Tertiary Minerals Plc

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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% 0.13 1,185,049 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.125 0.135 0.13 0.13 0.13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining & Extracting Div'e 0.17 -1.18 -0.10 - 2.58
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:47:32 O 1,165,155 0.129 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
23/5/202316:18TYM - A Future Major Fluorspar Producer In Europe.4,578
20/4/202213:25Tertiary Minerals - Copper/Silver/Gold 146
22/1/202101:19Tertiary Minerals,Tantalum Drilling Results "WOW".48
11/2/201508:26Tertiary Minerals: Charts & Fundamentals3,679
04/2/201319:19THE NEXT TEN BAGGER !14

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Posted at 25/4/2023 11:59 by theaviator
Or people who time things a little better eh. I did v nicely here several years ago on its ride up to 3p. Tym will go places again, with or without your permission.
Posted at 24/4/2023 13:17 by mick1909
Higher lows higher highs all is good at the moment with tym
Posted at 15/4/2023 09:05 by benchmark
Count of Monte Cristo - you are a bit loose with your use of the English language. To use the word "invest" in relation to TYM is laughable - "gamble" is the appropriate verb in this case. "Invest" and "gamble" do not mean the same thing and anyone with even a layman's knowledge of the laws of probability realises this.

One thing that this thread has, in common with many other penny-share boards, is that anyone who is critical of a company or cautious or entirely negative about its prospects is immediately castigated as being a "moaner", "bitter", a "deramper" or as one who has some twisted grudge against the world in general. This is so pathetically immature but pretty typical of the gambler's innate character that will not allow rational argument to interrupt their overly optimistic daydreams of what they are convinced will be a bonanza. Grand National is on today - there will be lots betting on the 100/1 outsiders. These are gamblers, not investors.

Posted at 13/4/2023 14:19 by the count of monte_cristo
Just takes one drill to completely alter the story. Yeah, the past decade has been awful for anyone following the company, but Zambia is a true "big game" copper country and TYM have licenses contiguous to some of Africa's largest copper mines. At a market cap of 3m, the downside would seem to be limited at this point, however at a market cap of just 9m GBP one stands to make a return of 200% here. Now, taking into consideration what happened during the 2009 bull run in commodities and small caps and added to that the change in the way copper is now seen as a fundamental piece of the worlds energy transition, the potential for outsized returns on speculation seem compelling.

Just my opinion, and I respect that the management have not covered themselves in glory, but at least they are still going as many companies have folded and shareholders lost everything.

Posted at 07/4/2023 12:07 by benchmark
The Count of M_C - its a lot more than that in this case. Just look at the history of TYM and its sister company SRES - both effectively run by Patrick Cheetham. Numerous "projects" over the years ... preliminary exploration and then abandonment. From tantulam in Saudi to flourspar in Sweden ... and the list goes on. Of course a company (or person) may meet hitches and failures. Its just the scale of it in the case of TYM. And each "project" involves issue of new equity to provide funding as the company limps along. So, with 1.8 billion shares in issue, it would now take a huge find to add anything significant to the share price. No one has produced a counter argument ... the dream of a "10 bagger" dulls the logical mind.
Posted at 05/4/2023 15:52 by jackjackpaul
DYOR as there's a clear risk attached to TYM (historical under performance) but on the face of it looking forwards and not backwards progress is maybe starting to happen and as you say a x20 is quite possible here. The fact that Sanderson Capital has been upping its holding in TYM has also attracted my interest. People on here have been talking about 8p a share if this all pans out. They could well be right. That would be a massive gain from here.....

Good luck, Brighty

Posted at 05/4/2023 15:01 by jackjackpaul
UFO back in 2020 run from 0.08p all the way to 3p on very little material news apart from a silver run & just after a small £275k placing.

#TYM just raised £300k & the chart setup here is uncannily similar to that of #UFO before it’s big breakout, with a period of years basing

Posted at 05/4/2023 14:07 by jackjackpaul
TYM at 1.8 billon shares in issue to achieve 0.30p which is 100% from here gives a MCap of just over £5M. This is easily achievable when it's 50Mt adjacent Cu producers are worth $15 billion...

Moreover, Bill Gates connected $150M investment confirmed in a Zambian license which certainly adds to the prosperity of the region

Posted at 22/12/2022 23:41 by enfranglais
Cheatthem is panicking now as to how the Board are going to pay next years care home fees!!!!!!! If the share price goes any lower, we will be expecting billions of shares to be issued just to cover care home fees & soil sampling using tea spoons!!!!!!!!!!

Posted at 15/9/2022 09:42 by billthebank
I have no time for value destroyers.I have DD on filter as he basically stalks the boards looking for shares that are rising fast and spouts on about how the share is rubbish and says he will short the share. I put him on filter as never posts a reasoned argument. For anything.He is generally foul mouthed and ADVFN is a lot more peaceful for me without reading his posts.

As for TYM

Could there be a placing? YES
Are they now in partnership with a billion pound valued company? YES

Could the share price drop Hmmm possibly but nothing goes up in a straight line

Could the share price rise to 0.3 Hmmm yup also possible.

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