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  0.00 0.0% 5.00 126,352 08:00:00
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Mining -0.13 -0.21 5
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Posted at 28/1/2023 08:20 by Panther Metals Daily Update
Panther Metals Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PALM. The last closing price for Panther Metals was 5p.
Panther Metals Plc has a 4 week average price of 4.65p and a 12 week average price of 4.65p.
The 1 year high share price is 12p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.35p.
There are currently 92,214,065 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 399,834 shares. The market capitalisation of Panther Metals Plc is £4,610,703.25.
Posted at 07/1/2023 11:13 by danmart2
Darren needs to get this share price back to the mid teens at the least, and this is only achieved through the drill bit hitting quality ground in Canada
Posted at 06/12/2022 22:55 by danmart2
Fair play Darren.

Honesty, ownership and determination.

I have been critical sometimes harshly critical mainly out of the frustration of your past performance being so good.
Until 2022 you in many ways you where the model CEO and a breathe of fresh air as IMO the majority of explorer CEOs lack credibility, are no more than well paid rampers who’s first, second and third consideration is themselves.
You stood out due to clever canny deals, good fund raising, limited shares in issue and getting maximum value from drilling programmes.

I am grateful you have taken accountability for 2022 while also accepting your point that the assets have been developed so it’s not a wasted year.
I will learn to be more considerate before giving my views going forward.

But as I stated, fair play for coming on a public forum and owning the good and the bad.

Like yourself I want Panther to be a roaring success, and in many ways that’s where it seemed to be heading.
Let’s hope we can get back to those days of 15p + share price with a company owning quality proven assets in safe supportive locations.

All the best for 2023 and sorry if I have been over critical.

Posted at 02/12/2022 06:55 by divmad
Just checking out the share price history of palm. Is that right, a drop from £2.80 to 5p since 2012? Why? How?
Posted at 30/11/2022 19:57 by danmart2
Congratulations Darren

4.7p share price

CEO of the year

Posted at 14/11/2022 10:20 by spangle93
Have a look at your foot hazl, you might find a gun shot hole in it.

By posting the CEO's bombastic rhetoric, "raise to embark on one of the most audacious, cost effective, discovery drilling campaigns ever conducted by a Canada-focussed London listed junior"

you remind everyone that what was seen by most as a high risk strategy at best, and more generally as a needless massive dilution at the bottom of the market. Let's not forget the *-load of warrants too.

They indeed raised money to embark on it, but they didn't complete anywhere near what they set out to do, which compounded the fallacy of the original decision

The more prudent option would have been to raise earlier in the year at a better price (everyone knew money would be needed to drill), and just raise enough to complete campaigns at Wishbone and Awkward, thereby avoiding significant dilution. Thereafter hopefully publish grades that would ignite the share price by pointing to commerciality, and then raise at a higher price for a 2023 campaign.

Posted at 13/11/2022 08:40 by soulsauce
So what you are saying is he deliberately didn't drill some of what was planned in the hope that metals prices increased 🤔
You discover as soon as you can as a junior if you get that lucky and the share price increases accordingly which gives you multiple options. When you sell them can then be decided upon.
It's called the sensible way hazl there doesn't need to be any thinking outside the box or making excuses for drilling campaign not being concluded, especially after the Ceo had puffed his chest out saying no other junior had attempted such a plan.

And we aren't ever going to be a producer, don't you know that one? So what is the storage wording about?

Posted at 31/8/2022 07:36 by hazl
Well I have already done well out of PALM and hope to again but thank you for filling me in on recent details here.
As for MIRI I did make a profit there too, and all tech was being crushed at the time.
Financing is always a problem.



What is difficult here for any new investor,including myself,returning to a toxic environment, is that there is a mixture of stale bulls( see the same characters moaning in AAU for example) and serial shorters,who suprisingly pick appropriate names.

If you look at any share price of a company it will go through it's lulls and good times,so I do not judge by share price alone.

We live in difficult times so there are no guarantees in shares at the moment but I am here for a reason.

Posted at 30/8/2022 06:17 by aimmafia
If you havent looked at #CGO then you really should, 200-300 percent upside very near termCurrent Share Price: 7.5pTarget Share Price: 30p in Q4 when 2nd offtake agreement lands and we are earning $10million a year from 1st offtake.Offtake 1: 10,000 tonnes per month of washed coking coalSale Price: $120 Per TonneRevenue: $14.4 MillionEBITDA: $9.6 MillionReserves: 1.6 Billion tonnes Met Coal / Thermal Coal ( company can run for centuries )Offtake 2: in discussionAlso CGO has its Initial Modular coke Battery due to be installed in Q4 which will create even more revenue and expecting another offtake agreement to land for this also! Production will be up to 40,000 tonnes per year of raw coke with huge margins creating the below figures but I am expecting coke prices to go up even further.Modular coke battery will produce once installedMargin: $300 per tonneEbitda 2022 with module coke battery- $19.5 millionPE of 5: $100m Market Cap aprxPE of 7: $140m Market Cap aprxIn 2023 a further large battery will be installed and adding a further $45million Ebitda per year creating rough market caps of:PE5 $285 million Market Cap 2023PE7 $399 million Market Cap 2023This is obviously excluding value of gold asset and also hugely increased coking coal and coke prices.
Posted at 02/8/2022 06:58 by goldenshread
I was very tempted to buy PALM when the share price was above 10p in April believing Mr Hazlewood would look after his shareholders, just as well I held off.

Problem now is the overhang of 5.5p shares will quell upside + those warrants at 8.5p will create another wall of resistance, more-so as PALM is fairly illiquid.

I would not be surprised to see the stock price drop further as has been the case with other juniors that have raised recently.

Today's news is very very poor for existing holders.

Posted at 04/6/2022 14:08 by xow98
Darren Hazelwood
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Metals shortages ahead, net-zero targets at risk — BofA | Kitco News

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Seems to be a lack of metal in the #PALM share price which is now down 35% since those hyper-excited drilling interviews in January.


Darren Hazelwood
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The discovery of a VMS, core on display at PDAC on the LeapFrog stand.
Separately a University and world leading VMS expert loving the pathfinder elements, the industry following our next moves.
This is a great reminder the market provides unexpected opportunities.

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