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London South East - Oil & Gas Investor Evening: Malcy, Echo, Savannah, SDX
Paul Welch speaks at London South East's Oil & Gas Investor Evening


Metal Tiger Share Chat (MTR)



Share Price: 2.10Bid: 2.05Ask: 2.15Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Metal Tiger
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 4.88%Open: 2.125High: 2.125Low: 2.075Yesterday’s Close: 2.10


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Mr.B
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RE: Bolgas
Today 14:44
Personal insults only reflect the type of individual you are.

PS. Just an observation !
 
cashking
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RE: Bolgas
Today 11:36
Louis in your opinion do you reckon the Bonker troop have been selling the tiger down ? After all it does state on his website he's a swing trader !
louis007
Posts: 1,635
Opinion:Strong Buy
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RE: Bolgas
Today 11:16
Visit his site, plenty of graphs say steer clear.
cashking
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RE: Bolgas
Today 11:01
Re Bonkers the swing Trader , never seems to tell the board when his outfit are swinging down ! Just an observation !
bonker99
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RE: Bolgas
Today 08:50
Morning :)

You know the time and price is about right when the multi-ID muppets are going at it again :)

The Botswana government are on record as wanting to diversify away from their big diamonds industry so, yes, it would seem somewhat unlikely that they'll be loathe to give out mining licences on what could end up being upwards of 20,000 sq km of revenue earning land in their patch of the Kalahari Copper Belt :)

It sounds like they've maybe pulled forward the electrification of the A3 highway timescale too and there's no point doing that if they're not dead set on getting Copper mines going ASAP - that's their own money they're throwing into it after all ...
cashking
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RE: Bolgas
Sat 22:21
Till that mining license is signed with the word granted on it ,there will always be uncertainty ! Doesn't really matter who you are ! Agree Sprott have done very well ,but they've also had their failures !
PINMAN
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RE: Bolgas
Sat 22:03
I only comment here when I see the likes of cashgit and his gang who turn up here to try and twist the facts it’s a rinse and repeat gang. So obvious but must be pointed out.
Bolgas
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RE: Bolgas
Sat 21:59
Not a clever one.

What makes me laugh with those comments is why would sprott, the worlds most successful resource investor increase holding in open market if there was such uncertainty.

Besides it’s Botswana who want diversify their mining, pull the plug here bang goes that aspiration as all exploration will have funding pulled. They are a very safe jurisdiction for mining.
cashking
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RE: Bolgas
Sat 21:59
Oh no Pinheads back spouting dross again !
So you believe its 100% nailed on then !
Just like Cameron s Brexit result !
PINMAN
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Cashking Joebop ect
Sat 21:54
The fecking idiots that turn up on this BB beggars belief
PINMAN
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RE: Bolgas
Sat 21:50
Cashgit is a trader do your own research
PINMAN
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RE: Bolgas
Sat 21:48
Yea cashgit so the bots gov build up a solid relationship and Mod have never been refused a permit in fact the bots gov have given MOD more land mass up to the Namibia border and MOD have not missed a heart beat in getting the T3 pit up to almost DF stage at an incredible low cost. Yea and after all that hard work the bots gov who happen to be world renowned mining and stable democracy will just say no to a mine that will employ 100s of local people in Ghanzi. People please look at this hits posts he is a trader FFS.
Bolgas
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RE: Bolgas
Sat 21:34
Batman appears naked after shining a bright light, shaggy bears his arse (just as you like them) and you’ll be posting all day and night in-between you obtaining more tissues.

On the other hand Cupric canyon had no issues, just like many othe mining company’s our hugely successful BoD have been involved with over many many years.
cashking
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Bolgas
Sat 21:24
What happens if they say no to a mining license ?
Bolgas
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RE: All well and good
Sat 21:02
Discovery at T20 will be a huge driver, imo.

Q1 2019 does look tasty though, as does Q2.

Pays your money, takes your chances.
Olderandwiser
Posts: 8,386
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RE: All well and good
Sat 20:32
Of all those goals, I would have thought that the Mining License approval would be the catalyst for the next leg up in the sp. And that's quite a few months off yet. Hence the sp drift.
Bolgas
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RE: All well and good
Sat 20:27
What are your key goals for the next 3, 6 and 12 months?

3 Months:
1. Progress the T3 Feasibility study including the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment.
2. Progress the regional drilling program for the T3 Expansion Project and T20 Dome
3. Continue to build on strong community relations

6 Months:
1. Complete the Feasibility Study and apply for a mining licence for the T3 Project
2. Commence and complete resource drilling and scoping studies where regional drilling has been successful.
3. Continue to build on strong community relations
Bolgas
Posts: 3,933
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RE: All well and good
Sat 20:16
Surprised we are talking about another fund raise after getting some £6 million in the coffers, that’s a hefty amount that will help us progress on many fronts. Our two JV’s will need plenty of cash over coming months if we are to realise potential.

If there should be any words it would be more appropriate to say the BoD have to provide value for those who participated in that fund raiser, that includes all holders today at these low levels. They have the assets and now the funds to expedite drilling, surveys etc etc that should prove up additional resources.

Further finds will enhance share value, todays price is quite normal, most large fund raisers result in a fall of around 30% with a period of consolidation with then a sentiment drive before anticipated news. Likes of SXX has exactly same with a very large fund raise, many others in addition.

Part and parcel of investing, it does offer a fantastic opportunity to add more in this quiet period, we know from MOD’s upcoming presentation and what I posted last night that I’m coming quarter we will have T20 as a priority.

Hopefully an excellent Christmas present for all, a well deserved one at that. In the meantime switch off to the noise and concentrate on researching what’s coming up.
bonker99
Posts: 42,967
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RE: All well and good
Sat 19:11
The same disingenuous garbage from the same disingenuous people as at tuppence in the Spring mate - they're drooling at the numbers too ;)
taylot
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RE: All well and good
Sat 19:00
Jesus wept. Firstly there has recently been a major fund raising. Secondly read the RNS and the structuring of the MOD/T3 project deal. The shite I read on here from some people.. disingenuous or stupid I’m not sure...
bonker99
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RE: T4 - 11/09/18 announcement
Sat 15:08
Impecunious1
Posts: 23
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All well and good
Sat 15:08
Cashking, I agree with you on this. The thought of another issue of shares strikes despair into my heart. I lived with it at GGP for some years; but it wasn't so bad, maybe a 20% decline that wore off after a few weeks. Here, for whatever reason, it seems much worse; a steeper decline, and longer lasting.
booboobooboo
Posts: 1,630
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Price:2.10
RE: T4 - 11/09/18 announcement
Sat 13:38
You really are a prat ,why shouldn't someone be interested in production costs instead of leaving it to BHP who aren't even shareholders?
bonker99
Posts: 42,967
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RE: T4 - 11/09/18 announcement
Sat 10:57
Morning.

Well I'd suggest that the beauty of the MOD/MTR setup is that the 2019 Q1 T3 DFS is going to formalise a substantially derisked 60mt @ 1%, c$400m NPV, upper 30s IRR, <$1.50 AISC copper play at $3 copper (and multiples of those numbers at $4 copper) without any success at all on the exploration side so with respect to being a "prospect generator", our prospects are all additive to that and given the size of the acreage/AEM targets, the additional prospects may well dwarf that T3 DFS in time.

Yup, production costs are for the likes of MOD/Sprott/BHP et al to concern themselves with - not us. We'll likely, as outlined in the recent JV restructuring, slice off additional scoped resources over time or, as you suggest, yield a monster win all in one go if someone decides to take the lot off our hands - all options are now available following that JV restructure.




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