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Technology Minerals Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Technology Minerals Plc LSE:TM1 London Ordinary Share GB00BP094P47 ORD GBP0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.35 4,736,783 09:48:53
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.30 2.40 2.35 2.275 2.35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Miscellaneous Metal Ores,nec 0.05 -1.78 - - 28.50
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:44 O 4,180 2.38 GBX

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Posted at 16/5/2023 18:00 by hedgehog 100
There are signs that investor enthusiasm for battery stocks is returning:-

Ilika (IKA) has recently made its first customer shipments of its stacked Stereax® M300 batteries from its UK manufacturing facility.
And it's share price has c. doubled this year, from 24.25p to 48p (market cap. c. £76M.)

11/05/2023 07:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Ilika plc First Customer Shipments of Stereax M300 Batteries LSE:IKA Ilika Plc

And from a 19.4.23 ARA video interview:-
"... The sectors that we're particularly interested in are in energy storage generally, but particularly in battery technologies. ..."

Aura Renewable Acquisitions (ARA) 6p Market cap. £630K. Cash c. £800K.;symbol=L%5EARA.

Posted at 03/5/2023 17:11 by solartech
Yes, fund managers and institutions are not allowed to invest in penny stocks. Many retail investors also find penny stocks repulsive. But potential penny stocks can make one very rich. My 5 cent a share investment in a mining explorer in the Golden Triangle of British Columbia, Canada having big gold and copper reserves returned me CAN$1/2 million for my early retirement in a buyout by a mining producer at CAN$2.45 a share.
Posted at 13/4/2023 16:57 by solartech
Any news on drilling permit in Leinster?

Technology Minerals and Patriot Battery Metals have the same spodumene pegmatite discovery, if TM drill assays will turn out the same as PMET.V, its share price will be at multiple GBP, not at pence.

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Posted at 13/4/2023 16:51 by solartech
Isn't share price at 2.35 GBX (British pence) right now? I am Canadian, 1 GBX = 1.67 Canadian cents.

Posted at 13/4/2023 16:32 by solartech
Any news on drilling permit in Leinster?

Technology Minerals and Patriot Battery Metals have the same spodumene pegmatite discovery, if TM drill assays will turn out the same as PMET.V, its share price will be at multiple GBP, not at GBX.

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Posted at 13/4/2023 13:53 by raleigh43

Very interesting TM1 longer audio. From 8 minutes in. Excellent insights.

Posted at 12/4/2023 10:05 by driver101
Midweek Takeaway featuring Alex Stanbury and Robin Brundle of Technology Minerals (LSE:TM1) 12/04/2023


Posted at 28/3/2023 12:56 by 21ant
Good interview

Posted at 07/3/2023 00:42 by lancejohnson
@JakNife - happy to share more widely. I will email you.

@raleigh43 – it may seem strange that TM holds less than 50% of Recyclus, but this is no accident. By holding less than 50% TM is not liable for the actions of Recyclus. Whatever is happening at Recyclus’s sites must be deemed risky and potentially damaging to TM. The fact that Robbin and Alex control all these companies is precarious.
As for ISO certs these are not indicative of good business in an economic or technological sense. ISO establishes credibility for global standards in quality assurance and manufacturing but this is just an administrative exercise. ISO is a check-box exercise as you would say in the UK. I know of sites where the directors have criminal records and run loss-making business yet they have ISO certification.
I do not think you will see decent income any time soon. When it comes to lead acid they will run a loss making business for reasons explained in my original post. As for lithium ion I do not think they know what they are doing for these batteries either. I heard Alex and Robbin talk about direct recycling which means the cathode is refreshed or regenerated and re-used rather than destroyed and recycled. Direct recycling will never work for a general recycler like TM because you would be taking lithium battery cathode from 5+ year old batteries and attempting to sell it into today’s battery market. It won’t work because batteries from 5 years ago are nothing like today’s batteries, or another way to put it: old lithium battery cathode has been superseded by new chemistry and therefore taking old cathode and directly recycling it into new cathode is pointless.

@theimpatientone – we did due diligence on Alex Stanbury and quite frankly we were surprised. Not in a good way. He’s from one of the richest families in the UK and a member of the upper class. Some of the family businesses are all over the news and let’s just say not for good reasons usually. We were not impressed by the mining and prospecting projects he has supported over the years.

Posted at 06/3/2023 16:23 by raleigh43
Lance thank you for the interesting post.

Yes TM have the minority holding of recyclus but it is 48%+ and the rest has been agreed to be purchased.

What about their mining holdings?

They recently were awarded some ISO certs.

They are very bullish, so good to hear a contrarian view. I hold TM1 and it’s a gamble punt for me.

I did look through the latest accounts (Dec 22) this morning.

I want to see more income asap.

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