Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ariana Resources LSE:AAU London Ordinary Share GB00B085SD50 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05p -3.64% 1.325p 1.30p 1.35p 1.375p 1.325p 1.375p 2,933,737 14:02:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 14.2 1.7 0.8 14.04

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26/5/2018
10:12
Come on Madrid ?
bigglesbingham
25/5/2018
23:59
Sleveen, I could do that, but if the dilution ceases or slows due to self funding, I’m looking to sell these somewhere north of 20p. Salinbas, from a company perspective will reposition and rerate Ariana, but sentiment in the gold market once we’re through $2,000 will be the real game changer and the potential then is anybody’s guess. I’m here to collect.
crossfirecssf
25/5/2018
17:31
Gold Mining shares are high risk, high reward. Look at the bigger picture & DYOR.The questions you ask suggest your more comfortable with FTSE stock investments not AIMNB. 2ND Quarter Preliminary Production Results Mid JulyMy Attention switches to Liverpool Game & a Wedding. Have a good weekend.
gold map
25/5/2018
17:02
It helps if we define what profit is being talked about. Certainly the JV makes a GROSS profit operationally. But I'm invested in AAU PLC, deduct ITDA and royalty payments G&A costs, does that leave enough for a net profit @ PLC level? Prelims in circa 2 weeks.
sleveen
25/5/2018
15:54
See my early morning post..... Ariana Market Cap 14m. The JV is self Funding. Profit 40%-80% Gross PA from 2020. Plus Salinbas $20m sale Value. Red rabbit second mine (30,000 oz) via Bank Loan - yes it's Profitable now and Extremely Profitable 2020 onwards
gold map
25/5/2018
15:47
Is you mental?
shortarm
25/5/2018
15:33
CC Low cost and quite promising producer, most certainly. Profitable, are you sure?
sleveen
25/5/2018
15:25
Some buys are not showing from this morning. Quarterly Prelims due in about 7 weeks time (first quarter was April 16th 4,866oz). Anything over 5,000oz will accelerate the loan repayments to Ariana. RNS "During the current quarter, we are expecting output to increase further based on our 2018 mining schedule and particularly as we start to access higher grade areas", mining in the spring with no snow must be a bonus (DYOR, Stop moaning, buy the dips ;)
gold map
25/5/2018
15:15
angely enough I've been buying on the dips and I am very pleased to be invested in a low-cost, profitable and quite promising producer. Leaving the past aside for a moment, I know it's difficult, but the shares really are cheap as chips imho.
charles clore
25/5/2018
14:49
I hope you sold some around 2p.
sleveen
25/5/2018
14:39
sleveen ~ I have done just that: sold a third of my holding leaving the remaining million in @ 0.48 pence cost. This should be a proper well-found growth stock but I am henceforth treating it as a speculation, yet if the next fund raise is at 1.15p (for a really good reason) I might just conceivably plus-up again.
rhuvaal2
25/5/2018
13:25
CCSSF Why not sell @ 1.3p and make a cool 50% on your buy in price.
sleveen
25/5/2018
13:20
Don't get me wrong. I'm a holder and think the company have done fantastically well. There's just one pretty major hole in the dam that needs plugged.
crossfirecssf
25/5/2018
13:19
If I had inferred that Bigglesbingham, it would have indeed been wrong, which is why I was careful to make no such inference. "...I'm well aware that they needed the cash and obviously had little option but to raise it,..." No doubt the money was needed, but there are obviously two sides to every deal, and it's easy to see why potential investors would take to the hills following a deal that almost halved the shareprice in raising a mere 12% of market cap. Not exactly the best advert to make the case that this is the place to park your hard earned funds.
crossfirecssf
25/5/2018
12:14
soulsauce - 14 Mar 2018 - 22:37:48 - 9008 of 9710 You are a man of your word. This was the day you said you would not post on this board again
42col
25/5/2018
12:02
The money was raised to fund their share of debt repayments and had to be raised. The reason for drop in price was Beaufort letting cat out of bag and shorting. This is my opinion only but think you'll find it's accurate although hard to prove. The inference that the money was raise when they didn't require it is wrong .
bigglesbingham
25/5/2018
11:41
Nice one.Articulated my feelings extremely well, as i've said many times its the only thing stopping me getting back on board. Due to the attitude of some on here though ive been searching to no avail for a company that manufactures elephant sized carpets, any help greatly appreciated.
kirbs4
25/5/2018
11:28
It requires another 'Turkish-Brit' to orchestrate a take over of AAU @ 2p plus plus.
rhuvaal2
25/5/2018
11:08
Excellent post CSSF. The final nail in the coffin was then to help themselves to that ridiculously raised money. The performance of the share price recently following on from the great Kerim roadshow gives even less confidence for the potential investor.
soulsauce
25/5/2018
11:00
At the risk of repeating myself, the last raising essentially killed this as an investment for the medium term. It's taking a long time for investors to forget about that 'head-shot' of a raising. The share price was sitting at 2.2p when rumours about the raising appeared to begin circulating, which caused the price to drop to around 1.65p, which was approximately the price of the previous raising. Management then raised the cash at the ridiculous price of 1.35p,... so with no specific need other than 'ongoing admin costs' investors had seen their holdings drop from 2.2p to 1.35p, a devastating loss of almost 40%, for the sake of a couple of million for admin. Now yes, I'm well aware that they needed the cash and obviously had little option but to raise it, but to cost investors almost half of their investment without any apparent effort to secure better terms, or any apparent effort to allow unwitting investors to take part in order to at least mitigate some of the losses, in my opinion effectively killed AAU as an investment for at least a year. Eventually time heals the wounds, but this is entirely self inflicted, and for Kerim to claim that he's mystified by the shareprice, whilst having personally presided over the multiplication of the shares in issue by a factor of x20 (2000%) over the past ten years, is not only disingenuous, but a bold faced lie. It's reminiscent of Ben Bernanke claiming that he was mystified by the rise in the price of gold despite his unprecedented money printing bonanza. I continue to wait patiently, and I hope that the rewards are finally due, but the fact that they've tapped the market pretty much every year doesn't fill me with confidence. This leopard needs desperately to change its spots in terms of its relationship with its owners. Thus far it's been chewing on the hand that feeds, and that can only last for so long before the hand is withdrawn for good.
crossfirecssf
25/5/2018
07:41
$1300oz - Mr Trump helping the price of Gold. With a cash cost of $600oz anything over $1250oz/5000oz Per Qtr works for Ariana. Potential $13m PA Gross ($22m @$1700oz Gold) 51/49 JV Split after loan is paid off 2020Today.....JP Morgan's Head of currencies, commodities, and EM research, Luis Oganes, expressed his take on gold prices in the coming years.Key Quotes:"Not surprised if gold surpasses the $1,700/oz target set for next year" DYOR
gold map
24/5/2018
19:20
From the Quarterly Operational Update: Gold produced/sold was 4866 Troy Ounces Silver produced/sold was 30863 Troy Ounces Average realised Gold price was $1328.79 Average realised Effective Gold Price was $1433.94 So roughly 8% added benefit as you said.
zedder
24/5/2018
15:52
We had a very constructive exchange of views yesterday and I just want to thank everyone who contributed. My question today should be fairly easy for those who 'keep up' with what's going on in AAU. In the Kiziltepe quarterly update it states that Gross income for the quarter is US$6.98 million and average effective gold price (see Table 1, note 2) is US$1,434 per ounce. In note 2 it states Effective gold price accounts for both the gold and silver sold during the period and is calculated by dividing the gross income by only the gold ounces sold in the period. Okay, so does anyone know how many ounces of silver was produced? I'm asking because I have a feeling that silver will become increasingly more valuable over the next few years. My guess is about 8% silver equivalent.
charles clore
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