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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglesey Mining Plc LSE:AYM London Ordinary Share GB0000320472 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 3.55 3.50 3.60 3.55 3.55 3.55 943,487 08:00:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.3 -0.2 - 8

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17/5/2021
15:30
What rubbish. You think £40,000 pre tax after years and years is a retirement fund? Maybe if you shop only at Lidl and drink tap water
wassapper
17/5/2021
15:30
My chart is bigger then your chart 😂
benjamin15
17/5/2021
15:15
Me too, your chart shows the shorter term and the strong support at 3.8p, my chart shows the longer-term average movement is up.
trader536
17/5/2021
15:11
Thanks Trader...thats exactly what I do, in Forex you start at the longer then work down...you only showed the longer and hence I posted the contra and smaller timeframe....only 1 chart and timeframe does not show the true story so my post remains valid.
iglenn
17/5/2021
14:57
Iglenn - my glasses are very clear, perhaps you should do some research on multiple timeframe technical analysis?
trader536
17/5/2021
14:51
What happened there...
benjamin15
17/5/2021
14:46
main market maker finally on the bid, up we go.
shill10
17/5/2021
14:31
These buyers and sellers seem to hunt in packs!
kooba
17/5/2021
13:20
Kooba Sellers out, but it won't let you buy....
benjamin15
17/5/2021
13:16
Bounce in metal prices has brought some sellers out again..Odd isn't it ?
kooba
17/5/2021
13:12
Good point well made sir.
kooba
17/5/2021
13:12
Why are they looking at other metal projects when they aren't even utilizing the ones they already have.....
benjamin15
17/5/2021
13:09
Or sell the LIM stake if the project gets finance would boost the balance sheet and might assist in furthering Parys. As long as there is no more daft talk of further acquisitions when they cant seem to manage what they have.In the last funding RNS with another hand to mouth raise..(though difficult if they plan to use or utilise some of the proceeds..about time someone proof read their releases.)"The group will also use utilise some proceeds for the further evaluation of other base metal projects at advanced stages suitable for incorporation into the group."
kooba
17/5/2021
11:52
We would be better off selling the Anglesey asset, then focussing on LIM and Grangemouth - and potentially other prospects. At the moment this is looking like Bill et al's personal retirement fund - take options every few years to generate a modest income and keep doing the bare minimum to keep the company going. I hope I am wrong.
kermat
17/5/2021
10:59
Instead we are pretty much where we were then..with some expansion of potential opportunity. Zinc back to same levels , copper far higher..precious metals significantly increased. "A lot of people have doubted we'll ever get there" and a lot of people still do, efficient and effective finance is as important as the asset in mining. It is difficult to see these guys pulling off a $100m financing...oh and another $60m for LIM ..the boards overlap a lot so much work to do I guess.
kooba
17/5/2021
09:23
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.proactiveinvestors.com.au/companies/amp/media_files/8436 Only 4 years ago, we would have been in a real good position if it went as planned ..
benjamin15
16/5/2021
08:52
Yes technicals are interesting but open to interpretation with timescales.Though context maybe is the last market purchase by a director one can find is Hooley the then and current CEO ..almost 9 years ago and twice the current price. Can draw a line point to point relative to all share see how that comes up? Picking a timescale off a low doesn't really tell the story.Purchase7 SEP 2012D W HooleyEXECUTIVE DIRECTOR,CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER100,000 0.08 8.00 k
kooba
16/5/2021
08:42
On the directors interests..the company do not show this interest in the right place or even mention it relative to the share sales..but wassapper was correct the cfo Mr Varma has an unspecified beneficial family interest in Juno the company's largest shareholder ,he is a director also a director of Juno . Juno has been the company's largest shareholder for well over 20 years .Good or bad thing ??From report and accounts...last line.Directors' interests in material contractsJuno Limited (Juno), which is registered in Bermuda, holds 31.0% of the Company's ordinary share capital. The Company has a controlling shareholder agreement and working capital agreement with Juno and note 19 sets out movements under this working capital agreement. £100,000 was advanced on 2 April 2019. Apart from any advances and interest charges there were no transactions between the Group and Juno or its group during the year. An independent committee reviews and approves any transactions and potential transactions with Juno. Danesh Varma is a director and, through his family interests, a significant shareholder of Juno
kooba
16/5/2021
08:35
trader536, Charts can be read in many ways and I also trade Forex predominantly on TA. I post the following to indicate why I would not buy here based on the signals I have included...top of downtrend (on 3 point touch), moving into lower BB, now moved under the 50 MA, falling momentum and a diving STO. I like your glasses but do feel they are somewhat rose tinted at moment. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
iglenn
16/5/2021
07:00
The best way forward for Anglesey is to raise sufficient funds to continue drilling and convert the inferred resources into known and indicated. This enhances the project immediately. We already have too many shares in existence at a very low value. I would consolidate, say 5.1 ratio and reduce the total number to about 40m-50m maximum. The share price should rise to around 20-25p. It will not increase the overall value of the company, but coupled with new drilling results and increasing the resources available, then it becomes easier to get that important loan from institutions. It might even be possible then to issue another 50m shares to the market at 25-30p per share and give the company much needed funds, increasing the value of the company to around £30m. A huge cash input makes a loan smaller and therefore easier as we are sitting on about £15m in the bank, enough to begin first stage operations, ie leeching. Once this stage one is underway, the E/Winning loan is almost a formality. Stage 2 of the operation, ie, precious metal extraction, would be paid for from copper production receipts. It might take 4-5 years to see any profits, but unless the directors have already secured a massive loan, then I believe that minimal action is going to happen. My biggest concern that barring one director, not one of the other directors has seen fit to invest any of their own money in the company. This is certainly a vote of no confidence in the company. If they do not believe that this is a viable operation, then they should gracefully resign and hand the reigns over to some more dynamic investors who can drive this project forward to profitability. Precious metal and copper/zinc prices are high and this improves profitability. It is time for the directors to act, or go.
klondykejohn
16/5/2021
05:59
Maybe Anglesey should be knocking on Hannam and partners door ?http://staging.hannam.partners/
kooba
16/5/2021
05:42
Sunday times.https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/king-of-mining-ian-hannam-plots-devon-tungsten-float-lbppjmj0fThe owner of a historic tungsten mine in Devon backed by the City's former "king of mining" has laid the groundwork for a £100 million AIM float, writes Jamie Nimmo.Tungsten West, which counts former JP Morgan rainmaker Ian Hannam and Moneysupermarket co-founder Simon Nixon as investors, is hoping to raise up to £20 million in equity, with a further £40 million in debt financing, to enable it to resume production next year at the Hemerdon mine on the edge of Dartmoor - one of the biggest tungsten deposits outside China.It comes as Britain seeks home-grown sources of critical raw materials for key industries, such as defence, which uses tungsten in bullets and missiles.....wonder what their prospective IRR looks like?
kooba
15/5/2021
15:53
Draw a line between both ends of the daily 40 period EMA over the last 12 months to smooth out volatility and see the direction of price. Price is the only thing that pays....
trader536
15/5/2021
15:34
1blazer - if you are still holding from 50-60p then you obviously saw your holding rise by 160% over the last 12 months.
trader536
15/5/2021
15:31
There are a lot of investors on LSE feel the same about nothing happening and have discussed getting the board to sell Parys. Trader I held back from posting earlier as well regarding the 166% rise, my main holding isn't far off 8p which I've held for almost ten years.. I didn't jump ship when we reached 11p but at times I wished I had..I did make money trading it in another account with a far smaller holding to soften the mistake...
benjamin15
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