Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Arian Silver Corporation LSE:AGQ London Ordinary Share VGG0472G1147 COM SHS NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.80p 0.75p 0.85p 0.80p 0.80p 0.80p 33,317.00 07:55:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -10.5 -31.2 - 1.47

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Arian Silver Daily Update: Arian Silver Corporation is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AGQ. The last closing price for Arian Silver was 0.80p.
Arian Silver Corporation has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 183,694,941 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Arian Silver Corporation is £1,469,559.53.
magnus9: trenchstench Must agree your pig analogy is more apt for Arian especially as the share price and POS are looking a bit "Perky" of late :)
highly geared: They will need millions to drill and prove up a Jorc on their residual concession so shareholders will likely be heavily diluted ( again) to fund this. They need silver to take off again to achieve some blue sky hope value in a frothy share price.
grbaker: Some news out recently (24th Aug. '16):
lazygun: 186 mill shares in issue, so mkt cap £1.86 mill. Circa £1.5 mill in cash tops ( 2 placings - £700k & £750k before expenses, plus $238k working capital as at end Jan 2016. So Mkt cap still higher than cash. Also tailings is more silver oriented than gold I think ( apologies if I'm wrong)... But sentiment to silver probably not as "buzzy" as gold.... Could see share price drift as much as half its current position. Plus side, opportunity is still to prove up a low cost tailings extraction opportunity. Maybe this is one which might benefit from the current legendary PJ/Mtr effect as people are referring to it... Tenuous link. Mtr invested in red rock, which is invested in shoats creek oil, and Nct. Nct has Mexico business opportunities and connections.... Arian project is in Mexico..... Who knows... L.
weeeck: He will not buy it back. He will talk investors into backing him to develop the mining concessions that he has or sell them on to somebody else. Either way he will maximise the investment he still has in Arian. The current flurry in the share price is boiler room activity so just ignore it. I am sorry for your loss at the price you paid for the shares but that is life. My advice ( no advice intended )is to write the shares off as I have done but be aware that JW might just pull a rabbit out of the hat. Be aware that the minute he sells his shares then it is time to exit. Again no advice intended DYOR etc.
enamel: Did the sharply lower price of silver have anything to do with the collapse of the share price.
petersmith3: PPG - one of the safest aim stocks with 10-bag potential! Plutus has already been awarded management contracts for 5 X 20MW generating sites. Each will cost £5.4 million to construct and are funded by between £3 million and 3.6 million in EIS equity and the balance in project or asset finance debt. Rockpool Investments has managed to raise £17.8 million in EIS funding. I understand that each 20MW site could potentially generate on average £340,000 net annual profit for Plutus, even if only running for 120 hours per annum. So 10 sites (the stated target within 3 years)would be likely to produce £3.2 million in net profit to Plutus, equivalent to 0.43 pence per share. If all 10 are contracted under the Capacity Market, this would add another £1.5 million in net profit (equivalent to a further 0.20 pence per share), making a total of 0.63 pence net profit per share. This is all well and good, but it is already on the cards I understand that this 3 year target of 10 sites will be smashed in the first year. I believe we could be more than double that number of sites by August 2016, in which case we are talking of between 1.5 pence and 2 pence net profit per share. So the price target for the share should be a minimum of 20 pence by August 2016. If this comes about (20 sites plus) the sentiment and probably further institutional investment stakes will ensure that it goes north of 25 pence a share. So this would mean a 2,500 % increase on the current share price.
mostyn: BIKWIK, Thanks for the reply/clarification. I agree that Arian does look very undervalued. It's interesting, looking at the chart, that they have been given no credit for actually going into production and the share price is still hovering around the lows. Most mining stocks at least see a ramp up in the share price when they approach production but this has not, so far, been the case for Arian. I do like the look of silver and gold and believe (rightly or wrongly) that these markets will be the name of the game over the next few years. If I'm right there will be multiples to go for in the Arian share price. With an all in cost of $14 per ounce I wonder where the share price would be if the price of silver went back even to $25 an ounce, and some commentators are predicting much higher prices.
boadicea: The following extracts from the above (thanks to WS) are of particular interest - "TMR: Can you give an example of a recent good streaming agreement? "LR: In October, Quintana Resources Capital ULC, of which I am part of the management team, did a deal with Arian Silver Corp. to stream a portion of the lead and zinc byproducts from its San José project in Mexico. We also assumed an existing debenture, but the primary financing was the base metal stream. Arian got $16M in capital, which was all it needed to bring San José into production. It got that money without giving up any silver or having to issue new shares. And there is no hedging, so shareholders can realize the full upside potential of Arian’s silver production. "If Arian had raised that $16M through equity—even assuming it could have done so at the then share price—existing shareholders would have surrendered 50% of the entire company. The question was whether Arian would have been better served by streaming 78% of its byproducts and keeping all its silver or by giving up half of the entire company in an equity issue. The fact that Arian’s share price held up in a down market suggests that investors like the streaming option..... .... Arian is now weeks away from full operation at San Jose and is on the verge of becoming a profitable producer. Its share price is now significantly higher than it was before the deal and is set to move higher as production gets underway in the next few weeks."
king suarez: Nice spike in silver price today - nice dip in AGQ share price...
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