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AAU Ariana Resources Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Ariana Resources Plc AAU London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 2.20 00:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
2.20 2.20 2.20 2.20
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Posted at 02/12/2023 17:22 by bigglesbingham
Ozaltin have set up a mining division after they got into bed with AAU , they are looking at various projects but they respect AAU and unlike previous JV partner Elderado they alway take AAUs advice. Eldarado didn't and they sold their 3% around 2020 after they left salinbas project.
Posted at 27/11/2023 07:38 by jaf1948

AAU Share price November 2020 5.1p

AAU Share price November 2021 4.1p

AAU Share price November 2022 3.1p

AAU Share price November 2023 2.1p

I didn't buy shares in Ariana to sit around a camp fire, have a love-in and sing 'Kumbaya'. I bought them to make money.
Posted at 26/11/2023 23:08 by jaynesdad
Totally right dixi. Overall control of all Turkish assets were ceded to Ozaltin so AAU and Proccea are impotent at making any decisions there whatsoever. Not only have AAU management given away more than 50% of their productive and near productive assets at Kiziltepe and Tavsan (the former just as the loan for the Kiziltepe plant was repaid so debt free) but also lost 76.5% of their previous 100% interest at Salinbas, surrendered for a total pittance. Fantastic managemnent. Not.
At Tavsan alone AAU have lost at least 26.5% of 8 years x 30000 oz (source the latest presentation) - so profit on at least 63600 ounces of gold lost at Tavsan alone. Well what's that 63,600 oz profit worth compared to the $20m received for everything given up to Ozaltin in Western Turkey? Its no wonder the share price is 2p with a management record like that and its not why I bought in here. £500m company? You are having a laugh.
Posted at 26/11/2023 15:39 by jaynesdad
Confused. How many times has AAU made an x fold gain? Adding value and capitalising is part of the supposed business model but in my 6+ years here I can only remember the 2019 Black Friday bumper asset give away to Ozaltin, sorry the new JV structure, and I understand that a Lithium asset was traded very successfully - I don't remember that one, may have been when I owned few shares and wasn't as interested, just heard it happened. Like everything else with AAU this part of the model appears to proceed at the pace of an arthritic sloth. If I sound disillusioned with AAU now then you are correct. If I can think of a half reasonable exit strategy when Tavsan reaches production I will probably take it if I'm honest. Doubt I'm the only LTH thinking like that now. AAU was an exciting opportunity once, the sort of company I searched for. I don't see that excitement now.
Posted at 22/11/2023 11:40 by konil
in sept 2022 gold was at $1650. today $2000.

aau is within 8 months of second gold mine and bigger than the first (which is still producing). yet no milestones or timelines even so close to production.

aau share price sept 2022 3p (down from c.6p). today 2p.

the market has no interest in aau.

the high level strategy seems good to me, but the comms is hopeless.

improved comms including milestones and timelines on the major projects at least and leopard too as that is 100% aau could bring back some market interest. mines and money would have been the ideal opportunity, not some obscure side room hoping the word somehow gets 'out there'.

kerim take heed, as the share price keeps dropping (despite value add in the background) your company may end up in someone else's hands and then it will be too late to realise that as the manager of a small listed entity it is dangerous and just not good enough to ignore the market.
Posted at 17/11/2023 15:35 by konil
soul, if aau employees are spread too thin then they need to hire more...of the correct calibre of course...not always easy to find.

but taking interests in a number of early stage companies is a good use of funds directed at aau's strengths. i wouldn't be surprised to see aau exit some of these with a profit well before any production. providing consultancy input gives aau a very close look at what the investee company has, which can inform on best course of future action.

my preference is not for very early stage, most of those go bust, i guess ks is selecting with some regard to likelihood of investee company survival and management credibility / track record.

its a pity aau has gone from 6p to 2p, its been a very hard hit but patience could pay off in a big way.
Posted at 28/10/2023 20:40 by bigglesbingham
Because if many investors have gone into SEV for access to Greatland they may not want AAU so you get sells by individuals who have no concern for the subsequent share price of AAU. That's why AAU have to go on the marketing offensive so shareholder see benefit of keeping the shares.
Posted at 27/10/2023 07:50 by bigglesbingham
I would say SVE have been a seller. There may be some sold for prof fees but many investors in SVE would be quite savvy and potential understand the potential in both stocks AAU and Gretland gold. Some may have been in for Gretland rather than AAU but sure research will be done. It's up to AAU to go in the offensive regarding marketing to make sure the holders within SVE understand the potential of AAU so they don't decide to sell and indeed actually add.
Posted at 26/10/2023 10:51 by kaos3
i pray aau share price and pog will be correlated one day. i do not do it my self. i pay for it as all gentlemen /to be/ do it

if aau rocks to 500 mill i will take effort to turn from stupid to a gentleman

being a poor aau shareholder is liberating. money brings responsibility. so i invested my carrots sold revenue into aau not into something performing
Posted at 30/9/2023 07:26 by chinese investor
Professor Pettigrew (AAU) 29 Sep 2023 - 11:33:38
Shocking results.
That's me getting out - 2m plus to get rid of, halfway through now.
Can see these going sub 2p.
Kerim - you are a big disappointment.

Professor Pettigrew (AAU) 25 Jul 2023 - 15:34:20
Order in for a further 450,000.
Broker currently looking for the best price.

Professor Pettigrew (AAU) 11 Jul 2023 - 11:02:19
Just added a further 681,365 shares at 2.2p.
Should show around 11.56am.

Professor Pettigrew (AAU) 09 Jun 2023
I don't have the firepower of Biggles, owning a mere one million.

Professor Pettigrew (AAU) 11 May 2023 - 16:21:00
Already in excess of 2m here - and still adding.

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