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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Goldplat Plc 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
  -0.10 -1.85% 5.30 5.20 5.40 5.40 5.30 5.40 621,891 13:18:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 24.8 -1.1 -1.3 - 9

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/5/2020
10:56
Only Martin O I know worked for EY M&A in Asia.
russman
22/5/2020
11:57
for some reason trade not showing up?
avsome1968
22/5/2020
11:44
Well added a further 200k just now, martin ooi keeps buying must see some good value coming here in the near future, great if we can sell kili
avsome1968
22/5/2020
07:41
My own view is to assume Martin is just a high net worth individual until shown otherwise. The shares have been bought in his own name and not a fund or institution. I suspect they have a relationship with GKG that might have prompted the investment. Not sure how we can validate any of this?
lowtrawler
21/5/2020
19:26
earlier TR1 showed the trades taking place in bahamas or bermdua, cannot recall which. Martin ooi had a linked in page that showed him as a former banker living in either bahamas or bermuda and now operating a private hedge fund. Not long after posting the link to his linked in page on this site - the linked in page disappeared and TR1 now show london as the trade location. It is of course possible, that it wasn't the same Martin ooi!
sea7
21/5/2020
19:22
Cant dig much up about the guy, any proof he runs a hedge fund?
avsome1968
21/5/2020
16:18
How sure are we that Martin Ooi runs a hedge fund and that he isn't just a high net worth individual? I know there has been discussion in the past but I think it's highly unusual not to get any reference to him when doing a Google search, other than in relation to GDP.If he was a major investor elsewhere, those references should also have come up. As manager of a hedge fund, his name should have come up. What do we really know about him?
lowtrawler
21/5/2020
13:17
True - kb, very true
sea7
21/5/2020
13:14
If he wants it on the agenda then it will be on the agenda.
kimboy2
21/5/2020
12:50
he runs a hedge fund - once this appreciates enough, then he will most likely sell the lot to another fund, which may be an income fund, if he gets the dividend matter on the agenda again.
sea7
21/5/2020
11:44
I don't think Martin Ooi is interested in a takeover. IMV he is an investor. Having said that he has invested £1.5m into GDP so presumably he has some sort of exit strategy in mind. Perhaps not such a problem if he thinks the share price will get to 20p+
kimboy2
21/5/2020
11:14
Hopefully he will have to pay more for the next 10%. Even if he has to pay 10p it is still a real bargain for him and not so good for the rest of us especially those like me who have already been long-term holders.
michaelfenton
21/5/2020
11:03
yep- he would be required to make a mandatory offer at the minimum of the highest price he paid for stock in the last 12 months, immediately preceding the offer - a rule 9 offer martin bought stock on the 19th feb 2020 - the price at the time was 6.77p assuming martin paid the going rate at the time, then this is the minimum price he would have to make a cash offer for.
sea7
21/5/2020
10:51
I hope not yet as he will get it for a steal?
michaelfenton
21/5/2020
10:41
another 10% and he will have to make an offer, lol
terry508
21/5/2020
10:21
rns out - martin over 20%
sea7
21/5/2020
06:37
The problem with SA is that it has a large number of immune deficient people owing to HIV and Ebola and that particular group are at particularly high risk. Also medical facilities whilst excellent in some places are very patchy elsewhere.
michaelfenton
20/5/2020
21:42
I think 500,000 would have died in the UK. It all depends on the accuracy of the assumptions in the model. Here is another one; htTps://www.businesslive.co.za/fm/features/2020-05-05-lockdown-disaster-dwarfs-covid-19-say-sa-actuaries/
kimboy2
20/5/2020
21:04
The projections were made by a group of academics and health experts advising the government. ......... probably the same group that said 500,000 would die in the uk.
sea7
20/5/2020
20:50
htTps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-52745235
kimboy2
19/5/2020
11:23
It's a weird share this one. Stays level when all the other gold shares are rising and then, on absolutely no volume, goes up when the others are falling.
lowtrawler
18/5/2020
12:45
Forgot to say I added another 40,000 shares at 5.18p this morning.
michaelfenton
18/5/2020
12:44
Thanks sea7 - good stuff. Unfortunately no one has heard of Goldplat so the increase in POG has had little or no effect - except maybe to get Martin Oii to take a big chunk. Next set of figures should be interesting? One day the penny will drop?
michaelfenton
18/5/2020
11:41
hTTps://www.fnarena.com/index.php/2020/04/17/gold-closely-tracks-the-debt-to-gdp-ratio/ Seeing as GDP is dropping, debt is rising, then this article is a good read.
sea7
18/5/2020
11:14
Well if pog keeps flying more chance we will sell Kili which will reiterate our share price.
avsome1968
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