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Kazera Global Plc LSE:KZG London Ordinary Share GB00B830HW33 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 1.68 119,264 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.60 1.75 1.68 1.68 1.68
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -2.54 -0.81 5.0
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:10:58 O 50,000 1.61 GBX

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27/6/2019
09:20
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 1.68p.
Kazera Global Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.68p and a 12 week average price of 1.68p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.08p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.35p.
There are currently 286,261,207 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 217,643 shares. The market capitalisation of Kazera Global Plc is £4,794,875.22.
23/3/2019
18:28
jbfnfn: Quick question How does a JORC report differ from the information already published? A summary of recent exploration results is available on the company website from the MSA group. I don't know anything about mining (then again neither does Giles Clarke). I do know if the MSA report made it obvious that there was a lot of money to be made from the Tantalum here the share price would be a lot higher. If the upside is not obvious from the MSA report will it be obvious from the JORC report? I have a small underwater holding here I'm just a penny punter.
21/3/2019
00:26
ridicule: Your still not getting it Horneblower There are two important things when valuing a potential investment: the Mkt Cap itself and the constituent parts that produce that market cap. i.e. Mkt Cap £100 Number of shares 1000000 share price .0001 Mkt Cap £100 Number of shares 100000 share price .001 The number of shares in issue directly affects the price per share for a given Mkt Cap. It is very important to understand the two constituent parts - Quantity (shares in issue) x Value (price per share) when valuing the dynamics of an investment decision.
20/3/2019
08:24
ridicule: Horneblower, you have missed the point I was making. You have to know the number of shares in issue to calculate the market cap. Number of shares x share price. I was answering your question as to why I had mentioned the number of shares in the case of KZG. In this context it is fundamentally relevant. A low market cap company with a relatively small number of shares in issue provides much better gearing characteristics than one where the mkt cap is the same, but it is derived from a very large number of shares and a very small share price. Investors often use the term confetti when referring to the shares of such a company for that reason.
19/3/2019
19:46
horneblower: I have never understood people's interest with the total number of shares in issue. Imo, it's irrelevant. They could do a 1 for 100 consolidation tomorrow which would reduce the number in issue to 2.56 million shares and nothing would change. Equally they could do a 100 for 1 split increasing the number of shares in issue to 25.6 billion and nothing would change. Interestingly, the adjusted share price of companies who go through either process nearly always falls...because that is almost certainly what was going to happen anyway, so I don't recommend it...but it's still irrelevant imo.
19/3/2019
11:21
ridicule: Horneblower My point in highlighting the shares in issue was to show there are not as many as a lot of Aim miners. The number also derives the mkt cap when taking the share price into account. Paleje The two partners who are interested; they may also be off- take partners, reduce the risk of a fundraiser as they will buy in. The KZG asset ownership would be reduced, but that is acceptable to me, given the large expansion of their mining asset through the deals they have done over the past two years.
10/3/2019
08:08
ridicule: UKGeorge. No they are on a voyage of discovery, both how to run a mine and to define how much Tantalum and Lithium they think they have. Recruiting Larry was the first step in how best to mine Tantalum and control the grade properly. Plus points, Larry knows what he is doing. The acreage to be mind has been increased through acquisition. There are still a relatively small number of shares in issue. There are offtake partners showing interest and there are ongoing commercial discussions. There have been initial shipments to one off take partner. Tantalum is rare and expensive and in demand for the electronics industry. There are problems in shipping it, if it is radioactive. The Tantalum in this mine has low radioactivity. The lithium deposits are much further away from being exploited and defined. Downsides, the story has taken a number of years to unfold from the days when the company was called Kennedy ventures. It has been a frustrating journey but the current share price offers a very good entry point if you believe. I do and I am hoping for positive developments during 2019. There is no profit at the moment.
08/11/2018
14:23
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
11/6/2018
14:03
cloud9surfer: Larry is an absolute disgrace having said how excited he is in interviews only to watch the share price get destroyed.
29/4/2018
05:52
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.
28/4/2018
08:49
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?
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