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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sylvania Platinum Limited LSE:SLP London Ordinary Share BMG864081044 CMN SHS USD0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  7.00 5.34% 138.00 136.00 140.00 139.00 131.00 131.50 1,832,230 14:26:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 92.1 45.2 0.0 - 390

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04/3/2021
13:25
Good sign when a stock goes up on an ex div day
scooper72
04/3/2021
07:44
Brace for the share price drop. Ex dividend date today
mr stephens
04/3/2021
07:01
Rhodium $29,200. SLP gross basket now $5150.
mr stephens
04/3/2021
00:19
hTtps://tradingeconomics.com/commodity/rhodium
freddie ferret
03/3/2021
16:25
thanks max - I bought a few o/s ISA when Spreadex/IG stopped taking bets. ISA is already loaded up with SLP.
twirl
03/3/2021
15:57
I'm another who has sold the shares in my trading account in advance of Thursday to avoid the dividend (to make sure I'm under the £2,000 dividend threshold). It's a pity when people are spending time adjusting their holdings for tax reasons rather than investment reasons. Most of the holding is in the Isa though and I'm not selling that!
nk104
03/3/2021
15:50
maxplus2 Precisely, that is the spanner in the works.
freddie ferret
03/3/2021
15:45
Divi is tax free if shares are in ISA
maxplus2
03/3/2021
15:43
What use is Rh for 100% Electric vehicles?
maxplus2
03/3/2021
15:35
Right, Rh up another $500 around the open in the US. It has thus gone up around $5000 from where it was when SLP spiked up around the 18th of Jan. The importance of Rh in catalytic converters is that Rh is the only metal that breaks down the oxides of nitrogen NOx back into nitrogen and oxygen. Increasing controls are coming in in China and other far eastern countries on emmissions of NOx's, some new ones becoming active next year. Pt and Pd are active in cleaning up other emmissions CO and organics but not the NOx's. World demand for Rh is outstripping supply. Only small quantities of Rh are required in each catalytic converter so the price of Rh will have to rise vastly higher than currently to price petrol and diesel cars out of the market ie for them to be more expensive than electric cars. The only spanner in the works would be very substancial reductions in battery prices and increased battery efficiency. At the moment lithium ion batteries are very expensive and very heavy for decent range and performance ie the battery weighs more than the weight of the humans being transported. PS There is quite a lot of slightly misleading information being posted up on this thread atm sort of a soft two faced deramp.
freddie ferret
03/3/2021
15:11
thanks Dr n nick
twirl
03/3/2021
13:56
Payment of the dividend will be made to shareholders on the register at the close of business on 5 March 2021 you mean 3rd March ex dividend 4th March - Friday not relevant
nickwild
03/3/2021
13:55
@twirl. If you sell on Friday, you'll get the dividend. Take a look at this motley fool article. hxxps://www.fool.com/investing/dividends-income/2015/01/14/what-ex-dividend-means-and-why-it-matters.aspx
drradcliffe
03/3/2021
13:40
"Payment of the dividend will be made to shareholders on the register at the close of business on 5 March 2021 and the ex-dividend date is 4 March 2021." So presumably the share price will be reduced by 3.75p on Monday at open - all things being equal? I don't want the divi - for tax reasons - so it would seem I can sell any time Friday and buy back Monday? Not sure of the relevance of 4th March as it would appear that to all intents and purposes 5th March is the date that matters. Would welcome any alternative view.
twirl
03/3/2021
10:12
This is a mixed basket play.
stemis
03/3/2021
08:18
xd tomorrow
jaf111
03/3/2021
08:10
Plat - It's currently Rhodium but agree longer term Platinum, Palladium or Rhodium might be largest Rev earner - perhaps an equal mix? As I understand it Palladium and Rhodium are mostly used in auto catalysts whereas Platinum is about one third auto, one third other industrial and one third jewelry and investment. I'm not sure how the potential growth in fuel cells will alter this but it will take a 5+ years for meaningful adoption of such a new technology with auto batteries now established.
sailing john
03/3/2021
08:08
Is this ex div yet
euromedic
03/3/2021
08:04
Absolutely right Plat
stoodio
03/3/2021
07:59
Those who think this is a Rhodium play need to get out their calculators and learn about weighting leverage.This is a 100% Platinum play, look at the basket weighting. Rh will come off, it's always the first metal to rise in a cycle and the first to fall. You need to look at what happens with Rh at just 2k an ounce with platinum also at 2k an ounce.I think you'll find you'd be even better off.
plat hunter
03/3/2021
00:08
Freddie agree THS up and down over last 5 years as was dependent mainly on Chrome price - now balanced with PGM rev/prices btw you missed THS 2020 eps 12p divi 2.6p - (Tharisa share price 131 currently similar to SLP) Edit - Stemis - spot on - annoying that they thought it was a Platinum play! No research at all!
sailing john
03/3/2021
00:07
Had a bit of a listen to the podcast on #slp and honestly it's not worth it. Poorly researched and, I'm afraid, guilty of one of the great psychological weaknesses of investors...anchoring. Do we know why SLP is now 120p when it was 42p....er, yes. Has Platinum gone up over the period...er, it's not just about platinum, look at the basket they produce. Might investors buy at 120p and then regret it if the share price goes down...er, the same as they would with any stock. Basically the analysis is that the SLP share price has gone up, they don't know why, so they feel they've missed the boat and what goes up, might come down. Thanks for that...lol
stemis
02/3/2021
23:40
How will the supply demand gap close?
freddie ferret
02/3/2021
23:26
Have looked at THS previously. It has high revenue however the profits growth has been chequered to say the least over the last five years, same JLP. It is the relatively lower revenue combined with high and steadily rising profits over the last five years that attract me to SLP. C&P of advfn SLP financials. 30 Jun 2017 (USD) 30 Jun 2018 (USD) 30 Jun 2019 (USD) 30 Jun 2020 (USD) turnover 50.50 100.00% 62.77 100.00% 70.54 100.00% 114.09 100.00% m pre tax profit 13.21 26.15% 16.10 25.65% 24.39 34.58% 55.95 49.04% m attributable profit 8.87 17.57% 10.99 17.51% 18.20 25.81% 41.00 35.93% m retained profit 8.87 17.57% 10.99 17.51% 18.20 25.81% 41.00 35.93% m eps - basic 3.06 - - - eps - diluted 3.02 - - - dividends per share - 0.35 1.00 1.00 C&P of advfn THS financials Sep 2016 (USD) 30 Sep 2017 (USD) 30 Sep 2018 (USD) 30 Sep 2019 (USD) turnover 219.65 100.00% 349.44 100.00% 406.27 100.00% 342.88 100.00% m pre tax profit 21.97 10.00% 90.99 26.04% 64.98 16.00% 11.16 3.25% m attributable profit 13.81 6.29% 57.60 16.48% 48.43 11.92% 10.62 3.10% m retained profit 13.81 6.29% 57.60 16.48% 48.43 11.92% 10.62 3.10% m eps - basic 5.00 22.00 19.00 4.00 eps - diluted 5.00 22.00 18.00 4.00 C&P of advfn JLP financials. 30 Jun 2017 (GBP) 30 Jun 2018 (GBP) 30 Jun 2019 (GBP) 30 Jun 2020 (GBP) turnover 9.81 100.00% 14.14 100.00% 23.59 100.00% 54.77 100.00% m pre tax profit -20.42 -208.27% -2.40 -17.00% 7.95 33.69% 13.73 25.07% m attributable profit -10.57 -107.80% -2.11 -14.96% 6.99 29.65% 18.32 33.45% m retained profit -10.57 -107.80% -2.11 -14.96% 6.99 29.65% 18.32 33.45% m eps - basic (p) -1.07 -0.18 0.48 0.94 eps - diluted (p) -1.07 -0.18 0.47 0.93 Sorry about the quality of the way those tables have reproduced.
freddie ferret
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