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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglo Pacific LSE:APF London Ordinary Share GB0006449366 ORD 2P
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.75 -0.89% 83.25 82.50 83.50 84.00 82.50 82.50 79,292 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -42.4 -42.1 - 141.48

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chick chick chick chicken lay a little egg for moi !!neilyb675
Remember that you always sling the mud first (recent "mental health test", "monkey post/picture" and neilyb's "Broadmoor" comments - all from Friday and all unprovoked). but when, after considerable patience on my side, you get your own medicine back you don't like it. so don't do it in the first place. accept that there are other viewpoints than yours on the share. discussing the merits and demerits of the share and sector in an open and polite non-personalised forum is a useful tool for everyone with much to be learnt by all. QPquepassa
Yes I most certainly am asking you for a physical challenge. I am glad that you are ready. It involves moving your fingers, wrists and arms. Here is the challenge. Tap out a response to the following question: -Have you been saying for the last two years that the share price would go up? And has it? This physical challenge also requires three additional important skills. Thought, honesty and integrity. Are you up to the challenge? It is not for me to say whether you are a coward. Let others judge you on this point at the result of the challenge. ALL IMO. DYOR. QPquepassa
I thought investors on the stock market were supposed to be gentlemen. Surely this is the moment for a dawn meeting with pistols not yah yah deh yar yar. I have been an investor in APF for many years and have made money. Still have a reasonable holding and although times are tough for any commodity holdings I think I'll still carry on holding some and maybe even add a few to tuck away until the inevitable swing back to higher prices. Thats the way I've worked for forty years of investing and am too old to be influenced by anything on BBs. They are great fun reading though!!jazz319
Why are you calling me such? Are you calling me a coward? What are you implying? Own up, explain, are you asking me for a physical challenge? I am ready if that's the case!christh
QP - straight out of Broadmoor !!neilyb675
CWA1, Spot on, but see 7495 for how deeply embedded these guys are. Even QP who loves to contribute some bearish info on APF has thrown his rattle out of the pram. Possibly understandable but take the week-end off everyone..bolador
QP recent photochristh
Possibly time to move on guys? Be the bigger person and agree to disagree then let the board get back to discuss the positives AND negatives of APF. Cheers.cwa1
you are the mouse, but more likely a monkey, a baboon. crawl back to where you come fromchristh
christh is a mouse. He is summed up by post 7329. ALL IMO> DYOR. QPquepassa
bolador, people are different, surely you can agree with that? QP follows the stock closely, so what? Some I have sold I instantly forget about and some I also follow closely.rcturner2
RCTurner2, "People who sell a specific stock tend to be biased against it consciously or unconsciously". Well,maybe. I for one do not know what my unconscious mind is thinking but as to the conscious side if I sell a stock I do not feel pressed to go on and on about it. For one thing I would rather spend time looking for a replacement stock if funds were free to invest. As to APF,despite the appalling commodity markets of the last few weeks the share price has held in the low eighties despite being xd 4p. Frustrating for bears.bolador
chris, the fact that you cannot understand other people's motives is more a reflection of you not them. QP held the stock and then sold. Now he takes an interest in the long term movement of the stock and the sector. Pretty much the same reason I follow this thread. People who sell a specific stock tend to be biased against it consciously or unconsciously.rcturner2
bolador, I concur with your post. QP has no holding in APF, yet is permanently in this thread blaming management, company progress,investments,coal royalties,et. anything he can think of. I have come to the conclusion that is either a disgruntled employee who was fired or laid off or someone who lost money shorting APF. Weird character!christh
The bearish view of QP has been supported by an impressive collection of data, so far. The recent selective quoting about dividend sustain sustainability not so good.Reading all recent posts, lastly from christh, will show that clearly. For now I am puzzled by QP's motive.bolador
"This, along with an expected continued recovery of production within our Kestrel royalty area will further underpin Anglo Pacific's dividend." see post 7482 for those who can not read or comprehend!christh
What Is The Future of Coal? 5/01/2013 @ 8:12AM 19,266 views Coal’s potential transformation might be juxtaposed next to that which occurred in the telecom sector. There, rotary phones were replaced with touch tones that are being supplanted by mobiles and internet protocols. While the coal lobby has fought tenaciously, utilities are ditching their older and dirtier — but still workable — power plants built around the 1950s. Instead, they are installing modern pollution controls and experimenting with advanced coal generation. In fact the U.S. Energy Information Administration says that coal-fired facilities are using $30 billion worth of scrubbers. It says that such devices had been placed at 110 plants in 34 states between 2007 and 2011. So, 60% of the coal fleet now has that equipment. That is working to cut sulfur dioxide emissions that cause acid rain — an emission that has fallen by 68% between 1990 and 2011, the agency says. At the same time, some deep-pocketed utilities — with the assistance of the federal government — are building coal gasification units. Those facilities can cleanse coal of nearly all of its emissions before the fumes leave the smokestack. And because the technology works to concentrate the carbon dioxide, that release could be captured and buried. Here, Duke Energy and Southern Company have such projects while the FutureGen 2.0 is entering a new, critical phase. “The consequence of our modernization program … is going to allow us to retire almost 7,000 megawatts of owned coal plants,” says Duke Energy Chief Executive Jim Rogers, in a conference call. “That is almost 50 units that will be retired. And it will be replaced with more efficient coal and more efficient gas plants …” Read more on http://www.forbes.com/sites/kensilverstein/2013/05/01/what-is-the-future-of-coal/christh
Here are the exact words used in the video interview by the CEO on the topic of the dividend and dividend policy. QUOTE ...so we can borrow a small mount of money if necessary to see us through that level.... UNQUOTE Seems pretty clear what is being talked about. ALL IMO. DYOR. QPquepassa
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