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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Afritin Mining Limited LSE:ATM London Ordinary Share GG00BD95V148 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 6.10 6.00 6.20 6.10 6.10 6.10 4,650,726 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.1 -1.8 -0.3 - 53

Afritin Mining Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/3/2021
09:29
Surprises should be to the upside with ATM......
lasata
15/3/2021
09:03
what a great company :)
ukgeorge
13/3/2021
20:30
I'll happily sell out at the 41p price mentioned in the ATM part of that article! f
fillipe
13/3/2021
18:13
Interesting share price here https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-9355529/SMALL-CAP-MOVERS-Avacta-leaps-test-detects-new-Covid-variant.html hopefully, on its way!
contact2fsnetcouk
12/3/2021
19:36
BB... agree with you on ALTYN, although RNS’s not very informative and lacking future projections, but I believe they can achieve steady production growth and if Qtr 1 2021 is similar or better than Qtr 4 2020 then we're off to the races and should test 3p..... anyway back to ATM I did say could race through 5s & 6s (post 192). Been a good week!
mold breaker
12/3/2021
18:48
Just noticed that ATM have updated the "Capital Structure" page on their website. hxxp://afritinmining.com/capital-structure/ Interesting to observe that as of 26-Feb - Shore Capital's 8.81% holding has vanished off the list! - Hargreaves Lansdown Asset Mgt upped their stake from 4.92% to 6.34% - Canaccord Genuity Wealth Mgt now holds 6.29% - up from 5.11% - Interactive Investors (retail clients?) climbed up to 5.1% from 2.73% - Jarvis Investment Mgt reduced from 3.61% to 2.76% Between them the top 10 hold almost 60% of the company. I'm still intrigued that we don't see any TR-1s for these movements in holdings but I guess as long as the share price keeps going up no one gives a toss!
outlawinvestor
12/3/2021
15:14
Off topic, but altyn gold looks remarkably similar - under publicised, large resource, profitable and growing production. Anyway - Roll on whatever share price this goes to of Tin keeps going like this....
bobbieblock
12/3/2021
14:26
They are going to be getting something like $6M from Galp so I don't think that is an issue, yes longer term they will need to raise funds for the equity element to build the mine but this is a couple of years away and hopefully the EC will be lending money on the cheap. Sorry for being off topic. Roll on afrtin hitting 10p :) what a great few months
ukgeorge
12/3/2021
14:24
Just to let shareholders and prospective investors know that AfriTin will be presenting at Mello Tuesday Investing in Gold and Mining Event on Tuesday 16th March at 6pm-9:30pm. Use code MTGold70 for 70% off! The webinar will include how to invest in Gold & Mining, covering everything from buying gold coins and bars through to stakes in gold producers paying regular dividends. We will also cover ETFs, gold indexes, gold exploration & mining companies and investment funds, featuring a number of presentations. The webinar will provide a broad range with a panel session to cover all these options and assessing the risks and opportunities now open to investors. We have a fantastic line up of company presentations from AfriTin, Condor Gold, Taseko Mining and Caledonia Mining. Https://melloevents.com/mellotuesday-investing-in-gold-mining/
melloteam
12/3/2021
14:11
UKGeorge - SAV is on my watchlist and I liked their update earlier in the week. My only concern is that they look like they will need to raise some cash in the next few months.
montyville2
12/3/2021
13:42
My entire portfolio except for one is mining related, these are the current star performer, SAV is also doing nicely a lithium play based in portugal, expecting a good year. I've got quite a few related to battery materials and the sector looks very promising.
ukgeorge
12/3/2021
13:28
Montyville2, I'm involved in GPM and ALS as well as these, and that's enough mining stocks for me mate.
diamond1
12/3/2021
13:23
Diamond - I am the opposite as I prefer miners and oil stocks. I follow Joel Deakin on twitter, and while you obviously have to do your own research, he has alerted me to a number of strong resource stocks. I also follow Malcy's comments for oil companies and he has alerted me to a number of good situations. Obviously DYOR but thought I would share these sources that I 'trust' more than some of the other commentators.
montyville2
12/3/2021
12:55
Montyville2, Let's hopr you're right. I don't have a great record when it comes to investing in miners.
diamond1
12/3/2021
12:38
decided to sell 100k shares, @6.645p still got 400k, and currently 175% up so seemed a sensible thing to do. Will hold on for 10p+ for the next sale.
ukgeorge
12/3/2021
12:23
4m trade at 5.9p I wonder if that's been a worked buy over the last few days, hence the major strength?
3ootuk
12/3/2021
12:22
Diamond - agreed - The 'Tin story' is why I got involved. Presumably Dominic Frisby gives what he writes some thought, and it was more a question to the community really, as I don't see a realistic scenario where everything is lost.
montyville2
12/3/2021
12:19
I suppose with mining there's always the risk of a major disaster. Caml had a tailings dam fail costing a fair bit in cleanup, Shell are being sued in the UK for pollution abroad (Nigeria). Plenty of companies in Africa have run foul of the Government's, though Namibia is more stable and we have good local relations.
3ootuk
12/3/2021
12:14
Montyville2, I don't know if you're missing something, I'm just relating what Dominic Frisby said in the Moneyweek article. My reason for investing is more the 'Tin Story' than the company itself. Tin is looking to be in demand and there are very few ways to invest, other than the miners.
diamond1
12/3/2021
12:06
Diamond - welcome aboard - I think this is undervalued and the potential to multibag possibly tem times - but not sure I agree with the comment 'or lose the lot'. The company has been very circumspect to date moving from development to production on thier own. They are sitting on a large resource with sought after minerals and in Africa terms a relatively stable country, therefore I struggle to see what the potential scenario would be to 'lose the lot'. Am I missing something?
montyville2
12/3/2021
11:48
UKG....thank you. Has anyone put a slide rule over ATM's valuation....just looks very cheap to my eye.
lasata
12/3/2021
10:56
Tin price steady today....... How many shares in issue?
lasata
12/3/2021
10:48
welcome aboard, the tin market is in a great place and afritin have a good asset in a good location that can be expanded, the management are alligned with the shareholders and doing a good job.
ukgeorge
12/3/2021
10:46
Just bought a few of these having read about them in Moneyweek just over a week ago. Done a little bit of research since then of course. Interesting. The writer said I could get ten times my money or lose the lot. Could be an interesting ride. Must admit, I like the ticker symbol.
diamond1
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