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KRPZ Kropz Plc

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29 Sep 2023 - Closed
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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% 1.75 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.50 2.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chem,fertlizer Minrl Mng,nec 0.00 -66.64 -7.20 - 16.17
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 1.75 GBX

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16/9/202305:05Kropz PLC - Phosphate Mining349
04/5/202309:19p&d alerT on theother bb18

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Posted at 01/7/2023 05:03 by the count of monte_cristo
Life is not that bad greenelf, smile.

Correct, it absolutely does not look good at all, as I explained to you months ago. Heading to the wall, but you arrogantly thought you were so smart and knew everything.

Paps, this guy doesn't want to listen:)) I explained that I had a contact in SA who is in the fertilizer business and was very negative about KRPZ, greenelf ignored it and started spouting nonsense threats. Look at him now, lol.

The Count of Monte_Cristo22 May '23 - 10:39 - 297 of 339 Edit

"The peeps who were burned in years gone by cannot get past it when circumstances change".

If you had bothered to have read back through the posts you would have seen I have been quite successful here:)

"And a final note related to "Pur". Elandsfontein is an open pit mine in the mostly sunny Cape. It is not an underground mine which would have far higher risk and for countries such as Canada with extreme winters".

Lol, so is this why they hugely messed up the mine and after years of trying are still producing pitiful amounts? Have you contacted any local suppliers in SA to see if they have received product for sale from Kropz? Might be worth your rampy efforts.

greenelf22 May '23 - 11:03 - 298 of 339

a. I can't be bothered.
b. No new facts presented, yawn
c. 43ktpa April..very pitiful, sure, and in upward trend. Nobody disputes this has history.
d. Putting together an investment case, call it rampy if you will. Your mutterings are thus also correspondingly deramping!
d. Smile mate :-) , life is not that bad.
Posted at 30/6/2023 11:35 by papillon
Unfortunately my post on Monday was correct, greenelf. "You're throwing your money away by investing in KRPZ"
Posted at 26/6/2023 12:46 by papillon
And down the share price goes following the bad news RNS issued after the market closed on Friday. That's a favourite time for companies to issue a bad news RNS! 🤣
I'm afraid you're throwing your money away by investing in KRPZ, greenelf.
Posted at 20/6/2023 09:54 by ppvn
Well potentially good news but until Kropz say anything about it - well it's jam tomorrow.

Separately ARC recently (9th June) put out their investor update which had some commentary on their investment here. Nothing really new however it appears that the Hinda project may be under the magnifying glass. Would be nice to hear an update from KRPZ themselves on it when it's available.
Posted at 20/6/2023 09:51 by extrader
Hi greenelf,

Yes. First solid building block.

Also, maybe, a sign of shared Gulf interest in committing to the area...and an opportunity for 80 year old Nguesso to rehabilitate himself.

Can't do DSN junior's prospects any harm, either.

Anyway, suffice to say that I've taken punt-sized positions in KP2 (Omani/Chilean connection) and in KRPZ (S.African link) on the 'momentum investment' principle that a rising tide lifts all boats...

Posted at 06/6/2023 11:42 by greenelf
I have seen some forecasts for the longer term price, slight decline next year but still high. The estimates are invariably way off the mark anyway. Your guess is as good as mine when wanting to build a new mine with 3 years on in mind..
Posted at 06/6/2023 11:14 by extrader
Well, it's certainly a great time to be selling whatever Elandsfontein is producing !

Thanks for the historic price info. How much of the current high price is 'event-driven' ie Ukraine and how much reflective of long term supply/demand issues?

Which would be an issue for the Hinda project...'strike while the iron (boom! boom!) is hot.

TIA. You can see it's not a sector I know much about.
Posted at 06/6/2023 10:18 by greenelf
The May 2023 rock phosphate price still sitting at all time high of $345 per tonne. Check the price chart going back to 1960. If there ever was a time to mine rock phosphate, it is now! https://divercitytimes.com/commodity/phosphaterock.php
Posted at 20/5/2023 09:37 by extrader
Hi greenelf,

I'm interested in another Congo project, so keen to see any movement/possible read-across.
Unfortunately, the article you quote doesn't help your case :

.."The related mining agreement was signed in 2018 with the Congolese authorities..."

.."COMINCO is in fact at the stage of the definitive feasibility study, the report of which will be submitted to the government with a view to obtaining a license..."

This is a long, long way from shovels in the ground, IMO.

The fact that the broker hasn't acknowledged Motsepe's meeting with Nguesso should give pause for thought.

And saying that "Our presence in Pointe-Noire is also an opportunity for us to see the magnificent project that has been launched between the Congolese government and Eni to know that our project will buy part of the energy electricity,” somewhat unhelpfully draws attention to the slow-mo implosion of S Africa's own critical infrastructure, which may well end up frustrating Elandsfontein's welcome but recent production increases...

The ownership diagram provided is helpful at explaining the relationships between the 2 x projects and KRPZ, but doesn't say anything about the ownership of KRPZ itself. Stockopedia (maybe not the most up-to-date source?) says the free float is only about 9% : if true, that's great for trading at the margin, maybe * , but very vulnerable to a squeeze-out if the main owner decides he can make more money taking it private...

* which is perhaps the safest way to play it ?

See Teddy Sagi/ Kape Technologies (KAPE) and Aggarwal/ iEnergizer (IBPO) for examples of recent shaftings.

I've been in ZIOC for at least 5 years, maybe you'll understand my caution...;->

Posted at 19/5/2023 15:28 by greenelf
Rock phosphate price over $340 per tonnehttps://www.indexmundi.com/commodities/?commodity=rock-phosphatehttps://ycharts.com/indicators/morocco_phosphate_rock_price
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