Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Golden Pros LSE:GPM London Ordinary Share GG00B1G9T992 ORD SHS 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50p -3.32% 43.625p 43.25p 44.00p 45.00p 43.625p 45.00p 270,993.00 11:07:34
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 -0.5 -7.8 - 24.87

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/1/2017
09:28
Lets get more up to date shall we. Net asset value as at 16.01.2017 of Golden Prospect Precious Metals Ltd (TIDM: GPM): NAV-bid........... : 53.22 GBp
skidaddle
17/1/2017
10:07
Net asset value as at 13.01.2017 of Golden Prospect Precious Metals Ltd (TIDM: GPM): NAV-bid........... : 52.13 GBp
davebowler
12/1/2017
12:06
The Metal X position is an interesting one. GPM probably increased the size of its holding to maximise its shares in Westgold (before its demerger from Metal X). The split was one share for every two of Metal X. The result is a separate gold company of a decent size (plus $500m and growing). It appears that most of the same board manage both companies. In the aftermath of the demerger Metal X was slashed in value and the market is still coming to terms with what it may be worth, as it is a good sized company itself mining tin, nickel and copper. I'd say the holding in Metal X gives us an interesting mix at a time when Trump wants to build up America again. Hopefully the loss of business from China will not impact prices too much before the slack is taken up again in an increasingly de-globalised world. Certainly, the consequent inflation will spur price rises in commodities even though there may be a dip first. I'd say GPM will slim down its position in Metal X when it is appropriate to do so. But I see why you pose this question.
dogberry202000
12/1/2017
11:00
Any thoughts on "metal x" a tin miner as number one position in this portfolio?
mozy123
12/1/2017
10:50
Net asset value as at 10.01.2017 of Golden Prospect Precious Metals Ltd (TIDM: GPM): NAV-bid........... : 50.99 GBp
davebowler
09/1/2017
15:31
Net asset value as at 06.01.2017 of Golden Prospect Precious Metals Ltd (TIDM: GPM): NAV-bid........... : 49.40 GBp
davebowler
05/1/2017
12:18
Net asset value as at 03.01.2017 of Golden Prospect Precious Metals Ltd (TIDM: GPM): NAV-bid........... : 46.95 GBp
davebowler
27/12/2016
13:43
Professor Pinocchio (GRM) 13 Oct '16 - 21:13 I have a modest holding bought in two tranches at 47.21p and 46.5p. Professor Pinocchio (GPM) 15 Aug '16 - 21:12 Bought a very small amount last week for inclusion in my ISA, but will be topping up regularly between 50-55p.
chinese investor
20/12/2016
11:28
There seems to be a discrepancy in the price action of GDXJ between its London and US listings since the last GPM NAV update on Friday. If we use the LSE listed version of GDXJ as the benchmark the GPM NAV should be around 38.25p now. With larger discounts on dips I reckon 28-29p is about right for this now. However, as this is close to 30p and 30p is a significant number we may see that hold unless gold falls further. Best of luck.
phoebusav
19/12/2016
19:37
Gpm trades 15-20% discount to NAV ,which is currently 40p. If gold bottoms around these levels then this won't go much lower. No point buying though until gold/ silver direction known.
highly geared
19/12/2016
19:33
GDXJ moved significantly lower since Friday session. This should be around 27-28p now by my reckoning.
phoebusav
19/12/2016
12:40
HTtp://www.shareprophets.com/views/26007/invest-in-silver-now-for-future-shortages-in-supply
davebowler
15/12/2016
15:21
Quite how this has held up so well today is beyond me. GDXJ now down 11.8% since yesterday's LSE close. This should be below 30p by now and potentially heading a lot lower.
phoebusav
15/12/2016
14:29
At some point GPM will be a great buy, and this is definitely one I keep on my monitor, but I suspect I will next buy at around 10p with a 50% discount.
mad foetus
12/12/2016
15:35
HTtps://www.cofunds.co.uk/MediaCentre/video/?playerId=833197020001&playerKey=AQ~~,AAAAtRLQJ0E~,-DJDjU_ZBBOWlK8cYFK6mjgD2JbVnoMg&videoId=5236259426001
davebowler
06/12/2016
15:24
For anyone left who doubts the gold market is rigged, and that gold is on the cusp of a smart move upwards, then read and digest the attached article. Then get yer buying boots on. http://averybgoodman.com/myblog/2016/12/05/what-happened-to-gold-the-us-dollar-after-italys-referendum/
professor pettigrew
28/11/2016
13:08
GPM approaching a key level - no divergence yet
luckymouse
24/11/2016
22:38
So the discount is now over 20%. Very oversold. Gold is also oversold. I stick to my $1500 target for summer 2017.
professor pettigrew
24/11/2016
21:56
Absolutely!
dogberry202000
24/11/2016
16:35
That drop today was a gift but I had no spare funds to buy. something to be said for keeping some funds available.
dilbert dogbreadth
24/11/2016
16:29
With some many issues in their spread across Australia and Canada I think they do a good job overall. The fall in the asset price of GPM has been nowhere near as bad as the falls in the precious metals markets. The management have chosen some great PM stocks to hold. I like Klondex and First Majestic. The management is proactive and tends to get in on fund raisings in really good prospects, for instance, with Americas Silver and top slice stocks that have run too far. I would prefer that they did not hold Tahoe Resources and Continental Gold and I don't know much about their moves into some of their newish Aussi stocks. You can't have everything but they are active and the spread appears to be a good hedge against severe losses. I own some of GCL, too. Again, they've got some magnificent holdings, ready for when the Uranium market takes off. "You really do have to be in it to win it."
dogberry202000
24/11/2016
15:20
I'm long term holder of this PM Investment Trust (very small %)and it should, on paper, be ideal as a 'safety/diversification' stock to my portfolio. I generally try to avoid single Co's and much prefer Inv Trusts to help spread risk. However, everytime i re-visit this to top up I'm disappointed in the management choice of the fund. In all honestly I just think it's a poor IT. Any views on this aspect of GPM (rather than Gold price)
joy division still
24/11/2016
14:05
I agree, but timing is key. Glad I switched to the copper sector on the Trump victory. ATYM, WTI and co doing very well. Think long Cu and short Au still makes sense a while longer. Copper about to break the Nov. 11 spike high.
phoebusav
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