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% 2.40 2.30 2.50 2.40 2.40 2.40 917 07:31:39
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.3 -0.2 - 7

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Trader...I personally havent cried for news every week, nor even every month. All I expect is a follow up from a PEA released 5 months ago...meanwhile watched nearly 50% erosion of my investment...if you wish to wrap up deafening silence and now serious doubt in Directors who have sold up as "impatience" then yea..I am certainly guilty of that now.
Thanks for your small list Trader.
I won`t post the other hundreds that have massive turnover. Pointless with you.
Trader has never been critical of the board.
Instead of springing into action and being somewhat critical, he would rather applaud their inaction.
As for the board not viewing this site, then I would disagree, unless they are totally blind to ctiticism.
I have asked before trader and I will ask again. Just who are you?

Relax and have some patience ffs!

If you can't hold a position for 12 months without crying for news every week perhaps you shouldn't be in the market.

Fiddling whilst Rome burns is an expression that springs to mind at the moment. Another erosion of shareholders value again today due to silence. Simple truth. are starting to sound very Jam tomorrow.

LSE:VELA 11.42m cap, 13,848.20m in issue
LSE:GGP 819.97m cap, 3,932.78m in issue
LSE:PATH 10.04m cap, 3,650.26m in issue
LSE:ICON 5.98m cap, 37,405.25m in issue
LSE:SYME 93.21m cap, 23,898.87m in issue
LSE:SHG 165.39m cap, 1,043.47m in issue
LSE:KIBO 6.06m cap, 2,475.35m in issue
LSE:KEFI 41.98m cap, 2,152.93m in issue
LSE:AMC 19.32m cap, 1,379.87m in issue
LSE:GWMO 8.41m cap, 3,577.51m in issue
LSE:RRR 10.41m cap, 1,189.75m in issue
LSE:KOD 47.44, cap, 15,812.72m in issue
LSE:BOU 2.85m cap, 12,408.44m in issue
LSE:BOIL 8.34m cap, 10,426.41m in issue

The list above shows that its not only large caps with billions of shares in issue. I avoid small caps with over 1 billion shares. I don't have a problem with ONLY 225m in issue, there's no need for a consolidation.

Trader536, I agree that there are hundreds of companies with billions of shares in circulation, but the vast majority have billions or hundreds of millions pounds/dollars in turnover annually.
Aym has no turnover and therefore should keep share numbers down to a minimum level.
Just one example of a mining company that is doing it right is PXC.
70 mil shares diluted down to 120 mil shares just 3 months ago. The shares value dropped down by a large amount then rebounded strongly as the market realised that PXC now had an extra £19m to complete an extended drilling programme and give it a solid 40% contribution to overall production costs for its open pit mine venture.
This in turn means that any loan required is reduced by a huge amount and as any lender will tell you, you won`t get a 100% loan from anybody. You need collateral and suspected mineralisation in the ground is not collateral.
PXC has £19m as collateral. Aym has none, just your billion ? to come shares.

The share price is now back into the 'pump' area where certain entities buy in, promote on social media and dump taking 15%-20%.

Who will be first to buy ?

That’s 50% dilution and no different to raising £9m by issuing 225m shares at current price. Same same.

There are hundreds of companies with billions of shares in issue, consolidations rarely benefit shareholders.

Just wait for the next RNS and see what the plan is.

You are wrong trader536.
Firstly, let us say we reduced the shares by a 5-1 ratio.This makes 45 million shares, increasing each share value to roughly 4p x 5 = 20p per share. Market cap is still the same. Juno still have 26%.
Then we go back to the market and raise another 45 million shares at 20p per share.
This raises 45m x 20p = £9 million pounds
Juno share holding goes from 26% down to 13%, unless they want to buy another 13% of new shares being offered.
Market cap is doubled from current 4p x 225m to 20p x 90m = = £18m.
I have used a simple calculation and I do not know how the markets would react,
This would give the company ample funds to conclude the drilling programme suggested by Micon that is required to move that inferred millions of tons of ore into the known and indicated category.
This in turn increases the company`s ability to get funding to actually begin mining and get shareholders a return on investments because we will have a much better position of strength.
It could also be used to start the Swedish operation. Who knows?
Suggesting that there are ONLY 225 million shares is precisely the attitude that I would expect from you.
To raise another £1million means we currently have to issue another 25 million shares.
Soon goes up doesn`t it.
Why are you so defensive of the directors` lack of decision.
We have heard the same statement about the intent to start operations for years.
When will they act?
As the company yes man then perhaps you could enlighten me ???
I offer one possible scenario, what can you offer???

There's only 225m shares in issue, so no need for consolidation. It wouldn't change Junos holding or the market cap, totally pointless.
Absolutely correct Benjamin, and when Labrador start production in 18 months time (market conditions allowing), our return will be substantially reduced and nowhere near enough to fund Anglesey.
I still say that we should do a massive share consolidation, reducing down the total number of shares in issue, thus increasing the share value, then go back to the market by issuing more shares to try and get the funding in part to get a loan to start production.
It also reduces Juno share holding and allows for other investors to get involved.
Phoenix copper is a prime example of a proactive management team who begin production next year, and they were only formed in 2012.
This management team in Aym is really pathetic and should be replaced. If not, then sell the company on.
Too many empty promises and no sign of any news of ANY kind forthcoming from the directors.

Hit 93p because Aym held three times the amount of shares in Labrador/Lim Which went up substantially..
And that's exactly what we are expecting now eh.? So why exactly did all the directors dump their shares if anything even close to that is imminent.? All waffle to be honest and the market has priced it accordingly. Loads of potential but no hurry or apparent intention to do anything with it.
And 10 years ago AYM hit 93p
And they started drilling then..shows that when conditions allow action happens
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so what was the copper price on Feb 7th 2011.? over 10 years ago.

The current price of copper as of June 08, 2021 is $4.56 per pound.

Price in Feb 2011 was $4.54 per pound.

10 years ago.

remember the graphite company I mentioned thats management!
always an excuse eh. Haven't unwound yet but waiting for next news to be able to hopefully get out with less loss than currently standing at.
Because previously the copper price has been too low to make the project economically viable
Whats another 9 years! If they are sitting on so much metal, why hasn't this been taken over yet.....
That's true - but the "when" looks like 2030 at this rate....immensely frustrating with the lack of comms from the board...
Yep you need the patience of a saint with this one but we know the assets they have so it's a when not if scenario
This is fast becoming a massive yawn fest.
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