Ferrum Crescent Limited
(“Ferrum Crescent”, the “Company” or the “Group”)(ASX, AIM, JSE: FCR)
Further Nil-cost Extension of Option to Acquire Interests in Lead-Zinc Exploration Projects in Spain
Ferrum Crescent, the ASX, AIM and JSE quoted metals project developer, announces that, further to its announcements of 16 February 2016 and 22 July 2016, a second, nil-cost extension has been agreed and entered into in respect of the Company’s exclusive option to acquire 100 per cent. of GoldQuest Iberica, S.L. (“GoldQuest”), the sole owner of the Toral and Lago lead-zinc exploration projects in northern Spain (the “Option”).
Accordingly, the Option is now scheduled to expire on 30 September 2016 (or such later date as the parties may agree) and all other terms announced on 16 February 2016 remain unaltered.
In this interview Share Talk spoke with Michael Masterman, Chairman of AIM-listed W Resources (WRES). Michael gives an overview of the company’s three Tungsten projects La Parrilla, Régua, Tarouca and their Copper/Gold project CAA/Portalegre. He also talks about the recent Montforte-Tinoca Portuguese exploration licence that WRES was granted that contains the Tinoca and Azeiteiros copper mines.
Michael goes into detail and covers what this means for WRES going forward, their goals, long-term prospects and potential.
The year of 2013 was very productive with a staggering performance of the FTSE 250 with many companies, about a dozen as I recall, increasing in value by over 100% and another 30 increasing by some 50%. The FTSE 250 appreciated by some 26%; indeed only about 12% of the FTSE 250 declined in value during that sweet year. How good was 2013 when compared to other recent years? Well, maybe the best way to answer that is to take a look at the wider indices the FTSE All Share which itself gained 17% in 2013 whilst only one of the bracketing years of 2011, 12 & 2014, 15 gave a positive return. So where does this lead us? Well to my view it just shows that the majority of the time we exist in a stock picker’s market. Yes, we can be risk averse and just simply go for an index tracker route or as I do, invest via the stock picking route. For myself, stock picking by and large has been for the best part of the last twenty years based on screening stocks (or may I say whittling) down the total universe of shares to come up with a relatively small number of shares for more in-depth investigation.
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The fifth episode of London South East’s (lse.co.uk) excellent new TV Show for Traders and Investors’ : Share Views’.
This week, Zak Mir hosts a panel of contributors, discussing Cyber Crime, Cyber Security, and Cyber Defence.
Certain types of behaviour, such as insider dealing and market manipulation, can amount to market abuse. Firms must have safeguards in place to identify and reduce the risk of market abuse and other financial crime. The UK’s civil market abuse regime aims to ensure the smooth functioning of the market for financial securities by curbing behaviours that distort the price of securities and harm investor confidence in the integrity and impartiality of the market.
At the EU-level, concerns of market distortion arising through regulatory arbitrage have led to the introduction of new harmonising measures in the form of an EU Regulation on Market Abuse (“MAR”). This briefing provides an overview of some of the key changes which came into affect on 3rd July 2016.
MOD Resources Ltd (ASX: MOD) today announced further positive assay results from the Phase 1 resource area at T3 (Figure 1). T3 is part of a joint venture with AIM-listed Metal Tiger Plc (30%) in the Kalahari Copper Belt, Botswana.
Assays were received from two batches of samples for seven deeper holes in the northeast part of the T3 Phase 1 resource area. Six of the latest resource holes intersected significant widths of copper and silver, similar to previously announced intersections in this area.
Karl Smithson, CEO of Stellar Diamonds PLC (STEL) talks about the recent RNS giving an update on the potential acquisition.
Karl explains what this means for the company, the effect on the CAPEX and plans on when they are planning production.
Welcome to the 24th SHARE TALK’S CONKERS’ CORNER recorded on 9th July 2016. In this interview I have the pleasure of speaking with the freelance Technical Analyst, Presenter and Host @ZaksTradersCafe Zak Mir.
The son of Doctors, Zak grew up in North West London and went to Harrow School in the 1980’s. After that he briefly attended London School of Economics. Zak did not find this to his liking and after less than two months, his passion for stocks and investing lead him pursue a job with a Stockbroker in Mayfair. Even back in the 1980’s, Zak had a great interest in SmallCap and AIM stocks (then known as the Unlisted Securities Market). He made his first investment in stocks in the late 1980’s and in the early 1990’s he tried being a Derivatives Broker.
The fourth episode of London South East’s (lse.co.uk) excellent new TV Show for Traders and Investors’ : Share Views’.
Scott Grant, Director of London South East, and Chris Bailey, Founder of Financial Orbit, are interviewed by Zak Mir for ‘Share Views’ – London South East’s (www.lse.co.uk) weekly Trader and Private Investor show.
Scott introduces the ‘QuickPicks’ Tools and Share Trading facility provided via www.lse.co.uk, Chris then discusses Mid and Large Cap shares of interest, including Companies reporting this week, Volatile ‘Brexit’ plays and the FTSE250 outlook.