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
  2.00 1.59% 127.50 129,520 14:54:39
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
125.00 130.00 129.00 127.50 129.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 69.41 22.72 12.75 9.2 146
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:23:46 O 3,867 129.00 GBX

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28/5/202019:27Wanobi & AAZ20,448
28/5/202018:25One of the largest developing gold properties in Eur or Asia35,903
09/3/202007:30AAZ Undervalued or simply too good to be true?225
22/2/202021:14Nothing new1

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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 125.50p.
Anglo Asian Mining Plc has a 4 week average price of 116.50p and a 12 week average price of 68p.
The 1 year high share price is 176.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 68p.
There are currently 114,392,024 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 263,051 shares. The market capitalisation of Anglo Asian Mining Plc is £145,849,830.60.
wanobi: indeed I have GR :-),,, what can you say,,, other than prove up those and AAZ share price will no doubt be higher than where it is today provided AZERGOV doesn't mess up the PSA and opportunity for us all :-) fingers crossed nothing like that will happen,,, but whilst there is a perceived risk there all we can do is sit on our hands, buy more and watch the game play-out :-),,, certainly no thoughts whatsoever in regard to selling any of my shares :-),,, oh, and also collect those very nice divi's along the way which are somewhat better than the 0.01% interest rate I get from my bank right now LOL LOL LOL,,, Cheers Wan :-)
wanobi: Also, WW, seems to me that the MM's are well in control of the AAZ share price and not the market,,,, until I listened to those interviews I would have said, surely that's not how this works,,, but, he clearly stated it is,,,, they mark up/down the price significantly at the slightest weakness or strength in the demand for AAZ shares which can be very off-putting for anyone new to the stock,,, those that understand this and have seen it time and time again can ignore, or take advantage of it in the knowledge that when good news,,, LOM, PSA clarity comes those MM's will re-rate the share price very, very fast and very far to the upside provided the news is deemed worthy of doing so by them :-) LOL,,,,, he also stated how the share price over-reacts to both good and bad news, overshoots on both directions,,,,, now,,, if I had had that knowledge when it last hit 170p I would have sold some and bought more lower on the re-tace,,, but there you go, I'm still learning the ropes here :-) GLA, Cheers Wan :-)
wanobi: AAZ share price - to me, right now, its all down to uncertainty,,, LOM/PSA, AZERGOV & future expansion plans are all uncertain and we all know the market hates uncertainty,, IF and always it is an IF,,, we get acceptable/satisfactory clarity on those things in May along with amazing financials, nice divi and so on,,,, it will,,, as sure as 'eggs is eggs' rise to new ATH's very very fast.... just got to sit tight and let the game play out,,, if, as I do, we believe in managements ability,,, which so far has been excellent.... if not, all one can do is sell..... black swans please stay away :-) LOL LOL,,,, GLA holders, cheers Wan :-)
brasso3: If you had of told me 1 year ago that in the near future gold will be at $1700/ oz and AAZ share price will only be 126p I never would have believed it.
wanobi: this might just be a good day for AAZ share price, fingers crossed, GLA Cheers Wan :-)
baddeal: Sb1976 agree aaz share price continues to disappoint, especially given other gold stocks. I hold a very broad range of equities and I have retail stocks and leisure sector stocks that have performed less badly then aaz in this market over the last month
wanobi: anything is possible sfs,,, what a buying opportunity that might be for AAZ shares,,, even if they are shut down, they'll come back, the gold isn't going anywhere, the value is there,,,, if it does happen more and more what will happen to price of gold as demand picks up and supply lags behind,,,, wowzer, could be interesting,,, we might even see AAZ share price rising with production shut down LOL crazy :-) LOL GLA Cheers Wan :-)
callmebwana: Wan, (DTG) Dart Group PLC has fallen from £19 to £3.60 !! They are the Jet2 holiday Co. Jees and some complain AAZ share price has fallen !! I have only done top ups with small amounts in PUR because I think they were way oversold. AAZ seems to have formed a base at around 70P. Yes Wan,for you it is better to buy shares when an uptrend has formed. You are good at charts so that should not be a problem for you. AVCT has been taking a bit of a kicking in its share price !! ATB
wanobi: allsee, I'm simply explaining my approach to the situation right now and why I've taken that approach, I'm not trying to scare anyone and I'm happy for you and others to disagree with me, no problem with that at all... I have not sold a single AAZ share apart from the trading batch where I bought at 125p and sold at 140p I think it was,,,,, I tried that a second time and look where it got me,,, LOL,,, but I'm not concerned at all,,, not even if production was to close for a short period,,, I'd buy more, as I've stated.... I agree whole heartedly that we are stupid cheap at 100p, I agree that low oil will help us and all miners massively, I agree that Gold, based on past situations should rocket at some point,,, basically I agree with all the arguments to holding AAZ for the long term, else why would I do it.... what I don't agree with, is assuming this is the bottom for AAZ share price and also the markets in general and I would greatly appreciate you respecting my opinion in the same way I respect yours,,,, whether I am right or wrong,,, and frankly I don't really care if I am wrong, in fact I'd be happy to be wrong.... I wish you well, cheers Wan :-)
mattjos: I believe we may be witnessing something pretty momentous this month - the end of the 40-yr Bull run in Bonds. The blow off top may have occurred this past week .. those that rushed into Bonds at next to Zero coupon may soon be looking to dump them as we head out the other side and the herd realise that yields will have to rise to tempt in fresh buyers. I know there are some painful days right now but, just remember that each of us here OWN a part of AAZ. Those BUY orders we've all clicked to confirm buying in GB£ represent a tangible part of AAZ, rights to its dividend payments & part-ownership in the future of the business. We're a gold miner and gold (as priced in GB£) is only 4% off recent All Time Highs & 7.5% off recent highs in US$. There is no logical reason as to why the AAZ share price should fall in such a disproportionate fashion … plenty of emotional reasons why, yes .. but, no logical reasons. Emotions are extremely heightened just now & that causes folk to make some irrational decisions but, emotions don't stay elevated for ever. Even in difficult times, humans emotions soon revert to a more normal state and then the other part of the brain, the logical part, regains ascendency & it will dawn on the majority that the AAZ share price is simply too cheap to resist. When will this happen exactly? I don't know. When & why does a murmuration of starlings collectively determine to simultaneously wheel left in unison? Who knows but, it's pretty spectacular when it happens. Same will happen here at some point
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