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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
  -5.00 -3.85% 125.00 120.00 125.00 128.00 115.50 128.00 862,996 16:35:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 69.4 22.7 12.8 9.8 143

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/11/2020
15:52
just for you MrR :-) Cheers Wan :-) free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
wanobi
28/11/2020
15:17
My selections for next week please: 50% in GFM & 50% in CPX Thanks in advance.
mattjos
28/11/2020
14:52
CAT should do well mf. Just broken to new ATH's & they've been ordering gear from us recently both in USA and Indonesia. Was a steal back in March this year. Pays a good divi. Probably one for the SIPP
mattjos
28/11/2020
14:12
Any chance of a Renx chart, wan. Excellent week just passed. Just starting the next leg up imho
mr roper
28/11/2020
14:08
Thanks for feedback wan and "mistakes I knew I was making" could be a chapter in a book. So many of those charts look over extended though, it's hard to buy if you've missed the action so farMatt, what do you think of Caterpillar as a general trade on global growth?
mad foetus
28/11/2020
14:08
I'm sure thats right Matt, i import handcrafted products and have bean living part of the year in a SE Asian (rapidly) developing Country for the last eighteen years , most of the population is still living day by day on a shoestring budjet the cost of energy relates very directly to everything you can and cannot do.
e43
28/11/2020
13:57
e43, the richer part of the world will adopt the new tech first (its being mandated now) and in so doing will drive down the manufacturing costs to the level that the rest of the world can afford it but, before I participate in that early adoption, I will be sit and watch and wait for Hydrogen to take its place as the 'winner' over batteries. Batteries are the 'enabler' for the transition to electric, afaic but, I do not believe they will be the final solution. That will be Hydrogen, imo & there will be a big fight in the car space. Toyota has pinned its colours to Hydrogen and so too has S. Korea as a nation. It's a real Tortoise and Hare situation right now. I suspect those cars manufactured towards the 2035 cut-off date will likely contain some of the most powerful and fuel efficient internal combustion engines ever
mattjos
28/11/2020
13:55
many thanx for heads up on Gold Brasso, jeanesy & Rb :-) cheers Wan :-)
wanobi
28/11/2020
13:53
Technical set up here reminds me of 4D move from 40p to 180p from August Breakout of Constriction within 50 day and 200 day Moving Averages The DDDD F-4 Filing with the SEC contains some amazing snippets of information on potential going forward
the stigologist
28/11/2020
13:44
Energy Investment Charts being discussed here :-) many thanx all who have posted on the subject, Cheers Wan :-) free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
wanobi
28/11/2020
13:41
From a practical everyday economic point of view the real cost(minus subsides)of the new energy relative to diesel/petrol will be v fundamental to general economic well being.If its too high the poorer half of the world will find the going even tougher than now.
e43
28/11/2020
13:39
well done & thanx odsjp,,, and wonders will never cease, 2nd only to Mj this week,,, well for one share pick only EVG,,,, what heights I've now reached :-) :-) LOL,,,, I know how you feel KS :-),,, but that feeling will pass quickly :-),,, well done all at the top of the overall positions table :-),,,, great fun odsjp,,,, cheers Wan :-)
wanobi
28/11/2020
13:35
interesting posts Mj, thanx for sharing, cheers Wan :-)
wanobi
28/11/2020
13:31
Matt Thanks for clarifying. Wanobi It's a point that I constantly keep in mind. There are plenty of companies that I really like the look of but one of my checkpoints is the 1 year price profile and some are trading at up to 3 or 4 times the values of just last Spring. So I hold off in the knowledge that tomorrow is another day and other opportunities will present themselves, including in some of those companies I presently regard as too expensive. edit jeanesy Here are the audios that they mention in the KWN article: hTTps://kingworldnews.com/new-kwn-weekly-metals-wrap-2/ hTTps://kingworldnews.com/dr-stephen-leeb-11-28-2020/
captain james t kirk
28/11/2020
13:21
Yes, the future is electric motors rather than petrol/diesel engines. This is inescapable. The Sony/Betamax race currently in motion is what is going to provide the energy for the electric motors. Batteries or Hydrogen ? Everyone knows how an electric drill works. you have an electric motor and it's powered by a battery. In the same a Tesla electric car has a battery pack which you recharge and it proves the power to all the electrical thing in the car including the motor. In a Hydrogen car, the energy source is Hydrogen which, passes through a fuel cell and thus delivers the power to the motor. When the Hydrogen is depleted, you simply refill the Hydrogen tank with more Hydrogen. you don't plug it in to recharge .. you just 'refuel' it with Hydrogen as you do now with petrol/diesel. The bigger and heavier the vehicle, the less it makes sense to use batteries as you need to carry around with you at all times a heavy battery pack so, trains, lorries, off highway machines … these are not going to use batteries as the energy vector. you are hardly going to have a huge array of diesel gensets to provide electricity at a mine to re-charge massive battery sets for the loaders & trucks. you'll have Hydrogen on site & some of that Hydrogen will be produced locally by Solar/Wind arrays which will use the electricity they create to Hydrolyse Water and create Hydrogen
mattjos
28/11/2020
13:20
Donald & Dave Podcast Charts below,,,, great listening again guys, many thanx,,, and somewhat refreshing, although I know not why :-),,, to hear of your emotions getting the better of you DP as that's something I feel we are all wrestling with a lot of the time whilst playing this game,,, so often I feel myself doing something I should not do and do it anyway,, perhaps there has to be a bit of a gambler in us all to play this game and we need to be very careful it doesn't get a hold of our decision making :-),,,, personally I feel that charts are the way to control it, as you said, look at the trend aa your friend, its telling you most of the time that the odds are either in your favour or against you,,,, but like others I'm sure, I do let my perceived view of the fundamentals get the better of me and invest when the odds are against me,,,, that is something I working hard on :-) LOL,,,, cheers Wan :-) free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
wanobi
28/11/2020
13:12
Mattjos I'm struggling a bit with your post in so much as your first paragraph says that JCB see the future as hydrogen and then the rest of the post extols the virtues of electric. Is it hydrogen for the power pack and electric to replace the hydraulics ?
captain james t kirk
28/11/2020
12:46
Another Co. in the fuel Cell/hydrogen sector is PPS. Again loss making with Hugh loans (family linked) but great potential as this market gets ever hungry for UPS applications.
plasybryn
28/11/2020
12:24
The turning point for ITM was the JCB investment. I know that the Bamford family are going 100% into Hydrogen … JCB may be making some battery electric machines right now but, that is merely a stepping-stone to electrify their product range. Hydrogen is, by far, the most sensible, realistic, cost-effective energy vector for machines that JCB manufacture. Zero chance the future for off-highway construction machinery is battery-electric. It absolutely has to be & will be Hydrogen. The Bamford family see their Hydrogen investments as pivotal to the future success of JCB & as means of gaining significant competitive advantage in the future. It's only recently that the likes of JCB, CAT, Volvo, Hitachi, Liebherr etc are starting to understand and quantify the incredible energy & reliability efficiencies that switching from Diesel & Hydraulic to Electric & Electric on their machines brings to them. I will not say the names of the companies involved here but, here is an example. Company A makes off-highway diggers & loaders. Company B is a global OEM manufacturing DC & AC motor controllers. About 3 years ago, A approached B and started working with them on their first electric machines. A set OEM B a 'very stretching target' for the 'average mean time between failure' for their motor controllers. The motor controller manufacturer sucked its teeth and blew out their cheeks and said "Blimey guv'nor that's a hard target to hit. We'll do out very best for you & Yes, we can definitely deliver that for you but, it will mean the unit cost has to increase to give that that level of reliability." "Yes, we surely understand and accept that." said Company A. The buying and development teams at Company A were ecstatic … the 'average mean time between failure' target they had set the supplier was actually greater than the average number of hours a mini-digger completes before it leaves the 'prime' hire market and ends up being punted around the second-hand marketplace ie. the point at which Company A has zero further interest in what happens to the machine other than for their spare parts business. & they told Company B all this after the hardware contract was agreed and testing completed to the satisfaction of Company A However, the motor controller manufacturer left that first meeting absolutely gobsmacked with the while thing … their motor controllers were already tested and warranted to deliver more than 200% longer 'average mean time between failures' than the 'stretching target' set by Company A. They'd gotten a higher unit price than they had hoped for & were actually able to down-spec their motor controller (make it cheaper) and still exceed their customer targets. Anyone here who still thinks that Electrification & the demise of the I/C engine is going to be a slow process is completely deluding themselves. Now that OEM's are beginning to fully grasp the cost savings and energy efficiencies that Electric Motors and Electric Actuators offer when compared to I/C engines and Hydraulics, the push forward is accelerating in ways most market commentators have not yet realised. Hydraulics, as used on things such as excavators for the booms & the 360° slewing mechanism, have barely changed for many, many years. They are prone to leaking, bursting hoses and contamination & one of the most common causes of breakdowns. Now, they can be replaced with Electric Actuators to do exactly the same but with much higher efficiency and far lower failure rate + by using electric power, you can recover the energy lost eg. when you slow and stop slewing of the excavator there is a huge mass that is decelerating and you can recover energy from that process and store it for later use. Capacitors are an ideal energy storage medium in this sort of application as they can be charged/discharged almost instantly, whereas the chemical process in (lead acid or lithium) batteries is much too slow to harvest/deliver such brief high energy bursts …. these are the sort of applications where Super/Ultra Capacitor demand is rising exponentially but, folk don't yet appreciate it :-)
mattjos
28/11/2020
12:10
Meantime regardless of market manipulation, real physical demand is still high. Some of the auctions I watch attract serious premiums there’s one such example at the coincabinet.com but the link won’t work to copy here. I’m not bidding, just showing to highlight what goes on in actual physical markets and the real premiums. There’s a few listed if you look that will go well above the odds in numismatic land.
riggerbeautz
28/11/2020
11:57
https://kingworldnews.com/trading-alert-bullion-banks-using-todays-orchestrated-takedown-in-gold-to-cover-shorts/
jeanesy
28/11/2020
11:32
Re AFC and other H related companies. I was in AFC many years ago. Initially doing fine (sp in 40s) but the co had been constantly improving the product promising a company making contract. But the reality was just more trials and raising more money. I decided to sell just making a small profit. Then I occasionally checked the share price but it was gradually collapsing.Then recently I had a read about them again and felt maybe this time around they finally are there. The macro env is more green these days.However when I asked myself a few months ago whether to invest and I decided not to - with a hindsight the wrong decision. It just felt the same as many years ago. Revenue not justifying the mcap and somehow I'm still sceptical about future revenue streams. The same applies to other two cos mentioned. However I admit people invested a couple years ago are doing very well. Clearly the buying/selling timing is everything in this game ... I hope AFC will make it as I like the concept.Have a great weekend.
user2007
28/11/2020
11:18
ALASDAIR MACLEOD: GOLD AND SILVER MANIPULATION IS BEHIND THIS CRASH! Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWTJJInlgNk&feature=emb_logo
brasso3
28/11/2020
08:39
I mentioned KIST earlier in the week. Debuted at 100p on Aim and finished the week at 118p. It is a closed ended investment company looking to make acquisitions in the energy sector. It’s founder, Andrew Austin had great success with Rockrose Energy you may remember, indeed Kistos is the Greek for Rockrose so a nod to the past. I like to back people and am very happy to have taken a position and to let Austin sniff out a few good investments for me. Worth a look I would say. Please dyor etc
fozzie
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