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KGL, KENTOR GOLD LIMITED
wolverine
post Posted: Jul 21 2014, 09:20 PM
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In Reply To: mukulu's post @ Jul 21 2014, 03:29 PM

Where to indeed, $15m in cash and a market cap of around $40-44m and some very high grade intercepts.

They have enough cash to drive it along for a while longer.

40c looks a chance on the charts as an interim target.



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In Reply To: wolverine's post @ Jul 18 2014, 01:51 PM

What the.... glad i held on and my losses being mitigated. where to next?

 
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In Reply To: nifty49's post @ Jul 18 2014, 12:10 PM

I bought a few today at 17.5c

The market cap seems low relative to the cash on hand just under $15m.



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In Reply To: melua's post @ Jul 17 2013, 01:42 PM

Good day to be still holding these. Have been waiting for a rainy day!

Nice drill results SP @ 22 as I type.

 
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In Reply To: melua's post @ Jul 17 2013, 01:42 PM

Brad Gordon must be a glutten for punishment. Now CEO at African Barrick.

African Barrick CEO quits amid sharp gold fall
Cecilia Jamasmie | August 21, 2013

African Barrick CEO quits amid sharp gold fall
Hit by rising costs and declining gold prices, African Barrick (LON:ABG) announced Wednesday it has appointed a new CEO, Brad Gordon, who is replacing Greg Hawkins effective immediately.

As most miners, African Barrick —Tanzania's largest gold company— has been struck by lower bullion prices, high costs and production delays resulting in three consecutive years of output decline, and a 73% value loss since it listed in London in 2010.

The company said that exiting executive Greg Hawkins had left “to pursue other interests,” giving no further details for his sudden departure.

The new CEO, industry veteran Brad Gordon, inherits the challenging task of turning around the struggling company’s operations, particularly in Tanzania. There the miner faces multiple issues, such as illegal mining, strikes, electricity shortages and even a lawsuit.

Last month, a group of Tanzanian villagers filed in London a claim over the deaths and injuries of locals, including one incident where five men were shot and killed at the North Mara gold mine in May 2011.


 
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In Reply To: melua's post @ Jul 16 2013, 06:25 PM

Sold at 10.5c for a 100+% gain in a week.

 


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In Reply To: nathanblack's post @ Jul 15 2013, 05:34 PM

I'm surprised more didn't buy at 5c when it resumed trading.

 
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In Reply To: melua's post @ Jul 11 2013, 10:51 PM

I would think the cash backing is less. The $1.5mil deposit is almost gone now. Then $3mil for the DOCA. Leaves just $11.5mil from the Andash sale. Salaries and planned drilling in Jervois will eat into it quickly and Murchison care and maintenance. I'd say cash backing is closer to 10c and entry at todays price (7.3c) is dangerous on a risk adjusted basis for Andash sale. But if sale goes ahead then possibly get the 10c and maybe a bit more.

 
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In Reply To: flower's post @ Jun 4 2013, 07:46 PM

Bought some at 5c. Assuming the Andash sale goes through and then KGL tip in $3M for Murchison creditors, that will leave around 12c per share in cash with no debts.
I have zero confidence in management but don't mind buying 12c worth of liquid assets for 5c. Previously sold all my holding at $1+, some at around the $1.40 mark.

 
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In Reply To: nathanblack's post @ Jun 2 2013, 09:03 PM

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Stubborness killed them. They knew long before the market knew about Murchison. But they kept selling the story and trying behind the scenes to save it. Maybe you can blame the fall in gold but management are naive if they didnt factor that into the feasibility of the project


Hi---have never quite understood why KGL had any hope, two simple charts tell the story, surely on a weekly basis a gold stock should at least trade in the general direction of the host commodity.
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