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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Central Asia Metals Plc LSE:CAML London Ordinary Share GB00B67KBV28 ORD USD0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.20 1.57% 142.00 140.20 142.00 145.40 137.40 145.40 148,846 16:35:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 129.5 51.1 22.2 5.9 251

Central Asia Metals Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/5/2020
15:44
The Stockopedia report and recording from our webinar with Central Asia Metals (CAML), 14 May 2020 is available here: hTTps://www.sharesoc.org/seminar/sharesoc-webinar-with-central-asia-metals-caml-14-may-2020/
sharesoc
22/5/2020
21:13
Yep...the divi would good....even if it was partial.
11_percent
22/5/2020
20:13
I recently topped up at 130, can't believe the share price at the mo, very tempted to buy more as I can see this heading towards 200p again. Good luck on your buy and hope the divi gets reinstated.
simplemilltownboy
20/5/2020
23:13
Bought a few.....new for me....ride the copper price back up.
11_percent
18/5/2020
19:44
Cheers Melton Thought I'd missed some revolutionary tech.
loafingchard
18/5/2020
19:20
You won't be the only one with a high average! I'm comfortable with that and don't feel worried, except for the opportunity cost of waiting for this to return to its highs.
skeptic1
18/5/2020
10:03
Today I bought my 5th bundle of shares in CAML since 2018 but my average cost is still over 2 quid. We live in hope.
martindjzz
16/5/2020
02:16
Arf Dysg Your presence is badly missed on the DEMG thread It's all gloom and doom without you Their favorite song now is hTtps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7McpVPlidc
buywell2
15/5/2020
22:51
Oh and another thing, the cable underground from the substation to the houses is rated probably on the assumption that everyone connected won't be drawing the full load at the same time. It's called a diversity factor. So that will need an upgrade with outside charging points at the roadside too.
melton john
15/5/2020
15:47
All I know loafingchard is the greens saying gas central heating is going to be replaced by electric sometime. Together with extra demand for rapid charging points it's going to need a bit more than the 25KW that my supply is rated at. Oven, hob and shower together account for most of that. An alternative would be time switches to separate heavy loads. I had off-peak underfloor heating in a flat years ago, not greatly impressed but my missus could warm her toes under the rug. A bit like being in hospital where you control the temperature by opening windows.
melton john
15/5/2020
11:00
Melton John, Can you tell us about the electric home heating developments coming down the line ? Underfloor ?Thanks
loafingchard
15/5/2020
08:55
I'm here, waiting for all this spending on electricity supply infrastructure for home heating and electric vehicle charging. One day Rodney.
melton john
15/5/2020
08:48
What happened to the community here?! Everybody has vanished!?
skeptic1
14/5/2020
18:44
Anybody catch the webinar today? Assume it’ll be uploaded at some point but just wondered if there were any highlights
skeptic1
10/5/2020
16:17
We are hosting a ShareSoc Webinar with Central Asia Metals (CAML) on Thursday which may be of interest: hTTps://www.sharesoc.org/events/sharesoc-webinar-with-central-asia-metals-caml-14-may-2020/
sharesoc
09/5/2020
14:51
Filled a boot Thursday .... copper up nicely friday .... when CAML moves hold onto your hats.
keith95
07/5/2020
15:49
I bought in this morning at 139p, here for a medium to long-term hold hopefully.
arhaych
07/5/2020
11:50
Why doesn't someone buy CAML? I'm baffled. Valued at £250 m. Net debt end of 2019 of $80m, this year circa $60. EBITDA 90-100m this year. 14 more years production at Kounrad, longer at Sasa. Lower metal priced this year, but increasing production. Local currencies moving in CAML's favour and lower finance costs with rapidly decreading debt. If someone put in a cheeky £2.50 a share bid they might get lucky and steal the company for £430 m.
pughman
07/5/2020
07:46
Glad you are awake! A friend has recommended PXC, saying it is going to behave just like CAML in the early days, but in a safe environment, maybe going up 10 times, or more. But there’s risk attached, of course. He says that some of the directors speak of how they want to emulate CAML. Can anyone speak of the early days here and how they made their own assessment of the risk? Did you invest for the short term profit, or are there long termers? Any words are appreciated to gather my own thoughts.
goldenlady
07/5/2020
03:53
It is a long term hold Goldenlady so not that much to say between the odd RNS. Would be nice to see the dividend resume though. Makes the hold much more pleasing while we wait for the next metals bull-run!
lauders
07/5/2020
00:39
Added. Now just waiting-out the inexorable climb back to 220p... and beyond!
santar
06/5/2020
20:52
no posts since April. Is there anyone here? Is this board alive?
goldenlady
30/4/2020
12:15
“.....There is no denying that markets are sometimes efficient, but prices do not always reflect underlying business performance. One flawed but reasonable way to assess how sentiment around a company has changed is to compare the earnings per share (EPS) with the share price. During the unfortunate three years of share price decline, Central Asia Metals actually saw its earnings per share (EPS) improve by 6.6% per year. Given the share price reaction, one might suspect that EPS is not a good guide to the business performance during the period (perhaps due to a one-off loss or gain). Or else the company was over-hyped in the past, and so its growth has disappointed. It’s worth taking a look at other metrics, because the EPS growth doesn’t seem to match with the falling share price. We note that, in three years, revenue has actually grown at a 37% annual rate, so that doesn’t seem to be a reason to sell shares. This analysis is just perfunctory, but it might be worth researching Central Asia Metals more closely, as sometimes stocks fall unfairly. This could present an opportunity.....” httPS://simplywall.st/stocks/gb/materials/aim-caml/central-asia-metals-shares/news/the-central-asia-metals-loncaml-share-price-is-down-37-so-some-shareholders-are-getting-worried/
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