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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
  0.09 2.0% 4.59 4.20 4.40 4.50 4.30 4.50 988,663 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.3 -0.2 - 10

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09/8/2021
15:32
I agree Kooba. Some people are just too deep up their own backside to have a realistic look at what I am saying. Selling Labradore and Grangesburg makes sense if you want this board to move forward and make AYM a success story. Give the new board time then to look at all options for Parys. I do expect the shares to rise, just as trader has always insisted they will, so don`t sell me short trader, or have you forgotten your bullish posts of the past. As for being able to go into production. they can`t go it alone without having a lot of liquidity of their own to reduce the required production costs. I am being pragmatic in my assessment, that is all. Yes, the copper price is rising and after the IPPC report today, then it should keep on rising making Parys more profitable. Trader, tell me a mining company of this size how on earth someone will be willing to lend the company £50m and more. We haven`t got a bean pal. Parys has a lot of mineral resource and I believe that a partnership will happen. Some car manufacturers are already tying up deals, so why not Parys? Trader, your chart highlights a 7 year period of low copper prices. Just how many shares have been created in this time? Stop telling me to sell my sharesmatey. I must be the 10th shareholder you have advised to sell. As your name suggests, you must be buying up a lot of cheap shares here to hopefully sell later on when the price rises as you are always stating that they will do. As for the old board whom you believe have done a magnificent job, well why are 3 being replaced? Talk some sense for once you moron
klondykejohn
09/8/2021
11:15
Kjohn..i welcome your input.Don't always agree everything but you crack on.Think the new broom certainly deserves some time to get his feet under the table and update shareholders of intentions. I also look forward to other new relevant director appointments in the next few weeks as promised ..and hopefully rotation out of the old guard. This whole counter needs new thinking and approach and i think they have found a very suitable candidate to now take it forward.
kooba
09/8/2021
10:58
According to a new report from Wood Mackenzie, a Verisk business (Nasdaq:VRSK), solar power will have a significant impact on demand for aluminium, copper, and zinc, with the usage of all three metals in the sector set to double by 2040. However, as governments fulfil their commitments to limit global warming to 2 °C and beyond, the need for solar power will become greater and demand for several base metals is expected to surge. Https://www.woodmac.com/press-releases/solar-energy-to-boost-demand-for-base-metals/
trader465
09/8/2021
10:26
Stop crying or sell up ffs!
trader465
09/8/2021
10:20
Trader, did the directors sell shares this year 6 weeks after receiving them? Yes, but you have conveniently forgotten to mention that. Remuneration does not neccessarily mean having a salary, it can be given in other ways, so let`s have ALL the facts please, not just a snippet. "No other forms of remuneration in the above table need to be disclosed" Your statement, not mine. I am stilll confident that there is growth potential here, but as mentioned by Kooba above, action is required sooner rather than later.
klondykejohn
09/8/2021
10:10
The last options were granted in September 2016 and would, if not exercised, have expired in September this year.
trader465
09/8/2021
10:07
trader465 Good stuff. The truth is good.
hyper al
09/8/2021
09:53
This is worth a read. Copper prices will not be retreating for a very long time. hTTps://www.mining.com/all-the-mines-tesla-needs-to-build-20-million-cars-a-year/
hyper al
09/8/2021
09:33
No easy way of monetising the iron ore interests ..but will be interesting to see the first comments by the new ceo on business plan across group. I think moving to a more professional footing with new broom should help the share price and credibility, raising some funds to complete work to feasibility study makes sense on a timely basis then open view to disposing of whole company if they can achieve a valuation that goes halfway to reflect the potential of Parys.
kooba
09/8/2021
09:27
Also own Bluejay (JAY) where an interesting deal with some names done today...maybe some outside the box approaches to mining finance are emerging?
kooba
09/8/2021
09:25
Kooba, this board know that they cannot get funding to begin production. That is why they have been content to do absolutely nothing. Even with 3 new board members, nothing can change. The only upside may be that we complete the drilling programme and confirm added resource potential which may raise the share price slightly. Stop issuing bonuses immediately. This stops new shares being created which dilutes the share value. Get rid of Grangesburg and Labrador. 3 seperate projects is far too diverse and concentrate on Parys. There is value in these sales and could add a few million pounds to the kitty. This will raise the share price immediately. Most takeovers happen when production is about to begin. Ie, all project milestones have been achieved just before the point of production. Aym can never reach this stage. The only hope in the long term is for precious metals and commodities to rise substantially. This will give the company some share price value. Can we get a loan? Never in a month of Sundays. Who to blame? The old board certainly. Do nothing but issue new shares annually for a nice little bonus. We missed the boat because of them. What of the future? There is still hope that we can increase the resource, and If we get rid of other projects and the metals markets rise then there is still a lot of value to be found. I am hanging on to my shares as I see an share price of around 10-12p, probably by next summer
klondykejohn
09/8/2021
09:00
Own ggp. being rather drifty just now..but those interested a bit of background and the "farm in" agreement with Newcrest. https://www.mining-journal.com/resourcestocks-company-profiles/resourcestocks/1414139/greatland-sitting-on-potential-world-class-mine
kooba
09/8/2021
08:04
I would agree with you Kooba. Although I,m not qualified to give a valid opinion I think what you state makes huge sense. I can't see us gaining the funding easily to develop this and see the GGP model as a way we could move forward with this. Self funding will as you say dilute us and keep the share price down for a long while yet. IMHO.
iglenn
09/8/2021
07:59
I personally think there is more equity upside in putting a package together cash and royalty agreement with larger player than self funding ..huge equity and debt funding structure would be highly dilutive and remove the leverage...it will also overhang the price significantly until there is some surety on funding.
kooba
09/8/2021
07:15
A very interesting article kooba. Good find. It certainly bodes well for us and even if just as a buyout for one of the bigger players who would have the funding to actually mine. GGP did the same with their resource and they 15 bagged...we could easily do the same if one of the big boys took a shine to this resource. I'm certainly holding for a good while yet.
iglenn
08/8/2021
17:48
With lack of new mines coming through it is difficult to see what negatively impacts on the price for a decade..in fact there is strong reason to forecast a further sharp increase in the price as EV battery and infrastructure is rapidly expanded and industry clamours for supply.
kooba
08/8/2021
17:45
President Biden recently set a target for 50% of all vehicle sales in the US to be fully electric, plugin hybrid, or fuel cell by 2030. Assuming a modest 1% annual growth in new car sales, total new car sales in the US would be about 19M by 2030. This means that electric vehicle sales will rise from about 600K currently to roughly 9.5M over the next nine years, if the target is to be met. This hockey stick growth in EV sales raises the obvious question of how the raw material inputs into EVs and the supporting infrastructure will be sourced. Indeed, EVs contain about 4x the amount of copper as a combustion vehicle (183lbs vs 48lbs), to say nothing of the need for modernization of the electric grid or charging stations. EV batteries contain large amounts of nickel, cobalt, and lithium.https://www.zerohedge.com/technology/american-push-evs-could-set-stage-full-cycle-outperformance-copper-producers
kooba
05/8/2021
17:25
Well, AYM is holding up nice on a bit of a red day.
smackeraim
05/8/2021
13:35
The tops gang is now pumping away octp These guys never changeSoon they will start dumping octp then onto the next one
bigberty99
05/8/2021
08:36
An offtake agreement for the White Rock zinc zone would be good. Get that value fixed into the equation.
hyper al
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