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Aquarius Plat. Share Chat - AQP

Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aquarius Plat. LSE:AQP London Ordinary Share BMG0440M1284 COM SHS USD0.05
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05 -0.72% 6.20 6.08 6.34 6.53 6.08 6.22 4,808,505 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 136.2 -7.4 -0.8 - 93.12

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30/7/2015
16:19
If the medical practice behaved like Brokers, people would be dropping dead like flies through misadventure. Are they accountable for nothing? Are they are suppose to be experts? Even your local bookie is constantly right.m_n_tomlinson
30/7/2015
16:09
What I really don't understand is that in the last year not one broker has recommended a sell, yet the share price has crashed! Just what is the point of these broker recommendations? What exactly do they get paid for? Are they deliberately putting out misinformation? 9 Jul 15 Deutsche Bank Buy 6.25 - - Retains 29 Jul 15 Barclays Capital Overweight 6.25 21.00 21.00 Retains 13 Jul 15 Citigroup Neutral 6.25 11.00 7.00 Reiterates 03 Jul 15 Deutsche Bank Buy 6.25 - - Retains 30 Jun 15 Deutsche Bank Buy 6.25 24.00 20.00 Retains 18 Jun 15 Barclays Capital Overweight 6.25 21.00 21.00 Retains 18 May 15 Deutsche Bank Buy 6.25 - - Retains 15 May 15 Liberum Capital Hold 6.25 20.00 20.00 Reiterates 11 May 15 Credit Suisse Outperform 6.25 40.00 40.00 Reiterates 06 May 15 RBC Capital Markets Sector Performer 6.25 20.00 10.00 Downgrades 28 Apr 15 Panmure Gordon Hold 6.25 18.00 18.00 Reiterates 28 Apr 15 Liberum Capital Hold 6.25 - - Reiterates 15 Apr 15 Credit Suisse Outperform 6.25 40.00 40.00 Reiterates 13 Apr 15 Citigroup Neutral 6.25 15.00 11.00 Reiterates 31 Mar 15 Deutsche Bank Buy 6.25 - 24.00 Retains 19 Mar 15 Citigroup Neutral 6.25 15.00 15.00 Reiterates 10 Mar 15 Barclays Capital Overweight 6.25 21.00 21.00 Retains 03 Mar 15 Credit Suisse Outperform 6.25 - 40.00 Reiterates 13 Feb 15 Deutsche Bank Buy 6.25 31.00 29.00 Retains 12 Feb 15 Citigroup Neutral 6.25 17.00 15.00 Reiterates 11 Feb 15 Deutsche Bank Buy 6.25 31.00 31.00 Reiterates 10 Feb 15 Liberum Capital Hold 6.25 20.00 20.00 Reiterates 10 Feb 15 Cantor Fitzgerald Hold 6.25 - - Retains 06 Feb 15 JP Morgan Cazenove Overweight 6.25 29.00 20.00 Reiterates 30 Jan 15 Liberum Capital Hold 6.25 20.00 20.00 Reiterates 29 Jan 15 Deutsche Bank Buy 6.25 30.00 31.00 Reiterates 28 Jan 15 Credit Suisse Outperform 6.25 50.00 50.00 Reiterates 16 Jan 15 Panmure Gordon Hold 6.25 24.00 20.00 Reiterates 13 Jan 15 Credit Suisse Outperform 6.25 50.00 50.00 Reiterates 12 Jan 15 Deutsche Bank Buy 6.25 - - Reiterates 06 Jan 15 Deutsche Bank Buy 6.25 - - Reiterates 17 Dec 14 Deutsche Bank Buy 6.25 30.00 30.00 Reiterates 04 Dec 14 Credit Suisse Outperform 6.25 50.00 50.00 Reiterates 01 Dec 14 Citigroup Neutral 6.25 22.00 17.00 Reiterates 12 Nov 14 Citigroup Neutral 6.25 22.00 22.00 Reiterates 31 Oct 14 Deutsche Bank Buy 6.25 30.00 30.00 Reiterates 27 Oct 14 Deutsche Bank Buy 6.25 28.00 30.00 Reiterates 24 Oct 14 Credit Suisse Outperform 6.25 50.00 50.00 Reiterates 15 Oct 14 Liberum Capital Hold 6.25 - 20.00 Reiterates 15 Oct 14 Panmure Gordon Hold 6.25 25.00 24.00 Reiterates 15 Oct 14 Citigroup Neutral 6.25 22.00 22.00 Reiterates 07 Oct 14 Deutsche Bank Buy 6.25 - - Reiterates 30 Sep 14 Deutsche Bank Buy 6.25 30.00 28.00 Reiterates 25 Sep 14 Credit Suisse Outperform 6.25 50.00 50.00 Reiterates 25 Sep 14 Citigroup Neutral 6.25 26.00 22.00 Reiterates 16 Sep 14 Credit Suisse Outperform 6.25 - 50.00 Initiates/Starts 04 Sep 14 Panmure Gordon Hold 6.25 25.00 25.00 Reiterates 03 Sep 14 Deutsche Bank Buy 6.25 30.00 30.00 Reiterates 12 Aug 14 Citigroup Neutral 6.25 22.00 26.00 Reiterates 08 Aug 14 Deutsche Bank Buy 6.25 26.00 30.00 Reiteratesm_n_tomlinson
30/7/2015
15:59
hxxp://www.bdlive.co.za/business/mining/2015/07/29/aquarius-to-review-all-its-mines-as-price-of-platinum-plunges Aquarius to review all its mines as price of platinum plunges. Now I know why the directors have been dumping.. this will probably be shut down/ suspended like London Mining and African Minerals, so the directors are getting their hands on all the ready cash they can..m_n_tomlinson
29/7/2015
16:11
More than 4.5 mill shares traded.......couple of % price rise. Why not more..... and why is JLP, another Plat producer, doing so well with traders????? AIM ??? Grrrrr !!!! ENDdyfiman
29/7/2015
15:36
Thanks dros1...still seems in pretty good cash shape...thought I was probably being stupid...thanks for your research...seagreen
29/7/2015
12:14
seagreen bond of $125m to pay by the of the yeardros1
29/7/2015
10:59
Attributable group closing cash at 30 June $201 million ($196 million on Balance Sheet with a further $5 million attributable to Aquarius held in JV entities) Dros1 am I missing something ..NET cash $201m per statement Market cap ....equivalent $150m Trading at a $50m discount to cash at end of June Looks a strong hold or add for the patient one of the long term survivors????? Share price should be closer to 10p purely on cash ...?seagreen
28/7/2015
10:26
not impressing results. net cash reduced from $85m to $76mdros1
24/7/2015
12:25
net week our turn, I am outdros1
24/7/2015
10:07
newsflow in JLP - thanks to LSE if you follow JLP and webcast yesterday, you know this is not p & d. newsflow soon: - mining licence for Tjate shallow mine NPV 1.6bn within days - mining licence will trigger cash payment to JLP around 5million (making total cash £11) - confirmation of bank funding within days/weeks for Tailing projects - revised reserve upgrades for Tjate soon after mining licence - acquisition of the third tailing projects within weeks - JV confirmation for Tjate mine + more and all these for non-dilution to shareholder (we are cash rich!) look at how mining licence have unlocked values for AMC, SXX and looks at JLP chart. and even at 20% of NPV Tjate (1.6bn) will means JLP valuation market cap at $320m, ie GBP (thats around 26p) my advice, do your own research and if you are happy, BUY AND HOLDnash81
24/7/2015
09:47
anybody here in JLP - platinum tailing (not deep mine) Lonmin, and other platinum producers are in deep shaft mine (huge cost and labour intensive) while JLP is focussing on tailing (low cost and profitable), even Tjate mine is shallow mine deep (not so deep as most other mines) EXCELLENT POST FROM LSE : for those wondering why Lonmin/amplat etc are cutting cost: i am sure you are aware, those in JLP and especially those who have done their research, are well aware that platinum price is depressed and at the bottom. Lonmin, aqp and many companies are in problem and are cutting cost etc. so what make JLP so special? JLP is in tailing dump/surface projects which are very low cost (hopefully you do know what is "tailing dump" ) and this low cost project are very profitable even at low platinum price, even more so when platinum price increasing next year, as expected by many analysts. this project also not labour intensive. many platinum producers such as Lonmin, Amplat etc are mining in deep mine, down 3000m deep underground, hence huge cost are required. obviously for some deep mine, its not profitable to mine at current price. they are also labour intensive and are affected by strike in SA etc. however, JLP tailing projects which are low cost, are so profitable that several banks already confirmed to part financing these tailing projects. now waiting legal sign off (see webcast) in addition to tailing project, JLP also has Tjate, which has huge NPV of around 1.6bn. the good thing about Tjate is its not as deep as other existing mine. you can start mining as shallow as 600m deep (see JLP website) Leon already confirmed they are in discussion with several parties interested for JV of Tjate, not surprising as i am sure Amplat (for example), can see Tjate will be even more profitable (shallow mine compared to other deep mine) then their existing mature mine. these large firm will not take the risk doing the JV with JLP now as we still havent got the mining licence yet. However, once we get the mining licence (within days i believe - see webcast), the uncertainty is then removed and hence will make it easy to finalise any JV. but of course, you may not be interested to genuine response to your queries, as your objective is to deramp so that you can buy cheaper. i will say to you, " good luck"nash81
24/7/2015
08:34
Pretty grim statement from Lonmin, slashing production, big job losses. It is a battle for survival in the Platinum industry now. The question is, will the smaller guys make it through.salpara111
20/7/2015
19:43
been told tonight chinese may be interestedtemmujin
20/7/2015
19:01
Well, sold out. Pains me. But AQP must need a plat price 30-40% higher to be profitable. Plat at 6 year low. Lonmin said in May they expect it to stay there for another two years. I tend to be a contrarian buyer, but even I am not that contrarian. So there it is - capitulation. Buy buy buy! (that's not advice!) For the record, the posters a few posts up need to pay closer attention. Directors have NOT been buying recently. They were issued shares in place of salary. Two directors then chose to SELL shares.... I will look to buy back, but reckon they will see 5p and possibly below that yet. DYOR. G.garth
20/7/2015
16:00
where has our cash gone ?broshm
20/7/2015
07:40
Another 5% drop in Platinum price over wkndbigsi2
19/7/2015
21:58
Cant this fella be advised we are not interested in JLPseagreen
16/7/2015
13:35
anybody here watching JLP (PLATINUM PRODUCER). EXCELLENT RNS just now. and more are coming soon. copied below JLP so RNS today confirmed 5.2m cash. more cash will come around another 5m cash on Tjate licence confirmation (in a couple of weeks). so cash alone around £11m. our mcap now around £15m. AND, tailing project will generate profit around 21m per yeat (ie 210m for 10 years) Tjate project (which we are expecting licence) worth 1.7billion.s now, is this not JLP very undervalued?? i would say so!neilcrom
14/7/2015
18:38
SPOT ON SEAGREEN..gardenarc
13/7/2015
22:34
Should be more of a 10p company and if pgm comes back 20p...see Directors have been buying..patience etc...no surprise if there is not a few shorts being disturbed todayseagreen
13/7/2015
14:42
damn could have bought today at 5.65ptemmujin
13/7/2015
11:48
■Credit Swiss today We continue to see selective value in the PGM equities, and we upgrade Amplats to Neutral ahead of upcoming interim results and anticipated restructuring clarification news flow. Given relatively limited upside and our anticipation of relatively poor interim results, we have downgraded RBPlat to Underperform. Our other ratings remain unchanged, with Implats and Aquarius our preferred PGM exposures.dros1
10/7/2015
10:30
Down 3.9% on ASX. 3.9% wiped off the market cap on a volume of 73,148 shares ($9000).abryer
09/7/2015
12:23
Why would anyone put their hard earned here, knowing the hedgies could wipe out another 50% in a trice and on a whim? The manipulators rule here, not the investors.m_n_tomlinson
09/7/2015
12:02
Aye temmujin. There has been no major sellers, so it stands to reason this shouldn't fall. It's a disgrace the hedgies can knock down a company on next to little volume.m_n_tomlinson
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