Paul Johnson speaks about Metal Tiger PLC Spanish Corporate Update – Expansion of Interests RNS
General Meeting RNS Update that was held in London today
We cover questions asked from #MTR share holders and #GGP Greatland Gold PLC future progress and the connection with the Metal Tiger board.
Welcome to the 7th SHARE TALK CONKERS’ CORNER. In this interview I have the pleasure of speaking with @johnrosier / John Rosier.
In June 1984, John left university with a degree in Zoology and started work in The City of London. He enjoyed the first 14 years of his career at Fleming Investment Management, initially as an analyst and then as a UK portfolio manager; in 1997 he was appointed Head of UK Equities. He was a Director at Henderson Global Investors from 1998 until 2004, before moving to the West End and working for two hedge funds. His investment career at Flemings and Henderson was focused on managing UK equity portfolios for corporate and local authority final salary defined benefit pension schemes as well as the reserve fund for the NSPCC.
LSE Share Talk approached Dave Reeves from Keras Resources with a number of questions from investors, Dave was happy to respond and this article will show both the questions and the responses returned.
Today’s post is about Safe AIM stocks that we can use as part of a portfolio that will be exempt from Inheritance Tax. Do such things exist?
With the oil price rising, a few investors may be looking for new opportunities to take advantage off in this turn of events. Enter SDX Energy (SDX), a newly listed company on AIM formed by a merger of Sea Dragon Energy and Madison PetroGas which came to the market on the 20th of May. Whilst most cocktails are drunk by the pool in holiday resorts in Egypt, this looks to a perfect mixture of an exploration company with assets already in production.
A familiar theme of recent ventures on AIM involve raising cash then acquiring assets. This new combination is already ahead of the game, bringing with it already two producing assets
The CEO, Paul Welch, has brought some enthusiasm to the AIM market. The recent placing raised of $11 million was oversubscribed and given the company the opportunity to double its existing production and triple its reserves. Not just content with seeking investor funding, the directors also got involved.
Obviously this story unfolding caught our attention so we took the time to pose some questions to the company which they kindly answered.
Savannah Resources plc (AIM: SAV) (‘Savannah’ or ‘the Company’), the AIM quoted resource development company, announces that it has completed three targeted gravity surveys on its Block 4 and 5 properties in the Sultanate of Oman, which are prospective for copper and gold. Savannah is earning a 65% shareholding in the Omani company, Al Thuraya LLC, the owner of the Block 4 Project and is a 65% shareholder in Al Fairuz Mining, the holder of the Block 5 licence.
David Archer, Savannah’s Chief Executive Officer said “We are continuing to accelerate activity in Oman; with our two stage drill programme now well underway at the Aarja Mine in Block 4 and the completion of a gravity survey over three VMS targets on Blocks 4 and 5. We continue to target commercial production in late 2017.
MOD Resources Limited is a Perth-based and ASX listed Company with a focus on the Botswana Copper Project, which covers a vast and strategic ~11,633km2 tenement footprint at the centre of the Kalahari Copper Belt. It has been an active explorer in the Kalahari Copper belt since 2011 and discovered the ‘Corner K Deposit’, now re-named Mahumo Copper/Silver Deposit in late 2011. MOD through its subsidiary company MOD Resources Botswana (Pty) Ltd has 100% holdings and various joint venture interests in 11 granted prospecting licences with a total area of approximately 4,187km2 in the central and western part of the Kalahari Copper Belt.
The Mahumo Copper/Silver Deposit was discovered by drilling a soil anomaly along the northern margin of a major structural zone (Mahumo Structural Corridor). The Stage One resource which is the basis for the Mahumo underground scoping study is currently the highest grade resource announced in the Kalahari Copper Belt and remains open below the limit of drilling along 2.4km strike length.
MOD also owns 70% of Discovery Mines (Proprietary) Ltd (“DMI”) through subsidiary companies Metal Capital Ltd and Tshukudu Metals Botswana (Pty) Ltd, following completion of the acquisition of DMI announced on 16 December 2015. Metal Tiger Plc (AIM: MTR) owns the remaining 30% interest. DMI holds 14 prospecting licences with a total area of approximately 7,446km2 in the Kalahari Copper Belt.
Today we look at their latest investor presentation.
Welcome to the 6th SHARE TALK CONKERS’ CORNER. In this podcast, I have the pleasure of speaking with Matthew Bird on Twitter.
Matthew’s interest in stocks and shares started when his Dad gave him some Jim Slater investing books in his mid teens. By his late teens he had started investing in stocks within his Dad’s trading account. With a degree in economics and qualified in regulated financial planning to Diploma level, Matt currently specialises in pensions, investments, mortgages and protection advice.