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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
  -0.15 -2.65% 5.50 5.30 5.70 5.65 5.30 5.65 736,339 10:45:42
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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27/3/2020
11:53
my plan is to hunker down and do nothing. Those of us who have been here a long time know how illiquid GDP is and in these extraordinary times who knows what can happen to the share price short term. I'm not worried that the company won't get the chance to monetise its assets though, we have plenty of cash - in the absolute worst case there will be several interested parties (Martin Ooi/DRG ?) who will want to buy assets from GDP if they need to be sold, but I do not see that happening at all - South Africa can't afford a long shutdown, it has regrettably no option but to go the "herd immunity" strategy with limited healthcare/resources and a young population, so the terrible situation will be through the other side relatively quickly, which for GDP is what matters.
shill10
27/3/2020
11:37
Have yet again added a small number (20K) this morning. I cannot seem to help myself and just worry that SA will become even more messy? But longterm is great and we have plenty of cash to be going on with.
michaelfenton
26/3/2020
17:48
Likewise Lowtrawler bought on the dip today looks good value
fenton1234
26/3/2020
17:21
I've dipped my toe in here. The balance sheet looks good and so they should be able to survive a period of shutdown. The massive QE can only be good for gold over the next few years and so this looks like a temporary blip to me.
lowtrawler
26/3/2020
16:42
and you couldn't buy anything at 7p a few weeks ago. Wasn't is supposed to be coming up on 20p round about now?? Another disaster to add to the list
dinky00
25/3/2020
19:11
Yes sorry what I meant was the MM are selling as much as you want
shareholder7
25/3/2020
19:01
Yep shareholder MAY BUY EVEN MORE GDP TOMMORROW but who knows when it will pay off?
michaelfenton
25/3/2020
16:30
Yes go to bullionbypost.co.uk nothing available GDP however you can buy as much as you want
shareholder7
25/3/2020
16:26
I tried to buy a small amount of Gold Bullion today and failed. Swiss gold bar production has halted. Is this the beginning of a Gold and Silver shortage especially if mines are being asked to shut down - however temporary that might be?
michaelfenton
25/3/2020
08:58
bottom line is South Africa won't have the option of a super long shutdown that maybe richer countries that can borrow more easily could. So perversely that should limit the disruption for GDP.
shill10
25/3/2020
08:55
Sea and Kim, what is the profile of debt on the balance sheet,repayment dates etc if you know off hand ? We knew this had happened already, obviously not good but its what the market has been pricing in for last few weeks. On the plus side £2.8 mill cash is a decent increase from last results from memory which shows business was cash generative, guess the question is how long that will pay the bills for?
shill10
25/3/2020
08:37
Someone still disposing - but they will be snapped up? SA is total turmoil which is a worry. 20% of the population have HIV and they have been through Ebola. My view is that the black population are fatalistic and will shrug all this off (you will either dies or you will live. The question remains as to how long Goldplat cannot trade. Somehow 3 weeks seems a tad optimistic. Time to concentrate on business in Ghana and Kenya? A perfect op to concentrate the mind. Rand still collapsing.Next update will be interesting?
michaelfenton
25/3/2020
08:37
Someone still disposing - but they will be snapped up? SA is total turmoil which is a worry. 20% of the population have HIV and they have been through Ebola. My view is that the black population are fatalistic and will shrug all this off (you will either dies or you will live. The question remains as to how long Goldplat cannot trade. Somehow 3 weeks seems a tad optimistic. Time to concentrate on business in Ghana and Kenya? A perfect op to concentrate the mind. Rand still collapsing.Next update will be interesting?
michaelfenton
25/3/2020
08:01
A banking crisis in on the way for sure with worldwide bankruptcies. Italy first maybe but it will cause contagion. So those who are holding cash in the bank should beware? The current situation and huge borrowed by Governments will only stall things. Gold should be the winner. This is another opportunity to BUY? At 4p why would anyone be selling Goldplat?
michaelfenton
24/3/2020
22:53
https://twitter.com/roysebag/status/1242577515782209540?s=20
shill10
24/3/2020
19:06
yep - a fair assessment KB - glad your still holding up!
sea7
24/3/2020
14:55
spread now back to 2% so dangers dissipating for now - but well worth watching, at the highs today the spread was at levels only seen once in 2008/9.
shill10
24/3/2020
11:01
Gold Futures are trading 4% above spot - this is an attempt to take delivery of futures long and force a Comex default/cash settlement - could not be more bullish, buckle up.
shill10
24/3/2020
10:21
Sadly, I doubt they will be classified as an essential service if the mines aren't! Let's hope it is only 3 weeks.
dangersimpson2
24/3/2020
08:44
GDP are not a gold miner in SA so presumably at present they are still able to operate and trade? Kili is in Kenya.
michaelfenton
24/3/2020
08:42
eg £ price of Gold £44,000 a kilo, well above previous £41,000 kilo top last year.
shill10
24/3/2020
08:35
its all about the gold price- GDP owns huge amounts of Gold, even if it has to hunker down for a few months, that Gold (44koz TSF, Kili, low grade stockpile) is worth so many multiples of the share price it is mind-boggling. People still not getting it that Gold in nearly all currencies apart from $ is at all-time highs and that's what matters.
shill10
24/3/2020
08:30
I am amazed some still trying to sell? I am always 90% longterm and only 10% trading? Just back in front with GDP now.
michaelfenton
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