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JLP Jubilee Metals Group Plc

-0.30 (-5.45%)
01 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jubilee Metals Group Plc LSE:JLP London Ordinary Share GB0031852162 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.30 -5.45% 5.20 1,300,688 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
5.10 5.30 5.20 5.20 5.20
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Miscellaneous Metal Ores,nec 141.93M 12.91M 0.0047 11.06 142.38M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:57 O 3,896 5.20 GBX

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Posted at 02/12/2023 08:20 by Jubilee Metals Daily Update
Jubilee Metals Group Plc is listed in the Miscellaneous Metal Ores,nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JLP. The last closing price for Jubilee Metals was 5.50p.
Jubilee Metals currently has 2,738,130,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Jubilee Metals is £142,382,760.
Jubilee Metals has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 11.06.
This morning JLP shares opened at 5.20p
Posted at 29/11/2023 21:32 by chozza
The only thing that is going to consistently drive the share price is numbers, cold, hard, cash. When JLP produce quarter after quarter of increasing revenue and profits and a growing pipeline of opportunities where it's modular processing IP can be deployed at owned tailings, unprocessed rock, then the market will believe. And the share price will reflect the actuality.
Everyone, including (or is that especially?) Leon, can talk the talk, the market will respond to those who can walk the walk. I think we are a year behind due to processing errors. Now recognised and resolved.
However, I believe and recently topped up to a overweight position. Just want to see the execution now. Patience, patience and yet more patience required.
Posted at 23/11/2023 13:52 by chozza
Please see below response From Waltie van Rensberg to my suggestion that Board members may want to show a little faith by buying some shares.

"Thank you for your continued support and commitment as a shareholder. We acknowledge and understand your concerns regarding our current share price, as well as your suggestion about board members purchasing shares.

As you are aware, board members and executives are subject to specific periods during which they can receive regulatory approval for share transactions. We endeavour to adhere to and comply with the listing requirements.

I am sure you would agree that equally as important to the share price is clarity around our strategy and business model, which we have been refining with our advisers and continue to concentrate on."

We appreciate your understanding in this matter and the continued support.

Kind regards,

On behalf of Neal Reynolds
Posted at 21/11/2023 12:07 by freedom97
"Have been clear that the only time I would reinvest back into JLP, would be a punt in the 2s"

I think you will be a very old man before you ever see share price below 3p again if ever.

I note you added, "or if at some point, certain issues had been addressed". You never mentioned what issues, so it sounds like if the share price suddenly starts moving up you will buy back in.
Posted at 15/11/2023 09:30 by kennyp52
PGM basket prices .. look at the graphs in the header .. share price has followed all the way down . Does Leon control the world price of platinum ?? No . Has he diversified the company into significant copper ? Yes . Is the copper going to be profitable ? Should be. Have we got a low production cost ? Yes . Has the market factored in the extra revenues and profits expected next year ? Of course it hasn’t - the people driving this price down are the herd that just follow graphs and when these start turning up they will dive back in. Sad to see value destroyed by such investors but until those profits are certain the basket price has caused the drop in share price . Daft as it sounds to some here .. lower basket price equals lower profit and lower EPS 🤷‍a94;️
Posted at 15/11/2023 08:55 by 888icb
It is reassuring to remember that the largest shareholder Slater Investments who recently added and is over 10%, has stuck with JLP all through the decline in share price over the last 2 years. They understand the potential of this share and clearly believe in the strategy. As the copper starts to kick in JLP will be producing serious amounts of cash, which will be turbo charged when the prices of commodities turn to a bull market.
Posted at 27/10/2023 18:38 by gsg
sb, that's the best post on here in years. It exactly sums up the current situation in the sector and puts the current JLP share price into perspective.
Posted at 18/10/2023 09:37 by jhanson
Below is the conclusion of Sarel's thorough report which suggests to me (high risk) it could be worth buying a few and holding for 5 years.

The risks faced by JMG remain the same as those discussed above. JMG is a price taker on its mineral production with no ability to dictate to the market at which price they will sell and will always be exposed to price fluctuations. Infrastructure events will remain a risk, but it is a manageable risk. Inflation and cost pressures are real and JMG has proved that they can mitigate such risks through efficiencies. Inflation is a double-edged sword that can also generate higher prices for the company’s minerals. The risk of interest rates and leverage is not of any concern as yet and should be more than eliminated in the growth strategy but must still be kept under a watchful eye especially in case the company faces more headwinds.

I have shared the disappointment of the market with the setbacks experienced by JMG. I closed all my holdings when they published the operational update and took the loss. I have only lately started to accumulate shares again with great care and cheeky bids. I felt a need to really discover the financial standing of the company as the reporting of net, cross-subsidized, prices can be confusing and opaque. I also needed the caution of solid math-based modeling separating the various business units into better-understood entities. The results of the financial modeling surprised me. I did not expect a robust comeback. I half expected a slower recovery. I certainly did not expect the recovery already be “baked in”. The strength of the copper business and the exceptional potential of the growth strategy were another positive surprise. JMG is knocking on the roof with its chrome strategy but the blue skies inherent to the copper growth strategy were inspiring. The financial model is available for download. Check the numbers. Check the logic. The numbers tell a story that 10,000 words in an article can’t. I am comfortable with my Preferred Scenario share price outcomes and expect the share price to at least double (more if you get in below 6 pence) over the next 12 months and to go on to become a ten-bagger over the next five years.
Posted at 16/10/2023 09:08 by pshevlin
That's the problem. The market has lost interest and anyone selling now will drive the share price down to very stupid levels. This is always a problem when you have such a large proportion of PIs. Seen it all before, Fortunately the company doesn't have to rely on its share price to grow but it does leave it very vulnerable to a takeover bid. That might be the only thing getting the share price rising at the moment as we won't likely be getting any figures before the AGM.
Posted at 13/10/2023 08:48 by kennyp52
Ffs .. all you need to understand is the basket price has currently fallen dramatically .. does Leon / JLP control that ? No . Does it impact profitability / cash generation ? Of course it does . Despite that have Leon and the team delivered expansion and still have cash in the bank and still delivering cash profits ? Yes . When / if the price of the commodities JLP produces rises then so will the share price . All the whinging and whining will not change that. If , like me , you think commodities will rise on a world economic recovery then hold . Am I disappointed the market cannot see the added value JLP have delivered over the last 2 years - yes . But I cannot control shareholders that panic at every juncture. I do think the company need to now concentrate on higher production / lower AISC and deliver bottom line and that is what I now want to hear from Leon for the next 2 years. No more speculative buys .. get right what we currently own . We have a very low basket AISC and huge advantage over traditional PGM miners .. consolidate & deliver $100m bottom line profit .
Posted at 26/9/2023 12:36 by adejuk
i don't remember the first but have vivid memories of the second with the first woman i loved. i just couldn't get enuf.
however, i do think the first is part of our bodily experience. even at my age i am trying to finish a book that addresses this issue. may the mystery grant me the time.
and a 21p jlp share price :-)
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