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
  -0.50 -0.48% 103.50 102.00 105.00 104.00 103.50 104.00 126,143 16:22:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 442.8 137.5 27.8 3.3 310

Tharisa Share Discussion Threads

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04/4/2022
20:20
thanks Tiger, two questions if you read this, why do you prefer SLP to THS when it has half the ounces and none of the great THS investment growth potential from Vulcan to Karo. Second AEP looks good but is responsible for a lot of forest destruction to grow palms for oil, which is a bit of a bother to the planet, does this bother you - I know miners aren’t perfect but they don’t eradicate the vast expanses that Palm oil does? Assuage my conscience…
sotolo
04/4/2022
12:12
Many thanks!
the count of monte_cristo
04/4/2022
11:23
The divi is hugely well covered 4+ times. So 5.08 is very conservative and may well be bettered.
eggbaconandbubble
04/4/2022
10:43
Stockopedia has it forecasted at 5.08%
scubadiverr
04/4/2022
10:26
Thanks, any idea what the divi rate is?
the count of monte_cristo
04/4/2022
09:54
Is the divi really around 10%? hTTps://www.dividendmax.com/south-africa/johannesburg-stock-exchange/unknown/tharisa-plc/dividends
the count of monte_cristo
01/4/2022
09:40
Hi Sotolo! (Mostly off topic, in answer to your post on JRS) No, I still have some THS shares (I have taken some profit, though). I remain optimistic about medium / long term prospects here, and I think Karo is a decent expansion project. (Zimbabwe country risk doesn't worry me all that much as a long term holder of Zim gold miner CMCL). As for PGMs, I've been increasing my SLP holding recently as well. That really is grossly undervalued at the moment. On Russian shares, the risks are huge and I've tried to point out a few of them to PIs. A fool's errand, I know. I think POLY survives because of its Kazakhstan mines. At 100p it was a buy and I bought. At 300p risk outweighs reward for me. POG will probably go bust. JRS I bought at 100p and I've sold at 135p. At any moment it could be wound up or its assets seized, so it's not a share you want to hold onto for long! I'm mostly out of gold. I've been concentrating on UK/European oil and gas plays (SQZ, KIST) and food/ fertiliser stocks (I'd suggest having a look at AEP). All told, a little knowledge of Russia and Ukraine has been an enormous help over the last four months, which have proved even better than my "golden run" in 2020. Finally, something completely different. Here's a friend of mine playing a badly tuned piano outside Lviv railway station to a crowd of refugees... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2RGIB5HeprA Slava could have been President in place of Zelinsky - but he couldn't be persuaded to run. (66% of people said they would vote for him). Great guy. But then Zelensky has proved himself a great leader, so maybe it's for the best. Oh, and here's the actual President of Ukraine playing the piano... www.youtube.com/watch?v=oua0Puihrkc Enjoy!
tigerbythetail
01/4/2022
08:30
was shocked this board was empty, great deal, more investment but in 2 yrs time.....wow
martinfrench
31/3/2022
21:39
The presentation today must have gone down well.....But very quiet here.
deadly
30/3/2022
09:12
Rhodium price continuing to creep back up (JMAT $19.4k). I much prefer it to be in the $20k's region :)
haywards26
29/3/2022
10:34
Rhodium price creeping back up again (JMAT $19k). Must be due a share price rise...
haywards26
29/3/2022
10:16
End of tax year sells coupled with weaker commodity prices I reckon
basem1
29/3/2022
09:47
Could not see anything obvious, so took the opportunity to top up this morning.
tonytyke2
29/3/2022
09:33
Why the 7% drop this morning?
deadly
28/3/2022
16:34
Our ppm basket is off about 13% but Chromium remains up. Anyone know roughly what proportion of profits come from PPM’s and what from Chromium at these kind of prices?
sotolo
21/3/2022
19:03
np egg, and i think the future capex will be ongoing for a few years, building their own smelter which was mentioned (not heard anymore about it) will i think save 15% fees per year that they pay, karo will be open pit once they get control, and that will cost money, but quite soon past projects should catch up and can certainly pay more. Not sure how much the smelter will cost but in the 10's of millions (and maybe they can smelt SLP's pgms too for a fee :-) if your on the lse chat group, tharisa admin do read it so you could ask them outright about the smelter.
martinfrench
21/3/2022
15:26
Martin, thank you!
eggbaconandbubble
21/3/2022
14:28
egg, its generally the future capex required as they expand quite a lot, smelters, karo etc also taking over of the BEE holding will allow greater divs, if they pay that is.....
martinfrench
21/3/2022
13:53
Why is this company so stingy with the divis? Stockopedia shows them as consistently having a dividend cover of 5 year on year for the past five. Seems a bit excessive to me, especially as they have bucket loads of cash and a very healthy (negative) net debt. 100 'Stock Rank by Stockopia to boot which is possibly one of a handful out of the whole market. I've started to do some serious homework on THS. so any links, info, references etc.etc would be much welcome. anks in advance!
eggbaconandbubble
17/3/2022
20:30
Finally got mine, cheaper to reinvest today but split between here and Centamin after their heavy fall on expected results yesterday
sotolo
17/3/2022
10:01
I was paid yesterday
mfhmfh
17/3/2022
08:37
Hi @Sotolo ... the dividend payment was credited to my brokerage account this morning. Very welcome, too!
saltraider
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