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Wolf Minerals LSE:WLFE London Ordinary Share AU000000WLF3 ORD NPV (DI)
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Mining 14.59 -44.02 -4.06 15.3

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13/4/201914:42Wolf Minerals - Cornish Tungsten1,727
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bluesnow: The price of Tungsten has held up but the Share Price has dropped back while the company is just as busy in the mine (I live nearby) so is this just investor boredom or something else. I am currently do not own any of these but would like to support a local company.
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pumped and dumped: GF1, When the price of tungsten is higher and that's when Wlfe will get bought out. I expect the share price to carry on rising next week.
ride the wave 1: This is under the radar big time . Wlfe has started a new uptrend and recently created a new higher low on the chart . We should create a new higher high as well very shortly . The time to buy is when the bbs are dead and when no one seems interested . Wlfe are going to be running production at full power in around ten weeks time and the price of tungsten is rising on a daily /weekly basis so Wlfe are very well positioned to take full advantage , considering they will be producing 5% of global Tungsten (25% of western world production) . The biggest shareholder just ploughed in £25m above the current share price so they have enough cash . DYOR Btw , take no notice of the red ticking troll who's following me around (LOL) Ps watch this video it's the manager director talking on proactive investors :-
katie priceless: Share price up Monday
katie priceless: This use to be a nice informative thread until the share price started to fall and then new names started posting who seemed to know each other, then the thread gets filled with childish name calling.
tradermel: If the disconnect between Ore price and Share Price is correct as I think it is (but will put a lower lid on its reachable peak) next week is going to be very interesting. Not entirely sure if the seller has really cleared or whether buys are just pushing the price alone. 1 more week to possible production confirmed with on site testing going exactly as planned.
cestnous: It's clearer in the full I.C. article;I don't hold atm. Wolf at the floor There’s no denying that investor sentiment towards mining stocks is at a low ebb. Prices across a range of bulk mining and industrial metal products have been in retreat, along with earnings forecasts. But the general pullback in valuations has exposed some potentially lucrative long-term mining plays, albeit in some rather niche areas. Take Wolf Minerals (WLFE), a dual-listed speciality metals company that’s well down the road towards initiating production at the Hemerdon tungsten and tin (byproduct) mine on the edge of Dartmoor. The miner is led by a team of highly experienced industry professionals, headed by ex-chief executive of Azimuth Resources, Russell Clark. The mine is located close to Plymouth, which might not seem particularly advantageous on the face of it, but many of the risk factors associated with mining operations in more exotic locales don’t apply; certainly in terms of a stable workforce and infrastructure. Proven and probable ore reserves at Hemerdon are given at 35.7m tonnes, but this is based on a small proportion of a much larger resource, perhaps as much as 145m tonnes. The in situ ore body is rated by the British Geological Survey as the world’s fourth largest tungsten deposit. When up-and-running at full tilt, it’s thought that Hemerdon will meet around 3.5 per cent of global tungsten demand, with an estimated production of 4.5m tonnes per year. Construction of an open-pit and processing facilities commenced in March 2014 and Wolf Minerals remains on track to make initial offtake deliver ies of tungsten concentrate to Germany’s Wolfram Bergbau and Hutten and Pennsylvania-based Global Tungsten and Powders as early as next month. But no matter what operational progress a miner might achieve, its prospects are inherently tied to the underlying commodity price. In the case of tungsten – or, more specifically, ammonium paratungstate (APT) – prices have been depressed over recent months as buyers have been destocking, while the slowdown in China’s economic output has spooked investors. Wolf estimates that total costs, including debt repayment, should amount to around $170 per tonne. Although tungsten prices have fallen by about 50 per cent since it started construction at Hemerdon to an average of $243 a tonne over the three months to 30 June, there’s still a decent amount of headroom. It’s also worth noting that Wolf Minerals’ cost-per-tonne estimates were based on a 5.5-day working week – management is now looking at trimming unit costs by pursuing a 24/7 option. There are some indications that prices for APT will find support through the creation of multimillion dollar tungsten concentrate reserves by China Molybdenum and Jiangxi Tungsten – China’s largest concentrate producer. Earlier this year, broker FinnCap said that APT prices could conceivably hit $375 a tonne over the coming year. But perceptions of China’s growth prospects have deteriorated markedly in the subsequent period. The view of Wolf’s management is that APT prices may have now bottomed out; a view shared by Wolf’s customers along the supply chain. A degree of commissioning risk remains, but this will gradually evaporate as processes are optimised. The analysis produced by FinnCap earlier in the year certainly points to an impressive near-term growth profile and negative free cash flows this year are expected to change into apositive A$30m in 2016 and A$103m come 2017. Wolf’s share price has pulled back because of recent APT weakness, but we think this has presented an opportunity for investors who are willing to take along-term bet on resources. Buy. MR
times104: Number crunch. (mtu = 10kgs)aiui. Cost of operation 170$ per mtu (this is 108$ + cost of finance at 62$) Price of tungsten 200$ per mtu profit 30$ per mtu Potential production 4500 tonnes pa convert to mtu's 450,000 Assumed profit 450,000 x 30$ = 13,500,000$ Convert to £ sterling at 1 us = .64p Sterling value £8,640,000 Number of shares ?840,000,000 Implies 1p per share P/E of 10 therefore share price 10p. I am not an expert so can anyone come up with a different view.??? tia
katie priceless: plaleje Thanks for posting that , when posters say its the low price of Tungsten that the share price is down , you have some saying oh no its a big seller unloading shares its Mr 100,000 again.
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