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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Chaarat Gold Holdings Ltd LSE:CGH London Ordinary Share VGG203461055 ORD USD0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.80 -3.04% 25.55 25.10 26.00 27.70 26.00 27.70 46,066 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.1 -21.0 -5.3 - 123

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24/8/2020
09:20
For those who like to look at heavy machinery.... hTTps://chaarat.am/տեխնիկ;ակ‰7;ն-մ387;ջոցների-ա;րդŠ7;ակ 77;նա409;ումը/ "The modernization of technical means continues 24/08/2020: The program of modernization of technical means is already a reality in Kapan. We have recently put into operation 2 state-of-the-art dump trucks FL07 F FT 20 underground mining trucks. The latter are trendy, safe and comfortable. The concentrator was equipped with modern equipment to increase production efficiency. A new hydrocyclone 400 has been acquired, which includes 1 dividing 6 hydrocyclone. It is modernized, has the role of a classifier, helps to increase the degree of crushing. It is possible for us to provide safe, comfortable working conditions for our employees, to whom the company will continue to implement technical equipment upgrade programs; in the near future, the company's technical park will be replenished with modernized, comfortable, safe vehicles."
casual47
24/8/2020
08:12
Zippy AT trading today
casual47
23/8/2020
14:18
Another interesting and frequent "liker" on Chaarat's linkedin posts is an executive director of Verny Capital: hTTps://vernycapital.com/en He also sits on the exec committee of a Kaz gold mining company (RG Gold, projected 150k oz pa by '22-23, mainly sulfide ore, 6m oz resource). RG Gold is their only natural resources project. It was 100% owned by Verny Capital but in January 2019 RCF took an 35% equity stake. Value of total assets under management: $4 billion USD. "The target size for any single Verny Capital investment is 50 million U.S. dollars."
casual47
23/8/2020
08:40
Human nature unfortunately. Look at the morons who think Covid-19 is a hoax as part of a global conspiracy to subjugate the world. Or it is spread by 5G. Or Bill Gates wants to vaccinate microchips into everyone so the they can be tracked. (Hey morons, they can already do that through your phones!). So there is no accounting for what people will believe and there are plenty of lemmings who will willingly follow.
jc2706
22/8/2020
12:11
The thing is that there is no scientific evidence that Amulsar would be an environmental hazard (above and beyond what is normally accepted and considered safe) . All risks were mitigated for in the mine design which adhered to international and Armenian standards. There is no basis to deny the Amulsar exploitation while allowing all the other mines to remain open. The government know this.
casual47
22/8/2020
12:03
It is a potential source of revenue for the government that I am sure they could use at the best of times and these aren't those. It is hardly surprising that they would want to get this going. Whilst not directly comparable, you only have to look at the SNP's statements around net zero and oil production. They know that without the revenues from oil Scotland would be pretty much knackered as an economy (arguably it would be so even with the oil production) so their attitude becomes ever so pragmatic. Wealth trumps environment every time for governments (and most people).
jc2706
19/8/2020
19:41
Still holding out hope that QRC (Warren Gilman's resource investment company) will take up Kapan refinancing via a convertible loan. They have ~US$25m left to spend. hTTps://queensrdcapital.com/site/assets/files/3740/qrc-presentation-20-08-18.pdf
casual47
18/8/2020
21:05
Keep going Mal, it's been a long wait and progress was painfully slow under Dekel. Not long now, we'll move over 40p as soon as Mr A decides imo
2pablo
18/8/2020
21:03
If they get Tulku finance then Chaarat could be a billion dollar EV company within a few years. If they don't get finance then it will likely remain a penny share. I cannot think of a better way for e.g. EBRD to spend its Kyrgyz development budget than by investing in the Tulku project - the benefits to the Kyrgyz people will be huge and long-lasting. That said, nothing is ever easy and sometimes despite all the good-will in the world things just don't work out. Sometimes it just takes a little bit of luck. As I've said before, the first clue as to how likely Tulku finance might be could reveal itself soon: Are they getting the $19.6m refinanced or not? If they can't get money for a producing mine with a NAV of $150m then they will probably struggle with Tulku too. C'mon, Artem - get hustling!
casual47
18/8/2020
11:12
It's better to have it than not but an insurance policy is only worth what it pays out - if it's nothing (previous waiver) or only partial (10% current) then that doesn't do much in terms of mitigating the risk.
casual47
18/8/2020
11:08
Certainly nowt happening in the public eye, Casual. Latest waiver officially finishes on Aug 31st just ready for another one to be announced with the Interims. Personally, I hope there is another one to follow as they always seem like insurance policies.
2pablo
18/8/2020
10:41
That said, this side of financing 36-39p is probably a fair price. Gold at $2000/oz makes the gold in the ground at Tulku/Kyzyltash more valuable but it doesn't do much with regards to the appetite of investors to sink money into Kyrgyzstan. It's still very much a buyer's market for Kyrgyz assets, gold or other.
casual47
18/8/2020
10:36
Not sure what prevented Labro from making purchases earlier on but if they had timed it to coincide with the POG move from 1800 through to 2000+ then they could easily have driven the shareprice well into the 40s and we might have seen a good chunk of new retail investors hop on board too, making the share price support a lot more sustainable as new hands replaced older hands at higher price points. Seems a wasted opportunity.
casual47
18/8/2020
10:17
If there's no further Labro buys then the interims could be due any time from September 10th onwards. Last year they were on the 13th. So, seems unlikely we will see further Labro buys on the current waiver for 3m shares. Total shares bought: 322,773 (10.57% of the 3m allowed) Average price paid: 35.76 Highest price paid: 39.25p
casual47
17/8/2020
15:46
Almost no progress since it came out of suspension 18 months ago and thats in biggest gold bull market ever . The big team wasn't so big after all . Benbow a dodo and Dusty a dinosaur . Artem couldnt get the deals and must be embarassed about his running horse - he never mentions it now . Bottom line is they have failed to deliver
juju44
15/8/2020
13:32
Casual as I wanted the money yesterday I sold 100k ISA shares though quote excute and 50K personal though barclays and 100k same way though Sipp Hargreaves Lansdown. I have tryed buying and selling at set prices limit orders but I don't have much luck so that was the best way of getting my money before the market closed as I was reinvesteding. Its been really subdude at Cgh of late we all get are information through you/jc/Pablo with gold prices at all time high. If it was not for this chat room I think I would have sold up at a very descent profit, but I really do think this share will get to £ I just think we need to hear more from the board
sparkyboy1
15/8/2020
11:59
In the past, whenever I traded some of my Chaarat shares, I quite often managed to get that day's highest transaction price for my sale (so it showed as a buy). I just put in a limit order for a set price above which it can execute and a set expiry date. Of course, it helps if you are not too fussed about when or if it executes.
casual47
15/8/2020
11:55
Sparky, how do you sell your shares? Do you do e.g. "quote & execute" orders executed immediately or do you use e.g. limit orders which can be filled within a certain time period? With Chaarat it may be more effective to set up orders with smaller volumes (ideally e.g. 15k) and to set them as limit orders so that they can be filled more easily by an AT buyer at a higher price.
casual47
15/8/2020
11:48
Pablo it does not take much to bring this share down if it was my 3 trads it has cost me. So by me selling them it dropped the rest of my holding by over £30000 in the short term. Hopefully when I buy them shares back will the share price go back up 6.5% -? This share needs some exciting news as we seem to bounce between 30 and 39p Good luck all
sparkyboy1
15/8/2020
09:48
Apart from Covid all those imponderables (gold price, politics, financing) are not new. Up to you to make a judgement on these things and place your bets accordingly. Personally, I think they came pretty close with financing, before Covid struck. I believe they basically have the nod from the EBRD which would mean they need to fill about $40m, which is a lot more achievable than finding $78m. I can't see gold "go off the boil", in my opinion it hasn't even started to boil yet. I'm prepared for a pullback but I'm not worried about it. Kyrgyz politics are a risk but assuming you invest in other gold miners then how is this risk different from miners in Kazakhstan, Egypt, Mali, etc? The Kyrgyz are still traumatised by their 2010 revolution. They have made significant leaps forward e.g. they are one of the only developing countries to have appointed a business ombudsman (a former British ambassador to Kyrgyzstan no less). They have wrangled with Centerra but in the end it was all mouth and no trousers. If Centerra had been in Kazakhstan they would long ago have lost their investment, imo. Covid...who knows. They won't need to step up a gear much until summer 2021 with construction, assuming they get the go-ahead. Covid may still be rampant by then but if countries are still doing lockdowns then I think the problems for all of us will be far, far bigger.
casual47
15/8/2020
09:16
OK accepting that we are in this for Kyrgizstan, the trouble is that visibility of when we get into production there is very poor. We don't really know what if anything they have been able to achieve this summer, Covid is not going away any time soon and the country's health service is I imagine. not very robust. Why should it be any better next summer? Then there are other imponderables such as the political situation. They seem to be well in with this lot but two years is a long time and that could change. Then despite several references to imminent financing being tied up, the date keeps being pushed back. It is at best going to be a long haul and maybe the gold price will be off the boil by then
crapshoot2
14/8/2020
22:54
i got approx 36.5 2 x sells of 100000 & 1 x 50000
sparkyboy1
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