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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.15 -2.1% 7.00 470,636 14:00:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.90 7.10 7.15 7.00 7.15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 24.84 -1.09 -1.33 12
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:36:38 O 58,644 6.902 GBX

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25/11/2020
08:20
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 7.15p.
Goldplat Plc has a 4 week average price of 7p and a 12 week average price of 7p.
The 1 year high share price is 9.15p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.25p.
There are currently 167,441,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 553,175 shares. The market capitalisation of Goldplat Plc is £11,720,870.
25/10/2020
14:33
russman: Generally positive update. No Banana skins. Still a bit too vague with few figures. If Big if GDP delivers on these promises, share price should rise.
19/9/2020
16:32
kimboy2: Thought Papillion were quite interesting with their plans for 25kozs annual run rate from Kili in 18 months time. At present prices they will probably make $800/oz which boils down, after 30% Kenyan tax, to a post tax profit of something like £10m at 25kozs. If GDP ended with a 25% share of Mayflower then that is an attributable £2.5m. Now I am not saying that Mayflower will achieve this. I have seen enough miners plans go awry to realise things go wrong. However if they did achieve it then the value of Kili will be something like £20m to GDP. That would mean that the value of Kili to GDP in two years time will be somewhere between £0 and £20m. You can put whatever probability you want on where on this spectrum the outcome may be, but GDP will be in for 'free'.
26/8/2020
07:42
dinky00: How often has there been a little pop higher on a good announcement and then after maybe 2 days everyone forgets it and sellers reappear (even the biggest bulls on here sell a bit). So Mkt Makers can happily go short to the buyers in full knowledge they'll be buying back their short within a day or two at lower prices when the excitement dies down.Always jam tomorrow, a reason down the line why the price will go up eventually. Even Martin Ooi buying 22% can't get this going. Seeing as his 37m shares are not available, there are 132m share in free float.The Mkt Makers are playing a very dangerous game. And the company needs to show some shareholder support and recognise how easy it would be to get the share price to double by stepping in with a buyback programme.Or else the Broker needs to earn their fee, drum up some institutional buyers and let the company get on with processing gold.The only people doing their job effectively are the Mkt Makers who will continue their game of leaning on the price to get it lower until it stops working.
06/8/2020
10:38
lowtrawler: Regarding the SK post. I have been wrestling with the disconnect between miners share prices and the gold price. In my case it is SPGP v POG, his is GDXJ v POG. We have both spotted that miners share prices have failed to keep pace with gold. He interprets this as the gold price about to collapse. The alternative is that miners need to catch up. I have been assuming the latter but he has given me pause for thought.
22/7/2020
12:28
dinky00: Dear GDP share price.Please pay attention to the price of Gold.Regards,Every GDP shareholder
20/7/2020
08:56
sea7: Thanks Lowtrawler, I am expecting further weakness in the share price irrespective of the gold price, as goldplat may be affected by staff shortages, supplier shortages, transportation issues, etc due to covid. Once we get towards September and October, I expect covid to be in retreat in SA as the onset of spring looms near and covid starts emerging upwards again in the Northern Hemisphere winter. Gold is likely to maintain a strong price and we should see upward movement in the share price again, as the southern hemisphere winter draws to a close. A vaccine before the UK winter will change the picture again and may provide a headwind for gold, as risk on would be likely.
10/7/2020
13:25
dinky00: I've been saying this for years, the Market Makers will lean on this til Kingdom come. UK small cap Mkt Makers are fvkin morons. Their entire careers consist of keeping flat books, and utilising massive bid/offer spreads to rip people's eyes out every which way. And they know there is very limited interest in a stock like GDP. So when they see a seller, they call the price down, scare some weak holders into selling more and call them down more. By the time the share price is down 10%, they can still sell stock close to the offer price and make money. GDP isn't ever going to reflect its real value while its up to the Mkt Makers. Thats where Martin Ooi comes in, pretty soon he will be obligated to make a bid for the company (if he keeps buying). If he doesn't, the company itself will have to show strength. Even that may not be enough to get the price to where it should be (talking north of 10p). So the company will need to a) shows big director purchases (opposite to what we saw this week) b) start a share buyback programme c) reinstate dividend d) take the company private (perhaps in conjunction with Martin Ooi) I think I've been in this name for 6yrs+, I sick to the back teeth of the underperformance. Nothing has changed. AIM stocks are too easy to keep down. Someone/some effect with bigger influence than the Mkt Makers needs to step in.
29/6/2020
17:00
camerongd53: st decided to make a few summary comments, which you may or may not agree with. The share price of Goldplat today is approx. 5.85pence which is about twice what it was at the start of the year. This performance I am grateful for as it is better than most other shares which have been badly impacted with covid 19. I first bought @ 16p many many years ago and my average having bought more cheaply is approx. 7p. I do not expect any major movement in price unless the following occur: • Sale of Killimapesa – I don’t think this is going to happen until Covid 19 is over which I don’t think will be soon. Writing it off, giving it away or closing it down may actually be beneficial for the GDP Price. Resolving Killimapesa is long overdue – I think it has been both a financial and a management time and resource etc disaster. • The share price may go up with the announcement of full year results. I expect any profits earned and cashflow therefrom will be re-invested in raw materials which will be future profits. This I suspect will be in the company’s best interests but a declaration of a dividend could have a beneficial effect on the share price. If Ghana becomes really good, the share price may nudge upwards nicely. • Hints have been made at progress with the tailings around the year end (Dec20). If real progress is eventually achieved after many years of waiting, the share price could easily be much higher. • Although not really on the blog’s agenda, GDP could be a nice morcel for the likes of Shanta or Sylvania or others to digest as a takeover. I am hopeful that the GDP share price will be higher in a year’s time than it is now and be significantly higher by Dec 2021 I think that it is unrealistic to expect gains at the level seen over the last 6 months but if they happen would consider selling a significant part of my shareholding.
23/6/2020
11:09
lowtrawler: The reason I'm asking for assistance in valuing the SA dams resource is that working on a 40% recovery rate, 26% minority interest and 50% tax rate with a $1,000 per ounce net return, I come up with a value that equals the current GDP share price. Even if I assume we need to spend a few hundred thousand on the tailings facility, this one resource appears to support the current GDP share price. What am I missing?
27/5/2020
13:38
lowtrawler: $2000 should add around 35% to 50% to the current GDP share price without any other developments
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