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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 29.30 5,000 16:35:21
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
29.00 29.60 29.00 29.00 29.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -13.36 -3.54 116.0
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:36:14 AT 5,000 29.00 GBX

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Chaarat Gold Daily Update: Chaarat Gold Holdings Ltd is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CGH. The last closing price for Chaarat Gold was 29.30p.
Chaarat Gold Holdings Ltd has a 4 week average price of 27.50p and a 12 week average price of 26.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 32.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 18.50p.
There are currently 395,167,015 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 56,213 shares. The market capitalisation of Chaarat Gold Holdings Ltd is £115,783,935.40.
jc2706: I suspect that you are right. All indications are that our Chairman wishes to restrict dilution by keeping the share price around the 30p mark or higher. Anything that threatens that seems to stimulate his buying. The net result is that we have a reasonably stable share price rather than one that provides opportunities to trade.
jc2706: Investment is for the long term and if you are constantly looking for short term gain then you will find your investment pot rapidly disappearing. Share prices frequently don't react to things that would seem an obvious positive and then react to nothing whatsoever. This is because they are driven by sentiment and that can involve a whole host of factors that may have nothing to do with the company. It is shareholders that directly drive the share price not the company (although our Chairman has done a lot of that over the years as well). If the company is doing everything right and yet the shareholders do not reward this activity, who is to blame for the performance of the share price?
juju44: I was talking about the share price . Maybe you consider it to have made progress too. As far as I am concerned ite the share price that matters . If all their actions create no value they are irrelevant
jc2706: Juju44, You make the same comments on this and other shares all the time. The company is doing the right thing. Why not direct your opprobrium at the private investors rather than the executives as they are the ones responsible for the short term movements of the share price. In the meantime, why not make a meaningful contribution to the discussion about the company rather than the share price?
jc2706: It will come but for once I am in agreement with you juju44. Whilst it is not surprising to see a gold miner hold back for a while when gold is rising strongly it is rare for so little interest. There are some obvious trigger events that could cause the share price to respond but this is not guaranteed. Sentiment drives share prices and sentiment is a complex blend of influences. That said, an update on Kapan would be of interest as it is the only producing asset currently. The tidy side of my mind sees this coming in early July as the first quarterly report but I have no evidence for this. As the asset purchase was only completed in February, the end of March would have been too early for an update.
jc2706: I am not quite sure why there is so much concern about the share price. It is up 25% over the last 3 months and 500% over 3 years. In terms of why the share price is not progressing even further, there are a few. We haven't posted any production figures for Kapan yet. As pointed out, the mine life for Tulkubash is not ideal for funding the mine (although I expect this to be achieved) production from which has been delayed. Kyrgyzstan is not top of the list of investment destinations The market cap is higher than, for example, AAZ and the EV quite a bit higher despite the latter posting significant profits and paying a dividend. As such, it is high for a lot of PIs who prefer to 'invest' in microcaps and not appropriate for a lot of institutions. To put this in perspective, I am not negative about CGH's prospects. I believe that once figures from Kapan are produced for a few quarters and Tulkubash comes on stream, this will be worth a lot more than AAZ. Pay dividends and that will add to it. Do more deals, etc. So there are a lot of potential drivers but currently there is a drag as some take profits whilst the Labro supportive buying has dried up. I confess, unlike casual47 I think that there is some extraordinary value in some gold shares on AIM. But the one thing they share is high risk.
max244: Numis published this morning. Reiterate 40p target. Say that Ciftay’s investment is in line with Numis’ approx $250m valuation of Kyrgyz assets. They recognise the potential for upgrades but nothing more bullish than that. I know there has been much discussion as to why the share price does not move on good news. I think the long and poor history means that there is a lot of cynicism. It may well take until the company is posting proper earnings for the share price to start moving in in a more meaningful way. That will clearly begin with Kapan this year. However they may well have a significant haircut to the present value of the Tulkubash assets until we are closer to the point of actually generating cash. If someone put a company in front of you that could be 2X or 3X in 2 to 3 years time, you be very excited. It’s understandable that anyone who has been waiting five or 10 years already is inevitably more impatient.
jc2706: I suspect that the price action currently is more likely a reflection on the share price than the company. To expand, when CGH went into suspension it was on the back of a Kumtor bid which didn't materialize. However, I the meantime there was another successful bid. As a result, I am sure that there was some expectation amongst shareholders that there would be positive movement in the share price (we have seen some comments to this affect on this board). The lack of this movement is enough to make some holders sell creating more downwards pressure. I am sure that many have seen these situations before and it is a part of investing on the market. Quite often shareholders will bring to blame the BoDs despite the fact that they are delivering what was promised. It should be stated that the BoDs is responsible for establishing and implementing a strategy to the benefit of all stakeholders. It is the market to determine how that should be priced.
jc2706: For now I suspect that you are right casual47. A lot of companies shun the FSU region and it is unlikely that they will be buying in any time soon. Personally, I think that this actually provides a good opportunity, although one that you shouldn't be banking the house on. Assuming that their strategy has a positive outcome, at worst you get to the point that the company is producing excess cash that it returns as a dividend and if the share price is suppressed as a result of the location, the yield will be relatively higher than would be achieved otherwise. Of course, should the geopolitical situation change or companies revise their investment allocation then the share price will respond accordingly. In the meantime you can buy at a discounted price. Or at least that is the theory.
jc2706: It is clear that the executive team want the share price high in order to get away a fundraising with convertibles (the preferred approach) at a higher conversion price. If they rely on the Kapan deal to boost the share price there is no guarantee of success - the market may 'sell the news'. However, by buying more in a restricted price frame they can more directly influence this at relatively little cost to themselves compared with the potential impact of the dilution from a low priced convertible offering. I.e. this way they get to keep more of the pie.
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