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GWMO Great Western Mining Corporation Plc

0.0388
-0.0002 (-0.51%)
24 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Great Western Mining Corporation Plc LSE:GWMO London Ordinary Share IE00B1FR8863 ORD EUR0.0001 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.0002 -0.51% 0.0388 51,489,832 16:35:05
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.037 0.04 0.039 0.0375 0.039
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Metal Mining Services EUR EUR -792k EUR -0.0002 -2.00 1.43M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:05 UT 5,194,805 0.0388 GBX

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25/5/202417:41Great Western Mining 2014, from .05p to 30p6,027
24/5/202418:31GREAT WESTERN MINING - Copper Silver and Gold in Nevada12,921
12/2/202410:30NEW GWMO LATEST THREAD10
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07/10/202016:47GWMO to 0.1p111

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Posted at 25/5/2024 09:20 by Great Western Mining Daily Update
Great Western Mining Corporation Plc is listed in the Metal Mining Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GWMO. The last closing price for Great Western Mining was 0.04p.
Great Western Mining currently has 3,577,510,005 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Great Western Mining is £1,431,004.
Great Western Mining has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -2.00.
This morning GWMO shares opened at 0.04p
Posted at 29/4/2024 13:31 by graylyn1
GWMO could very quickly become a takeover target in my opinion very shortly our market cap makes us a sitting duck. I do not think this silly price will be here for long.
Posted at 11/4/2024 16:03 by flyhi1
Well regardless of the dismal share price and recent dreadful discounted placing if the copper exploration does come good and that's not a given of course then we have a transformational possibility for GWMO.
Posted at 11/4/2024 14:20 by flyhi1
I don't think you will find copper was ever aborted as you put it but one particular area was aborted for technical and financial reasons from what I can deduce.

Dismal share price yes and in part this overdue permit is part to blame. If that turns up soon then all could change with the gold price as it is.

Copper if expectations become a reality then that will be transformational for GWMO.
Posted at 11/4/2024 13:19 by dreamtwister
full circle the copper was aborted when brian took the reigns by diversifying

with the gold expo which is still in regression pending the permit & with continuous

dilution of a dismal share price, now back to the starting blocks without the

starting Pistol being Fired so further funding is expected for the copper expo

Bring back david frazer
Posted at 11/3/2024 09:40 by sincero1
share price was lower than the this in jan ..genuine holders understand the perspective .... .unlike the troll bellends festario and terminator1 ...these irrelevant numbnuts have posted... as predicted...shame its on the thread no one uses anymore.....ouch...
Posted at 14/2/2024 11:05 by flyhi1
That trader sell not made any difference to the share price

The permit news could drop any time and it’s when not if. A flow of cash into the bank from gold production will be most welcome and helped by the high gold price.

All good for GWMO.
Posted at 06/2/2024 20:16 by p@
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06/02/24

prospects - opportunities for secondary recovery

Share Information
Ticker AIM: GWMO
Share Price (GB pence) 0.07
Shares in issue (Bn) 4.58
Market Cap (£m) 3.7
12m Hi/Low (GB pence) 0.13/0.04
(Source: The London Stock Exchange, February 2024)
Company SummaryFebruary 2024
Great Western Mining Corporation plc (AIM: GWMO)1 Great Western Mining Corporation - Company Summary
Company Overview
Great Western Mining (AIM:GWMO/Euronext Growth 8-GW) is focused on
accelerating development and production of its gold, silver and copper prospects
in the Walker Lane belt, Mineral County in the U.S. state of Nevada, currently
considered to be the world’s most mining friendly jurisdiction.
Gold & Silver
Great Western holds six distinct claim groups encompassing gold and silver
prospects. In 2021, drilling activity yielded elevated gold grades at Trafalgar Hill,
part of the Olympic Gold Project, and at Rock House. In 2022, drilling successfully
intercepted the OMCO Mine vein at Olympic Gold. In addition, that year significant
silver deposits and associated gold were encountered in shallow depths at the
high altitude Mineral Jackpot group of claims. The Company maintains a robust
pipeline of unexplored gold and silver targets and all claims are situated within
the prolific Walker Lane belt, which has a long history of production from high-
grade gold and silver deposits.
Copper
The Company has multiple prospects over its six claim groups, including an
established JORC-compliant resource at M2 (Black Mountain group). Drilling
at M2 by the Company has established a partly Indicated and partly Inferred
resource of 4.3 million tonnes at a grade of 0.45% Cu, which has scope for
significant expansion.
Investment Profile
1. Highly prospective tenements
2. Low-risk regulatory environment in US
3. Near term gold and silver production
4. Copper potential materially upgraded
5. Clear path to commercialisation
6. Extensive historic mine workings across
prospects - opportunities for secondary recovery FROM NEW MILL
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Posted at 04/2/2024 14:23 by graylyn1
removed figs were not correct.

NOW RE-POSTED.

Looking for 1 gram per ton net.

At 1 gram per ton x 5T per hour on an 8 hour day = 40T per day = 40grams or 1.286 troy ounces per day (1troy ounce = 31.1grams)

1.28ozs x 6 (assume 6-day week) = 7.68oz per week x $1850 = $14,200 per week x 40 weeks (as may be unable to process in severe weather ) = $568,000 per year = $284,000 to GWMO ( ie 50% )

I have rounded some figs and not added costs, as I am just looking at 1 gram per ton net which I think should be possible on 40T per DAY. I have used the figs below from GWMO RNS regarding grading, taking off 0.6 g per ton of gold, and not including the silver credit of 3g per ton to allow for costs, etc.

( “An Inferred Mineral Resource of approximately 31,000 tonnes grading 1.6 g/t Au and 3.0 g/t Ag for 1,600 troy ounces of Au metal and 3,000 ounces of Ag metal” )

Of course, this is guesswork at this stage, $284,000 on an annual basis would be almost enough to cover GWMO overheads. If they can get it to three times that amount ie: 120T per day it would then be sufficient to cover some exploration work as well. (Brian said we could go up to 60T per hour. which would be 480T per day) as they have a rock crusher capable of 60T hour. we would perhaps need another mill? for the extra volume.

I think production at start-up will be small-scale and lumpy as they smooth things out, so not expecting fireworks to start with.

Further down the line, they are going to add leaching. So lots to look forward to on the production side whilst we await a partner for our Monster Copper project.

"We are seeking a partner for establishing a significant copper porphyry"

We just need that permit now, which, (famous last words) is immanent. FXD
Posted at 03/2/2024 18:19 by crossfirecssf
I'm neither, strange person, whoever you are. You actually did better than me with 0.067p, so props to you. It was actually three trades 5,000,000, + 5,000,000, + 857,999,...=, say it with me,...10,857,999. I'm afraid you're just wrong. It's okay, we're all wrong sometimes. It wasn't single-handed. Now settle down and have a cup of tea.

Trade-1
As Agent, we have effected the following trade on your behalf:-
iDealing Client No.: 10011418
Transaction: SELL
Bargain Date: 01-FEB-24
Time of Execution: 08:04:37
Settlement Date: 05-FEB-24
Trade Reference: 3791963
Quantity: 5000000
Price (pence): .0677
Accrued Interest: 0.00
Stock Description: GWMO - ORD EUR0.01
Consideration: 3385.00
Stamp Duty: 0.00
Commission: 4.99
P.T.M. Levy: 0.00
Trade Reporting: 0.13
Financial Transaction Tax: 0.00
Total: 3379.88 (GBP

Trade-2
As Agent, we have effected the following trade on your behalf:-
iDealing Client No.: 10011418
Transaction: SELL
Bargain Date: 01-FEB-24
Time of Execution: 08:02:00
Settlement Date: 05-FEB-24
Trade Reference: 3791961
Quantity: 5000000
Price (pence): .0685
Accrued Interest: 0.00
Stock Description: GWMO - ORD EUR0.01
Consideration: 3425.00
Stamp Duty: 0.00
Commission: 4.99
P.T.M. Levy: 0.00
Trade Reporting: 0.00
Financial Transaction Tax: 0.00
Total: 3420.01 (GBP)

Trade-3
As Agent, we have effected the following trade on your behalf:-
iDealing Client No.: 10011418
Transaction: SELL
Bargain Date: 01-FEB-24
Time of Execution: 08:10:26
Settlement Date: 05-FEB-24
Trade Reference: 3791967
Quantity: 857999
Price (pence): .068
Accrued Interest: 0.00
Stock Description: GWMO - ORD EUR0.01
Consideration: 583.44
Stamp Duty: 0.00
Commission: 4.99
P.T.M. Levy: 0.00
Trade Reporting: 0.13
Financial Transaction Tax: 0.00
Total: 578.32 (GBP)
Posted at 23/1/2024 11:00 by flyhi1
Fenseal3, it’s not the MM fault that the impatient sell. If more sellers than buyers then the share price will fall it’s very simple, the same in any market. More buyers of anything the price can rise if nobody buying or more selling a price will fall. Property, antiques, classic cars or gold even.

That’s not a crime. Good luck with your reporting.
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