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% 5.50p 5.25p 5.75p 5.50p 5.50p 5.50p 2,472 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 31.7 -1.0 0.2 27.5 9.21

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/9/2018
12:27
No more diatribe. Junk or bust.
russman
24/9/2018
11:44
The big chimp sense was spoken on this dog so many years ago but all you mugs knew better. I sold at 11.5p as a drunkard in the chair and a bumbo accountant THAT CANT count never added up to much no wonder the share price collapsed Don't You wish that you did Lolololololololololol
1rodson
24/9/2018
09:39
at last Russman some1 sensible
thebigchap
24/9/2018
09:13
Results promised this week. May get something to discuss.
russman
23/9/2018
22:28
As patronising and condescending as ever KB2, you really need to get a life outside GDP, appreciate they pay you but jeez it can't be worth it, can it?.
discodave4
23/9/2018
20:44
Thanks for your thoughts DD4.
kimboy2
23/9/2018
14:06
South africa is down 20% on last years ounces produced. Ghana is down 25% on last years ounces produced. Kili is up 50% on last years ounces produced. results are expected to be in line with expectations. market expectations are apparently, revenue £37.1m with £5,449,000 GP from the april presentation, using internal filings and whi ireland forecasts. The VSA note stated an estimated PBT of £2.2m back in march 2017.
sea7
23/9/2018
13:23
......and the pipe dream that was/is South America, maintains "absence of a large contract from outside South Africa"!!.
discodave4
23/9/2018
12:58
Well the prelims will be Weds, or Thurday what can we expect? The first thing to look for is possibly the stock dam. I suspect that terms have been agreed and that they (and their potential partner) are looking into the capex requirements. Nothing will be signed till that is resolved and it may be that they won't announce anything till something is signed. Perhaps they have an MOU or the like to be able to announce it. The next thing is Kili. It apparently lost money last year because of plant 1 continuing to operate, rain interruptions, a lack of spare parts and grade problems. We know plant 1 has been shut and spare parts have been bought. We shall have to see if losses have been eliminated. Then there is the potential JV on Kili. Again it is likely we will only learn something once there is a signature on something. IMV the most likely scenario is that no one will match GDP's valuation of the asset, which I suspect is around £8-10m. We shall see. Then there is Ghana. Are they getting enough material to keep the plant fully operational? Has there been any progress on the mercury clean up? There is also the potential mining venture. Who knows where we are on that. I would suspect that some of the other issues need sorting before we go ahead with actual production, but perhaps a site can be obtained with production in a couple of years.
kimboy2
23/9/2018
12:42
no problem, whilst I cannot deny that there hasn't been much progress on diversifying into platinum and the fact that all the mining, except kili stopped, along with plans for a third recovery plant in burkin faso, that dried up, they have delivered on a lot of stuff. The numbers are starting to show this and they will no doubt get other things up and running, whereas other things are quietly dropped, when they realise they cannot do them. kili was going to be an east african hub - not heard much on that anymore, so I cannot dispute that there has been a lot said, that has not showed up, however, they are, in my view, still delivering where it really matters, that being the processing of mine waste, profitably. All the best to you as well.
sea7
23/9/2018
12:11
Sadly DD, six months after those results were published, Demetri walked out after a bust up in the boardroom. In september 2012 demetri left, october 2012 the kenyan govt announced that they were moving the goal posts with regards to local equity ownership and we were faced with being expected to cede 35% of kili. That put all efforts there on the back burner. As you know, the company was "rudderless" after that. Russell lamming turned up and simply retrenched all the kenyan staff and put the mine on care and maintenance - then he left - he did nothing with the recovery plants Ian took over, however, he is an accountant and was only doing the job until they could get a replacement - he had no intention of dealing with any new plans - just kept things ticking over. He clearly had issues with rand refineries staff and they did not wish to deal with him. The company by this stage - december 2014 was on its knees, what with environmental issues in ghana and legislative changes, trashing the business and leaving it with only 10% of its former productive capacity and rand refineries refusal to accept material from the benoni plant and kili on care and maintenance. Gerard taking over as CEO was not planned - he was expected to be NEC in october 2015. Originally Brian was going to leave in October 2014, however, he stayed on due to the issues at hand. Gerard initiated the study in to the TSF and it was published in Jan 2016, however, they had to prioritise the issues at hand, over expansion and new projects. The issues with the new deposition pit ownership have dogged this TSF plan and they are moving to a new solution by the looks of things, as that pit isn't getting anywhere. I suspect that after all the issues that have been faced, we are in a position now, where that TSF will actually get moving. I cannot deny that this company has been dogged by issues, virtually endlessly since inception, such as the flaw in the structure of contracts and kilimapesa, however, the underlying strength of the recovery model is what keeps this going. It has been a tough six years at goldplat, however, we are starting to see the shadow cast by the previous errors and changes diminishing. This set of accounts should be the set that shows the business emerging from its dark days.
sea7
23/9/2018
11:45
Jam tomorrow company, extracts from Interims March 2012:"Goldplat is also accessing a longer term project to reprocess tailings from our recovery operation in South Africa. A feasibility study is in progress with samples having been submitted to mining consultants SGS for evaluation. If the project is commissioned the Company believes it would have a significant impact on the profitability of Goldplat Recovery."Keeps the rampers on here something in desperation to grab onto if nothing else. Aligned with some of the ridiculous numbers and pure speculation posted up on here (based on absolutely nothing factual from what I can see), the BOD also said "would have a significant impact on the profitability....", clearly not the case or it would have been done and dusted years ago. They are struggling to get material and resorting to whatever they can find, and according to the usual rampers on here, it's all at the back of the sofa and has been for 6 years or more.DD
discodave4
22/9/2018
22:46
Occam's Razor applies I think. htTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9ttAM3NdCE Interesting from 4.30 onwards
kimboy2
22/9/2018
20:17
just throwing some names in here!!!
sea7
22/9/2018
18:49
Gdp have suffered for so long the follies of inept management. Instead of just getting on with making money. There is a fortune in the various waste heaps ......almost there for the picking.
1rodson
22/9/2018
18:33
I doubt it would be Pan African Resources - they are 130k away and have only just commissioned their Evander Tailings Project so doubt it would be economic to send it that far.
dangersimpson2
22/9/2018
16:04
In one of the interviews or conference calls Gerard was asked if they were looking to buy a tailings dump and he said no because they couldn't compete with DRD. IIRC he said they had the market sewn up.
kimboy2
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