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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kefi Minerals Plc LSE:KEFI London Ordinary Share GB00BD8GP619 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.0275 2.67% 1.0575 1.05 1.065 1.145 1.035 1.05 44,554,882 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -5.0 -1.0 - 15

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09/3/2020
16:30
Good to see all you ol' folk self isolating;) M
marnewton
09/3/2020
15:57
As with the UK, I imagine in the EG the decision to hold, and the date for, a General Election would be decided by the Cabinet, and the date then generally publicised. I see no reason why Harry should/would have been involved with this, and, it seems likely to me, that he first knew about it was when the date was publicised. He would then, presumably, have to find out what, if any, complications there would be for Kefi from the EG and the ANS. Who knows when they fully clarified this?
scrappycat
09/3/2020
15:50
You're right, Harry should plan his country elections better!Chopper!
shortarm
09/3/2020
15:22
I recall plenty of RNS being issued with promises of this and that at Urals Energy and they were producing! The promises of action were unending, money went somewhere and they were suspended from AIM after a while never to return. Nothing similar at all, just plenty of false statements in RNS that some shareholders kept holding on to as possibly about to happen. Those shareholders assisted the lack of clarity and misdirection of the board by defending it. I only care about trusting the announcements, and not turning a blind eye for too long (says he, still here and down quite a few university courses for my petit-enfants!) Anyone any idea when Harry knew about the elections being a problem? The ones in May that is? He wouldn't answer for some strange reason on Friday - of course, just one of the many not answered that cut to close to the bone... Topicel
topicel
09/3/2020
14:54
space-bob. I deal in the facts, only as revealed in the RNSs, and voice opinions, that are admittedly conjecture, based on those facts. You can believe what you wish, but the major source of ramping, as you choose to call it, is, in my opinion, a widespread belief that the mine will open. As a new visitor, and not invested, which is apparently what you are, you are unlikely to be fully familiar with the history. Again I say, think what you will,. I care not one iota. Simple question. If you do not believe the mine will open, then what are you doing posting here - and don't say it is your altruistic nature? It seems you are awaiting the projected dilution, and are happy to try to depress the share price whilst waiting. The history of the company is what it is, I am interested in the future.
scrappycat
09/3/2020
14:10
Price will not go up substantially due to any ramping only one of three things Jibal Qutman becoming available, good results from Hawiah or ANS paying their first trance. If you believe any of those have a good chance of happening Kefi looks undervalued if you do not think any if them will happen kefi looks overvalued.
robjm66
09/3/2020
13:18
I believe what Harry said in the webinar if anything he was too honest if you can be and went over top with the detail. When he talked about talking to a bank about the list of things left to do (which only had a few items left) almost expected him to start going though them one by one followed by his shopping list. Think the interview could see the same thing after each answer he said the same thing "perfect" bit like the work colleague that comes round personally to say they really like your new project and the way you are doing it (translation the really hate your new project and you).
robjm66
09/3/2020
12:41
If Harry is investing - as he has done in a very big way, then it is far better that he buys directly from the company as that way he shows his commitment AND the money goes to the company, and, heaven knows, the company needs the money.
goatherd
09/3/2020
12:39
Topicel, 'Your comments are simply denial of the evidence or stupid or, and I hope not, with ulterior suspicious motives. There is no other answer to your stated position.' Well, as I am someone who has been a Navigator of a V bomber (and in charge of the nuclear weapon), someone who has run my own business, someone who has been awarded a Mensa Certificate, someone who has been a top level Tournament Bridge player, and someone who still enjoys playing competitive bridge, enjoys cryptic crosswords (e.g. The Times) and sudoku, I think it is reasonable to say that I am not stupid. Neither am I in denial, and it should be clear from my posts, even to you, that I harbour NO suspicious motives. I say things as I see them from my point of view. I do not make recommendations, but leave people to draw their own conclusions. It seems honesty makes you suspicious. Why is that, I wonder? Can it be that you are less than honest yourself?
scrappycat
09/3/2020
12:38
Topicel, Have you ever thought of taking the verbal type of Immodium?
goatherd
09/3/2020
11:59
If, being the operative word.
divmad
09/3/2020
11:50
With the sell off there is now a huge amount of liquid capital sat on the sidelines, at both institutional and PI level. If what the company is saying is correct and ANS will pay their first tranche shortly, then with the climate of fear and current gold price, the rebound here could be ballistic. It's just whether or not you choose to believe the very clear and unequivocal Q&A answer over the weekend or not. If you don't, I see no reason to remain an investor in KEFI, at least in the short term. I am, perhaps stupidly, choosing to believe that ANS will pay up soon. For that reason KEFI is the only share in my portfolio that I haven't liquidated to cash to sit out the current turmoil. The drop has been painful to watch, but so would be missing out on the bounce at the open if / when the news comes.
jaylett
09/3/2020
10:40
It really is quite simple, Topicel. I play the game to make money for my grandchildren, not for myself. Ultimately, I believe, virtually whatever the dilution (that may, or may not be that significant), the share price will be many multiples of the current price. You too seem to believe this, otherwise why remain invested as you claim you are. Nobody likes losing money, including you. .
scrappycat
09/3/2020
10:19
Added.Showed as sells.
richsmithsmith
09/3/2020
10:12
Found a bit more money at the back of the sofa. Can't resist at this sort of price. After all, IMHO, this mine will open, the only question is when!!! I can wait.
scrappycat
09/3/2020
10:05
Yes, agreed. They've been a tad unlucky that their own shambolic performance has coincided with recent market turmoil. But much of the blame for the share price drop over the past few weeks can be laid at KEFI's door. An earlier post reminded us that the last placing was on December 17th, almost three months ago. Given monthly expenditure, the money raised then must be very nearly exhausted by now. Another fundraising can not be far away. Last one was at 1.25p. Next one likely to be around 0.75p? If ANS cough up no money until September we will need to find another £3m between now and then just to "keep the lights on", including Harry's salary, which is twice the amount of the Prime Minister's!!!!!! I'm wearily expecting my regular quota of red thumbs and the usual comments sbout de-rampers and non-holders. Realism has been completely discarded as far as KEFI and Harry are concerned, it seems.
chopper harris1
09/3/2020
09:59
The drop is partly due to,you can't believe a word they say.Gold is going through the roof,Kefi should be a safe haven given we are supposedly building a Gold mine worth 100's millions.
peverill
09/3/2020
08:58
This drop is due to general market conditions and not just the ethiopians money yet to be put in.
hraj
09/3/2020
08:04
So, who was the weakest link in the chain?
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