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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: $0.75 | Change: $-0.04 | %Change: -5.06%
Volume: 240,180 | Day High/Low: 0.81/0.67 | 52 Week High/Low: 1.49/0.67
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RE:Inexplicable 9.2% drop

I am guessing frustration. Frustration with the overall market. Frustration that a company that almost has a operating mine is worth less that what has been invested. Frustration with the company as...read more
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RE:RE:Inexplicable 9.2% drop

Likely not. IVN only down 2 and something %. It has everything to do with the annual report and their cash conserving strategy and financing uncertainties. I legitimately think they're having trouble...read more
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RE:Inexplicable 9.2% drop

I had thought it might be related to the "Rubber Bullets" story (I posted links to below). It only takes one 200K share investor who might get nervous that there was a protest against Waterberg's...read more
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Inexplicable 9.2% drop

Does anyone know what caused this?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Annual Report

That's what I figured you meant, but Homerun seem to be referring more about the JV part. I didn't take no rigs up to mean that they stopped drilling in Waterberg III, just a pause to regroup and...read more
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BMO Capital Markets comments on Platinum Group Metals Ltd.

According to BMO Capital Markets:   Platinum Group Metals   (PTM-TSX; PLG-AMEX)   Stock Rating: Outperform(S)   Stock Price: $0.87   Target Price: $1.90   November 26, 2014   Fiscal 2014 Results...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Annual Report

I was referring to this from the March 4th 2014 news realase that stretches from 15-30km north of current deposits. Where the company stated it was still drilling but never made another peep about it....read more
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Rubber Bullets

. . . fired at Ivenhoe protestors.  Not what I want to see is the neighborhood, especially going into a US holiday week-end. From Bloomburg: "South African police fired rubber bullets to disperse...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Annual Report

I assume that Metalcaster was referring to Waterberg III in his reference to "entire northern area" and "the rest of the Waterberg extension"   Are you referring to Waterberg I or II, in your...read more
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RE:RE:Annual Report

The goal of the Waterberg drilling has always been to assess the overall size of the opportunity.  R. Jones has shared that the major investors in the firm did not want management to discuss any M&A...read more
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RE:Annual Report

I found it most interesting that there are no drill rigs currently drilling. I can't imagine that they have drilled the entire northern area of Waterberg so are we to assume that either they shut down...read more
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RE:Why USD?

I like this as the USD is way overpriced currenlty and likley to fall. Also, this is probably gong to Liberty metals and the other major institutions already part of the support team.  rate and reply
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Why USD?

I am quite disaapointed with their decision to take the notes to American markets. For the time being Euro is a better funding currency and Yen is an even better funding currency.  rate and reply
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Annual Report

PTM/PLG's annual report is out, and on their website.   I would have hoped for a little more, and/or a little sooner.   While I still believe this to to be a potentially very low entry price, for...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:warrant pricing

Company highers an investment bank who goes to its customers (road show) and present the company and its prospect to them. They would suggest how much and up to what price they like to buy. Bank...read more
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Note Pricing

I came across this short blurb on IFRAsia's site. "There’s no update either on a US$150m issue for Platinum Group Metals Ltd, which ended a roadshow on November 11. Whispers on that deal had been...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:warrant pricing

Thanks Shakerman I found the same, but haven't found anything regarding the intricacies of how they are created, who they are sold to and how an interest rate is established. Is it the company that...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:warrant pricing

According to Investopedia:   http://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/seniornote.asp   Senior Notes   DEFINITION of 'Senior Notes'   A debt security, or bond, that takes precedence over other unsecured...read more
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RE:RE:RE:warrant pricing

I don't know much about Senior Unsecured Notes. Are they like a share sale where they can go to a multitude of buyers or do they generally go to one entity? Who determines the interest rate, is it the...read more
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RE:RE:warrant pricing

An afterthought -- note pricing matters. The lack of knowing the interest rates on the notes could be causing some buying hesitation, as it does with me.   For instance, a 7-11% rate would be much...read more