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ACHP Asia Ceramics

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15 Apr 2024 - Closed
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Asia Ceramics LSE:ACHP London Ordinary Share JE00B3PVQ001 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 37.50 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 37.50 GBX

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Posted at 14/4/2024 12:35 by hazl
PDMR & Director Holdings
Shareholder Number of Ordinary Shares Held Ordinary Shares as % of Issued Share Capital
Bhairav Trivedi 6,019,689 2.37%
Richard Hallett 1,995,6 5 2 0.79%
Chris Green 748,665 ? 0.29%
Posted at 14/4/2024 12:33 by hazl
Significant Shareholders
Shareholder Number of Ordinary Shares Held Ordinary Shares as % of Issued Share Capital
Helios Investment Partners 114,640,189 45.11%
BlackRock 16,436,632 6.47%
Fidelity Management & Research 12,456,500 4.90%
Eurocomm Holding Limited 12,125,658 4.77%
Posted at 24/3/2024 08:48 by hazl
Ah a bit in the Sunday Times about Elliot and Scottish Mortgage Trust.

Even they have used the word 'feared'.

I believe that SMT's stance was that they kept Nvidia and the high flying companies like it, because they couldn't see a better use for their cash, should they sell some.

Again, some say that if they continue ro be lieve in Nvidia going forward....and I support in theory, some of Nvidia's own mantra , to some extent, in that they are just at the start of this game changer, as an industry, they are in.

Perhaps SMT fear they might not be able to buy back cheaper in the future,as it goes from strength to strength?
Whilst some are predicting an eventual drop in the share price,who knows?
Some of the biggest names in the tech have just kept going up.

If it is carried out, will the cash lose value, as cash always does, if they cannot see anything better to invest in, as I seem to remember them claiming?

I could be wrong on that...I would have to see if those were just my thoughts.

Finally Space X!

I do hope they don't sell too much of that!
Is it just another way of attacking Musk?
Whatever, I m just a small person in the big scheme of these things.
I have admired SMT's choices of shares over the years, their advisors have been spot on.
The only reason I haven't jumped in for more recently, is because of the general market climate.
Elliot might know what they're doing but as I say I fear short termism and as a major shareholder they can over ride some of SMT's managements decisions....which I personally think is a shame.


I s ee space as a growing area, for investors.
Posted at 13/2/2024 09:40 by hazl
Brave Bison's rally is far from over
London-based social and digital media group is winning million-pound contracts and outperforming guidance
February 12, 2024
by Simon Thompson

London-based social and digital media group Brave Bison (BBSN:2.6p) has delivered a resilient trading performance and outperformed full-year guidance.

Buoyed by a pick-up in activity in the autumn when the group announced £4mn of account wins with a Finnish homeware retailer, Dutch car parts retailer and a national electrical retailer, full-year pre-tax profit surged from £2.6mn to £3.6mn, or £0.5mn higher than house broker Cavendish forecast. It’s a more profitable business, too, as the 23 per cent rise in full-year gross profit to £20.8mn significantly outpaced the 12 per cent growth in full-year revenue of £35.5mn
The extra profit boosted closing net cash 10 per cent to £6.8mn (0.4p), a sum that should hit £9.1mn (0.5p) by the year-end. Analysts point out that recycling this year’s estimated average cash pile of £8mn into earnings accretive acquisitions would add around £1mn of annual net profit. The cash position de-risks the investment case as does the focus on social and digital media business segments, factors that are not reflected in a price/earnings (PE) ratio of 10 nor a cash-adjusted PE ratio of 8.

The 46 per cent rally in the share price since my last buy call has further to run (‘Media firm Brave Bison wins £4mn of new contracts’, 13 November 2023). Buy.
Posted at 02/1/2024 18:54 by hazl
'In response, companies perceived to be the AI winners have seen their share prices bid up, with NVIDIA Corp NVDA

leading the way. The company, which manufactures the computer chips that leading AI systems are developed and implemented on, has seen its share price rise by 162% year-to-date (to 8 June). Chris Ford, fund manager of Sanlam Global Artificial Intelligence, described Nvidia as the most important company in the AI space.

Artificial intelligence: is the hype real, and how to invest in the winners
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The big technology giants, at the forefront of AI innovation, have also seen their share prices boosted, namely Apple Inc AAPL

, Microsoft, Inc AMZN

, Meta, Tesla Inc TSLA

and Alphabet. Along with Nvidia, these seven stocks account for around 90% of gains on Walls Street’s S&P 500 this year. The index is up around 10% year-to-date.

Posted at 27/12/2023 08:31 by hazl
During an “emergencyR21; Save Canadian Mining virtual event in late November, Sprott exhorted junior executives to take action to protect their share prices. “CEOs must realize almost everyone’s working against you,” he said. “If the price sucks, why don’t you wake up and do something about it!”

While Lynch doesn’t want to take the banks to court, he wants to let them know industry is willing to go that far.

“Nobody wants to really fight them, but we need to show them, hey, we’ve got the evidence,” he said. “The banks and the regulators, once they decide they want to do something, they can move very swiftly. They can change all these rules overnight.”

That could usher in the biggest mining boom in human history, he posited.

To the banks, he offers this message:

“The money on the shorting side of this business is almost done. You’ve almost killed us. You need to invest in the long side, and then everyone’s gonna make out like crazy.”
Posted at 27/12/2023 08:29 by hazl
Terry Lynch began to notice unusual price movements in Power Nickel (TSXV: PNPN; US-OTC: PNPNF)’s stock (then called Chilean Metals) years ago.

The shares consistently traded down at the end of the day, regardless of news, with late day trades often made anonymously.
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Now the stock is stuck in a range of C25¢ to C30¢ — despite a recently released initial nickel-sulphide resource for the company’s optioned Nisk project in Quebec, and a staged deal with battery and defence supplier CVMR to fund engineering studies.

It’s not unusual for a junior mining CEO to be unhappy with his share price, but Lynch says Power Nickel isn’t alone and something is amiss in the junior sector. The disconnect between the commodity markets and the junior mining-heavy TSX Venture Index, which is at an all-time low, has reached its widest point.

“When I first started talking about this, people thought, Terry, you should have a tinfoil hat on your head. They thought I was a crazy conspiracy theorist,” he told The Northern Miner in early December. “But you know what? I got proof. Man, this is really happening and I’m not the only one that sees it.”

In search of answers to the sector’s woes, he formed the Save Canadian Mining group in 2019, recruiting big names like Eric Sprott, Rob McEwen and Sean Roosen as supporters. Now, he can point to exactly what’s bleeding the junior market dry: Predatory short-selling.

“We’re in a market where the governments, to their credit, federally and provincially, have put out some amazing incentives for miners to actually get out there and explore and develop mines,” he said. “So really, we should be in our glory years and we’re instead about to go extinct.”

Short selling is a legal way for traders to profit from a falling stock price. Traders sell borrowed shares in the hope of buying them on the market at a lower price. It serves an important function in helping the market discover the true value of a company’s shares and has even helped uncover frauds like Enron. But it can also be done illegally, if traders don’t “cover” their position — meaning the trader is selling shares they haven’t borrowed, located, or confirmed are available for them to buy.

Lynch and others say “naked” shorting is a widespread and destructive problem in the junior mining sector. Last week he filed a formal complaint with the Canadian Investment Regulatory Organization (CIRO) and FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) in the United States asking them to act on illegal short selling and restore investor confidence in the market.
Posted at 03/11/2023 18:45 by hazl
Mr. Caldwell also commented:
"As a dedicated long-term shareholder since 2016, I too am disappointed in our current share price even though the Company is currently in the strongest position it has ever been. It is important to note that the immaterial level of trading activity in our shares that has corresponded with a decline in our share price does not reflect the intrinsic value of our underlying assets. I firmly believe the fundamental value of our shares far exceeds their current market price, and I am fully committed, alongside the SolGold team, to ensuring a successful outcome."

This announcement was approved for release by Scott Caldwell - CEO.
Posted at 03/11/2023 18:44 by hazl
Recent Trading

As part of our ongoing shareholder engagement efforts, we have had numerous discussions with institutional and retail shareholders. Most of our shareholders are long-term investors with only a small percentage actively trading. Over the past six months, the average daily traded volume was only 0.1% of the SolGold shares outstanding. To put this in perspective, on average, it would take over 10 full trading days to trade only 1% of SolGold shares (assuming the same shares are not being recycled). Given our shareholder concentration impacting the illiquidity of our shares, an immaterial amount of shares traded has a relatively material impact on our share price. Similar to last year when an institution sold down its position and impacted the share price for over 6 months, in the past months another institution is understood to be liquidating their market positions which includes SolGold.

Outlined below are the holdings of our major shareholders and CEO:

Reported Holdings (Over 3%) & CEO Number of Shares % of Outstanding Shares
BHP Billiton Holdings Limited 310,965,736 10%
Newcrest Mining Limited 309,309,996 10%
DGR Global Ltd 204,151,800 7%
Jiangxi Copper Company Limited 180,753,608 6%
Cornerstone / SolGold Canada Inc. 157,141,000 5%
Maxit Capital LP / D. Bob Sangha 153,366,663 5%
Tenstar Trading Limited 121,002,393 4%
Nicholas Mather (Director) 89,746,710 3%
Scott Caldwell (CEO) 19,407,244 1%
Total 1,545,845,150 51%
Posted at 17/9/2023 08:05 by hazl
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Is there a Andrada Mining share price forecast for 2023? The analyst consensus target price for shares in Andrada Mining is 25.25p. That is 241.22% above the last closing price of 7.40p. Analysts covering Andrada Mining currently have a consensus Earnings Per Share (EPS) forecast of -£0.01 for the next financial year.

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