Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglo Pacific Group 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
  -2.00p -1.43% 138.00p 138.00p 139.50p 140.00p 138.00p 138.00p 386,939 16:16:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 37.4 11.8 5.9 23.5 249.70

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28/8/2017
15:02
christh, there is no point in arguing with an idiot. Since he (QP) has had nothing original to say on APF except "sell" or "yawn", it did not stop the share price from doubling between Feb 2016 and Feb 2017. Still, you have got to admit that he was absolutely correct from February through to July this year. I doubt that he has much in the way of remaining financial resource to back his judgement. The market will relive him of the principal burden associated with investment, but he will winge and whine blaming everything possible except the inadequacy of his reasoning. The rising trend ended in February, correction was made and the share price has in a few days returned to test recent highs. Quite possible that the share price will fall back again. Whether the share price return to levels last seen in 2013 is speculative.
erogenous jones
28/8/2017
12:31
motorway service station imvhpo, choose the best equi-distant and then sort differences gypsy style
neilyb675
28/8/2017
11:53
QuePassa, whats wrong with your backside? Needs a thrashing. If at any time you want to meet, if you have the guts, I will like to show you what I think of you.
christh
28/8/2017
11:26
BAM BAM BAM
quepassa
28/8/2017
09:43
Kestrel top notch gold mine for APF not just a coal mine. Although its time limited, APF has so been diversified into other commodities that will make up for it in years to come. Coal will never end, coal will be, as it is now the cheapest fuel and it will remain so as new technology cleans up the emissions. DO NOT LISTEN TO PARASITES Another Dividend payment in November.Very good yield. Expect another deal from APF soon and another top royalty. APF is a top investment, high yield, good growth, and perhaps a 10 bagger of the future.
christh
28/8/2017
08:58
QP, thanks for that link. Extract: "Total world coal production: World coal production declined in 2014 for the first time this century as production fell by 0.6% or 45 Mt after 14 straight years of growth. This decrease accelerated in 2015 to 221 Mt, or 2.8% lower, as combined production of all coal types fell to its lowest level since 2010. This reduced level, however, was still 3.07 Gt (66.2%) higher than production in 2000."
rcturner2
28/8/2017
08:18
if you want to see the absolute dross which ruethewhirl writes, just head over to the Adderall XR bulletin board. he just picks all the wrong investments EZJ 1950p to 1200 APF 400 to 130p. Adderall ?????? to ? you see he can't look reality in the face. he can't stomach the truth. he's such a loser. QP
quepassa
27/8/2017
23:03
Please stop feeding the trolls people, please I beg you. If you want more QP, head on over to the the Easyjet thread. If you think he's bad here...
ruethewhirl
27/8/2017
21:03
rct. we have been over this a million times before. no. demand peaked around 2015 and is now going downhill.fast......exacerbated by a global coordinated effort to curb greenhouse gases and embrace renewable/cleaner energy sources. there is clear overproduction (eg new cheap mines in Kazakh indonesia russia )and that is why prices have been so low. read this from the Intl Energy Agency and it may help you understand better - or just look at the graphs: hXXps://www.iea.org/publications/freepublications/publication/KeyCoalTrends.pdf ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
27/8/2017
20:18
so we are in agreement then that coal production is increasing in absolute terms and has been for at least 20 years?
rcturner2
27/8/2017
18:33
munin - always moanin' - never any meanin' 8380 refers QP
quepassa
27/8/2017
17:08
Hey QP, As a Yestrday Man, posting Yesterday's Stories, (over and over again)......why are you still on Yesterday's Board........we'd like to follow you into the Future.....just leave this board and show us the way, we'll be right behind you.....
munin
27/8/2017
13:32
QP, when you state that coal is in decline, are you talking about the absolute amount or do you mean the %? Because as far as I can see more coal is being produced than ever before.
rcturner2
27/8/2017
13:00
...and their last big acquisition was...... YES...... MORE COAL. THERMAL COAL - not even metal-making coal aka Narrabri. 2015. Thing about SpectoAcc is that he just sickeningly regurgitates whatever he sees or hears as he doesn't have the nous to think about it beforehand. QP
quepassa
27/8/2017
12:32
Lovely write-up in the IC on Friday, will type some when I've got time - suspect responsible for Friday's move. An interesting comment about them looking for royalties that will benefit from the electric car revolution.
spectoacc
27/8/2017
10:54
no . already into decline. and pace of decline quickening as renewables are more and more embraced - and cheaper and cheaper to produce. the cost of solar energy/photo-voltaic panels are for example a fraction of what they were a decade ago. qp
quepassa
27/8/2017
10:06
So you agree that world consumption of coal is currently increasing?
rcturner2
27/8/2017
09:57
...only because of..... telling words. Demand for electricity UP UP UP. But the fuel used to make has already reduced to 40% from a near 100% at outset. roll that forward 10/20/30/40 years ... and your " only because of" will translate to hydropower, renewables, nuclear, wind-power wave-power. sure. whilst the demand for electricity has been off the graph for the last 100 years, the stuff used to make electricity is rapidly evolving away from coal. coal is yesterday's fuel. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
27/8/2017
09:46
i don't think that anyone is writing history off the map. i think that society increasingly values the importance of history. but i do understand why certain parts of society do not think it is right to celebrate or commemorate with statues the appalling atrocities of the African slave-trade which was a truly evil episode in recent European/American colonial history. Perhaps you think otherwise? qp
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