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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% 7.40 08:00:13
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
7.40 7.40 7.40 7.40 7.40
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spangle93: One more link. Kaos has lots of spare time to read the 233-page prospectus, but for those who like pictures instead hTTps:// Feels to me that our £2.2MM stake in it is too low for all that we've put in there, but heigh-ho, that's why Darren runs PALM and I watch him do it
scotty1: Nice spud 😀 and by the looks of it someone slowly building a position either a new or existing investor
jp2011: Drilling to commence quote sooner than investors can imagine
cashandcard: I think Dazza's being a little optimistic there. But for sure, there is alot of running room. At the moment it's being valued somewhere in the region of desktop study and license cost prices in Oz (extremely low). The entire marketcap could be stuck to just one of the Canadian projects. Once Oz interests are listed on ASX, gets millions in the bank and pushes drilling programme, I can easily see that between A$10-15mln as investors take it up ahead of activity. Cash
soulsauce: New proactive video:- hTTps://
spudtheplumber: Imo seed investors will want news to sell the ipo...They will also want to give potential investors an idea of the plan going forward
pecuniarum copia: extract from Non-Brokered Placing RNS... ...Panther Metals PLC (LSE:PALM) the company focused on mineral exploration in Canada and Australia, is pleased to announce the completion of a private placing for a total of 1,666,666 ordinary shares (the "Placing Shares") at a price of 12p following an unsolicited approach from two high net worth investors raising a total of GBP200,000. ...Following Admission, the Company's total issued share capital consists of 59,529,085 Ordinary Shares. The Company does not hold any Ordinary Shares in treasury.
wrtmf: my initial gut reaction is closer to spangle than spud. i'm realistic about not having the funds to move everything forward. without the grades at merolia and without the mag at marrakai/annab and without initial exploratory work/surface grades at marrakai/annab, we don't know what we're giving up. the latter, of course being kerim's historical stomping ground and for anyone who's watched the old interviews will be familiar with the phrase 'kerim thinks the others missed something'. that carries only so much weight when trying to raise 5m and hold on to a hefty portion of oz assets. i can only add that when interactive investor took over the share centre, access to tsx/asx opened up too, so direct ownership of palm-oz becomes an option. canada - dotted lake public notice consultation closes in less than a week, then its up to x days for a decision from the mining dept director. [haven't listened to interview yet]. meanwhile, the drill hold up at big bear has really hit hard.
burtond1: Are we entering a commodities supercycle? And what does it mean for small cap investors?
scotty1: Alastair Ford 12:29 Thu 29 Oct 2020 Panther Metals well positioned to make major gold exploration strides in Australia and Canada Panther Metals has a highly experienced management team and a highly attractive portfolio of assets Panther Metals PLC - Shares in Panther Metals PLC (LON:PALM) have almost doubled in value since they were listed in London in January this year. What’s more, allowing that there was a bit of a bit of post-IPO selling, they’ve more than tripled in value since February, the last point in time at which we can say the market was unaffected by coronavirus. Because, allowing for the coronavirus then trashing the value of everything in March, and Panther’s shares have risen almost sixfold. This may seem like a rollercoaster ride, but it isn’t. Because following the coronavirus nadir, the 1.85p hit in mid-March, there’s been only one clear direction of travel for shares in Panther Metals: up. The shares are currently trading at 11p, supported by three key factors. The first is the market’s awareness of the quality of Panther’s team. Darren Hazelwood, the driving force behind the company, is the major shareholder and a man with huge experience in natural resources. Chief operating officer Mitchell Smith runs Global Energy Metals (CVE:GEMC) over in Canada and has extensive capital markets experience. Non-executive director Kerim Sener is well known in the UK for having built up and made an unarguable success of Ariana Resources (LON:AAU), while the company’s other non-executive and competent person Nick O’Reilly cut his teeth amongst other places at SRK Consulting. So, that’s one tick. The second is the positioning of the portfolio of assets. The company has gold properties in Canada, and gold properties in Australia. With the possible exception of certain US states, it’s hard to imagine any better jurisdictions anywhere in which to be advancing gold projects. And gold itself looks like just about the best asset for any junior company to be in at the moment, having proved once again this year, that in time of crisis it’s the place to be. The current gold price is just shy of US$1,900, as investors have sold down below key supports amidst a general coronavirus-related market rout this week. But remember what happened last time there was a major stampede for the exits back in March? – the gold price initially fell in line with equities, as investors looked to cover losses incurred elsewhere. But once that initial wave of selling was over, the bulls returned in considerable force. Will it be the same pattern this time round? That’s hard to know, but what is clear is that if you’d asked most new Panther Metals investors back in January whether they’d be happy with US$1,870 gold, they’d have bitten your arm off. So it’s a propitious time to be in gold, and especially gold in safe and workable jurisdictions. Which brings us to the third key reason why the market has been supporting Panther in recent months: the assets themselves. Here, both in Canada and in Australia, there has been much progress in recent months, in spite of certain difficulties involved with creating coronavirus workarounds. “If I had had targets in mind, we would have succeeded this year,” says Darren Hazelwood. “We’ve got good numbers at Big Bear in Canada, and the magnetic survey there has thrown up 38 or 39 high priority targets. But all the properties this year have thrown up interesting information. On Annaburroo in Australia we’ve got four individual exploration areas under one licence and we were never expecting that.” It all means that Panther is likely to close out 2020 in far better shape than anyone might have predicted when the coronavirus chaos was at its height and, more importantly, very well positioned to start creating real value in 2021. The company is funded through to the spring of next year, according to Hazelwood, and will be able to afford all currently planned work programmes. And, after this year’s gathering of target data, that ought to amount to significant drilling, both in Australia and Canada. The company will prepare the way in opening months of 2021 with significant aeromagnetic surveys, and after that the rigs will start to turn. And at that point, with news flowing on a regular basis and hard data on grades and widths becoming readily available, it seems highly likely that the market will deliver yet another positive verdict on Panther.
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