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Primorus Investments Plc LSE:PRIM London Ordinary Share GB00BKTCLJ25 ORD 0.2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25 -5.21% 4.55 4.50 4.60 4.80 4.55 4.80 810,682 15:42:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 0.0 4.6 3.0 1.5 6

Primorus Investments Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/6/2021
17:14
yeah but it isnt just vanadium theyve got...titanium,magnetite and loads of high purity irin...no brainer 80 million tonnes of magnetite ore - the JORC compliant mineral resources demonstrates holds 1.6 billion pounds of Vanadium, the equivalent to four times annual global demand 32 million tons of High Purity Iron in situ 9 million tonnes of Titanium
johncasey
11/6/2021
17:03
Yes but hasn't got the same grades of bmn at 1.12 . Also fortunes bought up all the second hand operations So there only hope is some sought of offtake for slag but im not sure the grades will make the grade....
megaman2
11/6/2021
16:42
went up 18% last 2 hrs...mmmmmm
johncasey
11/6/2021
16:42
vanadium is the mineral to be in...and ironveld have bucket loads
johncasey
11/6/2021
16:18
Megaman, well said. The Directors here know what they are doing. I have just added on this little pull back and managed to buy at just under 4.6p. Very exiting long term hold and once MUST recommences trading and the value of the PRIM shares are known, then they'll be no holding this back. I do expect a fund raise on the back of this later this year.
mallorca 9
11/6/2021
15:43
Prior to bushveld minerals selling down its invinity stock they hit a market cap of £200 mill. Enerox are a similar company and if they pick up some orders could equate to the same. What that translates to exactly is a little bit hazy as I think there will be some dilution to must to meet the 25% main market free float rules . Must clns are at 20p if enerox=£200 mill mkt cap that equates to 60-80 p per share. Plus 1 for 2 warrants at 30 p strike price. This is why I'm here .
megaman2
11/6/2021
15:33
If you can't see the short term potential in enerox i don't think you have looked hard enough it's the whole reason I've bought here
megaman2
11/6/2021
15:31
Well they have bought into a must a main listed company must which may be holding enerox an extremely exciting vrfb battery company . It has plans to expand to 600-1200 mwh by 2025 and if it gets close to this will be billion$ valuation. Ironveld coincidentally on the bushveld complex is raising money to keep the lights on a £10 mill mkt cap aim stock with assets in the ground and no money to take them out. It's a long shot....5he likely good is the iron/v etc will stay in the ground but at least theres more liquid than other assets
megaman2
11/6/2021
14:08
directors have lost the plot here...they had one lucky shot in greatland gold and wasted countless opportunities to build on it..i even advised clayton to buy eua at around 3p..they could have bought cadence but waste their money on non aim shares that never ipo..if i was a director id invest in ironveld,vast and block energy..its not rocket science just common sense..buy low sell high
johncasey
09/6/2021
07:32
mega - you know our largest holdings - Engage, Zuuse, Fresho, WeShop... Stats show Dec'20 Invs @ £4.7m; CASH @ £4.1m. Net Assets £8.8m ie 6.3p/share. Since y/e we've invested a further £640k in Fresho & c£1.8m in MUST; so still a cash balance of c£1.65m. You ask: "So what are the most likely sales and how much can they generate?" That is for each individual investor to take a view on; as currently insufficient data to make a considered judgement. My guess would be that a Zuuse IPO or trade sale could be our first exit.
skyship
09/6/2021
06:14
So the new board etc have s shopping list but clearly after must including 30p warrants there is little cash left . From rns :To continue to build working capital, preferably through organic means, by exiting investments which have generated significant returns on investment. Can any holders with more knowledge than me shed any light on what assets will/can be sold and size of cash that could be found in the near future. So what are the most likely sales and how much can they generate?
megaman2
08/6/2021
15:58
well medusala, the share price is up 60% since the old bod left, the finances are in order, a proper investment strategy and no lifestyle directors fleecing shareholders. I guess you are one of the old guard who are feeling bit sore that you are being shown how to run a proper investment company for the benefit of all shareholders. Rome wasn't built in a day but under the old guard it was burnt to the ground. The Phoenix is rising and the future her is looking extremely bright. I guess you must be very pleased with the performance of Artemis Resources run by the 'old board'? not much of a cash pile there anymore. I suggest you sell out if you are that displeased and leave this investment for those who are more interested in getting involved in what could be a very exciting journey.
betterupthandown1
08/6/2021
12:29
I'm seeing such a wide spread here today 4.9 to 5.4 MMS must have no shares unlikely to see much action with such a large spread Sods law as soon as I write this they drop the bid to 5.1...
megaman2
08/6/2021
12:05
How do they think they are going to do new Spacs when they have basically done nothing in terms of investments since they took over despite "the old board" leaving them with a rather large cash pile
medusala
07/6/2021
13:32
currently you can buy prim for 4.85 and sell prim for 4.86 this is most odd.
rental
02/6/2021
10:40
2nd buy over 5p
rental
25/5/2021
08:54
Matron, megaman2 is out of bed again! :-)
timbo
25/5/2021
08:51
Sorry clearly wrong share...
megaman2
25/5/2021
08:33
Looking strong and heading through 5p.
mallorca 9
24/5/2021
21:19
Yes, Interactive Brokers are a large US firm, covered by the FCA, I'm fairly sure they accept overseas clients but you'd have to check.
spittingbarrel
24/5/2021
21:00
Very confusing - but looks as though Interactive Investors & Interactive Brokers are two different entities. Is that so?
skyship
24/5/2021
20:27
Sky - Interactive Brokers are very good for equities and excellent for traded options if they interest you.
spittingbarrel
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