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Golden Saint LSE:GSR London Ordinary Share VGG3960L1085 ORD NPV (DI)
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  +0.00p +0.00% 0.0425p 0.04p 0.045p 0.0425p 0.0425p 0.0425p 14,100,000.00 07:36:28
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Mining 0.0 -1.4 0.1 0.3 2.48

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05/12/2016
08:20
Golden Saint Daily Update: Golden Saint is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GSR. The last closing price for Golden Saint was 0.04p.
Golden Saint has a 4 week average price of 0.04p and a 12 week average price of 0.04p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.11p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.02p.
There are currently 5,835,056,581 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 33,185,909 shares. The market capitalisation of Golden Saint is £2,479,899.05.
10/10/2016
13:23
1realist: Self-sufficient in 3 months, diamond sales in Q2, dredging in the wet season, road built in 2 weeks. The list goes on. Constant empty promises from the company in a blatant attempt to pump the share price and dupe investors.This sort of conduct should not be allowed. They will deserve to go bust.
07/6/2016
08:44
rafix: At least display some charts with the current share price on will you
22/5/2015
14:03
tidy 2: The stones we've been finding are very clear, and really good quality", says chairman D'Silva. "We just need to find a few more of them.""We're finding diamonds on an almost weekly basis," says Golden Saint Resources' (LON:GSR) Cyril D'Silva, "and gold is coming out regularly."As indications that exploration is on the right track go, they don't get much better than that. One stone that was recently discovered on the company'sTongo property in Sierra Leone rang in at an impressive 9.45 carats and could be worth as much as US$100,000 after cutting and polishing."The stones we've been finding are very clear, and really good quality", says chairman D'Silva. "We just need to find a few more of them."But given that some diamond exploration companies go for years without discovering any diamonds, it's not a bad start.The trick now will be to zero in on the kimberlite source rock, which has to date remained elusive.D'Silva reckons that's now only a matter of time."Any person who understands our area knows that the area is really rich," he says. "We're pretty sure that some of the kimberlite pipes run into our areas. The current exploration programme is designed to find kimberlite."Having said that, he's not betting the farm on a kimberlite discovery, or not quite yet anyway. After all, why should he? The alluvial stones that are showing up are worth a pretty penny in their own right and it would be a shame to let an obvious opportunity to generate some quick cash fall by the wayside."I want to find a pipe," continues D'Silva. "But when you go after a pipe it's very expensive. In the process I'd like to go after these alluvials."It's the prospect of setting up an alluvial operation that leads D'Silva to predict that Golden Saint will be generating cash from diamond mining within three years. First, new money will need to come into the kitty though, and before that happens Cyril would like to get new sampling results released.He also needs the permission of his shareholders if he's going to issue new equity, as he's used up all the headroom previously available in previous fund-raisings. No wonder that item one on the agenda of the company's upcoming annual general meeting, to be held on May 29, relates to permission to issue a further 1.8bn shares.Will D'Silva get that motion through? There seems little reason to doubt it, especially as there's no shortage of potential offers to fund the company.On this subject the Golden Saint boss is understandably a little circumspect, but he does at least project an air of quiet confidence. "We've got a lot of interest," he says. "We get offers quite often with regards to money. I don't think we will have a problem."Perhaps it's D'Silva's Singaporean connections, or perhaps it's the heavily populated Rolodex files of the company's brokers Cornhill, but one way or another it's unlikely to be a lack of funds that holds Golden Saint back. That in itself marks the company out as fairly unusual, as most junior explorers are desperately scrabbling around for funding at the moment.On the other hand, the logic of coming in at this stage is clear enough. The share price is a long way down from earlier highs, and by D'Silva's own admission a maiden diamond resource is still 18 months off, as bulk sampling continues. The timing may never be better. Once the resource is established, there will be a clearly defined floor to the company's share price, which is likely then to undergo a slow and steady re-rating.In the meantime, it's likely that the diamond markets will firm up too, as buyers come to realise that supply is set to be increasingly constrained as no major new production comes on stream.Golden Saint doesn't plan, at least at this stage, to sell its diamonds through the traditional tendering process. Instead, it will market through its own organisation, the Golden Saint Diamond Club. This, says D'Silva, offers up the company's diamonds to all shareholders at a 30 per cent discount to the likely retail price. Nonetheless, the margins delivered to the company are still likely to run as high as 200%.That won't be sustainable if and when the company starts producing in serious volumes from a kimberlite, but for the short-term it does provide a route to market for small-scale sales and a way for cash to flow into the company.And in the background sits the tantalising prospect of a gold resource too. "That gold source cannot be too far away," says Cyril. "As we washed the diamonds, the gold came out."So, there's plenty to play for on Golden Saint's ground. The next few months should be very interesting indeed.
22/5/2015
09:25
tidy 2: LSEGSR share price has been brought down everyday for about 4 weeks. 5% and 10% down everyday. Dont get fooled and excited about 8% rise. We were trading at 0.35p on large find and since then it has been worked down purposely imo to fill in those big orders we saw 2/3week ago @ .21p. As I said we should be trading in atleast 0.35p - after the final results. Last year with all the ebola and moving machines to site and rain - GSR managed to get 200+cts. This year - no ebola - no rainy season till Sept - machine paid- finance sorted. We should be rolling.
08/3/2015
19:38
fbb1000: 23 October 2014 RNS Statement by the Executive Chairman of Golden Saint - worth a read "It is my belief, as your Executive Chairman, that given the Company's financial position following the agreement with Darwin, that the Company can deliver on results to Shareholders..." The share price was 1p here when that statement was made and the boss was looking for a recovery in share price from there. Darwin has made him look like a fool - now they are gone time to do this: "We at Golden Saint look forward to being able to take the Company to the next level. The share price should adjust itself as news flows from the Company..."
19/2/2015
16:37
wetdreams: Wooster4 ..gsr are not in control of the share price atm .darwin are imo shorting this to death..cyril could also be holding news back..or nothing has been found..what i do know is a wash plant is 100% on the way to tongo..darwin make money on taking a share price up as well as down ..up too darwin what they do not gsr or pi..
05/2/2015
08:02
hm2075: awesome dream last night, not as close to a wetdream but almost, GSR share price shot up to 13.25p but for some reason I couldn't get on to my trading account to sell until 5pm, and then it was too late. then I woke up wth was that all about
29/10/2014
00:39
wetdreams: GSR 15p TargetAfrican Investments's insight:So here we are, just over a year since Golden Saint Resources (GSR) was listed on the Alternative Investment Market, and safe to say things are finally going to get very interesting. Not helped by delays due to the Ebola outbreak and the mystery seller, the share price has dropped from a 10p IPO which valued the company at £42 million to around 2p levels, valuing the company at a mere £8.5 million. currently. Compare this to other small cap companies who generate no revenue with no production, operate with huge cash burn and dilute shareholders every other month. Most of these are valued at multiples of GSR. Well not for long.....So who is the mystery seller and why are they selling at current levels? Nothing to worry about as the seller is not selling at a loss, as Cyril explained in an interview with - recently;'GSR’s stock has recently seen hugely increased buying volumes in and prior to recent interest some of the initial share sales below the IPO level were caused by a few shareholders who had been with and supported the Company for the last three years and who took most of the initial risks by investing in the Company in the pre-IPO days when there was no certainty that the Company would admit to AIM. GSR wishes wish to extend our thanks to these shareholders for their past support.'The full interview can be found at hxxp://www.-.com/content/golden-saint-resources-executive-chairman-interview-q4-fy14-84394/So what next? With my very brief chats with Cyril last week and some of the team on the ground, everything is now progressing at a rapid rate. The bulk sampling plant arrived in Baja and the schedule is in full flow. Cyril is confident that the 'bigger' stones are around and that it is 'a matter of time' before these are recovered.In August, GSR announced that it had been granted two artisanal mining licences in the 'Zimmi Areas' from which it recovered 4 yellow stones of approximate sizes 2.3 carats, 4.20 carats, 10 carats and 10.34 carats. The speed at which these stones were found just shows how this company could be transformed overnight. A month on and no doubt there are more stones which are yet to be announced. Expect some explosive news on this front very soon. Also look out for more additional licences.On the 21st July 2014, GSR announced the sale of alluvial diamonds online. Inventory value for all 107 diamonds is around $330,000. Add to this 3 months worth of additional diamonds uncovered since, and the 4 x yellow Zimmis, inventory value should reach over $1 million. Revenues alone at such an early stage in GSR's journey will put the market on red alert.If diamonds are not enough, let's talk gold. Gold has been introduced after the initial IPO, hence was not even priced in on the first day of dealing. Is the gold why you should invest in GSR? No but it is an additional revenue stream which will stop any future dilution and provide GSR to explore more diamond licences. The Rowaka village however does historically contain high grade gold and with the gold washing already underway 3 weeks ago, an update is very close.The recent MOU with Parikh Brothers in Mumbai now means the production cycle for Golden Saint Resources is now complete. The big clue with Parikh Brothers being chosen are the fact they specialise in 'rare' diamonds. There will be big stones found it's just a case of how many. Parikh Brothers currently work with Argyle Diamonds and have been for the past 14 years. Ok shareholders now start to get excited, the Argyle mine located in Western Australia produces 90% of the world's pink diamonds and is owned by Rio Tinto. As the UK representative of GSR Sasha Sethi said - 'they are a quality outfit.' If they are good enough for a multi billion pound FTSE 100 company then I won't complain. I will repeat again...look for the clues.If you want to see the potential of GSR, just take a look at Petra Diamonds. Yes, the Cullinan mine in South Africa is a once in a blue moon world class mine, however they are valued at over 100 times of GSR. If GSR were to find anything close to Petra's recent 232-carat white diamond then forget the conservative 15p target, 50p would not surprise me. Find multiple 'biggies' and think £££;s and eventual takeover.GSR is a high quality outfit with sensible management. Add to that the ethical values of the company in the areas they work, this is an investor's dream. Given a few years I am confident they will be paying out a decent dividend also. Revenue generating, multiple transformational newsflow, and rock bottom share price is now the perfect storm for a sizeable rerate. If all goes to plan GSR is a strong buy with a 15p target short term. This of course does not take into account any 'Petra style' world class diamond finds.
23/9/2014
06:56
marty421: Scooped by African Investments Scoop.it! Revenue generating within a year of IPO - as rare as a diamond itself - BUY rating 15p target September 22, 6:01 PM GSR 15p Target African Investments's insight: So here we are, just over a year since Golden Saint Resources (GSR) was listed on the Alternative Investment Market, and safe to say things are finally going to get very interesting. Not helped by delays due to the Ebola outbreak and the mystery seller, the share price has dropped from a 10p IPO which valued the company at £42 million to around 2p levels, valuing the company at a mere £8.5 million. currently. Compare this to other small cap companies who generate no revenue with no production, operate with huge cash burn and dilute shareholders every other month. Most of these are valued at multiples of GSR. Well not for long..... So who is the mystery seller and why are they selling at current levels? Nothing to worry about as the seller is not selling at a loss, as Cyril explained in an interview with - recently; 'GSR’s stock has recently seen hugely increased buying volumes in and prior to recent interest some of the initial share sales below the IPO level were caused by a few shareholders who had been with and supported the Company for the last three years and who took most of the initial risks by investing in the Company in the pre-IPO days when there was no certainty that the Company would admit to AIM. GSR wishes wish to extend our thanks to these shareholders for their past support.' The full interview can be found at hxxp://www.-.com/content/golden-saint-resources-executive-chairman-interview-q4-fy14-84394/ So what next? With my very brief chats with Cyril last week and some of the team on the ground, everything is now progressing at a rapid rate. The bulk sampling plant arrived in Baja and the schedule is in full flow. Cyril is confident that the 'bigger' stones are around and that it is 'a matter of time' before these are recovered. In August, GSR announced that it had been granted two artisanal mining licences in the 'Zimmi Areas' from which it recovered 4 yellow stones of approximate sizes 2.3 carats, 4.20 carats, 10 carats and 10.34 carats. The speed at which these stones were found just shows how this company could be transformed overnight. A month on and no doubt there are more stones which are yet to be announced. Expect some explosive news on this front very soon. Also look out for more additional licences. On the 21st July 2014, GSR announced the sale of alluvial diamonds online. Inventory value for all 107 diamonds is around $330,000. Add to this 3 months worth of additional diamonds uncovered since, and the 4 x yellow Zimmis, inventory value should reach over $1 million. Revenues alone at such an early stage in GSR's journey will put the market on red alert. If diamonds are not enough, let's talk gold. Gold has been introduced after the initial IPO, hence was not even priced in on the first day of dealing. Is the gold why you should invest in GSR? No but it is an additional revenue stream which will stop any future dilution and provide GSR to explore more diamond licences. The Rowaka village however does historically contain high grade gold and with the gold washing already underway 3 weeks ago, an update is very close. The recent MOU with Parikh Brothers in Mumbai now means the production cycle for Golden Saint Resources is now complete. The big clue with Parikh Brothers being chosen are the fact they specialise in 'rare' diamonds. There will be big stones found it's just a case of how many. Parikh Brothers currently work with Argyle Diamonds and have been for the past 14 years. Ok shareholders now start to get excited, the Argyle mine located in Western Australia produces 90% of the world's pink diamonds and is owned by Rio Tinto. As the UK representative of GSR Sasha Sethi said - 'they are a quality outfit.' If they are good enough for a multi billion pound FTSE 100 company then I won't complain. I will repeat again...look for the clues. If you want to see the potential of GSR, just take a look at Petra Diamonds. Yes, the Cullinan mine in South Africa is a once in a blue moon world class mine, however they are valued at over 100 times of GSR. If GSR were to find anything close to Petra's recent 232-carat white diamond then forget the conservative 15p target, 50p would not surprise me. Find multiple 'biggies' and think £££;s and eventual takeover. GSR is a high quality outfit with sensible management. Add to that the ethical values of the company in the areas they work, this is an investor's dream. Given a few years I am confident they will be paying out a decent dividend also. Revenue generating, multiple transformational newsflow, and rock bottom share price is now the perfect storm for a sizeable rerate. If all goes to plan GSR is a strong buy with a 15p target short term. This of course does not take into account any 'Petra style' world class diamond finds.
21/8/2014
19:44
oilbuy: Unfortunately the Ebola virus is worse than were hearing. STEL and GSR share prices have been effected directly. WHO say 6 months to contain the virus. In SL the government are talking about a 21 day curfew . This is going to cause civil unrest and exacerbate the problem. For example we now have shootings in North Point Monrovia Liberia. In Freetown SL the government decided to reduce the opening hours of public sector bodies and banks reduced their opening hours. So now the banks are more densely populated causing a higher chance of contact, if their is an infected person amongst them. The connacht hospital had over 60 bodys layed out in a room and staff without protective clothing. The WHO to little to late in my opinion.Looks like both stocks are trading below par and look to be good value at present if the Ebola virus can be contained
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