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  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 4.95 4.90 5.00 4.95 4.95 4.95 233,644 07:49:29
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29/5/2020
10:53
Lowtrawler - I concur. Resist we must but some will not. Assuming POG remains in our favour the future is bright? But the road will be bumpy.
michaelfenton
29/5/2020
09:52
The reason for my post 8081 was to express the view that a crash is inevitable but it might take a lot longer to come than we might consider reasonable. We would be in the crash now if markets were acting rationally. I believe the irrational behaviour could continue for the remainder of this year. Yes, when the crash comes GDP and others like it will also initially fall but gold will surge and GDP will go up with it. Until the crash happens, we will see other shares rise giving us FOMO which will be difficult to resist, but resist we must.
lowtrawler
28/5/2020
20:41
I am in Cyprus for now and there is a Gold merchant nearby where you can buy Gold and Silver bullion with no problems at reasonable rates.
michaelfenton
28/5/2020
20:13
M/F avsome - an interesting read which mirrors my own thoughts in general. I am just about to go out and buy some physical silver which I believe will do better than gold. Who do you deal with to purchase physical silver.
avsome1968
28/5/2020
12:12
I was in FRES last year shortly after the collapse in their price. I rode it up for a short period but then got out. I think they are poorly managed and have more structural issues than they can handle. However, a rising silver price will paper all over those problems, at least for a short while.
lowtrawler
28/5/2020
11:07
avsome - an interesting read which mirrors my own thoughts in general. I am just about to go out and buy some physical silver which I believe will do better than gold. I am also in FRESNILLO which has not done well for me but mines both Silver and Gold and if they both continue to rise will do fine for me as will Goldplat. Fresnillo is a recovery miner much on the mend. Goldplat is a minnow and unknown to almost everyone, has a chequered past but again is a recovery stock. Otherwise I am slowly cashing in my portfolio wherever possible as a firm believer that stocks are way over valued. Yes it is all a gamble but you have to follow your gut feeling?
michaelfenton
28/5/2020
09:17
Free book great read worth down loading hTTps://pages.goldsilver.com/freebook
avsome1968
27/5/2020
20:19
well said avsome I have built up cash over recent months and not added to any positions since the covid crash. I added to one or two in the carnage earlier though. all this money being pumped in isn't going to stop the credit contraction and subsequent deflation event taking place. bailouts on this scale are an anti deflationary effort - which they aren't talking much about.
sea7
27/5/2020
19:46
Personally think the market way too high, 2nd quarter results are going to be shocking i would put my house on it that the market will slide middle June results unemployment figures are going to be truly dire. gold may test $1681 but be surprised if it drops below lots are in gold long term, gold producers are making serious cash while 70% of company's been losing cash and relying on bailouts. All i would say don't have everything in the market now have at least 30% plus cash on the sidelines ready to dive back in.
avsome1968
27/5/2020
18:00
One company I know has told all working from home staff, that their previously dedicated desk space is no more and have been cleared in their absence. All desks are now available for booking in advance, for your office day - the rest of your time is going to be working from home permanently. The number of desk spaces has been reduced also, to ensure a permanent two metre distance. All future meetings will be held by zoom/microsoft teams and unless absolutely necessary, there won't be any more large scale attended meetings in the boardroom. fundamental change to corporate functioning.
sea7
27/5/2020
16:21
This is a possibility Lowtrawler but eventually the crash will arrive and Gold will zoom upwards. This is if you believe as I do that markets are grossly overvalued. I was speaking to an IT guy today who is working from home although employed by a company. He is not sure whether he will ever be office based again as his company is asking the question - why do we need expensive office space at all. Lockdown will alter business forever? A lot will change and many companies will go to the wall.
michaelfenton
27/5/2020
15:52
Anyone holding out the view that markets are rational should be examining what is happening just now as evidence they are not. Pre CV-19, markets were at record highs and record PE ratios (read over-valuations). We have just had one of the biggest shocks to the market for a century and prices have recovered to within 10% of their peak. In my view, trackers and pension funds are distorting underlying valuations. As the Fed pumps money in, it is finding it's way through to trackers, pension funds and other passive investors. This is inflating market valuations. At some stage, the bubble will burst but it's unclear what will burst it and when. I watched a similar bubble develop with the internet boom and it lasted far longer than I expected. If you had your timing right back then, you could have made a fortune on the way up and a fortune on the way back down. There is a danger that markets continue to recover, money moves out of gold and GDP / Gold miners suffer. There will be a lot of FOMO if the market continues to recover. When the bubble does burst, Gold will really have it's day. However, the bubble could continue to expand for the rest of this year giving us many months to suffer FOMO.
lowtrawler
27/5/2020
14:46
near term move to $1650 more likely ... short term risk on sentiment is in the market although it isn't strong risk on. give it time...wait for the awful figures to show up due to the lack of economic activity over the last month or two and some unemployment numbers as furlough ends and then we will get gold moving north.
sea7
27/5/2020
14:38
$2000 should add around 35% to 50% to the current GDP share price without any other developments
lowtrawler
27/5/2020
14:32
$2000 would do us proud?
michaelfenton
27/5/2020
14:17
I notice Citi are maintaining their $2000 dollar view for this year but think a near term move back to $1650.
lowtrawler
27/5/2020
12:03
When the financial meltdown occurs which I feel sure it will Gold will rocket. It is still at a good level for GDP.
michaelfenton
27/5/2020
11:54
I've also added 100k. Hopefully it's just the POG dragging us down. I'm confident gold has further to rise this year even if it temporarily moves back.
lowtrawler
27/5/2020
11:30
Someone is still offloading?
michaelfenton
27/5/2020
11:26
Just added a further small 20,000 at under 5p. Under 5p must be a bargain right?
michaelfenton
27/5/2020
09:23
Yep if we can see some progress there that would be a good start. Martin Oii has lifted the share price off the bottom which has been good for us all.
michaelfenton
27/5/2020
09:00
MF Well not too far of 2Q results, also wonder if Martin ooi still buying?
avsome1968
27/5/2020
08:46
A bit of a lull so have added another 40,000 this morning at 5.34p. Now I suppose we are all sitting and waiting for the first news?
michaelfenton
26/5/2020
10:56
Only Martin O I know worked for EY M&A in Asia.
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