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Emed Mining LSE:EMED London Ordinary Share CY0000100319 ORD 0.25P
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Mining -8.72 -0.70 5
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lucky punter: Acamas 4.75p was just part of the journey. I thought at the time it was a good price and I still think it is a good price. I participated in the funding for the restart; that was important for me. I have some shares over 5p and some at 3.53p, I value them all the same and they were all relative to the information and the sentiment at the time. I generally buy when a share price is depressed and will continue until events turn the share price. I have never lost enthusiasm for Emed because the company has continued to over deliver on every front. I know exactly what to expect from the AIM and the gambling micro investors that pollute it. Hopefully they will have no interest at £1.20+ and will move on rapidly.
dyfiman: Interesting piece of info..... courtesy of Eagle1 who posted on the LSE BB. Emed/Atalaya's share price on the Toronto TX was up 18.75% this evening (their time). Am I right in thinking that our Albert was presenting over there ?? Also caught Albert's presentation here in UK via U-Tube.... thanks to it being posted by Wanderer on ADVFN. Was impressed by the man, by his description of what's going on at the mine ..... and what's in store down, the line, for long-suffering shareholders yearning for a decent bumpup in the share price that matches a lot of rhetoric about Emed/Atalaya's rosy future. Happy weekend to all, Dyfi. END
lucky punter: I see no reason for consolidation to make any difference to the share price. The value does not change and it is likely to attract new money to Atalaya. If people think it will go down because some others have in the past then maybe they should sell now and buy back in on the fall. I suspect some have done that already. I can see absolutely nothing wrong with Alberto's performance as a CEO; I think he has been outstanding. The achievements are massive and it is no coincidence that the mire Harry left this company in was washed away when Alberto arrived. Whinging and bleating about news flow is pathetic you can only release it once and the Emed share price has held up well against others.
iankn73: "I would like the share price to stay here for a bit longer" Yes - I would also like for the share price to languish around this range for a little bit longer, so that I can average down, as I like most punters have an endless amount of cash to throw at this stock. My average is approx 5.75, so a bit to go before I break even unfortunately. I really do feel for the long termers whose average is way off the current share price I expect to see a significant amount of comms from Atalaya after the share consolidation on 21st Oct. If I don't I will have to consider dumping my holding, as I have held onto this for approx 3 years now and would have been better parking my funds with a peer to peer lender like Funding Circle offering an 8% gross yield annual interest rate, with less stress. As for LP. The only words that seem to springs to mind are "What a self righteous %@~%"
mds2028: a good repost charlieeee share options are only taken up when they are in profit and when the holder wishes to action, at the moment he hasn't paid a penny for those options and they simply don't count. options are just a bonus for management to remain focussed on delivering share performance. consolidation would be wise next year, when the share price won't drop immediately it is actioned. Funds will not touch is until we are producing and the 'sentiment' towards CU has changed. Consolidating next year when openly in profit and targeting the FTSE350 would have been logical. Unfortunately our advisors need there xmas bonuses and saw an opportunity. Husbod the share price situation has everything to do with the CEO, dreadful communications, ammortorish RNS's, resource updates expected in May then nothing and not even a date when we will be informed in what he knows and some of our iii's also know. Wasting money on consolidation that will drop the share price even further. LTH leaving has been because of these factors fact, without these factors they wouldn't have left and so the buyers would have had to pay more for their stock, fact. The share price will rise when they start communicating the good news, I totally understand that this is now being held back due to rebranding of the titanic, but unless the communication style changes the 'sentiment' will not change until divi's our announced. My expectations are very low and I am now looking two years out until we start to see share price movement
mds2028: LP could you please explain quote 'Volume is ridiculous and liquidity is tight; it would suit the company if there is selling through consolidation as it allows some larger better informed shareholders to enter.' If 'larger informed' investors mop up the small PI's would that not produce a situation that the Volume and Liquidity would actually reduce? as surely as you say a 'larger better informed shareholder' wouldn't be selling as the story unfolds, and if the 'larger better informed shareholder' don't sell, then Volume and Liquidity would reduce, especially in light of the share consolidation. I totally appreciate the 'trading' pocket money brigade has brought us down to these prices, but it will also be them who take us back up again, as investors invest into a company and its future, however they don't necessarily allow the share price to move. I see no benefit in the share consolidation other than fat fees for our city advisors. Until we are targeting a FTSE350 entry we shouldn't have wasted time and money on the consolidation, without question the share price will drop. And with LP's inside information (which we can't rely on as such updates should be shared through RNS) it would seem we as shareholders will be starved of positive information until Dec / Jan, which could lift the share price back to the fund raising price. LP I look forward to your explanation of the benefits of the 'larger better informed shareholder', as for me it defies all logic for the growth of the share price As I have said before the share price will only grow on resource update (which has been smoke signalled to us as not being as good as AL portrayed back in May) and dividend pay outs which are at least two years away. Our III's aren't interested in divi's just their discounted Off takes, which is why they are spending the money on upgrades before we have stabilised the business financially at 5MTPA. If copper doesn't stabilise at the right price we will have to raise money again, that is the gamble the iii's are taking as it doesn't matter to them, it will only dilute the return for PI's not them with their discounted Off takes. We know Al is not good with finances, he hadn't saved enough money to pay his own tax bill, hence he has been unable to invest himself in EMED (or that's the reason he is giving, why after one year as CEO he's not invested £0.05 into the company). So knowing he isn't good with finances, it isn't surprising he has gone ahead with the iii's gamble to get us to 9.5MTPA to deliver them their discounted off takes, with the risk that we will have to raise money within the year.
laurence llewelyn binliner: I's all down the price of copper now, after 5 years permitting here, the upside for us is we can survive with sub $2.00 copper, even @ $1.90, but as we ramp up we just won't be making much money, and there won't be any added value to the share price We do have a number of new potential resources, but unless the copper price upturns, we might as well just sit on them until it's value adding to start digging them up, there's little point to mining to break even and just keep the lights on and pay the wages. With other global projects getting mothballed, sold off, grades dropping, this will sometime down the road result in a contraction on the supply side, which in turn will drive the price of copper, it's a matter of how long this takes to start to impact, 3,6,9,12 months..?, and with the consolidation round the corner there is more scope for the share price to drift faster than it is now. All that said, we are very well positioned to ride the storm with no bank debt and we won't be hitting peak production until 2016/2017, we will survive, but it's whether you want to watch a drifting share price while we are in the doldrums with the copper price. Copper now @ $2.25/lb YTD Copper -26% YTD EMED -45%
charlieeee: Mining Capital breakfast conference 29th September at the Brewery, 52 Chiswell Street, London EC1Y 4SD. "Joining us for this event will be share price Angel mining analyst John Meyer, EMED Mining (AIM: EMED) & Galantas Gold (AIM:GAL, TSX:GAL), African Potash (AIM:AFPO). Further presenting companies will be announced in the coming week. EMED Mining (AIM:EMED - Market Cap: £131m) is a European exploration and development company focused on the redevelopment of a historic open pit copper mine in southern Spain. The reconstruction and refurbishment of the processing facilities are largely complete and EMED has signed offtake agreements for the first 15 years of production. With all key permits now in place and a £65 million funding successfully completed back in June, EMED Mining is now looking to commence commercial production very shortly. Chief Executive Alberto Lavandeira will be at the conference to outline the current opportunity for EMED Mining" So, really cranking up the PR machine now and using the words "commercial production very shortly" as opposed to "producing concentrate". C
mds2028: so LP you see very little higher value in the share price if you are predicting a little above £1.20 as at the moment the share price will be £1.125 in a month's time. I love the use of 'well above', £1.32 could be 'well above' then again some might see £1.80 as well above. Hard to fail with such use of words. Unless of course it will go down which EMEDs track record of performance against news is very likely LOL. As I have said before, we will stay flat over all until we pay divis and then it is a share of interest while we remain on AIM. Lets not forget the resource up date went from being told substantial back in May and soon to be published, to oh its not so good so we will give a lame excuse not to share as the share price will react badly. To confirmation its not so good that its now been leaked to Shareprophets to control our expectations to only a 20% increase. Our value is linked to CU and future Divis if Traf allow the company to pay divi's and not expansion so they get more discounted off takes
acamas: lp, Why do you rubbish your own kind? We on this bulletin board are all plebs in relation to the major shareholders who really hold sway. We are the artisans not they who sit at the high table. I hope you are proved to be correct with time but recently your forecasts for the share price have been as good as the majority of horse racing tips in the newspaper the odd correct selection here and there. You were telling us it was a good price at the last placing all I have seen it do since is slip backwards. If Traf. wants they can hold the share price down and reap profit for the copper alone we all are aware of this as a possibility. I have watched a number of consolidations on AIM go sour following a bout of shorting. We have no guarantees with Atalaya lets see what the Market makes of it when it happens and it will. This mine has gone bust before and prior to that Rio Tinto said enough is enough and cleared off to Oz. I do not see this as a sure fire winner it still has to earn its spurs. What is happening with the share price is not a confidence builder for the future. One needs courage to buy in at these levels because there is a chance after consolidation the share price might still fall further. I hope not of course but in any share investment it is a two way street
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