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Kenmare Resources Plc LSE:KMR London Ordinary Share IE00BDC5DG00 ORD EUR0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -0.34% 294.00 293.00 295.00 295.00 290.00 291.00 23,230 13:09:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 204.3 37.7 30.9 9.6 323

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25/4/2018
16:52
DelBoy - nice to know you are checking across boards. Thought you were in Sawatdee-kah land at the mo. If so, what on earth are you doing posting into this multi-board bull poop dross. You surely have way more fun things to be doing - or do you need this distraction as you lather yourself up into a Singha Gold or Klosters induced decision point on the number choice gyrating in front of you? Tbh, there is a play going on here that really is none of the little people’s business. However to have this front row seat is truly fascinating - sit tight old chap and let things play out. Maybe similar to what you are staring at in the Nana, Cowboy or Banghla bars where hopefully you are and not struggling to come to your choice. Sit back, relax, ride the wave, feel special and it will all be wonderful !! Buzz and Cap are here - bring over Peace and NoSir and Supadup and anyone else that wants to keep talking largely irrelevant rubbish. You will love Whendy boy here - he is a true gem and on your side. We are thinking of orchestrating a RTO of this pathetic Aussie and AIM outfit, but waiting until we get down to pre-FP/OO price levels. Coz we all know what happens after that .... join the party buddy !
donkey40
25/4/2018
07:46
Only a 5 hour stoppage, no doubt mitigated by the generators but an interesting find nevertheless. Also, good to see upgrade works to EdM’S grid to improve future reliability. Whilst on the subject of other aliases, what’s yours on TLOU?
caposoka
25/4/2018
06:49
Hope the diesel gensets were primed and ready. More unforeseen issues. Http://allafrica.com/stories/201804190080.html
wheniamfree
24/4/2018
22:22
Children, both, get over yourselves. One is as bad as the other.
murraybasin
24/4/2018
22:20
Unfortunately for you donkey I know who you are, we’ve had this conversation though since past actions carry repurcussions. No Guinness this evening?
wheniamfree
24/4/2018
22:19
GtP is feeling lonely over on H/C - please drop by there and engage ... Oh right, sorry - you can’t. Oopsie
donkey40
24/4/2018
22:17
You forgot Thekenner, Liartidd, RTP and some others Buzz claimed. In summary, anyone posting a dissenting thought about the blue chip merits of a bag of stranded gas. Quite a few more dissenting voices emerging - sorry excuse me, I must get back to work creating yet more fake profiles.
donkey40
24/4/2018
22:07
Now now Murray, I wouldn’t give you such a disservice. I wasn’t referring to you as one of his multiple aliases, he has enough of them already. Infact I couldn’t credit him with your knowledge or intellect to be fair. I was referring to donkey40 aka Blisters aka GTP aka Kenmore aka Kanmere aka Changiboy and many other hats he dons.
wheniamfree
24/4/2018
22:04
I see. So, by agreeing with him, we become 'multiple aliases'. Sort of like, dissenting Russian and Syrian 'social media' participants become 'media bots'. I get it. The only view of the world that's right is your own. Live long with it. Shallow world you live in. As to stretching the mental capacity; haven't seen much thus far that can be stretched. More of a repeater than a thinker. Nothing by way of original thinking in any domain in evidence on your part. Presumably all of these capabilities exist in your own mind, and happily shall you live in your shell going forward.
murraybasin
24/4/2018
21:57
Well I guess only having donkey and his multiple aliases on this forum doesn’t really stretch the mental capacity. Thank goodness for twitter though, most discussions take place on social media these days I find.
wheniamfree
24/4/2018
21:44
Is the Thick Monkey, possessor of the tanking CBM project getting uppity through lack of meaningful engagement on a totally unrelated message forum? F--k, how could that come to pass. I think I'm getting to know you.
murraybasin
24/4/2018
21:37
Monkey isn't as wise as monkey tries to sound.
murraybasin
24/4/2018
21:27
Monkey sees as monkey does.
wheniamfree
24/4/2018
21:26
As I said Murray, more to it than that.
wheniamfree
24/4/2018
21:22
Unfortunately even if TLOU needs funds, I won't be a subscriber. I see little future value or in country leverage and a strong possibility of TLOU being strong-armed out of some or all of it's acreage. Even if the licenses remain in tact, there are significant challenges to extraction and commercialization. Not for me. But as you say, if you want to discuss TLOU you can do it on the TLOU board. Your 'beef' with another poster has zero weight with me. Your 'proposal' says a lot about you personally, anonymous or not. "Let’s see if he entertains sticking to each other’s boards although I doubt it." Reminds me of the US and UK governments. Collateral damage is no object as long as you get what you want in the process. Bottom of the barrel material.
murraybasin
24/4/2018
21:05
Little more to it than that Murray. As per the above however I am sure the suggested proposal would be favourable to you? Over to Donkey.
wheniamfree
24/4/2018
20:59
KMR is about 200% up since I dug in taking into account fundraiser and consolidation. I'm aiming for a minimum of another 200%. Sure, comic timing, you believe it or you don't. You need to look at other AIM or FTSE 250 mining train wrecks to see when you should move on them. TLOU could well find itself in the same boat; after all avenues and funds are exhausted, may need new money to keep it going. None of that new money will care about old money. It will be a carcass picking exercise.
murraybasin
24/4/2018
20:51
Yep donkey and what was the comparison again? -99.9% KMR Happy to put this to bed Murray but the balls in donkeys court. Let’s see if he entertains sticking to each other’s boards although I doubt it.
wheniamfree
24/4/2018
20:45
30% up on IPO - eeaaaaw, eeaaaaw, eeaaaaw. Another investor claiming entry at lowest price traded. That’s about 4 of them now... I think they all met at a frack party.
donkey40
24/4/2018
20:41
Bearing out the same thing all the time. Daggers out for KMR, nothing to support TLOU. Doesn't bother me in the slightest. I think I'll leave you two muppets at it, one is a bad as the other but I'd bet hard against TLOU in this contest. You're probably going to see 4p before 10p.
murraybasin
24/4/2018
20:24
Murray let’s discuss Kenmare shall we? As for Tlou small caps generally swing wildly so 60% off its highs but 30% up on IPO and around 90% up from my first purchase (who’s counting though right?). KMR with its revenues is what, 99.9% down since ipo? Anyway I digress, discussion here is around Kenmare. Donkey unfortunately likes to post lies elsewhere and has done for two years so forgive me if my interest in his stocks has spurred some digging in the recent months.
wheniamfree
24/4/2018
19:28
TLOU is down 60% in the last three months alone. Probably be better use of your time to figure out what the hell is going wrong with your investment than trying to find holes in ours. I'm not interested in TLOU, so I'm not interested in going over to the TLOU board talking about how SH1T it is. But clearly, the market has spoken, hasn't it? So no amount of fundamental justification will refute that TLOU has continued to TANK since January. Much like KMR? So, is it that both KMR and TLOU are mutts? Remember, KMR is the one with substantial EBITDA (last FY) and substantial EBITDA and net-profit for next FY. TLOU? Best guess? When the tide turns, money running out of technical and other overvalued stocks and into basic materials, do you expect TLOU to get a free ride when there is nothing tangible on the horizon? I'll take a bet that while the sector has been treated as a 'whole' for the last four or five months, and currency, sanctions and tariffs are also in play, when crunch time comes the 'machines' will start being discerning. Whole new market here that doesn't involve any rational investor thinking. If you have anything left in TLOU I'd consider salvaging it before H2 gets underway. I say H2, but things may move before that. The machines won't be worrying about the ECHA nor will they worry about TLOU's alternate plans having been dropped from the running in the prior tender process. I have my own doubts about the re-tenders and likely victors given how the last act played out.
murraybasin
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