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TSX Lithium explorer International Lithium Corp prepares to drill at Raleigh Lake
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Kodal Minerals Share Chat (KOD)



Share Price: 0.0825Bid: 0.08Ask: 0.085Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Kodal Minerals
Spread: 0.005Spread as %: 6.25%Open: 0.085High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 0.0825


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Backinblack80
Posts: 192
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Price:0.0825
RE: Sold out
Tue 23:44
Fastjet, have you sold out or not...your last post suggests that you haven't?
 
NZGreen
Posts: 66
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Price:0.0825
RE: Share price
Tue 22:32
You seriously believe KOD will mine before MLL?Wow,,,the dreaming continues.
Fastjet
Posts: 712
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Price:0.0825
RE: Sold out
Tue 21:46
Me too ,the sp is irrelevant at the mo for me.
Nothing has changed ,let's see if ba meets his self imposed deadline by Friday for Esia.
Note the spread is only 6% and hence the sp drop above from a 12% spread yesterday.
Games....mind games
soutie1974
Posts: 161
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.0825
RE: Sold out
Tue 21:38
I'm in till boom or bust , could go either way
soutie1974
Posts: 161
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.0825
RE: Sold out
Tue 21:31
That's nothing , someone sold 100 shares , got 8p , cost a fiver to sell ffs
Fastjet
Posts: 712
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Price:0.0825
Sold out
Tue 20:53
Sorry guys I couldn't take the constant decline in sp so I sold out today.
It was the 15.56 trade at least I got £40.....
Not realy wtf ,who in their right mind would bother with a trade like that???
Going to be fun n games ahead guys.
Gla serious holders
dazaliam
Posts: 889
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Price:0.085
Permits
Tue 15:02
So the Easter Bunny was meant to post the esia app and now Santa is delivering funding? Lol...gotta laugh :)
jamesroo
Posts: 4,932
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.085
RE: $60-to-$90million
Tue 14:11
I was going to leave it and recommend other posters do likewise for 6 years.
INI.Love your optimism.
ivenoidea
Posts: 179
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.085
RE: $60-to-$90million
Tue 13:01
Not yet James, come back in 6 months and you might be pleasantly surprised!
jamesroo
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$60-to-$90million
Tue 12:59
Just dropped in to see if anyone has come forward with the dough needed?
Bye.
goodflyingduck
Posts: 4,176
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RE: Share price
Tue 11:04
I'm going to be intrigued to see what impact the grant of the Mining Licence has on MLL's SP. There's still a timescale issue there, with their funding decision slated for H2 2020 and the start of production likely no sooner than a year on according to some. That means that they'll not be in production til H2 2021.

The next RNS should clarify what, if any, impact the acquisition of the Bougouni West tenements and drilling there (and on the newly discovered target on Bougouni East) is likely to have on our own timescales. We were told production by the end of Q1 2020. Joeman1 reckons that may have slipped now to H2 2020 but that's still a year ahead of MLL. We need to know. It's not a matter of any great concern but our CEO does have something of a track record of setting deadlines for himself which he occasionally struggles to meet.

Anyway, the important thing is to get to production ASAP. That's always been the plan and it's what distinguishes KOD from MLL.
dazaliam
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RE: Share price
Tue 08:42
Plus the possible other cost reductions SorB:
"In addition to upgraded and newly constructed railway infrastructures, Railnet International will also work to develop accompanying infrastructure along rail routes including but not limited to communications, power, and water."
SorB
Posts: 712
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Price:0.085
Share price
Tue 07:07
Looks like our neighbours share price has started to turn, hopefully we start seeing the same. I think captpat finding the rail link massive news, Projectected costs in BGS PFS for transportation was around 28%, I wonder what it will be down to now?
Backinblack80
Posts: 192
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.085
RE: Tick tock
Mon 22:23
You're right about the SP SorB but there's hopefully light at the end of the tunnel. Roskill reckon We maintain the view that concerns about future refined lithium over-supply are poorly founded and expect the lithium market to enter a period of sustained supply deficit in the early 2020s' I just hope the BOD here are up to the challenge and we're not going to be taken private at a silly price. That's my issue....
SorB
Posts: 712
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Tick tock
Mon 22:11
Share price is on its arse but I know it has to turn, this one should make you sleep easier tonight https://seekingalpha.com/article/4271863-based-forecasted-2023-lithium-supply-ev-bev-phev-sales-will-likely-capped-8-million
goodflyingduck
Posts: 4,176
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.085
RE: Interesting Mali transport news
Mon 22:09
Thanks SorB.... eagerly awaiting the next RNS. Hopefully, that will serve to nail some of the issues out of which the TTNN brigade has been making capital. The BoD can no longer afford to be complacent about the SP. If it doesn't measure up to our expectations then they'll have no one but themselves to blame for what will ensue.
Backinblack80
Posts: 192
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.085
RE: Interesting Mali transport news
Mon 22:05
Sorry, forgot to add the PH scale isn't a measure of toxicity and certainly not BB toxicity. A measure of that is the number removed and I would say that you're well in the lead on that metric.
Backinblack80
Posts: 192
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Price:0.085
RE: Interesting Mali transport news
Mon 21:58
Oh please....the TTNN brigade provoked you into returning! How so, when apparently you have said brigade filtered? Allegedly gambling £100k on an AIM explorer...you won't last long....you're far too blinkered to succeed. You may get lucky BUT it will be through luck not judgement, which you'll be unable to grasp because you're far too arrogant.
SorB
Posts: 712
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Price:0.085
RE: Interesting Mali transport news
Mon 21:36
No issues GFD, hopefully things start falling into place now.
goodflyingduck
Posts: 4,176
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RE: Interesting Mali transport news
Mon 21:09
Hear, hear. It's by far the better rail transportation solution, rather than going South as I'd originally expected. Going West minimises the risk of terrorist disruption. Great find Captpat. Oh... and speaking of which, my apologies to you SorB, I have been reminded that I was remiss in not responding to your welcome back to the BB. I am sorry but I had no intention of returning but for being provoked into doing so by the TTNN brigade. Thank you.
SorB
Posts: 712
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Price:0.085
RE: Interesting Mali transport news
Mon 20:11
What a great find captpat, I think you have just blown BAs surprise of substantial transportation costs reduction in his previous podcast. This has massive implications for us.
Captpat
Posts: 33
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Price:0.085
Interesting Mali transport news
Mon 19:09
dazaliam
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RE: Finance will be secured
Mon 18:50
Joe, yes a revised milestone timetable would help, along with a budget update and finance intentions. The Market prefers transparency rather than speculation imho. (ps, I don't like popcorn lol)
goodflyingduck
Posts: 4,176
Premium Chat Member
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Price:0.085
RE: Update
Mon 17:54
Yes, ini, that followed the RNS dated 31st May and, for the avoidance of doubt, it's an upgrade to the existing JORC resource. The textual synopsis provided by p'active is not entirely accurate but no matter. It was that RNS which, largely because of the bulk sample debacle, gave the TTNN brigade the ammunition to fire off again.

There are many things with which Roo and I disagree but the one thing (of, maybe, no more than two) which I do agree with him about was the failure of the BoD to address the run on the stock following that RNS. The BoD should have issued a follow-up, reverse, 'speeding ticket' saying that it knew of no reason for the fall in the SP and elaborating on the fact that the question of the bulk sample is inconsequential and, in so doing, steadying nerves and closing down the idle, negative, speculation. After all, as Roo commented, they were quick enough off the mark in issuing a speeding ticket when the SP began rising majestically.

The team here is much strengthened. They need to start playing to those strengths and addressing the weaknesses, including poor communications. Maybe they'll address some of the issues in the next RNS, which we can expect in the next week or so. I'm hopeful that it will be some time this week with the usual post-RNS interviews following in its wake.
ivenoidea
Posts: 179
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.085
Update
Mon 16:39
Has anyone seen this from proactive investors dated 10th June?

https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/215124/kodal-minerals-beginning-to-get-a-real-handle-on-the-potential-on-offer-at-bougouni-215124.html

The bit I was surprised at is the first bullet point below:

- JORC resource imminent for Bougouni
- Well-funded, but all junior explorers return to the market for more cash in due course
- Metallurgical testwork will provide further detail on viability of Bougouni
- Design engineering is ongoing for the proposed processing plant




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