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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% 2.05 2.00 2.10 2.05 2.05 2.05 90,428 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.3 -0.2 - 6

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30/6/2021
14:04
"We need this management out. And this proves it."

Was this management not in place when you researched and bought the shares?

Why buy shares then cry about the management after?

trader536
30/6/2021
14:01
Take a look across the sector, you will see many mining companies down 50% and more in the last six months. If you're not happy with progress then yes sell up and move on, I've grown tired of listening to babies crying for their bottle.
trader536
30/6/2021
13:57
We need this management out. And this proves it.
iglenn
30/6/2021
13:46
Complete an outstanding survey. Finish sample testing from cores lieing in a warehouse for 8 years. All which "could" help market 12% of total. Waste of time this lot.
iglenn
30/6/2021
13:43
Tells us the sum total of sweet FA. And the market knows it.
iglenn
30/6/2021
13:38
Can expect the price to ramp up in anticipation of the annual report, but if previous pattern is followed, would be best to sell out before the report is actually published - no doubt it will contain the same jam tomorrow story as previously.
kermat
30/6/2021
13:33
Https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/anglesey-mining-AYM/share-news/Anglesey-Mining-PLC-Labrador-Iron-Mines-Annual-Res/85481305

Anglesey has been working on completion and auditing of its Annual Report for
the year ended 31st March 2021. This will be published shortly and will
contain updates on operational and funding progress at the Companies Parys
Mountain copper-zinc-lead project in North Wales.

trader536
30/6/2021
13:00
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/labrador-iron-mines-reports-fiscal-110000547.html
benjamin15
29/6/2021
06:48
Ha ha ha..that is your only response...don't dare raise serious issues with the governance and communication of the company or dare to complain if you don't like the complete lack of progress . If you aren't prepared to watch paint dry suggest you sell.Shareholders should try to hold boards to account , the board are there to serve the members..if they can't run the business in a competent way and keep their shareholders informed they should step down.Suggest you grow a pair.
kooba
29/6/2021
06:24
Seems to be your stock answer when challenged by others. Doesn't sound very nice now does it when shareholders are raising valid questions.
iglenn
29/6/2021
06:22
Trader. That's the 5th time you have told people to sell in as many weeks. Why.?
iglenn
29/6/2021
06:18
The whole point of buying shares in a company is to see some rewards at a later date.
In mining companies, one expects that you may have to wait a number of years to see their potential realised. Sometimes, the drilling results do not live up to expectation and both the board and investors have to accept the loss and move on from it.
The reason it takes years is because a lot of time is spent on drilling, analyssing results, more drilling, etc, etc.
In the end, one either hits the jackpot or the project isn`t viable and it just fails.
In AYM case, the results are good, the profitability on paper looks good, and there is the potential therefore to make a few bucks.
The problem with AYM however is the fact that after the Micon assessment, a small amount of additional drilling would have completed the picture and could have moved vast inferred amounts into known amounts of deposits.
Why didn`t the board complete this work this year?
Money can`t be a problem as they are always issuing new shares.
Indeed, they created new shares to give themselves a bonus earlier this year, minimum £20k per director.
Shareholders expect news, good or bad, but here we are, five months now without any updates. The board apparently just sitting back doing nothing.
You state that the board are working hard in the background, very busy doing background work.
If so, why can they not update us as to exactly what this working hard in the background entails and to any progress on this work.
Never mind stating that if we shareholders have concerns then we can mail the board. That is not the problem.
The problem is that the board are not interacting with shareholders in a professional manner.
They are displaying an arrogance that is worrying some shareholders.
Silence is NOT golden.
So, should I sell at a loss.
Catch 22 trader536.
Should be a profitable company. yes.
Is the board good enough to take it forward, NO
Should the board be replaced, YES
On balance, I can afford to wait another ten years.
By then this board will long be gone.

klondykejohn
29/6/2021
05:27
If I were you I’d sell out, nobody is forcing you to hold.
trader536
29/6/2021
05:22
Trader you could look at it over 10 years and tell us how well they are doing if you like! Seem to remember you saying how you had just bought more at higher levels only weeks ago ,a few M now wasn't it ? Didn't mention you had taken stock off the table to protect your downside.Whatever your position its up to you but your total defence of the board on an absolute basis is really quite remarkable. As pointed out the sector generally has had huge moves on the back of resources and most of those companies have also made material progress in their business not just talked the same BS. Hope this bunch of veterans prove me wrong and pull a rabbit out of the hat , which i hope would be an outright sale. If they did manage to raise some money to advance the mine i would have no confidence in them not taking another 10 years to production and totally miss a huge cycle.
kooba
28/6/2021
20:05
Oh ye with a crystal ball Trader536.
So it doubled in price then fell back again.
Shows that this is a company that isn`t going anywhere .
Now lets take PXC.
Beginning of last year,sp was 2p. closing price today was over 47p
Now that is profit.
To make a decent profit on AYM, one would have had to buy a lot of shares.
Was the risk worth taking trader.
Unless you had some insider info. You are either a very foolish person or very astute.

klondykejohn
28/6/2021
16:54
400% up, 50% down = a 200% net profit!
trader536
28/6/2021
16:49
I did, but did you not take profit on the huge 400% rise to cover any fallbacks?
trader536
28/6/2021
16:35
Trader
I did but did you not see it half in the last few months?

benjamin15
28/6/2021
16:11
Did you not see the share price double over the last 12 months?
trader536
28/6/2021
13:33
No news ain't doing the share price any favours...
benjamin15
27/6/2021
07:26
Trader536.
Apart from 1 blip in September 2020 where the MM`s tried to bulk up the price and failed, PXC has seen a steady climb from its lows of less than 5p to its` current valuation of 46p. This is even after a massive share creation in April of this year of an additional 50m shares to fund 1st stage production at its` Empire pit.
Investors have given PXC the green light and the company is now sitting on £20m
and has a massive drilling programme in place which is soon to be completed.
Does this look like a volatile company when it is sitting in the safest mining investment country of the world and has proven assets of over £1.5b with more possibly to come.
Mining isn`t about buy today and reap the rewards the same day trader536.
It takes years of drilling, analyzing, and sheer hard work to get a mine into production.
PXC has been analysed by many outside groups. Hardiman, share price Angel, Blytheweigh, MOS ( they tipped this share last year) etc. etc.
Everyone of these influencers are extremely positive.
As for AYM. Well, I cannot remember the last time that an independent organisation ran the rule over them.
I see a flat line at AYM going back for a long time...
No activity, no news and not dynamic enough to even raise an eyebrow with independent analysts.

klondykejohn
27/6/2021
07:20
Ha slightly different situations but becoming a corporate governance vigilante these days !!
kooba
27/6/2021
07:14
Anglesey is not AiM where there is some other mostly toothless regulation however having a nomad as a first line of scrutiny i am positive the situation on corporate governance here would not have been allowed to develop and persist if it was AiM listed .The very cosy relationship between directors over an very extended period overlapping two boards and no new director appointed for 13 years is absolutely unheard of in listed shares.The fact a number of directors including the chair who has been on the board since 1994 also holds zero shares is another situation you will find no where else. Tax position or no tax position its a unique situation...unless anyone can show me different.
kooba
27/6/2021
06:52
I hope you took time to read the UK corporate Governance code trader536.
I do not know if there is a watchdog of any sorts for Aim listed companies, but if AYM was externally audited, then I am afraid that they would fail on many parts of the code.
Perhaps you would like to give a quick assessment of performance viz-a-viz the code.
I have and sadly, the board fail miserably.

klondykejohn
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