Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Galileo Resources Plc 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
  -0.005 -1.04% 0.475 0.46 0.49 0.48 0.475 0.48 250,000 10:49:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.4 -0.1 - 2

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/9/2019
06:52
RNS from Jubilee this morning confirming full funding and timeline for their projects. Another step taken.
cmackay
09/9/2019
16:35
Imo next RNS will be the permit then all systems go! Dyor
gowski
09/9/2019
15:32
I would say at these prices, if you can wait a few months, you will be very likely to see a substantial return on invested capital. Bear in mind that AIM stocks have been decimated of late due to macro-based sentiment. That means its a perfect time to find the stocks with the most potential and get a bargain while waiting for the re-rate. I've looked at the portfolio here and weighed up the risks. I've got a fair few contacts from southern Africa, including Zambia, and NAI but I'm holding for multibag gains. That being said, I'm just a stranger on the internet. Dyor.
cmackay
09/9/2019
13:16
time to add...??
excellance
05/9/2019
22:03
It certainly wasn't me. I'm already in big.
cmackay
05/9/2019
16:05
Was that Colin buying today?
excellance
27/8/2019
20:32
If anyone is close to Colin please advise him to stop using any sentence with the words SHAREHOLDERS VALUE. It means nothing... it actually means "I don't give a damn" based on historic reports giving nothing back to shareholders on any of his companies.
andplus
27/8/2019
15:21
Zinc stocks at 5 year low, so prices really should push higher.
excellance
23/8/2019
14:46
CB's being virtually saying it's a done deal. I reckon LC is damping down CB enthusiasm, still negotiating a deal. A deal will be beneficial to both but more so to GLR IMV.
sleveen
23/8/2019
13:20
What is all yall's take on Leons latest interview? He is asked about star zinc to which he answers that it is an option but he does not sound overly excited about the JV. This could put Colin and GLR in a tough negotiation. Also JLP ha e pushed zinc production into Q2 2020 by choosing to expedite the copper processing.
deme1
22/8/2019
01:28
I am guessing placing around 0.55p. Within next 2. 5 weeks
nash81
21/8/2019
21:50
I rather jokingly predicted the first week of September for the placing but it could be next week after the bank holiday instead. The normal form would be an interview on Proactive Investors to talk about the prospects followed by a marketing exercise from the Company's two brokers. The story is good so I can see the shares being pushed up so that the placing could be done at 0.75p. GLR has enough going on that they could use £1 million for working capital and to progress other permits.
kinwah
21/8/2019
18:12
I think the high grade shallow ore is surrounded by lower grade material, probably deeper too, so revenue from this could pay for more exploration, expansion, maybe deep mining, and of course the other pockets nearby.
excellance
21/8/2019
18:07
All depends what the placing level is going to be. I suspect JLP might take part in a funding round, so they get tolling along with earnings and capital growth. Question is though, with only 6 years life of mine what has Colin got lined up with all the money GLR are going to produce out of Star?
plat hunter
21/8/2019
16:07
Still say JLP should pop in a cheeky bid for 1p.
sleveen
21/8/2019
15:44
Colin Bird has said they plan to use contract miners and contract truckers, so GLR shouldn't need to buy any kit. They'll still need working capital for about six months' operations, IMO. I make that requirement about a million quid. They raised in April, so they have money for ongoing corporate expenses for a while. But they don't have that kind of money. So either they will have to sell the rare earths project, get a loan from Jubilee or a helpful bank, or raise for that much. Probably the last one. Still, I make this share pretty compelling value.
bookwormrobert
21/8/2019
15:19
They are going to have to find a couple of million for working capital to get the show on the road. A loan is unlikely unless convertible, tho maybe an offtake agreement could provide finance from JLP...Maybe?
excellance
21/8/2019
14:45
News of a deal and a loan (rather than a placing) with the resource as collateral with JLP, would do wonders for both stocks IMV.
sleveen
21/8/2019
14:43
I'm not sure this news was unexpected, so it shouldn't really have moved the market really. I think even permitting confirmation is also expected in due course. News of a deal to monetise the ore is however of great importance probably. How much will a fleet of diggers and dumpers cost?
excellance
21/8/2019
14:39
12% vanished due to short term 5% ters or forward selling a placement by some insiders
the bull
21/8/2019
14:31
There's the jork 2012 confirmation, now they apply for a mining permit.
excellance
21/8/2019
12:20
Plus we have the rare earth in the background
gowski
21/8/2019
11:36
looking good prior to the news on the deal, this is exactly what we want to see
the bull
20/8/2019
16:36
https://twitter.com/Oilplayer2009/status/1163730695421927426
gowski
16/8/2019
04:20
Notice that Eyeguy cvnt on twitter been ramping this up for a few weeks now. Normally when he does this there's a placing round the corner! Check his history! Think that cvnt works for a broker in the city.
thewardog
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