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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
  -0.15p -3.24% 4.475p 4.35p 4.60p 4.625p 4.425p 4.625p 1,773,383 11:46:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -3.1 -0.8 - 32.01

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28/7/2017
09:20
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 4.63p.
Asiamet Res has a 4 week average price of 4.25p and a 12 week average price of 4.13p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.08p.
There are currently 715,354,302 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,340,461 shares. The market capitalisation of Asiamet Res is £32,012,105.01.
19/7/2017
11:59
mount teide: RNS spike - another highly encouraging news release and another predictable share price response from the mm/machine gun big seller! What makes little sense, is why the mm/seller is not allowing the share price to lift to 6-7-8p before unloading further stock? Surely they want the best possible price for the stock? Suggests the only plausible explanation is that they know something the market is yet to find out - since no one knowingly undersells an asset. If it subsequently came to light that this proved to be the case, and there was clearly an ulterior motive(insider trading) at play, then whoever is involved in the share-price suppression has left a visible audit trail that even Steven Wonder and Ray Charles could spot!
04/7/2017
19:11
mount teide: Its likely that during the last three months or so, one or more shareholders with large non disclosable positions, probably placed them with brokers/MM's to sell down - at a minimum price of circa 4.75p. MM's have been using the stream of positive news since, to sell at prices well above the average 4.75p, knowing full well it would allow the volume selling to continue all the way down to circa 4p to 4.25p, and still keep the overall average sell price at 4.75p. At which point the mm's have been relying on the price/chart to attract value investors and short term momentum traders, to gently push the share price north again, as they await the next positive news release to generate a further share-price spike, enabling a rinse and repeat of the cycle until the full position/s is/are disposed of. On the chart, it's easy to spot the days when positive news has been released - the daily chart has a large spike, high volume and a close at or close to the opening price - and is usually followed by 5 or more 'managed' down days.
04/7/2017
14:58
mount teide: Since the Feb high circa 365m(50% of total) shares have been traded, and the share-price is currently some 25% lower. On the previous two occasions this year the share price traded above 5.3p, it took over a month to decline back to 4.25p. Since the high last week, it has taken just 4 days to fall back to circa 4.25p. Now nearly 25% down from last week's share price peak, post the stellar resource update RNS - laughably, the Management are at risk of having to issue a "we know of no reason for the recent share price decline' RNS! IG's clients are 100% long. As Harry Markopolis commented on equities "If the selling or buying seems to be totally illogical, its usually because those doing most of it know something the majority don't!"
04/7/2017
11:37
dorset64: I would rather agree with 2LB in that there is quite obviously something holding the share price back here, and not just one of an insti or a number of very large pi's selling out, as this has now been going on for months after months after months, so you have to look for a reason as to why. Going forward we are fully funded according to the BoD's so that points to there not being a fund raising coming soon, irrespective of what one or two idiots might continuously post. We have gone from inferred to actual meat on the bone so that can only be a positive, We have seen our core products increase in price month after month with, according to whom you speak to, a pending deficit year on year of copper which can only help the mechanics of opex for us. We have seen increased deposits on all of our assets over the past few months with no 'bad' news whatsoever, so what is actually holding us back? My guess and that's all it can be is a little pi selling along with the T trade brigade selling out on any news, plus the fact that without a licence to extract it doesn't really matter how much you have in the ground if you don't have a permit to remove it. We now need to move mountains in order to get the government to finally ratify the production licence and allow us to get moving towards productions as, when we do, imo the share price will then be rocketing northwards and not too much before.
30/6/2017
08:29
mrpiggy: Piggy smells Truffles!!HB made some very good comments when he stated that for this to rise we need government permits, finance and copper to be high at the time of production for this to get its true value and I am in full agreement,and that the market sees this as a tiny company that is years away from production, true but that will change very soon.... As Tony stated in the podcast there are very few company's coming on line soon enough to fill the widely predicted copper deficit! HB also stated that once the seller is out of the way this will rise... Correct once again BUT please don't focus on the share price, focus on the news coming out or Asiamet and if you like what you hear then that is all that matters.... The share price will take care of itself. I could smell truffles when I got my snout into solgold, unfortunately the market didn't and my 11p investment turned into not much more than a penny.In early 2016 it started to rise and in a few months it turned to a 48p stock! I smell truffles here too and see true value , I intend to retire in 2022 when this will be between the price range I have already stated.
01/4/2017
10:11
cyberbub: I agree there is a strong chance of a £1bn plus company here, *if* everything comes off.The question is, how many shares will be in issue by then?If TM can get mostly debt financing for the 10kt operation, which then fully finances the 25kt operation, then we will be absolutely laughing and the share price could be over a quid in 5 years' time.Nevertheless I still assume any financier will expect to see an equity component of fundraising? Usually it's 30% or so, not sure why ARS would be any different?So we just need to work out what 30% of the 10kt capital costs are, and guess what share price it will be raised at?
31/3/2017
22:37
highly geared: GGP has MTR behind it so a fan base to pump it. It is years off ever producing a JORC resource for E.G.and will need several million of funding, 2-3 years and several drilling campaigns. However , they spin the " major gold province" line well! Here with ARS, we have a distraction asset ' Jelai, that we will probably sell which has c 2 million oz of gold, more than GGP will have in the next 5 years. It shows what tremendous assets ARS has. If we see another commodities boom 2020-2025 and with BKM in production and with a production licence for Beutong,then ARS will be worth north of £1 billion. You need a lot of patience here but the rewards are potentially huge and the downside limited. If we achieve a doubling of share price every year between now and 2021 , I'll take 64p in 4 years.
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.
24/11/2016
07:47
2lb: Copper still surging - generality this does not bode well for the ARS share price :-)
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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