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TYM Tertiary Minerals Plc

0.00 (0.0%)
07 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tertiary Minerals Plc LSE:TYM London Ordinary Share GB0008854563 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.12 4,525,120 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.115 0.125 0.12 0.12 0.12
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Misc Nonmtl Minrls, Ex Fuels 171k -1.18M -0.0006 -2.00 2.53M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:25:37 O 681,432 0.1174 GBX

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Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2023-12-07 16:25:390.12681,432800.00O
2023-12-07 16:09:140.12516,625606.00O
2023-12-07 15:34:370.12235,702288.50O
2023-12-07 14:59:430.12876,2591,027.85O
2023-12-07 14:13:490.12890,0001,046.64O

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Posted at 07/12/2023 08:20 by Tertiary Minerals Daily Update
Tertiary Minerals Plc is listed in the Misc Nonmtl Minrls, Ex Fuels sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TYM. The last closing price for Tertiary Minerals was 0.12p.
Tertiary Minerals currently has 2,106,085,049 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Tertiary Minerals is £2,527,302.
Tertiary Minerals has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -2.00.
This morning TYM shares opened at 0.12p
Posted at 30/11/2023 07:46 by the count of monte_cristo
Benchmark28 Nov '23 - 10:14 - 447

To answer your question, yes my family would be very happy to know that I am making a profit here in TYM.

Sorry to tell you but not everyone who posts on here has made such a massive loss as you have done. Some are making money. Why should we listen to someone who has lost money here, failed with their investment and now spends their time complaining about the management?

In fact, why listen to anyone, just make up your own opinions and then judge your self based on these decisions - if they fail then take responsibility.
Posted at 28/11/2023 10:14 by benchmark
On the other hand, would your family be proud of you if they knew the amount of money that you have wasted - money which could have been better spent on them?

It's a sad reflection on some posters here (and on the SRES board) that anyone who urges caution or encourages people to objectively analyse a stock is immediately labelled as "bitter", a "deramper" or as holding some kind of grudge. Believe it or not, there actually ARE some of us who genuinely try to warn "gambler-investors" about companies that have never delivered and are highly unlikely to deliver anything in the future. One can always find an exception to the rule and pick out some minnow stock that got lucky and had a massive increase in share price. But exceptions just prove the rule - beware of such analogies.
Posted at 01/11/2023 08:42 by theaviator
What's your gripe here?! Bought in on the 3p spike several years back and got stuck or what? I made a lot of money in that spike here in fact only one posting on TYM lse board at the time!! Fact is TYM will eventually go places with or without your permission! My history on bbs is proven. I do my best to call the BS and stay level. Also to truly help folk. Old school and not many of us left sadly!
Posted at 01/11/2023 07:26 by janestone
Got to say that I expected a placing at some point as tym were running on fumes. But now that it's been done then I expect that all those sitting on the sidelines and waiting for it to happen will buy in. I expect the share price to firm up in the next couple of weeks.
Posted at 18/10/2023 13:07 by theaviator
Not with the monies it'll cost and relative share price Sres is valued less than the price of a suburban London flat. Billions in ground and will net 1-3mil pa. In talks with five majors and one deal rejected. Tick tock!
Posted at 07/10/2023 09:29 by theaviator
I disagree. I genuinely think Patrick means business here now and TYM will go on to do great things. The man sold Dragon back in the day for 50million he is not daft and knows what he has with these African projects. Konkola West my fav. Just like I told folk to buy Kodal at .08 my opinion is TYM is a strong buy!
Posted at 27/9/2023 01:31 by the count of monte_cristo
I disagree with the below, and think we will see multiple JV's across the Zambian licenses. KoBold look the most likely for the Konkola West project, while ARCM or Anglo would look more suitable for the Mukai project. That would make more sense!

Tertiary Minerals
TYM and Arc Minerals are perhaps best to be treated as an investment pair. Though very different in size and prospects, both are hunting for copper in Zambia.

ARCM’s JV with Anglo-American may soon yield investor fruit. Meanwhile, TYM today announced a detailed, non-binding term sheet for an earn-in and JV with a ‘well-resourced mineral exploration and mining company’ third party, worth up to $6 million to explore the Konkola West Project. While this project is 250km from ARCM’s claims, given that TYM also has an economic interest in the Mukai project close to the ARCM claims, a betting man would name Anglo as the partner.
Posted at 26/9/2023 12:21 by benchmark
TheFlyingFool wrote "A lovely 37% made yesterday." How could anyone - even The Fool himself - believe this? Take a look at the base share price over the last few weeks and the highest it reached yesterday. Then take into account a) the bid/offer spread (around 8%)and b) commission costs. 37% profit credible? Contract notes?

Interestingly, TheFool often slyly suggests that he is out of a share (be it SRES or TYM) when it is in decline and in the share when there is a bit of "good" news and it is rising. I know another narcissist like this years ago - economical with the truth to paint himself in a good light.

Hands up those who believe TheFlyingFool is credible?

Before anyone throws good money after bad or is a newcomer and thinks either TYM or SRES is a good bet, you would do well to look at the number of shares in issue in the case of each company - BILLIONS in each case. Work out on a spreadsheet how massive an asset either company would need to find and bring into production for sale just to lift the share price of these minnows even a tiny fraction.

Beware - TheFool uses chicanery and deception to feed the pipe dreams of others.
Posted at 11/9/2023 14:04 by the skipper
Having just come across this article: I am now pretty convinced that Anglo American are now talking turkey with TYM. Just go to slide 11 of TYM’s presentation if you need further convincing:

Other Zambian licenses held by TYM are also in areas which have now become pretty hot to trot given the resurgence of the Zambian mining industry which is now taking place under the new regime.
Posted at 31/7/2023 15:01 by benchmark
Yes - everyone on the TYM board is now aware that Theaviator is an out-an-out ramper. He/she is also an admitted gambler - note the phrase in post 163 "..but I like the risk...". Gamblers get a buzz from the risk, shrewd investors attempt to minimise risk. Risk can't be eliminated but it can be reduced to tolerable levels. And there are tools available for risk minimisation if one cares to use them.

Read apfindley's incisive post (157) and then compare it with the rubbish spouted by Theaviator.

Unless you enjoy burning your hard-earned cash, stay well away from TYM and its likes. Penny stocks are worth pennies for good reasons and in the case of TYM and its sister company SRES the shares are worth only small fractions of pennies. And the reasons that they are worth less than a penny a share include absolutely enormous share issues, multiple failed projects, lack of focus, unfulfilled promises and endless rounds of fundraising resulting in progressive dilution of asset value per share. And in the case of these 2 ridiculous companies, their assets are absolutely trivial. If regulators were doing their job, both companies should be struck off and PC prohibited from holding any directorships or executive positions for a period of at least 10 years.
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