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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Strategic Minerals Plc LSE:SML London Ordinary Share GB00B4W8PD74 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.425 0.40 0.45 0.425 0.425 0.43 1,209,344 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 2.2 0.3 0.1 4.2 8

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/7/2020
11:30
I'd like all agms to look like this for those of us who do not attend. Comprehensive overview and I appreciate their directness. Should lift blown apart sentiment as we remain woefully undervalued. Good job guys.
bean02
28/7/2020
11:06
SML AGM Q & A https://youtu.be/9gO8LSv145k
richsmithsmith
15/7/2020
11:02
"LME cash copper prices have experienced a ‘supercharged recovery’ through the first half of 2020. From a high of US$6,301/t on 16 January, prices collapsed to close at a low of US$4,618/t on 23 March before turning upwards, in a trend which has accelerated over the past month. Copper closed at US$6,194/t on 8 July, effectively completing a 90% rebound from the March low, with prices seemingly poised to move higher still through the remainder of July" Https://roskill.com/news/copper-prices-realise-supercharged-recovery-through-h1-2020/
sleveen
14/7/2020
22:38
mrgaribaldi - 21 Jul 2003 - 15:58:00 - 139 of 164 QXL PUT ON BID ALERT AS EBAY buy www.fairmarket.com for $4.5 million! - QXL I think Maestro is on holiday at the moment.
johncasey
14/7/2020
11:40
Https://www.proactivexxxinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/924153/strategic-minerals-boosts-sales-at-cobre-and-is-assessing-options-to-advance-flagship-projects-924153.html remove the xxx
sleveen
14/7/2020
10:08
Strategic Minerals plc (AIM: SML; USOTC: SMCDY), a producing mineral company actively developing projects prospective for battery materials, is pleased to provide the following update on the Company's cash position and ore sales at the Cobre magnetite operation in New Mexico, USA ("Cobre") for the quarter ended June 2020. Highlights · Excellent organic sales growth in the quarter despite Covid-19 impact on markets. · Quarterly sales up 89% on quarter end June 2019 and 38% year on year. · Sales activity continuing during copper mine suspension with effective zero contact on-site. · Arbitration verdict with CV Investments confirms US $21.9m plus interest due under contract. · SEC receiver appointed to CV Investments highlighting uncertainty of payment. · Equity raising of £1.2m (US $1.422m net of fees). · Repayment of NAE Redmoor loan of US $1.253m. · Group cash balance of US $0.533m as at 30 June 2020. inancials and Operations At 30 June 2020, the Group's non-restricted cash balance was US$0.533m (31 March 2020: US$0.351m). During the three months to 30 June 2020, the Company raised equity, net of fees, of US$1.422m and paid off the balance of the NAE loan associated with acquiring total control of the Redmoor project of AUD 1.821m (principal AUD1.800m and interest of AUD0.021m) - US$1.253m. Additionally, during the quarter the Company invested circa US 0.180m in progressing its projects. During the June quarter, the company submitted a draft program for environment protection and rehabilitation ("PEPR") to the South Australian government and has just received some initial feedback. While this does not appear to raise any major concerns, it does suggest that the current pandemic may have a delaying effect on the overall approval process. A noticeable increase in interest in the Leigh Creek project has been observed as the copper price has recovered to above pre-pandemic levels. Not only do these higher prices support the long-term economic attractiveness of the project but they also highlight the economic potential for the project to enter into production within a year. This makes the Leigh Creek Copper Mine one of the quickest, if not the quickest, near production copper project in the world. In the June quarter at Redmoor, the team continued to work on processing and analysing historical data. This is designed to strengthen our understanding of the resource and further develop the conclusions of the last Scoping Study to improve the robustness of the expected project economics to be used at the corporate level in discussions with potential joint venture partners.
swiss paul
13/7/2020
22:55
Think the year might be out, as it was late 2017 it peaked, if you look at RNS 10,10,17 you will now why.Past will allways proves the present! ;-)
slingerman
13/7/2020
21:22
from LSE Garibaldi Posts: 1 Price: 0.425 No Opinion Thoughts13 Jul 2020 19:41 Hi Guys, Just joined this site, and trying to get a feel for what might be good to invest in. I've looked on Strategic Minerals website, and taking their numbers at face value, which they admit are inferred, especially Redmoor, but the scale of their resources looks pretty compelling. Very crude calculation of listed resources, - Redmoor (Tungsten: 16,650t x £33,000, Tin: 11,250t x £22,000, Copper: 25,260 t x £7000) = £976.5m - CARE (Nickel : 106,000t x £13,700) = £1,450m - Leigh Creek (Copper: 47,900 x £7,000) = £335m Total = £2,761.5m I read somewhere about a fair value for a junior miner being 10% of resource value, which would be £276m, or, 39x current market cap of £7m. This doesn't include the Cobre resource. I haven't found the scale of that or how much revenue it is currently generating, but it sounds like it covers their expenses without needing to dilute the shares, which sounds very positive. From a technical point of view it looks to have bottomed, or bottoming. So just to get some thoughts : How likely do you think any of these mines will likely get into production, and any idea on when? Is anything in the pipeline to bring in significant buyers. Do you know what caused the price spike in 2016? The share price Shot up from 0.1, to a spike high of 3.6, in a year, according to my charts on IG Index. That's a 3600% gain in 12 months. None too shabby - do you know why? I appreciate my calculations are very crude, but it certainly makes this £7m market cap company look quite interesting.
johncasey
13/7/2020
11:36
Copper price rise making LLCM funding more likely. Investors looking to the future?
sleveen
30/6/2020
13:53
Lolololololololololololol
rediffusion
28/6/2020
11:03
t o s s e r
johncasey
27/6/2020
10:27
Commentary on Sn market: Https://smallcaps.com.au/tin-heading-decade-deficits-technology-demand-outpaces-mine-development/
sleveen
25/6/2020
10:17
25 June 2020 Strategic Minerals plc ("Strategic Minerals" or the "Company") Repayment of New Age Exploration Redmoor Loan Strategic Minerals plc (AIM: SML; USOTC: SMCDY), a producing mineral company actively developing projects prospective for battery materials , announces that it has today repaid New Age Exploration Limited (NAE) a total of AUD 1,822,547.95 (AUD 1,800,000 outstanding loan principal and AUD 22,547.95 of accrued interest). The payment now settles the loan and leaves the Company with no debt. Commenting, John Peters, Managing Director of Strategic Minerals, said: "The repayment of the NAE loan removes overhang issues for the Company and places it in a comfortable position from which to pursue potential joint venture partners for the commencement of production at its Leigh Creek Copper Mine project and to progress the Redmoor Project. "
johncasey
22/6/2020
16:57
Is that new news ?
richsmithsmith
22/6/2020
16:07
How do you read this? 2 June 2020 Strategic Minerals plc ("Strategic Minerals" or the "Company") Major Cobre Client Update Strategic Minerals plc (AIM: SML; USOTC: SMCDY), a producing mineral company actively developing projects prospective for battery materials, announces that following the filing of a legal claim against the former Cobre client in court in the USA, CV Investments LLC ("CV Investments" or "Client") has been named as the major client whom the Company's wholly owned subsidiary, Southern Minerals Group ("SMG"), was recently awarded US$21,929,259 in damages and costs, exclusive of additional interest. Key developments with this Client detailed as below:- In April 2017, negotiations commenced with CV Investments, through its principal, Brenda Smith. In line with any such contract, a cash deposit of US $0.25m was made with CV Investment's lawyer. From July 2017 until February 2018, a total of 38,455 tons of magnetite was collected by CV Investments from the Cobre stockpile site and SMG received US $3.075m (including $0.1m applied from the lawyer's deposit). When shipments ceased in March 2018, the Company entered into negotiations with CV Investments to receive quarterly top up deposit payments of US $0.375m per quarter to be held by SMG. The first two of these payments, covering the June and September 2018 quarters (US $0.75m), were received and the balance of deposit funds, US $0.15m, was released, Despite repeated enquiries and a series of promises from the Client, no further payments were made and ultimately a breach notice was provided as required by our contract. At the time of preparing the breach notice, SMG became aware that the assets of CV Investments had been frozen by the US Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") and that Brenda Smith had been charged for running a Ponzi scheme in relation to her mutual funds operations. Throughout the process, SMG and the board of Strategic Minerals have undertaken their fiduciary duties and acted in the best interests of shareholders to maximise the residual value of the contract. Accordingly, it has kept the market informed to the extent permitted by its legal advice. It is noted that, while the Company has not been able to disclose the contract counterparty, it has cautioned the market on what assets, if any, would be capable of being recouped from the Client. Even now there is no clarity on the amount or timing SMG may expect associated with the SEC's request for the appointment of a receiver Commenting, John Peters, Managing Director of Strategic Minerals, said: "CV Investments has caused the Company considerable angst but has also contributed meaningful funds. While the Board has been restrained until now in naming the counterparty, it should be noted that they have full confidence in the value of the Company and have continued to invest in the Company's shares throughout this period."
swiss paul
21/6/2020
12:53
"They won't get a penny in arbitration"Of course listen to the faceless troll instead of the courts. PMSL.
cl0ckw0rk0range
21/6/2020
12:49
Well hello there.
cl0ckw0rk0range
20/6/2020
07:52
Copper climbs to fifth straight weekly gain; BofA sees rising to $6,500/ton Jun. 19, 2020 1:49 PM ET|About: Copper Futures (HG1:COM)|By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor Copper (HG1:COM) scored a fifth consecutive weekly gain, as inventories fell while demand improved in top consumer China. Benchmark London copper climbed 0.5% at $5,835/ton for a gain of nearly 1% this week, a third above its March lows and edging closer to January's pre-COVID high of $6,343/ton. Copper could rise another 10% to $6,500/ton, as governments keep increasing fiscal stimulus to stem economic damage caused by coronavirus shutdowns, Bank of America analysts say. "While a host of risks persist, including a second wave of infections, we remain constructive copper into year-end and see scope for the red metal to rise to $6,500/ton ($2.95/lb)," BofA writes.
sleveen
20/6/2020
00:43
disagree.. good ASSETS and arbitration could be a nice bonus
johncasey
19/6/2020
18:46
Utter junk. They won't get a penny in arbitration.
rediffusion
11/6/2020
09:17
Added to header.
sleveen
10/6/2020
19:32
Not sure if this has been posted here but appeared on my Twitter feed tonight, interview conducted on Friday by VSA Capital, suggests SML is materially undervalued. HTTps://soundcloud.com/user-596578261/vsa-capital-podcast-episode-34-john-peters-md-of-strategic-minerals
johncasey
10/6/2020
15:43
#SML - at Redmoor has one of the largest underground undeveloped tin tungsten projects in the world. So it's nice to see the price of Tin surging. Quote Tweet Hallgarten & Company @hallgartenco · 23h Surging #Tin breaks through USD$17,000 mark. Next stop is breeching the Jan 20th high for the year of $17,762.
johncasey
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