Mothercare – “refinancing, restructuring and reorganising… to ensure a sustainable future”. Is there?
Mineral resources sector investment company Metal Tiger (MTR) was a tip on HotStockRockets, though with that focused on fast-moving situations and the stock having been in the portfolio for a while, it was suggested in May selling into the relative strength. There have been some significant developments since…
Metal Tiger (MTR) has updated that “T3 (Motheo) Pit Resource Infill and Extension Programme drilling complete”, with a revised resource estimate expected during June, and “with 50 holes completed to date for the underground resource extension drilling programme the JV will soon be in a position to start estimating a T3 Underground Resource”…
And next up is Michael McNeilly of mining investment company Metal Tiger (MTR), who I met socially a few months ago and is good fun for what that is worth.
Metal Tiger (MTR) has updated on drilling results from the project in the Kalahari Copper Belt, Botswana in which it has a 30% interest, including “highest grade intersection to date at T3 from latest and final batch of assay results”…
Metal Tiger (MTR) has announced “encouraging early results of T3 underground project mining study” in Botswana and a Water & Environmental Monitoring Program in Thailand…
Natural resource investor Metal Tiger (MTR) has been a disappointing share tip so far this year – the shares have been comfortably above 3p earlier in the year and last month falling back below 2p. They are though presently bouncing back around the latter level following an update on the company’s 30% interest joint venture in Botswana, including “very excitingly, 50m wide zones of visible copper mineralisation have been logged in core from four holes drilled along strike from the current T3 Mineral Resource” .
Metal Tiger (MTR) has announced an updated mineral resource estimate for the Botswana T3 joint venture project, emphasising “a significant upgrade to the project”…
Metal Tiger (MTR) has updated on a preliminary interpretation of airborne electromagnetic geophysics data collected along 50km of the T3 Dome – a largely unexplored structure, where the company’s Botswana joint venture discovered the copper-silver deposit ‘T3’ last year.
Metal Tiger (MTR) has updated on progress on the T3 MOD Resources (ASX:MOD) joint venture project in Botswana – including previously outstanding drill hole assay results and that next month “we anticipate being able to release an updated and enlarged, T3 Mineral Resource Estimate”…
Metal Tiger (MTR) has announced 2016 results and emphasised “encouraging” progress in the first half of 2017…
Metal Tiger (MTR) has updated on exploration at the Logrosan Minerals joint venture in Spain – helping the shares currently slightly higher to 2.03p mid.
Metal Tiger (MTR) has updated on interests in Botswana and Thailand – with on the former CEO Michael McNeilly “excited by the strong mineralisation intersections in the geotechnical holes drilled to help plan the open pit design” and on the latter noting the project “not only warrants the further technical work required to commence an optimised reopening, but holds the potential for significant Mineral Resource increases and enhancement”...
On tipping shares in Metal Tiger (MTR) earlier this month, we noted an oversubscribed (initially £3 million, but then £4.29 million) fundraising through well-known North American natural resources name Sprott. Tiger has now announced the closing of the funding…
In this video from the storming success that was the 2017 UK Investor Show, Michael McNeilly, CEO of Metal Tiger (MTR), is at the podium. And make sure that you keep April 21 2018 free for next year's UK Investor Show.
No great surprise after the Metal Tiger (MTR) / BMR Group (BMR) takeover debacle but this morning, Metal Tiger announced wholesale changes to its Board as I felt it was inevitable. Worth taking a closer look and trying to understand what it means for the business from here.
I realise that there are some out there calling for the head of Alex Borelli after the failed merger attempt between Metal Tiger (MTR) and BMR (BMR), two companies where he is the CEO. I admit it all looks odd. But my initial position is based on the assumption that Borelli saved BMR, going in after the previous boss stole all the cash. Fundamentally he is a good and honest man so surely he would not do anything dodgy. Having dug around I put to you another hypothesis.
Following the strange goings-on last Friday, which I covered HERE, with the disappointingly low offer for Metal Tiger (MTR) by BMR Group (BMR), it has all come to a quick end with a couple of announcements on Monday and Tuesday this week, but surely Borelli’s position at Metal Tiger is now untenable.
An astonishing RNS late yesterday detailing a potential shocking offer for Metal Tiger (MTR) by BMR Group (BMR) has left me, and many of their respective shareholders, scratching our heads. Alex Borelli is the CEO of both companies – what the hell is playing at?
Much to my wife’s amusement (and slight horror), I actually gave out a yelp of joy at just gone seven this morning while reading today’s company announcements, as I realised that Metal Tiger (MTR) had broken a long-standing world record. Let me explain…..
Last week I broke the news that Metal Tiger (MTR) was working on a placing and that Andy Thacker at SI Capital was the broker doing the placing. I dont make things like this up and gave Mr Thacker a chanjce to comment before publishing. I was lambasted by BB Morons for making it up and was told the company would phone me over the weekend to tell me I was wrong. There was no placing, Metal needed no cash. I was accused of market abuse for saying there was a placing. Well guess what?
After issuing 22 RNS announcements this month alone and 63 since February 11 2016 the pump phase is over, next comes the dump at Metal Tiger (MTR)
I stand accused by Was Shakoor, Doc Holiday and others of being a tad charitable towards Metal Tiger (MTR) in today's BearCast HERE. Folks if you listen carefully you will note that I said the shares were clearly overvalued in relation to NAV. I do however make one observation about a tweet below from Paul Johnson the CEO.
If there was an award for issuing the most RNSs in the space of a few months, then Metal Tiger (MTR) would be well up there as one of the main contenders!
John Meyer of SP Angel this morning comments on Metal Tiger (MTR), North River Resources (NRRP) and Rio Tinto (RIO) as well as offering a detailed macro view on the news that is shaping global mining and the AIM mining pond.
The next interview is with my pal Paul Johnson of Metal Tiger (MTR), He may be from the grim North but don't hold it against him...
Today's final video of a presentation from Gold & Bears is by Paul Johnston of Metal Tiger (MTR). Enjoy.
On Tuesday Metal Tiger (MTR) issued 36.25million new shares at 0.8p to raise £290,000. According to the company this placement was in response to an unsolicited approach by a group of investors. Metal Tiger has a growing number of fans and it seems there are plenty of people in the market who want to get behind this business in anticipation of a recovery in the mining sector.
Featuring shares in Metal Tiger (MTR), Ncondezi Energy (NCCL), Stratmin Global (STGR), Sefton Resources (SER), Teathers Financial (TEA), Wildhorse Energy (WHE), together with some share price targets.
Entrepreneurial mining investment minnow Metal Tiger (MTR) is drawing comfort from one of its investee companies, fellow AIM counter Kibo Mining, which has reported an upbeat pre-feasibility study on its Mbeya coal-to-power project in the East African state of Tanzania. According to Kibo, the study suggests Mbeya could achieve annual revenues of $48 million (£30.8 million), with a profit margin of $24 to $27 million a year, and bring payback in between 2.6 to 3.65 years, for a capital outlay of between $38 and $73 million, according to which development route the company decides to take.
Junior resources investment outfit Metal Tiger (MTR) is savouring encouraging drilling and assay results from its Logosan tungsten and gold joint venture in Extremadura, western Spain, as exploration starts across the globe in East Africa at the company’s Morogoro gold joint venture in Tanzania. AIM-quoted Metal Tiger, whose chairman is geologist and Aussie mining sector player Terry Grammer, says the work at Logosan, with 47 holes drilled and assays for 26 of them so far, indicates ‘significant tungsten mineralisation’ over a 410-metre strike length, citing one hole showing 0.32% W03 tungsten trioxide over eight metres and 0.49% W03 over two metres and another showing 0.63% W03 over two metres.
Four months ago I suggested that mining investment specialist Metal Tiger (MTR) was a “mouse that might roar”. Despite two decent rallies since I covered the stock, on both occasions the share price gave back the gains. Today it trades at 0.7p, slightly above my original call. For anyone who has followed Metal Tiger closely this must have been a frustrating train of events, not least because of the significant progress the company has made in realising its ambitious goals. Yes, the mining sector remains mired in the severe downturn of recent years, but Metal Tiger has already proved its incisive edge in rooting out and profiting from some of the best buying opportunities in this tough environment. I caught up with CEO Cameron Parry to hear why he believes the current market is “alive with opportunity” and what he intends to do about it.
Paul Johnson, non-executive director of Metal Tiger (MTR), is confident the company is poised to deliver a stunning turnaround. Formerly called Brady Exploration, this was one of AIM’s many little disaster stories. However, that is in the past and with new management, a new strategy and a refinanced business, Metal Tiger could be one to watch in the coming years, as the resource sector recovers from its savage bear market.
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