Jubilee Metals Investors - JLP

Jubilee Metals Investors - JLP

Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Jubilee Metals Group Plc JLP London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-0.10 -0.81% 12.20 16:08:17
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
12.30 12.20 12.40 12.20 12.30
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Posted at 03/2/2023 16:41 by goforgold1
Bye bye OAP . What a weird BB some strange investors here. Was an experience even had someone trying to bad me lol . Off here
Posted at 03/2/2023 13:13 by goforgold1
The colin Baird Casino AIM made a fortune while investors chase the Rainbow he offers people . Who fall for it every time
Posted at 03/2/2023 11:58 by goforgold1
Nick.You investors on this BB . Are the funniest i have ever been on . You all must be OAP lol with no sense of humour or on big losses here . O well i keep posting to give you a life i guess
Posted at 02/2/2023 16:29 by goforgold1
The problem is if you can double your money now without any stress just feed into the market as that's what happened here. Plus still is hence the watching paint dry the privilege got these shares, not private investors. It's totally not a fair playing Field. If I had these warrants I would be selling as well. Double my money all buys today but no movement most good companies have moved up with the rally this has not been because of warrants. Plus cheap funding shares Colins MO. It's never recovered because of funding and warrants at very low prices. .AS I SAID ITS VERY FRUSTRATING. When you watch the privilege double their money as you watch. Then you buy to make them richer
Posted at 02/2/2023 08:21 by goforgold1
Well don't worry share is well more down than 15 percent lol. We have buyers here now looks like some institutional investors buying . Before RNS you still have overhang of warrants lol . Killed this company
Posted at 01/2/2023 22:24 by goforgold1
Well done it's a mine field of Con men and Scamms now AIM and the oil and gas sector . .It's happening nearly every month now . To many Private investors getting conned and mugged by CEOs doing there paid interviews on Zak and proactive . Scandal only did a interview 9 days ago . Should be in prison
Posted at 17/1/2023 18:07 by 888icb
The best way for the investment companies,who hold the warrants that expire this week to bank a profit,is to sell shares now at 12p to fund the warrant exercise at 6.12p. That is the most likely cause of the recent weakness in the share price. The warrants haven’t been exercised yet so no one has sold any warrants yet. So if the institutional investors are acting responsibly that is what I would expect them to do or just exercise their warrants and increase their holding in JLP. It is not in the interests of the Institutional investors to trash their investment.
The rise of JLP towards a proper valuation should resume quickly once the warrant expiry date is reached. Ignore the derampers who keep posting rubbish about the warrants.

Posted at 17/1/2023 17:57 by genises
I dont see 34 million of warrant sells from our investor over the last few weeks.
I have seen normal investors buying and selling and the past warrants traded.
A 500,000 trade is small change for some investors.
No investor knows if the warrants have been traded already.
A true guessing game so be careful what you read.

Posted at 28/10/2022 08:40 by tonyevo256
Most investors are just looking at the bottom line without deeper research...the 6 month update will show a better bottom line...so I will be adding until then taking advantage of investors laziness...
Posted at 13/5/2022 14:08 by robers98

Investors are rushing back into Africa’s copper country

Existing investors are doubling down, and others — like giant BHP Group — are sniffing around the region for the first time in years. First Quantum Minerals. finally approved a billion-dollar expansion in Zambia, while Barrick Gold Corp., which considered selling its Zambian mine and is an outspoken critic of the Congolese government, is hunting for new projects in both countries. Anglo American announced a new joint venture in Zambia on Thursday.

What’s changed? In Zambia, new President Hakainde Hichilema is going out of his way to woo investors and repair relations damaged by his predecessor. He says he wants to triple copper output in the next decade, an ambitious target that would require $30-billion of investments, according to analysts at BMO Capital Markets.

More broadly, there’s a growing awareness that copper and cobalt are central to the world’s shift toward renewable energy, and security of supply will become crucial in the coming decades. The global copper market is already tight and new mines are difficult to find. In cobalt, Congo is so dominant that it’s impossible to ignore.

At the same time, other copper-rich countries like Peru and especially Chile — long viewed by the industry as a “safe” place to build — are looking less friendly.

“You can’t ask people to invest in your country without giving them comfort,” Barrick CEO Mark Bristow said in an interview. “Money is a very panicky commodity and it runs away quickly from stress.”

While US, European and Australian mining companies backed away from the copperbelt over the last decade, China’s resource giants have dug in. That’s nowhere more apparent than the Congolese city of Kolwezi, which owes its very existence to mining — founded in the 1930s to exploit the giant mineral deposits.

On a drive through its main street today, the cultural influence is everywhere: billboards for Zijin cement sit on nearly every corner, while Chinese karaoke bars and casinos flank the road.

Now, other mining companies are again increasing their presence and activity. In Congo, a new mine spearheaded by billionaire Robert Friedland is rapidly ramping up production under a plan that would make it the world’s third-largest producer by 2024. BHP, the world’s biggest mining company, has held talks about buying into another of Friedland’s Congo copper projects that neighbors the new Kamoa-Kakula mine, Bloomberg reported last year.

The African copperbelt and its role in supplying critical minerals is also getting increased attention at a government level. US Under Secretary for Economic Growth, Energy and the Environment Jose W. Fernandez traveled this week to speak at the annual gathering of the continent’s mining industry in Cape Town, where critical mineral supply chains formed a central theme of his remarks. His next stop: two days in the Zambian capital to meet with Hichilema.

“We think the mining sector in Africa has huge potential,” Fernandez said on a call with reporters. “We also know that in the clean energy future, critical minerals will be an important part of the solution and that African nations have a lot of the critical minerals, be it cobalt, manganese, lithium, and others, a lot of the – a lot of the critical minerals that will be needed to power turbines, to power electric batteries.”

Zambia will need to attract as much as $180-million yearly in searching for and proving new reserves alone if it is to reach the government's ambitious production targets, Sokwani Chilembo, chief executive at the country’s mines lobby group, said in an interview last week.

The country is making a concerted effort across agencies and departments to provide an attractive environment for investors, Finance Minister Situmbeko Musokotwane said in an interview in his Lusaka office on May 5.

The government sees copper as “the new oil” and wants to benefit from the growing demand for electrification in the way that oil-rich countries capitalized on energy booms, he said. That means growing production levels.

“The oil of Zambia — namely copper — is going to bring the benefits that we’ve seen elsewhere,” Musokotwane said. “Of course, it’s our responsibility that when this money comes through, it must be used properly.”

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