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Bushveld Minerals Share Chat (BMN)



Share Price: 26.25Bid: 26.00Ask: 26.50Change: 0.25 (+0.96%)Riser - Bushveld
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 1.92%Open: 26.20High: 26.80Low: 26.20Yesterday’s Close: 26.00


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faramog
Posts: 2,505
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Price:26.25
RE: yellow dragon
Today 21:44
ha ha CarpF.... had an old music teacher who wrote 'could do better' on every pupils report... we thought he had a stamp made.....
 
loudspeaker
Posts: 3,503
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:26.25
Vanadium prices
Today 21:08
Extract from Metal Bulletin’s Vanadium snapshot.

VANADIUM SNAPSHOT: FeV prices surge past $100/kg for first time since 2005
Key data from the Wednesday September 19 pricing session in Europe.

Key drivers Thin stocks among traders continued to fuel price increases in the European market, with offering prices surging past $100 per kg for the first time since 2005. While consumer activity has been somewhat thin this week, spot interest from traders has been sufficient to drive the precipitous price rise.
Jamiejojo
Posts: 63
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:26.25
RE: shareholder
Today 20:09
A clever bast@#d then 🤑
carpfisher
Posts: 873
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:26.25
RE: yellow dragon
Today 19:08
Sanchez....

Oops...Cheers Matey.

I obviously didn't read those threads very carefully, did I?.

Reminds me of my old school reports many moons ago....'Must pay more attention'. :~))
ManTradingBadly
Posts: 835
Premium Chat Member
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Price:26.25
RE: shareholder
Today 18:59
This is from October 2002:

Jose Roy Hernandez Borromeo, Chief Operating Officer
Jose Roy Hernandez Borromeo, aged 44, joined the Group in March, 1999 and is responsible for the fund management businesses of techpacific.com. Prior to joining the Group, Mr Borromeo was Managing Director of Credit Lyonnais Securities in Manila, with responsibility for stock broking and investment banking activities.

From 1996 to 1997, Mr. Borromeo was Deputy General Manager of ABN AMRO Bank in the Philippines and concurrently Head of the Structured Finance and
Commercial Banking Groups. In this position, Mr. Borromeo was responsible for originating and leading several corporate advisory transactions and international fund raising mandates. Between 1994 and 1996, Mr. Borromeo was a Director for
Equity Capital Markets at Union Bank of Switzerland in Hong Kong and from 1993 to 1994 was a Director of Corporate Finance at Citicorp International Limited in Hong Kong.

Mr. Borromeo has a Masters degree in Business Management from the Asian Institute of Management in Manila. He also has a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Management Engineering from the De La Salle University in the Philippines.
Fretblanket
Posts: 19
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:26.25
RE: shareholder
Today 18:55
Thanks Mitch.
mitchoftheday
Posts: 748
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Price:26.25
RE: shareholder
Today 18:38
*principals*
mitchoftheday
Posts: 748
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Price:26.25
RE: shareholder
Today 18:37
Fretblanket
I met Fortune for the first time in 2013 and at the time there was an entity with a significant shareholding, the principles of which were not known to us mortals. Can't remember the name of it now - others may have better retention....
Anyhow I asked Fortune who was behind it and he mentioned Borromeo (HK based UHNW guy, ex-fund manager) and Percy Barnevik (ex CEO of ABB). He described them both as being very supportive - or words to that effect.
Fretblanket
Posts: 19
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:26.25
RE: shareholder
Today 18:36
SOTRR, thanks

Not so much concerned just wondered who he is. For such a knowledgeable board just surprised he never gets mentioned.
Sanchez599
Posts: 3,145
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Price:26.25
RE: yellow dragon
Today 18:35
They only had 289919 warrants left anyway. Having 60m+ shares, they probably didn't care too much!
Sanchez599
Posts: 3,145
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Price:26.25
RE: yellow dragon
Today 18:33
It's not warrants being referred to Carp, it's their shareholding.
carpfisher
Posts: 873
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Price:26.25
RE: yellow dragon
Today 18:31
Unless I've missed something didn't all of YD's warrants lapse on the 25th Aug?
SickOfTheRatRace
Posts: 1,404
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:26.25
RE: shareholder
Today 18:29
Fretblanket just to put your mind at ease, I used the wayback machine and Jose has been on the top shareholders list for at least two years.
Tyfoon
Posts: 3,007
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:26.25
Heritage Day SA
Today 18:21
Re Vametco strike, Monday is a holiday in SA so possibly no talks after tomorrow until Tuesday next week

https://www.calendardate.com/za_2018.php
SickOfTheRatRace
Posts: 1,404
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:26.25
RE: shareholder
Today 18:17
Fretblanket that shareholder has been on the list for as long as I can remember and I have been invested for years.
martyboy
Posts: 98
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:26.25
RE: yellow dragon
Today 18:06
illuminati, it's not for definite Yellow Dragon, but they have went from 71765741 shares at end of July to current 67912778 at end of August. Potentially they have continued to reduce holding. Not sure if TBP has holdings archived which would confirm. Shareholder list on company website shows current shareholdings.
Sanchez599
Posts: 3,145
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Price:26.25
RE: yellow dragon
Today 18:02
Xref the shareholder list week to week to see changes.
Sanchez599
Posts: 3,145
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Price:26.25
RE: Endless
Today 18:01
Personally I don't think that PI's selling explains the total lack of effect most of the published sells have had on the SP at all. Obviously there have been some but I doubt the MM's wouldn't run so short unless they knew they could back them from another source. Equally we have seen identical action during the Erongo sell down. I agree it's probably not Wogen, but Atlas have shown they are happy to bail at these levels. YD may well be shifting a few more also. We shall soon find out either way. I wouldn't bet against Alfa being spot on... Again.
IlluminatiShare
Posts: 54
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:26.25
yellow dragon
Today 17:51
where do you guys find all this information to say with a degree of certainty it is yellow dragon,
no.1 why would they sell the shares, this has more potential for them to hold longer and sell no?
to me a lot of this just seems like speculation, if i am wrong please explain to me.
Fretblanket
Posts: 19
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:26.25
shareholder
Today 17:51
Who is Jose Roy Hernandez Borromeo our 7th biggest share holder? I can't recall seeing anything on here and google is not coming up with much

Thanks in advance .
Tyfoon
Posts: 3,007
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Price:26.25
New SA stimulus package
Today 17:50
Uksteveg
Posts: 2,007
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:26.25
RE: Endless
Today 17:09
If all the large trades that have been attributed to warrants over the last few weeks/months really had been been warrants sales it would have been reported by now. The fact is that Wogen/Atlas warrants are not due to expire until 2020, I see no reason for them to completely offload at this point in time. More likely YD or PI(s) with larger holdings. Some of the larger trades could be MM to MM, although not very many.
cindercone
Posts: 545
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:26.25
RE: Endless
Today 16:54
If they are warrants, they wont be endless for long.
vauch
Posts: 1,403
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:26.25
Endless
Today 16:47
The amount of times warrants get posited their must be an endless amount
Popscar
Posts: 254
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:26.25
Stock exchange
Today 16:40
London stock exchange showing 2 x 1 million trades




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