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
  +0.025p +8.77% 0.31p 0.30p 0.32p 0.325p 0.285p 0.285p 147,539,912 16:29:49
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.5 -0.1 - 19.39

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/7/2017
12:52
im hoping to get in early, providing the mms dont restrict the volume you can buy as usual !!! why can't we get a sniff ahead of any article ffs
strongbuy
22/7/2017
12:33
Thanks for that rayg4 I was curious as to whether the rise in KOD on Friday was due to buyers who saw the the Times article early. However: Savannah Resources (SAV) - 0% Chg on Friday Cadence Minerals (KDNC) - 0% Chg on Friday Savannah Resources (SAV) - 0% Chg on Friday So that doesn't seem to be the case. Hopefully there will be some additional buyers in KOD on Monday. We are certainly due a re-rate after all the progress that has been made the last 4/5 months.
techtrend
22/7/2017
12:30
And PREM with the world class Zulu lithium project.
jungmana
22/7/2017
12:06
Add AQG to that list.
encarter
22/7/2017
10:50
The Times article here if you don't subscribe. It's probably due to an inspired and well timed piece of PR from Angel, ahead of the SC investment news (and a JORC, with any luck). Until the 1970s, there was limited demand for lithium, the lightest metal. It is used in industrial applications such as ceramics and glass and metallurgy. It is a treatment for mental conditions, such as bipolar disorder. It is a component of nuclear bombs. Generally, though, in areas such as Cornwall, where lithium seeps out of the ground, it was overlooked for centuries, miners concentating on more valuable metals such as tin. All that changed with the development of the lithium-ion battery, first used in home electronics and now in demand for electric cars. As manufacturers such as Volvo look to phase out the internal combustion engine and Tesla, the Palo Alto carmaker, prepares to roll out its Model 3, the first car to be squarely aimed at the mass market, demand for lithium-ion batteries can only grow, presumably peaking at the time when the internal combustion engine is consigned to history and every vehicle is electric. Some have wondered whether the planet can produce enough of the metal to keep up with that demand from the automotive industry and whether Tesla and the others are producing cars that eventually will contain no batteries — it plans to make half a million cars next year. The miners, including four tiddlers quoted on the London Stock Exchange, are scrambling to find new sources and ramp up production. As share price Angel, the broker specialising in mining stocks, said in a note this week: “The race is on for miners to secure their place within the lithium supply chain while lithium processors appear fairly desperate for feedstock at the right quality and the right price.” John Meyer, an analyst at the broker, plays down fears that we may run out of the metal. “There’s more than enough lithium in the world. It’s getting the whole supply chain up and running. It’s getting enough mines into production.” The global industry is dominated by an oligopoly of big players who will strive to keep their stranglehold intact. They include the New York-quoted Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile, operating in a country where plentiful supplies of lithium are produced, and another two NYSE companies, Albemarle and FMC. The three are reckoned to account for about half the whole market. For anyone who wants to invest in a lithium boom, the shares are easily traded and can be bought via the usual dealers here. Two other big operators are Chinese. China is central to the lithium story, Mr Meyer says, because that is where the action is. Processors who refine the metal into the form used in batteries are desperately sourcing new supplies. One Singaporean business that supplies the Chinese chemicals industry and the lithium processors, in particular, is taking a 19.99 per cent stake in one of those four companies on London’s Alternative Investment Market, Kodal Minerals. This is seeking to produce lithium in Mali, western Africa, with first production expected within a couple of years. A second, Bacanora Minerals, is seeking to develop its Sonora project in Mexico. A feasibility study is expected by the end of the year. If the project gets the go-ahead, first production could start in 2019. The third is Savannah Resources, which this month has raised £1.3 million and is developing newly acquired assets in Portugal. Last comes Cadence Minerals. This, the renamed Rare Earth Minerals, adopts a more portfolio approach, taking stakes in mainly lithium mining projects and companies in areas such as Australia, Mexico, Namibia and the Czech Republic, and has more than £40 million invested so far. “I think companies like Kodal and Savannah and Bacanora are the way forward,” Mr Meyer says, “but there’s risk associated with it.” And how. The fledgling lithium mining industry makes those wildcat oil and gas explorers that have made and lost investors’ fortunes over the years look like a sure thing. The upside is that if they become too successful, one of those big players will roll over and buy them.
rayg4
22/7/2017
10:25
Wow, this one could be seriously big !
strongbuy
22/7/2017
09:36
KOD mentioned in Times Business article:Https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/business/is-lithium-the-next-big-thing-pkf09gx2g
on target
21/7/2017
21:28
he doe`s not hold eel shares but now a shareholder in olando ! of whome t/o eel. the parasite formed a share liason group then dangled a carrot to keep the slg sweet whilst kosmos farmed in to eel assets,he has lost the slg members their investments,the spineless turncoat has not got it in him to come clean and put this sorry saga out of its misery.
dreamtwister
21/7/2017
17:34
MrKeysersoze21 Jul '17 - 12:20 - 3345 of 3352 2 0 Must be a sizeable buy order bring worked causing the rise....... Mr K. ================= How are your EEL shares doing ? :)
ihavenoclue
21/7/2017
17:28
2nd part of the iou end of the month then off take agreement & they agree to take all of what bougouni can produce @ $$$$$$ per mt then kodal fast track other lithium projects.
dreamtwister
21/7/2017
16:13
0.38 was more than a 30% premium at the time. More like 50%.
on target
21/7/2017
16:00
12bn even more importantly of today price is the price at the time of the announcement the first £500.000 was at 30% increase on share price and the second part of batches where costs at 65% premium in few trance and only one left which is likely to be completed before the 31st July so if you believe suay are a competent outfit Kod is a steel at this SP on my site I have the main investment steady and I have some trading share that I buy at .27 and I keep selling at .32 we I don't have them today but I will if it goes back down clearly I hope it doesn't good luck
jovi1
21/7/2017
15:39
From the header.///// KOD is a Lithium miner who has discovered large reserves of Lithium,so large in fact that Suay Chin Intl has invested £3.3m plus another £1m to come for a 20% holding. These shares were purchased at 0.38p a share,a premium to todays share price. As this company is likely to back Kod going forward to production, I feel that KOD is a great Lithium play. Lithium is likely to become more expensive as demand rises in the future,especially from China.
12bn
21/7/2017
15:24
12:00:36 0.3270 7,641,299 OK 0.3000 0.3200 Buy 57,854,118 46,291,6/////// A nice big buy,this is going to blow soon.
12bn
21/7/2017
15:06
Buys becoming larger and larger. Very close now I feel.
flashheart
21/7/2017
14:15
mr keysersoze is a turncoat !
dreamtwister
21/7/2017
14:02
13:59:28 0.3200 2,283,595 O 0.3000 0.3200 Buy 43,338,615 43,814,396 13:52:32 0.3180 500,000 O 0.3000 0.3200 Buy 41,055,020 43,814,396 13:50:30 0.3175 185,212 O 0.3000 0.3200 Buy 40,555,020 43,814,396 13:50:03 0.3175 943,007 O 0.3000 0.3200 Buy 40,369,808 43,814,396 12:47:01 0.3255 3,074,461 OK 0.3000 0.3200 Buy 39,426,801 43,814,396 13:40:43 0.3180 463,537 O 0.3000 0.3200 Buy 36,352,340 43,814,396 13:40:33 0.3180 201,572 O 0.3000 0.3200 Buy 35,888,803 43,814,396 13:37:52 //////Here we go.
12bn
21/7/2017
13:36
Suay Chin have already bought £3.3m worth of shares for 0.38p,that is showing faith in Kodal.
12bn
21/7/2017
13:34
MrKeysersoze21 Jul '17 - 11:53 - 3342 of 3351 3 0 I doubt there is any leak.... Suay Chin have to complete their final investment for £1m by 31st July. Suay Chin subscribed to a £4.3m investment in Kodak at a premium at the time of 30% !!! Kodal Chairmain purchased £75k of stock. Maiden JORC report due anytime. Outstanding Lithium results reported to the market following each stage of drilling.... Take your pick of the above the market I believe is currently in a summer slumber !!! Mr K.///// Good reasons for a big rise here imo.
12bn
21/7/2017
13:25
I can see new highs here soon,a lot of 10% left earlier which may help the rise.
12bn
21/7/2017
13:03
Up she goes. These and ALBA making my portfolio look very good today
cudmore
21/7/2017
12:40
Always have Kod on Friday
kop202
21/7/2017
12:33
You're KODing us right?!?!?
cpap man
21/7/2017
12:32
HERE WE GO
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