Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ariana Resources Plc 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
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.875p 1.80p 1.95p 1.875p 1.775p 1.875p 1,990,283 12:50:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 2.2 0.2 8.9 20

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15/10/2019
22:15
Sentiment for things like oil and gold is like a super tanker. Changing direction can take a long time but news items, either directly or indirectly, will gradually affect it. For small companies the process can be a great deal quicker and more dramatic.
jc2706
15/10/2019
21:49
Stock prices may 'react' to various factors...but there is only one driving force. Much like the crude oil price recently reacting upwards during the Saudi explosions. This was never going to alter the driving force which is taking the crude oil price lower and lower. You might call the outside factors 'noise'. Same with gold. It may 'react' to all sorts of factors, interest rate expectations, political events etc. But it's being driven in a certain direction. Outside events won't change that. That will change when the price hits the bottom.
2tyke
15/10/2019
21:06
a share price can be driven by any number of factors, your choice if you chose to be a contrarian. gold goes up gold goes down. As far as AAU is concerned it is a minor factor compared to miners on tight profit margins. The question is why are you in AAU forum when the gold forum would be a far better place for you ?
swallowsflysouth
15/10/2019
20:40
It's not easy to be a contrarian if one assumes that a share price is actually driven by external factors. If one thinks that....one will fail to spot or understand the stock cycles time and time again. Just like many did when gold was $1560.....and bullish sentiment was over 90%. That's the area it almost always reverses.
2tyke
15/10/2019
20:20
Its easy to be a contrarian, its hard to be right.
swallowsflysouth
15/10/2019
19:44
Linz Contrarian means disagreeing with the vast majority when they form a unanimous group with their expectations. It has to work. When everyone who wants to has bought...who's left to buy ? There is no evidence to digest. It's the way 'the market works'. It works both ways. Once the vast majority become bearish on AAU, or leave altogether...i'd be a buyer. When everyone who wants to has sold.....who's left to sell ? Best one only follows the herd so far.....then makes ones apologies, and leaves the party.
2tyke
15/10/2019
19:14
Contrarian? What, disagreeing with the evidence, and everyone else, just for the sake of it? None of what you've said, however, explains why you've concentrated such effort on crtical negativity toward this particular stock on this bill board. Are you a disgruntled ex-AAU employee, or just seeking attention? Otherwise, you come across as some sort of crazed chartist, or something, where you're right all the time and everyone else is deluded.. Whatever, it's clear I made the crucial error of humouring your irrational proclamation (of gold currently being in a bear market!)with a response, and now I've spent half the day adding to the clutter of garbage on this thread. I always recommend that genuine posters just filter the time wasters, and swamps, so I must heed my own advice. Edit: And would suggest you also follow your own advice: 'If you have nothing useful to contribute, then don't post..'. Linz out.
linz22
15/10/2019
18:01
Jc....A contrarian contrarian contrarian would make you kinda 'mixed up' Any change there ?
2tyke
15/10/2019
17:58
Suggest if you've nothing useful to contribute gaddy....you don't post.
2tyke
15/10/2019
17:54
This board is getting tedious.
gaddy88
15/10/2019
17:48
Like I also said on here at the time dixi, a gold 'bear' market doesn't mean 'all' gold stocks will fare badly over all timeframes. Each stock has it's own 'sentiment' pattern. We have witnessed a perfectly predictable gold bounce from $1050 to $1560. Even AAU has done well during that period. My call on AAZ at 160p was correct. Those that didn't heed it have either lost money or have since profitted to a lesser degree.
2tyke
15/10/2019
17:46
Perfectly said dixi.
soulsauce
15/10/2019
17:38
Well, personally I am a contrarian, contrarian, contrarian which makes me always right even when I am wrong. Or is that right?
jc2706
15/10/2019
16:55
If you'd invested in AAZ during 'your' ongoing gold bear market you'd have made a very good return indeed - it is possible to make money in a bear market too by taking a contrarian, contrarian view. The only people who are right are those that are making money.
dixi
15/10/2019
16:50
Swallows, it's not aood thing. I just see things in a contrarian way, and that tends to be the correct way. Like I said on here about the AAZ stock at 160p.....very negative outlook. Completely the opposite to how others were seeing it !
2tyke
15/10/2019
16:34
Charles and Soul, i think 2tyke's employers must want him here, you would think he would come back from his 2 week vacation in a happier mood would'nt you.
swallowsflysouth
15/10/2019
16:17
You see soul - that's why we need you here!
charles clore
15/10/2019
16:12
Linz, I'm the same as you and don't get involved with slanging matches. The only reason Charles et al think i'm a trouble maker is that i've the opposite view to them on gold and gold stocks. A view that had so far proved to be very accurate. If you dig out my earlier posts on this bb, it outlines exactly why gold IS currently in a huge bear market. Could that change over the next few years ? It's possible...but very very unlikely. My earlier posts would 'explain' why....and the technical charts support the view. Furthermore, I'm not an an 'everlasting' bear. Everything cycles. Unfortunately this is the gold 'bear' cycle. There will likely be much worse to come over coming years.....whatever you think about world debt. Gold does well when all assets rise and people have money to spend. Gold tends to suffer in the bad times. Folks can't spend shiny metal....it gets sold off ....for cash. Yes, I know gold bulls will tell you differently. But, they would, wouldn't they ?
2tyke
15/10/2019
15:40
Linz - I honestly don't think (it) is an AAU shareholder but it sure likes to make mischief on the AAU thread!
charles clore
15/10/2019
14:30
Tyke: I don't engage in personal slanging, nor gossip on these boards as I consider it a forum for sharing relevant knowledge, or pertinent views, on the company in question for the benefit and solidarity of all PIs. Niether do I 'run with the herd' and the only reason I've responded to your posting is that in a world on the precipice of fiat currency collapse, with potentially apoplectic consequences to the whole central banking western economy, gold is only going in one direction from hereonin and you've opined diametrically to the contrary; that gold is in an everlasting bear market. Rather than openly justifying how and why I am able to observe that all is not well with an inherently debt based economy and to infer that particularly gold, but the value of any tangible asset, can only possibly benefit once interest rates cannot be cut any further in the futile attempt to maintain the status quo, I feel it more incumbent on yourself to respond to exactly why you are invested in a goldmining stock such as AAU when you believe it's an endless bear market. Or, moreover, why you are constantly deramping this particular share contrary to the abundant evidence to the contrary, which is visible to anybody with a pair of eyes in their head? So, my apologies if you found my initial comments rude. But, if you're not otherwise impaired, what is the reason for your universal pessimism towards gold, gold mining stocks and particularly AAU? Are you an intern scribe for Motley Fool, perhaps..?
linz22
15/10/2019
14:22
George Whenever armstrong is wrong it's usually because he is considering the likely effects of fundamental factors. Ask yourself, 'why can't you see gold falling into the new year ? Maybe you think macro economic or political uncertainty factors will drive gold higher ? Are these factors pertinent ? What struck me today was the comment that many investors think stock markets will fall next year because of trumps possible impeachment. But consider the facts below. Many investors thought that trumps election would crash markets.....they actually soared after his election. Also many investors feared a market crash during the bill clinton impeachment debacle. Markets actually rallied 10%. Maybe you think central bank easing and money printing might drive gold ? Well....gold actually dropped all the way through FED QE to infinity ! The market is a place of irony....and contradiction.
2tyke
15/10/2019
13:38
Well it looks like the sub-2p buyer/s has stepped in again. No brainer imho.
charles clore
15/10/2019
13:36
2tyke - am I right in thinking your bearish stance of ariana is a result of you being a bear on gold rather than the stock itself? I can see gold/silver being weak until the new year but can't see it going on too long. Martin Armstrong sees the metals taking off in January and he's not wrong often
georgethefourth
15/10/2019
13:20
catsick The share price will do what it's going to do whatever happens in turkey. Fundamental stories won't make any sense to stock movement, unless it's a 'hindsight interpretation'. And they are no use whatsoever.
2tyke
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