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PALM Panther Metals Plc

0.20 (6.9%)
05 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Panther Metals Plc LSE:PALM London Ordinary Share IM00BKDM2T52 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.20 6.9% 3.10 273,000 15:58:22
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.00 3.20 3.10 2.90 2.90
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Gold Ores -953k -0.0103 -3.01 2.88M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:10:43 O 50,000 3.20 GBX

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2023-12-05 16:10:433.2050,0001,600.00O
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Posted at 05/12/2023 08:20 by Panther Metals Daily Update
Panther Metals Plc is listed in the Gold Ores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PALM. The last closing price for Panther Metals was 2.90p.
Panther Metals currently has 92,822,310 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Panther Metals is £2,877,492.
Panther Metals has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -3.01.
This morning PALM shares opened at 2.90p
Posted at 05/12/2023 12:00 by hazl
You have to PALM it to them they've been quietly getting on with it.

The results,ought to be good for us as well as them.
Posted at 04/12/2023 12:08 by hazl
From xow's good find.

Panther Metals
Strategy: LONG
Price (GBP) £0.0380
12-Month Target Price (GBP) £0.125
Upside to Target 229%
12mth high - low GBP 0.0262 to 0.115
Market Cap (GBP mn) £3.53
Shares Outstanding (mns) 92.8
Fully diluted 122.4
Posted at 04/12/2023 10:46 by spangle93
Dated September 25th?
Maybe it's just out now for freeloaders and the paying folk have had it for 2 months.
Nothing's fundamentally changed for PALM though.
Very comprehensive summary of the company
Posted at 03/12/2023 21:40 by hazl
Err Mr McKnee have you seen the various different miner's charts?
They are all the same!


PALM is likely to turn up,if the sector is looking a bit rosier, and from where I'm standing, it is and it has not been noticed by many investors.

The copper price is up the gold price also so let's see.
Posted at 03/12/2023 20:04 by mrmcnee
Have just listened to a short interview with DH, rather worryingly he is suggesting that he may take PALM out of London and move the listing to Canada, is this a Ratner moment one wonders ?

Whilst the demise of junior small caps stock prices is mainly due to woeful market sentiment across 2 years it has to be said that DH does little to inspire confidence in his claims, he has made so so many, in particular concerning outside investment however this has never materialised.

The placing at 5.5p in August 2022 was a real death knell on sentiment having previously vigorously stating he would not dilute at such levels, recently warrants at 3.3p via the £300k CLNotes.

The latest claim is he has secured finance from third parties, well it has been said before, the market will believe it when it arrives via RNS and in PALM's bank account.

In the background looms a possible LSE delisting, PALM from 30 mins.

'London is going to potentially loose a true explorer'
Posted at 26/6/2023 07:55 by mrmcnee
Managed to get a few Friday and added a few more this morning, you could call it stealthy accumulation.

There is a lot going on locally around PALM's licences, adds weight to the potential here, with news due shortly I can see the share price moving forward despite the market makers best efforts to make it nigh impossible to get stock at current levels.

Where could this go, who knows, one thing for sure the sub £4m m/cap is wrongly priced, with the right news multiples of that is a reasonable bet.
Posted at 23/6/2023 11:17 by grimreaper2019
Remember at 10p a share the market cap would only be £9.3m - no wonder the market makers do not want to sell you any shares at current levels.

PALM's licences are surrounded by majors and as DH has stated mineral discoveries are high grade, these licences do not change hands for peanuts.

A licence in the Congo close to a Glencore mine (yes I know PALM are in Canada) was sold for several 100m USD to the major who immediately moved in and started ore extraction.

The above shows how much a desired licence can sell for, it makes PALM's sub £4m m/cap farcical.

When DH suggests he is going to make shareholders a lot of money it would not take a mega deal to do so. Sell a licence for £50m (50p a share) and it is happy days for all.

Good luck trying to acquire PALM stock therefore.
Posted at 21/6/2023 21:01 by m1sterx
DH had cult status aka Paul Johnson and PALM was supported by PJ's brethren of followers driving the share price to 18p in late 2020. All that was lost when DH placed at 5.5p, infuriating many, reversing his determined statements he would not dilute at gutter prices.

DH now realises the damage that decision has done both to himself and the company, this time it looks like project level finance circa $3m has been secured with no dilution to equity.

Re-rate is on.

To make money you need to ---> #knowthegame
Posted at 11/5/2023 14:43 by spangle93
WTGR grimreaper

regarding - "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."

Not really because
1. Shares were placed at what was a large discount to the price over the previous few months last year, so the company has form in this

2. Is there really any evidence of shorting this stock

3. As yet there are no alternative sources of funds established that would galvanise the share price to rise to levels at which presumably a placing would be acceptable... which last time was 5.5p - it would need a 100% rise from recent lows even to get there, and it was a shocker at those levels last time around. And what is the upper limit for "current levels" as expressed when a share price is ca. 3p? is it 4p? 3.5p? 12p?

4. Debt is not an option for an exploration company with no income

So while there continues be no visibility as to how this conjuring rabbit can be pulled out of a hat, the market will continue to doubt that the stated intentions of "no fund raising at current levels" can be achieved
Posted at 27/4/2023 14:50 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.
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