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
  -0.125p -2.00% 6.125p 6.00p 6.25p 6.25p 6.125p 6.25p 525,608 15:48:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 16.6 -0.8 -0.5 - 10.26

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21/7/2017
22:55
KB, I Think dan/rodson has forgotten his posting history, dan/rodson claiming to call this right.. well here is some of dan/rodsons ramptastic, pump, pump, pump posts... DanielMiller1 3 Aug '12 - 15:33 - 933 of 12052    0   0 Good observations thank you. Although I would rather see GDP continue to plough back all profits and have a reserve for the inevitable opportunities that will arise as other juniors feel the pinch. But that said, either way were are on a roll, but it would be simply great to break the 20p barrier as from then on it should be a steady push for a £1 PER SHARE. and... DanielMiller1 3 Aug '12 - 21:56 - 935 of 12052    0   0 Not selling here until a £1 a share is hit, by then they will they will most probably paying a divi and be a major player and I WILL INEVITABLE KEEP THEM. Now holding 1.5 million + rolled over from my BEM profits!, and.. DanielMiller1 18 Jul '12 - 16:41 - 884 of 12052    0   0 Could not resist a top on the fall, 250000 @12.9 ........... No wonder rodson/miller is bitter as hell over this stock, especially as he has called it so wrong. If he held as much as he did, at the high prices he allegedly paid, then he lost a packet here. He probably held much less, if any, still lost and hasn't moved on yet. after that purchase claim, rodson/miller went onto make claims of purchases at 15.65p and then 16.49p. 16.49p was the all time high, the stock then began its 3 year, inexorable decline to 1.5p on the bid. Rodson/miller got absolutely rinsed on this and is still crying over it. No wonder we have to endure his endless crying, wailing and gnashing of teeth, whilst blaming everyone else, apart from himself over his monumental losses, incorrect calls and general stupidity.
sea7
21/7/2017
17:37
I see British Bulls are calling this down also.......look for futher falls next week! Obviously there are those here who just can't control their mouths and post any old rubbish with bothering to read what has already been post posted. These posters are n just full of ...it and their own importance. Cash calls? Did not S7 just post up full details of all GDP cash ?
1rodson
21/7/2017
17:26
It's like talking to dough. Let the share price fall a bit more.
1rodson
21/7/2017
16:52
Crazeee dan,If you are so proud of your "great calls" then why have you changed your username from danmiller to 1rodson?
wigwammer
21/7/2017
16:28
You can't expect anymore than a good call. Dan has been making good calls here for years while you and the other RAMPERS have had your heads in the clouds when not up other RAMPERS' backsides. What did Dano call before he went......5p, and just one more click down and its there. You on the other hand were calling for 10p
1rodson
21/7/2017
12:02
Kili is more complex.Say it produces 3k ozs of concentrate this year.Can only calc 300k sterling op profit.Cannot find any minorities.Tax 20% ishCentral overhead 5% of turnover.Need to hit some high grade seams.
russman
20/7/2017
22:15
Gerard said in an interview last November; There was a capital raise when the company initially floated, and that was primarily for Kilimapesa and the drilling there. But really its been internally funded. The thing has been built up over the years through internal profits. We have not been to the market for more than a decade and we have self generated all our funds to self fund our projects and maintenance. That is not to say that we would not tap the capital markets if they were favourable because we want to go into a growth phase now. We are very stable. We are cash flow positive and we hae got a good business going now and its a good time to grow it and we are going to need to raise some capital for that in time. Our internal feeling is that we won't raise equity at the present sort of levels. We feel we won't want to raise equity capital till we are back at 10p or more. At the moment we are looking at debt capital. My view is that the specified investments (ie, Kili 3, 2 elution columns, stock dam etc) can probably be done from cash flow in the next 12 -18 months. Unless they have something else planned, which they may well have, then I don't think a capital raise will be needed. We will no doubt find out more at the op update next week.
kimboy2
20/7/2017
19:57
"if there is a cash call the board will make better use of it than the last ones made"Feel free to list all the cash calls crazeee dan...
wigwammer
20/7/2017
19:52
On the RAMPERS's BB they are already praying that if there is a cash call the board will make better use of it than the last ones made..........do not have an encouraging feel to it does it? Best stay clear of this one at least 'till they have some kind of vision as to what they are doing!
1rodson
20/7/2017
17:03
Gerard talks of raising capital at 10p, well so far Goldplat have raised twice since listing, April 13th 2007 raised £500k at 10p per share, issuing 5m shares - 109m shares in issue. These funds will be used in connection with the evaluation and acquisition of new mining ventures, primarily gold mining projects, and for working capital. December 30th 2010 raised £5.5m at 10p per share, issuing 55m shares - 167.12m shares in issue. These funds to be used for banka and Nyieme projects, with £200k of working capital. .......... The capital raised in 2007, will have gone towards Kili, as that j/v with IGE was announced in June 2007. We are just arriving at profitability ten years later. The next fund raising, was wasted away and achieved nothing. If Gerard does raise at 10p, it will be the third raising at 10p since listing. I sincerely hope that he can do better with the money raised than Demetri did with the previous £6m that was raised.
sea7
20/7/2017
16:19
You really have to laugh at those who claim to know it all and in reality know nothing at all. So many on these B,Bs have called Kimboy names. I do not go for that childish stuff but when he posts as follows he appears to be very deserving. So I have one question for the maestro rampet in view of his post copied below; please Kimboy are you saying that only the so called trolls are calling this dead beat share right. It's down again today just as Dan a Miller said it would be. Kimboy220 Jul '17 - 08:36 - 4332 of 4332 0 0 I mentioned on the troll thread the rating when GDP was floated and now. The numbers for the first interims and the latest set are;.......etc etc
1rodson
20/7/2017
12:27
Do you mean how much of the £10m mkt cap is attributable to Kili? The operating profits of the subsidiaries in the coming year will be something like; South Africa - £3m Ghana - £1.5m Kili - £0.75m Hope that helps.
kimboy2
20/7/2017
11:58
So Kili appears to have reached b/even.What would you value Kili at 30th June.
russman
20/7/2017
08:36
I mentioned on the troll thread the rating when GDP was floated and now. The numbers for the first interims and the latest set are; £m H1/07 H1/17Revenue 2.12 14.4CoS -1.63 -12.29GP 0.49 2.1 Admin -0.22 -1.1OP Profit 0.27 1 Mkt Cap 10.4 11 The H1/17 figures of course included £0.7m loss on Kili which has now been reversed.
kimboy2
20/7/2017
08:30
They won't know how to handle the surplus funds so they will probably come up with yet another madcap idea maybe buying ice from the Antarctic for refrigerators only to find its melted when it gets to port!
1rodson
19/7/2017
22:37
"On that subject I notice that at the placing price of 7.5p the mkt cap was £7.8m, not far off what it is now. "The tangible equity has risen from £3m to £10m over the period.They have built a considerable asset base - more than tripling over time - yet the market cap hasn't changed.If we realise a reversion in the roe the share returns will be sizeable.
wigwammer
19/7/2017
13:50
And to many RAMPERS pumping it up when with all its flawed holes it was designed to to only be pumped so far and deflate.
1rodson
19/7/2017
13:48
And it suffers from the dreaded duo Kimboy and S7 the champion PUMPERS.
1rodson
19/7/2017
13:15
GDP could have been a niche player.Sunk milions into Kili.Too many banana skins.Too few dividends.
russman
18/7/2017
20:17
No matter from which angle you view this share they just don't seem to be able to get it to work in the long suffering shareholders' best interests.
1rodson
18/7/2017
19:47
Obviously the valuation they give, post listing is lower than mine, as the aim listing costs of £300k will have been paid out.
sea7
18/7/2017
19:32
Once listing was complete and the new entity and structure was set up, the valuations ascribed to the whole group, were:- £8,059,407 minus £890,430 liabilities, which gave a post listing valuation of £7,165,977. mcap on day one of trading £7.8m.
sea7
18/7/2017
18:57
aim listing valuation Acquired Gold Mineral resources for a consideration of 79,000,000 shares at 7.5p each. value of the transaction - £5,925,000 - conditional on goldplat plc listing on aim. £1.5m cash raised, (which was for - £500k to purchase Goldplat recovery SA, £450K to establish Ghana plant, £300k Aim listing costs and £250k for evaluation of mining opportunities and working capital) This gives us a listing valuation of £1.5m plus £5,925,000 which equals £7,425,000 Cash and cash equivalents In the company accounts as at January 31st 2006 were £43,915. Add this to the figure of £7,425,000 we get £7,463,915. Prior to listing the net current asset value of goldplat recovery was £151,422 when added to the overall valuation so far, we get £7,463,915 plus £151,422 which gives us a final figure of £7,615,337 (GPL net current asset value - cash £82,567, Inventory £381,368, trade rec - £183,372 minus £495,885 current liabilities is £151,422) That is how I think they arrived at the valuation. Just after listing, for the record, the actual equity valuation of goldplat south Africa, which was acquired for £500k using capital raised in the IPO, was £1,553,364 after subtracting all liabilities.
sea7
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