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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 9.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
8.80 9.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 24.81 -1.97 -1.87 15
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 9.00 GBX

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Goldplat Daily Update: Goldplat Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GDP. The last closing price for Goldplat was 9p.
Goldplat Plc has a 4 week average price of 8.20p and a 12 week average price of 6.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 10.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6.55p.
There are currently 167,782,667 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 97,080 shares. The market capitalisation of Goldplat Plc is £15,100,440.03.
camerongd53: 2 points I recently asked if there as anything underlying important regarding what appeared to be the surprise resigning of the chairman. The pr people said if there was it would require a RNS. I took that at face value. I am concerned about GKG selling some of his shares. He has sold shares about a week ago. The sales were after what I thought was a good 3rd quarter update. The sale was possibly held back until the update was made to the market, which I don't criticise him for as it is good practice. The fact that GKG is selling shares is significant. My view until this announcement was to be bullish about the share price in the short and medium term. If GKG had the same view as me, he would have held on to the shares longer and sold them at a higher future price. It is disappointing to think that an insider board member does not expect the share price to rise in the short or medium term
dinky00: I can't believe the share price is up only 3% after that update.I hope the company does a MBO, because I don't think the market will ever reflect the true value of the share price at this stage.The company has done buybacks, and provided an update like this and still the market thinks 8p is the right price. It is absolutely baffling.
lowtrawler: For low PER companies, I often find it amusing to consider for how long they would need to pause investment to generate cash equal to their market capitalisation. In the case of GDP, it would be around 2.5 years. Think about that, GDP could offer to purchase every share at the current market price in 2.5 years time simply by pausing investment over that period. Usually low PER's correspond to higher risk, company volatility or underlying company problems. GDP is relatively stable, entering growth and with a huge hidden asset in the TSF. I believe buybacks will help correct the share price towards a more realistic multiple of around 6, particularly if a dividend gets introduced. The TSF presents a further bonus opportunity and may even contribute late 2023. It gives me a target share price around 15p without the TSF and a bonus arising from the TSF which could easily be another 10p or more.
camerongd53: ACT I don't think the GDP share price has that close a relationship wwith the POG. If it had the share price would have peaked over 10p. I think general market sentiment which may be exaggerated with the share price today may be the cause of the big fall. However the lethargy for want of a better word regarding the full interim accounts and the lack or delay of announcement of rewarding shareholders has probably had a great effect on the price with short term speculators selling.
lowtrawler: alm2, the GDP share price currently contains a boost from having Martin Ooi as a major shareholder with influence over dividend policy. I reckon, the GDP price is about 2p higher than it otherwise would be because of this. A meaningful dividend / buyback programme needs to be implemented this year or the Martin Ooi effect will disappear. My concern would be implementing a token gesture - say 0.5p. IMV, the market would treat this as a failure by Martin and the price would decline accordingly.
lowtrawler: In my view, the share price will respond to recognise around a 10% yield against any dividend announced (unless they only go for a token dividend). Hence, a 1p dividend will create a 10p share price, a 1.2p dividend, a 12p share price. If GDP can increase future dividends by 0.2p per share, it will add 2p to the price at a cost of less than 1.5p AND provide higher per share dividends as we move forward.
ih_692232: Kim boy Werner will only attract real interest when they announce there is a dividend and that the company intends to pay a dividend every year ahead All his comments about good profits over the pat 5 or 10 years mean nothing The profits have been wasted - shareholders have got nothing There is no value in profits that have been frittered away by the company If a dividend is announced the share price wi over time go up in value provided the board do not embark on mad escapades ahead If shareholders can get 10 per cent return per annum on a consistent basis year on year -Then the share price will increase The board must surely know this Martin will I am sure be making it clear He has millions invested in the company He either buys it or will want a decent return on his investment If he sells because the board won’t give a dividend the share price will collapse Time for change at goldplat Ten years or more of no dividend has to end Alm
lowtrawler: Processing the TSF is clearly the golden egg for GDP. The after tax cash return from the TSF will be many times our current share price There is no reason why those returns should not be passed straight onto shareholders. Will it happen? When will it happen? These are the big unknown's and have been dangled in front of us for many years. It appears to me that the TSF is not priced into the GDP share price Hence, monetising the asset will be a bonus on top of the current price.
dangersimpson2: I agree, raising money in times of stress is a recipe for disaster. If you get it away the dilution removes all the upside to existing holders. Imagine they'd paid 2x1p extra dividends in the good years and then ended up having to raise that c£3.3m from the market when they had the RR issue and the share price was 2.5p. They'd probably have got it away at 1p and now there would be 3x the number of shares in issue and the share price would be 2.3p today. A listing is great to raise money for growth prospects at a time of strength. If the share price ends up somewhere way above the 20p+ that is the read-through valuation of the existing recovery ops and they want to raise money at a minimal discount to expand the recovery ops then that would be a good use of the listing. A rescue placing that dilutes existing holders at the worst possible time is not! Thankfully, we are now a long way from needing a rescue placing and a lot closer to being able to grow the business, even if this hasn't yet been reflected in the share price.
camerongd53: Our desire for GDP is dividends and a share price of 10p or 20p or 30p or whatever. What is Martin Ooi's desire? It could be that. Maybe not. It could instead be to buy the whole company. To increase the price to 10p/20p/30p only makes it more expensive for him to buy us shareholders out. No dividends keeps the GDP share price low @8p ish or possibly lower and easier for him to buy GDP for a song. I hope that is not MO's plan
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