Bushveld Minerals (BMN) was once one of the big mining success stories on AIM, but after its shares soaring by nearly 2,500%, they have steadily fallen ever since, and now trade at almost back where they began.
Nomad and broker SP Angel of the fraud MySquar (MYSQ) infamy specialises in shite penny dreadful mining stocks and its lead analyst is John Meyer who also has a gig doing videos for interactive investors. And here John and ii score a perfect fail for transparency.
I remember when I first covered Bushveld Minerals (BMN) as a buy back in 2016 at around the 2p level, prior to the completion of its asset acquisition, vanadium wasn’t a commodity that you heard mentioned much.
Almost a year ago I suggested that it would be a good time to consider banking at least some profit on Bushveld Minerals (BMN), but now that the share price has almost halved since then, I believe that the shares are now back in the buy zone. Here, in detail, is why...
Hello, Share Smashers. Do you know what Vanadium is? For those who don’t, it’s a chemical element with the atomic number 23 and the symbol V. It’s produced by Bushveld Minerals (BMN), an AIM company with a market cap of over £500 million. The operation is based in South Africa.