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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% 3.90 3.80 4.00 3.90 3.90 3.90 134,078 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.3 -0.2 - 9

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26/5/2021
14:49
They have indicated there could be support before , up to 150 new jobs and there also tends to be a local small business infrastructure set up around a project , so good news for the local community that was negatively impacted by a power station closure. Be interesting if they've even heard of it !
kooba
26/5/2021
14:23
A friend is meeting with a Welsh assembly member next week, have asked her to enquire about Parys and any potential support available should AYM wish to commence mining activities.
danmart2
26/5/2021
10:59
benjamin15 I believe, because buyers were looking for grades over 52% nearer 55% Do a search on this thread. All detail like value of LIM to AYM break points for ore quality, it has all been discussed "Anglesey Mining (ISAble) a big stake in TSX:LIM" hTTps://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=21173824
hyper al
26/5/2021
08:45
Read the recent LIM report. They have decided what to mine and sell this time around. Perhaps they have better choices.
wassapper
26/5/2021
08:34
I found this bit quite interesting "In addition, LIM also holds some previously-mined stockpiles with a confirmed NI 43-101 compliant, indicated resource of approximately 3.5 million tonnes with an average grade of 49.1% Fe and an inferred resource of approximately 2.9 million tonnes with an average grade of 48.8% Fe at March 31, 2013. These stockpiles are located within 15 km of the Silver Yards processing plant and form part of LIM's Stage 1 deposits" Why havnt these stockpiles been sold?
benjamin15
26/5/2021
07:40
on 17 December 2012 AYM had a 19.7% stake in "associate Labrador Iron Mines Holdings Limited" I'm not sure (I can't remember) what size stake LIMH had in LIM at that time and what the share price was at that time. hTTps://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/anglesey-mining-AYM/share-news/Anglesey-Mining-PLC-LIM-Completes-2012-Exploration/55507013 People need to check their facts when talking about LIM in connection with AYM It appears LIMH currently only holde 52% of LIM "LIMH holds approximately 52% of the shares of LIM. LIM and its subsidiary SMI hold all of the group's mineral properties and assets." hTTp://www.labradorironmines.ca/
hyper al
26/5/2021
07:34
Hyper Al Exactly, it's about time they concentrated on Parys, I mentioned it in a post the other day, Why pursue other metal Interests? when clearly they aren't progressing the one which is on our doorstep....
benjamin15
26/5/2021
07:26
kooba The holding dropped below 20% when the LIM share price was quite good. Exactly,so really LIM shares are just another diversion. IMHO it makes little sense for people to invest in AYM for LIM exposure, same applies AYM investors who assign value to the LIM holdings considering the difficulty in AYM selling them. Surely if investors want too invest in LIM they would buy LIM shares. It's about time AYM BoD concentrated on Anglesey rather than
hyper al
26/5/2021
07:13
Trader Like you say they have no control over metal prices. They really do need to increase share holders value though,
benjamin15
26/5/2021
07:02
I did see in an interview there were local market restrictions on shareholders with 20% plus selling so likely encumbered their ability to monetise the holding back then , they now have 12% through dilution so are more able to deal..except they overlap a number of directors so often will be restricted.
kooba
26/5/2021
06:59
How did they know it was the peak? I expect they were waiting for LIM development projects to come on stream on realise its full value, but that didn't happen due to the fall in Iron ore prices, which they have no control over.
trader536
26/5/2021
06:51
Hyper Al I found that a little odd, I mean any idea what the value was worth to Aym back then? I really hope they get a move on with Parys this time round.
benjamin15
26/5/2021
06:38
benjamin15 If I wanted to buy shares in Labrador Iron Mines, I would buy those shares not Anglesey Mining. BoD had an opportunity to take some large profits when LIM reached it's peak last time. No explanation why they never sold and probably for reasons we will never know.
hyper al
26/5/2021
05:39
Ideal time to load up, any whiff of offtake agreements for Lim and this will seriously re rate.. Parys meanwhile a buyer? who knows....
benjamin15
26/5/2021
05:13
As I've stated before this is 18/24 months away from actually producing anything and the directors know it.That's why they sold....can't blame them?
kendonagasaki
25/5/2021
21:34
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/amp/media_files/8436 And back in 2017 as well.
benjamin15
25/5/2021
19:12
Trader https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/938229/anglesey-mining-aim-to-transform-mining-industry-on-north-wales-island-938229.html There you go, 2 years before producing.. 18 months left, after no activity for the past six makes two years...
benjamin15
25/5/2021
19:10
I would be concerned if it was, it shows he/she has poor personal financial risk management and suggests he/she maybe taking too high a risk with his/her cash.But it shows them diversifying and that is a reason to be selling , if they had a lot of wealth outside the company then it would likely be a discretionary sale because they thought the stock was fully valued.Chilling with a glass of Gavi di Gavi ..no spliffs these days , kids about.Look I really do hope you are right and the old boys can progress the assets because if they can get the funding and get it right there is huge potential upside..I , as you can tell are less convinced in their ability to do so ..so as a shareholder i jolly well hope they prove me wrong. In the meantime surprising this little oddity has not seen some activist or mid cap sector interest.It's all rather puzzling ..either very cheap or we're mugs for thinking we have found something so overlooked.
kooba
25/5/2021
18:23
"Depends if all that net worth was tied up in the company ..if it wasn’t would be concerned" I would be concerned if it was, it shows he/she has poor personal financial risk management and suggests he/she maybe taking too high a risk with his/her cash. AYM directors have demonstrated conservative risk management during the lower metal price environment, they are waiting to act when the time is right Chill, have another joint with a G&T and wait for news
trader536
25/5/2021
17:54
Depends if all that net worth was tied up in the company ..if it wasn't would be concerned. If it was then not so much . If a director of a company that looks like it has high potential but a number of dots to line up and they sell every single share..alarm bells should ring to be honest. If they hold no shares having been on the board for 27 years and are chairman it really is a unique situation..not a good one.
kooba
25/5/2021
17:50
In my experience yes most of the time following director sells is rewarding, directors are most informed with far more information on the company and the field it's in , they also have discretion to buy or sell ..tax selling , personal wealth planning normally nonsense..why would you sell if you thought the stock was going up ..but don't take my word for it dyor.
kooba
25/5/2021
17:48
If a given director has a net worth of £50m would you base an investment decision on a £1m share buy or sell given that is 2% of the said director net worth?? I regularly sell shares and take a 1% hit to my account.
trader536
25/5/2021
17:46
LIM there is expected timetable that they anticipate financing of $u61m by end of year and were already talking some months before director sales ( interesting )also that mine recommissioning will start end of this year or spring 22 and take 18months to production.https://youtu.be/1LDJetz9yR8
kooba
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