Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jangada Mines Plc LSE:JAN London Ordinary Share GB00BZ11WQ61 ORD GBP0.0004
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.31 10.03% 3.40 1,616,693 10:20:27
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.30 3.50 3.40 3.35 3.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -1.26 8
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:27:24 O 97,600 3.40 GBX

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Jangada Mines Daily Update: Jangada Mines Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JAN. The last closing price for Jangada Mines was 3.09p.
Jangada Mines Plc has a 4 week average price of 2.90p and a 12 week average price of 2.65p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.55p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.95p.
There are currently 242,113,144 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,114,037 shares. The market capitalisation of Jangada Mines Plc is £8,231,846.90.
riggerbeautz: That last line probably kept us strong from negativity hitting the markets. Jan looks a fair price right now based on both its own and ValOre projects proceeding well.
riggerbeautz: JAN is getting better and better, very nicely appreciating.
andy: Red, Well they didn't have a lot of cash at the end of 2019, but have since received around £600,000 from Valore. Looking a their previous burn rate we're probably in the time zone for them to think about a possible fund raise now, they won't want to run their treasury too far down.. Or it may be simply that as Valore's share price has risen around 50% recently, and with Jangada holding 25% of VO, people are calculating how much value has been added here. The sudden jump seems strange though, maybe it was tipped somewhere?
burtond1: Time for @jangadamines to shine?"..with interests in iron ore and metals critical for the energy transition, a consistently positive news flow, and a share price around 2p #JAN seems a good bet for investors seeking access to rare minerals and metals.."
tommygriff: 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.
andy: So, the CEO of Valore, a junior exploration and developer, whose share price has halved recently, is trying desperately to garner interest in cash burning exploration companies as the price of gold is going through the roof? The price of gold is soaring, and gold miners that are in production and selling it for higher prices are surely the place to be, rather than in cash burning juniors? The time to move into the juniors is after the move upwards in the producers, rather than before, surely? Nice try Jim, but bad timing, IMHO.
burtond1: A good week for the minnows...Elsewhere, Brazil-focused Jangada Mines remains very much on a roll. Starting the year at 1.65p, Jangada's share price closed Thursday at 2.1p after edging up from 2.07p earlier in the week.Already boosted by soaring platinum prices, Jangada has released several pieces of good news to investors in recent weeks. Last week the company announced it had secured additional tenements at its Pitombeiras vanadium project in Brazil. The firm also completed the sale of its Pedra Branca project.Jangada bosses shared several more updates with investors in a Q&A published on Friday:–jan-/rns/shareholder-q-a/202002141016220613D/.
swizz: Which is equivalent to a Jan share price of 2.55p, cash and other assets at zero!,...GL S.
eliteinv: JanStep by step share price is dropping maybe not where it was (sub 1p) but close to it. This is happening bc you don't produce good results and don't maintain the sentiment and the confidence. Moreover after the sale of the main project, Jan has started from begging. If before that share price was 2p, how can it be now 1.8p, when you have almost nothing. One word overvalued.
fillipe: Thanks swizz - most useful info! Herewith courtesy of Google translate. ValOre Metals Corp., a High Potential Recovery Miner? In summary ValOre Metals Corp. is a gold, platinum, nickel, palladium and especially Uranium mining company. The stock lost 90% of its value because of the collapse of the price of uranium following the Fukushima disaster. It has strong potential for recovery thanks to the acquisition of the site Pedra Branca, Brazil, in 2019. ValOre Metals Corp. (TSX-V: VO) is a Vancouver-based company that manages a portfolio of uranium and precious metals exploration projects in Canada. In addition to the Baffin gold property, ValOre holds some of the richest uranium resources in Canada. The icing on the cake: it completed in 2019 the acquisition of the mining site Pedra Branca, Brazil. Until recently, the company's name was Kivalliq Energy. Some investors, who had bought the stock at more than $ 8 Canadian, remember it and are still in heavy losses. It must be said that the company has suffered greatly as a result of the Fukushima disaster. The price of Uranium collapsed from $ 140 a pound in May 2007 to about $ 24 today. The price of uranium: one of the reasons for the fall of ValOre Metals Corp. Uranium spot price, May 2017 to October 2019 (price per pound) Add to the misfortune of the first investors the fact that the company had then proceeded to a capital increase to bail out: a new share at 0.10 CAD for a share owned. The latter had completed them by further diluting their shares. But let's see what the company has exactly as assets and especially the jewel it has just acquired in 2019 ... Here is the program : The 5 assets of ValOre Metals Corp The Pedra Branca project CEO buys shares en masse Some basic facts The shareholders of ValOre Metals Corp Conclusion You might also like: The 5 assets of ValOre Metals Corp The Angilak property of ValOre (105,280 hectares) is undoubtedly the flagship project of the group. It is located in the territory of Nunavut and is home to the "Lac 50" site, which contains 2,883,000 tonnes of uranium (U3O8) at an advertised rate of 0.69%. The total of this property is 43.3 million pounds of uranium. Kivalliq Energy, before the name change, had invested $ 55 million in this project. In addition, ValOre holds a 100% interest in the Hatchet Lake property (13,711 hectares) located in the province of Western Canada, as well as 50% of the Genesis site (131,412 hectares). These two areas are located northeast of the Athabasca Basin. In addition, it owns 100% of Baffin Gold, project insular but gold, this time. And finally, it has the very promising site of Pedra Branca, Brazil, since May 29, 2019. We will come thereafter. All of these projects have mainly five precious metals in their soil: gold, platinum, nickel, palladium and especially uranium. ValOre was the first company to sign a comprehensive uranium exploration agreement on Inuit-owned land in the Nunavut Territory, Canada. It is committed to high standards of safety, the environment and respect for local communities. The Pedra Branca project ValOre Metals Corp Logo As I explained, this year, ValOre Metals Corp bought the site called "Pedra Branca" in Jangada Mines. It paid a cash portion and a portion in shares (C $ 3 million in cash and 25 million shares). This makes Jangada the largest shareholder of ValOre before the CEO, James Paterson. This area of ​​48,000 hectares would include, according to the first reports, various precious metals: More than US $ 61 million platinum; More than $ 178 million worth of palladium (the most expensive precious metal, excluding Rhodium, which is very difficult to find and extract); More than $ 8 million in gold; More than $ 157 million nickel; More than $ 13 million worth of copper. That brings us to a total of more than 417 million US dollars in precious metals. It must of course subtract the cost of extraction to this mirobolant figure. In any case, this remains a very promising project, and the feasibility study is in progress. CEO buys shares en masse The CEO of the company, James Paterson, is currently engaged in a frantic series of purchases of own shares, for his own account. Since January 2019, he has been buying variable amounts each week, ranging from several thousand to several tens of thousands of Canadian dollars per transaction. His frenzy has even increased slightly since May 2019, during which time the acquisition of Pedra Branca at Jangada Mines was completed. The CEO now owns more than 15 million
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