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|Nice one Charlieeee . . . I'll offer up SULA . . . Not for widows, orphans or your worst enemy . . . Less than £2 million market cap, with new investors, a recent fundraising and a potentially significant gold resource . .
See today's RNS . . . But it could all go wotsits up . . .|
SLP worth a look.
Market cap £27m and really strong balance sheet, with cash of £9m plus £12m other net current assets (mainly debtors).
No debt and no danger of dilution (doing share buy-backs)
Q1 profits announced today of $5.5m EBITDA (v. profitable despite low POP).
Some similarities with this: run by really competent technical management and will go supa nova if commodity prices bounce off these lows.
If you are interested, careful timing of entry is key: despite being as guilt edged as one gets on AIM, it is heavily traded.
|Yeah, this blocks of 5k being sold. We know they are being sold how? Look at the chart above at when the share price was at its lowest, November/December last year. Can anyone remember lots of buying during that period? I can't, it would certainly have looked out of place, and yet on 26th January it's announced that Majedie have increased their holding to 6M on the open market.
A genuine good luck to those who have sold, I hope you find something less frustrating and more rewarding elsewhere. But this isn’t the price for me to exit, not after all this time, with the progress being made on the ground and the broker rec’s at over double the share price|
|So not Orion then. lol. So stale bulls are the sellers. Classic. Best of luck with HNR.|
|Somebody sounds a ted bitter . . .|
|Copper knocking on $2.15 again, has to help..
#Lango, good luck with which ever direction you go in, thanks for your inputs here on the BB, often contrarian views which is good for balance and perspective..
There are other opportunities without doubt, but with us on the verge of max capacity / potential profits I think it's worth hanging on here into 2017.
Astor is a drag on the SP, and could knock us some more if the judgement goes against us, but it won't derail the project, and can easily be paid on drip over 6/7 years as was the original agreement as Copper/profits rise.
No idea how many lots of 5K you sold off, but if they were all yours, I'm glad you're done..!|
laurence llewelyn binliner
|Bye Lango for the third time!! ( lol )
Do us all a favour and mean what you say for once!
We're well rid in my view!
|How many did you drop langostino?
If he's the only one, the share price should drift back up, if ANO 5k seller doesn't take his place?|
|Far be it for me to claim the title of Mr.5000 but I have dropped a few around that mark over the past week or so, and am now happily void of this disastrous company for the first time in six years. There are simply too many opportunities out there, especially in oils -rip XEL- to hold this dead hand investment. To those that say the Astor situation is manageable I would say that market reaction trumps fundamentals every time. Of course, it may fall in ATYM's favour, in which case I will loose out but as frogkid said that is simply a gamble and not investing. There are miners out there discovering new resources and oil companies finding new wells that can produce commercially at current prices. Not to mention interesting tech and bio companies, some of which will multi-bag. That is what AIM is all about. Emed/Atalaya had its chances and blew it every time. It is tired and overcontrolled by institutions that place no value on private shareholders . Plus ca change!|
|There is some logic to the 5K a day sells to sit on the share price in order for directors to buy in when the closed period ends soon, pending how many you would need to sell and how many you plan to buy to make the sums work..?
The price of Copper is rising, so this isn't the cause..|
laurence llewelyn binliner
|First buy of the day and theyup the offer to 79 Why don't they want people to buy
It's a fix|
|Not far short of 2 and a half pee old money and it aint the price of copper wots causing the decline.
Even old rouge must be rubbing his eyes in disbelief. Welcome to the ranks of the disillusioned rouge.|
|If ted is right about the closed periods, is Mr 5k sitting on the share price so the directors get a good price?|
|With share tranactions yesterday it looked to me as though someone had dumped the final amount, but 2 x 5000 shares today ruled that out. Annoying that such small trades can affect the share price so easily but that will apply to any upside if buyers wade in.
General market down day doesn't help caused by miners. Just holding now not adding or selling.|
|Mr 5k hasn't finished yet.
ANTO announcement today has hit its share price but could be of benefit to us - ANTO have lowered their production forecast for next year.
Good post tedoby - it could well be one or more of our old management selling.
I keep thinking to myself the lower it goes the greater the bounce.
Any lower and I might even top up for the first time in about a year.|
|Last top up time here for me will be ISA 2017, April 6th.., after Q1, a full quarter running at max capacity, before the results are known, post Astor resolution and that's it I'm done here, 7 years of adding in the making, and just going to ride the train for the dividends while hopefully the price of Copper recovers to something like $2.50/2.75/3.00/lb..
It's a long journey, the share price potential won't be realised until we are running at 9.5MTPA, and selling into a decent copper price, only then will we be spinning off enough cash for dividends, late '17 or 18, I can wait, no such thing as a quick buck.. :o)|
laurence llewelyn binliner
|Ted, good synopsis. I'm forever hopeful..........|
|For a company of this size and stature I think we would all agree we have a relatively small "freefloat". Something around 23% I believe. Within that freefloat I also think we have a number of pi's that have built up reasonable holdings of say between 100k and 200k shares. I've no doubt some may have more. Harry used to refer to them as stale bulls. He himself could be one holding around 300k shares unless he's traded some since he left. Likewise John Leach and Ronnie Beavour. It would only take one such holder to need to sell for whatever reason to explain the daily selling and share price drag that's currently going on.
Moreover though I have in mind short term opportunists that seem to drift in and out of stocks to make whatever they can when they can that could be the cause. A couple come to mind. Pi's such as Lucky Punter/Tracy Lied/Derek. But as I say there are others too I can think off.
I'm pretty certain none of the cornerstones are selling. Vanploker suggesting Orion was a seller was just another of his lies and there's been quite a few. The cornerstones are as keen as ever, I've checked that recently as well.
I've also asked if the new AIM rules that re-define "close periods" that came into force in July apply and have been told they do. Effectively we are still in a close period and have been since around the time of the open offer. However If I have it right that's about to end in around three weeks time. We appear now to have fallen into quarterly reporting on both finance and production. The next one being Q3 financials out w/c 21 November or thereabouts. After that we should have a production update mid January 2017. Given the new 30 day rules we should therefore have a period of around 3 weeks after the Q3 report to mid December in which Directors etc should be able to buy. Unless that is we have other insider news pending and falling within that window.
Good to see the price of Ag improving too by the way. That should help if it continues .
Just my thoughts and opinion FWIW.
|If it's not Astor there'll be some other excuse why the share price isn't moving north.
another 5000 sold this morning.
|Not going anywhere until Astor is sorted out or copper explodes to the upside.|
|Rougpierre. You seem to be buying 5000 at a time....are you selling them too lol!|