Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kodal Minerals LSE:KOD London Ordinary Share GB00BH3X7Y70 ORD 0.03125P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.0025p -1.47% 0.1675p 0.16p 0.175p - - - 0 07:42:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.5 -0.1 - 10.78

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24/4/2018
18:22
Just came back from an afternoon out with my mates, lovely people.No change here though. Still looking very gloomy.
thehitman1
23/4/2018
22:43
Billions of shares in issue and more to come. Good luck all
thehitman1
23/4/2018
22:42
Koov again for ms. Looking very bad hear with more bad news on the way.
thehitman1
23/4/2018
22:42
An overview.. Https://www.brrmedia.co.uk/broadcasts/5ad70b845a296618f1793374/kodal-minerals-an-overview
goneawol
23/4/2018
15:07
Has the corporate presentation been updated? I'm getting RNS alerts about it sent to my phone, but I can't actually see any new news?
djj2014
23/4/2018
14:40
Excellent presentation document. A must read for potential investors.
hyper al
23/4/2018
13:38
April 2018 Handouthttp://kodalminerals.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/KODAL_handout_April18_PRINT.pdf
skiboy10
23/4/2018
13:37
April 2018 Presentation http://kodalminerals.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Kodal-Presentation-23.04.18-FINAL.pdf
skiboy10
23/4/2018
09:16
Skiboy10 Thanks for reproducing that, I absolutely love this bit "It will be smaller than Brimian as cut off is higher and focusing on quality than quantity and also want to get the digging done and start selling stuff - no point having amazing resource but no plan to sell any!" I hate to think of how many explorers over the decades, that I and other investors have wasted money away on, attempting to get a 'pie in the sky' JORC I think KOD can only do this because of our Chinese backers, they are not stupid and know when they have a good resource to invest in. Unlike the wests Institutional Investors (financial backers) the Chinese users of Lithium know that they need the mineral out of the ground now to meet demand for a massive market, the Chinese don't wait around for risk assessed OK's from Finanicial Institutions if it is in their national interest to act now. The lack of institutional investors in KOD is probably due to the OTT risk assesments required before they can invest. I think this is a crazy requirement for rocks such as pegmatities and bulk quarry type operations. The exploration industry has a self interest in maintaining high quality field assesments as the more work required in the field before mine finance is put in place the better for them, they just want to drag out the exploration phase as long as possible. The high requirements of JORC allow the exploration companies to get away with this. Well done Kodal. By raising the cut off, you appear to be saying that you don't need all this OTT financial risk assesment for a massive quarry operation, and will do as little exploration as required by the market to get the mineral out of the ground ASAP. This will then support the mining of the lower grades. I LOVE THIS POLICY, any other explorers around like this?
hyper al
23/4/2018
01:56
I expect this to resume its tumble now Jonah is back.
12bm
21/4/2018
17:29
Another from lseToday 15:49 Price: 0.17I3LiP 78 postsUk investor show feedbackSome good stuff Bahadur. I have a sneaking feeling you sat next to me at the presentation. Second row on the far left? I came away with the same impressions, Bernard is a very genuine guy and clearly knows what he's doing. He mentioned that the presentation would be put up on Monday so the rest of you will get to see it too. Just to add to what you wrote, as I also asked him some questions after the presentation: I asked about funding, whether he was looking to the city or to SC and he said that he was keeping his options open. He mentioned that SC were very supportive of the work Kodal was doing but that he was still attending events and spending time in the city to build / maintain connections there. We talked about the site itself and some of the technicalities of mining it. He was very confident that the position lent itself to easy mining. I asked if there were any worries about the river as the high water delayed our drilling this year and he mentioned that he wasn't particularly concerned and that easy access to water was more of a plus. I also mentioned the group and our activities and he asked if I'd bought the rotten fruit to throw at him. I said that we were happy with the management of the project but that communication was a concern. We chatted about it a bit and he stressed that they're working hard but things take time. Particularly as they are taking the more unusual route of doing everything at the same time. Instead of drilling, then testing, then sampling, then environmental assessments sequentially they are all ongoing at once. We are even drilling multiple prospects concurrently. I got the impression that he was doing all he could to report news as soon as possible. We talked very briefly about the shareprice and he mentioned that no-one was happy with it (including the Chinese) which I thought was quite telling given the oft touted rumours here that the Chinese want to keep the share price down. I really got the impression that they didn't and that they are actually working quite hard to move the project along. Finally, and without wanting to fan any wild rumours of my own, I asked about Birimian and the possibilities of a single plant for both sites. To which he smiled and made some very cryptic remarks but said that economically it made a lot of sense considering the similarity of the two projects (and others in the area). All in all I was very impressed and am left quite confident about Bernard and the project in general. I think we might be stuck in the doldrums for a while longer, but when things come together they will do so quickly and all at once. Also don't forget about the gold!
skiboy10
21/4/2018
17:28
Copied from lse Today 15:19 Price: 0.17Bahadur 73 postsUk investor show feedbackAll- just been back from the show - as my primary interest was kodal for obvious reasons ! Spoken to Bernard - then attend the presentation - then asked more questions!! Synopsis is: Emotional : - Good Guy, very open to discuss anything and also knows his stuff and came across as a genuine person! Also very good presentation Facts: Q: Any further license skeletons which can bite us ? A: every thing is in hand and disappointed at what happened - now behind us ! Q: how confident are you that JORC will come after current campaign and is not further delayed? And how will it compare to Brimian? A: Jorc will come end of this drilling season! It will be smaller than Brimian as cut off is higher and focusing on quality than quantity and also want to get the digging done and start selling stuff - no point having amazing resource but no plan to sell any! Q: where are we at with 10,000 m drilling ? Have we been making any progress? A: 5000+m done in the past 6weeks as double shifts et. - ( my feeling they are at about 8000m+ from my feeling) could be wrong Q: Bulk sample - how confident we will get it shipped in time before rainy season A: confident however would have liked the work to start early - doing anything possible to make sure 3-5k sample is sent! Seemed to have a plan as went through roads etc next to mine! Q: Suay chin - how confident they won't sell up in May / June? A: they have been very supportive and don't see any reason why they would - something along those line- confident look! All in All - feeling much better to meet a ceo who is not a show off instead focused on delivering the results and very confident of us moving from exploration to development to selling the stuff !! AIMHO Hope this is some help for everyone on this board - we need to stick together - and help each other in this journey!
skiboy10
19/4/2018
20:25
Very strange, no 12bum and this starts moving up.
thehitman1
19/4/2018
11:10
Kodal Minerals* (KOD LN) 0.17p, mkt cap £11.1m –Bougouni exploration programme update Kodal Minerals reports that it is currently conducting a reverse-circulation programme of infill and extension drilling at the Ngoualana and Sogola-Baoule prospects within its Bougouni lithium prospect in Mali. Drilling is operating with two rigs on a double shift rota and is expected to continue until the start of the wet season in June/July. The drilling is expected to lead to the commissioning of a JORC compliant mineral resources estimate. In addition to the drilling, Kodal Minerals has signed a contract to extract a 5000t bulk sample of the mineralisation at the Ngoualana prospect for metallurgical testing of its concentration characteristics at the Shandong Ruifu Lithium plant in China. “This prospect provides an ideal initial test as the Company has surface mapping and sampling, drilling and geophysical date to compare to the mining operation and this will provide excellent data for future mine planning.” Additional metallurgical testing on drill core material from Ngoualana is underway both in China and in Australia to assess the crushing parameters and recovery characteristics “of the spodumene minerals from the DMS and flotation system.” Conclusion: The current drilling programme should provide sufficient data for an initial mineral resource estimate later in the year while the metallurgical testing and bulk sampling should generate important data to assess processing methods. We look forward to these results later in the year and to initial resource estimate. *SP Angel act as Financial Advisor and broker to Kodal Minerals. A partner at share price Angel acts as Chairman to the company.
cpap man
19/4/2018
10:01
0.10 is still on.
thehitman1
19/4/2018
08:49
Hyper, Definitely, Australia and China, best places to test and produce the metallurgy results and the concentrate grade for commercialization of the bulk sample. They've got the right contacts for sure for off-take/development of this high grade discovery. Market is completely missing the value that the Chinese bring here and its not just for the intitial £4.8m they put in (astonishingly that's around half of our market cap down here). KOD's Ngou discovery now in excess of 850m, SAV's extended Grandao now around 700m and also open in multiple directions. Great time to be in companies with significant lith assets. Regards, Ed.
edgein
19/4/2018
08:44
For those looking at Kodal, This is a good presentation hTTps://kodalminerals.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Kodal-Investor-Presentation-09.06.17.pdf
hyper al
19/4/2018
08:28
Australia already mines Spodumene, so obviously the place for testing the ore.
hyper al
19/4/2018
07:57
Edgein Agree, looking great. Now all the legal problems are sorted, everything can move at full pace. They are finding bands of pure spodumene so I think the JORC will be amazing.
hyper al
19/4/2018
07:49
Hyper definitely! Stepping on the accelerator now. Two rigs working flat out on the main targets and going to be in a position to JORC these targets. That will show the market just how undervalued these are. Bulk sample about to start and further metallurgy results to come in from China over the summer too. Lots of news ahead, two rigs working double shifts will drill a heck of a lot of these shallow holes. All this still fully funded by the Chinese buy-in last year. When this one pops its likely to pop hard. Regards, Ed.
edgein
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