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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 -1.98% 4.95 4.90 5.00 5.05 4.95 5.05 277,321 11:17:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 24.8 -1.1 -1.3 - 8

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/6/2020
17:19
Thanks avsome - that sounds sensible and hope the results can finally give us some good news.
michaelfenton
05/6/2020
16:45
Not sold any M/F, holding for next quarter update if it drops near 4p will have a few more, they've not been affected by c-19 last 2 months gold price been highest its been this year so 2Q results are going to be good, i think looking at the trades mm are short of stock looking for weak sellers, can see this pushing 6p plus before results.
avsome1968
05/6/2020
16:11
Gold tanking today and a few small sell.
michaelfenton
04/6/2020
19:40
Only reason its gone up is the fed keep feeding it, cant feed it for ever though time will tell.
avsome1968
04/6/2020
13:30
lowtrawler -].. it is also better to leave just before the rush.
sea7
04/6/2020
12:32
Lowtrawler - true who knows when it will happen. I wish I did.
michaelfenton
04/6/2020
11:56
As per discussion previously, a crash is inevitable. However, my experience suggests it always happens months after you expect it to. It makes it very frustrating to sit and look at the market going up and your portfolio sitting stagnant. Don't be surprised if the crash doesn't happen until next year.
lowtrawler
04/6/2020
08:53
A V shaped recovery seems impossible to me. The news of job losses grows daily. I now have only 2 non gold shares TSCO (people have to eat and expected 50p special dividend) and VOD (5G prospects). Sitting on some cash and looking to BUY back in when the my expected crash arrives.
michaelfenton
03/6/2020
12:29
I believe there will be a crash somewhere down the road? Anyone agree or not.Market looking forward is overvalued for me. But not GDP.
michaelfenton
03/6/2020
12:16
Yep. The money being printed has to go somewhere and in recent years it all seems to end up in the market inflating share prices (excluding GDP).
lowtrawler
03/6/2020
12:10
I think it will help the economy somewhat, but it is probably why the FTSE is so high.
kimboy2
03/6/2020
10:58
Oh Kimboy you think QE will help? Hmmm.
michaelfenton
03/6/2020
09:23
A slightly unrelated question. Anyone have any thoughts as to why the FTSE is still advancing? Poor results will eventually follow and possibly a depression and certainly a rough period for many businesses? Does not make sense to me and I am starting to offload but not my Gold shares.
michaelfenton
01/6/2020
20:17
total trades value is about £38k - not massive and you would assume there probably is that amount at 5p available. Annoyingly.. if someone sells even two quids worth, they drop the price by a quarter penny.
sea7
01/6/2020
20:10
All buys today share price didn't budge hmmmmmmm
avsome1968
30/5/2020
21:02
Posted on POGFrom USA Gold Report: Incrementum is out with its widely-anticipated In Gold We Trust annual report. It offers the prospect of a bright future for gold in the coming decade: “Our forecast, or rather our conclusion from last year, that gold was in a new bull market, has come true. The strength of the trend was accentuated even further last year, which is why we assume that new all-time highs will soon be reached in US dollar terms. For us it is obvious that the gold price â€" against any currency â€" is about to enter a golden decade, i.e. the purchasing power of EUR, USD, etc. measured in gold will continue to fall. … Last year we took a clear position and concluded that we were in the early stages of a new gold bull market. This thesis was confirmed with the breakout above the resistance zone at $1,360-1,380 and the subsequent start of the rally. However, this significant price rise should be taken with a grain of salt. To reach the inflation-adjusted all-time high of 1980, gold would still have to rise to $2,215.â€? Ultimately, Incrementum sees gold reaching between $4,800 and $8,900 by 2030. hTTps://ingoldwetrust.report/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/In-Gold-We-Trust-report-2020-Compact-Version-english.pdf
terry508
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
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