Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jubilee Metals LSE:JLP London Ordinary Share GB0031852162 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.325p 2.25p 2.40p 2.325p 2.325p 2.325p 1,053,023 07:41:36
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 9.8 -20.4 -1.1 - 26.00

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/7/2018
08:21
#winner #lemon #colin-the-legend
deme1
16/7/2018
07:58
boris, have you not noticed that it seems about half the market in the UK is currently on holiday, I posted last Wed., the ADVFN monitor which normally timed out within a few seconds, is taking between 2 to 6min to time out. When I checked on Friday it took 10min!! before timed out. Besides, many pi's going on holiday, the UK has had it's driest, warmest summer so far in about 40 years, which has helped increase the amount not trading due to most likely deciding to take early hols. The good news is the weather will start to get cooler this week with some rain. Well, bad news if you want to go on holiday in UK, but good news for shares. You talk about sentiment, but anyone new to JLP would only be aware that the company hasn't done well in the past, by looking at the charts and reading posts by those pi's who keep focusing on the past. However, when they read up on the current projects, they will see the huge potential here, and how grossly undervalued the company is but if they read posts on here like yours, they might not even bother to do any research and just move on. What will get JLP noticed is positive RNS's and good news in share publications, recommendations etc., and good sentiment on these boards. We should get the Quarterly results soon then Kabwe news etc. So over the coming weeks and month's should start to get more news. It's up to pi's whether they want to buy before the rest of the market gets back from their hols, or wait and most likely pay a lot more, because any increase in buying will see the mm's quickly moving the share price up.
freedom97
14/7/2018
17:30
Quite apt for all the dreamers sinking ever deeper in the Jam Tomorrow myth... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tOPt2Pc0p4
mdalos1
13/7/2018
16:26
The sentiment and interest level in jlp is so bad that peeps aren't even prepared to buy in on the expected results rns. The history weighs so heavily here that although there's a very good chance hernic will have performed well, there's simply a lack of belief that there won't be something stinky included somewhere. What an indictment.
boris cobaka
13/7/2018
15:25
Good plan mate
frogkid
13/7/2018
15:20
Don't let him get to you frog . . .just filter the c...
ginko3
13/7/2018
13:16
Maybe we should be mining silicone . . The science teacher stood in the front of the class and said, “Kids, if you could have one raw material in the world, what would it be?” Little Stevie raised his hand and said “I would want silver, because silver is worth a lot of money and I could buy a Ferari.” The teacher nodded, and then she called on little Susie. Little Susie said, “I would want platinum because platinum is worth more than gold and I could buy a Porsche.” The teacher smiled, and then she called on Little Johnny. Little Johnny stood up and said, “I would want silicone.” The teacher said, “Silicone? Why silicone, Little Johnny?” “Because my mom has two bags of the stuff and you should see all the sports cars outside our house
ginko3
13/7/2018
12:54
hTTp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5946135/The-world-running-GOLD-Mining-experts-warn-discoveries-shrinking
robers98
13/7/2018
12:45
PIs bowed down in worship of a Jam Jar... what an image... LOLs
mdalos1
13/7/2018
12:44
hxxps://www.sprottmedia.com/the-merits-of-platinum/ Today’s market is one of only a handful of periods in history when platinum has traded more cheaply than gold. Although history tells us that this inverse price relationship will not hold fast for long, it has already been sustained for far longer than can be justified. Fundamentals will eventually reassert themselves and investors — particularly those who have never entertained platinum as an investment asset — may do well to consider the benefits platinum may bring to their portfolios. A look back over the past 40 years shows platinum’s premium over gold was often led by recognition of its fundamentals: In the late 1990s, for example, after years of tracking gold, platinum prices rose six fold in the following 10 years. Note that the last time platinum was in favor and at current levels (2006 and 2009) it nearly doubled in each of the two ensuing years. Although currently trading at a discount of ~$400/ounce to gold, platinum is 30 times rarer than its yellow counterpart. While platinum can be considered more precious than gold, its industrial usage is vast: from use in computer hard drives to the treatment of cancer and refining of petroleum. These applications will uphold platinum demand, and yet the supply side of the story is edging in the opposite direction, building a compelling case in support of platinum prices over the long term. Put simply, there is not actually very much platinum in the world. South Africa is responsible for 80% of the metal’s production, but its output is forecast to decline on account of cost pressures and falling investment by the mining sector. Thinking visually, all the platinum ever produced would only cover your ankles in one Olympic-sized swimming pool, while all the gold ever produced would fill three such swimming pools. By virtue of tight supply, in the past 40 years, platinum has been more expensive than gold for more than 80% of the time. WHY PLATINUM LOST ITS PREMIUM The decline in platinum’s premium over gold can be partly attributed to increased demand for gold-containing indices. Since 2014, a massive move in global assets from active to passive funds meant a resulting increased ownership of commodity indices. At the time, these commodity indices happened to include gold and not platinum (due to market size). This surge in demand bolstered the price of gold while platinum did not benefit. The accepted explanation was that platinum was seeing poor fundamentals, but this is incorrect. DEMAND Over the medium term, the outlook for platinum supply/demand remains appealing, with deficits more likely than surpluses. Globally, platinum supply is forecast to fall 1% in 2018 (compared with last year), while demand is likely to be up, as gains in industrial and jewelry demand offset declines from the automotive industry and investment demand. The jewelry sector accounts for 38% of platinum demand, and this is projected to rise 3% this year. Platinum is closely tied to emerging markets’ growth stories with rising middle classes representing a vast and fast-growing new consumer base. For example, in India platinum jewelry demand is forecast to rise 20% this year, and in China the growth of second- and third-tier cities is expected to trigger platinum demand growth that is likely to last into the long term. AUTOS: THE FAMILIAR ‘ELEPHANT̵7; IN THE ROOM Accounting for 41% of platinum demand, the car industry — and its tribulations — has weighed heavily on platinum prices in recent years. Although investor sentiment has yet to recover from the emissions scandal of 2015 and ongoing anti-diesel sentiment, platinum’s usage within the industry has, indeed, begun to move on. While demand from the diesel car industry has declined, other auto sectors are picking up some of the slack. For example, as the market for electric-powered cars gathers pace, fuel cells, which use platinum, look more likely to be a part of the future electric car fleet and an exciting new source of demand growth. CONCLUSION Platinum is clearly undervalued relative to its past, to its production cost, and to gold. Contagion from the diesel scandal and distortions arising from trends in passive investing have triggered the kind of disconnect between fundamentals and price that investment opportunities are made of. Although past performance is by no means an indicator of future performance, it is worth noting that when platinum’s fundamentals are the dominant driver of its price, two to six fold price increases have resulted as well as a healthy premium to gold.
gsg
13/7/2018
12:28
charliee I could understand some being concerned if they're version of events are quite different. Maybe some confusion on AB's part but if his turned out to be correct it would be quite a disturbing situation with LC being worshipped so highly amongst the jlp brethren.
boris cobaka
13/7/2018
12:17
hxxps://www.sprottmedia.com/the-merits-of-platinum/
gsg
13/7/2018
11:21
Boris We did have a very recent JLP RNS update on Kabwe, plus a chat on Directors Talk on the same date and both are far more technical than the Borelli outpourings onto on the bosom of BB poster. The two CEOs version of events are almost alternative realities on the finance, progress and discussions with the ministry. On finance "Jubilee will continue to fund the construction of the zinc circuit during this period" On progress, all set out clearly for each stage (technical development, engineering design and execution ie construction) of each of the (now) separate processes (for zinc, lead, vanadium and final treatment) On discussions "we continue to have positive discussions with the Department of Mines and Minerals in Zambia." That is amplified more in the talk and essentially, they are continuously keeping the Zambian govt. informed of progress, which is seen as vitally important. My read of it is that the terms of the licence have put the project on a tight timescale and LC is keeping the Zambian govt. onside with time progress and probably environmental impact, as the clean up is part of the win for them, along with jobs in a very poor area.
charlieeee
13/7/2018
09:07
Oh yes, the copper plant and the pieces of copper presented.
fireball xl5
13/7/2018
08:57
gsg surely not!
boris cobaka
13/7/2018
08:52
I believe before being officially appointed, the Nomad wants to visit the Kabwe site to quantify progress. Otherwise the Nomad would just be taking Borelli's word that Kabwe exists. BMR have a history of inventing projects which did not exist and which were signed off by a Nomad under previous BMR management regimes.
gsg
13/7/2018
08:44
So BringMyReward says re. BMR, "We have a new Nomad doing a lot of work for us at the moment and they will be visiting Kabwe next week so hopefully everything should be lined up ready for the end of the month." Then why hasn't BMR issued an RNS re. the appointment of the new Nomad? In the last BMR RNS it says: "Resignation of Nomad & Joint Broker Separately, having previously served notice on BMR of its intention to resign, WH Ireland Limited today resigns as Nominated Adviser and joint broker to the Company. BMR is in advanced discussions with an alternative Nominated Adviser and will make a further announcement in this regard in due course. If (i) a replacement Nominated Adviser is not appointed within one month or (ii) the Companies securities are not re-admitted to AIM by 7 August 2018, the admission of the Company's securities to trading on AIM will be cancelled." Or maybe because their shares are still suspended, they don't need to announce straight away.
freedom97
13/7/2018
08:39
Well some might say it's about time we got some detail. We don't get it from jlp so more power to his larynx...
boris cobaka
13/7/2018
08:35
True boris. That would land them in hot water. It is amazing the detail regarding JLP that is being openly discussed by Borelli and then posted onto a forum.
gsg
13/7/2018
08:32
Btw corruption in Zam is appalling so there could very likely be leaks about license stuff before jlp get's a chance to rns. Watch the volumes for a possible clue.
boris cobaka
13/7/2018
08:29
GSG - if someone uses 'inside information' to acquire or short jlp and it can be determined to be price sensitive to jlp which if it's to do with kabwe i'd say it would then they could be in a spot of bother.
boris cobaka
13/7/2018
08:21
Not sure of the rules, however as BMR are suspended it is not price sensitive information to them.
gsg
13/7/2018
08:12
frog I agree but I guess it saves the cost of an rns…. 'money's too tight to mention.....' Could be an issue though if true and someone deems the information as price sensitive to jlp... Much better to keep the trap shut or at least be very selective as to what is divulged. EDIT: with a loose lipped borelli it would imo be worth watching the volumes very closely. He may inadvertently let something even more price sensitive slip....
boris cobaka
13/7/2018
07:59
it seems incredible that he would have this phone chat with a PI.
frogkid
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