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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Metal Tiger Plc MTR London Ordinary Share GB00BMQC0691 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 19.50 08:00:28
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19.50 19.50 19.50 19.50 19.50
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DateSubject
04/3/2021
07:39
uknighted: Metal Tiger plc ("Metal Tiger" or the "Company") Kalahari Metals Limited: Kitlanya East Update Metal Tiger plc (AIM: MTR), the London Stock Exchange AIM listed investor in natural resource opportunities, is pleased to provide an update in respect of the Kitlanya East Project that is operated by the Botswana copper focussed explorer, Kalahari Metals Limited ("KML"), in which Metal Tiger currently has a 62.17% equity interest. Highlights: -- Encouraging progress at the Kitlanya East Project, located approximately 25km southeast of the Sandfire Resources T3 and A4 deposits -- Airborne geophysics and soil sampling results highlight the potential for the South Fold Target to host Cu-Ag mineralisation in a similar setting to the T3 and A4 deposits -- Follow-up stratigraphic drill testing will now be undertaken in the central portion of the target area -- KML anticipates that this will confirm the presence of prospective lower D'Kar Formation stratigraphy, alteration and mineralisation along structures, suitable trap-sites and associated Cu-Ag mineralisation Following completion of the first phase of drilling at the North Fold target, KML has since focused on delineating the potential of the South Fold Target, considered to have significant potential for Cu-Ag mineralisation hosted in trap-sites above the reduction--oxidation ("redox") contact. Regional soil sampling undertaken in late 2019 identified a Cu-Zn anomaly in the centre of the target upgrading the target potential. As such, KML commissioned airborne electromagnetic ("AEM") and magnetic surveys over the Kitlanya East Project, with a total of 946 line km of detailed AEM data collected over the Southern Fold Target on a 200m line spacing. This data was reprocessed and subsequently used to interpret stratigraphic marker conductors, local folding and discontinuities in conductive units, potentially related to alteration associated with mineralisation. Following an independent review of this data, KML is confident in the prospectivity of the South Fold Target and potential for parallels to the structural setting at Sandfire Resources' A4 deposit. In tandem with collection of AEM and magnetic survey data over Kitlanya East Project, drill chips from several historical reverse circulation drill holes have been relogged. The results of this relogging demonstrate correlation between the South Fold Target and parts of the upper portion of the D'Kar or Mamuno formations, providing further support that the target is an anticline with the most prospective (oldest) stratigraphy located in fold hinge, the shallowest portion. With airborne geophysics and soil sampling results highlighting the potential for the South Fold Target to host Cu-Ag mineralisation in a similar setting to the neighbouring Sandfire Resources T3 and A4 deposits, follow-up stratigraphic drill testing will be undertaken in the central portion of the target area. KML anticipates that this will confirm the presence of prospective lower D'Kar Formation stratigraphy, alteration and mineralisation along structures, suitable trap-sites and associated Cu-Ag mineralisation. Michael McNeilly, Chief Executive Officer of Metal Tiger, commented: "The processed results from the Q4 2020 airborne geophysics survey and soil sampling programme highlight the potential for the South Fold Target to host Cu-Ag mineralisation in a similar setting to the neighbouring Sandfire Resources T3 and A4 deposits as corroborated by a recently commissioned independent structural assessment. "With these encouraging results, in the heart of the rapidly developing Kalahari Copper Belt, we look forward to providing details of KML's follow-on drilling activities planned for the Kitlanya East Project." As announced on 15 December 2020, KML has signed a Share Purchase Agreement with Cobre Limited ("Cobre"), which will, following completion of the transaction and subject to obtaining change in control approval from the Minister of Mineral, Energy and Water Resources of the Republic of Botswana, result in Metal Tiger owning a 59.57% economic interest in KML (comprising a 49% direct interest and a 20.72% interest in Cobre, which, in turn, will have a 51% interest in KML) (the "Cobre Transaction"). Cobre is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange
20/2/2021
14:50
shieldbug: I see on the other forum investors getting frustrated with MTR. Plenty of criticism of the board for poor marketing of the company and some grumping about salaries. The question is do you want a marketing company or do you want a mining company? Looks to me like the company is working hard at building value. I would like the share price higher - but considering the storming performance of base metals where else can you get a sector bargain like MTR? I doubled my holding since the price dropped in January. Nice.
20/1/2021
12:25
shieldbug: What was the date of the last published NAV anyway? In the Annual Report dated 29th May 2020 they stated that for the period ending 31st December 2019 the NAV was £26,937,000 or 1.73p/share. They also said "Given the nature of the Group’s investments, the tendency is for investors to look at the Group’s net assets and compare this to market capitalisation. The Company does not believe that this simplistic valuation metric works in respect of Metal Tiger as the Group is focused on investment in major resource projects where the value of an interest can increase very rapidly with successful ground exploration or corporate developments."
21/12/2020
16:42
uknighted: RNS Number : 3574J Metal Tiger PLC 21 December 2020 21 December 2020 Metal Tiger Plc ("Metal Tiger" or the "Company") Investment in Catalyst Metals Limited (ASX:CYL) Metal Tiger plc (AIM:MTR), the London Stock Exchange AIM listed investor in natural resource opportunities, is pleased to announce that it has subscribed for 142,857 new ordinary shares in Catalyst Metals Limited (ASX:CYL) ("Catalyst"), at a price of A$2.10 per share, for a total investment of approximately A$300k (approximately GBP170k), as part of Catalyst's A$18 million placement (the "Fundraise"). Catalyst is also looking to undertake a Share Purchase Plan ("SPP") to raise approximately an additional A$2 million from existing shareholders and it is noted that Catalyst's Directors intend to participate in the SPP to the maximum extent possible. Following completion of the Fundraise and the SPP, Metal Tiger will be interested in 142,857 shares in Catalyst, representing circa 0.15% of Catalyst's issued share capital. Catalyst is a mineral exploration company which holds interests in advanced gold projects in Victoria, Australia. The company is planning major exploration programs in the Bendigo district in 2021, comprising circa 80,000m of drilling across their high-grade Victorian gold projects. This will include 30,000m drilling focused on the Boyd's Dam project, targeting a planned maiden JORC Resource in 2021, and 50,000m drilling targeted at the Tandarra, Drummartin, Boort, Toolleen and Golden Camel projects, where high-grade gold mineralisation has been discovered. Furthermore, Catalyst is seeking to acquire the Henty Gold Mine and associated Tasmanian exploration tenements from Diversified Minerals Pty Ltd. For the 12 months ending 30 June 2020, Catalyst reported a net loss of approximately A$1.75 million and, as at 30 June 2020, reported net assets of A$22.68 million.
04/12/2020
18:30
shieldbug: Interview with Marimaca Copper on Crux Investor. hxxps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_JdfIyckKI
04/12/2020
10:16
uknighted: Could this be the reason for selling Thor? Investment in Marimaca Copper Corp (TSXV:MARI) Metal Tiger plc (AIM:MTR), the London Stock Exchange AIM listed investor in natural resource opportunities, is pleased to announce that it has subscribed for 141,956 units in Marimaca Copper Corp ("Marimaca"), at a price of C$3.15 per unit, for a total investment of C$447,161 (approximately GBP257,000) as part of Marimaca's C$28.98 million equity financing which was announced as having closed on 3 December 2020 (the "Fundraise"). Each unit consists of one common share in Marimaca and one-half of one common share purchase warrant (each whole warrant, a "Warrant") exercisable at a price of C$4.10 for a period of 24 months following the closing date of the Fundraise (being 3 December 2020). Accordingly, Metal Tiger now holds, in aggregate, 146,956 shares in Marimaca, representing approximately 0.2% of Marimaca's issued share capital and 70,978 Warrants. Marimaca is a TSXV quoted copper exploration company focused on exploring and developing new sources of copper. Their flagship project is the Marimaca Copper Project in Chile's Antofogasta Region. Marimaca recently announced the results of a Preliminary Economic Assessment for the Marimaca Copper Project which showed a US$640 million post-tax NPV(8) (real) assuming a US$3.45/lb flat long-term copper price, with a post-tax IRR of 38.0%. In addition, Marimaca recently received approval for the construction of up to 365 drill pads over the next three years encompassing 3,800 hectares of highly prospective exploration ground. The company is expected to drill first targets in early Q1 2021. For the nine months ending 30 September 2020, Marimaca reported a net income of approximately US$4.9 million and, as at 30 September 2020, reported net assets of approximately US$37.9 million.
30/9/2020
20:41
postme: #NCYT #BMN #MTR #SMS #PAY #PRTC #SLP #APP #CNCT Ten ‘magic formula’ stocks for investors looking for value and quality -
28/9/2020
10:53
rsussaud: DT Incorrect your post is full of fake information. 1. TRR have no interest in our assets we are simply invested in them. 2. A Jorc was handed to SFR as part of the sale of mod to SFR for T3 so I think you will find they are well down the build a mine route and on recent announcements SFR have said 24 months to build a mine.3. You forgot to mention the maiden resource at A4 all of which we hold a 2% NSR over at zero zilch further costs to us. MMC has played a blinder for us REAL LTH but perhaps might be causing issues for the short investors. Our KML investment has been very cleverly split up so we still have ownership of circa 60% via cobre and MTR. Anyone looking at MTR need to read and research the management backgrounds to realise they don’t shaft LTH of which I am one and very pleased with the progress they have made.
30/5/2020
10:57
lazygun: Consolidations are typically seen on a subjective/emotive level as taking something away from the investor. Share splits typically seen contrarily as giving something to investors, and therefore seen more favourably by investors. Additionally, consolidations tend to get associated with placings or activity of a dilutive nature, even if it’s paving the way for something upcoming, rather than an immediate or associated placing.. This guff about investor perception and large shares in issue co pared to other companies of a similar mkt cap is also less important than is being portrayed. There’s generally not a good reason for consolidation.. plenty of dilutive reasons though.. L
30/5/2020
10:00
lazygun: Technically consolidation won’t have an effect on NSR or sandfire shares, but any consolidation normally results in a decline in the share price. as for North American investors and so on, I’m not so sure that Mtr board are really that bothered about possible lack of investors from there just because of the number of shares in issue. Mtr are in too strong a position now I think to be swayed by such a concern. Perhaps someone can answer this: What specific benefits would MTR gain by consolidating? L
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