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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglo Pacific Group Plc LSE:APF London Ordinary Share GB0006449366 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +6.00p +2.75% 224.00p 221.00p 224.00p 225.00p 220.00p 222.00p 407,310 16:35:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 37.4 11.8 5.9 38.1 406.49

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24/5/2019
23:42
LoL QP - what impact on the world does a million African children "striking" about climate change mean to anything? In fact if you look at the actual facts - in c.1952 there were 2.5 Billion people on the planet - Now over 7 Billion - and the vast majority of that growth in numbers - Africa and Asia. These FACTS might make you uncomfortable, but the ture threat to the environment is not oil or coal but Humans. Too many and it's as simple as that - go watch this video - really do - if you watch it and can understand it - it will change your life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZCm2QQZVYk
sic1969
24/5/2019
21:46
One million school children around the world go on strike today against climate change. Bad bad news for the Fossil fuel sectors. Governments will be taking note and stepping up initiatives to reduce and further regulate carbon emissions. Institutional investors will likewise be stepping up their ethical investing protocols. A very worrying sector on a sure path to eventual implosion as social and media pressure on governments to act fast on climate change grows in strength by the day. All imo. Dyor. Qp
quepassa
24/5/2019
18:19
You see QP I'm not too big to admit I might have got something wrong - or indeed to admit my believing that I might have got something wrong might be wrong. In any case I put my money where my mouth is, and being twitchy about the reported numbers of Severfield sold the lot - more than £18K and less than £20K - better to identify potential mistakes and miss out on a rise if you're wrong, than to hang onto "I am right" and actually lose lots of £notes if you are indeed incorrect. My reasoning is on the Severfield board - you see I am permanently and continuously re-evaluating my investments - and if they aren't up to scratch - I ditch them. Which is why I'm balls deep in APF.
sic1969
24/5/2019
15:41
QP (gilipollas to his Spanish friends) is a nutter to be sure Everyone needs to put him on filter and not engage Probably in his early 20s with a mental of about 9
phillis
24/5/2019
12:55
Hi QP. May I just say... ...I Love You XXX Sickbag
sic1969
22/5/2019
16:31
KAV Some nice words in the morning note from the highly respected mining analyst John Meyer at share price Angel ref: LSE:KAV / www.kavangoresources.com /Tw*tt*r = #KAV Kavango Resources (KAV LN) 3.6p, Mkt Cap £5.7m – Laws of probability to be rewritten after Kavango strikes mineralisation in first and second drill holes under Karoo sand in Botswana Kavango, which is exploring for a large-scale bushveld igneous-type mineralisation reports results from a second drill hole in Botswana. The team which are highly experienced in the geology of the region have used geophysical data and remote sensing to establish drilling locations. Remarkably, the first drill hole hit mineralisation under the sandy Karoo sediments Even more remarkably the second drill hole is reported to have also hit mineralisation including copper in chalcopyrite with a 1.5% XRF gun reading. X-Ray Frequency gun readings are not considered to be reliable due to their potential for miss-reporting but we do place some value on the readings when in the honorable hands of Messrs. Foster and Moles. The first drill hole hit a 200m zone of intensely altered rock with indicative cobalt values of up to 0.9%, averaging 0.2% cobalt and >70m of elevated copper, zinc, lead and nickel values. Conclusion: Kavango is worth watching and we await results from drill core assays. While we never doubted the skill of the geological team we are surprised and impressed to see two sets of mineralised results in so short a time frame. Well done team!
cpap man
22/5/2019
16:01
oddly QP was at one time a decent poster who actually talked a lot of sense over time he seems to have literally gone mad
rcturner2
22/5/2019
13:52
I do wonder why QP is here - QP are you actually an investor? Are you trying to make money through investing? Or are you trying to impress people with your - well whatever you call it? I'd rather listen to the opinions of people who have actually put their money where their mouth is, rather than the mouth of someone with no money. So, if you are an investor - what are you investing in? What should we put our money into instead of APF? Please enlighten us - serious question.
sic1969
22/5/2019
12:12
Although I have chosen to filter the drivel emitting from QP, he could be, however an investor of some brilliance, as, provided you do precisely the opposite from what he advocates, you should end up wealthier. I have made plenty of mistakes in my choice of investment over the past 40 years and I will probably make mistakes in the future. The simple target I have is to beat the market each year to double my capital at risk every 12 years (8% return). I have done slightly better than that in that my capital has doubled every 8 years (12% return). My worst investment this calendar year Vodafone, off 17% and my best, funnily enough APF up 50.34%. I have held shares in VOD since Racal days, I continue to run profits in both companies
erogenous jones
22/5/2019
11:37
QP hasn't got any cognitives to bias. I have to also point out that like Sam I bought in at 110 and am now sat on a load of shares at 225, AND have had loads of lovely delicious divis on top. I bet QP has a large holding in Purple Bricks or some other cobblers. If he's shorting here he'll definitely be bricking it - big brown ones.
sic1969
22/5/2019
08:19
A very good book to read is Mistake Were Made (but not by me). hxxps://www.amazon.co.uk/Mistakes-Were-Made-But-Not/dp/0544574788 For stock market investors it an essential read in my opinion as it explains many of the cognitive biases that get in the way of investor success.
rcturner2
19/5/2019
14:36
yawn yawn yawn sammie'n'sickbag the bum-chum singing duo. sing us another song.
quepassa
19/5/2019
14:09
eh ? 108 to 224 for me actually young man , with good profit taken at 200. Inaccurate again my pygmy eco dwarf.
sam 4224
19/5/2019
11:05
What do SicBag and Sammie have in common? Not only are they COMPULSIVE GAMBLERS, they are COMPULSIVE LOSERS 375p to 220p OVER TEN YEARS and they think this is great performance... hint...it's not.... all imo. dyor. qp
quepassa
18/5/2019
18:52
Well said sic1969 !!! very well put
sam 4224
18/5/2019
11:11
Wow, qp is reaLly quite a nasty individual. How to win friends and influence people - NOT
sam 4224
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