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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eurasia Mining Plc LSE:EUA London Ordinary Share GB0003230421 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.50 6.82% 23.50 22.00 23.00 23.00 21.75 21.75 8,247,040 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 1.1 -0.8 -0.0 - 661

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22/12/2020
15:21
The beast, I agree with you the next bubble will be cryptos but the blockchain will be used for all trading and there will be no need for exchanges which are simply criminal leeches. Cryptos are the new money. Precious metals the store of value. I hold both in physical form. Don't ever leave it on the exchanges if you want to be sure of your holdings.
charles clore
22/12/2020
14:59
Bitcoin the future I believe, pay pal installing in February
murph1969
22/12/2020
13:27
i think that sums everything up quite well
wolf4
22/12/2020
13:04
Blockchain payment systems and logistics is an excellent utilisation of that technology. Blockchain based crypto currencies are risky, not just cos you cam lose your key or be hacked but but because it's an attack on government to take your money out of their systems. As for the property market, well property is in my opinion a liability and not an asset. It needs perpetual maintenance and managing of suitable tenants, so no thanks. My son has two degrees in finance and economics and about £70,000 in student debt. He earns good money for a 25 year old but can't ever get ahead of debt repayments. His mates moved to Holland where they have some protection and don't have to repay the student finance. Our economic model is based on borrowing and perpetual growth to repay that debt, hence mass immigration, but we can't grow this way forever. We simply followed the successful USA model but obviously they have abundant lands and can grow thru immigration for another hundred years. Our currency, the GBP, is now anchored to nothing, can be simply printed at our political leaders command, and this is the way forward. Perpetual dilution of our money. The USA and EU are doing this too, and Japan. Hard commodities however can not be printed or diluted. This is why mining is now starting a multi decade bull run, a mega cycle, and if you don't own the fruits of the earth you will get left behind in perpetual slavery. We are all slaves now, but we make prisons of our own design.
excellance
22/12/2020
12:31
digital currency. No thanks. Its like complaining about manipulation of the precious metals COMEX because of the amount of paper over physical and then agreeing to a currency that exists only in the ether. Real resources and stocks for me. Quantum computing whilst making things more secure theoretically....until a faster quantum computer cracks that.
harrisun
22/12/2020
10:58
digital currency will present its own issues, one being the wallets. there was a case recently of a multi millionaire who died leaving a fortune in crypto and because nobody knew the passcode it cannot be accessed!
brad44
22/12/2020
10:45
the beast, no apologies required i think the above posts are extremely pertinent to our investment here and the more these principles are put in the public domain the better in my view
desertrat2
22/12/2020
10:24
Great points harrison, and Eku I agree with pretty much everything you wrote. I believe the next big bubble/heist will be digital currency there is no way Government can stop it's attraction though you can be sure their fingers will be in the pie robbing you of any material gains whatever form they may be? FIAT is surely due to collapse and fail, what better replacement I ask? I too feel for the youngsters but to me they are being driven/manipulated further into slavery by the brainwashing dished out by government, big tech etc? Anyway sorry for off topic all, but interesting observations and opinions so worthy of response IMO :)
thebeastofbodmin
22/12/2020
09:58
Eku I'd like to be able to disagree with you, but there is much merit in your post.
harrisun
22/12/2020
09:53
harrison, the truth is that slavery was never abolished. It was emancipated/socialised. Instead of a particular slave owner, the state owns all slaves. They are given the illusion of freedom, but the only freedom is the ability to switch what you are slaving over. You still have to work, now your partner has to work, now you have to work longer hours. Big business has engineered the pandemic to take over all business roles. Small businesses were usurping the slave model. All small businesses mush be destroyed and those usurping the system returned to slavery working for the mega corporates ran by the 1%. Once you understand these principles, it becomes a lot easier to predict the tax changes. The buy to let had the writing on the wall 15 years ago. The numerous adverts for getting into buy to let should have been a warning for you. Suck in the money then tax it out of the slaves hands. Of course, real wealth is not about owning money. It's about owning the system.
ekuuleus
22/12/2020
09:45
Whats worse is CGT is likely to increase to 40% in the next Budget to help pay for Covid
underhill2
22/12/2020
09:44
It is a AIM rule that a declaration of holdings be made if over a certain percent threshold. Seen as market transparency and allows others to see if someone is stake building to use as an advantage.Very encouraging sometimes to see someone slowly buiding a large position but still have to make your own mind up.
soilderboy
22/12/2020
09:39
the beast. I had a small portfolio of 9 properties, now down to 2. They ripped the heart out of buy to let and CGT makes it now a poor investment if you can't shield from CGT. I have a tenant in a little house valued at around £300,000, the tenant requires an extra bedroom and I'd be happy to upgrade....but for CGT! its crazy. if I sell for £300k, I Pay CGT against purchase price of £56k, but where the value of that £56k is not protected by indexation which used to occur. I'd have a CGT tax bill of 28% on £244K £68,320 tax, leaving capital of £231,680, that I so not enough to even buy back the property they are in, let alone move them to a house with an extra bedroom which would cost around £375,000+costs. Even more ridiculous is the fact that long term residential landlords are penalised more than short term speculators, let alone the increasing bureaucracy weighted against the landlord. There used to be taper relief and after 10 years letting/ownership your CGT would be 10% having earned that allowance year by year....but ALL taken away in retrospective taxation, something supposedly illegal. mr Brown did away with indexation relief and taper relief at the same time, even though many like myself had earned maximum relief from the tax reliefs ALREADY EARNED. Its even crazier now, because no indexation relief means you can spend £300,000 on a little property, 20 years time even if the property has only increased to £450,000 which is likely to be less real value than the original £300k of purchasing power, yet you'd pay CGT on the £150k. Property too high now anyway, supported by government more than anyone else in an attempt to sustain a high value property market, and buoyed by getting youngsters to over extend themselves on over priced property, based on tiny interest rates that will not be sustainable with the ever increasing devaluation that is taking place. That's why resource stocks for me are a good hedge against fiat currencies where in the main the West's economy based on growth is no longer sustainable, requiring more and more devaluation, and where the US dollar which has only held up because it was a petrocurrency....is being replaced worldwide. Society like ours where I've seen the working week INCREASE for many, which is nuts! 20 years ago we were sold the idea that increased leisure time would mean the working week decreasing, but instead we have a society where some people are working longer hours than they did 20 years ago, and then others don't have a job at all. A recipe for social unrest. In my opinion this is why climate change has been usurped in order to create artificial growth in renewables, forcing people out of choice of what vehicle they can buy, what boiler, etc. etc., but even that will not keep economies going, and self set ultra low interest rates which are the equivalent of manipulating a market are not sustainable. You can bet your money its the youngsters who have overextended themselves because they have no real option, and where their outgoings are based on tiny interest rates, will yet again the casualty of failed policies, where no doubt foreclosures will follow and where many are already saddled with massive student loan debt. With copper and precious metals inevitably costing more and more of the fiat money to get out of the ground, the manipulation on Comex will fail, as the amounts of paper gold and other paper metals will be seen to be the con it has been and where in the real world if it costs a lot more to produce it must cost a lot more to buy. Hang on to your resource stocks imo. Happy Christmas
harrisun
22/12/2020
09:32
What the f@ck has that got to do with anything?? Go away you little scrote
mgellie
22/12/2020
09:31
Microsaic Systems has closed its failed Formal Sale Process: "without securing any definitive offer for the Company or any other solution which would provide sufficient funding for the Company to pursue its business plans" https://www.investegate.co.uk/microsaic-systems--msys-/rns/end-of-formal-sale-process/202012220700024424J/ this was launched on July 29th, a full four weeks after Eurasia Mining opened theirs. Best of the Best plc remains in a Formal Sale Process after launching on June 17th. Is it time Best of the Best and Eurasia Mining called time on their Formal Sale Processes? Asagi (short EUA)
asagi
22/12/2020
09:28
Guys. I've had these since May 2015 (not complaining!) but living up to my name, can someone explain the relevance (if any)of these constant RNS's. Thanks.
dumbo4
22/12/2020
09:16
Thanks, I'm just glad to be back in...
fillupmaz
22/12/2020
08:59
Buying property can be a minefield at thebest of times never mind with all the madness currently going on?
thebeastofbodmin
22/12/2020
08:53
Nice one Philip , I'm sure a far superior property will become available very soon ..
garryvaughan
22/12/2020
08:51
Just released an 8.3 RNS. I bought back 1mil shares yesterday. Well I sold the shares to buy a property I wanted but didn't get it so I'm back in... Hoping for the news we are all waiting for soon.
fillupmaz
22/12/2020
08:50
This pattern has been played on this share time and time again.Funny how a little while back when millions were bought DIDNT move a muscle.Tells me this is being accumulated.Good sign
murph1969
22/12/2020
08:49
Nice one Phil!!!
mgellie
22/12/2020
08:49
big fish, before the french flag was the tricolor, it was literally a white flag.
ekuuleus
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