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Alien Metals LSE:UFO London Ordinary Share VGG017351021 COM SHS NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.13p 0 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.12p 0.14p 0.13p 0.13p 0.13p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -1.15 -0.74 0.9

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16/1/2019
08:20
Alien Metals Daily Update: Alien Metals is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker UFO. The last closing price for Alien Metals was 0.13p.
Alien Metals has a 4 week average price of 0.11p and a 12 week average price of 0.11p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.18p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.11p.
There are currently 716,142,941 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,361,661 shares. The market capitalisation of Alien Metals is £930,985.82.
26/5/2010
15:16
kvrr: AFC Energy. Current share price 17p, current broker target 137p
31/12/2005
14:13
radarlove: mitzis, Your day of reckoning has come Re: dowsing for future share prices. :) You predicted in March that at December 31st 2005 the share price of these companies would be: ASOS: 130p Actual price: 69P SPORTINGBET: 300p Actual price: 343P CYC HOLDINGS: 4.5p Actual Price: 1.15P CHINA WONDER: 130p Actual Price: 28.5 LONDON ASIA: 25p Actual Price: 16.25 MARCHPOLE HOLDINGS: 45p Actual Price: 15.5P PIPEX COMMUNICATIONS: 10p Actual Price: 11.95 MATRIX COMMUNICATIONS: 500p Actual Price: 143P GW PHARMA: 120p Actual Price: 150P CONCLUSIONS: While none of the share prices you predicted match up to the actual outcome, with some being hopelessly and completely wrong, there is one which stands out - Pipex Communications. Only because when you gave the prediction the share price stood at 7.5p. To counteract this you had some spectacular failures including Matrix Communications, China Wonder, Marchpole Holdings and CYC Holdings. If one had gone long on these predictions, that investor would now be nursing serious losses. I have no problem in accepting that dowsing works consistently for discovering physical and tangible conditions like Water - I have proven this myself various times - but the idea that dowsing can be used for predicting future share prices or even world events, is, in my view, complete bunkum. How can this be done when the future is fluid and so many probabilities can effect the eventual outcome? For example, with ASOS, how could anyone have predicted the Buncefield oil depot explosion and the detrimental outcome to the warehouse? This was just sheer bad fortune. At the time of your share price prediction, no-one knew where the new warehouse was even going to be located. I apologise if I sound over-critical but it is highly dangerous to go around telling people that dowsing can work for predicting future share prices when the evidence clearly shows the complete opposite. Guesswork or putting a pin randomly into a chart would have produced better results than yours. PS: My future share price predictions using dowsing faired no better.
15/4/2005
20:33
radarlove: cfol, I think the major problem in the Stock Market (SM) are the market-makers. They screw it up. It is their perception which influences the trends. They are the lemming leaders. Take our mutual friend CYC. Buys have far outweighed sells in recent days and yet the stock has fallen 10%. This drop has been purely caused by the MMs perception of the present negative sentiment in the SM. I don't see how anyone can foil this as the MMs will always be in control of the price. Then you have an individual like Simon Cawkwell, who has the notoriety and power to influence a share price I have been studying him recently as I got caught up in his recent under the belt bear-raid tactics with Neteller. Quite fascinating to watch how one man, helped by his media cronies, can influence an AIM stock sp, and at times quite dramatically. Again, How can one stop this? We know the SM is steeped in insider trading, media manipulation and general under the belt shannanigans. The FSA has little influence or power over these perpetrators and even then, the private investor has to deal with the whims of the MMs who at the end of the day, control the share price. Why then invest in the SM when the odds are so stacked against you? I wonder myself sometimes. :)) Farsight, While I completely agree with you on the view that 'We create our own reality', this is for our own individual lives. I don't see how you can create a particular stock share price, for example, when you are competing with thousands of other people. There will be the bulls and the bears and their power and influence will fluctuate through the year. At present, the bears are back in ascendance. Perhaps, the man who creates the ideal reality, would have sold all his shares a few weeks back and now be sitting on the cash sidelines, amused by the present carnage going on. That I could understand. I agree an individual like Simon Cawkwell has the power to influence a sp, but these are rare people. Warren Buffett is another that springs to mind. The key, in my view, is the media. If you know how to manipulate them and have the means to do so, then you stand a chance. Otherwise, the Stock Market is beyond the 'You create your own reality' ethos.
09/3/2005
12:04
radarlove: mitzis, I bought a lovely quartz crystal pendulum last weekend and been having some fun with it. I decided to give the share dowsing a go. The initial results are below. My criteria is more basic than yours. I can only say that at some point during 2005 the share price given will be touched on. I'll recheck them at a later date and give myself the right to change the prices, if need be. I believe the future is fluid with timelines regularly altering. Sportingbet: 400p Neteller: 1500p CYC Holdings: 7p ASOS: 110p Marchpole Holdings: 60p Ideal Shopping: 400p ADVFN: 7p China Wonder: 120p I also experimented with companies that are to be floated this year. Because of my Chinese interest, I chose two which are 'allegedly' being floated by CYC Holdings during the Spring. Remember, I have no idea what the initial IPO price will be!! Sweet China: 100p China Cat: 500p I am embarrassed by my Neteller prediction as it seems unrealistic. The other prices appear more realistic given the present market conditions. As to the IPOS, well anything could happen here! :))
04/1/2005
19:13
radarlove: Neo, What a bizarre photo. It looks like a chunk of nutty Toblerone chocolate! :) cfol, You know far more about LDC than I, so thank you for your well-researched information and argument. I note you use fundamental analysis for the LDC argument and while medium to long term this may have a strong bearing, short term it will be sentiment that drives the share price as people jump on the Eastern bandwagon. Questions: Will AIM floated Chinese companies become the next technology boom? How many Chinese IPOs will AIM accept during 2005? Which company, CYC or LDC, will be the first to market this year? I agree, the wise investor should invest in both. BUT... If the potential of CYC bears fruit this year, what an exciting prospect. China Cat is going to be a wonderful IPO. Oil related: Large enough to become a FTSE 250 company within a few years: This, in my view, is the 'one' which will give CYC credibility. The company have already successfully floated two previous companies. This places it ahead of LDC. They will also be the first to market. So, with three IPOs in the offing (China Cat, China Sweet, China Map), plus the two different investment companies it is heading up. Then there are the actual IPOs themselves to invest in - perhaps, for just a stag (look at China Wonder!) I agree, never put all your eggs into one basket, but if the CYC basket fulfils its Eastern promise... a serious amount of money to be made here.
06/10/2004
15:52
radarlove: offerman, cfol, While on the subject of shares, it is fun to hypothesise whether other ET races have an equivalent to a Stock Market. Do they use money or bartering etc.. how do their societies economically work? How much does a 'Grey' pay for a 'Sports Model Craft', for example? :) ASOS has been my major success this year. I caught the share price at 13p and been jumping in and out since! I tend more to be a swinger investor (two to three weeks). Day trading is far too nerve-jangling. I also sell just before and after results. I have a couple of investments which are medium term (6 months). I tried being a long term investor, but it became too boring and frustrating. I have also looked at CYH. 'Shares Magazine' tipped it some time ago. Like both of you, the number of shares concern me. They have been on my watch list in the past. I tend to specialise more in internet related stocks. Sportingbet.com are another investment. But now I'm turning Chinese, I really think so, la, la, la...
06/10/2004
08:16
radarlove: cfol3, I am aware of LDC. I have been a little put off with China related companies because I felt they were 'faddy' - rather like technology was in 1999! The LDC chart doesn't look too great, although, after a rise from 5p to 23p in one go, not surprising. Were you on that particular gravy train? After interviewing CYC, I feel this company may have more potential than LDC. They plan to expand into a variety of different Chinese business areas and not just IPOs. I am impressed with the MD. The company has faced many challenges and been able to overcome them. For me, CYC are the quality play. The downside is that investors may become impatient and frustrated and we could see a volatile share price ahead. The watershed will be the China Cat IPO, in my view, but I would be surprised if this occurs before Christmas. Therefore, next year could be the company's year. Meanwhile, I will be building a stake in the coming months, hoping for a profitable return during 2005.
30/9/2004
16:49
radarlove: mitzis, I am not sure where the 10p will come from this year for AFN. Also, Sportingbet.com and the forecast of 160p before Christmas is looking a little dodgey too! Never mind. I thought the AFN results were close to expectations and with the potential of the forthcoming ALLIPO (EO) float, one can see the share price climbing to 5p and beyond between now and Christmas. I still think 10p is a little hopeful though!!
30/8/2004
08:54
radarlove: mitzis, Welcome back! I am interested to know how the share dowsing is going. Are your end of year price predictions for Sportingbet.com, ADVFN etc.. still on, or can they change during the interim? For example, if some totally unexpected, out of the blue mishap, occurred to a particular company, could your dowsing, given this event, then change its future share price prediction?
21/5/2004
08:37
radarlove: mitzis, Perhaps, we should charge for our tips? :)) I find your AFN 'dowsing' of 10p by Christmas is really putting you on the line given the present 3.5 share price. Can you confirm this? Also, what do you get for CFP and MXC? Perhaps, we should both give three 'dowsing' tips each for this year end and the one closest the mark wins a bottle of champagne?
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