Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Goldplat LSE:GDP London Ordinary Share GB00B0HCWM45 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 7.50p 7.00p 8.00p 7.50p 7.50p 7.50p 27,187 06:39:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 31.7 -1.0 0.2 37.5 12.56

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21/4/2018
12:24
Given the mention of South America I guess the forays into other regions will be material sourcing for Tema not primary mining but every little helps.
dangersimpson2
21/4/2018
11:35
The market says "no way".
russman
20/4/2018
22:58
I await any news.
russman
20/4/2018
20:37
Yep, fairly well written. Gives a very upbeat tone to the prospects of the business. He did not mention the TSF though, which is a large asset on site.
sea7
20/4/2018
20:29
Reasonable article I thought. It may be that we get an update on Monday so may get some of this expected news flow.
kimboy2
20/4/2018
20:16
hTTp://www.valuethemarkets.com/index.php/2018/03/05/goldplat-plans-international-expansion-diversification-new-metals-re-rate-beckon-gdp/ EXTRACT... Plans to increase international recovery shipments and deliver near-term acquisitions in the primary mining space mean plenty of news flow could be on the way. With that in mind, Goldplat’s current 7.2p share price could soon look cheap. AND ‘Over time we are going to be appointing people to head up our forays into different regions and we will see what comes out of it. There is no reason to believe that Eastern Europe and Russia won’t be equally as productive for us as South America has been so far. We cannot go everywhere instantly but we have a strategy to expand our footprint into most parts of the world in time.’
sea7
19/4/2018
07:31
I guess we will let Gerard be the judge of that, eh russman.
sea7
18/4/2018
12:50
GDP cannot raise the capital to buy anything of significance.
russman
18/4/2018
08:03
yes, they won't be doing greenfield. Picking up a resource that has already been proved to measured and indicated but lacks finance and is too small for larger players is probably the ideal option for goldplat.
sea7
18/4/2018
07:56
Yes I don't really understand Dan's comments. I believe it has more to do with psychology than gold extraction. I try not to peer into that abyss. On the issue of risk mining is more risky than gold recovery. The riskiest way to mine gold is to go exploring in the hope of finding sufficient to start a mine. There are so many potential moving parts to go wrong that they almost invariably do, particularly for small cap companies. If however GDP managed to secure an existing known resource then this would considerably reduce the risk. The main risk would be execution risk and the gold price. Political risk is an ever present but it could be argued that spreading over 4 countries rather than the present 3 reduces risk. There is of course risk in everything. The point is what price is the risk being acquired at. Hopefully when/if they do it will be a no brainer.
kimboy2
18/4/2018
07:22
So rodson/miller - Goldplat have a small sourcing team in south america, headed up by Morkel Plessis, that speaks with the larger miners, such as anglo, who they already have arrangements with in other countries and smaller miners in country, to take away waste material that they would otherwise be liable, for environmentally safe disposal and process it at the tema site. Relatively low risk, as it usually involves nothing more than an assay, a sale agreement and transport costs. Buying a mine, with all its inherent unknowns is far riskier than what they are doing in South America.
sea7
17/4/2018
23:56
just how thick can those running GDP be they overlook asset rich Matala for a huge gamble in South America which is gonna break them...you heard it here first.
1rodson
17/4/2018
14:27
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1rodson
17/4/2018
14:26
WHO WILL WAGER GDP WONT HOLD THE GAIN FOR LONG?
1rodson
17/4/2018
14:01
GDP is a small player.Just do the basics right.Forget the pipe dreams.
russman
17/4/2018
10:05
yep, they have options and with the lower capex requirements at this time, the cash pile will increase. I expect they will be clearing down the scipion facility quicker than before. Direction will be forthcoming on the points to your raise soon enough.
sea7
17/4/2018
09:50
GDP knew about Matala but clearly didn't fancy it. Perhaps there wasn't any exploration upside. There was certainly some uncertainty on the license. Who knows. When we get a mining deal then it will be transformational for GDP and will come out of the blue. Something else that will come out of the blue is the mercury clean up. Government beaucracy is always slow, but they are up against some Minnmata Convention timelines, and of course peoples lives are being damaged. Again may well be transformational if of sufficient size. I would expect that it needs to be a good size to make the investment worthwhile as well as getting the clean up done as quickly as possible. One thing that won't come out of the blue but has a very long gestation period is the stock dam. They have been waiting ages for this pit to be sorted, but it is out of their control. This is no doubt the best option. However they can perfectly well churn the material where it is and get the gold, and whatever else they want to extract, out of it. IMV there is a £10m post tax and post minority profit in this heap. I believe they should be looking beyond the best solution and look at what they could do with this additional cash if they had it. They could have got and rigged up Matala for a start. Anyway I am expecting an update next week so we may be a bit wiser.
kimboy2
16/4/2018
15:58
hTtps://www.investegate.co.uk/cradle-arc-plc--cra-/rns/option-agreement-for-a-jv-and-or-sale-of-luiri/201804160725049462K/ The price of $2.5m + 1.5 royalty is for an operation of 30kozs for about 5 years, though no doubt it could be extended with a bit of exploration. The capital cost was said to be $14.4m and the cash cost was about $700/oz.
kimboy2
16/4/2018
13:26
Have they, that bodes well for goldplat in its search for another project
sea7
16/4/2018
13:07
GDP is a small player in a big market.Argued with RRefinery.Invested 10m in Kili.Sourcing stock from Latin America.Might start looking in Australia.
russman
16/4/2018
07:39
Looks like Cradle have sold Matala for $2.5m and 1.5% royalty. Disappointing that GDP haven't got it, but it does show the level at which transactions are taking place.
kimboy2
15/4/2018
15:37
rodson on lion you panicked and claimed you had swapped your shares for a car, in a vain attempt at looking like a winner. you messed up, the stock went up, then true to form, you claimed to be lying and still holding. What a clown.
sea7
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