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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
  -0.20 -4.65% 4.10 4.00 4.20 4.30 4.10 4.30 1,442,688 14:23:38
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 2.2 0.2 19.5 43

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02/10/2019
18:40
Probably was then I started dipping toes in then I went from a swim having done research. The mine itself more than lived up to expectations a year ago as did the board and employees ie Zack and the Turkish geologists one of which drove me three hours over the mountains during night to get to mine. Can't believe a year ago !!!!
bigglesbingham
02/10/2019
18:35
Excellent interview now google IGTV Chesterfield Resources interview very similar language, message. More I look at this company more I see them as the potential partner. Any views? This was spotted by catstick yesterday and hat off to your research.
bigglesbingham
02/10/2019
18:25
leaving off the www.:- proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/904024/ariana-resources-hoping-to-beat-full-year-production-targets-as-it-looks-to-cyprus-for-next-project-904024.html
coachsailor
02/10/2019
18:20
So go to the proactive investor website and the interview with Kerim is currently on the top right hand side.
coachsailor
02/10/2019
18:18
I do not know why this did not print on my last post so will try again:- [...] and hand typed the initial link [...]
coachsailor
02/10/2019
18:17
AAZ is down over 12% since mid sept even with today's bounce. Everything has ups and downs
bigglesbingham
02/10/2019
18:15
Kerim seems today to be making up for yesterdays hash up. Yesterday afternoon there was his IG interview with Jeremy Naylor (link on 17241), but just on line is his excellent interview this afternoon with Andrew Scott on Proactive Investor. Andrew asks many of the questions that on Monday m20ash had suggested. They are very well asked and responded to clearly by Kerim. If not already seen, well worth the watch. [...] I first met Kerim at an Investment show back in 2009, and that convinced me then to invest - my first investment being in June 2009. The stand was very "gold" and the knowledgeable female geoligist he had with him was also in a gold dress. I have a feeling that biggles came on board around the same time. In 2009 it was 3.25p and a larger purchase in 2012 was at the identical price it stands at today. This evenings interview does post a more positive future - hopefully with some help from the gold price.
coachsailor
02/10/2019
18:13
Wow what a great interview https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/904024/ariana-resources-hoping-to-beat-full-year-production-targets-as-it-looks-to-cyprus-for-next-project-904024.html
plasybryn
02/10/2019
17:50
Yes I understood the concept, my point was simply that you won't be able to simply look at the share price to ascertain which has given the better return.You will also need to figure in the dividend that AAZ shares would have paid over those 5 years.Perhaps AAU may get to divi paying by the end of that period but that is unclear at the moment.I do hold here but the number of shares I have here is smaller than my AAZ holding making it over 70x smaller value holding.It's an "almost" story here for me. The trust lost over "that placing" has yet to be re-established for me and finding out the company engages in "cute talk" re debts hardly fills one with confidence either.Economics of the mine however mean profits should eventually reach shareholders
jbravo2
02/10/2019
17:11
Cinoib - You picked the right day for a downer post on AAU, well done. What is AAZ's percentage yield?
charles clore
02/10/2019
16:33
AAZ was a great buy. Some time ago!
shortarm
02/10/2019
16:14
Charles, you want to take today, ok AAU down 6.7% AAZ up 5.6% and as Jbravo pointed out paying a very hansom divi on top and only on a p.e. of 12, what more do you want.
cinoib
02/10/2019
15:46
jbravo - I think I stand more than a small chance of being right but I am talking about taking both stocks and comparing them from a starting point of today. My point was, if I for example invested £20k into both stocks TODAY which one would grow more over a 5-year period. The explosive growth phase has largely already happened in AAZ but as you say the yield is compelling whereas AAU has yet to experience the growth and that is why I am invested here. Salinbas should provide that growth plus dividends but a couple more years before we see significant share price expansion imho.
charles clore
02/10/2019
15:39
hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWVk6dTQjgI
pedr01
02/10/2019
15:20
I'm in both AAZ and AAU, however in AAZ case it may not stay in private hands. We cannot be certain that the 'government' will not buy it out at a 'reasonable' price. On the side of the investors the government need to be seen to be fair, but that may not stop them taking it over.
swallowsflysouth
02/10/2019
15:09
You stand a small chance of being right on share price alone but when you take into account the divi AAZ will pay over those 5 years it'll be AAZ all the way in my opinion.
jbravo2
02/10/2019
14:37
for an example of a good conf call go to the JMS site and look for the CEO Q2 conf call under Announcements hxxps://www.jupitermines.com/investor-relations/announcements
backmarker
02/10/2019
14:26
CC I own both - AAU is my highest value investment (by some way), AAZ is my lost profitable in absolute and % terms due to purchase price. They are very complementary and run up at different times. They are similar in some ways and I would say AAZ is 1-2 years ahead though still cheap and throwing off cash. I am quietly confident that these two will race higher against each other over the next 3-5 years - into my hopefully early retirement. I am backing both evenly to keep doing what they are doing operationally. And hopefully the price will follow. Soul do come back - the story is great - just not well told - as it has been forever in aau.
ironstorm
02/10/2019
14:14
I know some people say AAZ is a better company than AAU. I have looked at it and agree it has performed very well in the past but one has to remember it has already multibagged and one has to ask how many more bags can it give? AAU is is also a well run and successful company that has only just started out on a journey that could lead to greater success in a couple of years. Personally I believe that with a starting point of today AAU will deliver a higher percentage gain than AAZ over a 5 year timescale as they discover and develop Salinas and other assets. edit - sorry I meant to say AAU will deliver a higher percentage gain than AAZ over a 5 year timescale
charles clore
02/10/2019
13:08
Soul, i think you will have to tick me up to, looks like i might be taking over from you with thumbs down - ohhhhhhhh dear.
swallowsflysouth
02/10/2019
12:32
Cinoib, We all have our preferred investments. Those are not mine.
jc2706
02/10/2019
12:03
Soulsauce, well done, there is always better investments if you look hard enough. Jc2706, you'd be wise to follow Soul AAZ and SRB are far better bets and with the movement you get you can even trade a few as well as holding. I have no complaints if iether as have made a fair wack in the past 9 months on both.
cinoib
02/10/2019
11:43
Quite sensible selling out if you feel that the company is not delivering to your expectations and other factors do not compensate. I am coming across more and more disgruntled holders on these boards, some with very large holdings, when they would probably be better off moving on.
jc2706
02/10/2019
11:03
Thanks soulsauce. Kind of you.
plasybryn
02/10/2019
11:01
Plasybryn I will keep popping in each day and ticking you up, there is one for good measure ;-) 8rad lol, like it.
soulsauce
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