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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bisichi Plc LSE:BISI London Ordinary Share GB0001012045 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 60.00 55.00 65.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 0.00 08:00:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 48.1 3.0 9.8 6.1 6

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01/11/2004
14:12
Well, at least Bisi is not in Zimbabwe. This is an illiquid share, and my guess is that a lot of stoplosses have been triggered and that's all there is to it. But wtfdik?
diogenesj
01/11/2004
13:51
Back in long again.
chester
01/11/2004
13:34
Tell the guys in Zimbabwe Stan is talking silly.If they want they will grab the lot and no one will say a thing or try to put a stop to it
shumba
01/11/2004
11:05
Anybody got any ideas why the fall. Is it a buying opportunity or time to dump. MS
mickeyskint
01/11/2004
07:29
Do they?...well whatever you do don't set any store by that for goodness sake...any idiot can set a target and if you ask me then 555p seems silly.
stan
01/11/2004
02:16
Talking silly stan , see the last RNS re- black enpower movement. NO PROBLEMS AT ALL. My broker deutshebank have a 18 month target of 555p. regards oliver.
oliverletwintit
30/10/2004
08:10
Oliver, you aint actually made anything until you sell remember, so unless you're lying and have actually sold some, then you've made sweet FA so far. Skyracer, I've no idea what value you'd put on it while it's still underground. Will they be able to get it all out do you think without hitting any geological problems? PS what's all this business about all mineral rights in South Africa reverting back to state ownership etc? Surely this is an alarming development for the shareholders of mining companies in the country...and even if there is a successful legal challenge, it looks as though there could be substantial royalties to pay to the government in the future for any coal that is extracted and profits made upon it. Quite a bit to ponder on here I think.
stan
30/10/2004
07:04
Edinburgh Oil and Gas (which I hold) is currently being re-rated upwards due to the increased value of its oil assets as a consequence of the soaring oil price. However the price of coal has also soared. What increased value should we give to BISI's 15m tonne coal assets which are valued historically at a mere £3.055m under "Mining Equipment and Reserves" Note 11. Also some of this £3m will be equipment. $1? $2? $5? /tonne
skyracer
30/10/2004
00:48
Stan, its as Diog and rochdae state re- to Chinese interest rate increase. Actually I added more this morning and dont tend to tranche down, usually the opposite, but Ive made a lot of money out of these already. regards oliver. ps, I hear the large Chinese steel companies are eyeing our bigger coal miners up, xstrata especially. Would be logical for Billiton and the others to eye up the smaller miners would it not?.
oliverletwintit
29/10/2004
18:26
Sorry Stan but today's fall was a general sector reaction to the Chinese interest rate rise. It was exaggerated due to the illiquid nature of the stock. I expect the sector to recover with an equivalent upside movement for the same reason. At least that was the basis of today' purchase.
rochdae
29/10/2004
18:20
Late last night Oliver said: "Well its Friday in the morning and this one always does well on a friday." Great timing Oliver!! (Sorry, nothing mailicious intended Oliver, I just couldn't resist the opportunity for a bit of fun) Show's how careful you hve to be with this one though and not be too smug about it's continual rise. Further falls Monday? Who knows! What's their record like for Mondays Oliver by the way?
stan
29/10/2004
18:05
Remember the key statement from the Interims: I can now inform shareholders that we have entered into a long-term FOB export contract with a leading international trading company for our entire export volume. In time, the Chinese interest rate rise will reinforce their economic growth and rising demand for coal; and the last few days will be seen as either an over-reaction or a self-fulfilling reaction..if you know what I mean. Bought on the dip today.
rochdae
29/10/2004
17:50
Sky i would have thought that coal was priced in dollars but i don,t know for sure.
p@
29/10/2004
13:01
p@, I believe until recently all BISI coal related earnings were in Rand, so the strengthened Rand will actually benefit BISI earnings when converted into sterling. I dont know about the new export business, I guess it will either be in Rand or $'s. BISI is just a tightly held stock that jumps around a bit on low volumes, encouraged by the MM's to trigger stop-losses IMO.
skyracer
29/10/2004
12:00
Response to strong rand hitting profits of gold mining Co ,s reporting profits today.IMO.
p@
29/10/2004
09:53
Lol, Oliver: not looking too good today. Belated response to the Chinese interest rate rise, do you think?
diogenesj
28/10/2004
22:57
Well its Friday in the morning and this one always does well on a friday. regards oliver. remember forward P?E of 14.
oliverletwintit
27/10/2004
21:10
A bit disappointed that the rise should be a sprint and then stop for breath. That will always be the case with a share so tightly held though. The 5000 sale seemed to do most damage and took a few smaller ones with it. I still have a strong belief that the uptrend will continue though, and as always profit will be taken along the route. For me it is an outright gamble, as is all my dealings. Strongly tempted to trade BPRG if they dip below 100 again. They could go lower and present a bargain. Gan canny.
angel of the north
27/10/2004
14:32
The Bangladeshi one is still going surprisingly well too (AEN) - production a bit further off, of course (2007).
diogenesj
27/10/2004
11:48
Ok fine lads your right, my sincere appologies stan. Hope you didnt take it badly. I do get a bit over the top sometimes, I suppose it comes with the passion I have for certain investments. Down today guys but not by much. Beginning to taker a closer look at the Canadian coal miner now seems to be settling down and production starts any day now. Regards oliver.
oliverletwintit
27/10/2004
09:21
Yes, a bit harsh, Oliver. BISI is risky, for the reasons we have discussed above, and we all have to have a level of risk we can live with and still sleep at night. Still, pity Stan didn't buy, because it looks as though he would have done quite well.
diogenesj
27/10/2004
05:46
oliver - Looking back at your post on Oct 25th, I think your being a bit unfair in saying to stan, ---'Never mind if you dont have the balls you miss out bigtime anyway. This business will be always about risk/reward ratio and beleive me if you dont take it on you will always be an 'has been'. i thought you got on OK with Stan, just because he didn't buy a share doesn't mean he's a 'has been '.
chester
26/10/2004
23:01
A 60% increase in coal prices predicted from now into 2005. Will add a lot to the bottom line. Im expecting around 1.5 million profit and I feel that is very conservative. regards oliver.
oliverletwintit
25/10/2004
22:31
Hi stan, you missed out big time in fact you have missed out to the order of circa 30%. Never mind if you dont have the balls you miss out bigtime anyway. This business will be always about risk/reward ratio and beleive me if you dont take it on you will always be an 'has been'. Still, plenty of time to welcome you STAN, rember a forward P/E of 14 now and thats based on conservative estimates, very conservative estimates. regards oliver.
oliverletwintit
25/10/2004
18:37
Stan - I wish I could have those worries so quickly on all the shares I buy! 'Hmm..when do I sell? Should I take a fat profit now? should I let it run?' There's only really one answer to that Stan - I'm IN and very pleased to be so, and in I shall stay! Until either bad news arrives or there is a major reversal. One has GOT to run a profitable share and indeed should be buying all the way up. Sit on the fence and you'll wish you bought much sooner. No, I do not know where it will end and neither did the holders of Polly Peck in the 70's. It's what I live for.....finding the next Polly Peck and I'm damned if I will take a profit for profits sake.The worry I would have is selling, only to watch the share go on and double,triple,quadruple...... Nah! It's great to be here! Good luck all and..... Gan canny oot there.
angel of the north
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