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Bluebird Merchant Ventures – shares up on Batangas licence extension, stance upgraded

Writing on Bluebird Merchant Ventures (BMV) last week we noted, with the shares at a 1.4p offer price, that upcoming “advancing/monetising” news from the Batangas project in the Philippines should help the shares as well as progress in South Korea. Now there has been a Batangas licence extension announcement and the shares currently up to a 1.6p offer price – and there should still be much to come.


Bluebird Merchant Ventures – South Korea and Philippines progress, Buy

Bluebird Merchant Ventures (BMV) has announced it has opened discussions with potential partners to develop its high grade Batangas gold project in the Philippines and that it is in South Korea this week to finalise the plan to fulfil qualifying spend in accordance with 20-year mining licence terms there. These are encouraging from a current 2.15p share price, below £14 million market capitalisation, here.


Bluebird at 2.5p worth 9.58p! Just a few caveats guv

Just a few caveats. Align Research is paid to pump out the research below. Align and its boss, Richard "nobody likes me and I don't care" Jennings own shed loads of shares in Bluebird Merchant Ventures (BMV), and the "analyst" is disgraced, journalist smearing, part time PR man, the vile and repellent Dr Michael Green. Dr Green should not be allowed to work in financial services after his crimes as an enabler of the fraud Sefton Resources (SER). Having said all of that, I too have an interest in these shares and reckon they are cheap. Are they worth 9.58p as the ludicrous Green suggests? Er no. But could they double? Yes. And the note below explains why.

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