Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kropz Plc LSE:KRPZ London Ordinary Share GB00BZ1HLP69 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 8.25 1,000 08:00:27
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
8.00 8.50 8.25 8.00 8.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -1.44 0.29 25.1 75
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:29:40 O 1,000 8.01 GBX

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Kropz Daily Update: Kropz Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KRPZ. The last closing price for Kropz was 8.25p.
Kropz Plc has a 4 week average price of 8p and a 12 week average price of 7p.
The 1 year high share price is 14.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.50p.
There are currently 909,571,975 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 31,283 shares. The market capitalisation of Kropz Plc is £75,039,687.94.
the count of monte_cristo: Zak talking about KRPZ. I emailed Zak, three times, back when KRPZ was sitting at 5p asking him to try and do some interviews with the team at KRPZ. He never replied. I even cc'd in the media guy from KRPZ who was up for the interview and Zak never replied. hTTps://
ppvn: Fair play! Well in terms of hype I think that has a large part to do with the sanctions on Belarus/Russia and those aren't going away anytime soon. So whilst the jump in share price both here and at HMI has been significant I personally am of the view it's more to do with the upcoming scarcity of fertilizer than anything the companies have particuarly done themselves - but that remains to be seen whether the gains will indeed hold. If its geopolitical there should be a good deal more to come from both. I can't comment on purchasers in the local market but all they've said is that it'll be small local customers so maybe not going through distributors but I don't have any concerns there. In terms of schedule I can't really see a deviation from being close to or at full production by H2 this year. I'd assume KRPZ have recourse to their contractor if they fail to get the plant running as designed by then.
the count of monte_cristo: With KRPZ my thinking is to rebuy in the late summer, when all the hype has died down. My contact in South Africa tells me that none of the buyers he knows have been contacted by KRPZ. Remember KRPZ are selling into the local market, so perhaps the RNS was more to keep the market happy as they have told the market about their timelines. The rise is due to speculators buying in but who aren't really understanding about the fundamentals of the company and that they are actually behind schedule. IMHO.
ppvn: Fwiw my opinion on both HMI and KRPZ are favourable at this time (I hold both). HMI made heavy hints that they will announce a major contract soon-ish. Also, whilst they have had a decent rise their market cap is £25mm - still a micro and well under their last placing price and they are in a far better position now. With KRPZ because of the tiny float I think there will be enough holders happy to wait for 6-9 months whilst the plant gets up to full speed. Rock phosphate is a generic so will be useful to many buyers - they don't need to build a market. The major shareholder here I believe will go for a quick sale of the asset to realise gains and the small pool of additional shareholders will be taken along imo. Only my opinions!
the count of monte_cristo: arab3 - I like KRPZ, if they can actually get things going, but feel the share price rise is overdone so thought I would mention it. Knowing when to sell as well when to buy is important. It's had an awesome run. Nothing goes up in a straight line. KRS has been a real dog, an absolute loser of a share. But, if they resolve the issue with their phosphate project it will more than likely rerate very strongly. At a market cap of just 2.5m it's basically priced to go bust. For the price of an average car one could become a 1% shareholder in a company that could become one of the largest local producers of phosphate in North America. Lol.
the count of monte_cristo: Recent price target here by a broker was 22p. To put todays rise and share price in perspective.
the count of monte_cristo: Hannam and Partners released an updated research report on the 7th Feb with a price target of 22p. You can login to their website to access the report. Note, this was BEFORE the problems in Ukraine kicked off! Hannam and Partners - 7th Feb 2022 First sales expected imminently as phosphate market soars; cash flow to catalyse shares in 2022 "We believe the current 6.1p share price offers an attractive entry point, with our new Dec’22E target of 22p/sh implying 261% upside and the key catalyst of first cash flow expected imminently".
papillon: Don't forget that ARC Fund, KRPZ's major shareholder, has a shed load of shares to convert at 4.5p and 6.75p. I can't see them taking cash instead if the share price rises much above 6.75p. That potential dilution will have a negative effect on the share price and could limit any share price rise. It's worth remembering that KRPZ would have probably gone bust without the money ARC Fund has ploughed into the business over the last few years. Of course they will rightly claim their pound of flesh in return! 😁
papillon: From yesterday's RNS, 1MadMarky, the funding shortfall has been bridged by a convertible finance facility from ARC Fund. ARC have been funding KRPZ for over 18 months with convertible loans. They have forked out over $50m during the last 18 months, or so to keep KRPZ going. They already had around 50% of the KRPZ shares. Once they convert, since the capital and interest will only be repaid in shares priced at 6.75p, they will hold over 80% of the shares in issue. PS since ARC is a SA black empowerment fund they are only funding Elandsfontein via these convertible loans.
the count of monte_cristo: On Monday I noticed on the ADVFN leaders board that KRS was rising (I don't own any shares in them) I wanted to find out why, when reading through the posts I saw a link which detailed that China was banning the export of phosphate until next year. That triggered me into immediately researching all of the AIM stocks with some kind of phosphate exposure, there aren't many, HMI, KRPZ and KRS. HMI looks quite good but KRPZ stood out due to a number of factors; such as market cap, share price performance, assets, size and scale of it's two phosphate projects, no bb and no interest, illiquid share price (indicating no buyers and interest) etc. I would imagine there are some great phosphate stocks on the TSX and ASX but they are probably well known and will have been rising with the commodity price increases and increasing investor interest. The Canadians and Australians are much more savvy when it comes to agricultural stocks as they are both very large exporters of a whole host of commodities, but the UK based investors are not, which creates opportunities. There also aren't many agri focused stocks on AIM which is a shame because the agri commodities are going to perform brilliantly over the next few years.
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