These days I’m generally not a fan of tiny natural resources companies and tend to avoid them as they rarely attract the positive sentiment and momentum that we have seen in the past, and most will never even come close to actually extracting anything from the ground.
I have an update on the Union Jack (UJO) placing which I forced it to ‘fess up to last Friday and I can now reveal that worthless ramp Wildcat Petroleum (WCAT) is now seeking fresh equity at almost any price. At 1p, a £21 million market cap is about £21 million too high in my book. I also discuss Jubilee Metals (JLP) and Mark Slater and that links nicely to an IPO I am dodging and I explain why I am passing on what appeared a likeable and competent team. Finally, a detailed look at perennial dog Mirriad (MIRI) whose shares are – despite slipping 10% today – still a stonking sell.
Jubilee Metals (JLP) has been stressing how profitable it will be this year and how next year it will be so profitable that it could pay a dividend. Obviously with Colin Bird as chairman talk of profitability and dividends can only mean one thing. Yes….its another placing! Knock me down with a feather. But this one begs two big sets of questions:
I start with what should have been Joshua’s first day at school but for the utterly inexcusable laziness of the teachers. Then I mention Versarien (VRS) before moving onto the fraud Chill Brands (CHLL), a bt of CV analysis at Nanosynth (NNN) and a discussion of the latest nonsense from Eurasia Mining (EUA) where again I compare it with Jubilee Metals (JLP).
After the longest formal sales process in UK stockmarket history (315 days), Eurasia Mining (EUA) announced on May 14 that it had received no actual bid. But at least the hope of one had allowed it to get a bailout placing away at 22p, notwithstanding pledges months previously that it would be paying dividends. Then what happened?
As I prepare for blackberry picking with newly arrived Olaf, the bearcast today covers just one company, one where I was a shareholder but would not go back, Falanx (FLX). I do mention Jubilee Metals (JLP), en passant.
Following a strong upwards move, platinum group metals have taken a bit of a dip recently but are still at levels that should generate plenty of free cash flow for producers, and the share price weakness that some of those have shown the past couple of weeks could present a buying opportunity.
I am back in Wales as of the wee hours and reflect on that. Today has been plum harvesting day. In the podcast, I look at Jubilee Metals (JLP) where I am out but should I dive back in and Ariana Resources (AAU) where I am in but should I dive out? Then the two dogs both beloved of the Sith Lord Zak Mir: Argo Blockchain (ARB) and Remote Monitored Systems (RMS).
Lucian Miers wrote about one aspect of Eurasia Mining (EUA) that smells all wrong to him the other day. My friend and colleague is yet to get any satisfactory answers on that matter. But here is another oddity.
On banking near 300% gains on Jubilee Metals (JLP) earlier this year, we noted still significant positives but management actions which were not comfortably supportable. On fundamentals, at 20p, Jubilee still looks to have 10% upside, or arguably more, which is why Tom Winnifrith & Steve Moore remain shareholders but we cannot, in good conscience, tip shares in a company where there are such clear corporate governance issues. So, on that basis, the following looks a good replacement for it .
Around six weeks ago I covered the IPO of a small mining company called Caerus Mineral Resources (CMRS) and noted that it looked interesting for anyone who liked these small, speculative type of plays.
I will not advise others to buy shares in Jubilee Metals (JLP) while penny share huckster Colin Bird remains chairman and there are institutions who want to buy but will not do so until we are given a timeline for the exit of a man who sold all his shares, into a ramp, at 13p earlier this year. But, as a loyal shareholder, I am not selling at today’s 17.6p (although I paid sub 4p) after a Zambia copper update which was everything I could have asked for and more. These shares could be 40p+ by some stage in 2022 if Bird does the decent thing and walks. So why the excitement?
I end with a few notes on Woodlarks. There are now 7 walkers confirmed – please do make a donation HERE. Then I discuss 2 acid tests today for the FCA: Supply@ME Capital (SYME) and Lyin’ Chris Cleverly’s planned RTO into Stranger Holdings (STHP). Then I look at St James House (SJH) and wonder if the taxman needs to have a butcher’s at 4 of its disposals involving John Botros. Then it is onto IQE (IQE) and why Malcolm Stacey and thirsty Paul Scott are wrong. Finally a look at Jubilee Metals (JLP). I look at the fundamentals after today’s interims and conclude that the shares should be well North of 20p. Then I discuss the matter with the world’s leading analyst of PGM stocks beginning with J for his input.
In this podcast, I discuss the idea of “shit investing”. I look at some stocks which are merde like Tiger Royalties (TIR) and Wildcat Petroleum (WCAT) and things David Lenigas might ramp and others which are not and which I discuss in detail, notably Jubilee Metals (JLP) and Summerway Capital (SWC) run by the wonderful Vin Murria.
We may previously have given the impression that old Harrovian Zak Mir was born with a silver spoon in his mouth and was a bit of an intellectual lightweight if not an outright poltroon who could not analyse his way out of a paper bag and was also semi-literate. Moreover, we may have suggested that his analysis of certain frauds such as Supply@ME Capital (SYME) and obscenely overvalued promotes such as Remote Monitored Systems (RMS) might in some way be coloured by the fact that a company he works for, LSE ShareTalk, generates revenue from promoting such rubbish. If so, now is the time to apologise to Mr Mir, aka the Sith Lord.
Analyst David H. Smith has a prediction to delight we loyal shareholders in Jubilee Metals (JLP). Nope, not Colin Bird’s resignation but almost as good is his view on the relationship between platinum and palladium and why the prices between them are currently inverted. Platinum being quite rare, it is usually more expensive than both gold and palladium. This trend seems to be in the process, he argues, of returning to normal. Good news.
And now from Wales, by just 30 yards, it is my new weekly video show. This costs 99p per episode, and you can either listen to, or watch, some sparky interviews with Tony Manini of Asiamet (ARS) which, I am starting to think, I have called wrong twice in 5 weeks and then gold guru Ross Norman on where the precious metals are going this year. As a Jubilee Metals (JLP) shareholder his biggest call is the most exciting for me. As ever, on the macro view and on bitcoin, Ross is brilliant. Then from me I discuss where UK small cap shares will go in the current climate. You can access the show HERE
I start by flagging up that I aim to publish an 85 page dossier, m an opus magnus, on the sort of company Zak Mir promotes at 8.30 AM tomorrow behind the paywall. I see it as a zero. Then I discuss why Zak is, contrary to some suggestions here otherwise, a total and utter genius who did not kill Maddie and then look at his analysis of Jubilee Metals (JLP). I move on to why I’ve bought more shares in AEX Gold (AEXG) before looking at the nest of snakes at Dev Clever (DEV), its bonkers valuation and why it must collapse. I reference this excellent expose of that nest of snakes. I look at investor grief and what is happening at Supply@ME Capital (SYME) and what will happen – and when – at Dev.
I start with the annual horror that is doing a tax return for the Mrs. It was a pleasant shock. Then onto Left and Gamestop. Then I look at MyHealthChecked (MHC), Novacyt (NCYT), Jubilee Metals (JLP), another man with a posh wife who might struggle with her tax return – Mr David Beckham and E-Guild (GILD) -, and the real issue at Supply@ME Capital (SYME).
Which PR moron is advising Colin Bird and Leon Coetzer at Jubilee Metals (JLP), a company where I am, of course, a loyal shareholder. Because whoever it is should be fired on the spot. Today there is news which had me screaming at my PC, “Oh just fuck off Colin.” The sooner the old huckster retires, the better. Today’s spivery and assumption that we are all stupid really is the final straw.
As a still loyal shareholder in Jubilee Metals (JLP), notwithstanding its penny share spiv Chairman, I take a keen interest in PGM prices where, my instinct, is that the outlook is very bright indeed. It is something I shall be chatting to Ross Norman about on video next week. Anyhow, in that context I thought you might enjoy this detailed note on PGM & Lithium prices from broker Fox Davies.
A “Support from Blue Chip Institutional Investors”-titled announcement from Jubilee Metals (JLP) is actually a disappointing lack of support from directors. This is with investment by the institutional investors ‘facilitated’ not only by a partial conversion of the convertible loan note held by ACAM LP, which facilitated the acquisition of the Sable Refinery in 2019, but also by director share sales…
I start with yesterday’s Albanian lecture in honour of my late father. Then it is onto Colin Bird and Jubilee Metals (JLP), Rio Ferdinand and the Gym Group (GYM) and Toxic Dave Sefton and Iconic (ICON) in the wake of Nigel’s bombshell from earlier. One of the three is a bit of a hero and, to give you a clue neither Bird or toxic Dave ever played for West Ham. But would you want any of the three on the board of a company in which you are invested. I discuss all three situations in detail.
I start with Jubilee Metals (JLP) where I am way ahead but have had enough. The shares are cheap but I have had enough of Colin Bird spouting utter bollocks. After today, I now own more shares in this company than Bird but that is going to change. Soon, like me and Lance Armstrong with accepted Tour de France wins, we will be neck and neck. Then I look at Hawkwing (HNG), Babcock (BAB) and Conduity Capital (CCAP) run by scumbag Greg Collier.
Since both sides in this particular tussle speak only to folks of a similar bent, both will take enough from a statement that says nothing concrete to allow them to scream for joy inside their respective echo chambers. Both camps will be emboldened in their GroupThink. But should they? Here are a few hard numbers to consider…
On Joshua’s Advent calender the shepherds go to Bethlehem. That is almost true, well a bit true as I discuss. In prior years I have penned a three part Christmas carol featuring a villain of the year: Rob Terry, Neil Woodford and Chris Oil have starred. So please nominate your villain of 2020 for this year’s opus magnus below. In the podcast I discuss the IPO of Sarah Willingham’s company Nightcap on a day when most of its bars go into tier 3. She is ‘avin’ a giraffe. There are other red flags and questions to ask. Then I look at Jubilee Metals (JLP) and Bahamas Petroleum (BPC) asking if, on AIM, anyone gives a toss about the law of the land. Finally I look at Dignity (DTY) where i retain grave concerns.
We tipped Jubilee Metals (JLP) at a 4.6p offer in July 2020. Ding Dong! As we approach Christmas the shares are circa 11p, making we loyal investors pretty happy. But do not even think of selling. Here’s why:
Metals processing group Jubilee Metals (JLP) “is pleased to announce its audited results for the year ended 30 June 2020” and that “post the period under review… PGM and chrome operations delivered record quarterly operational earnings of £15.17 million”…
Jubilee Metals (JLP) “is pleased to announce that it has successfully concluded further copper tailings transactions to secure the rights to an additional approximately 115 million tonnes of copper and cobalt containing surface tailings in Zambia”…
As you can see here, I shall be engaging in a small act of defiance tonight. In the podcast I discuss UK Oil & Gas (UKOG) - forced by myself to ‘fess up today about what is happening at the Gatwick Dribbler. I look at Trainline (TRN) and explain why the soon to be ex CEO is not a crook, at Guild Esports (GILD), Bluebird Merchant Ventures (BMV) and at Jubilee Metals (JLP).
Queens Colleage Oxford has enccouraged students to snitch on their peers and my daughter, now under house arrest, has fallen victim. What a mad and dark world we live in. After discussing this I look at all the mining stocks I own and one I sold, reviewing where we are now and where the real excitement lies at: Kefi (KEFI), Bluebird Merchant Ventures (BMV), Centamin (CEY), AEX Gold (AEXG), Ariana (AAU), Asiamet (ARS), Jubilee Metals (JLP), Pensana (PRE) and Red Rock Resources (RRR).
Jubilee Metals (JLP) “is pleased… the company has received notification from the Minister of Mines and Mineral Development in Zambia of the approval of the company’s application for the renewal of Small Scale Mining Licence 7081-HQ-SML in Kabwe… and… appointment of Nicholas (Nick) Taylor as non-executive director”…
Jubilee Metals (JLP) has announced an ore supply and processing agreement which “not only significantly extends the life of the existing PGM resource but also offers the potential for Jubilee to significantly expand its Inyoni Operations”…
I start with a few thoughts on the possibility that Greece might be added to the UK’s Covid red list – feck you Boris you utter clown and here’s why. Then I see that old Warren Buffett has finally seen the light on gold and I have a few thoughts on that. Then a bullcast on why Jubilee Metals (JLP) has crossed in inflexion point and is now such a perfect investment.
A “Chrome Operations Update” from Jubilee Metals (JLP) including of “a third party Run-Of-Mine chrome ore offtake agreement that fully commits its Windsor chrome beneficiation plant for the next three years, with an option for this to be extended further” and “entered into a joint venture agreement with a privately held South African company to secure the rights to a further 35 000 tonnes per month chrome processing capacity”…
A “Further Copper Tailings Resource Secured in Zambia” announcement from Jubilee Metals (JLP), with it emphasising this looking “to deliver copper units well in advance of Jubilee’s previously announced copper transaction in Zambia and is significant step towards achieving Jubilee’s stated goal of 25 000 tonnes per annum of copper production”…
Jubilee Metals (JLP), an AIM and Altx traded metals processing company, has recently followed a “pleased to announce” six month operations update with a compelling presentation at MineProphets and at a current 4.6p offer price…
I cover this company whose shares were up by 500% at one point today. Does Synairgen (SNG) really sit on a gold mine? I also look at three David Lenigas related situations: Empire Metals (EEE), Pires (PIRI) and UK Oil & Gas (UKOG). With regard to the last of the three, I mention Jubilee Metals (JLP), in which I bought some more shares today. I also discuss the "it's too good to be true" rule ref Amigo (AMGO)
And now from Wales, by just 30 yards, it is my new, I hope, weekly show. This costs 99p per episode to access and you can either listen or watch very sparky interviews with bear raider Lucian Miers and Colin Bird of Jubilee Metals (JLP), Xtract Resources (XTR) and Galileo Resources (GLR) as well as a devestating new expose of Novacyt (NCYT) explaining why its shares will collapse by 90% and why its CEO's interests are directly opposed to that of shareholders. You can access the show HERE
This is not a buy tip. We tipped this stock to our readers at a 0.38p offer on May 1. The shares now trade at 0.87p bid. Not bad eh? We explicitly are not advising you to buy now but to those who were wise enough to follow our original tip we say HANG ON as we see the shares hitting 1.6p to sell within months. To explain why here is our original tip from HotStockRockets where we will serve up another hot share tip this Friday coming.
The great success that was the 2019 Global Group UK Investor Show saw three 'Dragon's Den' sessions where a number of CEOs each gave a 1 minute (well, supposed to be!) pitch and three 'Dragons' at each session each picked a stock for a £1,000 investment. Here’s the latest after another month...
The great success that was the 2019 Global Group UK Investor Show saw three 'Dragon's Den' sessions where a number of CEOs each gave a 1 minute (well, supposed to be!) pitch and three 'Dragons' at each session each picked a stock for a £1,000 investment. With a first update a month ago HERE, here’s the latest this month...
The great success that was the 2019 Global Group UK Investor Show saw three 'Dragon's Den' sessions where a number of CEOs each gave a 1 minute (well, supposed to be!) pitch and three 'Dragons' at each session each picked a stock for a £1,000 investment. With the show having been in the last week of March, here’s a performance update after just over a month...
Following my piece HERE which voiced concerns that formerly AIM-listed BMR Group (BMR) had simply been executed by the oxymorons, I had a chat with the company to find out what comes next. My hope is that the company will release a statement in due course, but in the meantime what I can report is that it seems all is not lost. I can also report a little more on the loss of its licence in Zambia (which was subsequently restored).
This session was chaired by our own Chris Bailey and featured Andrew Bell of Red Rock (RRR), Rob Scott of Anglo African Agriculture (AAAP - where we own shares - Ahmet Dik of Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) and Colin Bird of numerous companies, including Jubilee Metals (JLP) tipped by Andrew Monk this morning.
I start with the latest developments on Julie Meyer and hint at what is coming next from myself and also from John Galt. Julie you ain't seen nothing yet. Praise be the Lord. Then it is onto Westminster Group (WSG) and someone almost as loathsome as Meyer, that is to say ex Tory MP fat Tony Baldry. Then I look at Eden Reseearch (EDEN) which fat Tone knows well, Pantheon Resources (PANR), Advanced Oncotherapy (AVO), the tossers at the FT, Jubilee Metals (JLP) and other Beuafort Securities victims and Interserve (IRV) and the tools at the FCA.
Well I never. Colin Bird was omnipresent at the show but for Jubilee Metals (JLP) he handed over to his able CEO Leon Coetzer.
Well, well. Yesterday AIM-listed BMR ‘fessed up that it had received a default notice way back in September from the Zambian authorities with reference to its Kabwe project. The company didn’t notify the market of that until yesterday, when it ‘fessed up that it has now been stripped of the license. So what of its joint venture partner, fellow AIM-listed Jubilee Metals Group (formerly Jubilee Platinum, JLP): what did it know?
AIM-listed BMR updated the market at 1.15 this afternoon: it has been stripped of its Zambian Mining right and the shares are now suspended. And it seems the threat was known back in September, but the company didn’t bother to mention it.
Shares in the former Jubilee Platinum, now Jubilee Metals Group (JLP) have recently been on the slide – and this including after a recent Operations Update…
Jubilee Platinum (JLP) last week announced a $50 million funding package to grow its metals recovery business. Oh no Riverfort! Said the snipers. Death spirals, yak, yak, yak. They have it wrong. This deal is, if you read the detail, good news.
In this video from the storming success that was the 2017 UK Investor Show, Leon Coetzer, CEO of Jubilee Platinum (JLP), is at the podium. And make sure that you keep April 21 2018 free for next year's UK Investor Show.
Yesterday, we asked you to caption a photo that YouTube chose for our video of Galileo Resources (GLR) at the UK Investor Show which caught Colin Bird, also of Jubilee Platinum (JLP) and Xtract Resources (XTR), in a particularly animated pose. The quality was high, but the winner of the Caption Contest is:
YouTube automatically chooses a still from a video to place on the holding page. The one that the algorithm chose for our video of Galileo Resources (GLR) at the UK Investor Show shows Colin Bird, also of Jubilee Platinum (JLP) and Xtract Resources (XTR) in a particularly animated pose. Caption this picture - your deadline to post entries in the comments section below is midnight tonight ( Sunday 9th April).
I have been greatly distracted not least dealing with this utterly brain dead and vile Cloudtag (CTAG) shareholder who has been spamming me with the most ghastly abuse all day. I look at the Bob Diamond bid for Panmure Gordon (PMR) and what it means for the wider broking/corporate advisory sector. I then turn to Premaitha (NIPT) and the wider issue of the pointlessness of commissioned research. I touch on Management Resource Solutions (MRS) in light of the news earlier HERE but now the way it is really trying to screw shareholders with a 5p placing. There is comment on Jubilee Platinum (JLP). Then it is back to two old favourites: Advanced Oncotherapy (AVO) and Milestone (MSG). Woof Woof.
The latest trading update from Jubilee Platinum (JLP) is nearly all good news. The update covers the Dilokong Chrome mine tailings project (DCM) and the Hernic PGM-bearing chrome tailings project.
Jubilee Platinum (JLP) has updated that its “Dilokong chrome mine tailings team and chrome plant continue to outperform the original design numbers as the project starts to generate revenues and earnings from chrome concentrate sales”.
The fourth Dragon's Den session at UK Investor show saw myself (Tom Winnifrith), Brian Kinane and Steve Moore each invest £1,000 in shares. Our choice of where to invest was ValiRx (VAL), Jubilee Platinum (JLP), Kibo Mining (KIBO) or Ariana Resources (AAU). Enjoy.
Veteran mining CEO Colin Bird's main ship is Jubilee Platinum (JLP) but he is also leading Galileo Resources (GLR) and explains its investment case in the video below from UK Investor Show 2016
Jubilee Platinum (JLP) has updated that, having previously commenced with the commissioning of a processing plant at the Dilokong mine of ASA Metals thereby qualifying for offered incentives, the plant is now fully commissioned and operational and that its commissioning and ramp-up has reached 85% of design throughput.
Featuring shares in Aminex (AEX), Amur Minerals (AMC), Jubilee Platinum (JLP), Reneuron (RENE), SolGold (SOLG) and Xtract Resources (XTR) with share price targets set for all stocks.
Next up from the Gold & Bears video interviews is Leon Coetzer of Jubilee Platinum (JLP), shares in which I regard as cheap
And now another main stage presentation from Gold & Bears with the Van Goddess, Amanda Van Dyke leading a resources panel including Chris Bailey, Willem Middlekoop,Chris Berry and the CEOs of Bacanora Minerals (BCN), Jubilee Platinum (JLP) and Asiamet (ARS). There is also a main stage stoming by myself, Tom Winnifrith, as I put the Dutch chappy in his place.
Featuring shares in Atlas Mara (ATMA), Inspirit Energy (INSP), Jubilee Platinum (JLP), Minoan (MIN) and Pinnacle Technology (PINN) with share price targets for all five stocks.
Next up from Gold & Bears is Leon Coetzer, the boss of Jubilee Platinum (JLP), a stock we have successfully tipped on HotStockRockets and which we still rate as a buy. Enjoy.
Featuring shares in African Potash (AFPO), Bahamas Petroleum (BPC), Jubilee Platinum (JLP), MX Oil (MXO, Pantheon Resources (PANR) and Strat Aero (AERO) with share price targets set for all six stocks.
Featuring shares in Boxhill Technologies (BOX), Independent Resources (IRG), Jubillee Platinum (JLP), Oracle Coalfields (ORCP), Strategic Minerals (SML), W Resources (WRES) with share price targets set for all six stocks.
If you want me to analyse a stock for you just drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org - Today I look at shares in DDD Group, Dekel Oil and Jubilee Platinum
Featuring shares in 88 Energy (88E), Armstrong Ventures (AVP), Egdon Resources (EDR), Jubilee Platinum (JLP), Inspirit Energy (INSP), Imaginatik (IMTK) with share price targets for all five stocks.
Featuring shares in Atlas Development (ADSS), Beowulf Mining (BEM), Gulf Keystone (GKP), Jubilee Platinum (JLP), Oxus Gold (OXS), Sovereign Mines of Africa (SMA) with share price targets for all six stocks.
Featuring shares in 88 Energy (88E), Arian Silver (AGQ), Goldplat (GDP), Jubilee Platinum (JLP), Independent Resources (IRG), Xtract Resources (XTR), together with some share price targets.
Featuring shares of Agriterra (AGTA), CPP Group (CPP), Jubilee Platinum (JLP), Kennedy Ventures (KENV), Tri-Star Resources (TSTR), together with some share price targets.
If you want me to analyse a stock for you just drop me a line at email@example.com - Today I look at the shares of Aquarius Platinum (AQP), Jubilee Platinum (JLP), Premier Oil (PMO) and offer some share price targets.
Featuring shares Jubilee Platinum (JLP), LGO Energy (LGO), Nighthawk Energy (HAWK), Quindell (QPP) and Serica Energy (SQZ) with share price targets for all.
Featuring Alba Mineral Resources (ALBA), Jubilee Platinum (JLP), Paragon Entertainment (PEL), Plutus Powergen (PPG), Stratex International (STI)
Having newly raised £375,000 at a depressed 1.2p to pay licence fees on its gold and copper projects in the south of the US state of Nevada, AIM dog Galileo Resources (GLR) still feels unloved by the investment community. Yet the company, whose shares have fallen from more than 30p four years ago to a 12-month low of 1.25p in dire gold and copper markets , could be sitting on ‘a new Carlin Trend’, declares Colin Bird, executive chairman and 35% shareholder.
Depressed gold at $1,092.45c (£700) an ounce and copper at below $2.40c a lb have yet to attract hordes of bargain hunters or contrarians, but AIM-quoted Xtract Resources (XTR) is keeping up the momentum in its quest to develop gold and copper opportunities across the globe. Chaired by entrepreneurial veteran Colin Bird, of Jubilee Platinum (JLP) and Tiger Resources, and steered by chief executive officer Jan Nelson, ex-boss of Pan African Resources, the company is characteristically trumpeting the discovery of a second high-grade reef system, ‘Reef System B’, at its Chepica gold and copper mine in Chile.
Featuring Gulf Keystone (GKP), Jubilee Platinum (JLP), Phorm Corporation (PHRM), Rare Earth Minerals (REM), Stratmin Global (STGR), Vast Resources (VAST)
Featuring Arria NLG (NLG), Jubilee Platinum (JLP), Mosman Oil & Gas (MSMN), Red Emperor (RMP)
Featuring Amur Minerals (AMC), Bushveld Minerals (BMN), Coal of Africa (CZA), Edge Resources (EDG), Jubilee Platinum (JLP) and Paragon Diamonds (PEL)
Featuring Cluff Natural Resources (CLNR), Empresaria (EMR), Jubilee Platinum (JLP), Pinnacle Technology (PINN), Weatherly International (WTI)
Featuring AFC Energy (AFC), Fitbug (FITB), Jubilee Platinum (JLP), Lansdowne Oil & Gas (LOGP), Orsu Metals (OSU), Red Emperor (RMP)
John Meyer of SP Angel this morning comments on Jubilee Platinum (JLP), Hummingbird Resources (HUM), Obtala Resources (OBT) and SolGold (SOLG) as well as offering a detailed macro view on the news that is shaping global mining and the AIM mining pond.
Although we seem that the recovery here at Jubilee Platinum is very much on the way on the daily chart, it is also evidence that this recovery has been almost a year and a half in the making.
Featuring CEB Resources (CEB), DDD Group (DDD), Eurasia Mining (EUA), Galantas Gold (GAL), Jubilee Platinum (JLP), Orosur Mining (OMI)
Featuring Edenville (EDL), Jubilee Platinum (JLP), Motif Bio (MTFB), Northcote Energy (NCT), Scancell (SCLP), Xtract Resources (XTR)