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Metal Tiger Plc LSE:MTR London Ordinary Share GB00BMQC0691 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.50 -8.06% 28.50 28.00 29.00 29.50 28.50 29.50 469,507 12:23:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 3.8 2.5 11.5 44

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/8/2019
15:10
JCs comment was a mistake...Cobre magnetite project is in Mexico and has nothing to do with privately-owned Australian copper exploration company, Cobre Pty Ltd ("Cobre")
rookie666
31/7/2019
22:20
Many thanks. A good interview. Come October all cashed up and ready to go!
charaxes1
31/7/2019
21:41
goneawol thank you.
uknighted
31/7/2019
20:27
Https://youtu.be/cJmrDwVr5Qs
goneawol
29/7/2019
20:31
I doubt you will get a reply Yk!
charaxes1
29/7/2019
20:14
Today’s RNS did nothing for the share price JohnCasey, still waiting for your explanation of your post 7679.
uknighted
26/7/2019
09:27
Temmujin, sorry, JohnCasey would you care to explain your post 7679. You could start your explanation with, I have made a mistake?!
uknighted
26/7/2019
09:13
cobre dont pay up..look at SML
johncasey
05/7/2019
12:42
So, To get an idea of what the 2% NSR might look like if it was uncapped, on a T3 sized resource.... (figures from a twitter feed) example: t3 - 11.5 yr mine life, 61 mill lb per yr, so 700mill lb’s. All in cost, $1.35, use current spot - $2.82, so net revenue $1.47 /lb. equates to $1.029 billion, 2% equates to around $20 million. can anyone say if this is anywhere near an accurate method of estimating the 2% NSR? If not I’d be interested to see some other maths... If this is anywhere close, it is easy to see why the T3 NSR was capped at $2 million. L.
lazygun
04/7/2019
15:35
Summer season too. July/august, so will likely fall, then rebuild come September/October time I’d imagine.... Still, they seem to be reasonably well funded at moment, and they’ll receive more come October/November time assuming the current sandfire offer concludes, so no reason to expect another placing for a while.... KML news I would have thought from all the drilling shouldn’t be too far off by now either? L.
lazygun
29/6/2019
16:46
Agreed Lazygun. What we need is MTR to negotiate a 2% uncapped NSR over KML. Then things could get really interesting if KML strike something material! It looks as though the market has yet to wake up and fully understand what MTR potentially have.
charaxes1
28/6/2019
18:17
I still believe the overall size of the deal gives away the landbank far too cheaply. After listening to the podcast, it is clearer that their backs were against the wall - simply didn’t have sufficient cash, so I at least understand why they may have felt compelled to take the offer, and for Mtr to back it. I’ll also have to concede that the net smelter royalty element, uncapped outside of t3 could get very interesting for MTR. either in 3 or 4 years time when other mineralisation is processed, MTR will get the royalties, or MTR will agree a big cash payout earlier, or possibly MTR will get bought out... an intriguing possibility hinted at by MM. Worst case on this is we don’t see royalties for a few years, but as I say I’ll have to concede that could be rather substantial... And maybe the market hasn’t been able to formulate an opinion on the potential vale of that bit yet.... Talk about having to swallow humble pie.... grrrr..... L.
lazygun
28/6/2019
12:26
Https://audioboom.com/posts/7302339-miningmaven-podcast-114-with-michael-mcneilly-of-metal-tiger-mtr
goneawol
28/6/2019
01:37
Well, they’re in charge... Not much we can do, but pray... L.
lazygun
27/6/2019
23:11
Evening Lazygun, TG and the MTR BOD were completely behind the MOD/SFR deal. Only one other PI made it to the AGM today. Pity you did not come along and voice your concerns.
charaxes1
27/6/2019
04:49
Morning Lazygun, I will ask him when I attend the AGM today.
charaxes1
26/6/2019
23:42
MTR have a significant percentage of MOD shares. MR MM of MTR is on the MOD board as part of the T3 deal, and let’s not forget that whilst they say business and pleasure should be kept separate, TG and JH go way back. Tho, as I say, I can’t believe TG has endorsed this... L.
lazygun
26/6/2019
21:51
Hi Lazygun, as TG is based in Perth as is Sandfire and KS, it would not surprise me if MMcN and he were heavily involved in the transaction. Agreed it is a shame that MOD was not sold for more but the fault lies fair and square at MOD BOD door. JH should have been replaced. This is the fault of a weak Chairman! I really cannot see why it is the fault of MTR. They had to agree to the transaction otherwise major MOD dilution would have been undertaken at a far lower price! The MOD share price has yet to hit the bid price of SFR so the market clearly has some doubt as to whether the transaction will complete! If the market anticipated another bidder then I would have thought this would have been reflected in a premium share price. I had a glance at the HotCopper ASX bulletin board. In general they appear to be happy to swap MOD paper for SFR. Not surprisingly SFR looks to be a much better run outfit! I am glad that MTR are out of the MOD investment!
charaxes1
26/6/2019
21:20
I’d be surprised if TG is happy with how this is shaping up either... L.
lazygun
26/6/2019
21:18
Given sprott has invested majority of money in Mtr at around 3p or more, can’t see a great deal of joy in the sprott camp right now. Properly managed, the Botswana stake could easily have catapulted mtr’s Share price north of 5p easily..... Not now though.... L.
lazygun
26/6/2019
21:01
Maybe Sprott liked the deal!
charaxes1
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