Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Asiamet Res LSE:ARS London Ordinary Share BM04521V1038 COM SHS USD0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.075p -1.49% 4.975p 4.85p 5.10p 5.05p 4.75p 5.05p 3,876,109 14:40:51
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -3.1 -0.8 - 35.59

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2017-08-23 16:12:254.98353,00017,561.75O
2017-08-23 15:23:155.00250,00012,500.00O
2017-08-23 13:40:415.0858,9632,994.73O
2017-08-23 13:40:224.99250,00012,474.50O
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23/8/2017
09:20
Asiamet Res Daily Update: Asiamet Res is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ARS. The last closing price for Asiamet Res was 5.05p.
Asiamet Res has a 4 week average price of 4.30p and a 12 week average price of 4.13p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.08p.
There are currently 715,354,302 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,339,449 shares. The market capitalisation of Asiamet Res is £35,588,876.52.
14/8/2017
08:01
cpap man: Take a look at the BIKWIK charts thread....POST 2977 ARS share price target [min] the old highs.... Circa 8p+
11/8/2017
08:00
cpap man: Took part in the placing as a HNW and the bid price at the time of being made inside was 4.3p which was the price that JP MORGAN the MEGA NEW YORK banking group were prepared to pay for their INITIAL stake in ARS At the time i thought that the placing price was a bit mean but obviously the ARS share price had already started to race away....
07/8/2017
08:25
dorset64: Mount Teide5 Aug '17 - 11:11 - 7392 of 7400 MT going by your own analogy that if one insti is selling then they must know far more than all of us mere pi's, then if true why is there not a flood of shares on the market right now, why is the share price not sub 1p as surely, if you are right, then every insti would be selling everything they own in a canter, which quite obviously they are not doing in any way. Or are you saying that the ARS management have given insider info to one insti, but are withholding it from all others as again, I very much doubt that to be the case. Again using your analogy of the insti's know best and in turn they are all now selling out of ARS, then they really must have time on their hands as if they were all selling, then they must each sell circa a few hundred k of shares with each RNS, which will take them years to off-load. Just can't see it MT but understand what you're saying. I guess you have no shareholding in ARS at the moment then?
05/8/2017
11:11
mount teide: Dorset - as with all of my posts, no investment advice is offered, inferred or intended. It is a fact that equity investment is not a level playing field - despite the claims of the FCA. II's almost without exception get a far greater level of access to and information from Company executives and Nomads than ANY PI. Enabling, some II's to make investment decisions that often seem to fly in the face of logic, if compared to the information available within the public domain. A close analysis of the greater than 400m ARS share volume over the last 6 months and circa 25% share price drop from the Feb peak, not only flies in the face of the fundamentals - it makes little sense, since any large II(which ARS has at least a few), could have easily sold down such a position many times over since Feb 2017. I generally found that people who do not hold a particular share are far better & more impartial judges of that share's prospects. People who have bought the shares naturally want to protect & promote their investments, and are often emotionally attached to them, something i used to be as guilty of as any. However, since i started to carry out as much due diligence post investment as i did pre the investment, my investment success rate has materially improved and last year helped avoid a circa 35% loss at MPL getting converted into a 95% loss. With regard to who the ARS seller is, i consider the comments of the otherwise excellent ARS management, could probably be best summed up by the memorable high court comment of the late Alan Clarke MP: i was being "economical with the actualite!".
04/8/2017
19:37
mount teide: Since the Feb high circa 400m shares(more than 50% of total), have been traded, and the share-price is currently some 25% lower, with every spike following positive RNS news, mercilessly and systematically sold in to with what appears to be MM connivance and precision. With the share price close to rejoining the Roger Bannister club(sub 4), laughably, the Management could soon find themselves at risk of having to issue a "we know of no reason for the share price decline' RNS! IG's clients are 100% long. As Harry Markopolis shrewdly commented on equities "If the selling or buying seems totally illogical, its usually because those doing most of it know something the majority don't!" If a shareholder wanted to realise a profit by disposing a material holding at say 4.75p, the obvious route would be to stop the selling at/around that share-price and, help drive the price up to 6-7p, and then offer the holding to a small cap fund/s that specialise in the sector, at a circa 20-25% discount. Some of Taptica's (TAP) founder shareholders did just that recently, and got more than 10% of the company away without any problem.
04/7/2017
14:58
mount teide: Since the Feb high circa 365m(50% of total) shares have been traded, and the share-price is currently some 25% lower. On the previous two occasions this year the share price traded above 5.3p, it took over a month to decline back to 4.25p. Since the high last week, it has taken just 4 days to fall back to circa 4.25p. Now nearly 25% down from last week's share price peak, post the stellar resource update RNS - laughably, the Management are at risk of having to issue a "we know of no reason for the recent share price decline' RNS! IG's clients are 100% long. As Harry Markopolis commented on equities "If the selling or buying seems to be totally illogical, its usually because those doing most of it know something the majority don't!"
31/3/2017
22:37
highly geared: GGP has MTR behind it so a fan base to pump it. It is years off ever producing a JORC resource for E.G.and will need several million of funding, 2-3 years and several drilling campaigns. However , they spin the " major gold province" line well! Here with ARS, we have a distraction asset ' Jelai, that we will probably sell which has c 2 million oz of gold, more than GGP will have in the next 5 years. It shows what tremendous assets ARS has. If we see another commodities boom 2020-2025 and with BKM in production and with a production licence for Beutong,then ARS will be worth north of £1 billion. You need a lot of patience here but the rewards are potentially huge and the downside limited. If we achieve a doubling of share price every year between now and 2021 , I'll take 64p in 4 years.
18/2/2017
15:34
freddie ferret: Right, re Horneblowers last post. The fact is this time the share price has not gone vertical, but has risen at a sensible rate with some consolidation along the way. Adorling re your 5322 above. I was going to mark you up however I read the second sentence and thought it rather silly. Perhaps some reflection is required. There were spikes in the summer of 2014 and spring of 2016. They were both charterised by very rapid movements upward of over 20% a day followed by equally dramatic sell offs. One needs to understand the reasons for this. Speculators buy on upward share price momentum, their object is to sell out at the top. Trader chimps. When a share price goes up more and more of these get drawn in if the company is ramped on bbs. Basically they buy intending to sell at the top. If a share price retraces a bit all the trader chimps jump ship and the price collapses. In order for the full value of a share to be achieved it is neccessary for the trader chimps to be burned off on the way up by retraces. In order to avoid trader chimps joining the party in the first place it is neccessary for the share price to rise at a slow and rational rate. If a share rises at a sensible rate investors will buy, not with the intention of selling but with the intention of seeing a return on the shares in terms of profits and dividends. Ramping excites chimps. Chimps wreck long term share price performance they deter investors who fear the sell offs that they bring.
24/11/2016
07:47
2lb: Copper still surging - generality this does not bode well for the ARS share price :-)
02/3/2016
07:17
adorling: From RNS... "The combination of a good grade, heap leachable, low stripping ratio copper deposit in a low cost operating environment like Indonesia is highly compelling, and while we still have studies to complete, results to date indicate that the Company has good reason to be optimistic on the PEA outcomes. Success in developing BKM to its full capacity will provide the platform for Asiamet to continue growing its copper and gold production base via the large Beutong copper-gold project and further exploration of its highly prospective land holdings, the key foundation assets upon we are striving to build a leading Asian copper and gold company." ....."good reason to be optimistic".... A big clue in those words and a good entry point for new investors in the next 2-3 weeks before this "optimistic" PEA is finally published and we see ARS share price start to progress to its real value IMO.
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