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
  +12.00p +10.43% 127.00p 1,305,982 16:35:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
127.00p 128.00p 131.00p 119.00p 119.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 70.85 19.80 11.23 11.1 145.3

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Date Time Title Posts
19/6/201917:44One of the largest developing gold properties in Eur or Asia23,236
19/6/201917:10Wanobi & AAZ7,100
15/5/201920:44AAZ Undervalued or simply too good to be true?223
22/1/201814:19Anglo Asian Mining - Seriously Undervalued8,222

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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 115p.
Anglo Asian Mining Plc has a 4 week average price of 88p and a 12 week average price of 66.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 131p while the 1 year low share price is currently 37.50p.
There are currently 114,392,024 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 378,566 shares. The market capitalisation of Anglo Asian Mining Plc is £145,277,870.48.
mattjos: It will become increasingly obvious to more and more folk thatGold is firmly now back in a bull market. Am expecting to see some proper 10-15p upward moves in the AAZ share price shortly
mattjos: just chill guys .. if this is the start of a big downturn, Gold will react accordingly & then, so too the AAZ share price.
wanobi: you're most welcome hubs & many thanx for your post today,,,,, yes, great point well made in regards to 'falling for a stock',, To me, Thomas Cook has just fallen behind the times I'm afraid,,,, people no longer need their hands holding when it comes to travel, flights, hotels, air B&B's and so on... their business model is just not relevant in todays world and they have failed to spot that and move with the times.... all in my humble opinion :-) jas & Ks, many thanx, yes, agreed, my calcs are very simple to illustrate just how undervalued AAZ is right now when compared to what maybe in the ground so to speak :-) I am no accountant & I do appreciate your inputs greatly,,,, & yes, many other accountancy type considerations must be considered in a proper valuation :-) When it comes to the KISS principle (keep it simple stupid) which I have used very well throughout my life, all I'm trying to do is illustrate that the path of least resistance for the AAZ share price and hence valuation is most certainly up, up, up from here should they prove up those resource numbers and get the stuff out of the ground and sold for a profit,,, which they are demonstrating they are very capable of doing already :-)… & that one thing that should not be a problem going forward is finding more Gold or Copper :-) So from a simple risk/reward view, right now, operationally speaking (ie no black swan events considered) the risk is low and the potential reward high and that's exactly where I'd like to be invested :-) Spot of Sunday Lunch for me now chaps, enjoy the rest of the day :-) Cheers Wan
wanobi: thanx cmb, will certainly be calmer today :-) LOL,,, I just couldn't stand by yesterday and see those oz/tonnes numbers without taking a stab showing what they could mean in terms of a hard cash valuation of the AAZ prospect,,, I posted the calcs to clarify to any newbies looking in just what might happen to the AAZ share price over the next 3 years.... I think you'll agree, this no ordinary opportunity, this is potentially a lifechanging situation & I'd like others to change their lives for the better to :-) its not the buzz for me, although that's an interesting side effect, but only when things are going well :-) for me its all about adding years to my retirement fund so I can cut back into how many years I have ahead in which I must work :-) thanx in regard to the thread, it's a credit to all us morons who post here :-) LOL,,, personally I couldn't give a stuff what others thing of me, I'll just carry on doing my own thing :-) LOL yep, glad to be out of IG & agreed, the £10K would have been better off in AAZ LOL I want this thread to be open and inclusive, a place where anybody can ask any question, no matter how stupid they feel it is,,,,, to me, there are no stupid questions, never ever,,,,, since by its very definition all a question is,,,, is someone trying to find something about something they don't know or understand about from others that do and we all have to ask them to develop from a baby who knows nothing to useful adults... we can't all know everything :-) LOL Have a great day cmb and all. Cheers Wan :-)
wanobi: AAZ - on days like this, possibly one of the most important lessons I've learned in my first year of investing is to separate company performance from immediate share price reaction!!!! today AAZ share price could end up higher, lower, the same, who knows, if I were a trader that would matter to me, but as a LTH is matters not,,,, its the results and future that count, the share price will follow, catch-up whatever at some point.... This is the most valuable thing I have learned so far & would feel comfortable in passing on to any newer newbies than myself looking in here :-) forget the share price movements today, look at the numbers, look at the future, consider what you think the POG will be doing, consider any black swan that could happen (difficult to do :-) and then make a decision to invest for the LT,,,,, whilst the story plays out you'll be paid in divi's to just sit on you hands,,,,,or on your sun lounger eh cmb :-) Wan's rule - to be added to JL & WB in the header :-) separate company performance from immediate share price reaction!!!! GLA Cheers Wan
wanobi: big round number, going from 2 to 3 digits was always going to be a tough nut to crack cmb & not to put a dampener on things (as I have separated company performance from immediate share price reaction here) AAZ share price usually falls on even the best RNS due to over expectation of the market.....:-) however, I do like the under promise & over deliver part of todays RNS,,,,, although all the nods, winks, smiles, hints coming out of Bill at the last presentation gave us all the surety that these numbers would be very good :-) oh what a game this is :-) cheers Wan LOL
sportbilly1976: Be interesting to see is share price angel look to revise their price target on the back of this, or Hardman too? Not the easiest to quantify the news though in terms of added value to AAZ share price
jbravo2: Well its been a quiet few months. Things are going to change here soon but I'm not sure on timelines exactly. Big change is a coming. I know plenty reading are fully loaded but I'm just going to revisit my predictions of July '15 for my own satisfaction (smug sh!t) and then make another prediction. In June '15 it had become obvious to me what was about to happen. The AGM laid out a few things that, along with conversations I'd had, made it obvious it was coming to a transformational 12 months. Even in the face of the Bashirov selling his 16% (old thread) jbravo2 - 30 Jun 2015 - 09:39:13 - 7688 of 8223 ... They are chasing a notice re the selling. It is not any insider and the usual suspect is presumed. It is the responsibility of the individual and they are relatively powerless to enforce him. My opinion: This share price is set to climb significantly. ... jbravo2 - 25 Aug 2015 - 16:29:34 - 7941 of 8223 This share price will move steeply upwards over the 12 months that started a month ago. Share price was sort of around 6-7p as I was making this prediction. Spent the next 9 months apparently not doing much, churn, Bashirov, doubts, too good to be true etc etc. I stood by my prediction even as the doubters sold out. (current thread) jbravo2 - 21 Apr 2016 - 10:00:39 - 2280 of 20605 Seems like the market needs a few shares with the way the price has moved on a modest 80k buys. Need to tempt the next round of sellers out. Have you finished resourceful? Thanks I've had over 400k of yours recently I guess. :) jbravo2 - 27 Apr 2016 - 17:44:18 - 2313 of 20605 The time is now. I'm saying. I can't give this fair warning exactly to the day but it's a fair warning all the same. I said the share price would be materially different in 12 months and there's only 3 months of that left. That's close enough for any reasonable soul. I stand by that prediction 100%. It will be very materially different. jbravo2 - 27 Apr 2016 - 18:09:03 - 2315 of 20605 Share price, materially different. 12 months. 3 months left. Tops. jbravo2 - 27 Apr 2016 - 18:35:23 - 2317 of 2060 Good I like it too. I'm very very optimistic, for those that haven't picked it up yet. Yes, I agree it would be cheap at 20p now. It'll soon be cheap at 40p. Not a chance of April I'm afraid, but 3 months, maximum, isn't too long to wait for the game to change. Hey, it might be 1 month. Likely 1-2 but can't see it being beyond 3. jbravo2 - 27 Apr 2016 - 20:25:04 - 2321 of 20605 No, I'm not on the pop. This will be wayyyyy more than 30p in 2 years. The price was still 7p as we closed in on the turning point. Then, in those crucial three months, things really did change. By July the price nearly trebled and we were around 19p. Of course the longer term predictions also came true. 40p seemed cheap and eventually we topped out around 95p recently. Now we "languish" around 70p with a bit of grumbling about this and that. All fairly small fry though and undoubtedly we are through all fear and into "just how much will we make?" land. Well we're going to make a heap more than most think here. Things are going to materially change again in the next 12 months. We might well see a trebling (it will certainly double - trust me) the price again in the next 12 months. No reasoning why will be detailed. Take this post, leave it. It doesn't really matter. We all make our own decisions. Oh... What was interesting to read through recently was just how many "long termers" around in 2015 are, of course, nowhere to be seen having sold out in the foothills of the climb to real value.
wanobi: FWIW my newbie view on AAZ share price,,, it will rise significantly, but, only upon a clear statement from the company that they have significantly more gold in the ground giving the business at least 10+ years of mine life at the current locations... the heli-survey will be the first step towards that (hopefully) and will allow the company to state a drilling program for the rest of this year and then bit by bit as those results prove up the mine life will be extended, the share price will rise,,, hopefully... all provided POG hold up of course :-)… During that process however, I could easily envision the current management selling out to realize their retirement ambitions, hopefully to a major who has serious clout in the city and therefore can easily raise serious cash at the drop of a hat to take AAZ out at 300p around the end of the year :-)…… Please, all, do tell me I'm a complete buffoon if that's what you think of this, I won't mind so long as you tell me why I am wrong :-) as always :-) thanx all, cheers Wan
crazycoops: Not to mention that gold is close to $100/oz higher than when the AAZ share price recently peaked :)
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