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Kazera Global LSE:KZG London Ordinary Share GB00B830HW33 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.15p -7.32% 1.90p 347,314 14:05:37
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.80p 2.00p 2.05p 1.90p 2.05p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -1.10 -0.50 4.9

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Kazera Global Daily Update: Kazera Global is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KZG. The last closing price for Kazera Global was 2.05p.
Kazera Global has a 4 week average price of 1.85p and a 12 week average price of 1.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.35p.
There are currently 256,849,443 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 91,667 shares. The market capitalisation of Kazera Global is £4,880,139.42.
qs99: Patience, more patience than I sometimes have is required it would seem! Let's hope the resource update is a fantastic one and that they an, a la SOLG (gold I know, but you get the gist) get a big old partner in on the game at a funding level at big old multiples of today's share price!! DYOR and GLA
cloud9surfer: Larry is an absolute disgrace having said how excited he is in interviews only to watch the share price get destroyed.
ridicule: al101uk You make some good points. My take is that the early management at the mine were not up to it. GC and the BoD eventually cottoned on to this. I attended the AGM in Cardiff a few years ago and it was clear then. I sold all my shares following that but with a good profit. One point that came out of that was that the Tantalum they mine has low radioactivity and there were other sites in Africa where the radioactivity was such that it infringed the shipping rules. They were intending to blend this with their tantalum to get the overall radioactivity level to be compliant with the shipping rules. Nothing was ever announced via RNS and I suspect the original offtake partner rejected the process. The one good point that remains is that Kazeira tantalum does have low radioactivity! I am not worried about the change of position on the manning front. I think that the other potential partners want reassurance that there is sufficient resource for a multi-year deal as you posit in your second post. The way to do this is to divert investment from manning to drilling. Even GC will not be attracted to equity raise at the current share price. I agree with your upside points, but I do not feel an equity raise is inevitable. Given the potential further uptake partners are happy with the quality of the tantalum now being produced and the quality of the management as stated in the RNS before this latest one, one of them, or more, could come in as a stakeholder, particularly if the extra resource discovered is excessive. There are clearly risks with investing here, but at 2.5-2.65p under 300m shares currently in issue and with the world wide demand for Tantalum high, I still think this is a potentially very good investment at these levels, albeit there are risks. No risk, no reward!! I have a sympathy with Chrtsalis99, but John Wardle recently taking a further significant stake tipped me into to doing the same.
ridicule: Post 77 and 78 both make some very good points that I agree with. These are why I have been reticent to reinvest to date. I suspect their options prospects keep the Directors from buying on the open market. This is a dilution risk and GC has form here. That said, Wardle has a reputation for astuteness. In terms of JORC expansion, the 8169 ppm drill sample at the Homestead site is highlighted by Larry as very encouraging and the Yellow River water extraction licence is a big plus and shows that the Government think their carrying stake in the mine is worth developing. But hey, there has been a very poorly defined outlook by KZG to date. It was only the Wardle move, the fact that mine was being poorly operated prior to Larry (may be why it was sold on twice), the very low share price and the renewed off-take interest now that the mine is being properly managed ( Larry is a recognised Tantalum extraction expert) that has tempted ne back in for another punt.
ridicule: There are 256.85m shares in issue and KZG currently has a market cap of £8.03 million! One has to ask whether a tantalum mine, selling regular shipments of high-quality tantulum to an offtake partner, who has now endorsed the quality of that tantalum, a factor that was missing in the past, is fairly valued by a market cap of just £8.3 million? This thought is further underpinned by the fact that there is a second potential off take customer who has also recently endorsed the quality of the tantalum on offer. Moreover, the recent assay results from the exploration drilling have confirmed further quantities of tantalum exist and there is evidence of lithium deposits. I have made money on this company in the past when the shares could be sold for around 11p, having bought them at around the current levels or a little higher. I sold at the time, because the long predicted off-take partner was not forthcoming and the complete lack of financial information. The arrival of Larry clearly addressed the quality issues and the news that the fifth shipment to the now signed up off-take partner has taken place, renewed my interest here. I was still very wary of the lack of financial information. Then came the RNS that John Wardle, through his investment vehicle - Tracarta, had raised his stake in Kazera from 6.41% to 7.14%! Wardle is family, as has already been posted, through his Amerisur connections. He will have a much greater insight into what’s going on at Kazera, even though he is not a director in the company, he meets regularly with Giles Carl and sits on the same board in the case of Amerisur Given the foregoing, and the fact that tantalum is a rare commodity, particularly with low levels of radioactivity ( a requirement to allow shipment) and this condition exists with the Kazera tantalum, I have decided to start reinvesting here and have been buying significant chunks @ 2.90 - 3p, since the announcement that Wardle had increased his stake. In my view, despite the lack of financials, the current state of play at Kazera should justify a market cap of at least £35 to £40m. That would make this a 4 bagger from the current share price. Only time will tell?
qs99: thanks all for posts. I think some have just got fed up and sold this tax year. Still would be good to see the directors buy some shares having taken the share price to a 10th of what it was, which with all the "alleged" progress is just rubbish quite frankly!! DYOR
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