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Two Shields Investments Plc LSE:TSI London Ordinary Share GB00BYQ5L258 ORD 0.1P
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  +0.00p +0.00% 0.095p 10,594,406 08:00:00
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Mining 0.00 -0.77 3.2

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25/5/2019
09:20
Two Shields Investments Daily Update: Two Shields Investments Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TSI. The last closing price for Two Shields Investments was 0.10p.
Two Shields Investments Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.09p and a 12 week average price of 0.08p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.37p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.07p.
There are currently 3,361,596,558 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,573,403 shares. The market capitalisation of Two Shields Investments Plc is £3,193,516.73.
09/2/2019
08:05
aidenabettin: Mali assets moved to Birimian(ASX:BGS)?.Unlike KOD, BGS have not applied for any new licences according to the Mali mines website.It would double the size of BGS and would explain why TSI have been witholding results and giving out false(low) assay results imo if a deal was being done..That way the Chinese still have control of the lithium assets in Mali and if Weshop are linked to Alibaba through the Mail.ru link then it all comes together quite well but without TSI realising the full value of the resource. That can be recovered though if an RTO with WESHOP was in the €100M+ region with assets still held to be sold albeit at knockdown prices including IGS(30%) Brandshield(9.2%) KKME(22%).Earlier reports said the Mali and Niger lithium assets would be equal to or greater than KOD and BGS combined. Lets see how they get around that.Hopefully the moving on of non e-commerce assets will not end up with more manufactured fiascos similar to the ABM event which has been pathetic to say the least(TSI share bought @ 3p and raising @0.5p 6 months later and to very close mates).So although the WESHOP RTO would bring value the offloading(giving away) of superb assets may just be hard to swallow..Shareprice doesnt need any news for a rebound if the organised(institutional) shorters continue to leave.The only way is up barring any skeletons being found in the Weshop cupboard
31/10/2018
07:25
aidenabettin: Its to approve issue of warrants not for cash raise.just stalling for time to get deals sorted.Only require 14 days notice for GM not 21 as required by AGM. Its all linked to Mali 3 into 1 deal and why they are witholding known assay results from Mali and Niger.Absolutly no way Charlie Wood can survive this level of share price manipulation and witholding of news.He will be gone if not already
10/10/2018
12:13
algernon2: As a holder here I am hoping aidenabettin that you are indeed an idiot-savant and that the savant bit turns out to be the dominant part of the equation. If not then this constant downward bleed of the share price is worrisome! "..a person who is extremely unworldly but displays natural wisdom and insight."
01/10/2018
08:29
hotorcold: I think Weshop is a great investment so I'm pleased we've increased our holding. Lots more news to come now short term. It definitely seems like the placing was completed at a rate worth while to the participants but that's good for us as the share price is now underpinned at this level.
15/9/2018
10:07
aidenabettin: oKalahari Keyis a special purpose company set up by an experienced team of explorers to search for base metals and PGMs in Botswana.oTSI invested $180,000 for 22.2% with an option to increase to 33.3% at the same share price .oExcellent pre-IPO Ni-Cu-PGM opportunity in a stable African country.oThe project is located on a large, layered ultrabasic-basic intrusion with an area of more than 13,000 km2.oIt is related to the Bushveld Complex of South Africa, an important world-class source of PGMs.oDetailed helicopter-borne geophysics program to begin insummer 2018 and then drill program to follow.
13/9/2018
09:17
patientcapital: You almost seem to believe what you write. There is just one basic flaw. Evidence and proof. People can speculate all they like but the share price is indicating otherwise. How do you know tsi has even seen sight of the assays? Without being inside you have no idea. Neither do I for that matter. After all your hyping they’d better make an impact.
07/9/2018
07:56
patientcapital: Three way deal, it seems, is not currently on the table contrary to speculation here and elsewhere. It looks like KOD are in a hurry to get producing asap for a lot less capital cost than BGS.Report from KOD AGM curtesy of an LSE poster:"Thu 23:12 Price: 0.17I3LiP 179 postsRE: AGMFirstly I'd like to say it was a pleasure meeting you Ned and RayG. GFD - we got seperated when the barriers wouldn't accept my ticket so didn't get to say farewells but it was likewise a pleasure meeting you too. I hope you got to your train on time.Secondly it's been a long day and a lot has occured so forgive me if it's brief but the discussions that went on at the AGM were (a little heated at times) but very encouraging. The formalities and the resolutions were done and dusted quickly and then Bernard gave his presentation, which I'm sure you've all seen by now.The turnout was quite small. There were us four from here, a couple of others who mentioned they lurk (nice to meet you fellows too) and one or two other PIs. Less than a dozen of us in all. All the board were there and some reps from St Brides also. And yes, there were a couple of representatives for the Chinese there. The director of SC and someone from Shadong Ruifu iirc (but don't quote me on this). It was definitely worth the trip down to meet them, and I had a good chat with Qingtao who seems like a reasonable, switched on fellow.As to questions asked I will be brief and let the other guys elaborate and speculate but;The placing at .13 was explained as being necessary to budget for the exploration activities through to the end of the year. Paying contractors and so forth and that without that we would be pretty hard up and looking for cash at this point.There's been no formal talks with Birimian. We were told they are doing their thing, and we're doing ours. Despite Bernards friendly relations with them business to business we were told we have nothing to do with them. They acknowledged the economic sense of combining the two but there is nothing planned in that regard.The Chinese don't want to take us over. Qingtao actually got up to address this and told us point blank that they're not interested in buying the company, they just want the spodumene. He also mentioned that they hadn't sold a single share.Yes the share price sucks, everyone thinks we're undervalued but no-one really knows why the market isn't responding at this point. Possibly due to still being in an early stage. They maintain that the best way to provide this value is to advance the project.Too early to say how they're going to finance the project. SC is keen to assist but also possibility of equity / debt when we have a more substantial economic assessment to offer to potential financiers.Coming away from the AGM the sense I personally got was that all the big plans and conspiracies that are thrown around on here are just noise. Kodal is a plain, straight talking company that's got a decent resource they want to start mining and selling to the Chinese. It really is just that simple. They just want to get on and mine it. There doesn't seem to be the appetite for grand takeovers or conspiracies. They just want to be a simple mining company.Of course this is all just my pers"
04/9/2018
16:14
thelung: Look at your BPC. Perfect example of a ramped share price followed by a placing. ________________ I'll be content with a placing at multiples of current share price if that's what you're alluding to?
04/9/2018
16:00
patientcapital: So, there isn't a placing coming, is that your view? They had just £500k last time. Can't drill much with that especially if it is frittered away on risky tech investments. They need cash like most others on Aim. Look at your BPC. Perfect example of a ramped share price followed by a placing.
19/6/2018
09:50
howie26: They just need to prove up the lithium at shallow depths and I’m sure the share price will rally as they have confirmed an extension to bgs and Kod. Niger looks very positive....remember when Kod found 2% rock chip samples and they rallied to £35m cap
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