Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Altyn Plc LSE:ALTN London Ordinary Share GB00B015PT76 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.03p +6.67% 0.48p 0.45p 0.51p 0.48p 0.47p 0.47p 3,287,823 13:46:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 15.2 -3.1 -0.1 - 11

Altyn Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/8/2019
14:17
Agreed..........
chrisdgb
21/8/2019
14:01
Edit stock now available at 0.50. Hopefully get a bit of buying pressure next week. Providing update is comprehensive and perhaps get a forward looking statement. Of course funding news would be most welcome. We shall see. GLA
wrighty46
21/8/2019
13:38
Getting hard to buy online nothing available under 0.51p now. GLA
wrighty46
21/8/2019
08:31
It would be nice if the overhang cleared prior to the interims announcement next week. An awful lot of shares have been sold in the last few weeks that has kept a lid on the share price.
tim000
21/8/2019
08:18
Someone got their buying boots on today......
chrisdgb
18/8/2019
22:37
Worth reading. Supports researchanalyst's view that the gold market is set to tighten considerably in the next few years. The three tips may be worth looking at too. hxxps://www.outsiderclub.com/report/the-golden-bull-three-junior-miners-to-dominate-2019/1365
tim000
14/8/2019
10:48
Hi jerrypike can I ask if you made it to the AGM this year? If so any snippets you may be able to share? ATB wrighty
wrighty46
14/8/2019
09:23
Sloppy-they are not going to take it private.
jerrypike
13/8/2019
16:05
Sloppy I think the answer to the question you pose, is nobody really knows. Re Kemin v Altyn, I think Chip's post 258 gives as good a summary as you are likely to find. RT
roguetreader
13/8/2019
14:11
How much are the events that played out with Kemin Resources holding this one back I wonder. Obviously another Assaubayev vehicle, which ultimately resulted in a compulsory delisting, as they could not find a replacement nominated adviser. I know the circumstances are a little different but nevertheless the apparent disregard for private shareholders at the time and in the aftermath of the delisting cannot help sentiment here. It appears like ourselves, kemin shareholders have been trying in vain to reach out to the Assaubayev's and are hitting a brick wall. If Altyn remain unable to get access to capital via their full listing then at what point does it become superfluous to requirement; hence will AFR look for a back door way to take this out of our hands for nothing. I have built a reasonable position here over time but must admit the Kemin situation does concern me. It is not necessarily the delisting itslef but the complete disregard for private investors since it occurred; all this when apparently the assets have continued to perform well. Interested to hear other views as the disconnect with POG is increasing by the day. Admittedly funding is the main reason but can't but help think there are other considerations.
sloppyg
13/8/2019
10:53
Thanks. I'm only interested in cash generative businesses, and ones that make a profit too. I know of most of these, indeed I was invested in Rambler for a short while. The coming slowdown is going to hurt non-PMG miners, especially those which aren't self-financing. I'd be wary of investing in anything that consistently needs fresh equity capital.
tim000
13/8/2019
10:39
Another is rambler, a copper/gold mining company in Canada.
excellance
13/8/2019
09:42
Others to consider, tho not gold, are galileo, Horizonte, and Eurasia Mining. In the gold space there's ECR which is even higher risk but if successful should be sensational.
excellance
13/8/2019
09:37
Actually quite a large profit!
tim000
13/8/2019
09:26
Should actually be making a profit now. Definitely this one is behind the curve imo. GLA
wrighty46
13/8/2019
09:22
This could finally be the start of the big push upwards.....!!
chrisdgb
13/8/2019
09:18
I know all the negatives about shareholder communications, the majority shareholder, etc, but does anyone know of a quoted company that is cheaper than this in terms of its financials? I honestly don't, and continue to buy.
tim000
12/8/2019
13:16
Yup To be fair, someone has been underpinning this for some time, hooking up ALL sells, and slowly slowly raising the bid.
excellance
11/8/2019
22:35
This looks poised to breakout out of the long term down trend. With gold at $1500 it wouldn't take much news or maybe no news to see a strong breakout.
ilostthelot
09/8/2019
19:18
I agree with you that profits will be reinvested in the business, so it won’t be accumulating cash, but it’s still making profits (and will be recorded as such in the accounts).
tim000
08/8/2019
14:17
3p would be lovely.............
chrisdgb
07/8/2019
21:15
You’re right, the increase in throughput, made possible by procuring the new equipment, will almost exclusively be in H2. However, there are a few factors that will also impact the H1 numbers, such as the depreciating Tenge, the elimination of $2 mn of annual costs in 2019 and higher mining grades. So I’m expecting the company to make a small profit in H1.
tim000
07/8/2019
20:36
I'm heavily invested here, but I expect all the good news will be in H2 not H1. I invested here as it is in my view the listed share most highly geared to the gold price. IN addition the rising gold price makes it more likely they will get financing, and even if not they should be significantly profitable at current prices. I think the Assaubayev family have treated shareholders very fairly by converting their debt into equity at a decent price and by not taking this private on the cheap - this has given me enough trust to invest here.
mikro1
07/8/2019
17:44
I’ve mentioned before that the company’s 2019 budget plans set out in the Annual Report are to mine higher grade ore bodies this year, with a consequent uplift to production of around 25% if I remember correctly. Of course that is before making any allowance for higher throughput. If both higher grades and tonnage are achieved this year in line with budgets, my estimates are that the company could make post-tax profits this year of about 0.4p per share, implying a p/e ratio of not much more than 1. So as JC says, good operational news could easily see a rocketing of the share price. 3p isn’t out of the question imo.
tim000
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