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Kazera Global Daily Update: Kazera Global Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KZG. The last closing price for Kazera Global was 1.28p.
Kazera Global Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.28p and a 12 week average price of 1.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.70p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.16p.
There are currently 681,250,986 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 878,790 shares. The market capitalisation of Kazera Global Plc is £8,685,950.07.
hedgehog 100: "Nov 26, 2020,08:18pm EST|7,206 views Share Prices Rocket As The Rare Earth Rush Is Rebooted Tim Treadgold Contributor Asia From the frozen hills of Greenland to the outback of Australia a rush has restarted for rare earths, a family of metals essential in electric vehicles (EVs) and renewable energy systems. Sidelined for much of the last 10 months by the Covid-19 pandemic the re-awakening of interest in rare earths has seen leading producers and explorers enjoy sharp share price rises along with forecasts of a doubling in the price of some rare earths. The investment case for rare earths has traditionally been based on the need to break the near-monopoly control of the industry held by Chinese producers. That concern remains a factor, especially for European and U.S. car makers who need long-life magnets made from two of the metals, neodymium and praseodymium, in their increasing output of EVs. But the new price-driving factor is a developing shortage, even from China, caused by confidence in the start next year of strong global economic growth and a lack of investment in exploration and mine development. A measure of investor interest can be seen in robust investor support this week for a $22 million (A$30 million) capital raising by an Australian company planning to develop a rare earth mine in Greenland. The funds will be used by Greenland Minerals to accelerate work on its Kvanefjeld rare earth project in the south-east of the island which is an autonomous territory of Denmark. Increasing confidence in the mine development plan of Greenland Minerals has seen the company’s share price double since mid-year. It’s a similar story at Lynas Corporation, an established Australian producer of rare earths and the biggest supplier of the metals outside China. Since slumping to mid-March low of 75c (A$1.02) Lynas has risen by more than 250% to $2.65 (A$3.64), partly because it has resolved an impasse with the government of Malaysia over the treatment of rare earth ore and partly because of rapid growth in demand for non-Chinese supplies of the essential metals. UBS, an investment bank, is confident that demand for EVs will trigger a substantial increase in rare earth prices over the next few years, especially for neodymium and praseodymium (commonly traded as NdPr) which could double from $50/kilogram to $100/kg by 2024. To meet rare earth demand in EVs, which require about five-times as much rare earth material as vehicles with a combustion engine, an estimate which means the supply for NdPr needs to triple by 2030. ..."
hedgehog 100: "Jan 4, 2021,03:11am EST|4,577 views Tesla’s Record Sales Drive A Battery Metals Revival Tim Treadgold Contributor Asia Tesla’s success in selling almost 500,000 electric vehicles (EVs) in 2020 has reignited investor interest in companies producing battery-making metals, such as lithium, with some miners starting to outperform the car maker on the stock market. For investors. what’s happening with battery-metal miners looks like a re-run of the boom conditions in 2017 when share prices rocketed up despite sluggish EV sales. That first flush of demand for mining and exploration companies exposed to lithium, graphite, cobalt and nickel ended in a spectacular bust because metal supply significantly outstripped demand for EVs. The battery metals crash, which lasted until early this year, was a classic demonstration of arriving too early at a party—which can be worse than being last to leave. This time it should be different because EV demand really is rising as seen in last year’s 36% increase in Tesla sales despite the depressing effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on global mobility and overall vehicle demand. Tesla On Top, For Now While Tesla is the current EV leader, it is being joined in the race to overtake internal combustion engines by traditional vehicle leaders, such as Mercedes Benz, Toyota, Ford and Audi. Increasing competition for EV sales, as obstacles such as limited charging stations and range anxiety are overcome, is being boosted by government incentives for drivers to make the switch. In the two months since the U.S. elected a more environmentally focused President in Joe Biden, the shift towards EVs has accelerated and can be seen in Tesla’s 76% share price rise since early November from $400 a share to $705. But Tesla’s rise has been matched, and in some cases beaten, by battery metal companies as they are being re-discovered by investors. Lithium Miners Charging Back Pilbara Minerals, an Australian producer of lithium, is up 137% since early November. While it’s easier for a relatively small company valued at $1.8 billion to rise faster than Tesla with its $670 billion stock market value, the double-your-money win in just eight weeks is very real for Pilbara shareholders. Other lithium miners are joining the battery metals charge. U.S.-based Albemarle Corporation has enjoyed a 58% share price rise since November 4, up from $93.43 on the New York Stock Exchange to $147.52 at the close on Friday. Graphite explorers and producers have shared in the return of confidence in the battery metals story with Talga Group, an Australian-based and Swedish-focused developer of graphite products, up 65% since early November. Investment banks have been dusting off their battery metal research. Goldman Sachs, late last month, lifted its forecasts for lithium. Spodumene (a primary ore of the metal) is tipped to rise from $395 a ton to $536/t this year. Lithium hydroxide (a processed form of the metal) is forecast to rise from $10,882/t to $11,800 and then up to $13,000/t in 2023. The key to the revitalization of the battery metals sector lies in rapid growth in consumer demand for EVs, the missing link in the original flush of enthusiasm, and while it is Tesla leading the way, other vehicle makers are compounding demand growth and potentially exposing a shortage of some critical metals. If shortages do develop, battery metal prices could spike higher with a corresponding effect on share prices."
hedgehog 100: Interesting to see that PAL (Equatorial Palm Oil) has just moved into heavy mineral sands, with a reverse takeover of Capital Metals. And the market seems to like the move, judging by the positive share price reaction. Up 30% so far today to 19.5p, a market cap. of £33.57M. This bodes well for KZG when its own heavy minerals sands acquisition is finalised, expected imminently 23/12/2020 09:30 UKREG Equatorial Palm Oil plc Acq'n of CML; Publication of Admission Document "The Company is pleased to confirm it has conditionally raised GBP2,000,000 at a post consolidation price of 12p per share (0.6p pre-consolidation) ("Placing Price") through an oversubscribed Placing by its broker Brandon Hill Capital Ltd. In addition, a further GBP85,000 has been raised through a subscription with existing management at the Placing Price. Further details of the Placing and Subscription can be found below. The Placing and the Subscription are intended to support the proposed acquisition of Capital Metals Limited for GBP15.84 million, which is being funded through the issue of new ordinary shares at the Placing Price. The Placing and Subscription in addition to current funds held by the Company provides sufficient working capital for the Company to significantly advance the Development Study and Work Programme of the Eastern Minerals Project in Sri Lanka (the "Project"), the principal asset of CML. The acquisition of CML is conditional upon approval by shareholders in a general meeting scheduled for 11 January 2021. ... Asset Overview The Project has an established JORC Resource of 17.2Mt, of which 84% is in the Measured and Indicated categories, with an average grade of 17.6% Total Heavy Minerals ("THM"), making it one of the highest grade deposits in the global peer group. ... Construction is targeted to commence in Q4 2021, with first production in 2022. ... "...The Eastern Minerals Project is one of the highest grade mineral sands deposits globally and also benefits from a low CAPEX requirement to production. ..." ..." 13/01/2021 08:07 UKREG Equatorial Palm Oil plc Change of Name; Total Voting Rights " ... The Change of Name to Capital Metals plc has now been confirmed at the Registrar of Companies. The Company's ticker is expected to change from PAL to CMET with effect from 14 January 2021. Total Voting Rights Following readmission earlier today of the enlarged share capital following the reverse takeover of Capital Metals Limited, for the purposes of the Disclosure Guidance and Transparency Rules, the Company's total issued share capital consists of 172,188,875 ordinary shares of 0.2 pence each. ... " Equatorial Palm Oil (PAL):
hedgehog 100: Thanks Outspan. "ALIGN RESEARCH TOP 7 CONVICTION CALLS FOR 2021 December 30, 2020 | Posted by admin Well, its that time of year again and, like many, we are certainly very pleased to see the back of 2020. From a recommendations viewpoint we had some stellar success with Eqtec, Argo Blockchain & Gaming Realms, each of which multi-bagged to varying measures and exceeded our price targets. This year we tried to narrow our highest conviction calls down to 5 but simply could not. Each of the recommendations below warrant an inclusion and so we hope it is a “lucky 7” for us and those that follow our lead, and our money. We make the point that the calls are offered up below not in any particular order. It can be seen HERE also that we have major stakes in a number of them. We continue to believe that we are unique in truly “putting our money where our mouth is”. We thus wish all our readers and followers a healthy, Covid free(!) and prosperous 2021. ... 2 – KAZERA GLOBAL INVESTMENTS – current price 1.475p Upfront disclosure – we are the largest shareholders here. Second blunt statement, are very happy indeed to sit in this position. In late 2020, the Kazera story really started coming together quite rapidly and we now believe that company is poised at the dawn of a new era which should usher in the generation of substantial value for equity holders. What’s even better is that the shares remain “under the radar” unlike many of the smaller miners with dubious prospects that have been heavily promoted and their valuations are well out of sync with underlying fundamentals. We believe the polar opposite applies here at Kazera and expect that the stock is likely to be one of the star performers of 2021 in the junior mining sphere. In our opinion, the stock has only just begun its move up from what was, to all intents and purposes a shell valuation as the market lost faith in the likelihood of the Tantalite Valley Mine ever being put into production. At the heart of the Kazera story lies its 100%-owned world-class tantalum mine which boasts blue-sky potential. Even better, this stuff is high-grade, low radioactive (very important for offtakers) and there is also quite a bit of lithium – the rare earth du jour given the global move towards increased “electrification” and away from fossil fuels. Tantalum is one of the rarest elements on the planet and Kazera’s partners are large US electrical equipment companies – no names mentioned. The stock market seems yet to wake up to the fact that along with the rare earth elements, on the list of critical metals are also manganese and tantalum. ... A recurring theme last year has been China’s stranglehold on rare earths and so, the US has been in the process of attempting to reduce its reliance on the Chinese for its supply of critical metals. Truth is that the US needs to rapidly establish alternative sources of supply. For tantalum there are few places to go as so little of this critical metal is produced and where it is, there is usually a high radioactivity content. It is for these twin reasons that tantalum plays like Kazera are extremely rare. So far so good. However, the stumbling block to commercial production has been a lack of water. Boreholes in the area just could not supply the needs of the processing plant (which like the mine is already in place). The solution is a 13km pipeline from the Orange River which would solve this problem, coupled with some plant upgrades, which will cost US$3-5 million. ... The impressive progress on the ground in South Africa seems to be now, finally, matched with developments in Namibia. The prospect of growing cash flow from the new diamond and HMS operations is poised to have a transformational effect on the company and its share price. Such improving fundamentals ought to attract the spotlight to firmly shine on Kazera and with the announcement on the 21st December in which management veritably telegraphed that there is a signed subscription agreement “at a price in excess of the current share price (then 1.25p)” it looks as if the first few weeks of 2021 will cement this. Without the water problem, this tantalum mine could make several million dollars a year as it stands without upgrading the plant. With the cash from the new Namibian investors, there should be nothing holding the tantalum project back as it has the plant, mine and ore resources in place. The interesting thing that we have seen in the markets time and again is that as soon as a company starts generating cash flow, belief starts to return and its effect can be transformational. With the investors having been on site and successfully completed their due diligence investigations, the subscription price is said to be reflective of NAV and that we estimate to be between 1.5 – 2p. As the largest shareholders we await the conclusion of this with eager anticipation and expect the investment level will set a new base for the stock. Having initiated coverage on Kazera with a Conviction Buy stance in early August 20202 at 0.70p we set an initial target price of 2.50p. Now with the stock currently sitting at 1.475p and news flow to come on many fronts through 2021 we are more than happy to reconfirm our highly positive recommendation and plan to, post the concluded investment, update our model and note extensively. With, in 2021/2 hopefully a fully fledged HMS operation, tantalum and lithium production, the trading arm and diamond mining generating useful cash we are hard pressed to find another listed mining entity in London on the cusp of so many near term cash flow generative events. ..." HTTP://
hedgehog 100: "KAZERA GLOBAL – NOW IN THE CLOSING STAGES OF A “MATERIAL” EQUITY SUBSCRIPTION AT A PREMIUM TO CURRENT STOCK PRICE. BUY December 21, 2020 | Posted by admin Big fat disclaimer upfront – we are, presently, the largest shareholders in Kazera Global. Supplementary comment – we are very, very pleased to be in this position! News out this morning from Kazera Global looks to be the very essence of a veritable “early Xmas present” for shareholders with the company updating the market on no less than 3 positive fronts: Firstly, it seems the diamond operation has been embedded nicely and, set against the backdrop that has been the disaster of Covid19 this year, is working as should be, namely production is being ramped up in earnest following “proof of concept” completion. We anticipate within 2-4 months production of 300-400 carats per month from their Alexander Bay operations and which would give the company cash flows of approx $100,000 per month – more than enough to cover corporate overhead. Secondly, it seems that the potential company making, in it’s own right, Heavy Mineral Sands licence application is now drawing to its hoped for final conclusion and award. We await the CPR here but based on the success that Mineral Commodities have been having in their Tormin fields just south of the applied for areas by Kazera, it looks very likely that the same grades will be achieved. It is worth pointing out that listed peer Mineral Commodities primary asset is their South African HMS operations and their market cap is now approaching £100m – see HERE further details ref the prize at hand for Kazera shareholders. Assuming the successful licence application, as we have detailed in our full note HERE, the company has what we understand to be an in principle agreement with an International player to fund a potential Build Own Operate (BOO) structure enabling the combine to benefit from some of the processing upside and receive a materially higher price. Land for the slated plant has already been identified between Alexander Bay & Port Nolloth and the International partner has indicated that it would invest around US$20 million to build a 20,000tpa pilot plant at its own cost. This would result in Kazera receiving up to 6 times more per tonne for its HMS than the unseparated price (US$135-140/t) and which would usher in the potential of annual revenues net to Kazera in excess of US$10 million. It is thought that such a plant could be up and running within 18 months of Kazera being granted its licence. Thirdly and most excitingly, it seems the company is now in the closing stages of the telegraphed “substantial” equity investment by major Namibian investors. This was trailed in early Dec in this expansive RNS per HERE. Pertinently, managements language use is noticeable, in particular these lines – “…the Directors are very confident that they will have secured additional financing sufficient for both the Company’s working capital needs and capital requirements in respect of its Tantalite Mine” & “The Company is pleased to report that it has agreed commercial terms with such investor for a substantial equity investment at a value in excess of the current share price. The Directors believe that the investment can be finalised in the coming weeks subject to receipt of banking consents in Namibia”. We do not know the exact terms of the transaction but it is telling that the “in excess of the current share price” remains valid with the price at 1.25p. Our own estimate of NAV is between 1.5-2p using the company’s own last reported accounts and adding in the Deep Blue Minerals acquisition as detailed in the summer (see HERE) at £6.6m to its balance sheet value. Using elementary mathematics alone ref the current share count, this results in a pointer north of 1.5p. ..." HTTP://
hedgehog 100: And in fact, the singles from REM's classic LP record "Automatic for the People" can help to illustrate KZG's investment credentials: 1. "Drive" (Released: October 1, 1992) - KZG's current pre-overdrive mode. 2. "Man on the Moon" (Released: November 21, 1992) - KZG shareholders 'walking on the moon' after the anticipated coming positive newsflow. 3. "The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite" (Released: February 5, 1993) - The KZG share price consolidating before the next leg up. 4. "Everybody Hurts" (Released: April 15, 1993) - Investors with poor cyclical market timing. 5. "Nightswimming" (Released: July 15, 1993) - KZG's diamond project workers cooling off after a hard day's work. 6. "Find the River" (Released: October 21, 1993) - KZG's coming pipeline to its tantalum project.
hedgehog 100: al101uk 8 Dec '20 - 12:53 - 12 of 26 al101uk 9 Dec '20 - 11:15 - 16 of 26 al101uk 9 Dec '20 - 14:57 - 18 of 26 al101uk 10 Dec '20 - 10:33 - 22 of 26 al101uk 11 Dec '20 - 10:21 - 25 of 26 " ... You haven't asked for my rationale on KZG, so I haven't posted it ..." Really?! Presumably your bearish rationale, whatever it my be, isn't based upon KZG's progress on its Deep Blue Minerals (DBM) diamonds project. Acquired only six months ago, with a timeline of 12 months to restart production and revenue generation, progress since then has been simply breathtaking. The timeline of 12 months to generate revenues has been smashed - HALVED in fact - and delivered UNDER budget. And all this in the middle of a pandemic! This clearly bodes very well for KZG's other operations. 04/06/2020 06:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Kazera Global PLC Acquisition of Diamond and HMS interest LSE:KZG Kazera Global Plc " ... Kazera to acquire a 90% stake in Deep Blue Minerals (Pty) Limited ("DBM") and a stake in Whale Head Minerals (Pty) Limited ("WHM") (the "Acquisitions") ... -- Near-term Diamond production via DBM: o Historical production grades of 10ct/ht, producing over 10 million carats of gem grade diamonds since production began in 1928 o Timeline of 12 months to restarting production and revenue generation following completion of acquisition ..." 30/07/2020 06:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Kazera Global PLC Operational Update LSE:KZG Kazera Global Plc "... Kazera Global plc ("Kazera Global", "Kazera" or "the Company"), the AIM quoted investment company, is pleased to provide the market with an update on progress following its acquisition of Deep Blue Minerals on the 15(th) of last month: ... The above have all been achieved within budget and ahead of anticipated time scales. ..." 08/10/2020 06:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Kazera Global PLC Diamond Production Commenced at Deep Blue Minerals LSE:KZG Kazera Global Plc " ... Dennis Edmonds, Kazera Executive Director managing the Alexander Bay projects, commented: "I am very proud of the way in which everyone has pulled together in these very trying times. It is a real testament to the quality of the team to have got into the full swing of production at the same time as getting the site fully established and achieving all other milestones whilst remaining comfortably within budget. We are excited by what the auction process will deliver." ..." 11/11/2020 10:16 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Kazera Global PLC Maiden Diamond Delivery LSE:KZG Kazera Global Plc " ... Diamond Production The Company is pleased to announce that, following the commissioning of its scalping /screening plant on Monday, 2 November 2020, it has produced a total of 4,000 tonnes of gravel. Of this, just over 2,000 tonnes of gravel have been processed by the final recovery plant and will be sold in the auction due to take place this month. ..." 01/12/2020 11:27 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Kazera Global PLC Namibia Update and Overview LSE:KZG Kazera Global Plc " ... Diamond and Heavy Mineral Sands Activity The Company expects to receive very shortly the proceeds from the sales of the first sale of the Diamonds following the auction announced on 11 November 2020. In addition, reports indicate that the legal process for the acquisition of the Heavy Mineral Sands rights in South Africa is now making substantial progress. ..."
al101uk: "Shareholders don't 'suffer' from share consolidations" They do when it's paired with massive dilution. Dilution can be ignored if the share price goes up, consolidation can not. My argument was that shareholder value hasn't risen and that the perceived increase in value came about due to consolidation. When you reverse out that consolidation, you find that the shares that were bought for 8.25p, would, if fully diluted, have a base price of 0.01p and even accounting for the perceived rise in share price would have lost an investor around 99.5% of their money. "Clarke began his career" I know... Pet City... Magestic Wines, blah blah blah. I did the research (it's on one of the AMER boards somewhere). It's an argument that was being made a decade ago on Amerisur. Shareholders struggled to make a penny during the time that any of these companies were publicly tradable and GC was in charge. He did well during the companies non-listed phase and at least Majestic Wines did fantastically when he left.. Pet City not so much iirc. I'm not saying GC is stupid or a bad business man, I'm saying he knows how to make money for himself and understands when it's a good idea to sell the risk on to other investors via sale or listing. You haven't asked for my rationale on KZG, so I haven't posted it, but it's certainly not a macro view on the mining cycle that got me to where I am. Again, if you want to hear my view and argue against it I'm happy to post it.
al101uk: Been an age since I've visited here and seems like everyone is very positive! Looked at some of the news coming out recently and read that the proposed investment will be based on the net asset value of the company as opposed to share price (the NAV being higher than the current share price). That raised the question of what the NAV actually is. So I hit financials on advfn and got a figure of 0.5p-ish. Then I went to check the Report by Align Research who estimate a net asset value of 1.5-2p. Thinking maybe ADVFN have got it wrong I went to the Kazera website and checked the last results (2019) and they report 0.5p-ish. So I assumed that something has happened in the meantime to increase the NAV. I've found that they bought a diamond mining company, but given 50 carrats of production from 2000 tonnes of gravel and given the financials at Kazera I assume not a lot was paid and it would not immediately add value. I can find no indication of the price they paid but I assume it wasn't equal to the companies current market cap. Then there is the increase of ownership to 100% of African Tantalum (previously 75%)... that was done at a cost of £26K in June presumably valuing the entire asset at just over £100K. I understand that the price paid doesn't reflect the work that has been completed at the site... but following the money I can't get to a 1.5p NAV there either. Can anyone clarify as obviously, if an investor is willing to pay 2p per share, while the share price is just over 1p and the NAV is to all appearances 0.5p, yet claimed to be closer to 2p, something is wrong somewhere? You'll forgive me for a being a little sceptical, but Giles Clarke and Co have some previous with having funding imminently sorted and building pipelines :-) Ironveld & Amerisur. edit - Diamond Mine cost £600K.
hedgehog 100: QS99, There's multiple further positive share price drivers which could be due imminently: • New Align Research KZG research note with a meaningful increase in their 2.5p share price target. • Strategic equity investment in KZG reflective of KZG's NAV (1.5p - 2p per share). • Completion of the Whale Head Minerals heavy minerals sands deposits acquisition. The strategic equity investment should enable KZG to start construction of the Orange River Pipeline, which should be the key to unlocking the value of its potential world-class tantalum mine, towards a 'PRE-type' valuation. Pensana Rare Earths (PRE) is developing a major rare-earth mine in Angola. At 70.4p, PRE has a market cap. of £143 million, and has multibagged from 20p in July. Pensana Rare Earths (PRE):
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