Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Firestone LSE:FDI London Ordinary Share GB00BKX59Y86 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.50p +2.73% 56.50p 55.50p 57.50p 56.50p 55.50p 55.50p 625,688 13:46:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -4.6 -2.1 - 177.95

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21/10/201615:26Firestone Diamonds discussion thread2,543
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Firestone Daily Update: Firestone is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FDI. The last closing price for Firestone was 55p.
Firestone has a 4 week average price of 53p and a 12 week average price of 46p.
The 1 year high share price is 56.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 15.50p.
There are currently 314,948,244 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 269,717 shares. The market capitalisation of Firestone is £177,945,757.86.
andy: Varrirob, Interesting, thanks for that link. With FDI within a year of scheduled production, it would be hard to see a deal being agreed that would delight FDI shareholders with the current share price as the starting point. I would personally be disappointed if they did a deal now, they would be almost certainly trading away the potential upside IMHO. Management topping up is a good sign though.
varrirob: This has been a labour of love share for so long now. It's been an uphill struggle so two more issues won't be a surprise. I just hope that by the time we start liberating diamonds the sector has recovered. Actually, maybe it's a good thing that the bad times are happening now before we start. It would be even worse if we were doing well and the share price was bad because of the market. I am in Lucara and it couldn't get much better than that as a diamond mine but the share price has tanked.
earnestwipplethwaiteiii: The two most pertinent reasons that the share price is discounted are first, that there is considerable macro risk, in that the world economy looks very shaky for the foreseeable future, and secondly, given their track record, few people are convinced that FDI will complete their upgrade in Q4 2016 as currently scheduled (such assurances from the Company are somewhat of a moveable feast, to say the least). However, plaudits for having secured financing against the odds in the first place.
tradermel: Interesting post by "HPC Follower" on iii FDI is an obvious candidate for Anglo Pacific investment and Julian's directorship may have helped him get this new job. As Anglo Pacific CEO, he wil have a lot of influence over their funds for investment and he will want to see Audley get full value from their current FDI investments. Julian is no fool and has the business contacts/influence to make a success for both FDI and Anglo Pacific Group. This is encouraging and does explain why the FDI share price is recovering, assuming Anglo Pacific are in the mix for the new Plant plan.
bigglesbingham: What does this sound like as a theory: funding for 80/85 % arranged. The residual has been arranged through major shareholders at a share price higher than currently traded( but not as high as it'll go once everything confirmed)because they know it the final piece in jigsaw and once confirmed share price will be towards 8 p. so someone heard something along these lines and buying at suppressed lows??? Open to comments
earnestwipplethwaiteiii: Space - how about this - I'll tell you what I think will happen with FDI share price - and why - over the next three years. Then you show me yours. Fair's fair, no?
earnestwipplethwaiteiii: Yes, Frank Scolaro did a nice job of buying KDD at 3.5p a share (if memory serves) and flogging it less than a year later to the Kennys at around 11p. Mind you, any shareholders who stuck around subsequently got stiffed (see present FDI share price). That of course didn't concern the Kenny clan in the least - by then they were long gone; they took their accrued, generous salaries, were careful not to put their money where their mouths were, and subsequently disappeared to pastures new, presumably to repeat the process. Such is the beauty of AIM.
bubble pricker: Of course those "confessions" of a basher could be made up too. I have no more holding in FDI. I bought FDI after the 2008 crisis at around 35p on the basis that it was a recovery play on diamond prices (a premise which was touted by the company at its various presentations). Diamond prices duly recovered to above pre-2008 levels, but FDI share price kept falling and they kept raising more money despite saying every time that this was the last fundraising. This alone should tell you everything as an investor. I bailed out at 26p, took my losses and was wiser. I occasionally check in again here, and I am not too surprised to see the stock in the single digits now. My only regret is that I did not short from 26 to recoup my losses. It just teaches you another lesson: just because something has gone down does not mean it's cheap. So don't worry, I won't keep bashing the share. FDI does that very well for themselves.
paul oman: A rising diamond price has not resulted in a comparative rise in the FDI share price. That does not mean as you imply, that the share price must go higher to compensate, as the drop from 33/34 at the start of the year to the current 29/30p level already takes account of the improved commodity price. If diamonds had not risen in value this year the share price would be far lower to account for FDIs poor performance in not meeting its set targets operational issues at both mines and general cost overrun.
nathand: Hi nilip, You are right to be sceptical of some posters on this board though I am not sure how many sit behind the mask, for instance in the past few months I can count the people behind all of kav133, k4v and The Merlion on one single finger. The jury is also out on a couple of others too. I do doubt that they/he wants to buy in lower though, it appears to be personal. There is clearly an agenda. Let's be honest, who would take such an enormous amount of time to research, engage and comment upon a company for which they see no upside? Are we to believe that he/they expends the same amount of care and attention on all the other AIM shares which he/they have deemed unworthy of investment? Their/his posting histories tells us otherwise. Let the Filter button take care of the timewasters, the FDI share price will take care of itself. The Merlion - 9 Jun'11 - 16:11 - 7487 of 7487 (Filtered ;-)
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