Panther Metals Plc

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Panther Metals Investors - PALM

Panther Metals Investors - PALM

Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Panther Metals Plc PALM London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 3.40 08:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
3.40 3.40 3.40 3.40 3.40
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Posted at 12/5/2023 13:40 by m1sterx
The market makers have quelled interest here by shutting off online limits when there is demand - plain and simple folks.

IF retail investors tried hard or #knewthegame they would have placed limit orders to deflect that tactic - not so.

Back to the status quo therefore - for the time being at least.

Posted at 11/5/2023 08:26 by grimreaper2019
Coiled spring comes to mind, one wonders how the shorts will close out now they know there will be no exit via a placing.

As ever retail investors failing to take advantage, not helped by market maker antics.

Posted at 11/5/2023 08:13 by spangle93
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Posted at 10/5/2023 14:30 by grimreaper2019
Looks to me like shorts are trying to close discretely - good luck with that, will punters catch on, could be some fireworks here soon enough.

Clue is the increased volume following the media from Master Investor when they said they will not raise via equity - the market makers trying their hardest to keep the price down.

Usual trick will be knock on the Panther door by the house broker saying we have a group of 'investors' wishing to give you money for shares at X price - what they mean is we need to close our short !

Posted at 27/4/2023 23:41 by nt2buy
Last time Darren promised no dilution he ended up coiling one out of investors heads.What a shame. I always had high hopes of him, until he joined the ranks of Bill Brodie Good.By the time this comes good there might be too mamy pieces of confetti.
Posted at 27/4/2023 15:50 by aussiebeach
These micro caps really do need to get out of the grip of the dreaded bucket shop broker who are vultures, they will happily naked short/forward sell the next placing with no qualms.

Listening to an interview from the CFO of Oriole Resources around 12 months ago he rather stupidly suggested that placings and dilution were not a problem and investors should expect it - well the share price was hammered, from .35p to .12p in no time.

Oriole learnt their lesson, the new New Exec Chair commented in the Annual Report that the poor share price performance was a result of equity dilution and the market expecting another placing, totally contradicting the CFO statement, they would look for funding at project level which they did.

Since that new policy the share price has risen nearly 80% and it remains strong.

This is what needs to happen more often, kick those bucket shop brokers where it hurts them - hopefully Darren Hazlewood will do as he says and not dilute via equity - if he does he must resign as confidence on him will be shot to pieces, it seems his shareholders are still frothing at the mouth over the 5p raise last year.

Delivery is key and corporate news is overdue here.

Posted at 20/4/2023 16:33 by jp2011
Perhaps he could explain how/why wishbone is valuable? Investors unimpressed with their major find because they're not finding copper, gold or nickel.
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.

Posted at 15/4/2023 11:35 by mininglamp
Panther are appearing at Master Investor today so that might bring in a few retail investor buyers next week.

Whilst the sector has been particularly depressed I feel the market valuation of PALM (£3.25m) is totally unrealistic, they have equity stakes in

Fulcrum Metals (20%) currently worth £1.8m
Panther Australia (36%) currently worth £650k

They have recently sold the 30% interest in the Blue Mountain licence to ECR circa £60k (in shares)

Received cash of £200k from Fulcrum.

Received a Tax Rebate of circa £100k

If you total the above, as well as cash left from the £1.1m raise in August (£250k-£300k?) the projects have no value at all. This is clearly an anomaly and cannot last.

I can see the share price recovering as a result, the sector is turning up and M&A returning, with only 92m shares in issue (tightly held) it will not take much buying to rerate the stock.

At 10p a share the company would only be valued at £9m, quite incredible.

Posted at 14/4/2023 07:32 by spangle93
Trailer for Panther at the Master Investor show


I'm sure he mentioned saving money by only using one PR outlet, but good idea to try to go out to attract new investors to the proposition here

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