed to expand the current resource, advance existing targets and test undrilled areas. With $1.2 million in funding now committed, we can ramp up exploration activities at Pedra Branca and begin the process of safely mobilizing drill rigs and personnel to Pedra Branca.
burtond1
22/4/2020
16:09
Meantime, nice move back.
riggerbeautz
22/4/2020
09:54
This is all very well but no dates put forward as to when results will be announced ie JORC.
red army
22/4/2020
09:16
This is the relevant piece: A total of 19 DD holes have been completed for a total of 1,360.80 metres, including 1,058.85 metres at the Pitombeiras North target and 301.95 metres at the Goela target. The drill rig has now been demobilised. 16 from a total of 19 drillholes intersected VTM mineralisation. Assay results have been received for 5 DD holes, including newly received Hole DD20PI14, which intersected 18.00 meters at 0.49% V(2) O(5) , 10.02% TiO(2) and 49.61% Fe(2) O(3) , and Hole DD20PI16, which intersected 35.66 metres at 0.56% V(2) O(5) , 11.04% TiO(2) and 54.39% Fe(2) O(3.) With the conclusion of the drilling programme, Jangada has now tested the boundaries of the anomaly as required and, upon receipt of the assay results for the remaining 11 drillholes, the Company will have sufficient data (20 VTM mineralised holes, including 2019 and 2020 drilling) to determine an initial JORC mineral resources estimate and continue with a preliminary economic assessment ('PEA'), which will be prepared by an independent engineering company to be selected. Both of these activities are to be funded from existing cash resources.
andy
22/4/2020
08:55
Good news for JAN"We are pleased to announce additional drilling assay results and report that we have concluded our diamond drilling programme at our Pitombeiras Vanadium Project in Brazil..."https://www.investegate.co.uk/jangada-mines-plc--jan-/rns/drilling-programme-completion/202004220820034759K/
burtond1
20/4/2020
20:52
Another promotional interview? He's certainly banging the poromotional drum hard, the placing must be near now surely? A string of promotional events is normally the precursor for the financing, and, looking at their last accounts, it must surely be very close now?
andy
20/4/2020
12:37
Here, the excellent @CruxInvestor interviews @ValoreMetals CEO Jim Paterson......Jim gives a detailed overview of the Business and expands on the exciting period ahead for the Company.https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=xBOhGy5l_M8&feature=youtu.be
burtond1
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