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
  -0.50p -1.34% 36.75p 36.50p 37.00p 37.25p 36.75p 37.25p 206,056.00 14:55:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 -0.5 -7.8 - 20.95

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09/12/2016
08:20
Golden Pros Daily Update: Golden Pros is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GPM. The last closing price for Golden Pros was 37.25p.
Golden Pros has a 4 week average price of 38.12p and a 12 week average price of 43.98p.
The 1 year high share price is 58p while the 1 year low share price is currently 17.75p.
There are currently 57,002,026 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 187,160 shares. The market capitalisation of Golden Pros is £20,948,244.56.
11/10/2016
20:48
professor pettigrew: Yes, I knew you weren't eeza. For what it's worth, I just have two simple targets for 2020, based on what I have read, my previous experience, and researching what is going on in the world. Jan 1 2020 - Gold $3000 per oz / GPM £5 per share. If you truly believe the gold story, and cannot fathom out how central banks can continue to print paper money and debase fiat currencies, then both predictions have an excellent chance of coming to fruition. So, far be it that a falling gold (and consequently a falling share price here) should cause any consternation. The lower it goes short term, the higher the eventual outcome, and the better the opportunity here. So, I for one, would welcome $1200 gold by the end of the year and an share price here in the mid-30's. The stock would be bought up in bucketloads.
22/9/2016
10:59
dilbert dogbreadth: There you go a 400k sell has finally shown up. Thats probably it for now and the share price can move on its own accord.
31/8/2016
20:52
professor pettigrew: September to March is traditionally the best 6 months of the year for gold. Though not always. Just think for a moment, worldwide interest rates nailed to the floor - negative in some cases. Its reckoned that QE worldwide is running at £1m per MINUTE, 24 hours per day, seven days a week. But, of course, as we live in a digital and electronic world, that printed money isn't necessarily staying in the country it's created in. So, it follows that worldwide the money supply is expanding rapidly. The M4 money supply in the UK expanded at it's fastest rate for 5 years in the past quarter. Growth in anaemic, and central bankers are hooked on easy money to create growth. Eventually they will go over the top. They will expand QE too much. They will tip interest rates into negative territory in more and more countries. Finally, they will give serious consideration to "helicopter money" and one or two countries (most notably and probably Japan) will directly place newly created money into the bank accounts of the general populace. Remember, this can all be done at the touch of a button. Confidence is waning in paper (fiat) money. When all the above are enacted on at the same time, and with the cooperation and connivance of central bankers globally, that's when the gold price will start it's long ride upwards to $3,000 per oz or above. Isn't it strange that all central banks around the world are pining for inflation? Isn't it stranger that their target is the same figure? 2%. As with everything financial, overshoots occur on the upside as well as the downside. I believe by 2020 we will be presented with worldwide negative rates, massive and constant QE and sudden stagflation. That will be very difficult to control and will be the trigger for the massive influx of funds into gold. The best thing that can happen to gold is for it to fall over the next 3-6 months below $1250, and possibly below $1200. Let the central bankers have confidence that their policies are working. They hate gold. That timeframe will give investors here plenty of time to accumulate this stock at or below the 40p level for a number of months. When the golden worm turns, it will be sharp, sudden and severe. The idea of a £5 GPM share price won't look so fanciful after all.
31/8/2016
11:25
dogberry202000: Well done, bamboo2 on playing the recent top. It's not something that I am good at but I bought the 10% that I sold earlier at 53.5 for 47p yesterday and I'm comfortable with that. Professor, £5 would be great for investors in GPM. I realise it might seem outrageous but my own ballpark figures for the final top for GPM during 2021 to 2024 is between £11 to £15 a share depending on whether we see a HUI/XAU at 3 or four times the final top in gold. That's based on gold at $10,000 an ounce. Given GPM is so heavily invested in silver miners even these figures for the share price may be deeply convervative! Hopefully, I'll be around to see it!
04/8/2016
14:11
davebowler: Klondex share price -uk.finance.yahoo.com/echarts?s=KDX.TO#symbol=KDX.TO;range=1d
09/7/2016
12:32
plasybryn: IMF apparently said this week, Deutsche Bank poses the greatest systemic risk to the global financial system - $72trillion of derivatives. Failed the Feds' stress test for the 2nd time in 2 years. Share price falling and following very close to the Lemain Bros trend before they went bust. Italian Banks need 40 billion euros. Other banks on the IMF list apparently. 1. DB 2. HSBC 3. Credit Swiss This was all reported on the Keiser Report last week. DYOR
27/6/2016
10:03
dogberry202000: With the share price now exceeding the last stated NAV, this is highly bullish. The Govt and its internal opposition have no plan and what to do now. And the Labour Party have gone into meltdown and will now have a civil war. Got some GPM? It's probably one of the best investments to hold on the UK markets.
11/4/2016
17:03
dogberry202000: Once this crosses 30p we will never see this price again. I think we will see a relentless advance in the share price as institutions increase their positions in GPM into May. There are very few investment vehicles like this one and yet it is a relatively small precious metals investment fund. However, this will gradually change as the nav increases. I see a ten fold increase within 2 years.
17/3/2016
12:28
dogberry202000: Nice to see the new board, bamboo2 and GPM share price is making good progress too. Thanks.
27/3/2013
10:49
dupree: I noticed these trading around and sometimes over the NAV. That was back at the higher prices when I first saw them tipped. To think that it was common talk back then to expect a revival in mining share prices, in relation to precious metal prices. If you want to bet on an upward share price movement and also a timely closing of the gap betwen NAV and GPM share price there seems a good rationale. Except, it's a similar rationale to the one that gold mining shares would go up because they were lagging the gold etc prices. Ha ha. I certainly hope it all goes a lot better in good time to add value to the subscription right shares that I hold. It seems a long way back for GPM from 60p to say 100p, let alone to the former highs of 120p. I guess it's a reasonable aspiration that some of the stocks in GPM portfolio will double over next 12 months. Asking the experts, is there much sign of the M&A activitythat has been cited as potentially boosting the sectors valuations? My other gold stock has performed just as badly.
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