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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tharisa Plc LSE:THS London Ordinary Share CY0103562118 ORD USD0.001 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  5.50 4.23% 135.50 133.00 138.00 135.50 133.50 133.50 154,558 10:09:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 279.0 9.1 3.3 47.8 361

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/6/2021
10:37
Light relief.
arcadian
14/6/2021
09:10
Hopefully we have seen the bottom But this is THS we are dealing with Bid is not as under pressure as it has been lately
basem1
11/6/2021
17:46
Stockopedia have a stock rank of 99 out of 100 for THS. Are they nuts or is there hope somewhere?
arcadian
11/6/2021
16:51
looks like you are right.....
ukgeorge
11/6/2021
15:44
they have updated over at LSE land as well, nice of them to do it not that i was particularly worried, glad i topped up
martinfrench
11/6/2021
15:04
sailing john -yes Tharisa advised me that the founding shareholders have not been selling - their CFO advised that there was a sale via South African market by one of the pre listing original shareholders but not a founding shareholder a few months ago so as they provided more info I thought it best to edit my posts - good to see that Tharisa read bullet boards, twitter etc. Seems to me that sellers have been driven by the mistaken belief that a slightly lower Rodium price would impact profits a lot and that is not the case - shareholders seem to miss that Tharisa are heading for 40-60% additional profit compared to last 6 months - based on more throughput at higher average basket price - plus new plant coming online in the near future that should raise margin by another 15%. This is a very well managed company with lots of growth potential, a share price easily 30% below fair value, a mine life that exceeds that of SLP - etc etc -
sipps
11/6/2021
14:46
Not that I am reading a lot into it but quite a nice hammer formation currently today, usually a bullish pattern.
ukgeorge
11/6/2021
11:47
Roll on FIL being out, I guess it will however drag on for a few more months. Longer term the company is investing and has no debt and is throwing off cash at todays metals prices. But roll on a bounce in the share price. At least it is sunny :) (or will be tomorrow)
ukgeorge
11/6/2021
11:15
New presentation available dated 10th June hTTps://www.tharisa.com/pdf/investors/presentation/2021/20210610-ths-avior-summit.pdf Given at Avior Corporate summit so might promote a bit of interest Major shareholders - I see FIL now down to 2.7% all others unchanged And sipps appears to have edited his posts above (adding "not" and removing everything else he said!) as my reply 745 now out of context lol!
sailing john
11/6/2021
10:57
they might need to chuck out a nice special divi sooner or later, would help
martinfrench
11/6/2021
10:53
i remember my early slp days were much like this. fundamentals win out in the end
martinfrench
11/6/2021
10:53
i've just added george so should all be ok now :-)
martinfrench
09/6/2021
19:06
More sells than buys
lennonsalive
09/6/2021
13:39
The longer the PGM prices remain at lofty heights the stronger the share price re-rating will be when it comes. Many of the listed PGM companies are significantly undervalued - I presume due to the market expecting the current raw material pricing levels not to last, risks associated to such companies relating to locations of operations and a misunderstanding of mining related risks etc...
haywards26
09/6/2021
11:57
just buy some more...simples
pedigree_scum
09/6/2021
11:33
6 months of blockbuster profits and the share price is flat, ivesting is a strange game
ukgeorge
04/6/2021
08:47
Thanks Dragon, appreciated.
farnesbarnes
04/6/2021
08:35
It's all down to arbitrage. This causes a situation where there is rarely a big difference between the two.
dragon35
04/6/2021
08:12
Quick q. It is known that there is a big seller here of THS in London. Is that the same of JSE:THA? Why would a big seller in London depress the price in SA? Or vice versa? How can dual listed stock be supressed in both markets, if the seller only owns stock on one market?
farnesbarnes
03/6/2021
18:38
https://app.stockopedia.com/content/why-do-buses-always-come-in-threes-slp-ths-jlp-817949?order=createdAt&sort=desc&mode=threaded Great comparison SLP verses THS verses JLP Tharisa wins... You may need an account with Stockopedia to access....
sipps
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