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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
  -0.31p -14.66% 1.805p 1.79p 1.82p 2.39p 1.51p 2.34p 259,438,498 16:28:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.3 -0.1 - 52.35

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18/11/2017
08:20
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 2.12p.
Greatland Gold has a 4 week average price of 1.51p and a 12 week average price of 0.49p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.57p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.15p.
There are currently 2,900,137,461 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 165,074,413 shares. The market capitalisation of Greatland Gold is £52,347,481.17.
15/11/2017
07:25
daddy warbucks: Are these tweets, supposedly from Gervaise Heddle, doing damage to the reputation of Greatland Gold.?Yes GH has got the company moving and more importantly the share price, but if he wants to grow the company and hopefully take it into the main Ftse index, then he has to stop acting like an AIM director.The company is either in talks with another company or not and as such for transparency should inform the market accordingly. If the other company wants confidentiality then GGP should be suspended, now that the majority of warrants have been exercised and an explanation that we are in talks with an unnamed company has begun.People may say it's Newmont, but people are saying that now. These so called hints in tweets are causing a lot of speculation and shouldn't be allowed to continue by the market authorities.Either put up or shut up.A controversial view, yes.I await people's thoughts.
08/11/2017
09:27
ianbag: Soon know what Newmont are going to do - the recent RNS which was very bullish about significant gold district etc etc, was bold unless they are very sure Newmont aren't about to contradict that! So that is a good indicator, GH doesn't seem to be an emotional type, rather a strategist and calculated kind of chap. Also interesting that he added a few shares in August to get to about 4.25m shares - which at a share price of around 8p would pay for him to exercise all his options and be cash neutral - that looks like good sound planning to me - and maybe a small hint at where he believes the share price gets to with ease. Just me musing out loud really, but interesting
25/10/2017
22:58
jlondon: David Lenigas has just tweeted: "Sheikh Maktoum Hasher al Maktoum has just joined Artemis Resources. Highly experienced International Businessman and Powerhouse." 2mins ago, 25 Oct 2017 Aretmis Resources in Australia has just issued an Annnouncement re: above dated 26 Oct 2017. Comment: The said Sheikh is from Dubai*s ruling family. ARV share price is A 30.5c, MKT CAP A$164.88m [prior to mkt opening in Oz] Pilbara gold chase is drawing interest. Link: https://twitter.com/DavidLenigas <><> Artemis Resources on the Australian ASX has just opened & the said news announcement as above has seen the share price rise to 33.5c + 9.84% Mkt Cap A$181m. A few mins ago it was 34c. It is 26 Oct 2017 in Oz.
23/10/2017
12:14
pr0t0n: Daddy Warbucks NO. Only 21 million @ 0.70 p out of 247 million =========================================== Each Placing Share issued has an accompanying unlisted and non-transferrable warrant to subscribe for an additional Greatland new ordinary share at a price of 0.7p at any time within the 24 months following admission to trading of the Placing Shares (representing the issue of a total of 166,666,667 warrants). Each warrant will include an accelerated exercise condition ("Accelerator") such that in the event the that the Company's volume weighted average share price exceeds 1.0p for a period of five consecutive trading days the Company shall be entitled to give holders of the warrants 5 business days' notice that the warrants must be exercised within a further 10 business days, following which they will otherwise expire. Should all of these warrants be exercised, a further GBP1,166,666 will be raised for the Company at a price of 0.7p. 21,000,000 at 0.20p expire April 2019 61,699,999 at 0.375p expire April 2018 100,499,208 at 0.56p expire July 2018 42,857,144 at 0.45p expire February 2018 21,555,556 at 0.7p expire October 2019
23/10/2017
11:38
ianbag: given where the share price has been the warrant holders have to convert within the 10 days or lose the warrants. So not a surprise really is it? The good thing is they will be gone and the supply of cheap shares to the market dries up. Assuming demand stays strong the share price should motor up as we get nearer the Newmont decision.
23/10/2017
11:28
daddy warbucks: "Each Placing Share issued has an accompanying unlisted and non-transferrable warrant to subscribe for an additional Greatland new ordinary share at a price of 0.7p at any time within the 24 months following admission to trading of the Placing Shares (representing the issue of a total of 166,666,667 warrants). Each warrant will include an accelerated exercise condition ("Accelerator") such that in the event the that the Company's volume weighted average share price exceeds 1.0p for a period of five consecutive trading days the Company shall be entitled to give holders of the warrants 5 business days' notice that the warrants must be exercised within a further 10 business days, following which they will otherwise expire. Should all of these warrants be exercised, a further GBP1,166,666 will be raised for the Company at a price of 0.7p."
08/10/2017
22:18
jlondon: Answers to Post 888 ADVFN GGP, Sun 8 Oct 2017 [From a blog?] 1) Re: The rise in Greatland Gold*s share price. I just checked the share chart for GGP from Google Finance. The 1 year chart 2017 shows that the share price started rising from around the mid May 2017 mark period. GGP RNS -Agreement with Newmont was dated 16 May 2017. I checked with the Official LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE 1 YEAR GGP CHART. They have a chart for the CAUSATION FACTOR for the RISE OR FALL of the share price denoted by GREEN ARROW for the rise and RED ARROW for the fall. If one hoovers over the green or red arrow, it gives the reason for the RISE as being: <><> FIRST GREEN ARROW Rise 1) May 9, 2017 RNS: "ERNEST GILES-NEW LICENCE APPLICATIONS." <><> 2ND GREEN Arrow Rise 2) May 16, 2017 RNS: "AGREEMENT REACHED FOR ERNEST GILES PROJECT." [This is the NEWMONT agreement per detailed RNS] <><> 3rd GREEN Arrow RISE 3) May 22, 2017 RNS: "ERNEST GILES:New gold targets identified." <><> 4th GREEN Arrow Rise- BIG JUMP: 4) June 6, 2017 RNS: "Expansion of the LANDHOLDING in the PATERSON Region." [0.37p area to 0.472p area] <><> 5th GREEN Arrow Rise [MASSIVE Jump ie rise in share price from 0.472p area to way PAST 0.712p which has gone beyond the chart marking towards the 0.8p area. RNS: "GGP PLANS TO ENTER NEW MARKET WITH COBALT PROJECT." June 12, 2017 One can read the rest of the green and red arrows. In professional investment circle, I understand they call these arrows as "SIGNAL FLAGS" which traces the share price of co*s via the REASON FOR THE RISE or fall. This is from the OFFICIAL LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE CHARTS. One can see what I stated by entering into the search engine: "London Stock Exchange GGP. Once one arrives at the chart click the 1 yr chart and CLICK top icon "NEWS ANALYSIS." Comment: So it would appear that the PATERSON project, Ernest Giles Agreement with NEWMONT & INCREASED LANDHOLDING etc has caused the share price to rise . A BIG JUMP in share price was due to the RNS re: PANAROMA PROJECT IN PILBARA, WEST AUSTRALIA FOR COBALT.! So, the reasons expounded appear INCORRECT. At the share price of 0.66p or a bit less, the mkt cap was £15million. So PRIOR to the alleged Twitter excitment of recent days , the PANAROMA RNS of 12 June 2017 [ 4 M O N T H S AGO] already caused the share price to reach near to the 0.8p mark area. This was a HIGH. Signal flag or Chart Analysis is accepted in the investment world and used by the investment circles as one of the tools. Hence, why the LSE has provided the said free charts via NEWS ANALYSIS or known as signal flags which may incorporate proprietary software in other investment firms. So, when the share price reached the 0.55p-0.6p range of recent days, interest picked up due to further RNS which stated the Panaroma project has just started and the date is nearing when GGP will hear the Newmont report on Ernest Giles plus news on Ernest Giles initial survey etc. This appears a usual human behaviour ie buying what appears to be a bargain given others bought GGP shares at near 0.8p upon the said Panaroma RNS of 12 June 2017, 4 months ago. So, the recent excitment alleged causation appears INCORRECT. The official London Stock Exchange share chart re: New Analysis appears to support the RNS causation reasons for the rise and jumps. Sun 8 Oct 2017.
08/10/2017
18:17
the deacon: I've been following the Greatland Gold (GGP) story with interest, but have to admit that I remain very sceptical at this stage, especially given the rise in share price that the company has enjoyed recently.It first got my attention when social media, and Twitter in particular, became awash with people talking about the company and how undervalued they think it is. That interest sparked a rise in the share price of around 50% at one stage, and closer to 150% or so if we go back to the 0.3p level that it the shares were trading at in early May.Now it may just be a coincidence, but all of this interest also just happened to follow a placing of 166 million shares at 0.45p to raise £750,000, which was announced on September 20, and with the shares being admitted to trading on October 4. There also just so happened to be 166 million warrants issued at the same time at a price of 0.7p, and these had an accelerated exercise condition attached which meant they had to be exercised if the average weighted share price exceeded 1p for five consecutive days – now anyone would think that the placees were doing their best to try and push the share price up to that level for a quick 45% odd profit on the warrants, not to mention selling placing shares into the rise and increased liquidity created by all the hype!Paul Johnson and his wife Michelle had held 4.72% of the shares in issue, with nearly 94 million in total, and he had been very vocal on Twitter in his support for the company and its prospects, so I found it a bit strange when an RNS came on October 5 announcing that they no longer had a notifiable interest in the company – given that the company already had just over 2 billion shares in issue, the new shares hitting the market certainly weren't enough to force them below the 3% threshold, so a fair amount would have had to have been sold.Aside from all that and looking at the company itself, this Australian based junior miner has several prospecting/exploration licences for gold and cobalt, along with other metals, in Western Australia and Tasmania, but despite all of them being at an incredibly early stage, with the company yet to carry out work on the majority of them, the market cap is currently nearly £15 million – at a share price of around 0.66p to buy.Given the stage that the company is at, and given what it has – or rather hasn't – achieved in the past, that would seem to be massively overdone until more drilling and sampling has actually been carried out.As far as I can see the rise has largely been driven by the 'gold rush' which is currently underway in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, and that has all come about as a result of Novo Resources and Artemis Resources started to find watermelon seed sized pieces of gold at its jointly owned Purdy's Reward licence.That has resulted in a scramble to buy up prospecting licences in the area and to get exploration underway, with many of the smaller ASX listed outfits getting involved and seeing some large rises in share price as a result. Coincidentally it has also been very useful for any these companies which were looking to raise funds...Given the amount of interest at the moment this 'gold rush' could well continue for sometime, but ultimately it will come down to more gold being found as often these types of discoveries of nuggets like this turn out to be isolated rather than widespread. That isn't always the case though, and if it were to be proven that this mineralisation is widespread across the area, then there is of course potentially large upside for these small outfits, but at the moment I is too early to tell and a lot of risk is involved in buying into other companies in the hope of piggy-backing the Novo discovery.In the background we also have some significant changes to the mining laws in Western Australia, specifically relating to a 50% increase in gold royalties paid to the government – with a proposed increase to 3.75%.The vote on this will take place next week, with the large gold mining companies fighting it hard and claiming that it will lead to significant job cuts. What is also interesting is that the ASX has already mentioned that if the law change is approved then it may suspend trading on the majority of gold stocks listed on the exchange.So if this does all go ahead it certainly won't provide any help with proving any of these Pilbara deposits to be economically viable, should they actually prove to be more widespread.Although a lot of the focus seems to have been on gold in the area, but Greatland is also exploring the cobalt potential at its Panorama licence, and is currently carrying out sampling. But again this is at a very early stage and the sampling data currently available dates back to the 1970s.There is little point looking too much into the financials of Greatland, given the money that it has just raised (and having had nearly £550,000 in the bank as at December 31 2016), as the last financials are only up until the end of 2016, but cash burn here on running the company isn't a major issue as it only goes through around £50,000 per month in admin expenses and isn't spend huge amounts on the drilling which it will be carrying out.Personally I see a lot of risk in buying at anywhere near to current levels given the downside risk, but with these types of plays the hype can continue for some time until the bubble bursts, unless of course news comes which in any way supports the valuation that the market is currently placing on Greatland. For me though it is one which I would avoid, especially in light of the games which appear to be being played.
08/10/2017
00:26
jlondon: 1) <><> ERNEST GILES, WESTERN AUSTRALIA- Agreement with Newmont [$20.355 billion mkt cap] So far, I have listened to 3-4 interviews Gervaise Heddle, CEO, Greatland Gold Plc, gave in relation to the Agreement with Newmont of 16 May 2017 [Ref:Ernest Giles] The video interview conducted by Zak Mir gives insights that investors are interested in ie "What we can expect from GGP over 6 months." This was PRIOR to the acquiring of the <> 3)Panaroma Gold & Cobalt project, PILBARA, Western Australia. If I recall, Mr Heddle [CEO] said that Newmont is interested in 10,15,20 MILLION OUNCES. This is the link: www.share-talk.com/share-news/gervaise-heddle-ceo-of-greatland-gold-plc-aimggp-video [25 May 2017] Please check as I was not able to tune up the sound to max for obvious reasons. On GGP website www.greatlandgold.com/ernest-giles/ it states:" Greatland believes the project has the potential to deliver significant shareholder value with the discovery of LARGE 5MOZ GOLD CampS & 5-10Mt nickel deposits." [para 2]. Conclusion: From all the said interviews on Ernest Giles, one understands that after 6 months from 16 May 2017, Newmont will share what they have found thus far from their proprietary systems. Moreover, it will be of no cost to GGP. So, it appears that Newmont signed an agreement as Ernest Giles has the potential to be a Tier 1 gold project. Tier 1 is anything above 10MOZ of gold. One can read the initial work that GGP did on Ernest Giles. Investors are also AWAITING Ernest Giles EAST preliminary results which is not covered under the Newmont agreement yet. So, this project is potentially a large one if this can be ascertained. 2) <><>PATERSON project, Western Australia [pg 13 Sep 2017 Presentation] The latest Sep 2017 GGP Presentation can be found on hxxp://greatlandgold.com [Click>Investor Relations>Click&gt; Presentations] or www.greatlandgold.com/media/research-presentations/ The said Presentation states that it is an IOCG deposit {HAVEIRON} ie IRON OXIDE, COPPER & GOLD SIMILAR TO LARGE OLYMPIC DAM & ERNEST HENRY DEPOSITS IN EASTERN AUSTRALIA. Also, " 6 holes included peak results of +15g/t GOLD and +2% COPPER." Note: Enter Olympic Dam on the search engine and Wikipedia states it is the 4TH LARGEST COPPER DEPOSIT & BHP takeover. [External preamble]. Conclusion: So based on a share price of some 0.68p, the market cap is £15m. If one listens to the video interview with Zak Mir, one can follow the order of the 6 projects the co has in Australia. In my last post, I have already covered the Panaroma Gold & Colbalt project which has just begun. So based on the said presentation and video interview, each investor can ascertain the Risk vs Reward according to their understanding & decide accordingly. In the end, the value if there ,will out or not? 8 Oct 2017 DYOR and please check as there can be errors.
07/10/2017
00:39
jlondon: GREATLAND GOLD Research based Q & A to enlighten on our investment on subject matters raised elsewhere. 1)Answer: Re: Paul Johnson sale of GGP shares (RNS 5 Oct 2017)representing a holding below the notifiable 3% threshold. Example "Eric Sprott Announces Investment in Goldstrike Resources Ltd, 22 Sep 2016. "The shares were acquired by Mr Sprott for i n v e s t m e n t purposes. Mr Sprott has a l o n g t e r m view of the investment and may ACQUIRE ADDITIONAL shares either on the OPEN MKT or thru PRIVATE ACQUISITIONS or S E L L the shares either on the OPEN mkt or thru PRIVATE DISPOSITIONS in the future based on MARKET conditions, REFORMULATION OF PLANS and OR OTHER RELEVANT FACTORS." So these said terms are commonly known. One can understand that the word "investment" means that it is run on the lines of an investment business. Paul Johnson has tweeted his response along similar lines. One is aware of other financiers or hedge funds selling their holding as it appears standard policy? 2) Answer: Re: Greatland Gold Plc [London AIM] is "over-valued" at £15m at 0.68p in the last few days? BENCHMARK Example: Goldstrike Resources quoted in Canada as CVE:GSR received an agreement with NEWMONT on 25 April, 2017 [Re: Canadian project]. One can check the share price today, 6 Oct 2017 quoted at Canadian 36c, MARKET CAP C$66.72 million [Ref: Google Finance]. On 25 Apr 2017 the share price of Goldstrike was also 36c. Today*s exchange rate is £1 equals to C$1.64. So C$66.72m = £40.68 million. In addition, the announcement ALSO says that Goldstrike ADDED NEW CLAIMS. Of interest was also the mention of Newmont*s proprietary mining tech. Greatland Gold had also expanded the Ernest Giles licence area and Newmont*s proprietary mining tech was also mentioned. One can see the shares started climbing during the period leading to 25 Apr 2017 Goldstrike Resources & Newmont agreement. So Greatland Gold appears to be NOT OVER-VALUED given that co*s that have agreements with MINING MAJORS like Newmont are not going for a song? Goldstrike has a mkt cap of £40.68m vs Greatland £15m. On 4 Oct 2017 (also nearly a 6 month period), Goldstrike has issued another RNS which gives an up-date of work so far which appears to have NOT YET CONCLUDED yet? 3)Answer: Re: Gervaise Heddle has a 0.2% stake in Greatland Gold. This has been discussed not only here but elsewhere that Mr Heddle, CEO has some 70 million OPTIONS which will become IMMEDIATELY VESTED UPON A CHANGE OF CONTROL. It is beyond the scope of this discussion to go into the compliance aspect eg buying in a closed period etc. 4)Answer: Re: CEO Interviews. I have researched thus far, 3 audio and video interviews that Gervaise Heddle has done on the NEWMONT AGREEMENT with Greatland Gold of 16 May 2017. [Share-Talk, Zak Mir & Proactive Investors] EACH OF THESE INTERVIEWS give d i f f e r e n t INSIGHTS. All the interviewers were aware that Mr Heddle is UNABLE to DISCLOSE confidential agreements etc. I note that Mr Heddle tends to not give interviews to private individuals? There are other interviews that Mr Heddle has given to Share Magazine and other media organisations. Comment: Artemis has today issued an RNS to say that they are going to drill for COBALT at Catlow Castle, PILBARA, Western Australia. One is aware that cobalt is a hot commodity for the coming electric cars etc revolution? Greatland Gold has started on their PANORAMA gold and COBALT project in the PILBARA, Western Australia. So Mr Heddle is HEDGING OTHER PROJECTS eg in cobalt in the hotly discussed Pilbara where Artemis first found "watermelon seed" gold. Artemis Resources on Australia*s ASX [ARV] is quoted today at A 28c with a MARKET CAP of A$129.92 million/£77m [£1=A$1.67]. They have a JV with Novo Resources of Canada so it is not a 100% owned property? Note: Please check as there can be errors in transposition etc. Just to add to the discussion via initial research. However, by no means complete as of yet. P.S. Greatland Gold has 6 projects in Australia which is a Tier 1 jurisdiction. Ernest Giles with Newmont is only 1 project. Panaroma in Pilbara is No 2. So clearly, for £15m mkt cap, not a 1 horse project co.? I have researched into the projects that Newmont Canada or Australia have done agreements with but that is for another day. Sorry this post is rather long as HotCopper guidelines for posting is to quote so that others can check. So please Google the names and subject matters. 7 Oct 2017
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