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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Blackrock World Mining Trust Plc LSE:BRWM London Ordinary Share GB0005774855 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.00 -1.11% 446.00 443.50 445.00 452.00 443.50 452.00 1,200,308 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 46.5 43.9 22.5 19.9 774

Blackrock World Mining Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/3/2017
09:39
Quite agree - he made mistakes at the top of government, so I would never trust his judgement even if he was giving it for free.
corbeta
09/3/2017
09:05
How can a company justify employing someone to work 4 days a month as an adviser for £650,000 pa. ie George Osborne? That flies in the face of austerity and smacks of greed by him. And how do you assess his deliverables ? I would work for them full time for a year for less than that sum !
9degrees
06/3/2017
14:29
With current year income NAV of 431p is a decent discount.
wskill
03/3/2017
13:05
Ah were did £4 go. I was in love with £4.
racg
02/3/2017
09:20
Thanks, just about makes up for shocking timing buying into GPM! You win some...
mad foetus
02/3/2017
09:09
well done mad foetus......
supasapi
01/3/2017
16:48
A well timed buy yesterday, if I say so myself.
mad foetus
01/3/2017
15:48
Solo cinque, fratello?
racg
28/2/2017
10:54
Thank you for the helpful and very informative feedback,Mad Foetus. What you say, makes good sense. Cinquepercento.
cinquepercento
28/2/2017
09:44
Also, discount is over 15% at the moment, using yesterday's NAV of 431, again giving a cushion.
mad foetus
28/2/2017
09:37
Stifel issued an update note today. They don't have a view in the commodity cycle but thought that this was the bottom of the dividend cycle and that it won't drop any lower. In fact, given the amount of dollar earnings in our underlying, it should pick up pretty quickly. The yield here is now sustainable and likely to grow. That brings a level of security.
mad foetus
28/2/2017
09:30
I ignore buys and sells and look at the discount to NAV and the performance of some of the main holdings instead. Buys and sells are impossible to tell apart - I normally buy everything in several tranches and usually some are marked as buys and some as sells. I bought today at below the midprice and above it, for example. And the MMS will mark up or down before big trades are reported anyway, so I think it is better to ignore them on a stock that has decent volume.
mad foetus
28/2/2017
09:26
Why would we buy back in now when the sells are about ten times the buys just now? Shouldn't we wait till that the buys pick up? Nobody wants to miss out but maybe we should exercise a little caution. Your thoughts on this,please. Cinquepercento.
cinquepercento
28/2/2017
08:43
I'm back in, sold at 390, hoping this is the bounce back
mad foetus
24/2/2017
15:07
The divi cut was already out there....no surprise there. Yield now 3.5%
hedley03
24/2/2017
14:05
Its almost down to the 50day moving average. Good time to add.
hedley03
24/2/2017
13:58
Looks like a retracement starting in resource stocks maybe I too sold BRWM a couple of weeks ago I still have FENR and undecided whether to sell it's had a nice run and maybe time to cash in . But where to put my proceeds ?
jitters3
24/2/2017
12:37
A bad double whammy of cutting the dividend and weakness among miners generally. I'm looking to buy back in but think this may have further to fall, the NAV on Monday is likely to show another sharp drop and the income funds may be trimming their positions so I'm waiting for the discount to widen. 350p would be nice.
mad foetus
21/2/2017
01:32
That is an interesting strategy.
racg
20/2/2017
16:33
racq It is tricky figuring out what to do to get profits from BRWM. Looking at commodity bull runs in the past and doing a course average of the duration of the runs, they go for about 5 years. So I'm thinking that I will sell 10% every six months. I did calculation on this and it showed that I would get 66% of the profits compared to if I sold at the peak. But since we don't know when the peak is, I think it safer to go for the systematic selling plan. My scheme included selling out completely if the price dropped to 50% of a previous peak. I want a plan that means I don't stress out on a daily basis. Has anyone else got a plan for selling? Bon
bonnard
20/2/2017
08:38
Mmmm get above £4 dammitt, decided to keep these forever and not sell and sell down kaz as and when. Probably the wrong trade but I think safer, though not as safe as sticking it into SWDA and EMIM and some infrastucture trusts then going asleep for a decade. Far more exciting though. Go up dammitt!
racg
17/2/2017
21:53
Staying in. The highs of £8.00 have been 2008 and 2011,while the troughs (sub £2.00) have been 2009 and 2016. I intend to continue to hold in the absence of bad news for the commodity sector,till we are above £5.00,and then may take 10-15% off the table every 50p above that. I also hold BRCI,and while its increase has been less dramatic,historically it has been a higher dividend payer % wise than BRWM,so i may hold more for longer.
carterit
15/2/2017
11:44
Staying in til 4.20 then selling 5%, then another 5% at 4.50 and 4.75. Probably keep the other 80% .....
racg
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