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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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
  0.50 1.89% 27.00 26.50 27.50 27.25 26.50 26.50 1,020,917 08:24:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 -4.0 -0.3 - 42

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/6/2020
08:57
Agree SAU undervalued comparatively but huge exploration potential . MTR have stated that’s why invested rather than production. CBE well you can see what happens to share price on VMS discoveries . We already know that we have VMS question is what size. Always nice looking at SFR share price on discovery of their Degrussa VMS and recently Stavely $ SVY. You get multibags overnight. It will be the NSR however on SFR land and or KML that will outshine anything. Imagine having an NSR 2% uncapped on a Cu district A4 alone will be worth a fortune .
grantstevens
01/6/2020
08:34
This looks like it’s being positively rerated, any number of its spread of investments have huge potential. I am really amazed SAU is still so low after BMV has performed strongly
cbeadle
31/5/2020
21:08
Completely agree Grant. There are some serial low life commentators that haunt the bulletin boards. Their agenda needs to be investigated and prosecuted.
charaxes1
31/5/2020
20:01
Do you think the low intelligence trading team are looking at trying to make their £50 by talking MTR down by suggesting consolidation, wrongly, is a negative? Will be interesting to see who rocks up tomorrow am and starts spouting groundless fear.
trumpingtonsmythe
31/5/2020
19:41
Sorry dekle don’t understand what you are saying.
charaxes1
31/5/2020
19:14
Let’s not waste money messing about with the number in issue. Forget consolidation. Don’t waste money
dekle
31/5/2020
17:30
It is good to see some interesting comment on this BB. Many days have passed with no posts! Hopefully onwards and upwards.
charaxes1
31/5/2020
17:09
Well, I hope I’m wrong. On the whole, Mtr board have managed to not really put a foot wrong much. Kings gate didn’t work out, but I gather that was a late switch in voting block, Kemco in thailand ultimately failed, and they’ve effectively shutdown their Spanish interests, but the board have generally not done anything without a good reason, and seems to demonstrate some thought has been applied before any move that they’ve made. Maybe this will be a consolidation that is viewed positively. Guess we wait and see... I imagine at some point we’ll also find out what happens to TG’s shareholdings when his estate is wound up and distributed to his heirs.... It could result in holdings having to be sold - not sure if they can simply be transferred or not.... L
lazygun
31/5/2020
12:19
No idea, I was just trying to collate the thoughts of others on why the consolidation, beyond the MTR statement. I didn’t think of it and have no idea if it’s a valid or not. I just think it’s nothing to do with some of the concerns people had re dilution and I think it just comes at a time when MTR have really reset themselves and have no need to ever raise with the dividend and collared loan to draw down if needed. They also have no outgoings than plc admin costs unless they want new ops or to maintain current positions. The value of their NSR in Bots will be achieved by SFR Bearing all the costs of exploration (recently increased to 20m aud) and their other 20% positions are all funded for 1 year in SAU and 2 years in CBE. If there is any validity in charaxes idea, they have links with N America via Sprott and I know the Canadians like low number of shares in issue ( I was in MKA which did very well after consolidation)TSX could be a possibility. I also know that N Americans know Doug Kirwin v well (SAU) and they like the S Korea project. Brent Cook did an analysis on them. On the other hand they are well known in Oz know via their Oz deals and TG (RIP). I am just going to wait and see, I do agree that some see consolidation as negative; I just don’t think it’s the same in all cases. It could be a self fulfilling prophecy however; as BB posters spook people out of their positions.
grantstevens
31/5/2020
11:54
Where else might they list, or transfer to a full UK listing?
cbeadle
30/5/2020
23:26
Exactly PERE, share drop nothing to do with consolidation. They are not consolidating due to forthcoming dilutive event either, as some have suggested surely? MTR clearly don’t need cash and when they do they use the collared derivative. I think it’s just a reset and maybe to attract wider non retail investors and as charaxes1 mentioned perhaps they are looking at dual list and they have been advised it’s a good idea, it’s not one I have thought of but who knows. I think you just have to trust board and I think they have earned trust over last year. Re consolidations I think THR did well and GGP post consolidation ( although THR dropped back for obvious reasons)
grantstevens
30/5/2020
21:59
Uk Pembridge has turned out to be a complete basket case and cannot be compared to MTR!
charaxes1
30/5/2020
20:51
Skyship, check out Pembridge (Pere). Consolidated 12ish months ago and share price now back to pre-consolidation level. Check out any of valirx, MANY recent consolidations.
uknighted
30/5/2020
20:49
Lazy - my comments are based upon 50yrs of LSE experience, inc. 6yrs as a stockbroker back in the 60s/70s... When asked about consolidation I usually quote Dana - the N.Sea oil explorer. Go take a look...
skyship
30/5/2020
18:38
Sky ship, We’ll see. I have yet to see any robust or plausible reason to conduct a consolidation, either in general, or in relation to this particular proposed consolidation. The location of the agm seems a bit of an odd one. Anyone know who owns the property where it’s being held? Charles hall maybe? L.
lazygun
30/5/2020
17:29
I agree with your points Skyship.
charaxes1
30/5/2020
17:01
Lazy – you will be pleased to read that you are wrong about consolidations. Consolidations for stupidly low sps reward shareholders as it does two beneficial things: # It attracts a higher number of investors, as many won’t buy penny stocks which are usually the domaine of the financially unsophisticated # It invariably reduces the spread =========================== As set out in the Notice, the Board is proposing a 1 for 10 consolidation in the ordinary shares of the Company. The number of shares the Company currently has in issue is considerably higher than that of the majority of companies on AIM with a similar market capitalisation and the Board believes that this, which results in a share price quoted in single pence, affects investor perception and share price volatility. Accordingly, the primary objective of the proposed share consolidation is to reduce the number of ordinary shares to a level which is more in line with other comparable AIM-traded companies and thereby creating a higher share price per ordinary share. The Board believes that this will improve the marketability of the Company's ordinary shares by way of a higher share price and hopes that, by narrowing the spread of its bid offer price, it will reduce the volatility in the Company's share price.
skyship
30/5/2020
13:00
Come on DreamT, or does Dom Cummins need you back as his speech writer?
trumpingtonsmythe
30/5/2020
12:34
So today you have said - there is no consolidation, ah yes there is I have seen the AGM notice now but it's the internet's fault I didn't see it earlier, I have you on filter, no I don't, yes I do, no I don't, consolidations mean dilution, no they don't but they are always bad, paddy didn't say it, ah he did but he was predicting the failure of the share price following consolidation! I have to say I concur with laxyguns assessment of your contributions!
trumpingtonsmythe
30/5/2020
12:33
I still do not understand any of your logic dreamtwister. An inferred resource declaration at A4 will allow an economic value to be calculated on the Royalty. That will give a tangible value in the balance sheet. This should further underpin the share price. Strange you seem to really like this share one day and then decide to bash it the next day. I suppose each to their own!
charaxes1
30/5/2020
11:54
Post 7789! Anyway you filtered me so can't see my post so well done on responding!I guess any rising share will attract the attention of the shorting brigade. Think they are wrong but it's their choice.
trumpingtonsmythe
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