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BMR Group PLC Share Chat (BMR)



Share Price: 2.00Bid: 1.90Ask: 2.10Change: -0.10 (-4.76%)Faller - Bmr Group
Spread: 0.20Spread as %: 10.53%Open: 2.10High: 2.10Low: 2.00Yesterday’s Close: 2.10


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mikebassetts
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leon
Today 13:23
http://www.sharepickers.com/

go to 20mins. BMR is mentioned ,of course he's positive about Kabwe..

Worth a listen
 
SAUSAGEFINGERS
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Don't Panic Mr Mannering sir
Today 12:41
pushed down for big stakebuilding buy.
BringMyReward
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RE: What we have
Today 12:38
Klueloss, good post. There's a lot of talk about a takeover, can't see it happening anytime soon myself. These kind of things usually leak before hand so we would have had a decent rise in SP by now. It's business as usual if you ask me, just waiting for the JV deal to go ahead now.
plumbus
Posts: 498
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RE: Re takeover
Today 11:15
That said, Jubilee shareholders are already squirming at the amount of dilution they've endured recently so they may just maintain a holding position until at least a revival is seen in JLP's position.
plumbus
Posts: 498
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Re takeover
Today 11:02
With 29% already under their hat (and then with the addition of another 1%) it should be relatively simple for them to tender and get control (50%) of the company given the recent buyers at about 2p. To get 75% and effecting a delisting they may have to up the offer a bit. After that the remaining holders would surrender.
Andy2017
Posts: 206
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Price:2.10
RE: andy
Today 10:26
Cheers pal. 26p I need, cant see it happening tbh.
KlueLoss
Posts: 2,395
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3CB
Today 10:20
I'd prefer a cash offer as I don't really want to then have shares in JLP on the hope they bring Kabwe on.

I just wanted to see BMR monetise Kabwe tailings, I invested originally at 6.7p (67p) and have been averaging down ever since, broke even once post fake ZEMA approval and bottled selling, cost me dearly.

I think the market would've rewarded us handsomely SP wise had the tailing been processed but we've been done in by two sets of totally inept management that couldn't bring a single project to fruition. And despite not being able to get Kabwe into production they both felt it would be advantageous to take on other projects which again would be years off and at the suffering of shareholders as they would be funded from dilutions.

I'm sure JLP are great but they are a mid cap and I was looking for more bang for my buck. Unfortunately you can't control who gets in charge of the investment and to say we've been 'unlucky' with who we've had is a lie, it's been deliberate.
Troajan
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andy
Today 10:13
sorry m8,that mining bear market killed everything,not just bmr.
on the bright side,the tide has turned and hopefully,you'll get your money back.
Andy2017
Posts: 206
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RE: andy
Today 10:09
Ah I see. I’m not looking to buy any, Bmr is the only share I have ever held, wanted to make double my money when we were about to produce copper under MA, 4 or 5 years dow the the line here we are lol. I will never buy any shares ever again.
Troajan
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andy
Today 10:08
it's an explo m8,those tend to spike,then retrace...so if your in there,you sell on or just before the drilling news.
then buy back on the retrace.
but dillution will probably drop in 4/6 months,they usually do.




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