In today's bearcast I look at Kefi Gold & Copper (KEFI) on what is a great day for we loyal shareholders, Wildcat Petroleum (WCAT), Graft Polymer (GPL) - should that be Grift Polymer - and MGC Pharmaceuticals (MXC). Then it is onto Versarien (VRS) and the Neill Ricketts payoff and bailout placing and Pensana (PRE) which must by now be at death's door: a £55 million market cap looks full in the circumstances and a statement is needed. Finally, that old scallywag Lenigas of Pennpetro (PPP) has doubled down after my earlier expose. He would not dare behave like this in America.
Hello Share Twiddlers. One of my first suggestions of the New Year is a Footsie giant that, in a very long career, I can’t recall mentioning before. But in these days of very little choice for stock buyers, this well-known jumbo looks safer than most.
Gold miner in Kazakhstan, Altyn (ALTN) has announced 2018 results and that “the directors are confident that further significant funding can be obtained in the near future to further increase production”…
Hello, Shares Scramblers. Tomorrow, I will add some more thoughts about the Beaufort Affair and how we can possibly look forward to improvements in what is, for we armchair tycoons, a dire situation. But for now, allow me to suggest that you take a holiday look at Harvest Minerals (HMI).
Hello Share Scoopers. It takes a bit of nerve these days to invest in a big miner. Many of us have lost a packet as the world commodity market hit the skids a couple of years ago and has yet to recover to a comfortable level.
I was all set to recommend selling Arian Silver (AGQ) when it popped to 12p the other day for no apparent reason. It’s now 8p to sell and despite a lowly market cap of £2.8 million the shares are likely to trade much lower.
KAZ Minerals (KAZ) has been a great share for trading in recent times, and it is starting to look weak again in my opinion. If I was holding shares bought anywhere near the 170p area that it hit at the start of the year then I’d be looking to cash in, and it is also one that I’d consider shorting from the current share price of around 250p, or ideally a bit higher.
AIM Listed gold producer Shanta (SHG) is in production and should be generating cash from its New Luika mine in Tanzania At June 30thit had $21 million in the kitty yet onOctober 5thit announced that it had secured a new $4 million loan facility from a director and was “in discussions with additional providers of working capital financing facilities to meet its short term working capital requirements during the ramp up phase of the New Luika Gold Mine.” What on earth is going on?