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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
  -0.10 -0.36% 27.90 27.50 29.00 29.01 26.25 28.50 20,657,483 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 1.1 -0.8 -0.0 - 770

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22/12/2020
22:30
Take a look at CHF please and see you on that bb
excellance
22/12/2020
22:12
Perhaps 🤔 we have DFS news tomorrow
cool hand kev
22/12/2020
20:40
excellance, that's exactly why I like the Mirasol Resources prospect generator model as it spreads the risk and gets the project partners funding the drilling so none of the constant dilutions through constant fundraising. Less bang for your buck if they do hit but isn't it about 0.5% of pm/pgm exploration companies end up being an actual producing mine, perhaps even less? 22m market cap with 14m in the bank and currently a company share buy back scheme underway with just a 50m ish share float. They might not hit in any of the projects but odds considerably improved and most of the risk and financing of removed. Lets be honest though, pm/pgm stocks have been a poor risk/reward overall for the last couple of decades on the whole. If you get a 20% rise in a pm stock everyone starts calling for a pullback/retracement/backtest/gapfill etc whereas for a tech stock it can go up five fold in a week or two and people just shrug. Take that HUT8 mining I mentioned, has given me 136% return in a week so my best performing 'miner' and it mines nothing other than f#@7*#g bitcoin in an air conditioned building. Still I'm mid fifties so I sort of feel stuck in what I know like you. Anyway good luck all on EUA.
yikyak
22/12/2020
20:25
The beast - may I return the compliment and offer you my next 50-bagger crypto, Theta. It has a unique use case streaming media over the internet. It's a bit tricky to get your head around but once you do, you will see where it is going. Currently sitting at just over $1 it has huge potential for growth. Well worth researching imho.
charles clore
22/12/2020
20:19
sound advice
ekuuleus
22/12/2020
20:04
There really are a lot of opportunities, some better than others. I have learned that it is just as important to avoid unreasonable risk rather than to find golden opportunities, and it's tricky to know which one a specific share price offers. Take EUA at 0.50p for example. Did that offer risk or opportunity? How about at 6p, 22p, 43p? Obviously the game is all about removing risk and creating real tangible value, and it appears that EUA are derisking to a point where maximum value can be extracted for holders at zero risk. Text book stuff. Lovely close today, maybe an update tomorrow?
excellance
22/12/2020
19:46
Yes, an extremely long wait. I recall in 2008 they were hoping to get WK up and running but the financial crash came along and nearly killed this company. Obviously Anglo bailed, and we took full advantage re MT. Still, from tiny acorns do mighty oaks grow, and we can see similar time spans at ARM or Apple who grew over decades and had many turns on the way. Currently I'm looking for saplings rather than acorns cos I dont have another 20 years to wait, or maybe some tiny big hitting exploration companies. I think I've got a few now in my portfolio, no banking or oil these days, just copper, gold, PGMs with a sprinkling of hydrogen. I am beginning to silt towards growth and yield and not simply growth.
excellance
22/12/2020
19:26
excellance, thank you. Unfortunately not but I've got non active investor friends that I put into it way back then that are now absolutely over the moon at their sudden and unexpected windfall, especially during such a tough time. Really pleased it finally worked out for all, albeit a very long wait.
yikyak
22/12/2020
19:14
Welcome back yikyak, good to see you return to an EUA bb. Do you still have an interest here after 20 years or are you long gone?
excellance
22/12/2020
19:09
Was it a close above 35.7 we needed to get to then push to next leg up with charts. I think darkstar our resident chart expert said. Looks like we've hit it
easwarareddy
22/12/2020
19:03
I think btc is over hyped garbage and doesn't in any way deliver the anonymity that people claim........and I said exactly the same when it was about $4 arggggghhh. Still, fomo is a powerful force so I hedged via TSX listed HUT8 a week ago as I've got no interest in holding bitcoin myself just in case the btc buyers go even more full retard! Wouldn't suggest buying it now though after the run but consider it an option if it pulls back hard for small money if you also want a hedge against stupidity. The one I think does have supurb upside 'potential' with very limited downside risk is TSXV:MRZ htTps://mirasolresources.com/
yikyak
22/12/2020
18:54
With you Charles on that, and keep a small amount of Cryto on a ledger X for security. Take a look at ARB (no ramp intended) if your interested in a crypto miner on LSE.
thebeastofbodmin
22/12/2020
18:12
EUA all the way!
picklednuts
22/12/2020
17:50
Good points well made Ek bit I'm hedging my bets and no matter what happens to fiat currency, cryptos are a hedge. Tax or no tax.
charles clore
22/12/2020
17:47
bitcoin is decentralised. There is no owner. That's the point. When you make a transaction, it has to be recorded in several nodes. It can then not be undone, but it can be traced. If there is an issue with a contract, e.g. widget not to standard, then you would have to arrange a refund. If it's a dodgy trader, then block chain does make it a lot harder for that trader to hide. Overall, it's a big step forward to trusting the counter party.
ekuuleus
22/12/2020
17:44
charles, go and try buy some bitcoin through a UK broker without proving who you are. Oh yes, AML, of course. And a little KYC rules. block chain retains every transaction, so even if you manage to be anonymous now, 10 years later they may trace you. When they say they will tax the agent if the original owner cant be found, the agent will give you up in a jiffy. What gives bitcoin some legitimacy is that issuance is not in the control of governments. That gives it some stability that pure fiat currencies like dollars or pounds don't have. The other area is cost of money. using a bank costs money. raising money via a stock issuance costs 10 to 15%. Cutting the middle men out (bankers) is possible using block chain. At least, in the short term. At the end of the day, currency gives you 2 benefits. First is that it halves the base complexity of any deal. Instead of swapping your carrots for spanners, you only have to worry about your product, carrots. After establishing a price for your carrots, only people who want carrots will come to you and even if their product is spanners, you no longer have to worry about the counter party's product. Instead of knowing 1000's of products you need to know just one. The effective complexity is a minute fraction compared without currency. The second benefit is the time benefit. My carrots are ready but rotting because you have nothing to trade. 3 months later the counter party beef are rotting because you have nothing (other than rotten carrots) to trade. Over a longer time frame, I can work in my good years, have a pension and not work in old age. The question then becomes what to use to represent value. Governments are proving untrustworthy to work for the common good. What point should I save currency if the value of that currency can be devalued? It's a lack of trust in government and the fiat currency they issue that is principally driving bitcoin. The other driving factors are lower transaction costs and resistance against fraud. Those traceable transactions are what corporate and people want. What is concerning is the misuse by government.
ekuuleus
22/12/2020
17:34
ps nice finish to the day btw!!!
brad44
22/12/2020
17:26
Ex, I heard that Manchester City are looking to embrace the use of Litecoin LTC at their outlets
brad44
22/12/2020
17:20
Blockchain stock market engine seems perfect, but will those dusty old criminals who run the market platforms allow such common sense to prevail? Of course not. Not unless they can keep an inside track to maintain control, I mean order. It is crypto currencies that I have an issue with. Not only is it very exclusively for tech nerds rather than grannies or low IQ average John, but it can be divided and split infinitely at the whim of its shady controllers. So it can't be mainstream, can only ever be a play thing for techno snobs who like the concept of taking virtual gaming currency into the real world. If bitcoin, the best known crypto, has issue, who do you go to? Who owns the bitcoin protocol? How do I get redress and who from? No, it's way too clandestine to have real value, tho obviously there is still a lot of growth potential as interest grows and more numpties plough their savings into it. Good luck to them.
excellance
22/12/2020
17:13
Yeah exactly, that's best policy. In fact I'll do the same this tax year.
sarumike
22/12/2020
17:10
Capital gains are by self declaration . I don't expect to declare any myself as I would only plan to draw down mine and the wife's annual tax free allowance but you never know!
charles clore
22/12/2020
16:53
Brad I have not experienced adverse so far. Touch wood.
snoopy12
22/12/2020
16:51
Phil, really sorry to hear about the house, hope you find a better one or two or three soooon. GLA. Think we're heading back to the forties!!
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