Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Asiamet Res LSE:ARS London Ordinary Share BM04521V1038 COM SHS USD0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.175p -3.54% 4.775p 4.65p 4.90p 4.95p 4.75p 4.95p 2,075,245.00 14:47:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -4.9 -1.4 - 33.90

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24/2/2017
08:20
Asiamet Res Daily Update: Asiamet Res is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ARS. The last closing price for Asiamet Res was 4.95p.
Asiamet Res has a 4 week average price of 4.33p and a 12 week average price of 3.17p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.85p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.20p.
There are currently 709,940,689 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,934,179 shares. The market capitalisation of Asiamet Res is £33,899,667.90.
18/2/2017
15:34
freddie ferret: Right, re Horneblowers last post. The fact is this time the share price has not gone vertical, but has risen at a sensible rate with some consolidation along the way. Adorling re your 5322 above. I was going to mark you up however I read the second sentence and thought it rather silly. Perhaps some reflection is required. There were spikes in the summer of 2014 and spring of 2016. They were both charterised by very rapid movements upward of over 20% a day followed by equally dramatic sell offs. One needs to understand the reasons for this. Speculators buy on upward share price momentum, their object is to sell out at the top. Trader chimps. When a share price goes up more and more of these get drawn in if the company is ramped on bbs. Basically they buy intending to sell at the top. If a share price retraces a bit all the trader chimps jump ship and the price collapses. In order for the full value of a share to be achieved it is neccessary for the trader chimps to be burned off on the way up by retraces. In order to avoid trader chimps joining the party in the first place it is neccessary for the share price to rise at a slow and rational rate. If a share rises at a sensible rate investors will buy, not with the intention of selling but with the intention of seeing a return on the shares in terms of profits and dividends. Ramping excites chimps. Chimps wreck long term share price performance they deter investors who fear the sell offs that they bring.
09/2/2017
19:47
gary1966: Freddie, If you want to return to planet earth look at the existing NPV and apply a big discount. Then compare with the current share price. Then ask yourself did the market have the right value for this company before the recent rise. Then ask yourself if the market has now got the right value for this company. Then you have to ask yourself whether the feasibility drilling has been better or worse than was assumed when calculating the current NPV. Then ask yourself again whether the market has the right value for this. As for institutional investors not liking making returns quicker than they expected, I think you must be living on a different planet. They are greedy, they want to bank a profit as quickly as they can. If you think the market always get values right and occasionally it is wrong for shares to catch up with events, then you are also living on a different planet. It is because at times the market is ineffcient that opportunities arise to make money either long or short. If the answers to my questions above are yes then you have made your investment decision and I would respectfully ask you to go away, unless you can come up with figures to show that the recent and any future rise is unjustified. If the answer to my questions is no then ignore where the share price has come from and focus on where it is going. ATB Gary
09/2/2017
08:38
adorling: We ARS investors know where this share price will eventually be because the guy who is running this great Company has done this all before several times. He will create a $billion company (his words) so work the multiple out yourself - short term profit taking will look like a huge opportunity missed to have made many multiples of today's share price.
01/2/2017
22:13
highly geared: ARS is a long term play. If you aggregate BKM and Beutong and take an optimistic view on total resource ( including inferred) and wider resource drill out/ Jorc expansion, it is simply astronomical... most likely a world top 3 copper resource 2020-30. There will be dilution to fund ongoing development but there's every possibility of ARS being a £ billion company in time. I suspect once the production licenses are confirmed , the de- risking will see the share price rapidly accelerate. The big money will be made waiting 3-5 years. A 20-50 bagger from here is not out of the question.
14/12/2016
17:34
adorling: To all you guys and girls who attended the Counting House meeting with TM. We all know that ARS will be many multiples of today's ridiculous price and market cap in 2018-2019 when we are producing low cost, low strip ratio, high crush size, heap leach copper which is likely to be over the $3.25 forecast in the PEA report. All indicators are pointing north and the share price will join these measures soon. Never forget that when Tony took Oxiana from $3 million to eventual sale at over $6 billion he stated that he wants to do the same with ARS. I believe him to the tune of a 6 million personal share holding and I need to let the TM pledge deliver as I have no intention of selling until we are at least in excess of 50p or taken out for over 100p. Patience is required but I have a high confidence TM and his team will deliver. I have a retirement date of 2024 but ARS might deliver retirement in 2019 for me. Keep the faith investors and let the traders enjoy their occasional £100 profits less trading costs but I am looking for £millions not £pounds to execute my sale eventually.
01/12/2016
12:01
charles clore: My fund raising theory relies upon the fact that there has been persistent selling for the past few weeks and this goes against the dramatic improvement in the price of copper and the company's improving prospects. The selling would appear to be consistent with the practice of forward selling of placing shares. This happens when the placees take advantage of a higher price than the new issue price and short sell into the market prior to the issue and closing their short on receipt of their newly issued shares. This results in a reduction in the share price. If the placing price was higher than today's share price there would be no point in short selling and they may even be buying more and making a profit that way! Either way I don't know how they get away with trading a share as insiders!!
24/11/2016
07:47
2lb: Copper still surging - generality this does not bode well for the ARS share price :-)
14/4/2016
10:41
brewsters_millions: Now as a MI I am looking at the figures the MB came up with Market cap £59.26M which equates to a share price of 10.31p Now as a MI I am going to consider that even after the sale of Jelai We will JV 33% of the project away for financing £59.26 x 67% = £39.7M retained = 6.9p share price Now I'm a really MI and think 10% Dilution also ! shares = 574.6m increasing to 632m (approx.) Now the share price is estimated at .6.2p Current share price (as an MI I'm looking at bid) is 3p So after being a Miserable Banker AND a miserable Investor I think the share price will double during the development stage I really cant get more miserable than that !!
30/3/2016
08:46
brewsters_millions: i think people will at least top slice in AST today (I did) and the next logical move for the sun chasers is ARS because of the pea. Such a solid company with massive potential I hope people see that and hold post pea , If people arnt in yet now is definately the time if you think long term Consider when KSM comes online $44m per annum , then consider when Beutong comes online $176m per annum Both conservative estimates in my opinion So plenty of time .. yes and no .. let me explain my thinking for any potential LTH Yes you might think in a few years time the share price is 30p / 50p £1 (i dont know) and so why buy now , plenty of time even if paying 6p or 9p BUT consider .. £5000 investment @3.5p = 142857 shares x possible share price of 30p =£42857 £5000 investment @4.5p =111111 shares x possible share rprice of 30p = £33333 £5000 investment @6p = 83333 shares x possible share price of 30p = £24999 In the example above the difference is £17858 profit Now imagine the difference if the share price was bigger or the initial stake was higher If youve got this far the point im trying to make is .. right now .... ITS ALL ABOUT THE ACCUMULATION OF SHARES gla
02/3/2016
07:17
adorling: From RNS... "The combination of a good grade, heap leachable, low stripping ratio copper deposit in a low cost operating environment like Indonesia is highly compelling, and while we still have studies to complete, results to date indicate that the Company has good reason to be optimistic on the PEA outcomes. Success in developing BKM to its full capacity will provide the platform for Asiamet to continue growing its copper and gold production base via the large Beutong copper-gold project and further exploration of its highly prospective land holdings, the key foundation assets upon we are striving to build a leading Asian copper and gold company." ....."good reason to be optimistic".... A big clue in those words and a good entry point for new investors in the next 2-3 weeks before this "optimistic" PEA is finally published and we see ARS share price start to progress to its real value IMO.
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