Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Centamin Plc LSE:CEY London Ordinary Share JE00B5TT1872 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -12.55 -8.87% 128.95 130.40 130.65 138.55 127.00 137.75 10,464,103 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 473.0 119.7 5.1 25.6 1,491

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28/2/2020
18:38
Still not gone back in although was tempted, but need to sleep at the weekend... this seems to more linked to the ftse today rather than gold. Hopefully the Dow will end without further losses and the last bit up to the close is an uptick rather than a down slope. Good weekend all- big spread this week, from 161-127 swing. Martinfrench- did you also stay out?
stevedaytrader
28/2/2020
15:51
I know when gold fell in previous sell offs it was to do with margin calls on other market losses.
astjgroom
28/2/2020
15:50
Interesting article I read about the traders being caught short on Gold bull run, now covering margin calls forcing selling......personally I think any rates cuts coming up, will help the longer term case for gold still...DYOR
qs99
28/2/2020
15:48
Don't worry, its normal in a stock market CRASH which we are observing. Traders are scurrying to sell even good assets to raise FUNDS to settle other trades which are themselves in trouble. It is a marker of a crash , gentlemen. Gold and silver will recover to recent highs in weeks or months.
hector_p
28/2/2020
15:47
The good news for anyone invested here, is even for long holders, only back to where we were a month ago.
stevedaytrader
28/2/2020
15:33
Took it all out bar 500 shares to watch the price Steve mainly because blanket media of coronavirus is adding to panic . Gold now under pressure also . Looking more like a crash day by day not just a correction . Good luck and I am mostly cash for the first time since I started trading so will just watch and wait for now and keep part of my profits .
kennyp52
28/2/2020
15:24
No one, anywhere knows. If you're long, just forget about it. Being a Friday it's tough to go back in just in case- but when the bottom is reached at a minimum they'll be a fast pullback to a certain point- but where either of these positions are, no one knows. If you've money for the long, a great place bearing in mind the big pile of cash and recent company performance.
stevedaytrader
28/2/2020
13:13
Gold down. Has it topped ? Thoughts pl.
ashwani01
28/2/2020
12:40
We could now be at the bottom- Easyjet are back in the GREEN- they released a statement demonstrating they are mitigating and are able to react fast to changing events. Hopefully it is a bottom, despite the Dow futures being down at the mo- needs to be a good close of the dow to stop the slide of stocks. Of course, all need to make our own decisions, so good luck to all who are thinking of going in, or out.
stevedaytrader
28/2/2020
10:29
the new gold in a crisis like this are not gold stocks but personal protection stocks. They make full body suits :) Buy Lakeland Industries! https://www.google.com/search?safe=off&rlz=1C1GGRV_enMT749MT749&sxsrf=ALeKk02xCiqukXgaYK6HYJcsCSxLjDgs5A%3A1582885406660&ei=HupYXqn3J4HQaNnKmugL&;q=lakeland+industries+share+price&oq=lake&gs_l=psy-ab.1.0.35i39i285i70i250j35i39l2j0i131i67j0i20i263j0l5.133511.136713..138717...0.1..1.597.1173.0j4j5-1......0....2j1..gws-wiz.......0i71j35i39i285j0i273j0i67j0i131.efEIOLW4ZSc
farrugia
28/2/2020
09:39
The overreaction to the virus continues- I still do not see a recession and the buy back will start at some point, although will continue to sit on cash for now. Feel for all holders (we are all here to make money), but this stock will climb back real fast, faster than most once hysteria subsides. The fundamentals are spot on, and I would not have sold as posted yesterday, had it not been for the rationale I posted.
stevedaytrader
28/2/2020
09:06
Sold at the highs trader ... you are such a misinformed parasite . Been dumping FTSE100 shares since and now sitting on the fence . You are such a tool .
kennyp52
27/2/2020
22:25
Totally agree fenners66 ... my point is that at this stage I cannot see the justification in the worldwide stock market crashes and believe it is currently an over reaction . The cases are falling ... ‘The number of serious and critical cases, as well as of new deaths, is declining worldwide” Whilst I respect the fact that it justifies the worldwide government reaction around the world I don’t agree this is the sole reason for such a stock market correction and the traders are probably loving this volatility . Shaking out the private investors then will pick off the cheap quality stocks . Call me cynical but it’s my view . There is an educated opinion that the virus will be seasonal and will die out with warmer Spring weather which is hopefully just around the corner. I sincerely hope this is the case . Fact remains that a flu outbreak consistently happens every year with far more labour days lost and deaths yet this never has an impact ? Drink whiskey ... kills the bugs .
kennyp52
27/2/2020
21:52
kennyp52 27 Feb '20 - 08:54 - 36779 of 36805 "... To put things into perspective ... Image result for flu deaths per year While the impact of flu varies, it places a substantial burden on the health of people in the United States each year. CDC estimates that influenza has resulted in between 9 million – 45 million illnesses, between 140,000 – 810,000 hospitalizations and between 12,000 – 61,000 deaths annually since 2010. In relation to these figures the coronavirus should not be able to have the impact it is but all in my opinion ." So lets just say that they ignore Covid19 like they ignore the flu and don't quarantine whole cities etc.... If we have had 80,000 infections so far and 2900 deaths - disregarding that the Outcome death rate is Far Higher..... Where would an unchecked C19 be ? Using the lowest estimate of say 9m illnesses .... that would give us 326,000 deaths That is 5x to 27x more deaths than flu. If instead you use the outcomes stats at 8% then of 9m that would be 720,000 deaths Surely you can see just why there is the OTT response - we do not want this disease to get out in the wild.
fenners66
27/2/2020
20:53
Agree Juju. Kenny, as I said in my post at the start of the day- if you do some googling, you can see what occurs if we hit recession. We are now at correction, I do not see a recession, last one being 2008. I keep saying, CEY is a stock. To expand, this is I meant from a quick google in relation to CEY, GOLD and the FTSE. "FTSE ~Mar2008-Oct2008, drop of 35%(yes I know we're not on the FTSE but a good guide)" "GOLD ~Mar2008-Oct2008, drop of 25%" "CEY ~Mar2008-Oct2008, drop of 70%" "CEY and GOLD recovered back to their fall-point in ~7months(May2009)" "FTSE took until May2013 to come back.” Post May2009 is interesting in gold went to all time highs and so did CEY but then by May 2013 when ftse finally recovered, gold dropped a little and CEY dropped back almost to the low in Oct2008
stevedaytrader
27/2/2020
20:37
In a crash , everything crashes
juju44
27/2/2020
20:32
Bloody charts .. and of course we need to be concerned about your comments but my gut feeling is the financials will be hard to ignore and the only thing that can hit this hard is a poor production quarter . Into higher grades , new production team proving themselves ... surely they are on top of that so this is why I hold and hope .
kennyp52
27/2/2020
20:14
Still in an uptrend atm Kenny some cushion back to 133 which would be a breakdown of the pattern if it fell below that
plat hunter
27/2/2020
20:01
POG OVER $1600 , the worlds biggest companies having their share prices hammered and still no move into gold mining stocks . I am guessing it’s all sitting in cash at the moment and the risk with that is they go risk on when they think the market has value and POG gets hit . Might be tempted to go cash myself the way this is panning out.
kennyp52
27/2/2020
16:16
No idea Whitegold- like I said earlier, we are a stock. Good buy price for sure, but want to wait a bit as it's all in a strange place at the mo. Good time to make a lot of money with this nuts overreaction on the markets in general, but could also get it equally wrong. Although for longs, ace buy time.
stevedaytrader
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