Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Zeehan Zinc LSE:ZZL London Ordinary Share AU0000XINEA1 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.13p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining - - - - 5.12

Zeehan Zinc Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/8/2009
09:14
With the price if zinc at all time high I would have thought this would move up a bit....
roks
09/8/2009
09:58
Its all gone a little quiet since the AGM. Any ideas?
helpermonkey
31/7/2009
14:53
creat holdings, the funding behind zzl, ought to diversify in Tasmania IMO forget about nickel or zinc (low prices, & low demand) go after onshore methane gas instead :-) http://www.scandoil.com/moxie-bm2/news/empire-seeks-to-double-its-tasmania-basin-program.shtml
andrbea
31/7/2009
12:29
Might pick up a few if the spread narrows :-O jl.
jl202
17/7/2009
12:46
Sorry FLOJO, I'm being stupid they still look like sells - I was referring to the trades at the end of day on the 15th... jl.
jl202
17/7/2009
07:00
Up pre market, unususal but volume has been huge of late !
8trade
16/7/2009
06:30
jl202,they are very early buys,notice they do not have a type of trade.
flojo
15/7/2009
22:41
Huge sells at the close, guess that was dragging the price down? jl.
jl202
15/7/2009
13:21
flojo - take a look at the last RNS maybe something to do with that
numbercruncher2
15/7/2009
13:18
Any idea why the rise,is news due anyone ?
flojo
15/7/2009
13:17
......and another tick up, looks like there isn't much stock around on this one, nice to see some volume here again
numbercruncher2
15/7/2009
13:01
Good volume out of the blue today, not sure why but volume is the key in stocks like this.
8trade
14/7/2009
19:06
To compare Altona to ZZL is a little off the mark in my opinion. I fail to really see the value here. Despite many interesting targets, judging from the experience of old operation and other operations for other base metals in the area, costs of production will be in upper quantile. I have no doubt there are not good targets and likely something will be found, but a deposit rarely equals a profitable one. The area is very well known and to think anything truly world class can be found in terms of grade is off the mark. IMHO the real appeal of many investors here is taking a punt on a penny share that might double, triple in a few days. I hate to say it, but ZZL is a failed Jr miner kept alive by Chinese money as they [the Chinese] probably realise getting hold of Oz mining stock is not easy (RTO) and they will take what they can get. If my holding was worth anything I would sell and top up on ZOX.
p bear
23/6/2009
18:38
I had a small nibble on the news, sort of reminds me of Altona with lots of long term potential, just a case of guessing when the herd moves in for it, Altona stuck around this price for a while then went up to almost 5p in no time, lap of the mm gods, they can kill a stock or take it to crazy prices, best to have small stakes in them all and sell each one as they treble or more, all the mining stocks seem to do it eventually.
8trade
23/6/2009
15:27
Yes, but also sounds very long term! 10p in 2010?
induna123
23/6/2009
13:17
These results show there is real potential within our exploration licences and the Company is committed to continuing its exploration operations at the same time as pursuing aggressive expansion plans and making the most of the current global financial climate... ------- Sounds quite interesting.
monis
23/6/2009
11:25
Just this market, lots of small caps coming out with positive news but not many buyers about and as ZZL has been so quiet of late the mm's have some stock to offer before any movement, 2 of the 4 mm's have moved to the 1.1p bid leaving one mm offering 1.35p but you can still buy easily at 1.24p online.
8trade
23/6/2009
10:10
Yes roks ,about time this could be a multibagger here ,going to top up with 100k.Good luck all.
flojo
23/6/2009
10:03
is this good news or what? edit: just topped up a wee bit.
roks
23/6/2009
09:21
Exploration Update Encouraging Geophysical Responses Identified by the SkyTEM Airborne EM Survey Introduction Zeehan Zinc Limited announces the completion of a High Resolution Airborne Electromagnetic and Magnetic ("EM") Survey over the entirety of its licences in Western Tasmania, Australia. The completion of this programme signifies the first step in a major exploration programme being undertaken by the Company during 2009/10. The aim of the survey was to detect anomalous conductive responses in the EM data that could be directly targeted for base metal mineralisation. Methods A 'Skytem' helicopter borne time-domain electromagnetic survey was flown by Geoforce Pty Ltd for Zeehan Zinc Ltd. The survey was centred around the old mining township of Zeehan, and included the entire areas held under tenements EL18/2003, EL30/2002, and EL20/2002 (Figure 1). A SkyTEM EM data acquisition system was used, together with a Scintrex CS-2 magnetometer attached to the frame. The survey was flown to detect stratiform base-metal deposits and Avebury-style Nickel mineralisation. Results and Continuing Exploration The airborne survey produced a large number of strong responses which have been split into six levels of interest. It is proposed that the two highest levels of interest will be investigated first as these are the most likely candidates to fit our target exploration model. The conductors have further been split into six zones which represent larger structures. The continuing exploration for 2009 will focus on the two most prospective of these areas: The Comstock Conductive Zone and The Tenth Legion/Kynance mineral occurrences. The Company will now undertake Stage Two of the program which will consist of ground reconnaissance and mapping, Ground EM and magnetic surveys, and soil geochemistry. The results for this program will be available later in the year and will culminate in the initiation of Stage Three in early 2010 which will consist of shallow drilling to finally determine the nature of the conductors and potential new resources. These results show there is real potential within our exploration licences and the Company is committed to continuing its exploration operations at the same time as pursuing aggressive expansion plans and making the most of the current global financial climate A full version of this announcement, including Figure 1, can be found on the Company's website www.zeehanzinc.com. The interpretations contained in this report are based on the training and experience of the author geophysicist, Kate Godber of Mitre Geophysics Pty Ltd and information passed on during the course of the investigation. As with all geophysical data, multiple interpretations are possible. Strong EM responses may be caused by non-metallic conductors such as graphitic rocks or salty water, or metallic but barren conductors like pyrite and pyrrhotite. In addition, not all styles of economic sulphide mineralisation give a recognisable EM response (e.g. broadly disseminated deposits can give no response), and some geological conditions produce anomalous EM responses that are not associated with economic sulphides. In this area particularly, large stratigraphic (graphitic) conductors cause strong EM responses that are not attributable to sulphide mineralisation. For further information please visit www.zeehanzinc.com or contact:
8trade
10/6/2009
06:55
area news http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2009/04/14/2542775.htm
andrbea
01/6/2009
16:22
Not much news flow on this one, jl.
jl202
29/5/2009
10:55
Hello all,new to this company,just dipped my toe in ,got 100k @ .0131p,seems to be a good price.
flojo
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