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Anglo Asian LSE:AAZ London Ordinary Share GB00B0C18177 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50p -1.84% 80.00p 226,361 15:38:44
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
79.00p 81.00p 82.00p 79.50p 81.50p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 53.16 4.21 1.65 46.6 91.5

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23/4/2019
09:20
Anglo Asian Daily Update: Anglo Asian is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AAZ. The last closing price for Anglo Asian was 81.50p.
Anglo Asian has a 4 week average price of 66.50p and a 12 week average price of 66.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 96p while the 1 year low share price is currently 37.50p.
There are currently 114,392,024 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 415,309 shares. The market capitalisation of Anglo Asian is £91,513,619.20.
02/4/2019
12:11
jbravo2: Well its been a quiet few months. Things are going to change here soon but I'm not sure on timelines exactly. Big change is a coming. I know plenty reading are fully loaded but I'm just going to revisit my predictions of July '15 for my own satisfaction (smug sh!t) and then make another prediction. In June '15 it had become obvious to me what was about to happen. The AGM laid out a few things that, along with conversations I'd had, made it obvious it was coming to a transformational 12 months. Even in the face of the Bashirov selling his 16% (old thread) jbravo2 - 30 Jun 2015 - 09:39:13 - 7688 of 8223 ... They are chasing a notice re the selling. It is not any insider and the usual suspect is presumed. It is the responsibility of the individual and they are relatively powerless to enforce him. My opinion: This share price is set to climb significantly. ... jbravo2 - 25 Aug 2015 - 16:29:34 - 7941 of 8223 This share price will move steeply upwards over the 12 months that started a month ago. Share price was sort of around 6-7p as I was making this prediction. Spent the next 9 months apparently not doing much, churn, Bashirov, doubts, too good to be true etc etc. I stood by my prediction even as the doubters sold out. (current thread) jbravo2 - 21 Apr 2016 - 10:00:39 - 2280 of 20605 Seems like the market needs a few shares with the way the price has moved on a modest 80k buys. Need to tempt the next round of sellers out. Have you finished resourceful? Thanks I've had over 400k of yours recently I guess. :) jbravo2 - 27 Apr 2016 - 17:44:18 - 2313 of 20605 The time is now. I'm saying. I can't give this fair warning exactly to the day but it's a fair warning all the same. I said the share price would be materially different in 12 months and there's only 3 months of that left. That's close enough for any reasonable soul. I stand by that prediction 100%. It will be very materially different. jbravo2 - 27 Apr 2016 - 18:09:03 - 2315 of 20605 Share price, materially different. 12 months. 3 months left. Tops. jbravo2 - 27 Apr 2016 - 18:35:23 - 2317 of 2060 Good I like it too. I'm very very optimistic, for those that haven't picked it up yet. Yes, I agree it would be cheap at 20p now. It'll soon be cheap at 40p. Not a chance of April I'm afraid, but 3 months, maximum, isn't too long to wait for the game to change. Hey, it might be 1 month. Likely 1-2 but can't see it being beyond 3. jbravo2 - 27 Apr 2016 - 20:25:04 - 2321 of 20605 No, I'm not on the pop. This will be wayyyyy more than 30p in 2 years. The price was still 7p as we closed in on the turning point. Then, in those crucial three months, things really did change. By July the price nearly trebled and we were around 19p. Of course the longer term predictions also came true. 40p seemed cheap and eventually we topped out around 95p recently. Now we "languish" around 70p with a bit of grumbling about this and that. All fairly small fry though and undoubtedly we are through all fear and into "just how much will we make?" land. Well we're going to make a heap more than most think here. Things are going to materially change again in the next 12 months. We might well see a trebling (it will certainly double - trust me) the price again in the next 12 months. No reasoning why will be detailed. Take this post, leave it. It doesn't really matter. We all make our own decisions. Oh... What was interesting to read through recently was just how many "long termers" around in 2015 are, of course, nowhere to be seen having sold out in the foothills of the climb to real value.
31/3/2019
12:36
wanobi: FWIW my newbie view on AAZ share price,,, it will rise significantly, but, only upon a clear statement from the company that they have significantly more gold in the ground giving the business at least 10+ years of mine life at the current locations... the heli-survey will be the first step towards that (hopefully) and will allow the company to state a drilling program for the rest of this year and then bit by bit as those results prove up the mine life will be extended, the share price will rise,,, hopefully... all provided POG hold up of course :-)… During that process however, I could easily envision the current management selling out to realize their retirement ambitions, hopefully to a major who has serious clout in the city and therefore can easily raise serious cash at the drop of a hat to take AAZ out at 300p around the end of the year :-)…… Please, all, do tell me I'm a complete buffoon if that's what you think of this, I won't mind so long as you tell me why I am wrong :-) as always :-) thanx all, cheers Wan
30/3/2019
09:37
2sporrans: Agree with what you write about extending the PSA life mf. Wonder if AAZ are [also] considering renegotiating it though; that depending much on how they see the Co. evolving over the next 5-20 years. The current PSA seems to me to favour AAZ considerably better to extent it is rapidly expanding its resource and a high CAPEX, less so when it is in a 'mature' [mature AND profitable] stage. Put very simplistically, once AAZ has written down all previous/accrued CAPEX, it will hand over ~50% of profits to the Azerzi Guvmint, rather than the current ~12.5%. Right now, it's as if there are 2 prospects in view for AAZ, 1 of which is being propagated by SPA [with AAZ's blessing, to listen to Bill Morgan lately] and the other sort of gathering off-stage, rustling beind the theatre curtains and heralded with enthusiasm [+ his Nov18 purcase of 50k shares/86p] by Steve Whitehead. The BM-SPA line focuses on a benign but "unexciting" prospect, for the next 5 years especially, [being the minimum and JORCED mine life] over which there is a pretty steady state but very cash generative/profitable prospect in view; ie the one with low CAPEX [though ~$6mn-pa on exploration], high dividend as the existing plant continues to chew out 80-90k, maybe 100k of GE ounces every year, from the 3 existing mines, subject to efficient mine rotation/stockpile mgt. during periods of mine development and realised grades not declining substantially. There is a nod towards a 10+ year mine life and future expansion too. Seems to me that this is the prospect which the share price currently reflects, though little value attributed beyond the 5 year horizon [maybe a prospective 50% profit take by the Azerzi Gov. has something to do with this?]. The other prospect is one of multiple resource discovery/confirmation and expansion of both resources and operations. This may [need to] be accompanied by taking on a lot of debt and/or raising a lot of share capital. This prospect, albeit maybe more risky than the BM-SPA focus one, is far from "unexciting"; it is one with potential to result in a share price a few fold higher than 70-80p. This prospect itself, could realistically, unfurl in [alternative?] very contrasting ways: It may be selectively, restrained/filtered/channeled such that the expansion is essentially an extension of the current model, i.e. gold/[silver] based + copper [likely a gradual rise in copper gearing] and the focus remaining on exploiting the Gedabek licence area to its full potential, starting on prospects nearest the plant and migrating outwards; possibly this may extend to the adjacent [also 300km-2] Gosha licence area which has plenty of mineralised prospects but [1 small u/g mine apart] pretty much virgin status. Although a conservative approach, this has the great virtue that it may be achieved, in the great main, by funding from cash generated by ongoing operations + some low interest/flexible loans but a minimum [zero?] of capital raising/dilution. Alternatively, the expansion may be directed elsewhere and maybe with quite different metals to the fore. Ordubad is the obvious candidate for "elsewhere". Though copper and gold/silver both remain the likely mainstay metals, it could be something else comes into the fold. Molybnendum a likely candidate for Ordubad, Gypsum perhaps? Just lately, zinc is looking interesting in Gedabek. Ordubad, if it fulfills its IPO expectations, looks to be a much bigger beast than Gedabek. This is, I guess, the EXCITING future, though also the one accompanied by the greatest risks. Bear in mind a company may flourish in terms of its physical assets and revenues generated thereof, yet perform poorly in terms of shareholder return. Indeed, one only need reflect upon AAZ's situation during 2013-16, when it's proportionally massive plant/infrastructure expansion->CAPEX [~$100-mn all told]->debt burden was a struggle to chew, as reflected in the share price sinking to a risible 4p low to appreciate some of the potential hurdles presented by very rapid expansion. Whither the expansion [or nay], determines the negotiation of the PSA i guess.
28/3/2019
18:32
wanobi: guys, please do not miss-understand me, my long position is very clear and has not changed at all..... I'm here for the long term & have absolutely no thoughts of selling my shares, I have never ever sold a single AAZ share,,,, Today, I simply wanted to hedge my long position with a short bet with IG as had I done so on at least three previous RNS's I would have made some extra cash :-).. I have share price & its movement up/down completely separated from AAZ intrinsic value in my mind,,, just because I believe a big fall in share price is coming, does not mean I think AAZ is any less valuable to hold long term, far from it, have I the cash to buy loads more at 40p then I will for sure :-) provided POG keeps holding up :-) Please, all, I am not bearish at all long term, I am however mindful of peoples long built up great expectations of the magical heli-survey results and what they expect from them!!! I believe they will not be anywhere near peoples over ambitious expectations,,,, I think they'll be good results, they'll tell AZZ where to drill and prove up things, but that's it, not a lot more (hope I'm wrong)….. & based purely upon that view I believe the chart is shaping up for that event, a bearish descending triangle that will most probably break down based on the RNS... and trust me when I say, I really hope I am wrong :-) my view is simply one coming from sentiment & the chart pattern and has nothing to do with fundamentals or the true value of AAZ which I believe is far higher that the share price reflects the MC to be today... hope that makes some kind of sense to you all. Thanx Cheers Wan
28/2/2019
08:59
bumpa33: interesting piece on CEY from Gary Newman, one of the more measured share price writers... The market has been slaughtering even the larger companies over any sort of disappointing results recently, but for me that further strengthens the argument to buy shares in Centamin (CEY). The release of its unaudited full year results for 2018 has caused the share price to plummet from the mid-130p range to the current level in the low 90s, and it has now dropped back slightly below the level at which I tipped it as a buy last November. But I’ve not actually seen anything to make me change that longer term buy stance on this Egyptian gold miner, and as I’ve already mentioned, the fact that the market has reacted in this way - as it has done similarly on other shares where results didn’t live up to expectations - suggests to me that there are signs of overall weakness in the market, and that may end up strengthening gold over the coming months. The yellow metal has performed fairly well so far in 2019, having started the year in the 1280s and is now trading at around $1,320/oz, having hit a peak in excess of $1,340/oz, and I still see a chance of a breakout to the upside. That will largely come down to breaking above that $1,350-1,360/oz level and then managing to hold there – something which it hasn’t managed in over five years, but if it does break higher then it will be very interesting to see what sort of upwards run it goes on from there. Given that FTSE-250 Centamin is a gold producer, then of course stronger prices will be good news for the company, even if the overall markets are showing weakness – barring another proper crash of course, when all shares tend to fall hard, to varying degrees. Obviously there has to be a reason why around 35% of the market cap of this company has been lost in just a few days, equating to more than £450 million, but I would certainly argue that there is no way that anything in the latest results justifies a fall of that magnitude – although it is quite possible that we will once again see the share price slip further down to the low to mid 80p range before it bounces once again, as momentum is pointing in that direction. Although it did seem to find a modicum of support at around 92p. The fact that 2018 saw a reduction in production and sales, along with higher costs per ounce, was hardly exactly a surprise as all of the updates throughout 2018 – and even prior to that as it was always known that a lower grade transition zone in its Sukari mine would have to be worked through at some point – plus revised guidance had pointed to that. I think the problem here and the reason why some investors have headed for the exit is that after an improvement in production during Q4 2018 to 137,600 ounces, Q1 2019 is expected to produce 105,000-115,000 ounces. That is due to the increased movement of waste material from stages four and five of the mine. I think the market is wrong though to sell the share so hard based upon that, as overall guidance for 2019 stands at 490,000-520,000 ounces – higher than the 472,000 produced in 2018, but still lower than the 544,000 ounces that it managed in 2017. But even if we take the lower end of guidance for the year, and the higher guidance figure for the quarter, that would imply that for the remaining three quarters of 2019, production would average 125,000 ounces and could even be as high as nearly 140,000 ounces per quarter in the best case scenario. The company is expecting though that 55% of total production will be during the second half of the year. The company is debt-free and had $322 million in the bank at the end of 2018 – following payment of the interim dividend – and has more than enough to cover the $118 million of Capex forecast for this year. Costs and cut-off grades have risen, and alongside depletion that has led to a reduction in proven and probable reserves to 7.25 million ounces, but even just allowing for the open pit operation that still gives that a lifespan of at least 15 years. Costs have been higher due to the total amount of material being mined, but longer term could see a reduction if plans to build a solar farm and a new tailings storage facility go ahead – neither is included in the current Capex forecasts. Despite 2018 not being the best year for the company, it still generated revenue of over $600 million and made a net profit of $152 million, generating net cash flows of $223 million from its operations, which hardly suggests that a 35% drop in share price is warranted. It is also still paying a healthy dividend, which will total $0.055 per share for the full year, or around 4.2p, and at the current share price that gives a yield of about 4.5%. That dividend is less impressive though than many would have been expecting, and is only around half of what was paid out for the full year in 2017, but isn't totally unexpected. Whilst I can understand investors not being too enamoured with these results, I don’t see them as impacting on the longer term prospects of the company, and for me the stock remains a buy and hold, plus gives good exposure to potentially stronger gold prices – probably even more so now given the severity of the recent drop. I’ll be looking to add more if it slips back into the 80s, or shows signs of a bounce from current levels.
30/1/2019
09:33
crazycoops: Not to mention that gold is close to $100/oz higher than when the AAZ share price recently peaked :)
22/1/2019
08:52
callmebwana: Yes ZOO, Bumpa. Their Dubbing business !! I was in it at around 7P a few years back got out at around 60P,it just carried on going up. I think it also won an award in the AIM last year.They don't like profit warning in the AIM. Wanabi, stop beating yourself about your comments about AAZ share price.I see some more selling going on !! Regarding MTL we can only raise our glasses when we get the RNS containing good news. AAZ RSI on the monthly chart @ 28 Oversold now.Hmm !!
21/12/2018
10:16
callmebwana: Good morning all. Today I have added HAYD to my watch list. They have just raised £1 Mil. working capitol. £750K as a loan and £250K with equity @20P a share. They are selling their Graphene ink in Korea and Thailand.The bank must have done a good DD to loan the money @ 11% interest. A Finance Director change as well. It usually means the last one did not do the job properly. AAZ no RNS re JORC, so perhaps they should leave it until the 2nd of January, it would we wasted RNS if it came now. I think upward share price pressure will start building in the New Year for AAZ share price to push towards £1. ATB.
15/12/2018
16:16
wanobi: AAZ - interesting; Bargain or Bust? What’s Happening With These Stocks? Anglo Asian Mining PLC (AIM:AAZ) Posted by Mike Billings on December 15, 2018 at 8:34 am Watching some historical volatility numbers on shares of Anglo Asian Mining PLC (AIM:AAZ), we can see that the 12 month volatility is presently 52.452800. The 6 month volatility is 54.718500, and the 3 month is spotted at 59.822400. Following volatility data can help measure how much the stock price has fluctuated over the specified time period. Although past volatility action may help project future stock volatility, it may also be vastly different when taking into account other factors that may be driving price action during the measured time period. Investors often have to face the issue of risk when dealing with the stock market. Creating portfolios that have the largest probability of attaining personal goals might be the course of action for many investors. Realizing that risk is a large part of the investment process can help the investor think realistically. Although completely eliminating risk is not reasonable, taking steps to reduce risk with proper portfolio management is well within reach for any investor. When first starting out, investors may be tempted to follow strategies from friends or colleagues that have dabbled in the markets with some success. Although using someone else’s strategy could work, chances are that eventually each investor will need to tweak the process in order to maximize their chances for success. Often times these lessons may end up being learned the hard way. With proper planning and execution, the hope is that the investor will arm themselves with enough knowledge to avoid mistakes early on. At the time of writing, Anglo Asian Mining PLC (AIM:AAZ) has a Piotroski F-Score of 8. The F-Score may help discover companies with strengthening balance sheets. The score may also be used to spot the weak performers. Joseph Piotroski developed the F-Score which employs nine different variables based on the company financial statement. A single point is assigned to each test that a stock passes. Typically, a stock scoring an 8 or 9 would be seen as strong. On the other end, a stock with a score from 0-2 would be viewed as weak. Investors may be interested in viewing the Gross Margin score on shares of Anglo Asian Mining PLC (AIM:AAZ). The name currently has a score of 57.00000. This score is derived from the Gross Margin (Marx) stability and growth over the previous eight years. The Gross Margin score lands on a scale from 1 to 100 where a score of 1 would be considered positive, and a score of 100 would be seen as negative. The Q.i. Value of Anglo Asian Mining PLC is 4.00000. The Q.i. Value is a helpful tool in determining if a company is undervalued or not. The Q.i. Value is calculated using the following ratios: EBITDA Yield, Earnings Yield, FCF Yield, and Liquidity. The lower the Q.i. value, the more undervalued the company is thought to be. The MF Rank (aka the Magic Formula) is a formula that pinpoints a valuable company trading at a good price. The formula is calculated by looking at companies that have a high earnings yield as well as a high return on invested capital. The MF Rank of Anglo Asian Mining PLC (AIM:AAZ) is 3041. A company with a low rank is considered a good company to invest in. The Magic Formula was introduced in a book written by Joel Greenblatt, entitled, “The Little Book that Beats the Market”. The ERP5 Rank is an investment tool that analysts use to discover undervalued companies. The ERP5 looks at the Price to Book ratio, Earnings Yield, ROIC and 5 year average ROIC. The ERP5 of Anglo Asian Mining PLC (AIM:AAZ) is 5979. The lower the ERP5 rank, the more undervalued a company is thought to be. Some of the best financial predictions are formed by using a variety of financial tools. The Price Range 52 Weeks is one of the tools that investors use to determine the lowest and highest price at which a stock has traded in the previous 52 weeks. The Price Range of Anglo Asian Mining PLC (AIM:AAZ) over the past 52 weeks is 0.942000. The 52-week range can be found in the stock’s quote summary. We can now take a quick look at some historical stock price index data. Anglo Asian Mining PLC (AIM:AAZ) presently has a 10 month price index of 2.15843. The price index is calculated by dividing the current share price by the share price ten months ago. A ratio over one indicates an increase in share price over the period. A ratio lower than one shows that the price has decreased over that time period. Looking at some alternate time periods, the 12 month price index is 3.10161, the 24 month is 4.01187, and the 36 month is 21.96976. Narrowing in a bit closer, the 5 month price index is 2.05051, the 3 month is 1.84546, and the 1 month is currently 1.21622. Free Cash Flow Growth (FCF Growth) is the free cash flow of the current year minus the free cash flow from the previous year, divided by last year’s free cash flow. The FCF Growth of Anglo Asian Mining PLC (AIM:AAZ) is 1.310431. Free cash flow (FCF) is the cash produced by the company minus capital expenditure. This cash is what a company uses to meet its financial obligations, such as making payments on debt or to pay out dividends. The Free Cash Flow Score (FCF Score) is a helpful tool in calculating the free cash flow growth with free cash flow stability – this gives investors the overall quality of the free cash flow. The FCF Score of Anglo Asian Mining PLC is 1.538953. Experts say the higher the value, the better, as it means that the free cash flow is high, or the variability of free cash flow is low or both. As the markets continue to charge to new heights, investors may be trying to calculate where the markets will be moving in the next few months. Many market enthusiasts will be monitoring the current round of company earnings reports. A better than expected earnings period may help give the stock market another boost to even greater levels. At this point in time, investors may be a bit more cautious with stock selection. With so many names near all-time highs, investors may need to crunch the numbers to evaluate which stocks are still a good buy even at current price levels. Investors may also want to zoom out to the sector level and see if they can determine which sectors may be poised to outperform the overall market coming in to the second part of the year. Investors may also be looking at the overall economic conditions and striving to gain a sense of whether everything will align to keeping the bull run going. Cheers Wan
06/11/2018
09:03
mad foetus: I really hope the wife doesn't come home to find me with one eye on the cricket and the other on the AAZ share price
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