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
  -1.60 -5.26% 28.80 287,260 16:35:29
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
28.60 29.00 30.40 28.60 30.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -13.36 -3.54 120
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:16:36 O 1,447 28.80 GBX

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09/12/2019
08:20
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 30.40p.
Chaarat Gold Holdings Ltd has a 4 week average price of 28.60p and a 12 week average price of 28.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 38.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 18.50p.
There are currently 418,229,154 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 259,237 shares. The market capitalisation of Chaarat Gold Holdings Ltd is £120,449,996.35.
05/12/2019
11:06
jc2706: Juju44, It is called market dynamics. Prices don't move up in a straight line, which is what you seem to expect. If you are an investor then you would have done your research and taken your position. The share price doesn't change that.
14/11/2019
12:24
gorsuch: What I'm saying is, Labro appear to only buy to pump up the share price average for a capital raise, we were bobbing along at 27 until Labro started buying in early September, they are also the only reason the share price ever got to 38, now they have stopped buying the price will go down again, you only have to look at today's share trading figure 0.
14/11/2019
11:41
gorsuch: It's just that I noticed in May Labro bought all through the month, taking the share price from 26.2 up to 32, then when they stopped buying a few days later an RNS appears about capital raise, then the share price dives back down to 28 in June. the exact same scenario happened again, they start buying mid September at 30 right up to last week at around 38, they stop buying and a few days later an RNS about a capital raise, and the share price is on it's way back down.
13/11/2019
13:55
jc2706: Am I looking at the same chart? It seems to me that the share price retraces to a level above the point where Labro starts buying rather than below. This is just straight psychology. People have a tendency to sell into rises caused by share buy backs which is a safe trade but reduces the rise compared with what it could be (but a market is only possible when there are buys and sells). After the end of the buy back period people get jittery fearing that the support for the share price is over so the price falls back. However, in the long run fundamentals will dictate the price irrespective of whether there are director buys or not.
19/9/2019
08:11
jc2706: You would have thought that those contributors who continually moaned about the share price falling would be delightedly contributing about the share price rise recently.
16/9/2019
18:47
oli12: We have just closed a transformational deal with Ciftay - the benefit of being able to demonstrate a share price in the ascendancy to prospective investors is crucial. We have all seen the videos - Artem is a great salesman and his vision for Chaarat is BIG, being able to demonstrate some upward movement in the share price in the last year would be welcome even if it is Martin propping us up. I’ve said it before and I will say it again - change the name of the company - Chaarat is associated with too much negativity.
13/9/2019
11:53
jc2706: As I said, his only performance criterion is short term share price appreciation. On that basis CEY is performing appallingly and why aren't the BoD's doing something about it? (Despite the fact that it is because Blackrock are reducing). And where has anyone been jumping up and down shouting how great the share price performance has been?
13/9/2019
08:59
jc2706: casual47, Juju44 purely judges whether something is good or bad based on the immediate reaction of the share price. Ergo, this statement is 'weak' as the share price has not shot up.
09/7/2019
08:13
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?
09/6/2019
09:33
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.
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