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EEE Empire Metals Limited

9.40
-0.15 (-1.57%)
28 Feb 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Empire Metals Limited LSE:EEE London Ordinary Share VGG3036T1012 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.15 -1.57% 9.40 9.30 9.50 9.55 9.40 9.55 1,237,569 08:37:09
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Gold Ores 0 -1.16M -0.0024 -39.17 46.28M
Empire Metals Limited is listed in the Gold Ores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EEE. The last closing price for Empire Metals was 9.55p. Over the last year, Empire Metals shares have traded in a share price range of 1.60p to 14.25p.

Empire Metals currently has 492,364,368 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Empire Metals is £46.28 million. Empire Metals has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -39.17.

Empire Metals Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/2/2024
16:15
Must be getting near some news on pitfield ? would steady the ship.
wisteria2
28/2/2024
13:16
I have just contacted the company via their contact form on the website.
I have requested that they keep the website updated, I.e. removal of Gindalbie.
Mainly I have asked that the list of Significant Investors is updated more frequently.

The latter point could prove quite interesting if implemented.

smart48
28/2/2024
12:48
10 ticks for your post mrpiggy and not a word about how well the company is doing all you need to do is to use the word troll!
I guess everyone is buying elsewhere today due to lack of posts

arab3
28/2/2024
12:43
Quite right MrP - another one for the bin.
petersinthemarket
28/2/2024
07:35
I seriously dont know why you engage with that muppet!
He registered on ADVFN yesterday and trolled 7 companies, only troll posts.
That is what the filter button is for!

mrpiggy
27/2/2024
23:03
AIMSCAM....Yes indeed...a lot on AIM is "Lifestyle Cos." and some "realAIMscams too!
To be fair most are "striving" to find the "gold at end of rainbow" as are we!

I would say...I like to diversify in my investment shares....and with the pot that I am allocating...most is indeed in AIM....which is down about 50% in the last 2 years....and because I am split between 50 odd shares...indeed I am down about 50% too...............funny that ...lol!

...I have had my "moments" over the last 50 odd years investing...and I'm happy to put a bit here in EEE (I do like to hold a Core and trade besides).....

...so we are low at volume trading days and awaiting the core news....but IMO the 100k seller has "changed" his mind on off loading at least....so I bought a 40k top up (to trade) today for now!

It's all about making "survival decisions" when one doesn't know for sure....and I so trust this company's BOD....and I 99% agree with Manlord's views.....

....for me I am comfortable to be "IN EEE" as my no.1 £investment.....but not my "One and only"

...hope that helps some!

GLA

sipptrader88
27/2/2024
21:02
Could you elaborate on the lies AIMSCAM or do you just like throwing out random statements with no factual information?
mischief12
27/2/2024
20:19
We've got ourselves another troll, what do his employers know ?
bspgamer
27/2/2024
19:35
Another scam company living of lies
aimscam1
27/2/2024
17:00
80p coming needs to fill the GAP
apotheki
27/2/2024
16:59
8p coming needs to fill the gap .
aimscam1
27/2/2024
16:58
thanks for clarifyinhg Geko
onedayrodders
27/2/2024
15:59
Yes, he said in a fairly recent interview that the kaolin find was being put on ice as the priority is to define the Titanium resource. It's pretty inevitable that one of our drill programs WILL turn up a significant copper find given the historical copper mining in the Pitfield area!
mrpiggy
27/2/2024
15:53
Lets hope that the next bunny out of the hat is the certainty bunny . I like Bunny but the kaolin evaporated as did the copper so you never know for sure until you know for sure
juju44
27/2/2024
15:25
MrPiggy, Posts crossed. I think the point OneDayRodders is making is that 'rabbit out of the hat' implies the unexpected whilst the newsflow we are awaiting is expected. We don't know the exact grades and composition but they clearly have enough information to consider an end product or products likely feasible and economic.
geko5trade
27/2/2024
15:19
Puzzler2, Agree with your sentiment. I can't see the double bottom though different charting sites do seem to pull information from slightly different sources and it effects end of day position. The right shoulder of the h and s didn't break up through 10 as there has clearly been a seller, or more likely sellers, at 10 so it has just stayed in a rectangular pattern. However support has moved up from 9, now about 9.3. This is all short term if one zooms out a little and looks medium term, ie back to September of 23, the upward trend is unbroken and volume balance remains positive. (Of course going back a few months by modern PI standards is now considered ultra long glacial term rather than medium!) Usually the kind of block we are seeing at 10 clears if the underlying company news flow is sound. I agree with OneDayRoddders in that we don't need or expect a rabbit, (no offence to Juju), I just think we need to continue to see execution of the clearly stated plan. That may seem boring after one of the largest Ti discoveries on the planet, fundraise and top level appointments but, in the words of Colonel Potter, 'That's good enough for me!...)
geko5trade
27/2/2024
15:11
You have answered your own question there ODR re juju!I think the paragraph below is the rabbit she is expecting bunny to pull from the hat!particularly on the outcome from our recent mineralogical and metallurgical studies, in the very near future.
mrpiggy
27/2/2024
14:42
Not sure what 'bunny's' you are expecting

Sean has made the plan quite clear

....By rationalising the Company's portfolio, the Board can apply all of the Company's energy and resources on Pitfield as it targets a maiden resource in 2024, and the construction of a demonstration plant in the following year. I look forward to providing an update on our progress at Pitfield, particularly on the outcome from our recent mineralogical and metallurgical studies, in the very near future."

onedayrodders
27/2/2024
10:40
Not sure I agree - the share price has bounced off a double bottom around 9p and is now in a gentle upward channel - looks OK to me and indicative of a market quietly waiting for the next news instalment.

juju44
27 Feb '24 - 08:33 - 8443 of 8449
Starting to look rather tired here . Time for Bunny to pull a rabbit out of his hat

puzzler2
27/2/2024
10:15
Yes saracen3 all small cap brokers are on the floor with this small cap bear market which will soon be two and half years old. With the end of the tax year approaching there is the usual bear phase but with potentially better times post Easter it is worth buying the dips of the shares that are sound like of course Empire!
apotheki
27/2/2024
09:51
Who is ticking saracen down , he is only posting his thoughts on here which do not have any effect on the share price ?
arab3
27/2/2024
09:01
Wondering if the selling is brokers shares issued in lieu of fees.

Hard to believe that small cap or mining brokers are not struggling without deal flow.

saracen3
27/2/2024
08:40
So its Friday then . I,ll have to wait
juju44
27/2/2024
08:39
Or a GAP filling!
apotheki
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