Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jangada Mines 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
  +0.00p +0.00% 4.375p 4.25p 4.50p 4.375p 4.375p 4.375p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining - - - - 8.64

Jangada Mines Share Discussion Threads

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14/10/2017
08:40
Rasco, Looking at the recent RNS, it all looks reasonably positive: ------- Jangada Mines plc ('Jangada' or the 'Company') Major Resource Upgrade at the Pedra Branca Platinum Group Metals Project Jangada Mines plc, a natural resources company developing South America's largest and most advanced platinum group metals ('PGM') project, is pleased to announce the upgrading of its mineral resources at its Pedra Branca Project (the 'Project') in north-eastern Brazil. Overview -- Significant upgrade in the mineral resource classification of the Project -- Measured and Indicated Resources increased by 35% and 74% respectively -- 77% of the Project's resources now in the Indicated and Measured categories and expected to be converted to economic Reserves during the finalisation of the Prefeasibility Study ('PFS') -- Upgraded mineral resource expected to materially and positively impact life-of-mine and Project value -- Management continues to hit development goals - increasing resources and proving significant polymetallic credits including copper, cobalt nickel and chrome -- Management target exploration potential of greater than 3moz of PGM -- PFS and Scoping Study progressing on schedule with the Scoping Study to be completed in the near term -------
andy
14/10/2017
08:38
Rasco, Yes little trading volume nor interest here, maybe because people see the CEO is McMaster? After HMI, some people will have lost faith in him, IMO.
andy
14/10/2017
02:09
Waiting to reach the bottom.
rascotrading
09/9/2017
22:13
moderated for spamming
andy
05/9/2017
09:36
shakey..... "Mr Brian Keith McMaster, aged 46 - Executive Chairman Mr McMaster is a Chartered Accountant, a registered and official liquidator and has over 20 years' experience in the areas of corporate reconstruction and turnaround, and performance improvement. Previously, Mr McMaster was a partner of the restructuring firm KordaMentha and prior to that was a partner at Ernst & Young. During his time at both of these firms, Mr McMaster was instrumental in the recapitalisation and listing of over twenty Australian companies on the ASX. Mr McMaster's career to date includes significant working periods in the United States, South America, Asia and India. Mr McMaster is also the Executive Chairman of the Brazilian-focused AIM-quoted company, Harvest Minerals Limited, is a founding director in venture capital and advisory firm, Garrison Capital Pty Ltd, and is also currently a director of a number of ASX listed companies."
fillipe
21/8/2017
13:18
Is this the same Brian McMaster from Harvest Minerals (HMI)?
shakeypremis
12/7/2017
18:01
A project bought for $2 after 40 years of failure suddenly gets amazing results just after listing on AIM ? Congratulations. A dream result. Will there be a digger? I'm not buying shares here unless they get a digger
kreature
12/7/2017
11:25
Once the flippers from the 5p placing have exhausted their stock and, I think we're nearly there, this is going to go sharply better.
wiseacre
11/7/2017
11:23
JAN are further advanced than GWMO...the additional resource adds +£400 million to the current mkt cap of around £12 Million...looks great imo at this level, dyor etc:-)
pre
11/7/2017
11:07
kreature, Well maybe they weren't in a position to advance the project due to lack of finance? Maybe they were given some shares in JAN? Anyway an excellent update and increase in resource, an excellent start here.
andy
11/7/2017
11:03
the guys who sold the project for $2 worthless POS must be kicking themselves now?
kreature
11/7/2017
07:57
Very nice, could perform well on the back of that
keya5000
11/7/2017
07:19
Nice update!!
errollc
04/7/2017
16:06
Maybe the exchange of shares has finished.. Now we can move forward
letmepass
01/7/2017
08:12
Thanks for starting this BB We hope there will be a steady flow of news to keep us all interested. GLA
uncle john
30/6/2017
11:01
I thought I would start a new thread for Jangada, as nobody started one on the day they listed! The CEO, Brian McMaster, is an experienced guy, and some of us will remember the name Highfield Resources(potash in Spain), a company he was associated with. He is vastly experienced, so it will be interesting to see what he can achieve here with Jangada. GLTA
andy
30/6/2017
01:36
Janagada Mines listed on AIM on the 29th June 2017. A JORC compliant resource of 1.0M ounces of gold and platinum group metals located in Brazil. The Pedra Branca PGM Project is an advanced stage exploration project located in Northeastern Brazil, with a JORC (2012) Compliant Resource of 1.0M oz of PGM+Au. The total project area covers 55,000 hectares, and includes 3 mining licences and 44 exploration licences with circa 52% of current JORC resource contained within the current mining licence. The deposits are at surface and amenable to low cost conventional open pit mining; with initial production targeted for Q3 2018. Corporate website: hTTp://www.jangadamines.com
andy
29/6/2017
13:29
Seems like a solid team with a plan... Early stage though
letmepass
28/12/2002
15:02
The black line shows the Dow bear market that started on September 3rd, 1929. After that drop, the Dow didn't make it back to its highs until 1954!! The magenta line is the Nasdaq bear market that started on March 11th, 2000. There are several immediate observations that jump right out on the above chart. The first is the startling similarity between the current Nasdaq bear market and the 1929 crash. A second observation is that the pace of this bear market has been flirting with the pace of the 1929 crash right from the beginning. In fact, in the first year of the current crash, the pace was actually ahead of the pace of the 1929 market. But perhaps the scariest thing about this chart is just how much lower and how much longer a bear market can go. The lines show the percentage drop from the highs made before each bear market started. The numbers on the left show the percentage of the market high. So the 40% line on the chart represents a 60% drop from the all time high. The numbers across the bottom are the number of days that have passed since the market top. In the case of the Dow, we are showing approximately 2600 trading days (over 10 years) from the high in September, 1929. As you can see, the Nasdaq bear market is following very closely in the footprints of the 1929 Crash. Here is a quick comparison of the current Nasdaq bear market and the 1929 crash: Percent decline Length (in days) 929 Dow -89.2% 714 days 2000-02 (so far) -77.8% 648 days The length is measured from the high to the low. The percent decline is on a closing basis, from the high to the low. The length is in market days...there are approximately 250 market days per year. If the current bear lasts as long as the 1929 bear market, we will not get a bottom until 2003. so they say ! The black line shows the Nikkei bear market that started on January 1st, 1990. That bear market is still grinding on. In fact, the Nikkei just made new lows more than 11 years after this bear market started. The magenta line is the Nasdaq bear market that started on March 11th, 2000. As you can see, the current Nasdaq bear market is a newbie compared to the Nikkei bear. It took 2,669 trading days for the Nikkei to fall from the highs on 12/29/89 to the lows on 3/5/01. In that time, the Nikkei has fallen 68.3%. Clearly, the Nikkei bear market has been devastating, especially in its length. Our current Nasdaq bear market is starting to approach the Nikkei in terms of percentage decline...but let's just hope that we aren't still looking for a bottom for the current bear market in 2012! LOL ! Regards DUBYA ;-
raven
28/12/2002
15:00
RAVEN LOL ! Saddam reads these threads, so will now prepare! I am a fox! Regards FINMAC.
insider trader.
28/12/2002
14:54
January is going to be a bad month for equities imho unless you are short. Rumour of the day, US and UK to launch an attack on Iraq tonight. A major concern for the market now is the rise in global crude oil prices, which currently hover at a two-year high. The rise has been fueled by fears of a US-Iraq war and a freeze on oil supplies from strike-bound Venezuela.
raven
28/12/2002
14:43
Christ that was quick! Made me jump! Good luck.
bobp
28/12/2002
14:42
I'll buy it now mate thanks!!!!
arpy_eye_indexed
28/12/2002
14:41
Arpy, Read The Times today. Lots in there on your subject
bobp
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