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Vatukoula Gold Share Chat - VGM

Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Vatukoula Gold LSE:VGM London Ordinary Share GB00B52ZLG09 ORD 5P
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00 +0.00% 2.30 0.00 0.00 - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 39.1 -16.9 -12.7 - 7.94

Vatukoula Gold Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/5/2015
13:48
Anyone go to the AGM Monday?At Laytonsp@
18/5/2015
13:51
Did it go bust? I used to trade this a few years ago. Was about 90 pence last time I looked.johndee
11/5/2015
15:22
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11/5/2015
15:18
Well well. Do we have to do anything or will we just get the 3.72p?waterloo01
11/5/2015
15:12
Exciting Developments ! www.vgmplc.com/downloads/2015%20AGM%20Notice%20and%20Proxy.pdfchinese investor
23/4/2015
07:17
Ross, one way that these things can play out is for the Chinese (via another company) to provide the money to VGM by a secured loan. Then call in the loan and take the asset when VGM can't pay. Or they can just not keep you informed. Or raise shares in a private placement - diluting you by a factor of a few thousand. [That's better for them tax wise.] Or they can just run the company and completely ignore you - how would you know if they are taking money out or not?augustusgloop
23/4/2015
02:34
Guys I'm like most here, bought and believed the story, so disappointed with the out come. One question, if I keep the shares I have and don't sell them, and the Chinese turn this mine around and it starts making money again, how do you see it been played out. Could they also force us private investors to sell just as it turns a corner. Thanksross k
16/4/2015
15:49
Augustusloop spot on about the directors. So I take it I should take the £600 (3.72p) and run. If they come up with the money. Or forget them and see if they get funding and march on when(not if) the price of gold rises. The chinese might know about the reality of gold imports and chinese gold holdings.tarnow
16/4/2015
12:37
I didn't go for the gamble ! I sold my VGM shares the minute after the announcement of going private was released. I got around 3p. Chinese Investor (VGM) 9 Jun'14 - 08:43 1.51p To Buy ! 3.72p To Sell In December (Possibly) !chinese investor
16/4/2015
11:59
tarnow, you have every right to be mad - but not with the Chinese. They overpaid for the mine. The reality was that the mine should have been shut down - it was worthless. Investors were led to believe that the mine was viable without investment - then it turned out that they needed $40 million - and then that proved to be not nearly enough. The VGM directors knew quite well that this was the case -- Even I knew that many millions were needed.augustusgloop
16/4/2015
11:48
Chinese. I own 17000 of these still. Lost £17000. Don't want to accept their offer as if they get funded the company would be turned around. I am mad. Are you taking the 3.75ptarnow
09/4/2015
19:42
Share Purchase Has Been Put Back To April 2015 !chinese investor
09/4/2015
19:28
Cost per oz Six Months to Dec 2014 was $1,243 (previous $1,377). Realised per oz Six Months to Dec 2014 was $1,221 (previous $1,286). Cost per oz for Dec 2014 was $1,011 !chinese investor
09/4/2015
19:22
Operational Update ! "The cash advances under the Zhongrun Loan agreement have enabled the mine to invest in key pieces of capital equipment and mine infrastructure. This investment and the lower price fuel prices have helped decrease the cash costs per ounce. We are seeing a general downward trend in our costs with the cash cost in December 2014 at US$1,011 per ounce. For the months of January and February 2015, however, the cash costs increased to around US$1250 and 1350 per ounce range due to lower ore grades. Substantial funding is required for mine development and expansion, in order to achieve the mine’s nameplate capacity and to reduce unit cost. We continue to discuss with some strategic investors for major funding.”chinese investor
05/4/2015
14:14
:-) Very good!andy
05/4/2015
12:29
....and then maybe not !chinese investor
05/4/2015
12:24
So, if oil reaches MINUS $350 a barrel the mine may be profitable?augustusgloop
05/4/2015
12:22
"the company has a very high power cost representing approximately 35% of its operating costs"chinese investor
05/4/2015
12:11
CI, And by how much will that reduce the cost?andy
04/4/2015
21:02
one can but hopeharrytuesday
04/4/2015
20:55
Energy costs are much lower !chinese investor
04/4/2015
20:28
Buywell, Exactly, it's not economic at current gold prices. Quite why the Chinese bought it is totally beyond me.andy
02/4/2015
09:40
According to GoldmanSucks, mineable reserves of gold have only 20 years to run: New report says there are only “20 years of known mineable reserves of gold” So perhaps there is a future for the mine, and some hope for us shareholders.nicd
02/4/2015
09:37
Hardly a surprise is it? How anyone trusted them to comply is beyond me.andy
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