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  1. Default GVP GSE Systems Inc

    Here's a weekly chart. Showing some potential. Might be a good swing next week.


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    Price: $0.07
    Common Shares: 47,426,195
    Options/Warrants: Nil
    Insider Holdings: 15,391,328 or 32.5% as per www.Sedi.ca
    Website: www.canafgroup.com

    Financials (All in US Dollars – Should Be Converted into CDN Dollars for accurate value)

    ASSETS (USD)
    Cash: $671,367
    Trade Receivables: $907,084
    Income Tax Receivable: $27.960
    Sales Tax Receivable: $1,575
    Inventories: $504,600
    Prepaid Expenses: $39,166
    Property & Equipment: $1,202,245
    Intangible: $1
    Total Assets: $3,353,998 (USD)

    LIABILITIES
    Trade Payables: $732,024
    Sales Tax Receivable: $39,234
    Income Tax Payable: $958
    Current Bank Loan: $78,590
    Total Bank Loan: $411,488
    Total Liabilities: $1,262,294

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    Nine Month Results (2017)
    Sales: $8,443,667
    Net Income: $622,730 USD

    Earnings Per Share:
    $622,730 USD X 1.235(rate today) = $767,490 CAD

    $767,490 CAD / 47,426,195 (shares) = $0.016 CAD earnings per share

    MD&A Highlights

    After an extremely positive and profitable first two quarters to the financial year, Q3 reflects an expected short-term period of depressed Sales, and subsequent reduction in earnings. Despite Sales reducing significantly for the period, the Corporation remained profitable, again demonstrating its resilience in difficult trading conditions. Sales are expected to increase slightly for Q4 and Q1, 2018.

    Revenue for the 9-month period increased to $8,443,667 in comparison to $2,907,198 for the same period last fiscal year. The Corporation recorded a net income of $595,716 (C$741,080), in comparison to a net loss of $335,864 for the same period the previous year. Adjusted EBITDA rose to $881,885 (C$1,097,080) for the period.

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    The Corporation intends to continue to generate positive free cash flow during the fiscal year-end 2017 and will focus on increasing shareholders’ value, as well as investment to improve the efficiency of its older facilities, or investment into related business opportunities in South Africa

    The Corporation has an agreement to lease premises for its coal processing plant in South Africa for a term of ten years, expiring on December 31, 2020. The agreement offers the Corporation, in lieu of rent, feedstock coal to be delivered to its adjacent premises, which it purchases at market price. Should the Corporation decide to purchase feedstock coal from an alternative supplier which the lessor is otherwise able to provide, then a monthly rent of Rand 200,000 ($14,846) is payable. To date, the Corporation has not been required to pay any rent for the premises as it has continued to purchase feedstock coal from the landlord.

    The bank loan bears interest at 9.25% per annum, matures on January 7, 2019, and is secured by the Corporation’s furnace acquired with the proceeds from the loan. The bank loan is repayable over 42 months in blended monthly payments of Rand 393,779 ($29,230 translated at October 31, 2016 exchange rate). During the period ended July 31, 2017, the Corporation incurred interest expense totaling $42,420 (October 31, 2017 – $71,721).

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    In August 2006, Canaf, then known as Uganda Gold Mining, announced the termination of any further investment into its Kilembe Copper-Cobalt Project in Uganda. Since 2007, the Corporation has been involved in a legal dispute with Kilembe Mines Limited, (“KML”). In January 2013, the High Court of Uganda referred the case back to arbitration for settlement. On May 29, 2013, a preliminary meeting was held between the Corporation, KML and the arbitrator. The Corporation can confirm that further meetings were scheduled for August 2013, after filings of amended statements of defence and claims had been submitted. Since the initial meeting however the Government has awarded a deal to a Chinese Consortium to manage and operate KML. The Corporation’s appointed Ugandan Advocates have notified the board that the Arbitrator has stepped down for personal reasons. The Corporation’s Uganda Advocates and the Government’s Solicitor General have agreed to a new Arbitrator, Retired Justice James Ogoola. The parties held a preliminary meeting with the Arbitrator who requested them to provide him with their fee estimate for the conduct of the Arbitration. The estimate has since been provided to the Arbitrator who is yet to confirm whether or not he is agreeable to it. In the meantime the Corporation appointed SRK Consultants to prepare a brief document to quantify the ‘lost opportunity’ value of the termination of the Kilembe Project. During the current financial year the Corporation will utilize this document to assist in the submission of a revised claim against KML. The Corporation has received no new information since 2014, and the Corporation remains unable to give an indication of either the quantum or any likely date by which a settlement will or will not be reached. The original claim, before costs, is for a money sum of US$10,370,368 as at January 24, 2007.

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    CAF.V is starting to gain momentum as a bunch of news is coming down the pipeline in the next 60-90 days. Remember, this is easily the most undervalued earnings based company on the venture exchange. Trading at a 3.3X multiple(similar companies are 15-20X), and with an Asset/Debt Ratio of roughly 3:1, leveraged towards the USD. Just over 47 million shares outstanding with 33% insider held. CAF refines coking coal used for the steel industry, not typical coal that you find everywhere for burning. It's a special type of coal that only makes up 1% of the world coal reserves. BHP Bhiliton is Canaf's long term client and the largest producer of coking coal in the world, so it's very dependent even on a small company like CAF.

    What to expect in 90 days:

    - Year End Results February 2018
    - Q1 2018 Results March 2018
    - Update on a major deal that was announced in the MD&A

    CAF has already generating $1.1 million CDN in profit for 2017 over 9 months. In their MD&A it clearly states that Q3 was a weaker quarter and that Q4 2017 and Q1 2018 will have increased sales which will obviously generate larger profits. Recently South Africa had an election and the new leader is very pro business and could usher in major reforms to make South Africans companies more profitable.

    All information can be found on Sedar for those that want to confirm all this.

 

 

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