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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.00 0.74% 136.50 87,319 09:40:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
133.00 140.00 136.50 130.50 135.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 69.41 22.72 12.75 11.2 156
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:47:50 O 282 139.99 GBX

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Anglo Asian Mining Daily Update: Anglo Asian Mining Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AAZ. The last closing price for Anglo Asian Mining was 135.50p.
Anglo Asian Mining Plc has a 4 week average price of 117.50p and a 12 week average price of 117.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 182.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 102p.
There are currently 114,392,024 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 156,514 shares. The market capitalisation of Anglo Asian Mining Plc is £156,145,112.76.
ianguerin: How was I to know that the production update would land the day after I posted 45316 ? Thanks to all who gave the thumbs up to the post. Buffett couldn't have better described the subsequent week, when he spoke of being greedy when others are fearful. The investors who have left the bus since 15th have handed over a nice legacy to the remaining passengers. I wonder if any of those who disembarked bought back in yesterday or will be tempted to do so in the coming days ? To add to everybody's AAZ allocation revelations, my wife & I are in at 36% of our pension/investment portfolios. Ride the winners is another investment strategy as well as diversification. Her average price is 28p & her dividends received to date are 56% of the cost of her total AAZ investment - and she still rails me about when the share price was 180p!
bozzy_s: Great news about the PSA extension. That's pretty much secured Gedabek until 2032 (the 2nd extension surely is a formality now). If AAZ do nothing except mine Gedabek for the next 11 years, they're worth today's market cap. We know there's much more in the pipeline. And it's great to see the company signpost that at the end of the RNS. It'd be sensational news if they got new contract areas, adding to the embarrassment of riches already in the bag. Quick comment on portfolio diversification. I guess it varies from one person to the next. Someone in their twenties playing as a trader can afford to take bigger risks than someone in their forties or fifties building a pension pot, or a retired person looking for safe-haven dividend income. Personally I agree with chrismcglone 45538. Spending hundreds of hours researching companies and reading these BBs. Eventually finding a gem or two which stand out from the rest. I'm not going to put money anywhere else! I'm sat on 2 absolute diamonds now and not even looking at other companies. I'm about 65% FXPO, 35% AAZ, and earning around a 9% dividend yield at today's prices. Fully expect these 2 stocks to enable me to buy my first house within a couple of years. If either managed to become 'overvalued' by the market (cough, GGP!!), the share prices would be at least 5 times higher.
greggphilips88: Thanks to crazyc, michaelf, cmc, and jb, for thoughts on portfolio diversification. Agree jb we all need to make our own judgement based on our own situations, but it has been useful to hear other PI views. I haven't invested this years ISA or topped up the SIPP yet this year, so coming around to the view of a chunk of that going into AAZ if it dips down again before the next RNS. These 11 shares make up 69% of my personal investments: 11.4% AAZ 10.1% SHG 10.1% ITV 6.6% SLP 6.1% RBGP 5.0% BEG 5.0% 888 4.7% GTLY 4.5% K3C 2.8% REC 2.7% SRB AAZ, SHG, and SRB have been hard work and I'm underwater , but at least I funded them partly from HGM and TSG forced sale profits. The other 8 shares have collectively gone up over 100% in last 9 months ( I invested mostly in these post-March 20, and probably through more luck than judgement). The remaining 31% of investments are spread across 17 companies and 1 fund. I know, way too many, but all but 2 (HUM / NCYT) have done very or superbly well (albeit in a recovering market). Despite this, AAZ remains one of the shares that I keep thinking should be doing better based on all my research, and I remain confident, as many on this board do in a balanced, reasonable way, that it will come good over the next few years. Hope not too much off topic info. Offered in the context of how much is too much when it comes to portfolio weighting on AAZ. For me, taking AAZ up to 15% is probably my comfort limit (unless a rising share price takes it there and beyond!), but thought provoking to hear other views. Thanks.
mattjos: Just need Gold now to behave per the C&H theory and I believe AAZ share price should at least double from here this year.
king suarez: Bwana, great memory of AGQ. You are correct. Jim Williams (CEO) sold £1m worth of shares right at the the peak of the share price with the rationale given that he had to pay for a divorce. This was around December 2010 - the share price never recovered, even though silver didn't hit peak till end April 2011 at $48 an oz..
2sporrans: KS Good questions and i'd give a few, partial explanations/answers had i the time, which don't just now. Just enough for one Q/A: 5) What has happened to the high grade stockpiled ore that was going to be used to 'catch-up' production? Has that been used? If not, why not? Is this the same/different to the Vejnali stockpiled ore? I'm a tad confused by this one. We were advised last Summer, after the lousy Q2's came out as i recall, that there is/was a substantial stockpile of HG-gold ore that was built up in the very early years of production, as sulphide and unsuitable for the limited production options [only heap leach - cyanide] AAZ had available back then. Av. grade 2.8g/t. Is this the share price ore you are thinking of? It made a substantial contribution towards the revived Q3 gold production, as i recall, compensating for the absence of [depleted] Ugur ore. Maybe also towards the Q4, though i don't recall reading or hearing [Bill. M] anything about that. Nor do i recall that this particular share price has been exhausted; think there may well be more in reserve - along with that lot [load of copper as well as gold; can't recall how much of toh but over 10k-oz gold] in the tailings lake [when drained after new one bought into service - soon + the significant but tricky to access 'reserves' in "The Butts". These Vejnaly stockpiles were only revealed to AAZ following a very recent site visit. Does that help at all?
polaris: Done a quick and dirty forward projection for FY21, based on Q1 production. All i have done is take Q1 and assume identical production for rest of the year. This gives: Au 47628 oz Cu 2552 t Ag 141460 oz Using AAZ budget prices of $1650 Au, $25 Ag and $8700 Cu i get total revenues around $103 M after accounting for the smelting and transport costs for the concentrate (which i assume as 10 % of total metal value). The GEO using budgeted prices and production above is 63227 GEO, below bottom end of gudance. GoA take 12.75 % of gross revenues, so approximately $90 M attributable to AAZ. This is down on projections for FY2020, which we will get confirmed in about a month. It is far from disastrous, given the cash pile and prospects for developments. This is using numbers that don't even meet the lower end of the GEO guidance. The actual performance is going to be influenced by the metal prices cf. budget. Here, i'm particularly looking at gold and copper. Average YTD prices are above the budgeting...still 8 months to go though. Projecting up to the top end of guidance gets attributable revenue to AAZ around $100 M at budgeted prices. I have other budget prices for FY21 for Au, Ag and Cu, which generally give higher attributable revenues to AAZ for each scenario. It's a case of the here and now people v taking a step back to look at the larger picture, IMO. Yes, there are disappointments in the update this morning but i am a bigger picture investor. For example, i'd not be averse to AAZ freezing or cutting the H2 dividend to retain cash to develop the recovered CAs. I doubt the market will feel the same way, though the special helps in the total return to investors in FY20. AAZ still pays a dividend, unlike most other small miners. It is also profitable...even under the current conditions.
wanobi: I shall bow to your superior experience on the AAZ share price drop Rb,,,, I guess it was wishful thinking on my part it might take a fast trip down to 80p so I could buy some really cheap ones :-) LOL,,,, oh what a game this is :-) Cheers Wan :-)
bwana4: Good afternoon all. Wan' thanks very much for the charts. Much appreciated by me. I am hoping for good news from AVCT soon. AMC !! I don't know !! I think the share price has been manipulated for quite sometime there!! Small share sales are there most times. The AT trades control the share price there !! Perhaps the promised TEO will appear. I think it could also be a leaky ship too!! I am not holding my breath there though ! NAI ofcourse. Have a great weekend all and stay safe. ATB. PS. Just a polite reminder guys. Don't forget to move your shares into an ISA. You don't want the TAX mans mitts over your hard earned cash. £20,000.0 is the allowance. Bed and ISA the shares. ATB.
odsjp: Below is the starting positions for the 100-comp (End date 31-Dec-2022) The shares in red are not in the competition as their market cap is greater then £50M or I can not find the share (NIOX). If you want to submit another, please let me know. If your share price is in yellow then this is the current price (previous price was higher) and if in white then the current share price is higher so have given you the original price from a few weeks ago when we first started talking about the competition. Good luck everyone.
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