Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Galileo Resourc LSE:GLR London Ordinary Share GB00B115T142 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.405p 1.38p 1.43p 1.405p 1.405p 1.405p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.4 -0.7 - 4.28

Galileo Resourc Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/7/2018
16:55
How very dare you!
sleveen
11/7/2018
12:51
COME ON CROATIA TONIGHT !!!!!!!!!! You can beat us lol
snakesbelly
11/7/2018
09:37
Not at the moment; markets too quiet, news now will get a very muted response unless an instit starts to buy.
ginko3
10/7/2018
15:26
I agree, 2.5 - 3p very sharpish if we get that news, IMO
cyberbub
10/7/2018
14:34
If the Glenover news we're hoping for comes out before then 2p should look cheap.
on target
10/7/2018
13:54
2p by close this Friday is my target
snakesbelly
10/7/2018
13:51
I was thinking that too OnTarget, it's a bit of a shame to see the BB infested by tantruming teenagers as the school holidays approach.I don't see any reason for a further placing, the company just raised £500k a couple of months ago, which should be enough to last until the end of the year I would think. Obviously the hope is by that time that cash flow from Glenover will have removed the need for any further placings.Time will tell.DYOR etc
cyberbub
10/7/2018
13:16
Lots of posters of a certain 'character' have turned up and are ramping it on random threads. I guess that means another placing is in the works?
on target
10/7/2018
13:03
Which one of you was the 600 shares then?
on target
10/7/2018
12:58
Ive also just bought this very excited over the next coming days
snakesbelly
10/7/2018
12:42
Bought into this have total faith in the Bird think we could test new highs soon over 12p
thegoldfish1
09/7/2018
14:10
Be careful what you wish for .. lol
ginko3
09/7/2018
13:47
Could do with some news here. Aren't we overdue something on Glenover?
on target
06/7/2018
19:23
There are only 300M shares in issue here (plus a reasonable number of options and warrants to be fair). But the current fully diluted market cap of approx £6M will look very cheap if the phosphate deal comes off... never mind the Star ZincNo advice intended etc etc
cyberbub
05/7/2018
12:43
Looking good..
on target
30/6/2018
09:50
You're welcome, I did think you were saying so but I thought others may read here and if it helps them understand the processes then that's good. And I enjoy the sound of my own voice as long as I know what I'm talking about ;) I give the benefit of the doubt that the players involved have a certain level of competence. This logically concludes to me that the potential variance in sample quality at scale would not be a deal breaker.
cmackay
29/6/2018
23:35
Thanks yes, that's essentially what I was saying in my post.I doubt that Galileo would have agreed to a lengthy process to test small- and large-scale samples if they didn't expect it to be acceptable to the buyer.We'll see soon!
cyberbub
29/6/2018
19:17
Cyberbub, using my experience of agriculture to draw a parallel:- To gauge the pH level of a field, one takes a sample from 4 corners along with a 5th sample from the centre, each of a kilo. A fairly simple but long to explain process of division and addition follows, in order to get the 'average' pH of a nuanced ecological environment. While this gives you an idea of how, if at all, you will need to adjust pH, it doesn't mean that you would get the same pH level at every point of the field. The topsoil isn't homogeneous so fluctuating readings would occur from spot sampling. Now to the phosphate samples. The same concept would apply; an initial sample gives you an idea of what your content is but further sampling will give a more accurate perspective. However even sampling will only give you an average content, and therefore educated estimates are the best you can get before actual processing is completed. Just like the game battleships, you might find a hit in B3, for instance. It doesn't necessarily follow that every square will result in a hit. That being said, I've recently increased my holding by almost 50%, but as always dyor.
cmackay
29/6/2018
18:05
If a smaller sample of phosphate worked fine, can anyone think of a reason why a multi-ton sample wouldn't work? Is it to do with (potential) variability of quality or grade in a larger sample? If all is well, then GLR will be on track for something very rare for a junior AIM miner... CASH FLOW!
cyberbub
29/6/2018
17:06
It can't be much longer to go, news next week I suspect.
cmackay
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