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Geiger Counter Limited LSE:GCL London Ordinary Share GB00B15FW330 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 18.00 17.50 18.50 - 0.00 00:00:00
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Nonequity Investment Instruments 0.1 -0.2 -0.3 - 16

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/4/2020
19:30
NXE fairly ripping higher tonight. DNN making solid gains. Stocks like these matter most for GCL. They are likely to tack on a higher NAV.
dogberry202000
23/4/2020
08:10
If the velocity of positive change continues, even if it slows to 50% of current rate, then the subs will attract some time value, its a risky play as many variables and unknowns. There could be some wild swings in both directions, plus an increasing spread etc. Etc. No advice intended, dyor etc. Etc.
energiser01
23/4/2020
07:45
Woo Hoo quepassa, less than 12p uplift required for the subscription shares to be in the money. I don't suppose you understand how they work though!
chuckol
23/4/2020
06:19
Peninsula Energy up 50% in Sydney! Interesting move.
dogberry202000
22/4/2020
19:51
UUUU - Energy Fuels now up almost 20%
quepassa
22/4/2020
17:52
Good info. Thanks. UUUU - Energy Fuels - up 12% so far today on back of that news . ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
22/4/2020
17:37
hxxps://www.energy.gov/articles/doe-hold-press-briefing-call-nuclear-fuel-working-group-report It's been a long time coming. The wait is now over. Change the xx into tt for the link. I added to URG and UUUU this afternoon. Should play well into GCL.
dogberry202000
21/4/2020
13:42
For me, GCS shares are way over-priced ATM For a long shot 'investment' I'd want to have a chance at getting a 10x return. So if bought them at say 2p I'd want 20p back. 20p on top of 28.5 is nearly 50p. And I really can't see GCL hitting that in 7 months. Of course, anything north of 30.5p would be a profit, but marginal - against the far higher risk of loosing my whole investment If GCL was sitting at 20-25p I'd consider paying 2p for GCS and targeting only a 2-4 fold return (i.e., far greater probability of hitting target of low-mid 30's in 7 months) Meantime, in the black with GCL, so not enjoying the ride
bigtbigt
20/4/2020
21:47
yawn yawn yawn. GOOD LUCK TO ALL GENUINE GCL SHAREHOLDERS WHERE PROSPECTS LOOK ENCOURAGING. A BIG CAVEAT TO ALL ABOUT GETTING UNWITTINGLY SUCKERED INTO THE BLATANT CIRCLE OF COORDINATED RAMPERS ON THE GCS SUB SHARES.
quepassa
20/4/2020
21:04
Careful with your hook line and sinker, Que Passa? You might hook a gent who has an IQ of considerable standing. When you reel him in , you make make a very nice couple.
escapetohome
20/4/2020
20:54
Uranium June futures up a little again today.
corbeta
20/4/2020
19:19
nexgen up another 10%...20% of GCL...denison only up 5% 10% of GCL. Quepassa...GCS is the risky play no doubt, hence the leverage potential. My biggest holding is #YCA but my fun , dangerous, risky play is #GCS. The upside is highly attractive. When I bought there was no liquidity and no trading....now there is and the spread (which was insane!) is reducing as volumes return. GCL NAV will be up again tomorrow
here and there
20/4/2020
17:20
JOHNWIG, wake up and stop being so naive. you are being skilfully played by the newbie unvalidated pump'n'dump merchants on GCS. and you have taken their bait. Hook, line and sinker.
quepassa
20/4/2020
17:05
It is a leveraged play in this sense. GCS were at.5p when GCL were at 10p GCS is at 1.5p now GCL is at 15.8p If GCL hit 20p plus in the next month then I can see GCS being 2-4p. Nxgen is up 15 % today...that will add 3% to NAV all on its own
here and there
20/4/2020
17:04
johnwig, you are being, as normal, hyper-sensitive to misconceived criticism. pump'n'dump did not, of course , refer to you... there are others on this bulletin board who are unvalidated posters and who claim never to have heard about GCS but that is manifestly not the case. If read you my November post and surrounding posts for which there were many, many compliments and upticks, you will work it out for yourself. MOREOVER IF YOU READ MY POST AND NOT GUESS WHAT I WRITE, YOU WILL SEE THAT I SAID YOUR INVESTMENT WILL BE WORTHLESS AT 30p BECAUSE IF YOU BUY GCS NOW AT 1.5p, YOU WILL NOT MAKE ANY MONEY if GCL DOUBLES TO 30p. PLEASE TELL ME EXACTLY WHERE I SAID GCS SHARES WERE WORTHLESS IF GCL IS 30p.
quepassa
20/4/2020
16:38
Here is what a quick look at Google brings you: "Definition of long shot. 1 : a venture involving great risk but promising a great reward if successful also : a venture unlikely to succeed. 2 : an entry (as in a horse race) given little chance of winning. 3 : a bet in which the chances of winning are slight but the possible winnings great." The precision of johnwig's prose is impeccable. By the way I am not totally certain that QuePassa meant "Prey" at the beginning of his post. He might have meant "Pray". But that doesn't make much sense either! The two words do have different meanings. LOL
1tcm1
20/4/2020
16:19
Quepassa, you are mistaken and you are covering yourself with a torrent of words about a long-ago rather uninformative post by yourself which nobody seems to remember. I'm not sure it's worth my time or anybody else's explaining why your arithmetic is wrong. Suffice it to say that if GCL's price doubles from today's GCS WILL NOT BE WORTHLESS. Your implication about "pumping and dumping" is ludicrous. My post was light-hearted and clearly pointed out how unlikely that outcome was. Do you know what 'long shot' means?
johnwig
20/4/2020
15:37
Just tested the market in GCL. They were offering 0.1590 to sell!
dogberry202000
20/4/2020
15:36
YAWN. 1. Prey, please spell just who you believe I am supposedly correcting? 2. It goes without saying that 100% increase is based on today's price. That's pretty obvious. By the same token if someone had bought at 20p, it will be an increase of only 50% 3. Likewise the sub shares. The November conversion/subscription price is c 28.5p. If you had paid attention and followed the thread, the discussion has been about buying sub shares NOW, not in the past at some other price nor about if you had received them free at issue. See brummie's recent posts who kicked off this discussion about buying sub shares NOW. For sake of argument , let's say the sub shares are 1.5p to buy now , therefore your base cost for sub shares is 28.5p plus 1.5p, being 30p. My maths is spot on. You however are being obtuse. Nor have you been involved in nor comprehended the detail of the recent discussion. May I suggest that before you correct another poster you get your facts straight and engage your mind before your mouth. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
20/4/2020
15:07
Your 'arithmetic' is awry, que passa. If GCL goes up 100% from here by the end of November: 1. I will more than TRIPLE my money on GCL. You cannot assume that everybody is buying today. 2. The GCS shares will not be worthless as you suggest. 2 X 15 (today's BID) is 30p. Last time I looked that is more than 28.55p May I suggest that before you correct another poster you get your your own sums right?
iq151
20/4/2020
14:15
Thanks QP. I must have missed that discussion...too busy buying a basket of U miners to compliment my GCL holding.
1solon
20/4/2020
12:54
The underlying GCL shares would need to more than double over the short period of just seven months for the GCS sub shares to have any intrinsic value. That looks like an extremely tall order to me. This has all been extensively discussed in November last year amongst many posters who ALL would have seen those posts. Please refer to post 1197 and other surrounding comments to see posts and who was contributing at that time. On the other hand, the main GCL shares look well set to continue gaining as uranium shares track markedly upwards. Let's put it this way. If GCL goes up 100% by November:- 1. You will double your money on GCL shares 2. You will lose 100% of any investment on the GCS sub shares. The only real value in the GCS sub shares is if:- 1.You genuinely believe GCL will go up significantly more than 100% by November. 2 Or, you are trying to talk up the sub shares with a view to selling out quickly on a pump'n'dump basis. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
20/4/2020
10:17
Not exactly, they are subscription shares. They give you the right (but obviously not the obligation) to buy GCL at 28.55p on Nov 30 2020. If they are above that on that day you have the opportunity to make a bit of money! Apart from this the GCS shares are traded on the stock exchange and there are a few who make, or lose, a bit of money that way. It's clearly a long-shot, but from time to time it's fun to have a relatively cheap gamble. GCL's current rise does give a small glimmer of hope. Long may it continue.
johnwig
20/4/2020
10:06
They're the warrants -time limited
tonsil
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