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Papua Min LSE:PML London Ordinary Share GB00B42TN250 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.125p -10.00% 1.125p 1.10p 1.15p 1.25p 1.125p 1.25p 6,104,494 16:13:36
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -6.6 -6.5 - 1.71

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21/11/2017
08:20
Papua Min Daily Update: Papua Min is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PML. The last closing price for Papua Min was 1.25p.
Papua Min has a 4 week average price of 1.13p and a 12 week average price of 1.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.78p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.60p.
There are currently 151,994,423 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 6,659,730 shares. The market capitalisation of Papua Min is £1,709,937.26.
20/11/2017
17:15
x54v: Good to see a few buying the dip today. Hopefully this will be the end of the short term weakness and price will start to head higher once more. Investment case still intact despite the naysayers trying to persuade people otherwise in order to get a low price: --- x54v - 01 Nov 2017 - 20:00:57 - 123 of 340 Papua Mining plc - PML PML continues to offer a great opportunity for investment at these levels. It's easier to build a decent sized position at the lows whilst short termers sell due to boredom. Building a position at lows and holding as the story unfolds and the share price rises is certainly a more profitable strategy than chasing spikes. So what makes PML shares a good investment? Cashed up - the company has £1.39 million cash after the recent fund raising. This is a sizeable war chest which can be used to create value and drive a much higher share price. Skin in the game - the directors own 28.6% of PML. Most recently they invested £267.9k in the placing. That really is a significant sum to invest in such a small company. Their fortunes are closely aligned with those of the shareholders and as such they are financially motivated to drive the share price upwards. By investing such a large amount in the company they have also shown a real vote of confidence in the new strategy. Paul Johnson - a key investor and director. He has shown the Midas touch with the likes of CON and GGP which have multi-bagged in a short period and where he built up positions at lows. More recently THR (where he is also a director and shareholder) has started to move up rapidly on significant volume. PJ has built up a 5.5% stake in PML and will help engineer a rising share price by attracting a wider audience and helping influence the board. Assets - PML has world-class gold and copper assets in Australia and Papua New Guinea. The recent acquisition significantly transformed PML's asset base and all 3 projects hold the potential to be fast-tracked. Newsflow / potential catalysts - plenty of near term newsflow is likely starting with ground exploration at the Lighthouse Project where there is the potential for a mineralised gold system in an area with excellent historical drilling results. Low market cap - PML is a sub £5m micro-cap. With such a low capitalisation it doesn't take that much in the way of good news to multiply the share price several times over. With good newsflow, there is the possibility of a multi-bagger here. Chart - the price has been basing sideways for several months now. Sideways bases can often act as the precursor to a significant and sustained rise when price breaks above the top of the base e.g. see the 2 year charts of BMN, IQE, GAW, GGP, ZOO etc.
17/11/2017
22:52
x54v: Oh dear, 2magpies really does seem to have a deep seated need to be "right". How sad. In his own twisted mind he thinks he is right because the share price is down a bit...in the very, very short term. But all my posts were nothing to do with the short term. I was highlighting what I see as the large upside potential in the LONG term. Nothing has changed. A few placees have sold in an illiquid stock and that has unsurprisingly caused the share price to fall temporarily. But the long term prospects are still there. And the reward:risk is even better. 2magpies will be singing the praises of the stock before long when he has picked up his line of stock. Which as we all know is what he is looking to do. "Sadly some idiot rampers think they can influence the sp!" Well isn't that a case of pot, kettle, black. 2magpies has been on this thread constantly for the past week talking the share down. Why would he do that if he thinks that anyone can influence the share price. That would be idiotic, wouldn't it lol
10/11/2017
10:06
x54v: PML still totally under the radar and offering a great opportunity to pick up stock before a significant potential rise. Here's what makes the shares a great investment imo: Cashed up - the company has £1.39 million cash after the recent fund raising. This is a sizeable war chest which can be used to create value and drive a much higher share price. Skin in the game - the directors own 28.6% of PML, not far off 1/3 of the entire company! Most recently they invested £267.9k in the placing. That really is a significant sum to invest in such a small company. Their fortunes are closely aligned with those of the shareholders and as such they are financially motivated to drive the share price upwards. By investing such a large amount in the company they have also shown a real vote of confidence in the new strategy. Paul Johnson - a key investor and director. He has shown the Midas touch with the likes of CON and GGP which have multi-bagged in a short period and where he built up positions at lows. More recently THR (where he is also a director and shareholder) has started to move up rapidly on significant volume. PJ has built up a 5.5% stake in PML and will help engineer a rising share price by attracting a wider audience and helping influence the board. Assets - PML has world-class gold and copper assets in Australia and Papua New Guinea. The recent acquisition significantly transformed PML's asset base and all 3 projects hold the potential to be fast-tracked. Newsflow / potential catalysts - plenty of near term newsflow is likely starting with ground exploration at the Lighthouse Project where there is the potential for a mineralised gold system in an area with excellent historical drilling results. Low market cap - PML is a sub £5m micro-cap. With such a low capitalisation it doesn't take that much in the way of good news to multiply the share price several times over. With good newsflow, there is the possibility of a multi-bagger here. Chart - the price has been basing sideways for several months now. Sideways bases can often act as the precursor to a significant and sustained rise when price breaks above the top of the base e.g. see the 2 year charts of BMN, IQE, GAW, GGP, ZOO etc.
06/11/2017
07:40
x54v: It would potentially attract others to the company who might not have noticed it otherwise. They would then see the value in PML's other assets and broadcast that to others. The THR story is getting out there more quickly. Whilst Pilbara isn't likely to be a primary interest, the value in Pilot Mountain and Molyhil is now reaching a lot more investors than it would have otherwise. I suppose it all depends on your aims. Mine is to have a strongly rising share price, and as soon as possible. Those who have different aims will have a different view. That's what makes a market.
05/11/2017
23:05
x54v: The company certainly has good assets especially those recently acquired and I'm sure attention will be currently turned there. I do personally think that Pilbara would be an additional worthwhile area of focus, even if not a primary one. As a comparison, THR also has good assets which it has been focussing on, but the announcement the other day that it is considering an acquisition in Pilbara as something new put a rocket under the share price. The large increases in price and volume mean that the move has generated lots of extra interest in the company all of a sudden i.e. Pilbara has effectively been a means of advertising the company. Word quickly spreads, more and more folk who might not previously have noticed THR are suddenly interested, they buy in and up goes the price and volume which in itself attracts other potential buyers. As an investor what I'm interested in is a rising share price. Anything which can potentially attract new investors and help drive the price higher is therefore of interest. As mentioned earlier, it needn't be a primary area of focus. THR has other primary areas of focus and is considering Pilbara as something extra. No reason that PML can't manage something similar imo.
04/11/2017
09:33
x54v: The recent placing was used partly to pay for the exciting BGM prospects in Queensland which have significantly transformed PML's asset base. However after paying for those, there's still a whopping amount of cash left over: £1.39 million. "The balance of £1,390,000 (before expenses) to be applied to working capital for Papua and its diversified portfolio" Https://investegate.co.uk/papua-mining-plc--pml-/rns/conditional-placing-and-acquisition/201709181041180314R PJ is clearly very aware of the excitement around the Pilbara gold rush and keen to get in on the action judging by his tweets: Https://twitter.com/pauljohnson9691/status/926728672228331521 With him having gone out his way to ensure that the companies where he is currently director and significant shareholder (THR, MNRG) have Pilbara exposure, could the same happen with PML I wonder? It would make sense: the company has that huge £1.39 million cash balance waiting to be used, Pilbara is a hot area and PJ is a director, significant shareholder and person of influence on the board of PML. Any word of such a move could well be the catalyst to drive the share price sharply higher from here. It certainly seems to have worked with THR with the share price showing strong price and volume gains since the recent announcement of a possible Pilbara acquisition.
03/11/2017
09:36
x54v: When Paul Johnson gets seriously involved with a stock, the share price moves from sideways to a strong upwards trend like this: Http://goo.gl/V6Fs2g Http://goo.gl/xoWRr1 Http://goo.gl/QkRzH4 With PML we've just had the sideways bit so far: Http://goo.gl/uNTw2W The charts above hint at what might come next.
01/11/2017
20:00
x54v: PML continues to offer a great opportunity for investment at these levels. It's easier to build a decent sized position at the lows whilst short termers sell due to boredom. Building a position at lows and holding as the story unfolds and the share price rises is certainly a more profitable strategy than chasing spikes. So what makes PML shares a good investment? Cashed up - the company has £1.39 million cash after the recent fund raising. This is a sizeable war chest which can be used to create value and drive a much higher share price. Skin in the game - the directors own 28.6% of PML. Most recently they invested £267.9k in the placing. That really is a significant sum to invest in such a small company. Their fortunes are closely aligned with those of the shareholders and as such they are financially motivated to drive the share price upwards. By investing such a large amount in the company they have also shown a real vote of confidence in the new strategy. Paul Johnson - a key investor and director. He has shown the Midas touch with the likes of CON and GGP which have multi-bagged in a short period and where he built up positions at lows. More recently THR (where he is also a director and shareholder) has started to move up rapidly on significant volume. PJ has built up a 5.5% stake in PML and will help engineer a rising share price by attracting a wider audience and helping influence the board. Assets - PML has world-class gold and copper assets in Australia and Papua New Guinea. The recent acquisition significantly transformed PML's asset base and all 3 projects hold the potential to be fast-tracked. Newsflow / potential catalysts - plenty of near term newsflow is likely starting with ground exploration at the Lighthouse Project where there is the potential for a mineralised gold system in an area with excellent historical drilling results. Low market cap - PML is a sub £5m micro-cap. With such a low capitalisation it doesn't take that much in the way of good news to multiply the share price several times over. With good newsflow, there is the possibility of a multi-bagger here. Chart - the price has been basing sideways for several months now. Sideways bases can often act as the precursor to a significant and sustained rise when price breaks above the top of the base e.g. see the 2 year charts of BMN, IQE, GAW, GGP, ZOO etc.
18/10/2017
16:15
x54v: Good to see so much skin in the game. The directors hold 32.25% of the company between them. A signficant chunk. They are certainly incentivised to move the share price upwards. Https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/papua-min-PML/share-news/Papua-Mining-Plc-Holdings-in-Company/75888840
12/10/2017
12:45
cpap man: PML looking v.good for a mega share price rise!!!!
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