Anglo Asian Mining Dividends - AAZ

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Anglo Asian Mining Plc AAZ London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-8.00 -6.87% 108.50 16:19:43
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
116.50 107.50 116.50 108.50 116.50
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Anglo Asian Mining AAZ Dividends History

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odsjp: Thought I would post my updated gold producers chart. I was trying to determine which gold miners to invest/trade and wanted to produce a standard table where I could compare them all equally. Currently I only hold AAZ in share form and it is one of my largest holdings. If you look at the cheapest in the table(HUM), its enterprise value is £486 for every oz of gold produced in 2021 and the most expensive (PUR) is £9640 for every oz of gold produced in 2021. I have added the 2022 outlook and you can also compare Market cap instead of enterprise value if you are not overly concerned with debt. PUR is expected to produced more gold this year (I have guessed 45,000) but wants to get to 100K then 200K, so this will become cheaper over time. So HUM is currently three times cheaper then AAZ, but I do not feel comfortable buying shares due to perceived risk of location (Mali, Liberia and Guinea) although by 2023/2024 it is targeting 200+K/oz year with Mali and Guinea coming online. It also under delivered last year and I would expect it to increase production this year back to 100K/oz. If it manages this, then the ratio will be down to almost £400/oz, ridiculous cheap when compared to the others. This chart also does not take into account the unknowns in terms of mines, future production etc (of which AAZ has a lot of potential upside) As a result I have placed a small bet on HUM and will see how it goes... If you look at the second table it shows what it costs to place a bet (with IG) and what your return would be if the share went back to it 2021 high. So a £100/point bet on PUR would cost £1000 but it is 90 points down from its all time high, so if it managed to get back to this during 2022 then you could be considerably in profit with a £9,000 gain(9x increase). Similarly a £250/point bet on HUM would cost £820 and would return £5000 (6x increase). Also put a couple of other shares on the list for comparison perspective (EMH, PRE) Take from this what you will but thought it might be useful to some. The numbers are not totally perfect. If you see any big discrepancies let me know and I will update.
kfr20: Odsjp, I will have AAZ and Cey next week please. All in on ADV last week, though fortunately only a small position in real life . Wouldn't normally have stayed in until drill bit but noises were positive leading up to actual result. My strategy will change for remainder of the year. Slow and steady will win the race! I'm looking at some attractive dividend yield, so like AAZ, CET & POLY.
wanobi: AAZ - DP "mine matrix" post 50203 on the main Mj AAZ thread - nice one DP & big thanx from me and all AAZ investors,,, of that I am sure,, Cheers Wan :-) :-) :-)
1knocker: I topped up a few weeks ago at 105.9 and sold that tranche this morning at 113.2. Only a modest profit, but at present any profit on anything gold related is welcome. Over all, I am down 8% on my AAZ holding (so even after adjusting for dividends I am not quite breaking even on a total return basis). Not good. If AAZ drops back below 106, I shall probably top up again. A rising tide floats all boats and, initially at least, a falling tide drops all boats. There is plenty of scope for more 'Russian' news to hit this share price The Times today has a comment piece suggesting Russia is pretty busy north of the Arctic circle, as well as on the borders of Ukraine. It is not difficult to think up scenarios where we get a 10 to 20% market pull back sometime in the next three months. And if China takes the opportunity of the Russian distraction to move on Taiwan .... This seems to me to be a time to take what trading profits one can, and keep plenty of powder dry for a decent pull back. It is interesting to see that over the last few months one of my stand out performers has been BATS, and a top up of Imps in time to catch the last divi has also played out very well so far. Cancer sticks and O&G have done me well recently, not to mention my big miners BHP and Rio. Despite my weighting in PMs, the portfolio over all is at an all time high, as I expect most people who are light on crypto and big tech are. Are the stock market tectonic plates moving?
2sporrans: DP Yes, it looks like Avshancli-1 is being put on the back burner now. Ditto Gilar. Having listened to Reza, he says H2 production from Vejnaly "for sure", if not before. Seems to be determined mainly by the plant repairs time. With the cash spend on Vejnaly, Zafer [produce H2 2023], rapid drill over Garadagh [hopefully], some more on may be that AAZ don't want to burn more on Avshancli. Vejanly looks to be considerably higher grade, albeit underground and if that plant is tolerably up to scratch, guess it is the better project. Maybe the dividend won't be cut; i really hope not. AAZ can borrow cheap if needs.
interceptor2: Interesting watching Gold challenging the 1820 level today, should see a pullback once the US markets open. Can't be held back forever and will reflect all the money creation and inflation before long. Happy to hold AAZ and enjoy the decent dividend yield while I wait.
2sporrans: Steve. Thanks for your last 3 posts. Haven't yet listened to the interview but spare 1/2 hr. I'm in the early stages of struggling to get a handle on where all this is heading. Like is it more probable that - wrt Macoa anyway - as you suggested in your first post, the resource gets well defined + a mining plan developed [AAZ's input], then Macoa gets bought by a major miner. Or do you think it will be bought into production by Libero/AAZ/B2Gold/another? In the first scenario, guess it could pan out that AAZ are making an astute, pretty much hands-off investment, one where in 2 or 3 years they make a fat return from the sale of Macoa - but also retain their stake in Libero and the remaining projects. Suppose that one of the risks is the future CAPEX and stake dilution that may incur. Bradvert posted this earlier: "the shares in issue each year from 2015 to 2020 in millions go; 4,7,9,10,15,25. It'll be interesting to see what it's future capital requirements are, and how they're met." That's a lot of dilution. So, does that present AAZ with the challenge that as to what multiple of the current valuation of Macoa needs to be attained in order for the investment to pay off - at point of sale of Macoa? On other hand, if they will take Macoa all the way into production, it's a very different concept of both involvement, ownership even, and payback for AAZ. One for which i suppose the interview Celertitas provided link to is essential listening to get to grips with.
wanobi: many thanx Mj and all the posters on the main AAZ thread,, great to hear everyones thoughts on this move by AAZ,,, time will tell, but, it looks to be a great time/price for AAZ to have taken a 19.9% stake!!!! I'm looking forward to hearing all about it from AAZ themselves,,, well done management :-) GLA, Cheers Wan :-)
lefrene: Thanks Mattjos, it seems that Libero needed some cash by the 25th to secure that asset. It's a win win for both parties. AAZ gets to expand it's horizons and Libero gets access to possibly the most highly skilled miners on the block. Some of us of course are wondering how AAZ is going to juggle all this with their other commitments, and will the divi get hit? It's the opening that AAZ was looking for in that move towards becoming a miner of significant scale. You'd think the market would be a bit more impressed, but I dare say the institution employees are already on their hols, for a couple of weeks.
2sporrans: "The opening up of the occupied territories didn't shift the share price....." TTM The share price soared to over 180p spike during Jan this year; that marked the all time high for AAZ. Reason why? It certainly had nothing to do with ongoing production, whatsoever. Well, the buying surge followed the first RNS that confirmed that the 3 Karabakh CAs, hitherto 'frozen', inaccessible but all being illegally mined, would become accessible to AAZ in 2 cases, pending safe access, the 3rd case of Kzylbulagh being a much vaguer consideration; even the inclusion of Kashen mine + plant was unclear back then. The PS contracts would be reset to time-zero after access available. The 2 CAs to be "resTored" to AAZ, included the Largest Gold mine in the S. Caucasus - Zod or SotK - within Soutley CA. Vejnaly was the other. It seems pretty clear that there was a 'sugar rush' to the heads of many [some new] investors, imagining that, notwithstanding the Zod mine lies on the Armenian border, the 70-75% on the Azerzi side would miraculously become a large, lucrative producing asset for AAZ, much as it had for the Russian Co. that had been illicitly exploiting it. Whatever, as realisation dawned that, for various reasons, feasible production, such as hoped for, was at least a good few years away, at best, the share price gave up most of its gains over the next several weeks. I agree with your main contention TTM - and BadDeal too - that the share price is currently pretty much a reflection of investors production prognoses for 2022, 23 , with little in the price beyond that comparatively short horizon. I think we all agree that, to extent AAZ can 'articulate' a convincing path to larger scale production with good margin, [albeit mainly copper] from 2023 onwards, the share price has clear potential to attain that 180p high and indeed build upon it. CA ratification is the essential prerequisite. I'm hoping-expecting that most of the sellers are those with shorter horizons, while the buyers are looking at least 5 years out.
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