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Anglo Pacific Share Chat (APF)

Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglo Pacific LSE:APF London Ordinary Share GB0006449366 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.75p -2.99% 56.75p 56.00p 57.50p 59.00p 56.75p 59.00p 84,790 13:11:50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -42.4 -42.1 - 96.44

Anglo Pacific Share Discussion Threads

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09/2/2016
12:29
When you look at steel-making giant ArcelorMittal which just reported a jaw-dropping US$8billion loss last week, it reveals a disastrous period for steel-makers. This is further bad news for the coal sector. The oft-repeated mantra by certain parties that steel-making/coking coal is immune from large price swings/downturns would appear highly questionable. ArcelorMittal said that they expect the steel markets for 2016 to be very tough as well. This is not a supportive market for coal in my view. Neither electricity-making coal, nor steel-making coal. ALL IMO. DYOR. QPquepassa
08/2/2016
13:38
Good support at this level making progress bought more a few days back.stavros28
08/2/2016
13:37
Well the last 6 posts gave me a good laugh. Talk about deluded.rcturner2
04/2/2016
23:44
All going well.market sniper1
04/2/2016
21:46
Hi Neil, yes I got my divi, long may continue. It will improve with time irrespective how much some posters are trying their best to rubbish it. APF is one of the best investments around. It will get back to the ftse 350 in 3-4 years time.christh
04/2/2016
12:46
christh - have you received your 18% yield dividend from Anglo today ??? RSVP best regards Neilyb675 (holder of Anglo Pacific shares)neilyb675
04/2/2016
12:44
Love this stock Directors big buyers and its very cheap at current levels.stavros28
04/2/2016
12:34
Mine too, any other posters received their 18% yield dividend, luvley jubbley..djgrantb
04/2/2016
12:12
I'm pleased to confirm that my dividend has arrived in my dealing account today. best regards Neilyb675 (holder of Anglo Pacific shares)neilyb675
01/2/2016
13:04
Bolador, I believe that you are a scoundrel, very sarcastic indeed and a bald-faced liar to boot. Although your posts go back to October 2014, this is what you wrote last year in July (Post 7390 ) when the share price was nearer 90/100p:- Quote Interesting IEA forecast on coal posted by Piedro. And the rest of the world ? Commodity markets are cyclical,there is nothing odd to see here, business as usual, move along. Temporary lower demand, lower stock prices, opportunity knocks. That's what the boys and girls think at APF and I am along for the ride. Hopefully getting 7% pa whilst I wait. I think it was in the late 1980's when oil traded at $10bbl and the Economist was looking for $5. Que Passa indeed. Unquote Readers can draw their own conclusions about your clear lack of integrity and your blatant lies about your length of ownership of the share. It is also more than comical that you suggest I display superiority when you are unable to acknowledge that President Obama is a dignitary or that anyone at COP21 is a dignitary "I cannot think of one worthy of the title". Are you perhaps a very short man with a very big inferiority complex with several very large chips on his shoulder? ALL IMO. DYOR. QPquepassa
01/2/2016
12:27
Just made bang on 200 quid.neilyb675
01/2/2016
12:06
QP, Did I say I had been backing APF for a long time ? I have said many times that I have followed the share for a long time. As always, you have trouble with words. I am on record as having bought stock recently at 53p and 57p, whilst you do not even have the guts to say whether you have ever bought or sold any stock or share. As to dignitaries at COP 21 I cannot think of one worthy of the title,The President of France a socialist who crept around Paris on a scooter in order to cheat on his partner,that UN man another socialist nonentity, President Obama the man who lost the west, and Dave (!)are just a few players to be going on with. Be sure, QP,there is nothing sarcastic in my criticism of you. From what you write I believe you to be a wicked individual with a disgusting sense of superiority.bolador
01/2/2016
11:42
no. calling nelly belly a drunkard and an alcoholic is not sarcastic. it is realistic. qp ps. if you don't want a battle, don't start one up in the first place, like you recently did again. Totally unprovoked, yet again.quepassa
01/2/2016
11:20
boladaor, to defend QP regarding Neil, he does quite regularly post references to alcohol, often along the lines of "my first drink today is ..."rcturner2
01/2/2016
11:18
bolador, I bought at £14 a share so all fine so far. There is obviously quite a significant tail risk given the oil price outlook. However I think the chance of good long term success at that entry price is probably at least 80%.rcturner2
01/2/2016
10:36
RCTurner2, How are you getting along with your purchase of RDSb ? Very tempted myself but do not want to be cannon fodder as you call the hapless private investor.bolador
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