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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Keras Resources Plc LSE:KRS London Ordinary Share GB00B649J414 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.005 -3.45% 0.14 0.13 0.15 0.145 0.14 0.15 20,373,918 07:11:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.5 -0.0 - 7

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/10/2020
18:40
Worth noting there is a Luc Adjanor loading up here, appearing on the shareholder register with 112,491,001 Keras shares equating to 2.31% in September of this year. Thats a big wedge of stock to take when you're close to an exploitation permit. A well connected individual in the metals space. His shareholding can be found on slide 4 of the Shard note 09th September 2020 hxxps://www.kerasplc.com/download/30/research-2020/12040/shard-capital-keras-9-9-2020-r.pdf His linkedin profile: hxxps://uk.linkedin.com/in/lucadjanor Luc Adjanor CEng MIMMM MBA - Mining and Metals Valuation Specialist Independent Consultant - Ecole centrale de Paris United Kingdom 424 connections 17 years combined experience with investments worth up to $3.3bn within Mining, Metals and Resource Industries dealing with Website link: hxxp://www.adjanorandassociates.com/
tradedesk1
23/10/2020
09:22
This now looks a tempting buy with in the background the news recently announced by Tesla regarding manganese to be incorporated in their batteries and looks like the material of the future
oliversydney
21/10/2020
16:13
Yep, negotiated to buy multiple times today and yesterday on fairly low volumes at the moment. Somethings definitely cleared or theres a large buy order being worked, its had a good churn since the placing too mind so any decent volume coming through now and this may move quickly towards 0.20s & beyond. The Mining/Resource sector seems to be at the foothills of a major bull run again. Lots of reratings taking place.
tradedesk1
21/10/2020
14:44
Whopping sell earlier and then a nice rise. Some iceberg cleared?
zhockey
19/10/2020
07:59
DR has been quite reserved in previous comms, he seems very upbeat about Togo all of a sudden with the limited exchanges I've had with him. RL is the main man in Togo. Fwiw DR is rating his chances as high in securing the permit per a reply I received on 16th October.
tradedesk1
19/10/2020
07:53
Interesting how this seems to be getting marked to the Mn price now.
zhockey
19/10/2020
07:35
Interesting that they are returning to Togo in early November so soon after the visit just gone. I'm encouraged by the comms I've had with the company. Lets see how this period plays out.
tradedesk1
16/10/2020
22:25
I went to the GM that approved the share issue.
rec0very stock
14/10/2020
21:31
RS interesting but how have you deduced the fact the founder is good at marketing and now anything more than a silent partner.
zhockey
14/10/2020
17:13
zh, That is the key risk. The demand seems to be there and it is growing. Product quality also seems to be there. The founder knew SFA about mining or how to fund it (that's where Russell and Dave stepped in) but he does know how to market the stuff and he is a local. So yes I am very optimistic, but there are no certainties in this game.
rec0very stock
14/10/2020
06:58
RS Are you optimistic they’ll be able to ramp up sales in Utah?
zhockey
13/10/2020
17:44
As I surmised the meeting with ex-ministers was a waste of time, but it looks like lower level stuff was productive. Going back in Nov, so hopefully we will finally get the permit before Christmas. Everything going to plan in Utah - the benefits of geographic diversity. Edge, I would not defend colonialism, however when the colonial powers took over Africa - there was not much that was not carved up by one European country or another, there was little in the way of proper administration and governance. It has taken Europe hundreds of years to get to where it is now, we should not expect to be able to walk away and everything to magically sort itself out under local rule. Togo is far from the worst place to do business and from the limited contact I had with Togolese in a previous job they do have the right intentions by and large. KRS has proved it can get the job done in terms of mining and logistics so I have no real concerns once the permit is finally signed.
rec0very stock
13/10/2020
13:54
TS, Me too on the long psychedelic jams, hurts the head! Two classics you mentioned Working mans Dead and American Beauty are two I just love. I also really like Franklin's Tower. A lot of folk have no idea what its about. I do admit its tends to be repetitive though. Roll on November. ATB, GD
greatfull dead
13/10/2020
12:28
I saw them at the Alexandra Palace in 1974, where if my ailing memory serves me correctly they played a five hour set. I was never a fan of the longer psychedelic jams but the country blues on American Beauty and Workingman’s Dead still really gets to me. I agree wholeheartedly with your sentiment about the third world and I think KRS will still get their just rewards for playing this with a straight bat. Today’s trades suggest that some traders have left the room for now, but I’m sure they will be back for more as we get into November. ATB, TS
the skipper
13/10/2020
12:22
Krs Ahh the rampers plan didnt work todayPmsl
justtrying1
13/10/2020
10:29
TS, Yes in my youth and twenties a deadhead, I consider myself lucky to have seen them live at the Lyceum in London. I agree "We can be assured that a consequence of these reforms is that is not going to happen here and nothing should come back to bite investors once the approvals have been issued." Its about time all third world countries were treated with the respect they deserve and are paid a fair price for their natural resources based on world demand. KRS will do well. ATB, GD
greatfull dead
13/10/2020
10:00
Skipper, Agreed as these transition through from Phase I and Phase II production to eventual manganese sulphate production they'll become more and more attractive to income investors. The process has already started at DC with the ordering of that new plant, hopefully Nayega is next on the cards. We'll find out after the November trip no doubt. Regards, Ed.
edgein
13/10/2020
08:58
Thanks Edgein. I think it’s fair to say that many third world countries have had their natural resources raped as a consequence of corruption between officials/politicians and mining companies. We can be assured that a consequence of these reforms is that is not going to happen here and nothing should come back to bite investors once the approvals have been issued. That should in due course make the company far more attractive to HNW and institutional investors.
the skipper
13/10/2020
08:17
Thanks GD. I’m a fellow deadhead, and it’s a shame they never achieved the recognition in the UK that they achieved in the USA. On the issues raised by RS this article demonstrates that Togo is quietly moving away from being a banana republic to a jurisdiction where investors have more protection through the commercial courts and recourse to arbitration: hTTps://www.togofirst.com/en/reforms-relative-to-enforcing-contracts I found that to be very reassuring and I hope others do too.
the skipper
13/10/2020
07:26
TS, thank you for your post which to a degree falls in line with today's RNS re Togo. ATB GD
greatfull dead
13/10/2020
07:09
Nice update, a bit more detail on the specific progress would have been nice but great they have a follow-up trip planned.
zhockey
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