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Shares of Vanadium mining company Bushveld Minerals Limited (LON: BMN) are trading flat for the year after falling from the 12-month highs hit in early January despite making several positive announcements since the year started.
The company revealed that it expects to mine more Vanadium this year than last year, with initial estimates ranging between 4,100 million tonnes of vanadium (mtV) and 4,350 mtV.
The miner also clarified that the strong demand for Vanadium witnessed in Q4 2020 has continued in 2021. The rising prices noticed recently result from the strong demand for the commodity amid tight supply conditions.
Bushveld warned that the expected surge in production would materialise in H2 2021 due to the 35-day maintenance shutdown of its Vametco plant located in South Africa scheduled for Q1 2021.
The company had cash reserves of $50.5 million at the end of 2020, which was more than adequate to cover its capital expenditures for 2021, totalling about 540 million South African rands (approx. £26.5mln), with most of the spending being denominated in rand.
From a technical standpoint, the company’s shares bounced off a significant resistance level in mid-February, indicating considerable upside potential if the level holds over the next few weeks.
Bushveld is well-positioned to capitalise on the high demand for Vanadium combined with its plans to significantly up its production capacity over the medium term, which is why I am long term bullish on the stock.
I’m hesitant to open a new position at current prices since the price is quite far from the resistance zone, and I’m hoping for a pullback much closer to the level before jumping in.
Bushveld Minerals share price.
Bushveld Minerals shares are trading almost flat for the year, is there more upside potential?
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