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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% 28.00 27.00 27.50 28.75 26.75 28.75 9,581,557 16:35:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 1.1 -0.8 -0.0 - 772

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08/12/2020
15:14
85p is my target price Good luck all
juwymojo786
08/12/2020
15:09
With news its much high depending on offer. Most think 70p plus
easwarareddy
08/12/2020
15:08
That was the no news target from charts
easwarareddy
08/12/2020
15:03
What will you do..,
viku111
08/12/2020
15:03
What will u so if .57 is achieved and still no news and we're waiting on sale?
viku111
08/12/2020
15:01
55-57 is the target 🎯
cool hand kev
08/12/2020
14:58
Nice to see us back above 40s. Hopefully we'll get above 45p this time. Don't forget to set high sell limits to stop your shares being traded
easwarareddy
08/12/2020
14:26
Mo5s- yes 20K per financial year in an ISA. that’s the current limit.
2020cv
08/12/2020
14:25
Mo5s- yes 20K per year in an ISA. that’s the current limit.
2020cv
08/12/2020
13:52
What happens after the financial year end and a new year begins, does it mean you can add another 20k into the ISA?
mo5h
08/12/2020
13:37
Up up and away :)
1liam
08/12/2020
13:35
A quick change of share price direction here?
cool hand kev
08/12/2020
12:26
Me too and the Dow and the S&P 500
riotinted_specs
08/12/2020
11:09
EAS. no I just despise the fact spread betting and leveraged deals are allowed at all, whether long or short. It does distort the market. Look at the EUA situation, where it was dropping for no apparent reason...accept it was where a long bet had been stopped by spread bet company? So the idea it doesn't distort the market and that Spread bet companies only make their money on the spread doesn't really stand up to scrutiny.
harrisun
08/12/2020
11:07
And we all hate shorters and their deramps
easwarareddy
08/12/2020
11:04
Some of the sells are buys. Look carefully at the figures. Assume somebody filling an order or still collecting.
little minx
08/12/2020
11:00
I'm thinking mainly that Brexit has nothing to do with EUA and that a fall in the pound would be good, as it would increase the £ value of any $ offer. But it seems in the meantime that market turmoil can be used by the MMs to generate sales on all stocks at present. I've basically accepted that no real news is due here until the New Year - as any bid would need an EGM , which takes 2 weeks to organise anyway. I don't want to sell and be wrongfooted, as the AP (?) company looking into Monchetundra resources could drop a report at any time. So I'm in, as I have been since February. I'm not really impressed with the ever-extending timeframe here, but surely Dmitry is doing his best.
lastchanceinvestor
08/12/2020
10:56
yes and a good example why the great majority lose their shirts on spread betting is shown today at Altyn. You gamble on a share with a spread bet company....they take your money, you put a stop...then depending on their exposure they can control the market. Today for example. The news was not bad at all? But the drop there was disproportionate so a lot of 'lucky' spread punters with long bets were stopped out....you lose it all.... Then realising its overdone, you try to claw back via another position and find its closing market only. Spread bets....a license to lose money, and a distortion markets do not need. It is said spread bet companies only make their money from the margins...but not true.4 Imagine you are such a company, you know exactly how many longs in any share, exactly what your exposure is.... An RNS comes out, not too bad, but the you have far more exposure to longs than shorts, so sell into the market, drop the price, hit the stops....then closing deals only? Its like playing poker against a player who has unlimited funds and marked cards.
harrisun
08/12/2020
10:55
What about your margin call on a 30% drop?If you don't use a stop loss you'll need to have enough cash to keep covering any drop
meneither2
08/12/2020
10:48
Penn, not necessarily. Fully cover your bet and you have the same tax free position as in an ISA. Cover to 75% and you are utilising less capital for the same gain. IG currently have 25% margin on 0-22472 £/pp. It is only covering for a 5-10% drop and using stops which causes issues
sportbilly1976
08/12/2020
10:07
Yes, and a chance to lose your shirt too!
pennstreet
08/12/2020
10:02
The other way to get tax free profits is spread betting but there’s a much wider spread
cbeadle
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