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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.375p -3.26% 11.125p 2,812,178 15:15:28
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
11.00p 11.25p 11.375p 11.125p 11.375p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -5.4 -0.7 - 103.20

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20/5/2018
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 11.50p.
Asiamet Res has a 4 week average price of 11.13p and a 12 week average price of 9.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 14.88p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.13p.
There are currently 927,663,355 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,869,861 shares. The market capitalisation of Asiamet Res is £103,202,548.24.
02/5/2018
00:32
curnic1: Why the constant obsession with ARS share price. Constant share price monitoring is only for trading, not investing. ARS is a great little company with a great management team who will take ARS into a great big copper producing company. The long term rewards will be well worth putting our shares in a safe deposit box to be opened in 5 to 9 years time. Think of all the dividends we will be receiving when production start.
15/3/2018
20:13
highly geared: Quite a few new posters so have copied my post of a while back , below. Interestingly , a key focus in 2018 is to expand Beutong to its full resource potential. The implications are truly mind blowing from a shareholder perspective: Highly Geared - 03 Mar 2018 - 20:26:55 - 11964 of 12377 Asiamet Resources Ltd {ARS} (was Kalimantan Gold,{KLG)) - ARS Posted this just over 3 months ago. Timing of Beutong PEA a bit optimistic. Useful personal reminder and perhaps useful if any new posters/lurkers have joined recently. The exciting thing( not that we need any more) is that forthcoming drilling is aimed at enhancing Beutong: ‘Just been having a look at the Beutong numbers in a bit more detail: Measured and indicated at 0.3% cut off: - 1241 millions lbs copper at say $3.50 = $ 4.343 billion - 373,000 oz gold at $1250 = $466 million - 5.698million oz silver at $18 = $102 million - 20 million lbs Moly at $7 = $150 milllion Total in the ground gross value = $ 5.054 billion Including inferred resource, it gets very interesting ( albeit lots more drilling needed to the East and West Porphyryâ̈́4;™s: - 4091 million lbs copper = $14.318billion - 1,746,000 oz gold = $2.183 billion - 14.9 million oz silver = $268 million - 113 million lbs Moly = $791 million Total gross in the ground value = $ 17.56 billion Grand total north of $22 billion. Based on CPR and 30,000 metres of drilling to date Ars currently have 40% and can convert to 80% subject to certain project development commitments (Iâ€T82;m assuming they’ll take it to 80%). Taking a middle position on conversion of inferred , that gives an in the ground value of c $14 billion. But, based on long term copper projections and assuming earliest production is c. 2022 , copper is likely to be higher, ditto gold/silver. Capex will be considerable but working right back to PEA , assuming they do further drilling to move some inferred up to indicated, when comparing a likely doubling/ tripling of the copper inventory ( when compared to BKM) and including the precious metals and Moly, it,s hard to envisage a PEA NPV lower than $1 billlion based on an 80% interest. Assuming the production licence lands in the next 2 weeks , they should be able to generate a PEA by summer 2018 and a BFS by 2020. Assuming the market ascribes say 25% of the NPV , this should add say $250 million to the share price over the next 9 months. That will be c 26p/ share.Add BKM post BFS finance, say 30p and 5-10p spec value for BKS, BKW, BKS, then itâ€T82;s possible to see a path to a share price of c. 65p by summer 2018. If copper continues to rise then all bets are off ( on the upside). All IMO, DYOR’.
30/1/2018
22:20
mount teide: Del Boy - suggestions were offered as to who could be behind the 100k sells - in reality a few 100k (£9k) daily sells is largely nickel and dime compared to the share price manipulation that went on here during April to July last year - while the Company were quietly negotiating a placing with JP Morgan totalling 64m shares at 4.3p. Repeatedly posted that contrary to managements assertions, it was highly implausible that the 300m transaction volume during that period was PI's taking profits and/or doing a little trading around the margins of their main holding - and so it proved with the JPM placing announced in early August. In the run up to the placing, following the regular release of good news I elected to continue building up my position each time the share price was driven back down to the low 4p area. Likewise at CAML, spotted similar activity last summer, and elected to triple my holding at 207p - shortly afterwards a placing/RTO was announced at a premium and some three months later the share price is now up over 50%. Unfortunately, according to the FCA, some 20% of the transaction volume in the lead up to equity placings is considered suspicious BUT this is apparently okay since it used to be over 30% a decade ago! Consequently, it is possible to predict some placings, by closely studying the share price behaviour and transaction volume, particularly where the placing discussions are taking place over a number of months. Which brings us back to the recent trading of ARS - the circa 130m transaction volume since the mid/late November 12p high is not even half the volume seen in the period before the JP Morgan placing. If you bear in mind some shareholders are now up between 5 and 10 fold from the lows, the recent share price behaviour and transaction volume is probably consistent with new shareholders buying into the still huge upside potential and some long termers disposing of a few hundred thousand for year end tax purposes or trading around the margins. If there is a placing in the pipeline, the share price action suggests it will be small. And something I would very much support if used to fast-track the 2018 operations programme. For me, post investment research is as important as pre investment research. I consider ARS the highest risk/reward investment in my portfolio, so watch the investment like a hawk, and carry out further research as a matter of routine. Fortunate to have the help of an old friend who runs a leading container Port in Indonesia - he keeps me up to date with mining industry developments, National Politics and the economy which is currently performing very well. Recent feedback from him suggests there may be a perceptible change from some in high political office towards foreign mining companies; probably driven by not wanting to miss out on the global recovery now taking hold in the sector. Increasingly, the message is the Nation will be doing more to attract foreign investment and expertise, by working with the mining companies rather than against them as was perceived to have been the case by many during much of the long 2010 - 2016 industry recession. AIMHO/DYOR
08/1/2018
22:50
mount teide: AIM valuations are often wrong, and sometimes very wrong. The reasons can be many but human psychology and poorly informed participants are often the causes. When valuations are wrong, it creates opportunities. That's why hedge funds exist. Hedge funds tend to specialise in taking advantage of mis-priced company valuations in the mid and larger cap sectors, while PI's tend to focus more on such opportunities within the smaller cap sector. Consider the following: During early/mid November 2017 Asia Met was trading at a share price higher than today. What has the market learnt since? Exploration drilling at BKZ continued to intersect exceptionally high-grade polymetallic mineralisation over a strike length of 225m, up to 110m in east-west dimension and a variable true thickness of 8m to 39m - it is a deposit which could potentially standalone, and remains open in multiple directions. As a result of the outstandingly successful BKZ exploration programme, ARS is to expand the drilling campaign at BKZ to test continuity of both the upper polymetallic mineralisation and the highly material potential of the structurally controlled high-grade copper-silver zone, which has a strike length of at least 110m, true thickness up to 50m and remains open to the south, east, west and down dip - as it is potentially controlled by the same major structure as the mineralisation at the BKM Copper Project, and as such indicates potential for continuity of structurally controlled copper mineralisation over 800 metres of strike between BKZ and BKM. Holes intersecting the high grade BKZ copper-silver zone were terminated due to rig capacity, and ended in high grade mineralisation. The Company will be deploying a much more powerful rig with a drilling capacity of 600m to test the down-dip extension of the BKZ polymetallic mineralisation and the strike and depth extensions of the newly discovered high-grade copper mineralisation intersected below. BKM Copper Project - Positive Metallurgical Test-work - Results from the ongoing column leach test-work confirm and support the recoveries and acid consumption predictions from the BKM PEA. The BKM Bankable Feasibility Study continues to progress to plan. Production Licence for Beutong Project Secured - 5.3Blb Cu, 2.1Moz Au Major milestone for the Company - de-risks project by securing a long term (up to 40 years) licence for Beutong and enables detailed evaluation and development to progress at a time when the copper market is forecast to move into deficit, copper prices are rising and new projects especially those of considerable scale are in short supply globally. Negotiations aimed at finalising amendments to the KSK CoW and providing the certainty required for proceeding the BKM copper project to the project financing and development phase in 2018 are nearing completion. Highly Geared - your excellent Beutong post about 6 weeks ago ended with: 'Assuming the Beutong production licence lands in the next 2 weeks, they should be able to generate a PEA by summer 2018 and a BFS by 2020. Assuming the market ascribes say 25% of the NPV, this should add say $250 million to the share price over the next 9 months. That will be c 26p/ share. Add BKM post BFS finance, say 30p and 5-10p spec value for BKS, BKW, BKS, then its possible to see a path to a share price of circa 65p by summer 2018. If copper continues to rise then all bets are off (on the upside).' Following today's hugely significant news, I too think an acquisition valuation for H2/2018 of 50p-65p is a realistic possibility - with, as mentioned yesterday, the exciting prospect of highly material upside, if continuity of structurally controlled high grade copper-silver mineralisation between BKZ and BKM is confirmed with the drill bit.
20/11/2017
12:05
mrpiggy: In full agreement hawksie but had to include the ramping bit otherwise that would have come straight back at me!For what it's worth I'm sticking with my ARS share price range for 2022 when I will start to unload!
20/11/2017
09:15
cpap man: MMs finding it extremely hard to keep a lid on the ARS share price!
20/11/2017
08:52
cpap man: LOL and the answer is [in response to all the buying pressure] to quite rightly keep raising the ARS share price!
17/11/2017
18:23
highly geared: Need Cu to spring to the upside of the falling pennant to 3.2 and push onto 3.5 over the next 3 months. I think we’ll see Ars share price increasingly linked to the copper price. Anything over $3.25/lb is positive for BKM and I’ll be surprised if we’re not around $4/lb by the time we’re into production.
02/11/2017
13:38
okidokicoki: Anyone noticed lately that the ars share price on google is very on point at the moment . Well done google finaly . Used to be all over the place
18/10/2017
11:49
adorling: Hopefully we are only 4 weeks away from the Beutong IUP Mining Licence dropping and our journey to extracting 5 billion lbs of copper will begin and let's not forget that is in addition to our 1 billion at BKM. All of this copper will be well in excess of $3-4 lb IMO so a huge amount of cash being generated each and every year over LOM. I have always believed that this will be the truly transformative day for ARS as will answer the Indonesian doubters. We already see what a few strong buys can do for the ARS share price from 10:15am this morning (+11%). The scramble for shares will be fast and furious and that is why it makes sense to be in BIG before this happens IMO. 4 weeks!
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