Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kibo Mining LSE:KIBO London Ordinary Share IE00B97C0C31 ORD EUR0.015
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.125p -2.50% 4.875p 4.75p 5.00p 5.00p 4.875p 5.00p 944,106 11:41:51
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -3.6 1.0 4.9 17.74

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/10/2017
17:08
Noting from the share prophets followed up"I don't normally get into personal attacks but having finally caught up with Kibo Mining's (KIBO) most recent Monthly Q&A and listened to its CEO's implied dig at me, I thought I should give as good as I get. I was left thinking that Louis Coetzee doesn't really understand what happened with Kibo's recent convoluted funding or is just lying about it.At the end of September, I wrote a couple of pieces about the ridiculous convertible loan funding that was all converted on the very next day (HERE and HERE) which had the effect in practice of a £500,000 placing at 5p and a cheap buy-in for the directors among other things.Louis Coetzee used his "Monthly Q&A", which seems to occur whenever Louis feels like it rather than every month, to make a couple of comments about my articles. First, he reiterated that the placing wasn't a placing; however, he stated that even if it was a placing, it was at a relatively decent price at 5p. Fair enough, I've never had an issue with the pricing of this funding but why not just accept it was a bloody placing?Secondly, and more importantly, Louis went on to criticise my comments about the conversion price of 5p which I had explained meant that in practice that the directors got cheap bonus shares. Louis stated that, as the conversion was based on a prior 20 day VWAP, the conversion was at a fair price as the 5p must have been an actual premium to the recent share price.Sorry, Louis but that is utter tripe.Two things. First, you are ignoring the fact that the conversion was at 90% of the previous 20 day VWAP not 100% and secondly, LOOK AT YOUR OWN SHARE PRICE CHART!! The share price only dropped below 5p immediately before the convertible loan note announcement in the 20 days prior to the conversion, the rest of the time it was oscillating around the 5.5p level. One has to presume that it was the selling of the placee that drove it down there in the first place too!That leaves me concluding that Louis is either consciously being economic with the truth on an investment podcast which makes Kibo uninvestable in my book or he just doesn't understand the funding proposal that he signed up to – not that encouraging either, particularly as he is trying to negotiate hugely complex commercial and financing agreements for the MCPP project.My summary is that Kibo is developing a seemingly never-ending coal to power project in a country which seems to be able to stake claims to assets at any time, as recently shown at Acacia Mining (ACA), and is led by a CEO that is either open to the occasional lie or just doesn't understand what his advisers are proposing to him.What's not to like? No great surprise to me that the share price has drifted back down to the placing price – sorry I mean the conversion price - of 5p, although I acknowledge that there could be a spike upwards if and when the PPA MOU ever gets finally signed.I look forward to Mr Coetzee's response to these thoughts above during the next Monthly Q&A, which will presumably take place at some point in January 2018."Mean while the 100,000 selling is still moving along with no end in sights drip drip drip?
aimchimp
22/10/2017
16:31
I am greatly encouraged by all the recent thread activity from the chimp and mouse.
uknighted
22/10/2017
14:07
Looks like NCCL is way advanced of KIBO and outperforming in share price terms.I imagine many in KIBO feel they have backed the wrong horse as this could still be @ 5p in 2-3yrs time.Some said months ago the train had left and everyone would be locked out at getting in below 7p ?It seems all the rampers call it wrong every single time & I don't really know on one occasion if they have ever got anything right.Some good stocks at a very good entry point if you look a little harder across the AIM market instead of being obsessed with that clown LC
catchingmice
22/10/2017
13:54
Sleepydave ' No AIM company has ever been here before 'Anyone understand what the lemon is talking about as I don't think he does himself.Heard it all now I really have !
catchingmice
22/10/2017
12:23
Speaking of the charts well the charts would say the 9ps were a spike hmmm!Ok!"'Kibo Mining (KIBO) is a frustrating company as, at its heart, there's quite an interesting project, namely the Mbeya Coal to Power Project ("MCPP"), unfortunately it's in Tanzania and the delays are seemingly never-ending which means that it's probably time to raise some more funds from somewhere, presumably from Beaufort / Sanderson.To its credit, Kibo does a monthly Q&A to update its investors these days; however, there is only so many times that the CEO, Louis Coetzee, can say that he expects the power plant to be operational within 36 months of financial close but that he is unable to put a timetable on the financial close, other than it will follow the completion of the PPA. The one thing I do find amusing with these monthly Q&A's though is how each month Mr Coetzee tries to state that there aren't actually any delays occurring here. OK, Louis, whatever you say!The share price is much where it was when I last wrote about the company a year ago in the 5-6p range and the proximity of the bloody financial close appears to be about the same too, namely at some unspecified date in the future.....probably.The latest RNS states that the company is close to completing the MOU for the PPA with TANESCO; however, when I looked back at the announcements, Kibo started work on this MOU in January 2016 - that's 21 months ago. Once the MOU is complete, it then needs to negotiate the actual agreement - how long is that going to take? Let's assume that that can be done by the end of 2017 (best case scenario), then it needs to finalise the financial documentation and it does appear that there is interest in financing this project so I'm working on the assumption that financial close could take place by the end of Q1 2018.The issue remains though as to how the business is funded until then. The most recent funding took place at the end of last year with the ever friendly Sanderson lending $2.9 million on the back of the future SEPCO payment due at financial close. It was stated that the loan facility could be drawn down in five tranches until June 2017 and looking at the annual expenditure here, it appears to me that the piggy bank will be running pretty low about now and so I will be interested to see what the company says about its funding in its half-year report.I would also like to see a very clear timeline to financial close but I don't think that that will be forthcoming.As I said at the start of this piece, I actually don't mind the underlying project here but I am bearish on Tanzania generally so on balance this isn't one for me; however, if you are tempted to get involved, I suggest you first contact Beaufort Securities to ascertain whether there is a placing that you can get involved in at a discount to the current share price.''And look what the occurred! ERK!
aimchimp
22/10/2017
12:20
Sustain rise in downward spiral for this but talk to any of the ones here or the LSE and they will tell you it has not been and that it actual a good thing the price not going up as this mean you can buy them "cheap" LOL LOL LOLhttps://seekingalpha.com/instablog/441189-mike-rabe/28602-15-ways-to-spot-stock-discussion-board-rampersThe Internet has given investors many excellent sources for doing due diligence on the thousands of stocks available for purchase. But for many investors, finding trustworthy sources of information about a particular company can be challenging. One source that many investors look to for reliable information on a company is the various stock discussion boards and forums. While some of these research sources can be helpful, many of these discussion boards and forums have dangerous elements to them. Almost all stock forums contain slithery characters that have insidious hidden motives when posting their comments. Some of these forum posters are so clever at what they do, even the most sophisticated investor can make a bad buy or sell decision based on the poster's deceiving posts on the forums. Recall that even the CEO of Whole Foods was caught posting in an insidious fashion on a company's stock forum. One slimy character in particular to be vigilant of is the omnipresent stock ramper. S/he can be found on almost every discussion board / forum and too many times investors can make bad buy decisions by following the ramper's misguided advice. Remember, the anonymity of the Internet should make you skeptical of what anyone says if you don't know who they are. Before making a buy or sell decision on a stock, make sure you are dealing with a reliable source. And if that source is an anonymous stock forum poster, that source is rarely reliable.Here are 15 ways you can identify the stock discussion board ramper. I've seen the same behaviors in the stock rampers across many stock forums. Once you know the warning signs, you can learn to spot the ramper much more easily:1. The rampers post exorbitant stock price predictions.2. The rampers warn others they better get in now or else. Their "buy now" posts almost sound like threats.3. They attack those who disagree with their lofty predictions. They cannot back up their arguments with a rational discussion, so they resort to petty name calling and telling others who disagree with them that they are "full of it." 4. They are not open minded. You cannot have an intelligent discussion with these types. They will do whatever they can to discredit those who disagree with them by spreading false information. They are very often antagonistic.5. They post their predictions over and over and over desperately hoping to move the market. They never do, because what they say is insignificant to the market. That is because no one knows who they are (see below).6. The rampers rarely (if ever) backs up their predictions with concrete, specific numbers - if they do, projected sales numbers are way beyond what the company, analysts, and industry insiders say is realistic. But somehow, according to them, even people in the company are overly PESSIMISTIC when it comes to their own sales projections.7. They post anonymously - they are no-names in the financial world or the particular industry that the company is involved in. Credible people who make lofty stock price predictions will often post their real names – or link to articles they have published - so others can get a feel for their pedigree and can research their background. The vast majority of credible stock market heavyweights do not post in discussion forums. If they do, they usually tell people who they are and can prove it. 8. Oftentimes the rampers are hired by boiler room operations. Their pay grade is whatever you could imagine a company would pay someone to post on Internet forums – not much above minimum wage.9. Rampers often talk of a fictitious track record in predictions - legends in their own mind. They rattle off all their past "accurate" predictions including that the sun was going to rise in the east today.10. It is obvious that the rampers have an agenda on the discussion board. They are not objective about the financial environment, the company, management, etc. Their posts carry the same one-sided theme. Bad news is good news in reverse. Any good news (even modest good news) is an affirmation of how the stock is going to appreciate to incredible levels shortly.11. They appear to be rabid on their support of the company – beyond a reasonable amount of enthusiasm, the ramper comes across as almost crazed in his/her excitement.12. Rampers are egotistical, and it comes across in their posts. Anyone who does not agree with them is an "idiot," even those who are esteemed in their respective field. They are not respectful of those who disagree with their predictions.13. When the stock is on a run, the ramping intensifies – the stock is "going to the moon." This, incidentally, is often a great time to sell the stock. Remember, no one every went broke taking profits.14. When the stock is in a lull, the ramping may intensify in a desperate attempt to do a quick pump and dump scheme.15. The ramper will unceremoniously dump the stock when their mission has been accomplished. Those remaining in the stock are now deemed to be "bagholders" by the pumper.The rampers continue their agenda over and over. It happens on every stock discussion board – especially on penny stock boards, when pump and dump operators and boiler room operators feel they can have an impact on a thinly traded stock. Fortunately, with practice, we can learn to spot the ramper once we know the red flags. With experience, you get an intuitive feel about various posters on the Internet – even with the anonymous nature of these stock forums. Learn to spot the slithery ramper, and you'll be a better investor.
aimchimp
22/10/2017
12:10
Kibo haven`t managed a sustained rise at all Or got a licence yet for that matter!
m1sak
22/10/2017
11:37
M1SAKHare & Tortoise...wouldn't open the champagne just yet looking at the one day NCCL chart - sustained rises are what matters!
guitars4stars
22/10/2017
11:11
NCCL 2 - KIBO 0 5.25 TO 4.75 in 2017
m1sak
22/10/2017
09:52
'One slimy character in particular to be vigilant of is the omnipresent stock de ramper. S/he can be found on almost every discussion board / forum'How's your Sunday going 'Chimp?
guitars4stars
22/10/2017
09:41
"Well good luck patch, interested as ever to hear the reply. I didnt get a reply to my email last week asking about what the specifics of attaining the Innovative Development Award of the Year were. I mean they have to be more than giving GE an OEM contract, right?As always, no replies have always meant something is going down in the past...."Yes and with the 100,000 seller still in play and them happy to now sell under the "bottom" at below 5p what seem to be going down is the share price and not much more?
aimchimp
22/10/2017
09:37
"I think the way things are shaping up we are going to get some action here soon. The new ministries have been created for good reason. We know we have a timeline agreed with them to expedite the project.Great opportunity to add to your holdings imo."SonicRAMPboy it should be called. Been calling this IMMINENT since 2015 LOL LOL LOL
aimchimp
22/10/2017
09:36
"Well it's all getting on the final stretch of that there is no doubt. Confidence levels are at an all time high amongst the backers of this project now it seems.Looking for some movement from the government anytime now."Final stretch?No doubt?Confidence high?Anytime now?Any one who read this sonicboomboy post can see they just talk with uplifting reassurance. They can not know any thing more than other ones invested or they are inside trading?
aimchimp
22/10/2017
09:32
More of the same commentary from "sonicboomboy" on the LSE"I can tell you that people who know most about this project are as confident to the point of being excited by this finally getting over the line."What levels of manipulation will they go to in order to protect they investment? I would say for looking at they posting history on the LSE there a long tale of this there?
aimchimp
22/10/2017
09:23
"Opinion: Weak BuyPrice: 5.00RE: Progress?Today 08:56H50- any person with experience of LC's (and his predecessors inc O'K) 'management' of Kibo, who has the knowledge to do the sums, is instantly 'deleted' by the clappies when he logically sets out why their £1; - 50p; - and even 20p 'party' will never happen. As for 'selling' MCPP it can only be for a token price. If you can understand what an NPV is, you will know why. I have set out in so many places and at so many times why 12-15p (as a spike) is the most to expect."
aimchimp
22/10/2017
03:02
Did anything from the last three post's resonate with an ounce of truth?'Course not ... de rampey Ramp!#Lol
guitars4stars
21/10/2017
12:35
The inadequates on LSE always 'delete' my posts - they can't bear to face the facts let alone do any proper 'research'(beyond reading up what is already public) in to - for instance - LC's management and 'timeline' track record; the true value of Kibo's shares which is out there for anyone (with a brain) to estimate; the true value (not) of the other 'product ready' wheezes LC boasts of - Katoro a busted flush (as far as Kibo shareholders are concerned) and Haneti needing so much time and money to prove up that Kibo shareholders will, again, see no value for themselves. This for example, posted 0833 yesterday, deleted by one of that sad clique "Off Topic Opinion: No Opinion Price: 5.125 NCCL Today 08:33 Eat your hearts out Kibo clappies. You've been told time and again NCCL is by far the better value - and why. But note well. Even though all the work has been done; PPA's already agreed in principle, all licences in place, its still 14 months from now to NCCL's financial close. Just apply that thought to Kibo's share action (not) over the next 6 months. Have a good next 100 days." But they are too thick to realise that there is a 'paper trail' of what they delete- in he form often of a series of 'answers to' or 'comments on' what was deleted. And now we have Sonnyboy appearing on NCCL - wondering what its all about !
lurker5
20/10/2017
17:22
SONIC ' Poised for a move 'Haha he's at again ramp, ramp, ramp.Total idiot and I'm being kind.Listen to him and everybody would be skint.#IDIOT
catchingmice
20/10/2017
16:50
Selling now today the 100,000 has done at under the "bottom" 5p but no one want to say any thing for this what will they sell the next 100,000 for next week? Where is bottom now?
aimchimp
19/10/2017
23:18
Oh ... thanks Mice & Chimp... I had a 'think' & blimey nothing changed!#DeRampErs!Quite simple really...#Lol
guitars4stars
19/10/2017
23:06
KIBO Has stagnated like the England football team has with no hope and no chance of glory UKNIGHTED
catchingmice
19/10/2017
22:02
Their all elephants sat in a corner having secretive discussions about kibo.What is very interesting on the KIBO board is that there is never any new investors joining the board like you see on many other bulletin boards.WHY ? When the project is so close according to the rampers or is it a case that It's many years off concluding.Have a think about it !
catchingmice
19/10/2017
21:56
Sonic ' We are going to see some action here pretty soon I feel 'FFS Biggest plank ever who's appeared on a bulletin board.Absolute clueless is a understatement.
catchingmice
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