Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Metal Tiger LSE:MTR London Ordinary Share GB0030493232 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.25p +9.17% 2.975p 2.95p 3.00p 2.975p 2.675p 2.75p 8,209,332 16:26:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 0.3 -0.0 - 33.39

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/7/2018
10:47
time for a hamlet moment,
dreamtwister
20/7/2018
10:20
Slow starter and a bit of uncertainty is all. Chairman paying 10% above current offer is a clue.
paleje
20/7/2018
09:55
market does nt seem to be very enamoured with the latest deal
billionaire1
20/7/2018
08:11
Well for TG it's a no-brainer and for Charles presumably a vote of confidence. Good.
paleje
20/7/2018
07:38
RNS Exercise of options. Unless the share options were about to expire why not retain them and buy the shares on the market? Maybe buying that quantity of shares on the open market would have been difficult at that price. Just thinking out loud.
uknighted
19/7/2018
17:50
Great interview, really provides loads of detail.
astonedt
19/7/2018
10:38
next update should throw some numbers & rerate the share price
dreamtwister
19/7/2018
10:35
Whatever MOD share price does should broadly reflect in ours, if MM is right about MOD currently around 30% of NAV with who knows what upside to come, the deal has been fixed at a good price. We have other interests separate to MOD so not a one-trick pony.
paleje
19/7/2018
10:04
nobody has a clue then yet this is what will drive MTR's price
phillis
19/7/2018
09:54
Thanks dreamtwister, can't see why the selling today. Concluding remarks about balance sheet improvement, MOD re-rate, copper sentiment, MTR re-rate from about 15 mins but the whole lot is worth a listen for the logic overall.
paleje
19/7/2018
09:18
hTTps://www.directorstalk.net/interview-metal-tiger-sale-of-t3-interests-an-excellent-deal/
dreamtwister
18/7/2018
18:31
what are the guesses for MODs market cap with a London quote
phillis
18/7/2018
15:24
Agghhh To get back into UKOG I'd have to sell something else (UJO or ALBA)may have to leave that unfortunately and just accept its the one that got away. Thanks anyway Oilisgold ('OIG') appreciate your recent tips which have been spot on!!!!
rookie666
18/7/2018
14:19
Rookie, trust me on this one. There is something going in the back ground that small pi will be the last ones to found out. Just hold tight. Heads up from me on UKOG now
oilisgold
18/7/2018
14:15
I know Oilisgold gave a tip off that something was on the cards but I'm still shocked.... However, to me, MTR have always come across as quite a savvy business so I'm going to give them the benefit of the doubt here. Also, Grandmasterglitch, as you have stated, MTR still have exposure to the larger T3 dome. This must also be why they snapped up a large chunk of Kalahari Metals.... Share price seems indifferent about it all!!!!!
rookie666
18/7/2018
13:46
From Hot copper "The more I think about this deal the more I think MTR have done very very well. The deal is just for the T3 project and not the surrounding T3 dome. MTR still maintain their 30% ownership of T3dome, T20, T4etc - in fact, by virtue of their 20% ownership of MOD now they will own a further 14% of these assets (20% x 70%) - giving them effective 44% ownership of these exploration assets (and they pick up a share of T1 and MODs cash balance).... I think they know there’s much more value to come from these exploration tenements and giving away some of T3 for higher ownership of these tenements is a smart play."
grandmasterglitch
18/7/2018
13:33
As posted on twitter: After today’s deal: #MTR MCAP £32m Assets Held: 🔸25% of MOD (fully diluted current value £20m) 🔸Other cash/shares excl MOD c.£10m 🔸30% of 7,978km2 JV area with MOD (multiple T3’s?) 🔸50% of 4,000km2 JV area with Kalahari Metals (AEM tech deployed) 🔸100% KEMCO c.£8m value
grandmasterglitch
18/7/2018
13:30
MTR have 40% of future exploration if we take into account the increased holding in MOD. A4 and A9 dome drilling continues, we already know significant copper has been discovered:- httPs://hotcopper.com.au/documentdownload?id=uOMxKKzFkiWRTLKhOROKAxjvTDYC6g69wRSZrfh9ke92GA== As posted on LSE:- Take time to digest the picture on page 2, green, red and purple grades shown on the drill at grades ranging from 1/2%, 2/3% and 3% plus, it looks good, well no it looks bloody marvellous, doesn’t it? If that continues down hole we will have at least 2% copper over 67 meters, but not just any copper, stockwork as explained here:- “Stockwork ores exhibit higher recovery of metals in mineral processing as compared to massive ores with equivalent grades, because flotation separation between chalcopyrite and pyrite is lower in efficiency than between chalcopyrite and host rock [21]. Despite the effective copper grades being much lower in the stockwork ores than in the massive ores (internal dilution due to blend of small veins with host rock), the copper grades in the fraction of sulfides within stockwork ores are in average more than the double of those in the massive sulfides, and this issue increases the relevance of the stockwork ores even in regions with poor copper grades.” What does that mean? Higher grades in effect, or maybe the equivalent of say 3/4/5% copper that’s easy/cheap to extract:- “For instance, if a sample had a grade of 2% copper and a P(x) = 0.7, then the relative grade of copper would be equal to 2%/0.7 = 2.86%. By doing so, the metal contents are recalculated and modeled for the sulfide fractions rather than modeling the total copper content.” Worth holding for those results? Or next drilling results? Well our team think so:- “Drill core is now being processed through Tshukudu’s sample preparation facility in Ghanzi and the site team is making arrangements to have this assayed as soon as possible.”
grandmasterglitch
18/7/2018
13:25
32m for a non-generating investment company is non-sustainable? You've lost me with your first sentence. If you don't understand the basic investment proposition then I'm afraid it's hard to have an intelligent conversation. You can wait in the sidelines and this might bob around the 2.5-3p range until the next set of assays come through. But with the scale of copper deposits for which MTR holds 30%, their own investment in KHL and other investments further afield - this is way undervalued. If you want facts and figures to back up the under appreciated stock that MTR is then google MTR blog and have a read. Come back and dispute, we'll have a conversation!
jthomas10
18/7/2018
12:41
No position. Just see this as overvalued now. £32m for a non-revenue generating investment company is unsustainable. If you want exposure to T3 (which is clearly attracting interest) then it's MOD you need to be holding. Appreciate MTR have insulated themselves somewhat from further MOD dilution, but I see no reason to own the shares at such a lofty MCAP. A fair valuation would be a fraction of current capitalisation. 2p maybe, given the strong cash position. I have no current position, though I have in the past. Good luck to all with a longs here, I'll just sit on the sidelines and wait a little while ..
the deacon
18/7/2018
11:51
Deacon, it is unsurprising to see your posting history. Easy to see shorters from a distance with no apparent reason. I'd like to hear some facts and figures for you to back your ludicrous statements
jthomas10
18/7/2018
08:59
id expect sprott has accepted & and will exercise options, news flow from botswana will give mod a warm reception, when they float on the lse.plus the forcasts for copper prices to rise. hTTps://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-07-18/prepare-for-copper-on-steroids-as-trump-slump-belies-shortage?cmpid=socialflow-twitter-business&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=socialflow-organic&utm_content=business&utm_medium=social
dreamtwister
18/7/2018
08:39
not sure about the benefit to MTR but MOD remove a hindrance to their path to flotation here
phillis
18/7/2018
08:38
That’s around £18 million to MTR, more importantly increased our JV on all future drilling to 40%. Cash issues moving forward fully resolved. If MTR sell all 7 clone domes for similar amounts and increase MOD investment to 30% everyone will be happy surely? Cash plus same holding we originallay started with, plenty of cash. We can then use that cash to purchase all of Kalahari Metals Limited. Shrewd business indeed.
grandmasterglitch
18/7/2018
08:00
Only includes existing PFS project. So doesn't even include the A1,A4 domes etc. The deal looks fantastic for MTR.
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