Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kazera Global LSE:KZG London Ordinary Share GB00B830HW33 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% 1.60p 1.50p 1.70p 1.60p 1.60p 1.60p 89,299 07:41:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.1 -0.5 - 4.11

Kazera Global Share Discussion Threads

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01/8/2018
08:45
New twitter account for Kazera. @KazeraPlc
cloud9surfer
28/7/2018
11:18
I edited my last post.
horneblower
28/7/2018
10:45
I think after initial drilling is done and roads are made the processing will commence again,further drilling will continue but results of drilling as we go along should give us a clearer idea of what’s there but we have a fair idea already
pranchalee
28/7/2018
09:18
Thanks, paleje. He seems somewhat subdued but he comes over as a tough, cautious, businesslike guy. Very few details, as usual. He suggests that this drilling phase will go into next year. Does that mean the processing stops for that long? He mentioned new stuff on the website but there doesn't seem to be anything there except a lot of meaningless photos without explanation. Six shipments... The last published report and accounts was for year ended end June 2017 and showed zero sales for that year or the previous year. That means the six shipments are since June 2017 ie about one every two months. How big are the shipments, 10 tons? How much are they worth and when are they paid for? If they are worth say $180,000 each then that might bring in enough income for breakeven...but I suspect they are worth less than that. Stopping mining and processing for a period of exploration drilling suggests problems at the mine for whatever reason. Lack of information is bad for the share price and I think I may have to revert to my expectation that it will continue to drop to the old low of 1.2p. Then it's a buy.
horneblower
28/7/2018
08:06
Larry with Andrew Scott on Proactive yesterday, worth 13m listen. https://tinyurl.com/y8rdzmgb
paleje
26/7/2018
12:01
So, the sixth shipment has been sent and ore processing will cease for a while. Six shipments is excellent as I seem to remember it being only two or three per year (assuming the shipments are all of the same size!). Stopping ore processing while doing extra exploration is slightly odd but seems to indicate a lack of capital. When are the shipments paid for, on receipt? Chartwise I am optimistic. There are two technical reasons to believe that a breakout from the down channel will occur here. I'm a buyer.
horneblower
21/6/2018
17:49
"there is a ban on mining in the African continent" Ridiculous thing to write.
horneblower
21/6/2018
15:29
tomboyb, Any idea what they mean in that last article where they say there is a ban on mining in the African continent? "However majority of the Tantalum ores are located in Africa and there is a ban on mining in the African continent, hence this ban will lead to a demand and supply gap in the near future which in turn will rise the price of the capacitors. So the price rise of the capacitors is expected to badly impact the growth of the Tantalum Capacitors market."
paleje
18/6/2018
09:28
If they sort this out - - - Market for Tantalum, Particularity tantalum capacitors looking to grow exponentially year on year - hxxps://www.findmarketresearch.org/2018/06/tantalum-capacitors-market-foreseen-to-grow-exponentially-over-2028/
tomboyb
18/6/2018
09:11
hxxps://www.latestmarketreports.com/2018/06/17/tantalum-capacitors-market-is-set-to-garner-staggering-revenues-by-2028/ Tantalum Capacitors Market is set to garner staggering revenues by 2028 FYI -
tomboyb
15/6/2018
17:10
fyi 20/7/2016: 67m shares at 3p 27/7/2017: 62.5m shares at 6p
wrtmf
14/6/2018
09:22
In the high risers today, couldn't resist taking a look. RNS didn't excite me hugely, it just is what it is. The company had £2.5 million in cash at the end of the half year (December) and burned £1 million last year. GC companies are good at preserving cash so I'm not so sure that they are close to another placing at the moment. The downside risk to that is that there is no visibility on contract revenue and no indication of the costs associated with this additional drilling, if it's going to be expensive, they may decide to go early. Personally I see little reason to go looking for cash until closer to full results which would be around September... I would be hoping for some news in the meantime to make that placing more palatable to shareholders. Will I be buying on this news... no, there is still no clear path to profitability and I still think there will be time enough to buy when the prospect becomes safer. ridicule and I have very different investment philosophies, I wouldn't touch Tern with a bargepole.... but well done on that one!
al101uk
14/6/2018
09:11
"You pays your money and you takes your chance!!" That's the truth of it. I added at 2.5 thinking it was a silly mcap but it managed to get smaller:) Think I'll increase but not today cos of funds but good luck jumping straight in ridicule, fortune favours the brave as they say.
paleje
14/6/2018
08:36
sabzahmed The 50/50 approach has a logic to it, but it omits one very important consideration: gearing. The number of shares one can buy this morning for a given outlay is massive compared with what one is likely to have to pay for the second 50% downstream. Today's RNS sends a number of positive messages that were missing previously and these justify max investment now. I am already in the million plus range so only bought the 210,583 today. When Tern had a positive inflection RNS, I filled my boots at 2-3p. I now have a Tern holding that I could never had afforded on the 50/50 scheme. You pays your money and you takes your chance!!
ridicule
14/6/2018
08:12
Buy half now and half later when either placing or results news is out.
sabzahmed
14/6/2018
08:09
Add now. The 210580 was a buy. Mine! There are only 250m shares in issu,e so some dilution could be absorbed, but they reduced personnel and tantalum production rates to meet current offtake demand in an attempt to preserve cash. I agree paleje that the off takers are probably pushing for the wider JORC definition in terms of multi-year security of supply.
ridicule
14/6/2018
07:56
Aside from careless heading of the RNS, they've moved quite quickly on this and they want it known. No padding or BS excitement in the statement. I think expanded and long term offtake is contingent on this exercise, it's a positive. The negative is it's got to be paid for and so has the water and ongoing admin so, whilst there must still be cash in bank, it has to be dwindling. So when to add? Now or wait for a placing which may or may not be before JORC information starts emerging.
paleje
14/6/2018
07:15
RNS Out. Supposedly an operational update. In fact, it only talks about the exploration aspects of the company’s operations. A full operational update should have included: offtake customer progress, including second customer prospect, and some reference to revenue. Typical Giles Clarke company! That said, this is a good news announcement underpinning the fact the company has finances to undertake the exploration and lithium is back in the game, albeit from a prospective, rather than defined, point of view.
ridicule
13/6/2018
12:26
If they can get the lithium play right this could be ten times the price it is now. It's a big if though and being patient is very difficult.
sabzahmed
12/6/2018
19:50
still watching out of interest. a year ago, i was holding on tight to kenv as they kept telling us of a significant lithium update in q2. it never materialised.
wrtmf
11/6/2018
16:32
That article is from the end of March when the share price was 3p. People who bought on the back of that will need 85% rise to break even. There is nothing to suggest this has reached the bottom.
sabzahmed
11/6/2018
16:15
/www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/194047/kazera-global-is-now-supplying-tantalum-to-one-of-the-worlds-largest-end-users-194047.html World class Tantulum grades - Kazera Global is now supplying tantalum to one of the world’s largest end-users Etc - Is this a big buying opp?
tomboyb
11/6/2018
15:27
Appreciated. Hope it bounces back for everyone. I just can't hold a share where I don't trust anything anymore.
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