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BEN Bens Creek Group Plc

-0.275 (-47.83%)
15 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bens Creek Group Plc LSE:BEN London Ordinary Share GB00BP814F22 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.275 -47.83% 0.30 3,509,812 16:25:10
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.25 0.35 0.575 0.275 0.575
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Bitmns Coal,lignite Surf Mng 42.21M -24.17M -0.0604 -0.05 1.2M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:16 O 6,000 0.2799 GBX

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Posted at 15/4/2024 09:20 by Bens Creek Daily Update
Bens Creek Group Plc is listed in the Bitmns Coal,lignite Surf Mng sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BEN. The last closing price for Bens Creek was 0.58p.
Bens Creek currently has 399,873,728 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Bens Creek is £1,199,621.
Bens Creek has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -0.05.
This morning BEN shares opened at 0.58p
Posted at 12/4/2024 16:09 by papillon
Storey saw it first. He had a big stake in BEN and profited handsomely. However he saw the writing on the wall back in late spring/early summer 2022 and dumped all of his share stake causing the BEN share price to plummet. The BEN share price has never recovered from the fall and has continued to decline. Storey sold after an RNS was released. An RNS that showed things weren't going the way that AW had promised. It pays to follow the lead of savvy investors like Storey!
Posted at 04/4/2024 09:37 by papillon
WOW. The BEN share price is taking off. Currently up around 50%. Something is about to happen. I wonder what? Whatever it is those who had a punt on BEN yesterday are showing a massive percentage profit in less than 24 hours. Can't be bad.
Is the share price rise a prelude to a placing I wonder?
Posted at 04/3/2024 12:29 by papillon
And down it goes. The BEN share price is probably going towards zero. My long term chart went Strongly Bearish is early summer 2022 and it has stayed Strongly Bearish ever since.
Posted at 20/2/2024 16:01 by papillon
Even with nickel back at 2022's high price the latest funding requirements to turn HZM's Brazilian prospect into a mine likely makes it uneconomic to proceed.
Similarly even with the Met Coal price back at 2022's high of $440 the very hyped BEN share price high of just over a £1 was wildly over optimistic based on BEN's actual production figures since the IPO. The actual production figures show that the early company forecasts, issued officially and especially via social media, were wildly over optimistic. Did the BoD know that at the time? If that was the case you'd have a hard job proving it.
Shareholders can be very gullible. It's best to take what the Directors of AIM listed shares forecast with a large pinch of SALT (very apt bearing in mind SALT is the latest share to be over-hyped).That apples to ENET and EISB as well as BEN & HZM. Hopefully Penstocks (BEN), purchaseatthetop (ENET) and davethechef (EISB) have learnt from their experience and don't fall in love with a share in future. However that's unlikely given davethechef's current love is SALT!
Posted at 16/2/2024 22:32 by papillon
papillon 18 Jul '22 - 13:14 - 5854 of 11158 Edit
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Hi seagreen. I only follow the BEN share price and chart because I held shares in a Canadian Met coal miner/developer, WTN, for years. I know nothing about BEN apart from the share price and the chart and obviously what I read on this bb, but the fact is the BEN share price is currently very weak and the BEN chart is very bearish. There must be a reason for that and I don't believe PATT's negative comments are the reason.


The above is a post of mine from the summer of 2022. Proof that the BEN share price and the Bearish BEN chart was all you needed to know about BEN back then
Posted at 10/2/2024 14:55 by papillon
If one looks back at the early posts on this thread at the time of the BEN IPO it can be seen that the IPO Mkt Cap was £48m. This thread was then populated almost entirely by very, very, bullish posters. The Met Coal price was $314 and on a rising trend. Bullish posters were predicting that the company could soon be earning more than it's Mkt Cap based on the bullish production figures being issued by the company prior to IPO and in interviews (undoubtedly paid for) with Zak Mir and Proactive.
The combination of uber bullish posters, optimistic company production forecasts on social media, a high and rising Met Coal price, plus an apparently very attractive IPO valuation attracted PI's in droves and set the BEN share price started on it's rapid rise aided and abetted by the rise in the Met Coal price, which peaked at $440. During this time PI over optimism led the BEN share price to 10 bag. However reality dawned. The BEN share price was very overbought. The Met Coal price started it's rapid decline and the company's production forecasts were shown to be very over optimistic. The BEN chart turned Strongly Bearish after being Strongly Bullish for about 6 months following the IPO. Then the share price crashed as large trader Storey offloaded.
BEN was doomed. It's vastly over optimistic production forecasts plus the Met Coal price returning to a more realistic level meant the writing was on the wall for BEN. This was and still is reflected in the Strongly Bearish BEN chart. I don't like making predictions, but I believe BEN is doomed and current shareholders will lose everything.
Posted at 09/2/2024 13:12 by papillon
papillon 20 Oct '22 - 16:04 - 7530 of 11044 Edit
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Serious investors do not take any notice of what is posted on bb's, seagreen. If they did then the ENET share price would not be languishing where it currently is, as purchaseatthetop has been posting, non stop, his bullish views on the ENET bb during which time the share price has fallen from 60p to under 11p. In fact ENET is being "ramped" continuously on the ENET bb by others, yet it has had no apparent impact on the ENET share price whish is still languishing in the doldrums. Hence I think, seagreen, you overestimate the effect of purchaseatthetop's non stop bearish posts on the BEN share price
Rather I believe the drop in the Met coal price and the delays in ramping up production, as promised, are the reasons for the big fall in the BEN share price Add in the fact that the BEN share price was very overbought earlier this year.


Here's another post I made from 2022, determined. I only hold 2 shares, both investment trusts; GPM & a paltry amount of GCL. I DON'T ramp either of them! They are gambles. Pure punts.

PS I've been proved 100% correct on both BEN & ENET, bbmsionlypostafter Mk2 (or should I address you as your other alias, purchaseatthetop? 🤣🤣)
Posted at 07/12/2023 16:57 by papillon
Even relatively badly run Met Coal miners can be profitable if the Met Coal price is high enough.
I also posted that the Met Coal price is the primary driving force behind the BEN share price performance, but it's obviously not the only factor.

PS I know nothing about coal mining so I have no idea whether BEN is badly run. I do agree that the CEO makes promises that are not fulfilled. The BEN RNS's highlight that.
Posted at 07/12/2023 14:37 by papillon
Interesting post by CJohn,
I know nothing about coal mining, but agree with him that the survival of BEN ultimately depends on the Met Coal price. I have said that consistently since I first looked at BEN in the summer of 2022. The performance of the BEN share price since it floated is primarily a function of the Met Coal price and how investors forsee it's future direction.
Posted at 01/12/2023 15:14 by papillon
I'm ignoring Tweedledum & Tweedledee, seagreen. From now on they are permanently filtered. I'm not rising to their "bait" again.
I've come to the conclusion that purchaseatthetop is the charity thief, Richard Bobath and that ohojim is a supporter of said charity thief. Perhaps they're related? Who knows and who cares?
purchaseatthetop is a compulsive liar and fantasist. I've decided he's a sociopath.
I hope BEN comes good for you seagreen, but it's not for me.

Edit. The BEN share price is currently up against the resistance level determined by the low of 5 months ago.
Bens Creek share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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