Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Greatland Gold Plc LSE:GGP London Ordinary Share GB00B15XDH89 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.40 6.0% 24.75 55,578,914 16:35:14
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
24.75 25.00 25.625 23.45 23.625
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -5.14 -0.14 959
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:55:04 O 5,572,523 25.13 GBX

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Greatland Gold Daily Update: Greatland Gold Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GGP. The last closing price for Greatland Gold was 23.35p.
Greatland Gold Plc has a 4 week average price of 20.25p and a 12 week average price of 15.65p.
The 1 year high share price is 27p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.53p.
There are currently 3,873,020,142 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 17,324,116 shares. The market capitalisation of Greatland Gold Plc is £958,572,485.15.
zoros1: Telbap - let's tweak your calcs shall we? OK: It's AISC for starters (not asic)and currently the AISC for Telfer is around $1200. This however will dramatically reduce due to the massive increase in throughput once Hav goes into production - to an estimated $900. Now currently, the MMRE is expected to conform to broker figures of around 5-8MOz. This is before the 'new' breccia sectors have been assessed. All the maths point to this being much bigger than 8MOz. Personally I am going for an MRE of 10MOz. IF PoG @ production reaches $2000 (currently $1780 (in the dip))which is perfectly feasible I think you would agree and assets climb due to the additional breccia zones, we are looking at a £12Bn mine (I have converted $ to £ to achieve this figure). The other mistake you made is that GGP own 30% of the mine, not 25%. An indy will assess "fair value" to the 5% that 'might' be offered to NCM when the time market value. So assuming GGP holds onto its full 30%, Hav will be worth a third of the £12Bn to GGP. And let's be generous and round UP the shares to 4Bn (which is what they will be @ production)...this makes GGP worth .....would you believe £1. (Where on earth 60MOz cvame from....god only knows). Now IF....IF Scally is another Hav+, (assays due imminently)then the share price could go beserk....most certainly £1.50+ in the blink of an eye. Currently Solg have 23MoZ gold. The mine is worth $20Bn. For your information. ;) Z Take a ganders at this: Minute 15:00 Enjoy.
andrbea: And what about Goliath ? an old post: Bamps21 Posts: 2,631 Price: 27.00 Strong Buy AssetsToday 19:30 Just a reminder of what Ggp has:- Assets always speak louder than words, they don't go away. Gold came to earth some 4.3bn years ago it's taken Ggp just less than 3 years to find it at Havieron. 13+m oz of the stuff and there looks like a lot more on their 2 NW trending assets. Asset Highlights:- Havieron :- Multi million oz gold find and large amounts of copper, cobalt etc Scallywag:- 4/5 priority targets Kraken a Havieron lookalike Blackbeard a large anomaly with high grade copper surveys Blackhills:- 4/5 targets Saddle Reefs:- a large gold anomaly increased length to 1400m rising at the surface at NW end. Early open pit mining feasible. Paterson Range East:- Where do I start - 19/20 targets Extensive MMI survey Goliath a high priority Havieron lookalike 4 times the size of Havieron. Panorama:- Huge cobalt anomaly 200 square kilometres probably the largest in Australia. Extensive Paleo-placer gold field suitable for gravity circuit processing Warrentina and Firetower:- Both are 1m oz gold finds and may be ready for sale Ernest Giles :- 2 large areas , Ggp drilling has only targeted priority targets leaving huge areas to explore. 2x5m oz targets identified plus numerous camps of 1m oz A large nickel anomaly at Carnegie Bromus:- Early drilling nickel/zinc anomaly, very under explored Rudall :- Early stage gold prospect They have so many options but they are using funds wisely and targeting what they believe are Tier 1 assets. The latest drilling is at Kraken, London, then on to Goliath and then back to Parlay. If they've kept to their aims of targeting possible Tier 1 assets does that mean these 4 are possibles, it looks like it certainly Goliath and maybe Kraken and London together. Parlay I think is a NCM request as it's partially sat over the border onto jv with Antipa. The assets are a huge share price driver but political manoeuvres may propel it. I don't believe NCM will buy us out I think they will see more value in a 10-20% stake and then others will jump in. he key takeaway for me about this stock is: 3 Havierons: Havieron :- Multi million oz gold find and large amounts of copper, cobalt etc Goliath: a high priority Havieron lookalike 4 times the size of Havieron Kraken: a Havieron lookalike
shakester2: The MRE will be a low figure in my opinion, not because the final figure won't be huge, but from a corporate perspective it puts NCM in the best position. It means that it will be easier to increase the estimate with each update, allow for any small errors in calculation, and keep away prying eyes. Oh and of course keep valuation low in case that want to buy the whole thing (not that anyone will fall for that).Managing expectations is huge for any big PLC like NCM. For example, let's say a company has a potential 10m oz mine, and reports a maiden fig of 9m. Happy days. It then at update reports indicated at 11m. Even better. But then final resource is "only" 10m and when this gets reported share price gets smashed. On the other hand, the company is deliberately conservative and reports steady increases say initial 4m, then 6m, then announce a whopping 10m at final, share price rallies.All inmho of course.
rose_by_another_name: Indeed, alan, I moved my holding to SVE back when GGP was priced at 6 pence. I hold quite a lot of SVE, each share of which holds 1.4 shares of GGP, plus other assets, all at a discount to the GGP price. Thanks to Zedder for the heads up about SVE, posted on this forum.
90005nelson: I think the fundamentals on them other stocks hasn't changed, the staff are still furloughed/redundant no new orders and their debts still increasing. The false rise in them is most likely covering short positions & opportunists.GGP share price currently close to support, hopefully it will hold above as we're waiting news just as long as there's no further delays, we're already passed GH's timeline for results.
timberwolf: Five gold mining stocks we like: Greatland Gold, Brigadier Gold, AEX, Gold Resource Corp, Orosur Mining the armchair trader - 5th November 2020 With the US election vote still being counted and central banks still injecting more stimulus into global economies, it is no surprise to see the gold price again pushing through the $1900 level. Many gold bugs have forecast we could see gold go to $3000 before the COVID pandemic is over. COMEX gold futures are up nearly 30% since November last year, and with further turmoil ahead, investors are also turning to gold miners again as one of the sectors that could perform especially well in 1H 2021. Here are five gold mining stocks The Armchair Trader has been following in 2020 which could benefit from a rising gold price. Greatland Gold (LSE:GGP) – an actively followed gold miner, this Australian miner has seen some excellent share price performance over the autumn months. Greatland Gold’s share price ran up from 14 to 27 between August and mid-September. Shares have come off a little since and there has been some recent profit taking, but the stock price is well above August levels. Newcrest is still drilling at Greatland’s Havieron deposit with some very positive results announced last week...
cashandcard: Good update. Now, previous year is done, hopefully we can get some news on Scallywag area as its been quite some time. As for all these new companies that are claiming to be the next GGP, well they are all just riding GGP's coat tails. Another Haveiron? well look no further than GGP and its Paterson region campaign at Scallywag and other areas planned for end of year drilling. The ONLY company imo that indicates similar potential to GGP is Artemis on ASX, given they are looking at Haveiron regional model and aligning theirs to match it as they surround Hav on 3 sides and from their boundary to Haveiron site is walking distance. Within a 2-3 miles of Hav site, they have 2 very significant targets on trend. But they are ASX listed and quite a far way off in the derisking process. All these other smallcaps in London are making hay in this goldprice environment - thats nice, the wave has floated many boats. But they are nowhere near the level of scale and development that GGP have achieved - I say that for other smallcap gold explorers/miners that I hold too. They for one need to actually prove their models are accurate let alone drill and prove their ground is host to an economic deposit. Cash
chickndinner: I can't see the problem with the share price falling back slightly today. Most shares are down. Look at the positive. We are above the 22p broker's hold price. That's a plus. I'm sure we are all expecting fantastic results again these evening. Especially with Paddygall's excellent research once again with his link on his Twitter page going from 8 rigs to 12. If anyone knows of another miner in the outback with 8 rigs going hammer and tong 24/365 apart from Newcrest at Havieron plese feel free to enlighten us. We know what we have and so do the MM'S. Only day traders are concerned about the daily swings in the share price so kick back and enjoy the ride.
timberwolf: Going for growth: Greatland Gold set to deliver tons more value to shareholders ShareBuyers - Interview with Gervaise Heddle - 26th October 2020 As part of the ShareBuyers’ going for growth series, we take a look into the growth prospects of Greatland Gold (LON: GGP), the incredible success story of 2020 with a surge in share price of over 1,200% since the start of this year and over 26,000% over the past 5 years. With its flagship gold mining project moving towards a potential bulk underground mining operation, other promising projects progressing and a wider bull-market for growth expected against sustained economic uncertainty – it is easy to see why investor interest in GGP has soared. Even Warren Buffett tore up his own rule book and invested in gold for the first time recently! Find out why Greatland Gold Chief Executive Officer Gervaise Heddle feels that this is just the start of an incredible journey ahead for shareholders and how we would pitch the business to newfound gold admirer and legendary investor Warren Buffett!
chickndinner: I see a lot of small trades going on here and on other shares. Reminds me of when I 1st started out. You pile in every available last penny and watch your investment grow or bomb. The fact of the matter is that GGP are the biggest gold exploration company on AIM and for a reason. The institutions know this and so do the big traders. Sadly the MM'S know this as well and they know that small PI's need money more now than ever and will shake out the weak. From the price movements this week it looks like job pretty much well done. The MM'S do not raise the share price above a brokers valuation for nothing. They have accumulated millions of weak shares ready for the next push. They are not stupid! They do not raise the share price when it is showing more sells than buy's for no reason! Massive news on the Horizon! Hold on to your golden tickets!
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