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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
  0.05 1.05% 4.80 4.70 4.90 4.80 4.75 4.75 196,782 10:16:32
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 5.1 0.5 10.7 52

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31/10/2019
14:04
I'm sure we have.
plasybryn
31/10/2019
14:02
Desertjoe, instinct is a strange thing, i had completely forgotten about how i felt when I was at the AGQ meeting. Looking at about 12 heavily built men in their dark suits who were all directors/management, i found it quite intimadating, think there was more of them then investors !I have no idea what they did other than take investors money. Not a bit like AAU with minimum management.
swallowsflysouth
31/10/2019
12:48
Desertjoe, i've not seen any dicfromrugby or 'richard' posts for a good while. He did seem to like travelling to thailand and was always mentioning 'ladyboys' for some reason. Maybe he moved over there to further his spiritualism. No surprises in the market today. Gold up...AAU down. Perfectly normal.
2tyke
31/10/2019
11:17
I have a feeling we may have met Plas at the same agm/presentation or possibly a AGQ or MML one. Desertjoe i sat at AGQ meeting looking at the management and felt i was at a mafia meeting. When i got home i sold my AGQ holding, what a good move that was.
swallowsflysouth
31/10/2019
07:11
Absolutely, Plasybryn. He had some concerns for his health at times and I just hope he is ok. Bedtime for me now (12.10am PST).
desertjoe
31/10/2019
07:05
For me, paul280i, the similarity of the company names got me curious. I just didn't trust the Taffies running Arian and sold my shares, albeit with some loss. As it happens I re-invested in Ariana and you know the rest....and my pessimism!.
desertjoe
31/10/2019
06:57
I also met him at a CEY AGM. He does have a habit of suddenly popping up out of the blue, so let's hope this exchange brings him out of hibernation. He had some very sporty valuations for AAU & was also super confident it would deliver. Here's to that.
plasybryn
31/10/2019
06:57
Thanks for your response, swallows. dic and I first exchanged views on gold maybe a decade ago via the similarly named Arian (Silver). The firm turned out to be disastrous for its investors but I think the rump of it goes on as UFO (Alien Metals). No matter how much we disagreed, not once did "richard" resort to profanities or personal attack and I am sure you have identified his character accordingly.
desertjoe
31/10/2019
00:46
I met Dicfromrugby years ago at a CEY AGM i think. A very upfront, honest and likeable person. Lost contact with him, his email address is no longer accessible.
swallowsflysouth
30/10/2019
22:34
DJ, I've not seen anything from him for a few months. He had said he had spent some time in hospital. If it wasn't for him I would probably never had heard of this company, not sure if that was a good thing. I hope he is OK.
paul280i
30/10/2019
21:52
Sorry that professed belief of dicfromrugby should have read Buddhist. I've got finger trouble methinks!
desertjoe
30/10/2019
21:49
paul280i/2tyke/anyone? - Since you mentioned dicfromrugby, I am curious if he is still around on any chatboard. He was with us on iii and I noted he appeared 2018 here. I've never seen him on LSE. He certainly had a rather unusual style of speling , professed to by Bugghist but later said he'd changed and often admitted being "in his cups". He and I had serious differences in opinion especially about the wisdom of hoarding gold and the ethics of the United States. I believe he changed his moniker to "richard".
desertjoe
30/10/2019
21:20
Are we saying after all these years Jubilee Platinum (JLP) might be worth a punt notwithstanding a rather second rate management?
plasybryn
30/10/2019
19:48
Palladium and platinum have been moving in opposite directions since 2008. This trend is almost over. Going forward, platinum will be the best performing precious metal. Palladium will likely be a disaster. For those needing their 'fundamental justification '. Palladium and Platinum are quite inter-changeable industrially. Users will very soon demand platinum rather than its much too expensive sister metal.
2tyke
30/10/2019
19:21
JC - Palladium is currently in high demand and although I agree it won't always be at the top of the tree as an industrial metal my reason for investing in EUA is quite simple; the company is up for sale and I am in it for one reason alone, the endgame. Imho, that won't be far away.
charles clore
30/10/2019
19:13
I don't give advice Paul. Unlike the legendary Dic from Rugby who I seem to remember was suggesting everyone dive in to AAU at around 15p. Mind you....his target was only 50p. That's where 'common sense' gets you. Lol
2tyke
30/10/2019
19:00
Lol no problem Paul 😉
soulsauce
30/10/2019
18:57
Soul, I'm so sorry, if we ever meet I'll buy you a beer. I remember this guy from years back under a different name, he used to always be having a go at Dic from Rugby. I tried to find his previous predictions but failed. You can tell his style.......seems to have problems.......with his full point key.....! He did once give some sensible advice when I ask what to invest a fair chunk of cash in, I'd like to see how that turned out.
paul280i
30/10/2019
18:27
I'm filtered Soul...remember. But it will give you the chance to discover what's actually happening in the markets you're interested in. No doubt a welcome change from the mumbo jumbo you like to discuss on here. You know....the stuff you can't believe doesn't seem to affect the prices.
2tyke
30/10/2019
16:29
Jeeze Paul back of the class for saying this muppets name and giving it an excuse to post again 🙈
soulsauce
30/10/2019
16:28
Yep.....as in I'm the only one on here who calls things correctly.....and for the right reasons. Don't forget what's happening with spot gold. Currently in an ascending triangle. It will likely thrust out of the triangle higher. But triangles are ALWAYS the penultimate move of a trend. That will be the gold 'bounce' completed.
2tyke
30/10/2019
15:44
Sorry 2tyke but your posting history suggests otherwise.
jc2706
30/10/2019
15:28
That's right JC.....palladium will be the worst future performer in the precious metals space. Nothing incomplete about my understanding btw.
2tyke
30/10/2019
15:16
Well, it is one of those rare instances in time- I actually agree with 2tyke. I suspect that Palladium will underperform the rest of the PMs in the medium to long term. I also think that EUA will do what all AIM 'vogue' stocks do - correct sharply and then tread water for an age while the positions unravel themselves. As I have said before, I agree that share prices move based on sentiment. It is just that 2tyke has an incomplete understanding of what that means.
jc2706
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