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Panther Metals Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Panther Metals Plc PALM London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 3.35 08:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
3.35 3.35 3.35 3.35
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Panther Metals PALM Dividends History

No dividends issued between 05 Jun 2013 and 05 Jun 2023

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Posted at 18/5/2023 12:03 by goldenshread
I sense a strong up move from current levels in the share price, my view is a material event is not far away.

A number of juniors have been bringing in substantial JV partners over recent weeks, PALM have licences that will attract mid/major caps IMO.

Posted at 13/5/2023 18:22 by spudtheplumber
HTTPS:// Spangle, it looks to me that First Class metals own the land between Palm and Palladium one.They also acquired the POW licences
Posted at 12/5/2023 07:14 by hazl
Posted at 11/5/2023 21:17 by grimreaper2019
The market in small caps is as bent as a nine bob note FACT - Can you short micro caps YES - via CFD's, spread-bets and in particular brokers/market makers who are often close to the company.

The mistake CEO's make is they 'trust' their advisors - do so at your peril.

An example (cannot name the company or the exact detail) but this happened...

A microcap company listed on AIM with around 350m shares in issue, their stock had fallen from 15p to 1.25p in 18 months - the company had a history of placing stock and used a 'bucket shop' broker.

The company was baffled by the drop, it was discovered that the selling was coming from an offshore account in Jersey, St Peters Port to be precise, a nominee used by various city entities.

Due to the regularity of placings the company was seen as a 'rolling short' it was evident it was an inside job.

So what happened, the company sourced alternative funding but kept it quiet as possible, not even telling their advisors, further they suggested via the eventual RNS (announced after market close) that more cash would be forthcoming from the same route.

The result, such was the bear squeeze (shorts trying to close their positions via the market in panic fashion) the share price rose from 1.25p to 11p in two sessions.

Not suggesting that PALM has the same level of shorting but it is likely there are some open shorts - one hopes the CEO will stick by his guns and not succumb to city advances and source the cash from alternative routes as implied more than once.

DYOR etc.

Posted at 11/5/2023 13:54 by goldenshread
PALM hold 20% of Fulcrum - new interview released today.

A lot of news to come from Fulcrum.


Posted at 11/5/2023 13:09 by grimreaper2019
There is no supply of stock that is why they are reluctant to trade, it is happening across the micro cap space where the corrupt system continually relies on companies placing stock at lower and lower levels, most CEO's happily oblige.

Now what happens when someone does not play ball, like Panther, you get exactly what is happening here, short positions cannot close and retail punters are locked out.

The shrewd will be placing limit orders or marginally above offer, the get out for 'the suits' is the normal market size in PALM is just 7,500 shares.

The statement made by the company re no equity dilution at current levels is a material event that has clearly put some noses out of joint.

As posted earlier coiled spring comes to mind.

Posted at 10/5/2023 15:45 by goldenshread
Managed to add this morning, some real shenanigans going on currently as it is nigh impossible to buy, the market in PALM seems closed for business and one wonders why.

Everything is being done to stop demand, namely a wide spread, on-line buying shut off, market makers refusing to raise the price as it would show a larger percentage gain which could attract more buyers on the FOMO basis.

It is essential for these smaller companies to get out of the clutches of 'the market' whilst PALM is not AIM listed you can bet there are entities short here who will demand stock from the company by way of a placement.

One hopes Mr Hazlewood does not succumb to these advances and sticks by his guns, I think the statement he made at Master Investor concerning new routes to funding is a game changer for the shareholders, one suspects this may have put a few noses out of joint to say the least.

Mr Hazlewood should now be getting on the phone to the company broker to demand to know why the aforementioned antics are ongoing, the broker will bluff and bluster and deny (they always do) however it will make them (and others) think long and hard about messing with PALM in the future.

Is this going back up YES, it could be rapid IMO.


Posted at 27/4/2023 19:57 by aussiebeach
Having attended that Proactive event where Hazlewood presented, he implied he would not place stock at current levels but the message was cloudy - he needs to come out and state clearly that PALM will not issue shares at the current price no matter what - it was interesting the media of that presentation was never released, Why?

Come on, do a concise interview Mr Hazlewood and say it, do not fudge the matter be as clear as crystal, until he states this categorically no-one will believe him given the 5p placing fiasco, do readers remember his comments at the time, it was necessary to deliver a value creation event, it never happened !

PALM need to raise cash via project finance, selling a licence, a JV or introduce a equity investor who will come in at a premium to market.

Over to the BOD.

Posted at 16/4/2023 21:54 by one2go
I see the masses are pumping TYM tonight - well all I can say is with TYM having 1.8 billion shares and PALM only having 92m guess where the real upside will come from.

The shrewd will buy PALM.

Both valued at £3m :-)

Posted at 16/4/2023 18:35 by mininglamp
Short report from Zak Mir - on Twitter this has already had around 3000 views - confirms PALM was a very busy stand at Master Investor.

Recently posted on LSE............


The busiest stands at Master Investor were that of Poolbeg (POLB), Condor Gold (CNR), Panther Metals (PALM), and CleanTech Lithium (CTL). It was wall-to-wall people engaging with management here, great news in the current small-cap stock market environment.

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