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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
  3.25 11.5% 31.50 31.00 32.50 32.75 28.25 28.25 5,143,230 16:45:40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 -4.0 -0.3 - 49

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/8/2020
14:30
DT I don’t understand what you are trying to say? I presume the last drawdown was because MTR set a price for SFR share price drawdown and that was hit for a portion of what they put in for. I doubt they will issue shares unless they go for a secondary listing. Then it would make sense for liquidity purposes. Why do you keep on banging on about diluting shareholders?
charaxes1
16/8/2020
11:51
Under the terms of the Fifth Financing Arrangement, Metal Tiger has: entered into a stock lending arrangement with the Lender, pursuant to which the Lender (or an affiliate of the Lender) can borrow up to 36,714 Sandfire Shares from Metal Tiger;obtained the right (but not the obligation) to sell 36,714 Sandfire Shares to the Lender in three years’ time at 80% of the reference price, being A$5.82 (subject to customary adjustments) (the “Reference Price”) (“Put”);granted the Lender the right (but not the obligation) to buy 36,714 Sandfire Shares from Metal Tiger in three years’ time at an agreed premium of 145% of the respective Reference Price (“Call”); andborrowed A$0.17m from the Lender, secured on a combination of the above with a maturity date of 27 July 2023 (the “Further Loan”). Metal Tiger has the right to elect to settle the Put and the Call by way of physical delivery of Sandfire Shares or by way of a cash payment reflecting the value of the Put and Call at the time. As announced previously, the Lender agreed to extend the date on which the Commitment Fee is payable (in the event the total balance outstanding is under A$20m) to 30 September 2020 from 30 June 2020. Following the Fifth Financing Arrangement, the maximum Commitment Fee payable by Metal Tiger is approximately A$82k. The Arrangements are secured over, in aggregate, 2,609,887 Sandfire Shares held by Metal Tiger, representing approximately 1.44% of Sandfire’s issued share capital. Metal Tiger currently holds 6,296,990 Sandfire Shares. in reflection to compost the compost has six weeks plant food after that period the compost is Spent & will require fertilizers to maintain a healthy plant life Metal Tiger has the right to elect to settle the Put and the Call by way of physical delivery of Sandfire Shares or by way of a cash payment reflecting the value of the Put and Call at the time. lets wait and see if mtr dilute the shareprice ?
dreamtwister
15/8/2020
11:47
Instant equity? Perhaps MTR might sell some of their peripheral investments instead of a placing? It is incredibly rare for an AIM company to be able to obtain such an ISDA facility. DT what would you have done if you were running MTR? Most of the AIM companies that have no cash flow run on share placings and the exercising of attached warrants. The ISDA facility allows daylight and with A4 drill results due in September and an anticipated maiden inferred resource. This will at last give a value to MTR’s 2% royalty. Once T3/A4 go into production MTR will then have a revenue stream from the royalty which will cover both copper and silver extraction. Perhaps this will be used to repay the ISDA facility maybe it will not. Time will tell.
charaxes1
15/8/2020
10:48
sandfire shares as a backbone for the ISDA agreement through a derivative collar Facility,will give mtr instant equity thou the pi will have their holdings diluted with further placings warrants ect to pay /settle the isda derivative collar facility,thou i may be wrong and the board of directors may? exercise their options...lol mcneilly the milkmaid
dreamtwister
14/8/2020
20:48
Agreed Kao3 Botswana is the prize the rest is the icing.
charaxes1
14/8/2020
20:46
sfr and nsr is why I am here observing and waiting to buy. could be a real big one. the rest - I am having my thoughts about the decision process criteria. if mtr would be my Co and the manager would each 2 weeks come to me to invest in something I would say to him - do you know what are you doing? 1 - 2 investments per year - that is ok. but luck and momentuum will take care lol
kaos3
14/8/2020
20:44
Sorry sharesaver1 what’s the link all about?
charaxes1
14/8/2020
20:30
Agreed Kao3 but isn’t that what MTR are doing? SFR de risked the investment of MTR in MOD and MTR have the 2% uncapped NSR over most of the SFR mining licences ex T3 which is capped. KML requires the support of MTR for their drill finance.
charaxes1
14/8/2020
20:27
it looks to me as a financial bet (ceo is a financial guy !!) that the junior explorers will take off in the gold rush. not mathematically and geologically risk conscious prudent investment. it might come out brilliant but .... but to be honest wtfdik
kaos3
14/8/2020
20:11
I would concentrate more - that is all. to the best projects in the portfolio. because it takes time for the recent investments to ripe. will the collar expire first or will the investments ripe first? timing mis match?
kaos3
14/8/2020
20:00
Ok Kao3 so what would you do? Easy to criticise. MTR have not sold any SFR shares! They have pledged them using an ISDA agreement through a derivative collar Facility. Far better to make your assets work on a leveraged basis.
charaxes1
14/8/2020
19:33
reading all their capital participation RNSs - by "selling" sandfire stock - exposing the Co to the time pressure and risks - it looks to me as they are not having a clear idea what is THE best option - they do it all betting all around and hoping for a big one to come out as it was with the Botswana "luck" Terry is missing for my reassurance
kaos3
06/8/2020
18:21
Interesting situation arising at Southern Gold. They are looking to realise some value by refusing to fund JV with Bluebird. I do wonder what input McNeilly had there - realise value quickly for reinvestment. For the record, I was an investor in both MOD and Bluebird - selling both to invest in MTR.
shieldbug
06/8/2020
15:26
TS Agree. I do know that MMc sourced the KML project when he was at the Indaba Conference a couple of years ago. TG would have done the smell test.
charaxes1
06/8/2020
15:01
It looks like the post-consolidation consolidation is coming to an end. Fingers crossed!
dubjon
03/8/2020
16:59
So everything in the pipeline up to now was with Terrys (RIP) insight so why do those projects suddenly become bad projects? Think you need to think a bit wider Paddy.
trumpingtonsmythe
03/8/2020
16:01
I disagree BP. He was certainly a world class geologist and brought MTR into the JV with MOD and the T3 find. He provided the smell test for the big projects. MMc is the negotiator. Time will tell. As you say RIP Terry.
charaxes1
03/8/2020
12:04
terry r i p will be missed here was the brains behind this outfit going nowhere fast without him
billionairepaddy
30/7/2020
14:15
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeP-pbdkSAU&feature=youtu.be
uknighted
29/7/2020
21:36
DT that is a very strange and irrational rant! I presume you have sold out? I imagine Sprott or RR have lent a portion of their stock out to make a turn during the summer period. So expect some walk down in the share price by the short borrowers to make their margin. DT are you part of the Game?
charaxes1
29/7/2020
10:13
I'm intrigued to know how many non-day traders there are watching the bulletin boards all day? Surely not many, so it's traders trying to persuade traders to buy/sell. But they know it's a trader so why would they act? You boys must be very robust to keep going.
trumpingtonsmythe
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