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GCM Gcm Resources Plc

2.125
-0.125 (-5.56%)
27 Feb 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gcm Resources Plc LSE:GCM London Ordinary Share GB00B00KV284 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.125 -5.56% 2.125 1,406,303 16:14:40
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.05 2.20 2.225 2.05 2.225
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Coal Mining Services -1.32M -0.0056 -3.79 5.04M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:16:28 O 266,087 2.175 GBX

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Posted at 27/2/2024 08:20 by Gcm Resources Daily Update
Gcm Resources Plc is listed in the Coal Mining Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GCM. The last closing price for Gcm Resources was 2.25p.
Gcm Resources currently has 237,825,076 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Gcm Resources is £5,041,892.
Gcm Resources has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -3.79.
This morning GCM shares opened at 2.23p
Posted at 19/2/2024 17:27 by shortjohn
Hahahahahahahaha

When the share was at 46p in 2006

Same as gcm

Most of the people have been glued at the highest price and he is looking at the past few weeks price

When did you invested at 0.3p ?? it NEVER touched this price mytho


adamk87
Posts: 3,587
Price: 2.05
No Opinion
RE: Not very wise owlToday 16:57
Some people think directors are hard to get a hold.

I used to have hours long discourse with ceo of metals exploration (mtl) couple years ago who in as many words used to assure me everything was cool, which turned out to be true (i invested at 0.3p and today it’s close to 3p).

Some of them are super cool and very approachable. Multiple email addresses are available on most update rns and are always worth a try.






adamk87
Posts: 3,587
Price: 2.05
No Opinion
RE: Not very wise owlToday 16:57
Some people think directors are hard to get a hold.

I used to have hours long discourse with ceo of metals exploration (mtl) couple years ago who in as many words used to assure me everything was cool, which turned out to be true (i invested at 0.3p and today it’s close to 3p).

Some of them are super cool and very approachable. Multiple email addresses are available on most update rns and are always worth a try.
Posted at 19/2/2024 08:50 by shortjohn
This is the same info available on wikipedia for years

Propaganda

Nothing new

So good news that the share price is DOWN

Hahahahahahahahahahahah

Searcher
Posts: 38,334
Price: 2.10
No Opinion
RE: Phulbari Coal Fired Power Plant IIToday 08:02
Probably just worth re-posting this article from Friday... nice to see the timelines fit in with what was said in the GCM end of year report .....

"The 2,000MW thermal project, Phulbari Coal Fired Power Plant II is expected to get commissioned by 2027. It is being developed by Power Construction Corporation of China; GCM Resources. The project is currently in permitting stage. Power Construction Corporation of China; GCM Resources is the owner of the project."

hxxps://www.power-technology.com/data-insights/top-5-thermal-power-plants-in-development-in-bangladesh/
Posted at 07/2/2024 10:47 by longjohnsillver1
You better sleep at night instead of wondering something that won’t happen


Bangla
Posts: 120
Price: 2.00
No Opinion
Polo law suitsToday 07:33
I was wondering last night what would happen to the polo shareholders if GCM was given permission to mine and the share price went into the pounds , in the words of Alan Bateman from the post office scandal at the moment there just “skint little people “, If that was to happen some of them would technically be very wealthy with a lot more to loose . I would expect Tang would have some law suits from to fight. Also as a lot of people invested in both like myself there will be a lot of GCM investors with deep pockets who will go after Tang , again , like myself ,
Posted at 07/2/2024 10:46 by longjohnsillver1
You are not tired assuming since 20 years and having watched the share price melted

99.99%??

There is NO PROJECT

You want a green light on what?

Sheikh Hasina and Nasrul Hamid have said not one single word about local coal


Blumagnet
Posts: 191
Price: 1.875
No Opinion
ValuationToday 04:41
Assuming we get the GL on Phulbari

How much would one value the company

On the current shares allocated including the

30,303,040 that's been allocated to our new investor

What would be the value of this company GCM ?

Any predictions anyone?
Posted at 07/2/2024 08:45 by longjohnsillver1
And legally what did he made wrong ??

You play you lose

Everybody knew this is a casino since 20 years


Bangla
Posts: 120
Price: 2.00
No Opinion
Polo law suitsToday 07:33
I was wondering last night what would happen to the polo shareholders if GCM was given permission to mine and the share price went into the pounds , in the words of Alan Bateman from the post office scandal at the moment there just “skint little people “, If that was to happen some of them would technically be very wealthy with a lot more to loose . I would expect Tang would have some law suits from to fight. Also as a lot of people invested in both like myself there will be a lot of GCM investors with deep pockets who will go after Tang , again , like myself ,
Posted at 05/2/2024 11:46 by longjohnsillver1
I did suggest this to the Co, but as usual, I got no reply.

Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

Who are you to suggest anything’s to Tang? Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

The best clown of the day

Bangla
Posts: 118
Price: 2.075
No Opinion
GOB participation a mustToday 10:39
I remember this post from redeyemines a few weeks back and it’s spot on . If we can get a couple of new NED’s on board and get a proposal into the government in the fist quarter , this will be in the ££££,

RE: FAILURE IN SUPPLYING PRIMARY FUEL TO IMPEDE ECONOMIC GROWTH22 Jan 2024 15:03

Unfortunately SMTM you are of course dead right.

-There must be deals already in operation that are keeping various people in luxury, and we will need to offer a huge incentive to be able to turn things in our favour.

-One of the biggest hurdles, must be that we are still regarded as a "foreigner" trying to steal the crown jewels, and of course, i suppose we are.-------

-Would it be different if GoB owned the licence and not GCM--you bet it would---and i'm sure that if that had been the case, then the deposit would have been dug up years ago.

-So how can the Gov change things ?

--By getting hold of the licence, or at least a huge % of it----so here's a suggestion.

-It looks like we have another placing heading our way, ---anything from say £500/- to £3 mill.

-So instead of just giving it to unnamed II's, how about giving the whole issue of new stock to GoB.

--A fund raise of say £2 mill @2p could give the GoB 100mill shares, or about 33% of GCM.

that really would be a substantial stake for next to nothing, and would put us all on the same page.

-I did suggest this to the Co, but as usual, I got no reply.

Crazy couple of weeks a head for GCM one way or the other this is it .
Posted at 03/2/2024 15:09 by longjohnsillver1
Even with share price at zero there will be believers

Even with the next massive capital call and massive dilution

There will be believers

The reality is that

There is no project

Hasina and nasrul are in power for 5 years

Soon more money needed

Massive dilution once again

And bod will be ready for the next 12 months to get their salaries

To do what exactly? Nobody knows

What have they done in 20 years?

Nobody knows except spending 55mio£

But there will still be believers to belive for the joy of gcm bod
Posted at 31/1/2024 22:32 by longjohnsillver1
Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha


What a clown

Delisting coming

Tang hold the knife and it’s not a few million shares who will make the

Difference

Nothing can stop what is coming


YouKnowItsRight
Posts: 114
Price: 2.65
No Opinion
RE: VotingToday 21:06
If an ally of Tang has paid the 500k, with Dyani and Polo that would give Tang over 40% of the vote.

Adam I'm like you, I want to give Tang the benefit of the doubt, he's got GCM into a great position and possibly on the cusp of something great. But the way he has treated Polo shareholders is nothing short of disgraceful. Maybe he could have good intentions with a future relisting but his contempt and zero contact/explanation for Polo shareholders' money (life savings) is disgusting. Can WE trust Tang? Would he really rock the GCM boat at this late stage? Would he really try to steal GCM's assets? The Board clearly don't trust him, and outnumber him on votes, hence why he's using Polo. So no, right now, without an explanation or definitive replacement, we absolutely can not trust Tang. The Nomad is unequivocal - if Taylor-Wilkinson is removed without suitable replacement the Nomad will immediately resign and then GCM will be suspended from AIM.

Tang could have 40% votes. Probably he has more hidden. Every vote opposing Taylor-Wilkinson's removal counts, and will be needed. No good waiting for the 29th February. Get your votes from your broker and make them count now.

Hopefully more information will be forthcoming before the AGM. Why can't the rest of the Board issue a statement why Taylor-Wilkinson should not be removed?
Posted at 31/1/2024 09:14 by longjohnsillver1
Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha


In November 2021 the share price was 5p

Where is the explosion? In your head maybe ….


Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah




4hopeful - 13 Nov 2021 - 19:46:41 - 52968 of 61052 GCM - Long termers, banter & research - GCM
You and the other prat ljs, have sold out which is why you are desperate for this share to go down. Do yourself a favour and get back in for this is to explode soon and you would’ve missed out. I want all of us to do well , so don’t drag yourself down and man up!
Posted at 29/1/2024 10:13 by longjohnsillver1
Hahahahahahahaha

In a better position? What a clown the t21 is

Nothing has changed Hasina and Nasrul are still in place

There is still no project, no valid license and more money will be needed

What you don’t understand??

YouKnowItsRight
Posts: 108
Price: 2.65
No Opinion
RE: Energy Minister to Draw Up "New Plan" to Prioritise Known Coal Reserves"Today 09:54
Correct Redeyemines. And all the work has been done in the name of GCM, the agreements with Powerchina are with GCM, so why rock the boat now? It doesn't make sense being in such a good position now.

I'd be happier if there was a replacement for Taylor-Wilkinson mooted. It is clear with no replacement the Nomad will resign and GCM will delist. This would mirror the Polo black hole disappearance and leave us all high and dry.

The rest of the board are obviously resisting Tang's effort to remove Taylor-Wilkinson, hence why Tang has used Polo to make the application. Its down to us shareholders to fight Polo. We have the majority and every vote counts. We can't let GCM delist.
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