Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tertiary Minerals LSE:TYM London Ordinary Share GB0008854563 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.45p 1.40p 1.50p - - - 0 06:30:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.2 -0.4 -0.1 - 5.21

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19/2/201813:36TYM - A Future Major Fluorspar Producer In Europe.2,514
11/2/201508:26Tertiary Minerals: Charts & Fundamentals3,679
04/2/201319:19THE NEXT TEN BAGGER !14
17/1/201210:16TYM with Charts & News134
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Tertiary Minerals Daily Update: Tertiary Minerals is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TYM. The last closing price for Tertiary Minerals was 1.48p.
Tertiary Minerals has a 4 week average price of 1.43p and a 12 week average price of 0.58p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.13p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.45p.
There are currently 359,106,157 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,624,203 shares. The market capitalisation of Tertiary Minerals is £5,207,039.28.
shakeypremis: I bought in here several weeks ago with a small stake after some fairly extensive research. For me it was always a bit of a punt, basically hoping for a mining license and then a buyout (or JV as TYM have no money and couldn't realistically raise enough money at the current MCAP to fund a mine). The MOU changes things a lot, BUT, as you all say, contingent on TYM getting a mining license. Nevada might actually be a better place to get this company going and producing. I hear licenses are more easily granted in the US. The MOU came out of the blue and this was ramped to high heaven by the Bridlington Pekingese (BurmesePython) who despite posting many hundreds of times seems to know very little about the company and its history. I don't really know what he is up, quite possibly spiked and trying in vein to get the share price back above his buy in level. Idiot. That said I am very grateful for the incessant ramping on Friday as it allowed me to exit with a 300% profit in just a few weeks having bought in at 0.7p and sold on Friday at 2.81p. The LSE board is basically unusable now due to BP and his other accounts and perhaps a few other rampers. I may look to enter here again, as a punt and see what happens. Definitely at a lower level though.
tyranosaurus: How much is this pointless exercise going to cost ? They are basically saying that they want to have more rights issues. If they had got off their butts and done something in the past 10 years the share price wouldn`t be under 1p in the first place. I was waiting to sell my shares at 1p but no chance of that now.
benchmark: Patrick Cheetham is really doing a superb job at bringing TYM's share price down and now closer to that of SRES than ever before. Then he will be able to re-integrate the two companies seamlessly. Back to where we started - except a lot poorer, massive dilution, an abysmally low share price and a now worthless reputation. Could you have made a bigger mess of it Patrick?
tyranosaurus: Back through the 1p barrier. The slow decline in the share price is about to continue.
wisteria2: Considering that the total share issue is approx 267 million, then if a placing is done not a problem if in conjunction with a farm in partner. In the USA the noble Mr D Trump is about to take the reins, and as reported is going to slap some tax on imports from China, China being the biggest exporter of fluorspar just might give this little company the kick up the share price that it needs!!!! GLA Long term holders......
broken_arrow1: Placing coming here for sure. See they are presenting at Proactive on 12th January, last time they were there the share price was 4p+ They placed stock one month later @ 2.65p Will they get one away at .75p this time I wonder???
benchmark: After all these years I have finally figured it out. Patrick Cheetham is working his socks off in an attempt to bring TYM's share price below that of Sunrise. He may very well succeed.
mikkydhu: ntp, serious. The share price has fallen. The question is why? I would attribute it largely to the lousy commodity situation and the reaction of shareholders to it. Those who invest in companies that are still exploring mineral deposits and developing mines surely know that this is a lengthy business. Those who are not prepared to wait, sell, especially in the current commodity climate, with the unavoidable consequences to the share price To achieve a mining permit all sorts of obstacles must be overcome, especially environmental ones and those associated with the rights of indigenous peoples. So I say "well done". Whether this will make any Benchmark asks... in the short term hard to say. But it might be relevant to a potential partner contemplating a joint venture in mine development. If things do now move forward faster, it is possible that the mine would come into production just as the commodity cycle entered an upswing. Just possible.
the888account: True Benchmark - but we all know what a few buys do the TYM share price.....
benchmark: philfromfrace - it sounds as if you don't believe in diversification! The behaviour of the TYM share price over the last few weeks should make people wary. These good results have been already factored into the share price. The market reckons a price < 10p is fair value at the moment. As I, and other, have said before on this thread, it may take a lot more than a proven resource to trigger a sustained price rise. And there is no certainty at all about a JV. It is salutory to look at the case of Kenmare Resouces (KMR) where, more than 10 years ago they discovered and developed a world-class titanium mine in Mozambique. Great hopes for a bonanza - but the share price has fallen from a high of over 65p in 2007/8 to just 18p today. The majors have ways of squeezing the minnows when it suits them and there is a long journey between discovering a resource and bringing it into production. I am not selling a message of doom and gloom - I am simply urging some caution to those who might be persuaded to put their shirt on this company.
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