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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglo Asian Mining Plc LSE:AAZ London Ordinary Share GB00B0C18177 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.50 -1.67% 147.50 140.00 150.00 153.50 143.50 150.00 230,776 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 69.4 22.7 12.8 12.1 169

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/2/2021
10:58
Good call on scancell. Martin Diggle at Vulpes is a good operator and has been a big part of the turnaround at Oxb
mr roper
27/2/2021
10:45
Hope this might be of interest: As you can see my choice is Scancell (SCLP). I doubt many will know much about it as it is developing difficult to cure cancer drugs and making great progress. It has been able to use this science to create a second generation Covid-19 vaccine which will shortly be going into a Phase One trial. It is fully funded for that having raised, mainly from two big investors, Vulpes & Redmile, £48m in H2-2020. But they will need a big Pharma partner to help with the Phase Two trial & manufacturer etc. The following is a good summary posted on LSE recently. I cut it back a bit. "In my view we will see a deal here in the next 1-12 weeks. Probably a partnership deal". "So here is my prediction. Scancell are one of the leaders at the forefront of the second generation of covid vaccines that desperately need to be developed, with a radically new method of action. There are, as said on the presentation today, many drug companies who missed out on the first generation vaccines who will be pounding at the door desperate to be in on this. Scancell need a partner asap to make sure that they can progress from Phase 1 to Phase 2/3 this year. A deal will be done and it will be done soon. The share price will then be nowhere near current levels. No certainties of course and DYOR, but this is my strongly held view. And fortunately, this is just a side product for Scancell (soon not to be) , so there is very good residual value if I am wrong and if things don't go as I expect".
plasybryn
27/2/2021
10:33
Yearly comp - Feb results Unsurprisingly very mixed but with crypto at the top. Remember this is the hare and 10 months to go. Anything can change in that time. Yearly - Feb
odsjp
27/2/2021
09:31
wishing you all a fine day, wherever and whatever you're going to do with it,,, personally after this week and spending all last weekend looking into silver I'm going to do ZERO research today :-) LOL, Cheers Wan :-)
wanobi
27/2/2021
09:29
many thanx for posting that Bumpa, scary to think one could end up in a situation like that whilst innocently trying to make money at this game, hmmm, cheers Wan :-)
wanobi
27/2/2021
09:28
Good & Morning and Good Health to all :-),,, welcome to the thread TJ and very pleased to hear it has helped you to success at playing this game :-) Cheers wan :-)
wanobi
27/2/2021
07:46
About under the radar Ariana Resources. Anyone looking for a big special payout, look no further than AAU. htTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tr6_PjD02co&ab_channel=Proactive
plasybryn
27/2/2021
07:32
htTps://www.zerohedge.com/markets/sec-suspends-trading-15-companies-due-questionable-trading-and-social-media-activity
bumpa33
27/2/2021
07:04
Hi everyone. I've been following this thread for a while and just thought I'd say hello. I'm not currently a holder of AAZ but have been in the past and expect to be again in the future. I'm always on the lookout for potentially undervalued metals and mining companies, which is why I find your thread interesting. Anyway, I thought that seeing as I have benefited from some of the research you guys have done and posted on here, I might start to participate and potentially share some ideas with you (for whatever they're worth!)
timjames5784
26/2/2021
22:43
yasX, Interesting post, especially the second paragraph. Many voices stating that one company or another is a fantastic investment doesn't necessarily mean that, fundamentally, it is. Only the official results released by any company in the bulletin board spotlight, so to speak, will give the true picture. Now, one company that is never discussed in any length by posters on any bulletin boards other than its 'home' board is PPC. This is a company with exceptionally good cash flow and great ambition. I would say this as I am an investor. But, if anyone would care to take a good look at PPC they will see that it is being built into a very robust and cash making concern, with a very solid and impressive large shareholders list. It is very close now to finalising the farm-out of assets held in Paraguay to a substantial and reputable National Oil Company and, something that has just been announced, it has formed a company, Atome Limited, which will be "focusing on developing a hydrogen and ammonia production, marketing and sales business". They have appointed Mary-Rose de Valladares as a director to this company, a company which "in due course will have an independent board experienced in alternative energy". One day the market will wake up to recognise just how much a bargain PPC is at current valuation. I'm only one voice, but if anyone cares to look, it might prove to be time well spent. PPC No one likes us, we don't care! Pp.
piperpeter
26/2/2021
20:54
Re my earlier post. Think there is a bit of mistaken interpretation. I have not suggested anyone should declare when they are selling - of course if one is offloading into any illiquid share declaring it in advance is plainly a silly thing to do. I am certainly not even remotely suggesting anyone declares what they are selling since it is of no interest to me. My point was a general one to readers in that they should be cautious in assuming that if a dozen or so people on here are suddenly and simultaneously shouting about the next share of the century to bet the farm on and which should be held for the next 20 years etc - do not get lured in by that but assess matters by application of your own judgement of the Co. I referred to CPX as a case in point (it was talked about by virtually everyone on here at the start of January as the best long term investment, yet when the results came out not one comment on it). The corollary of my foregoing comment is that most of those that were declaring it as the next best thing since sliced bread were likely not betting the farm on it and certainly not for the long term. As Wanobi pointed out, everyone is responsible for their own decision making - if anyone is foolish enough to load up simply because a dozen others on here are then so be it. For the record, I hold CPX, and that is based solely on my assessment of it (though I am grateful to Mattjos for initially referring to it on here).
yasx
26/2/2021
20:25
Nice pick this week odsjp well done.
avsome1968
26/2/2021
20:24
It’s called conformation bias. Investors want to hear that all’s ok. ConRoy’s has previous form. He is similar to delorean, knows how to sell a dream, but at least delorean got something to production. The Turks won’t be as courteous or as tolerant of the post handshake wriggling.
gutterhead
26/2/2021
19:53
Link to a very enthusiastic interview with Richard Conroy, in which he states it was CGNR who broke off negotiations with AAZ following the Turkish approach, which he considers a much better deal, not the other way around. Https://twitter.com/StockBoxMedia/status/1365275875697164293?s=20
gadolinium
26/2/2021
19:04
Hi Polaris ... will have another crack at deciphering the Gold chart later. Feels like it has been an outlier week in some ways. Lots of possible explanation being put forward but, i think it’s all down to the Bond market. Biden has wasted no time before the rockets and bullets are once again flying in the Middle East - usually a good sign for the markets so, lets see what next week/new month brings
mattjos
26/2/2021
18:54
Another RNS at EML to said they book build is completed at 5.75. Never seen a 6.29pm RNS on a Friday before!
qazwsxedc69
26/2/2021
18:40
many thanx odsjp, good luck with the jab and well done in the comp this week :-) cheers Wan :-)
wanobi
26/2/2021
18:39
EML - very poor that DP, enough for me to stay away from current management team,,,, hmmmm, cheers Wan
wanobi
26/2/2021
18:05
Gotta rush, have my covid jab in 20 minutes. Will post the yearly comp for Feb tomorrow
odsjp
26/2/2021
18:05
Week 16 results are here and they are pretty dire... Only three stocks were above 10% this week: PRE (up 18.35%) - Well done me. First time I have had the highest share for a week and the largest percentage change. XTR (up 16.81%) - Well done ODR, avsome1968, e43, Brasso3, Qaz PXC (up 15%) - Well done Pants and Jeansey No real changes in the overall leaderboard. Fez still comfortable in the lead even with a 30% fall in kr1. KS had another good week with a stronger 2nd place. All original ARB pickers are still in the lead with six figure balances. Avsome has overtaken Mattjos in the non crypto world but both with balances starting with 7. Week 16 - Finish
odsjp
26/2/2021
17:46
Hi Mattjos - i've also been following gold and was expecting a downward break of the Fib level near $1764. It has now occurred and i'd say the next level is $1690, both the 38.2 % Fib level and the bottom of the channel since mid 2020. I have real difficulty seeing it go lower than this but who knows?
polaris
26/2/2021
17:00
Hopefully $1500 - will buy some more in that case. Should be about June all the inflation kicks in and yield curve control is needed.
bonio10000
26/2/2021
16:52
Which is exactly what he wanted to happen. Quote taken from jsmineset site. Quote from Eddie George, Governor Bank of England in 1999, when BoE dropped 400 tones of Gold, 50% of the BoE’s gold on the market: “We looked into the abyss if the gold price rose further. A further rise would have taken down one or several trading houses, which might have taken down all the rest in their wake. Therefore at any price, at any cost, the central banks had to quell the gold price, manage it. It was very difficult to get the gold price under control but we have now succeeded. The US Fed was very active in getting the gold price down. So was the U.K.”
katsy
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