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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -8.00 -6.87% 108.50 120,100 16:19:43
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
105.00 112.00 116.50 107.50 116.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 74.64 26.14 14.85 7.2 124
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:23:55 O 2,271 109.70 GBX

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24/1/2022
08:20
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 116.50p.
Anglo Asian Mining Plc has a 4 week average price of 106.50p and a 12 week average price of 105p.
The 1 year high share price is 182.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 105p.
There are currently 114,392,024 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 72,746 shares. The market capitalisation of Anglo Asian Mining Plc is £124,115,346.04.
23/1/2022
16:14
1knocker: There is a difference between the dollar falling to $8000 to an ounce of gold, and gold rising to $8000 dollars per ounce. Inflation /depreciation makes each unit of fiat less valuable, not gold more valuable. The purchasing power of gold flucuatss up and down a bit all the time, but has not changed much over the past few thousand years. It really would be the 'new paradigm' of all 'new paradigms' if it were to rise fourfold in purchasing power now. I don't say it can't, just that it would be the first time in the recorded history of the world that it has done so, and thus probably not the way to bet. People refer to the rise of the price of gold from $35 in the 1970s, but that $35 did not reflect the purchasing power of gold in the 1970s, merely the fact that its dollar price had been fixed for decades while the value (purchasing power) of those 35 dollars fell. If the price of farmland had been so fixed at $100 an acre, that would not have meant that its productive power (real value) depreciated with the depreciation in the purchasing power (value) of that $100. All that the price fix would have done would have been to make it unlawful to sell farmland at its true value. So too with the fixed price of gold. Remove a law prohibiting the sale of an asset (be it gold ,farmland or anything else) at its true value, and the price adjusts to true value. If the purchasing power of the dollar had not appreciated or depreciated since the fixed price was imposed, that value expressed in dollars would have been about $35. If the dollar had appreciated to twice its purchasing power at the date of the fix, that price would have been about $17.50. It has ro be understood that fiat money is not wealth. It is merely a means of exchange. As a clild, my pocket money was 2 shillings a week, That bought an airfoil model and about a quarter pound of aniseed balls. But if I had bought and kept the model and aniseed balls, which would now cost about £2.00 and 30p I would not have made a fantastic 23 fold investment return on my money. I would merely have preserved its purchasing power in a store of value. It is the money which has fallen by a factor of 23 in value, not the airfoil model and aniseed balls which have appreciated in value. This probably very elementary to most , but there are apparently still those who think gold is an investment one can grow rich on. It is not. It is store of value one can remain rich on. That is a crucial difference, obscured bu short term fluctuations in the gold price, which enable profit (or loss) to be made by trading it.
22/1/2022
17:42
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.
18/1/2022
10:51
avsome1968: JB until S/O finishes selling not sure were we are nothing wrong with recent results but this constant selling took its toll on the share price not happy either with recent warrants, would be good to see a large buyer taking the last 4-5 m shares all at once this will give the share price a much needed boost, been watching each day for some unusual large buys but nothing so far, you would've thought with a 75% discount in share price someone would've bought the lot at this price time yet though.
17/1/2022
14:02
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?
13/1/2022
11:34
katsy: Given the year most AIM stocks have had I'm happy with that AAZ update. Yes production has been falling but with so many more concessions in the wing, management seem to have things covered. Getting $1825/oz for that quarter is a credit to whoever is tracking the gold price, I'm pretty sure it wasn't Mattjos doing it, hehehe. The market is forward thinking, and 2021 price action has reflected this, with a steady but declining production. Now it seems 2022 should be news rich year, and by H2 this should be reflected in the share price Now is not the time to be selling, this is the accumulation phase.
13/1/2022
07:30
all in eol: https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/anglo-asian-mining-AAZ/share-news/Anglo-Asian-Mining-PLC-Q4-and-FY-2021-Operations-a/87006767 Will the market finally give the share price a boost? Looks good enough to me.
12/1/2022
10:29
pogue: RB I dont think management at AAZ particularly care about the share price to be honest I think that's the problem. They have a load of shares and no plans to sell them and a nice divi every year as a return. Why waste time and effort getting the share price up? They will plod on running it as they please bring in friends and family to replace themselves if they retire and if the share price goes up so what they are not selling, they are looking to move to mid cap status after that who knows. Its looks like a private company to me.
08/1/2022
13:15
king suarez: Yes, selling is definitely the harder part. I'm pretty sure I could be twice as wealthy if I had better timing with sells, as I think I have a decent history with entry points overall! There are lots of inputs that weigh in to the simple question of 'is it likely to go up more?' that make the correct selling point very difficult; 'the (share) story', the macro environment, commodity prices, politics, emotions/sentiment, 'momentum', a big seller/buyer, sector rotation, fashion/unfashionable investments etc Some share price moves can be rationalised with hindsight, and some just don't make much sense at all in the shorter term to me! Gold and silver miner valuations don't make much sense to me, but a stock like TXP you can rationalise most of the share price movements due to the ever changing and evolving story. I could easily have sold TXP for 20p with a small profit, or 178p for a very big profit - both would have been 'successful' trades, but I did neither and still decide to hold at 92p for the future.. STCM we've been unlucky due to the rioting etc hitting sentiment, but operationally and financially there was no reason to suggest it should not keep rising from 60p given the fundamentals. Now it is super cheap, if you believe a war is not going to break out! I am trying to be a bit more hard nosed about risk/reward and where I see share prices going in future, but it is a tough balance and can create a lot of stress. Sometimes the better rewards come from just sitting on your hands.
08/1/2022
12:44
11_percent: KS, Good point. I was reading a blog over the New Year which said you do exactly what i do not. He said, when you buy a share, you have looked at al its financial data and made decision that it is more likely to go up than to go down.....that is, there higher probability that the share price will go up than down. A crital part of that decision is the actual share price at the moment you buy it. That is, you think the share price is "low".....and will go up. If the share price was double......you would not buy the share....because it is too "high". Ok....you decide to buy the share, and say it goes up. As it goes up...the probability of it going up further decrease......and, the risk that it will go down, increases. The logic is, as the share price goes up, you should sell. I do exactly the opposite......as the share price goes up....i buy more....because I am "right". I keep buying as the share price goes up....and when it falls...i get caught with a high average. Think: PUR STCM TXP Gold and silver...and their mining shares.
05/1/2022
07:04
all in eol: https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/atome-energy-ATOM/share-news/ATOME-Energy-PLC-Director-PDMR-Shareholding/86942558 ("ATOME" or the "Company") Director/PDMR Dealing ATOME Energy (AIM: ATOM), the international company focused on green hydrogen and ammonia production, sales and marketing with current projects in Iceland and Paraguay, announces that it was notified on 4 January 2022 of the following PDMR purchase: Mary-Rose de Valladares (Independent Non-Executive Director) purchased 93,750 ordinary shares of 0.2 pence each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") on 4 January 2022 at a price of 80 pence per Ordinary Share. Following the purchase, Mary-Rose de Valladares now has a beneficial interest in 93,750 Ordinary Shares, representing 0.29 per cent. of the Company's issued share capital. Mary-Rose de Valladares of ATOME Energy, commented: "As a green hydrogen and ammonia specialist, I am pleased to demonstrate my confidence in Atome by making this investment. "Atome is well placed, with its management team and strong key shareholder base, to be at the forefront of the green hydrogen industry and I am very pleased to be a part of this exciting journey with investors". Lock-in and orderly market arrangements The shares purchased by Mary-Rose de Valladares are subject to the Lock-in and Orderly Market Deeds as set out in the Admission Document, pursuant to which Mary-Rose de Valladares undertook in accordance with Rule 7 of the AIM Rules for Companies not to (and to use her best endeavours to procure that her connected persons shall not), save in limited circumstances permitted by the AIM Rules for Companies, dispose of any of her interests in Ordinary Shares at any time prior to the first anniversary of Admission. In addition, in order to ensure an orderly market in the Ordinary Shares, Mary-Rose de Valladares agreed that for a further period of 12 months only to deal or otherwise dispose of any such interests through finnCap or share price Angel (or the brokers for the time being to the Company) in order to assist in the maintenance of an orderly market in the Ordinary Shares. As a US resident, Mary-Rose de Valladares was unable to participate in the Company's fundraising prior to Admission due to the US Securities Act.
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