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Platinum Group Metals Ltd T.PTM

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Industrial Metals & Minerals
Alternate Symbol(s):  PLG

Platinum Group Metals Ltd is an exploration and development stage company. The Company is platinum-focused exploration and development company. It is focused on mineral properties in the Republic of South Africa and Canada.
Price: $0.54 | Change: $-0.02 | %Change: -3.57%
Volume: 1.3m | Day High/Low: 0.58/0.53 | 52 Week High/Low: 1.43/0.56
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RE:Odd?

Interesting. I don't know the answer to your last question, however.  There's obviously a reason why they've taken down the presentations. Perhaps there's more uncertainty than they would have us...read more
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Odd?

I was bored today, and decided to look through the technical reports on PTM's website. Specifically, the one that came out November 24th . http://www.platinumgroupmetals.net/files/doc_downloads...read more
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RE:RE:Dragging it down

"up in the air" Jonzee most over paid mining guy out there today. meeting any timeline PTM goals in print is non existent.......how does he keep his yob?  rate and reply
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RE:Dragging it down

Interesting that the presentations have been taken down... Why would they do that?  rate and reply
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Dragging it down

This will now become a nice trading vehicle once it gets back to my break even and I can dump my shares. No more buy and hold on this one.  I'll happily buy and sell this for profit only in the future...read more
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RE:RE:Bottom of the Market Financing

I could have accepted a rights offer as another funding option. In today's market PTM could have waited, laid-off everybody for three months, or whatever it took, to come up with a better option, and...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:207,600,000 New Shares To Complete The WBJV Project 1 Mine

Sorry for the confusion.  I looked over Peter's assumptions and saw so many holes that I hardly know where to begin.   Unless I'm missing something, he appears to base his earning on full metal's...read more
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RE:Bottom of the Market Financing

I agree that timing was a disgrace.   However, I disagree that PTM should have financed via convertibles.   Recently, many institution who buy mining convertibles, sell short positions in the...read more
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RE:RE:RE:207,600,000 New Shares To Complete The WBJV Project 1 Mine

"I"did not come up with those numbers. Peter Arendas did in Goldguys Post that I was replying to. Peter did go over his methodology in his Sept report though.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:207,600,000 New Shares To Complete The WBJV Project 1 Mine

"Even with the dilution, if WBJV is worth 1.17 a share ..." Would you mind listing your assumptions for reaching your conclusion that WBJV is worth $1.17 per share, post dilution?  What NPV are you...read more
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RE:207,600,000 New Shares To Complete The WBJV Project 1 Mine

If we are to assume that it is the same institutions that are buying the shares in the offering, there are only a couple of reasons why they would iMO. Either to protect their initial investment and...read more
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Bottom of the Market Financing

This is a disgrace. The way PTM should have done this was to do a convertible debenture. Yes, there would have been dilutive risk but it was not guaranteed like the path they have taken.  rate and reply
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207,600,000 New Shares To Complete The WBJV Project 1 Mine

http://seekingalpha.com/article/2746665-update-platinum-group-metals-issues-207600-000-new-shares-to-complete-the-wbjv-project-1-mine?uide=22777371&uprof=51&dr=1     Peter Arendas Long only...read more
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Ptm stinks

If I took my 55% loss now and the ANC came in and confiscated the company I would be slightly happy. Why do the small investors always get shafted. Jones should be sued IMHO  rate and reply
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RE:What does BMO Capital think now?

I am thinking BMO is thinking pretty good about making 5% on the shares they arrange while we lose 38% in value according to Dundee. sarc I do think its odd that BMO is a lead arranger and yet they...read more
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Dundee Capital Markets: Buy rating and $1.15 target for PTM

According to Dundee Capital Markets:   http://personal.crocodoc.com/uw8jo2e   Platinum Group Metals Ltd.   (PTM-T: C$0.69), (PLG-NYSE: US$0.61)   December 10, 2014   Rating: BUY, High Risk   Dundee...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:When I break even

The bear market on pricing just hammered these guys.  I am out of it right now but in this environment, to raise that much money it obviously had to be dilutive to entice people to buy in.  They had...read more
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What does BMO Capital think now?

Stock Rating: Outperform(S)   Stock Price: $0.70   Target Price: $1.90   December 8, 2014 Read more at http://www.stockhouse.com/companies/bullboard/t.ptm/platinum-group-metals-ltd...read more
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RE:RE:RE:When I break even

I actually think the institutions have this company by the proverbial you know what. I also don't need Jones spouting his BS anymore. We all know this is a great find but what has it turned into? An...read more
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RE:RE:When I break even

I would think the only way this could get bloody is if the institutionals don't jump in to protect their previous investment. Otherwise, I cannot believe that this isn't the bottom, especially with...read more