Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Polo Resources Limited LSE:POL London Ordinary Share VGG6844A1158 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 3.83p 3.70p 3.96p 3.70p 3.70p 3.70p 148,833 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -5.8 -1.8 - 12

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13/2/2019
08:20
htTTp://www.phronimoscap.com/news
mister md
13/2/2019
08:20
February 13, 2019--On January 28th, 2019, Phronimos Capital, LLC, ("Phronimos") acting on behalf of beneficial shareholders of Polo Resources Limited ("Polo" or the "Company") (LON: POL), transmitted a letter to the Board of Directors (the "Board") of the Company outlining several proposals that we believe will be beneficial to all shareholders. Clients of Phronimos and other concerned shareholders of Polo supportive of the proposals outlined in the letter (including a return of capital to shareholders via a tender offer at 10p-12p per share), currently hold approximately 14.0% of the total shares outstanding.
alco
12/2/2019
17:32
As I speculated the other day perhaps he has sold some Polo and taken a direct stake in GCM to get the full benefit of a green light for GCM. After all this would be following Polo’s lead as they have a large holding of GCM shares and the option to convert a loan into more GCM shares at 11p. It would be the sensible thing to do if you are confident that GCM will come good.
888icb
12/2/2019
15:39
shawzie: Last RNS from Polo showed Greenwood shareholding down from 5.2% to current 4.3%. So he sold nearly 20% of his holding just when I / we are all getting hopeful of good news from GCM. Makes one wonder why...…….
alpal2
12/2/2019
09:56
Mattboxy the million dollar question
jamesss1
12/2/2019
09:38
alpal2 What makes you think that Greenwood is selling out? Major Shareholders The Company's issued share capital consists of 311,789,151 Ordinary Shares of no par value (last updated 7 February 2019). The Company does not hold any Ordinary Shares in Treasury. As of 7 February 2019 the Company is aware of the following persons who hold, directly or indirectly, voting rights representing 3% or more of the issued share capital of the Company to which voting rights are attached: Name Percentage of Issued Share Capital Mettiz Capital Ltd 12.58% Perfectus Management Ltd 10.37% Nicholas Greenwood 4.3% Armstrong Investments Ltd 4.30% Ingalls & Snyder LLC 3.29% Stirling Enterprise Ltd 3.15% Percentage of shares not in public hands The percentage of the Company's shares not in public hands is 22.95%. There are no restrictions on the transfer of the Company's AIM securities. Polo's shares are publicly traded on AIM (stock ticker - POL).
shawzie
10/2/2019
09:21
Trader 365I have had the shares from a lower price, and the fact a billionaire has taken 20% is a reason to keep holding them. My question is, does anyone have any info regarding Zinc, Graphene and new battery technology.
beergut
10/2/2019
08:54
A genuine questionWhy are these valued so lowly by the market? I've not seen such a variance in any other company to NAV Does anyone know?Are the assets viewed as too volatile (GCM) 25% of NAV just doesn't make sense but the gap never seems to close
mattboxy
09/2/2019
17:55
Storming NormWhy graphene for batteries. I hold DCTA and a billionaire Invester has just taken 20% in it. I know he is working on Zinc Air batteries, but couldn't find a link to the graphene he may need to make the batteries work.
beergut
09/2/2019
17:44
Boss manFor lithium BCN have bucket loads - they will come good in next 2 years.However lithium may not be the way forward.Consider Vanadium - BMC and graphene VRS
storming norm
09/2/2019
16:33
Polo has been "cheap" for years. Tang needs to start strategic missions now.
russman
09/2/2019
13:52
Has anyone any ideas for good lithium miners?
bossman1978
09/2/2019
09:08
I love that 888! 'Polo is low risk way to get into GCM.' I'm wondering how I got into this situation whereby I'm checking advfn on an almost hourly basis for the last 5 years purely to see if my seriously underwater POL holding may come good. Fond memories of 5p special dividends but my thoughts are that POL now is anything but low risk! GLAH!!
badger010776
08/2/2019
20:27
Been in POLO and GCM for a long time. Hopefully our time is near. Yes, deffo undervalued. Best Wishes.
frrinvest
08/2/2019
18:07
Polo has other investments and is trading at a massive discount to its last stated NAV per share of 15.70p. GCM at its current share price accounts for very little at present but due to Polo ‘s large shareholding in GCM if GCM comes good it will have a dramatic effect on Polo’s NAV. Polo’s current star investment is Hibiscus Petroleum which accounts for more than double Polo’s current share price There have been no unusual developments at Hibiscus recently. Polo could rerate at anytime to reflect its big discount however with the current interest in GCM any current major movements are most likely to be GCM related. Polo is a very low risk way of taking exposure to GCM.
888icb
08/2/2019
17:59
POLO shares worth 15.73p so STILL DIRT CHEAP! Miles to go.
philjeans
08/2/2019
17:29
New to this thread but came over as a result of polos good finish tonight and the fact it could be gcm related.Could the big gap up at the close be a result of something else polo related ?Dont know what else polo has interests in.Thanks.
cambradjones
08/2/2019
16:59
Yehaaaaaaaaa
spights
08/2/2019
16:52
After being very quiet all day with 25000 volume Polo goes ballistic in the final few minutes of trading with 100000 share Buys to take the volume to 650000 and put Polo 3rd on the leader board UP 24%.
888icb
08/2/2019
16:21
eh up lad - summat's 'appening…R30;……..
philjeans
08/2/2019
16:20
Very nice move up!
alco
08/2/2019
15:23
He may have a finite amount of money he wants to commit to the Polo/GCM scenario. The money he switches to GCM if it comes good will give him a better return than leaving it in Polo. Polo gives much lower risk exposure to GCM because at the moment GCM does not form a significant part of Polo’s NAV. Let’s see if Polo converts its loan to GCM into shares at 11p. Personally I have held both Polo and GCM for a number of years.
888icb
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