Monday, 23 June 2014

Batero Gold - Another net-net - (CVE:BAT $0.095)

Another short, sweet, net-net. This company has 15.5 cents per share of net cash after all liabilities on its balance sheet. It also owns a small, low-ish grade mining property in Columbia. However, the mine is oxide, and could be surface mined and then heap leach treated, so it still has potential. Nonetheless, an undeveloped mine owned by a net-net is just potential option value, as at the current 9.5 cents per share the company is trading at 63% of net current asset value, in the Ben Graham wheelhouse. The company has also announced plans to reduce their cash burn, which I like. They've also suggested they might buy an undervalued junior, which I don't like.

Disclosure: Long BAT

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