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Metal Tiger Share Chat (MTR)



Share Price: 2.975Bid: 2.95Ask: 3.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Metal Tiger
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 1.69%Open: 2.75High: 2.975Low: 2.675Yesterday’s Close: 2.975


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forest4032
Posts: 6,078
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.975
RE: Argonaut Note
Fri 23:34
BUY recommendation with revised target price of $0.83

MOD Resources (MOD) | Consolidating T3 | BUY

Market Cap $109m | Current Price $0.47 | Target Price $0.83

Mod Resources (MOD) has signed a binding agreement to acquire Metal Tiger’s (LON:MTR) 30% stake in the T3 deposit, the key asset in the greater Kalahari Copper Project in Botswana. The all scrip deal, comprising 17.2m MOD shares and 40.6m options (at zero exercise price), values the transaction at $26.6m based on MOD’s 20 day VWAP of $0.46/sh. This implies a see-through value of $87m for the T3 deposit. The transaction incorporates mechanisms to maintain MTR ‘s shareholding in MOD at <=12.5% and gives MOD the option to acquire 100% of joint venture (JV) exploration tenements within the project area. MTR has agreed to support MOD’s Board in any change of control recommendations. We see this transaction as a positive for MOD as it gains 100% of T3, increasing the Company’s control in the project and raising takeover appeal. We highlight MOD’s strategic value as one of the few listed companies globally with an economically feasible copper project and a belt scale land holding. Few acquirable copper plays remain listed on the ASX following the recent acquisitions of Avanco Resources (AVB) and Finders Resources (FND). BUY recommendation with revised target price of $0.83
 
forest4032
Posts: 6,078
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.975
Argonaut Note
Fri 23:26
BlueShare


@BlueShareForum
2h2 hours ago

..........19/07/2018 Argonaut Morning Note

We see this transaction as a positive for MOD as it gains 100% of T3, increasing the Company’s control in the project and raising takeover appeal.
https://argonaut.com/news/morning-notes/3467-19-07-2018-argonaut-morning-note.html
#MOD #MTR #Botswana #Copper
geoffsh
Posts: 122
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.975
Now the serious fun starts
Fri 22:55
I made my first investment here on 16th december 2015, two days after Terry Grammer invested £250,000 of his money at 0.8p. I did take some off the table at 4.5 and have reinvested at times since then.Last year was very frustrating with the unavoidable delays regarding drilling although some decent money was made on the investment side, MMc and the directors expertise is in making deals and I am happy with the clever deal that has been made for the long term investors. After the deal was announced a lot of the short termers that had been looking for a deal on all of MTR's 30% which would have given the SP a nice spike up quickly decided to get out and look for the next quick quid.
Now that all of the corporate stuff is out of the way we can look forward to hopefully a sustained spiral of very positive drilling/assay results producing a steady upward movement of the MOD/MTR share price.As has been pointed out it is very rare for directors to pay for warrants which are above the market price, although three of the MTR directors have done this - TG, PJ and Charles Hall.
Really looking forward to the coming months.
oldskool
Posts: 1,488
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.975
RE: No copper in Kalahari Copper Belt
Fri 21:26
Itsaduster. Just to clarify. Erosion is more than 'washed away' or eroded by wind. I won't bore you with the details, nor others. The comment you made clearly shows a lack of understanding regarding basic geological processes. Individuals need to be careful when attempting to belittle others, especially when you are the one in the glass house. Those reading, and contribing to, these boards consist of many people from many backgrounds - past and present. Your interpretation of erosion is something I would expect to find in a Foundation GCSE paper.
Bolgas
Posts: 3,724
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.975
RE: Exploration News Flow
Fri 20:22
Excellent chart Bonks, cheers mate!
bonker99
Posts: 42,107
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.975
RE: Exploration News Flow
Fri 18:58
Chart update dropped - tasty :)

Chinese on the way then I'll be prone for a good while lol

Cheers for the drink WW ;)
tones77777
Posts: 1,394
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.975
RE: Exploration News Flow
Fri 18:43
Cheers Forest! Have a good weekend bud!
itsaduster
Posts: 8,928
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.975
RE: No copper in Kalahari Copper Belt
Fri 18:38
Probably not of course as they might want the deal to formalize before taking that step !!

But with late surge today .............Sunday night might be another interesting one.

DYOR and AIMHO
forest4032
Posts: 6,078
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.975
RE: Exploration News Flow
Fri 18:28
Oops sorry meant to say thanks tones77777

................................................................................... M Mcneilly 's interview with proactive investors last month showed how he was subtly excited about this venture given the location and their due diligence (3 months) in consultation
with their BoD.

The results of this AEM is due to be expected in September 2018 and the permits news is expected before then, so that the drilling can start as soon as the AEM is completed.

So there are loads to look forward to in terms of the exploration in Botswana both through our investment in MOD, our own 30% JV with MOD and our 50% JV with Kalahari Metals.

And people must not forget our investments in Thor and Kemco too! :)
............................................................

Or Red Rock Resources .......Lionsgold to name a couple more

Direct Equities >>>>>>>>> www.metaltigerplc.com:
itsaduster
Posts: 8,928
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.975
RE: No copper in Kalahari Copper Belt
Fri 18:28
BackWardMan

You shouldn't comment on what you don't know or cant understand. I did try to use jargon free lingo but that was for folks who would read and want to get my meaning. For me it adds to the richness of the experience and ultimately the achievement. Clearly nought to do with you

Just so you know I didn't say all the copper has been eroded away (for you that's washed away by rain and blown away by wind ........ I know that's difficult to grasp as we are talking about hard rock)
How would I know that ?? Silly Billy !!! That's why we are drilling don't you know !!

I alluded to '' Michaels '' references to his interest if the Cu is still there. His references not mine !!!!!!
For those looking for insight I described how it can be that so '' few '' exciting discoveries end up as mines amongst many other scenarios.

I appreciate it will have escaped you.

Of course the prolific posters have picked up on my interest and focus on T20 and T23.and the ''possible'' meaning of the high surface ZN values and implications for the chances to find other metals.

Has there been a surge in share buying towards end of play today. Bearing in mind MOD's Chairpersons reputation for activity ........... Are we about to get news of finance for T3. Active Mining on T3 will enhance value on our other expo areas. That would make Cupric look anaemic. If there was a surge in buying towards COP then it might seem leak inspired.

Just saying. IMHO DYOR as always.
forest4032
Posts: 6,078
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.975
RE: Exploration News Flow
Fri 18:24
................................................................................... M Mcneilly 's interview with proactive investors last month showed how he was subtly excited about this venture given the location and their due diligence (3 months) in consultation with their BoD.

The results of this AEM is due to be expected in September 2018 and the permits news is expected before then, so that the drilling can start as soon as the AEM is completed.

So there are loads to look forward to in terms of the exploration in Botswana both through our investment in MOD, our own 30% JV with MOD and our 50% JV with Kalahari Metals.

And people must forget our investments in Thor and Kemco too! :)
............................................................

Or Red Rock Resources .......Lionsgold to name a couple more

Direct Equities >>>>>>>>> www.metaltigerplc.com:
tones77777
Posts: 1,394
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.975
RE: Exploration News Flow
Fri 17:33
Cheers Louis!

I've set aside a double digit TP based on more extensive research over the last couple of days - I'm willing to see this through! :)
tones77777
Posts: 1,394
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.975
RE: Exploration News Flow
Fri 17:33
Enjoy the break Bonks! And thank you for your time today!
tones77777
Posts: 1,394
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.975
RE: No copper in Kalahari Copper Belt
Fri 17:32
Lol BWM

Anyways chaps - have a good weekend! Looking forward to some possible exploration news next week!

Cheers!
UsedInk
Posts: 49
Opinion:Buy
Price:2.975
3p
Fri 17:02
Just rounding off my holding, before it's too late!!!
Backwoodsman
Posts: 814
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.975
No copper in Kalahari Copper Belt
Fri 16:45
Busy day for me and looks a good one for MTR. Anyone been posting pseudo-geological garbage about how all the copper will likely have disappeared from the Kalahari Copper Belt today? Disgraceful yesterday and I hope nobody got conned out of their shares. GLA, roll on Monday.
happyholder
Posts: 3,590
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.95
RE: Exploration News Flow
Fri 16:38
Well played team. Time to rest up before we do it all again next week !!
kickboxer
Posts: 3,597
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.95
RE: Exploration News Flow
Fri 16:36
Bonks, I’m sure you won’t mind paying over 4p on Monday if the news is stellar on Sunday
Dakad
Posts: 359
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.975
RE: Exploration News Flow
Fri 16:35
Have a good break, hopefully we will keep you busy here, great timing, maybe you won’t need to go back to work.....
Last hour have been the busiest I can remember, wonder if we’re onto something Sunday night. I’ll be here at 12.00
Have a good weekend all!
forest4032
Posts: 6,078
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.975
MTR the place to be
Fri 16:33
Close ........3p ...paid ...........295 / 3 .........Vol 8.2 M so far
bonker99
Posts: 42,107
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.975
RE: Exploration News Flow
Fri 16:33
@ dakad - I'm off for two weeks now mate - I chart my days off work pmsl

That last hour or two was "special" alright.

Have a good one peeps - don't forget to set your alarm for midnight Sunday night ;)
thefierce1
Posts: 1,456
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.975
3p PAID
Fri 16:32
That’s Betta
HughR
Posts: 151
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.975
RE: Exploration News Flow
Fri 16:30
Nice to see us on the leaderboard in the top 10!
tones77777
Posts: 1,394
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.975
RE: Exploration News Flow
Fri 16:29
Well well, I stepped out for an hour - and we have a few buys that's ticked us up with 3 just paid! A good little boost before the weekend but we all know - this has a long way to go! :)
Dakad
Posts: 359
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.95
RE: Exploration News Flow
Fri 16:25
Sod it, think I better book Monday off work




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