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TM1 Technology Minerals Plc

-0.075 (-10.00%)
15 Apr 2024 - Closed
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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
  -0.075 -10.00% 0.675 15,927,001 12:12:36
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.65 0.70 0.725 0.675 0.725
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Miscellaneous Metal Ores,nec USD 47k USD -3.91M USD -0.0026 -2.58 10.14M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:25 O 14,214 0.70 GBX

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Posted at 15/4/2024 09:20 by Technology Minerals Daily Update
Technology Minerals Plc is listed in the Miscellaneous Metal Ores,nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TM1. The last closing price for Technology Minerals was 0.75p.
Technology Minerals currently has 1,513,709,895 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Technology Minerals is £10,141,856.
Technology Minerals has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -2.58.
This morning TM1 shares opened at 0.73p
Posted at 18/3/2024 19:26 by researchguru1

A Prolonged Bull Case

Whoknowswhy, if the stock market was the perfect arbiter of value, then anomalies such as the soon-to-be Recyclus Group (TM1) just wouldn’t occur.

The reality is, the stock market is often wrong, and sometimes very wrong. The reasons can be many. But human psychology and poorly informed participants are often the causes.

This is not always a bad thing as it creates substantial opportunities for the astute investor.

So, what’s the compelling story here?

Recyclus is the UK's first, industrial-scale lithium-ion battery recycler leveraging next-generation recycling technologies. Targeting a £5bn global opportunity, the company is making significant progress on several fronts as it continues to benefit significantly from its ‘first mover advantage’ position:

• Industry-renowned and highly accomplished Chemical Engineer, Anwar Sattar (PhD), appointed Scientific Director for the company – January 2024.

• £5.0 million bond facility secured with CLG Capital LLC – January 2024

• A significant commercial agreement with Servicesure Autocentres (600 independent auto centres in the UK) to recycle their waste Li-on batteries – February 2024

• Teams up with the UK Government to explore commercial opportunities for both its Li-ion recycling plant and its award-winning mobile solution in India, the world’s most populous country (1.4bn) – March 2024.

• A significant commercial agreement with Beryl (300,000 e-bike and e-scooter users) to recycle their waste Li-on batteries – March 2024

And further anticipated milestones include the following:

• Proposed RTO transaction expected to be completed in early April 2024. The Company's name will change to Recyclus Group PLC. Prospectus for shareholder approval to be circulated imminently.

• Game-changing update on the company’s application for a TFS (Transfrontier Shipment of Waste) licence to export Black Mass (contains battery minerals such as lithium, manganese, nickel, and cobalt that can be reprocessed and sold back into the battery supply chain) which is a potentially significant revenue stream for the company. And on this point, the company has built a significant inventory to boot.

• Commercial activity is expected to commence at the company’s lead acid battery recycling plant in Tipton in March/April 2024.

• Game-changing update on its partnership with the UK Government on potential opportunities in India. Any commercial agreement in India, for mobile phones, will potentially advance the company’s market cap considerably.

• A progress update at its Leinster Lithium Project.

• Further significant commercial agreements.

Thus, despite its huge potential, TM1’s market cap stands at a mere £16 million, representing a glaring undervaluation in the market.


Posted at 28/2/2024 12:50 by 21ant
Well #SBTX borrowed from the same sharks and today have decided to get out and look elsewhere. Maybe Tech Minerals need to do the same. In both cases they have destroyed the share price.

The Board of SkinBioTherapeutics has today provided formal notice to CLG Capital LLC (CLG) (and by proxy Macquarie) that it will not utilise the reminder of the £5m Facility. The Board is in negotiations with the noteholders to discuss timing and rate of conversion and subsequent selling of stock.
Posted at 08/1/2024 13:17 by jaknife
Today's RNS is an announcement of death spiral funding combined with a re-pricing of the warrants to a strike of 1.2p:
Posted at 16/11/2023 11:34 by jaknife
1. Cleverly is still there in the background.

2. That the people currently involved were prepared to deal with Cleverly should speak loudly about the current people involved.

3. Have you looked at the last accounts for Recyclus?

Massively loss-making, technically insolvent, lacking substance. All fluffed up with pretty words by various parties ... but the facts tell a different story.

TM1 is a dog and the people involved have a track record of bringing dogs to market.

Posted at 16/11/2023 10:30 by 21ant
Well Tom Winnifreth is slating this company on a daily basis now - I think it’s been in his last 5 bearcasts. Like a dog with a bone trying to get this to zero.
Share price is weak now and the company need to respond to this negativity with good progress and deals. Not to mention getting the reverse takeover sorted
Posted at 07/8/2023 09:29 by arsenal162
To get a fair company valuation, take the earnings (profit) and multiply that by PE ration of 20 (which is reasonable for a growth company), the mcap should be circa £500m. That equates to 20p/share. Even if we went in at a very conservative PE of 10, that's £250m mcap so 10p/share.Bear in mind, this is not factoring in anything for mines, lead-acid not battery boxes. It's not factoring in increasing the throughput of plant 1 for more than 1 shift. It's not factoring in adding more plants. It's not factoring in the mobile units for the future.Again, these are just my figures based on what I've understood from the roast podcast.
Posted at 07/8/2023 09:29 by arsenal162
Just posted this on LSE as I don't think a lot of posters on there really get the financials of the company. Posted here in case anyone want to refer to it or critique it.To help investors/new investors, I've created this post to explain the structure of the company and the potential revenues/profits.Important : this is only my understanding and happy for anyone to point out any errors.First, I believe TM1 is the group holding company which is listed on the main market (not AIM), and there are subsidiary companies for the various other activities like recyclus, Halo boxes, mines etc. Recyclus is 48.5% owned by TM1 and the balance is owned by Robin/Alex and some other people. There was an RNS dated 19th Oct 2022 which details the plans for TM1 to acquire the remainder of Recyclus via issuing another 921m shares. Assuming there are 2500m shares (after the recyclus deal completes), then at 2p/share, this would value the company at £50m (simple maths).There are currently just over 1,500m shares issued for TM1 and with the additional 921m, that will take us to 2,500m (near enough to not worry about). At 2p per share, this would value TM1 at £30m or £50m (post the recyclus deal). I have heard that they are about to start the process to complete the aquisition again shortly - no idea how long that will take.I don't believe any of the above is contentious nor challenged.Next, there are four main activities for TM1: Mining assets. Lithium recycling plant(s). Lead-acid recycling plant(s). Halo boxes (safe transport of lithium batteries).I will only focus on the revenues/profits from the lithium plant. It's known that they are in a ramp-up phase on the lithium plant and that may take another few weeks/couple of months. Frustrating, but it's going well from what they've said so far. It's also known that they will process roughly 8,300 tonnes of feedstock in a year on a single shift of 40 hours/week. The EA permit allows 22,000 tonnes p.a. although this could be varied by applying for a license variation. They want to expand that to multiple shifts (I'm assuming at least 24hrs x 5 days) but that would need the variation. This would allow 25,000 tonnes p.a. (24 x 7 would allow 33,000 tonnes of feedstock).So revenues (figures are from the Roast interview ).Bear in mind that they know the gate-fees are likely to diminish and the disappear in the future, so the plant must be profitable without gate-fees.Gate-fees (feedstock) 8300 tonnes p.a. Price range is £1500/tonne to £4500/tonne. This equate to revenue between £12.5m and £37.4m Assume £2500 as an average of the gate-fee. This equates to £20.8m gate fees.Black mass - 5000 tonnes p.a. Price at IPO was £3500/tonne. Current price is £5000-£6000/tonne. Let's assume an average price of £5500/tonne.£3500/tonne revenue £17.5m £5500/tonne revenue £27.5m.So expected turnover, assuming £2500 average gate-fee/tonne and £5500/tonne black-mass is: £20.8m + £27.5 : roughly £48m.Next is profit (which is the important thing to value companies - PE ratios).The gate-fee should be viewed as pure profit (as it's accepted it won't always be paid). The change in black-mass price from £3500 to £5500 (mid-point) should be viewed as profit. I'll assume an operational 30% profit on the black-mass at £3500/tonne (the 70% will be to cover all the costs of operating the plant, wages, etc.)Gate-fees : £2500/tonne = £20.8m Black-mass price increase : (£5500 - £3500 = £2000/tonne increase) * 5000 tonnes = £10m Black-mass : 5000 tonnes * 3500/tonne * 30% = £5.3m.Potential gross profit of £36m.From this potential profit, I have no idea how much we be invested back into new plants, mines etc. Also, the black-mass price is volatile as it's based on the market process, so it could go down, although they don't see that as a short term issue.Let's be cautious and say we get £25m profit from the plant in a full year.
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.
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.
Technology Minerals share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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