Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Greatland Gold LSE:GGP London Ordinary Share GB00B15XDH89 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.005p -2.63% 0.185p 0.18p 0.19p 0.19p 0.185p 0.19p 10,682,356.00 14:35:36
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.7 -0.1 - 3.02

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Greatland Gold Daily Update: Greatland Gold is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GGP. The last closing price for Greatland Gold was 0.19p.
Greatland Gold has a 4 week average price of 0.18p and a 12 week average price of 0.18p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.36p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.05p.
There are currently 1,631,349,845 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 22,269,137 shares. The market capitalisation of Greatland Gold is £3,017,997.21.
orchestralis: Bought a few today, whilst it's quiet. Hoping for a pick up in the share price over the coming weeks.
tromso1: Interesting new appointment RNS there. Sounds like more news to come in the near future too and a vision to grow the company significantly. "Investors should be aware that Greatland Gold is moving into a highly proactive phase and following launch of the drilling campaign at Bromus shortly, we anticipate a number of new initiatives will be undertaken and announced to market." " we continue the process of building the Company into a substantially larger and more diverse resource business."
tromso1: PJ buying yet again. Http://
tromso1: Paul Johnson buying shares again. He's pretty keen to snap up shares. I guess he will be if he knows what's coming.
tromso1: MTR also has a holding and he has shares in MTR so will indirectly benefit from any MTR share price appreciation related to its GGP holding.
tromso1: Andrew Bell certainly recently alluded to the potential the new directors might bring - "We welcome the appointment of our two proposed directors, Paul Johnson and Alex Borelli. Metal Tiger plc is a company that has seen its share price rise from 0.50p in mid-2014 when Metal Tiger plc was created, up to 5.5p a share recently. That is a 1,000% share price return for investors in a resource investing company over one of the worst resource bear markets in recent history."
the stigologist: Paul Johnson share price destruction track record
bozzy_s: Add PAA to that list Bam Bam, incredible non-performance - and no change of management whilst long term shareholders have lost over 99.9%. Nice little window to escape GGP today for long-suffering holders. I remember when Firetower was imminent, sometime in the early 2000s. Edit - to be fair to GGP, they haven't diluted holders to oblivion. Actually the 7 year share price performance isn't as bad as many minerals explorers / non producers. Circa 0.5p to 3p to 0.08p compares favourably with many.
vfb1888: Straws indeed , lol £2k decent ! Do any of you GGP shareholders do any research ? Where did you think the company was going when Callum took a Job back in 2013 at what is now Goldcrest Resources and where do you think the company is going now that he has taken another role at Starvest ? lol Callum's record of failure since 2013 Lost the JV with Unity Lost the JV with Tamar Disposed of Lisle Disposed of Lackman Rock Found nothing but PPB at Ernest Giles Licence reduction at Ernest Giles Licence reduction at Bromus Licence reduction at Warrentinna Increased the share in issue from 350M TO 992M Destroyed the share price and achieved nothing but failure Clutching at thin air and sand
sicilian_kan: sicilian_kan, the purpose of an explorer is to find the stuff. The purpose of a producer is to dig it out and sell it. They are seperate fields of expertise. Look at STI or AAU for example. Where they have a project that they DRILL and find enough gold to make it profitable but not to sell to the big boys, they develop it themselves, scope and move into production. The profits then fund for free drilling campaigns on their other targets. This way, PROGRESS, is made. GGP wouldn't know what to do with 500k oz of gold if it hit them in the face (assuming it had the capacity to find (or its its case buy) more than the 18% of that low figure in Firetower). If an explorer discovers a large deposit a producer will buy it from them. In general terms the big boys are only interested in 2m+ deposits but as the PoG increases this will no doubt come down. An odd argument. Why did GGP base itself around Firetower if it was looking for 2m oz? Or is your point irrelevent and just designed to insert a big number into the conversation? GGP have spent the last 2-3 years gathering more licence areas, doing a bit of exploration to prove they aren't utterly bereft of the possibility of gold and husbanding the cash. If I wanted to husband cash, I'd put somewhere other than a gold explorer. I want my gold explorers to spend their cash exploring! No?? So they have bought some more licences. They haven't done anything noticable with them? This year we appear to be out of the blocks with an extensive drilling program and a number of possible JVs. How many holes are GGP drilling this year? How many holes does it need to get a decent JORC resource?? Why aren't GGP drilling them?? I suspect it is because they don't have confidence in either their assets or their drilling capabilities. How many drill rigs will GGP have this year and for how many months? Surely these questions are all key. Tell me the answers then Mike? Extensive??? An extensive drilling program would be e.g. 4 drill rigs on one site drilling 20,000m in total, such as EPC.V's when they had some good initial results. Tell me, as most of the GGP RNS's do not say it, how much are GGP drilling? Once the gold tiddler sector comes out of this nosedive I'd expect the share price to start reflecting any positive news. Hasn't done so far. Gold up 3x in 5 years. GGP share price flat. More hype and tripe from you Mike. Still, you think I talk utter nonsense so please point and laugh at the above if it makes you happy. I'm not laughing. I'm just perplexed by your attitude to GGP. Of all the gold explorers and producers on AIM, GGP is the surely the least inspiring, the least developed and yes, if you say so, the most laughable.
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