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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
  0.00 0.0% 4.55 4.40 4.70 4.55 4.55 4.55 59,028 07:49:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 5.1 0.5 10.1 50

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14/10/2019
12:58
If the Turkish Lira falls, then production costs fall and margins in dollar terms rise. This is Gold, we are talking about. People would do well remember that and with their close relationship with Russia, Turkish gold producers have very limited down side provided their assets & infrastructure remains undisturbed.
5huu
14/10/2019
12:52
You do love your doom mongering don't you?
1candc
14/10/2019
12:30
Talk of sanctions on Turkey from the US, the EU will probably follow. Who would want to risk investing (or having money invested) in Turkey right now? No wonder AAU shares are falling. Revised target price 1.25p - chart looks appalling BTW
the_debt_collector
14/10/2019
10:44
In total agreement Dixi. It is easy for us to moan about our plight as investors, but realistically we know the risks. Hopefully this will prove to be only a blip (and that common sense appears and international arbitration steps in pretty sharpish). I care about the 'staff' - the ordinary folks who work for AAU, so I am pleased they will still get paid. Giving them a decent crack of the whip not only ensures good relations and productivity at the mine(s) but their decent treatment is surely also instrumental in continued good relations with governmental authorities on which AAUs' progress depends.
jaynesdad
14/10/2019
10:33
Thank you C. Good luck to all.
goldenshare888
14/10/2019
10:22
Plentiful gold exists in less than stable regions, just the way it is. AAU, like many businesses in Turkey will continue to function. The staff and board will still get paid. It is investors in the UK that suffer the hardship. I haven't seen anything to suggest AAU actually support this military action. An investors ethical decision can be theirs alone, but an investment in AAU is clearly not a sign of support for this conflict.
dixi
14/10/2019
10:06
Goldeshare, Right on the money, you did the right thing. Investors here seem to think Turkeys problem isn't AAU well am afraid it is and it is like that all over the world. Good government means stability and safety for those company's working there. unstable governments, such as Turkey's scares people off and that is AAU biggest draw back and won't improve with a mad extremist hell bent on ethnic cleansing at any cost in power.
cinoib
14/10/2019
10:05
Turkey may have provided a reason to drop the price here but my 1.8p buy target that I said I felt would come 6 weeks ago is getting ever nearer.The only concern I have (as I believe the company is doing all the right things) is that the 12 month chart has a horrendous gap back to the lows if 1.8p doesn't provide support.The last two times it dipped below 2p it bounced back strongly so today will be interesting.
supercity
14/10/2019
09:49
Despite the panic the fundamentals remain the same. I see this as a heaven sent opportunity to accumulate
charles clore
14/10/2019
09:46
Ok gs thankyou for your input and goodbye
charles clore
14/10/2019
09:36
The situation in Turkey is not the fault of the company, who I believe to be led by decent individuals. Furthermore looking at the company itself it provides employment in areas where there are few well paid jobs, and is not in anyway immoral. They are just a small miner. I don't think anyone knows what is going on in Syria - lots of use of the word 'genocide' by the media but in truth no one seems to know. A lot of politics being pursued by the Turks, the Kurds, the Americans, possibly the Syrians in agreeing to collude with the Kurds on the Northern border. In truth I don't know and the truth will not emerge for some time. So I will neither buy nor sell until the smoke clears.
jaynesdad
14/10/2019
09:26
For clarity and as stated previously: I have sold majority of my AAU holdings (c95% - 2.2p -2.4p range) and only kept a small number of free carry shares. I have no intention or desire to buy back cheaper as I sold out to bank a decent gain, and declining risk reward ratio for AAU. As stated, there are much better and safer opportunities than AAU in my view. Name calling from other large AAU holders only confirms my exit rationale (ie: they are understandably sore due to declining share price performance here). As others are saying, the conflict may not affect AAU operations but it certainly puts investors off! The continual decline since my exit confirms my strategy was right for me. I envisage things getting much worse before they get better. Good luck to all holders present and past.
goldenshare888
14/10/2019
06:55
...should they continue to escalate
crossfirecssf
14/10/2019
06:54
The bottom line is that the gold is in the ground, they’re continuing to successfully extract it, and at steadily increasing prices...a trend which I believe will continue unabated. Keeping my beadies on other, more serious issues....>
crossfirecssf
14/10/2019
06:42
Looked dangerously close to a breakdown to the downside, but that little shift up has kept the trend up and that wedge looking tantalising.
crossfirecssf
13/10/2019
18:54
I find the debt collector's penny summary rather misleading for an industry whose business model thrives on global conflict and uncertainty. The price of gold and silver can surely only increase in such circumstances. I see nothing that the US can do to Turkey that will affect AAU profits.
charles clore
13/10/2019
14:13
Never let the truth get in the way of a good story. Worked for USA plenty of times.
dixi
13/10/2019
14:01
Yes JD you are right it's not the forum for that discussion. Hopefully Erdogan's persecution of the Kurds to provide a 'buffer zone' won't affect the good shareholders of Ariana as they deserve much better.
soulsauce
13/10/2019
13:42
Hi, this isn't a political forum so we probably shouldn't go too far down this road. However if seems that genocide, committed by the Turks, is rather an emotive term being bandied about in the press. The definition I can find is 'the deliberate killing of a large group of people, especially those of a particular nation or ethnic group'. If the Turkish government is to be believed this is a military operation to create a narrow buffer zone on the Syrian border, not a deliberate attempt at targeted mass slaughter. I think Erdogan knows full well the weight of International action that would fall on him like a ton of bricks if a genocidal policy was pursued.
jaynesdad
13/10/2019
13:05
Hi JD yes not just the conference call but the obscured debt amongst other things as stated at the time. Not Arianas fault the situation with the Turks and doubt it will in any way affect production and may even lower costs depending on how the lira is affected. However it may stop potential investors as it stopped me reinvesting with the 2p buy order I lifted, especially if this genocide is portrayed honestly in the news.
soulsauce
13/10/2019
12:42
Hi Soul, good to see you still posting. Can't understand why you would sell as a consequence of what was, admittedly, a poorly run conference call. Other than the admission of the second 'debt', the existence of which is justifiable on normally operating grounds but still feels as if it had been deliberately (shall be say) obscured compared to the capital loan, I cant see anything exposed to frighten investors - AAU can't be blamed for Purple Pullovers incompetence other than their decision to employ them! I agree that, though it may not disrupt operations, the conflict and possible sanctions on Turkey could hang over the share price for week or even months. We must hope for positives on production, POG/POS, Tavsan EIA (and rapid review by the authorities), Cyprus, Kizilcukur inclusion in the JV....and Salinbas/Ardala. Re the latter, I hope the BOD will target, permits permitting, some potentially rich veins rather than only the geological model - the latter is clearly important but I think consideration also needs to be given to impact of RNS'.
jaynesdad
13/10/2019
12:26
That is a good point dixi. Not only is it peoples jobs but well paid jobs in areas of the country that there isn't much else
jaynesdad
13/10/2019
12:09
I guess those that are looking at the political aspect would find reason not to invest in Turkey, whatever the business. But the gold will still get dug up and sold ad far as I can see with AAU. Business as usual - it's people's jobs in Turkey.
dixi
13/10/2019
12:01
Debt collector, you’re so transparent you May as well be a window. ;o)
crossfirecssf
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