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Greatland Gold LSE:GGP London Ordinary Share GB00B15XDH89 ORD 0.1P
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  +0.03p +2.11% 1.455p 11,232,426 10:42:55
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1.45p 1.46p 1.49p 1.425p 1.425p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -1.25 -0.07 43.7

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19/7/2018
09:20
Greatland Gold Daily Update: Greatland Gold is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GGP. The last closing price for Greatland Gold was 1.43p.
Greatland Gold has a 4 week average price of 0.71p and a 12 week average price of 0.54p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.57p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.49p.
There are currently 3,002,256,509 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 26,877,651 shares. The market capitalisation of Greatland Gold is £43,082,380.90.
18/7/2018
17:19
wisteria2: The grades at the meadows might be 2g a ton but my bet is some juicy numbers to add in the mix will catapult this higher, not forgetting the silver! On the other hand if a no show or low! considering the massive area of numerous targets it will not be the end of exploration at EG. Some drift in the share price is to be expected. Black hills news in a couple of weeks, and havieron drilling mean any dip in share price will not be for long. This might be over optimistic on my behalf but feel the share price has got a good chance of increasing considerably ....gla holders
17/7/2018
12:36
pr0t0n: MINING JOURNAL 17/7/18 Greatland approves exploration at Black Hills Greatland Gold (AIM:GGP) has approved a new exploration programme at its 100%-owned Black Hills licence, part of its Paterson project in Western Australia’s Paterson region. The exploration comes after the company discovered multiple gold nuggets at Black Hills, with the programme to start next week after it received drilling approvals from the WA government. Greatland CEO Gervaise Heddle told Mining Journal the company had weighed up various options for advancing exploration at Black Hills, but it had been tempting to "just bite the bullet and just start drilling", particularly with the visible gold at surface. Since the company acquired Black Hills in November last year, it has compiled historic data and established a team on the ground to collect rock chip samples. "We knew it was prospective for gold … so the team went out and in the first few days collected classic gold nuggets. It is free gold that they found at surface, so it was quite an extraordinary result really in this day and age in a place like Australia to go out and find visible gold at surface," he said. "What it means is that clearly there is a design of arguably very high-grade gold there at Saddle Reefs that is outcropping at surface and what we need to do now is to try to determine the extent of that — how long is the strike of that higher grade of gold, how deep will it go and so once we complete this current campaign, we'll then again announce what the next steps will be." The new exploration programme will include a three-dimensional induced polarisation (3DIP) survey covering a strike length of 1,200m over the high-grade gold mineralised zone recently identified at the Saddle Reefs prospect and the areas immediately to the north and south of that zone. Greatland said the 3DIP survey would help outline the orientation and depth of the gold mineralisation identified at surface and was expected to take around two weeks to complete. Besides Black Hills, Heddle said Greatland would also be continuing to focus on the adjacent 100%-owned Havieron project where it has also announced new drilling campaign after encouraging results from the first drill programme. The first drill hole last month highlighted the potential for a large mineralised system. Heddle said the results of 121m at 2.93 g/t gold and 0.23% copper from 497m, including 11.5m at 21.23g/t gold and 0.67% copper represented a "significant discovery of a high grade zone". "Obviously we knew there was copper and gold there, but this really changes the picture for us and I think it's safe to say this will now be the highest priority exploration project for us moving forward," he said. "It's attracting a lot of interest from investors and from people in the industry, so that's been great." The market certainly has appreciated Greatland's recent activities, with the company's share price up 97% in the past month to the current 1.48p (US1.96c). The company is also still working on its Ernest Giles project in the Yilgarn, where Heddle said the company was going to continue exploration at a number of targets, while it has also tentatively scheduled a drilling campaign at the Firetower project in Tasmania for the December quarter. Heddle said Greatland's strategy remained to buy cheap prospects, monetise and add value to them, with the view to either selling them, entering into joint ventures or earn-in agreements, or perhaps letting someone buy out the company altogether. "We are openminded as to how we'll monetise these things and you need to be …We've had some good success the past few weeks and I think we're attracting increasing interest, not just from investors, but from the industry and we'll just have to see where that process takes us," he said. https://www.mining-journal.com/gold-and-silver-news/news/1342616/greatland-approves-exploration-at-black-hills
06/7/2018
16:00
orchestralis: Quite a lot going on at ggp. I hope that translates into a rising share price.
04/7/2018
10:28
jaknife: Buy low, sell high. Or alternatively sell high and buy low. Now is the time to be selling with the aim of buying back at 0.5p when the share price ultimately drops. We all know that the price only went up because of a ramp. Ramped share prices do not stay up for ever!
02/7/2018
09:36
srpactive: I am long here so I am positive, but I feel they are keeping the newsflow positive as they will want the share price near to 2.4p before they release the report on the next ( second )drill hole. If, I say IF good the share price could move through the 2.5p far easier from 2.4p rather than 2p obviously. Just my thoughts, dyor. active
14/6/2018
09:03
abrahe00: Re Tweeter feed: You call that news? I call that drivel... As for Antipa; their share price is fairing no better than GGP. Down 50% since January. The contagion from the Newmont debacle seems to have affected everyone.
15/12/2017
11:03
stephen2010: As I posted yesterday evening. Check out ALBA. Huge multibag potential. ALBA currently trading at 0.39p target price 6p making a nice 15 bagger. Please read the following: MARKET CAP PUZZLE ❖ Alba (market cap £8.4m) is in a resources neighbourhood populated with listed companies with much enhanced market capitalisations, such as UKOG.L (£134m) and JAY.L (£172m). With either shared project interests or adjacent tenements to these companies, Alba should trade at a much higher valuation than its current token value. Like Bluejay, Alba owns 100% of its ilmenite project. Direct comparisons with UKOG are also instructive. While both companies own other projects, UKOG’s 49.9% of Horse Hill Developments Limited (HHDL), when compared to Alba’s 18.1% means that Alba has approximately one third of the value of Horse Hill compared to UKOG but only about 7% of the market capitalisation. Once the market recognises these disparities, the room for growth in Alba’s share price is undeniable. VALUATION RATIONALE - Our valuation in this First Equity Limited initiation note uses a risked valuation approach for Alba’s two main projects, at Horse Hill and TBS. The Horse Hill licences are valued using independent published technical data from Schlumberger, Xodus and Nutech on the oil potential of the licences, along with our own assumptions on recovery rates, oil discovery value, resource and development risks factors. From this a risked value of $127m net to Alba on a ‘Base Case’ basis is derived for Horse Hill. Given the similar geology and economic potential of both TBS and Dundas, we have adopted a risked closeology valuation approach, by computing an NPV for Dundas of $223m and then applying a three-tiered risked probability calculation to arrive at a value of $54.7m for TBS. Once Alba announce its JORC resource and exploration target at TBS and Bluejay its Feasibility Study results, this number is likely to be revised upwards very rapidly, possibly up to $200m, representing up to 7p per share in additional shareholder value. We compute a valuation of $185m (£139m) for Alba, equating to 6.0p per share, of which 4.1p is attributed to the stake in Horse Hill, 1.8p for TBS. Given this analysis and wealth of valuation catalysts anticipated across the project portfolio in the coming months, we recommend the shares as a ‘BUY, with a Target Price of 6.0p, representing a potential 15 times plus uplift from the current share price.
08/10/2017
23:18
jlondon: Answers to Post 888 ADVFN GGP, Sun 8 Oct 2017 [From a blog?] 1) Re: The rise in Greatland Gold*s share price. I just checked the share chart for GGP from Google Finance. The 1 year chart 2017 shows that the share price started rising from around the mid May 2017 mark period. GGP RNS -Agreement with Newmont was dated 16 May 2017. I checked with the Official LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE 1 YEAR GGP CHART. They have a chart for the CAUSATION FACTOR for the RISE OR FALL of the share price denoted by GREEN ARROW for the rise and RED ARROW for the fall. If one hoovers over the green or red arrow, it gives the reason for the RISE as being: <><> FIRST GREEN ARROW Rise 1) May 9, 2017 RNS: "ERNEST GILES-NEW LICENCE APPLICATIONS." <><> 2ND GREEN Arrow Rise 2) May 16, 2017 RNS: "AGREEMENT REACHED FOR ERNEST GILES PROJECT." [This is the NEWMONT agreement per detailed RNS] <><> 3rd GREEN Arrow RISE 3) May 22, 2017 RNS: "ERNEST GILES:New gold targets identified." <><> 4th GREEN Arrow Rise- BIG JUMP: 4) June 6, 2017 RNS: "Expansion of the LANDHOLDING in the PATERSON Region." [0.37p area to 0.472p area] <><> 5th GREEN Arrow Rise [MASSIVE Jump ie rise in share price from 0.472p area to way PAST 0.712p which has gone beyond the chart marking towards the 0.8p area. RNS: "GGP PLANS TO ENTER NEW MARKET WITH COBALT PROJECT." June 12, 2017 One can read the rest of the green and red arrows. In professional investment circle, I understand they call these arrows as "SIGNAL FLAGS" which traces the share price of co*s via the REASON FOR THE RISE or fall. This is from the OFFICIAL LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE CHARTS. One can see what I stated by entering into the search engine: "London Stock Exchange GGP. Once one arrives at the chart click the 1 yr chart and CLICK top icon "NEWS ANALYSIS." Comment: So it would appear that the PATERSON project, Ernest Giles Agreement with NEWMONT & INCREASED LANDHOLDING etc has caused the share price to rise . A BIG JUMP in share price was due to the RNS re: PANAROMA PROJECT IN PILBARA, WEST AUSTRALIA FOR COBALT.! So, the reasons expounded appear INCORRECT. At the share price of 0.66p or a bit less, the mkt cap was £15million. So PRIOR to the alleged Twitter excitment of recent days , the PANAROMA RNS of 12 June 2017 [ 4 M O N T H S AGO] already caused the share price to reach near to the 0.8p mark area. This was a HIGH. Signal flag or Chart Analysis is accepted in the investment world and used by the investment circles as one of the tools. Hence, why the LSE has provided the said free charts via NEWS ANALYSIS or known as signal flags which may incorporate proprietary software in other investment firms. So, when the share price reached the 0.55p-0.6p range of recent days, interest picked up due to further RNS which stated the Panaroma project has just started and the date is nearing when GGP will hear the Newmont report on Ernest Giles plus news on Ernest Giles initial survey etc. This appears a usual human behaviour ie buying what appears to be a bargain given others bought GGP shares at near 0.8p upon the said Panaroma RNS of 12 June 2017, 4 months ago. So, the recent excitment alleged causation appears INCORRECT. The official London Stock Exchange share chart re: New Analysis appears to support the RNS causation reasons for the rise and jumps. Sun 8 Oct 2017.
08/10/2017
19:17
the deacon: I've been following the Greatland Gold (GGP) story with interest, but have to admit that I remain very sceptical at this stage, especially given the rise in share price that the company has enjoyed recently.It first got my attention when social media, and Twitter in particular, became awash with people talking about the company and how undervalued they think it is. That interest sparked a rise in the share price of around 50% at one stage, and closer to 150% or so if we go back to the 0.3p level that it the shares were trading at in early May.Now it may just be a coincidence, but all of this interest also just happened to follow a placing of 166 million shares at 0.45p to raise £750,000, which was announced on September 20, and with the shares being admitted to trading on October 4. There also just so happened to be 166 million warrants issued at the same time at a price of 0.7p, and these had an accelerated exercise condition attached which meant they had to be exercised if the average weighted share price exceeded 1p for five consecutive days – now anyone would think that the placees were doing their best to try and push the share price up to that level for a quick 45% odd profit on the warrants, not to mention selling placing shares into the rise and increased liquidity created by all the hype!Paul Johnson and his wife Michelle had held 4.72% of the shares in issue, with nearly 94 million in total, and he had been very vocal on Twitter in his support for the company and its prospects, so I found it a bit strange when an RNS came on October 5 announcing that they no longer had a notifiable interest in the company – given that the company already had just over 2 billion shares in issue, the new shares hitting the market certainly weren't enough to force them below the 3% threshold, so a fair amount would have had to have been sold.Aside from all that and looking at the company itself, this Australian based junior miner has several prospecting/exploration licences for gold and cobalt, along with other metals, in Western Australia and Tasmania, but despite all of them being at an incredibly early stage, with the company yet to carry out work on the majority of them, the market cap is currently nearly £15 million – at a share price of around 0.66p to buy.Given the stage that the company is at, and given what it has – or rather hasn't – achieved in the past, that would seem to be massively overdone until more drilling and sampling has actually been carried out.As far as I can see the rise has largely been driven by the 'gold rush' which is currently underway in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, and that has all come about as a result of Novo Resources and Artemis Resources started to find watermelon seed sized pieces of gold at its jointly owned Purdy's Reward licence.That has resulted in a scramble to buy up prospecting licences in the area and to get exploration underway, with many of the smaller ASX listed outfits getting involved and seeing some large rises in share price as a result. Coincidentally it has also been very useful for any these companies which were looking to raise funds...Given the amount of interest at the moment this 'gold rush' could well continue for sometime, but ultimately it will come down to more gold being found as often these types of discoveries of nuggets like this turn out to be isolated rather than widespread. That isn't always the case though, and if it were to be proven that this mineralisation is widespread across the area, then there is of course potentially large upside for these small outfits, but at the moment I is too early to tell and a lot of risk is involved in buying into other companies in the hope of piggy-backing the Novo discovery.In the background we also have some significant changes to the mining laws in Western Australia, specifically relating to a 50% increase in gold royalties paid to the government – with a proposed increase to 3.75%.The vote on this will take place next week, with the large gold mining companies fighting it hard and claiming that it will lead to significant job cuts. What is also interesting is that the ASX has already mentioned that if the law change is approved then it may suspend trading on the majority of gold stocks listed on the exchange.So if this does all go ahead it certainly won't provide any help with proving any of these Pilbara deposits to be economically viable, should they actually prove to be more widespread.Although a lot of the focus seems to have been on gold in the area, but Greatland is also exploring the cobalt potential at its Panorama licence, and is currently carrying out sampling. But again this is at a very early stage and the sampling data currently available dates back to the 1970s.There is little point looking too much into the financials of Greatland, given the money that it has just raised (and having had nearly £550,000 in the bank as at December 31 2016), as the last financials are only up until the end of 2016, but cash burn here on running the company isn't a major issue as it only goes through around £50,000 per month in admin expenses and isn't spend huge amounts on the drilling which it will be carrying out.Personally I see a lot of risk in buying at anywhere near to current levels given the downside risk, but with these types of plays the hype can continue for some time until the bubble bursts, unless of course news comes which in any way supports the valuation that the market is currently placing on Greatland. For me though it is one which I would avoid, especially in light of the games which appear to be being played.
08/10/2017
01:26
jlondon: 1) <><> ERNEST GILES, WESTERN AUSTRALIA- Agreement with Newmont [$20.355 billion mkt cap] So far, I have listened to 3-4 interviews Gervaise Heddle, CEO, Greatland Gold Plc, gave in relation to the Agreement with Newmont of 16 May 2017 [Ref:Ernest Giles] The video interview conducted by Zak Mir gives insights that investors are interested in ie "What we can expect from GGP over 6 months." This was PRIOR to the acquiring of the <> 3)Panaroma Gold & Cobalt project, PILBARA, Western Australia. If I recall, Mr Heddle [CEO] said that Newmont is interested in 10,15,20 MILLION OUNCES. This is the link: www.share-talk.com/share-news/gervaise-heddle-ceo-of-greatland-gold-plc-aimggp-video [25 May 2017] Please check as I was not able to tune up the sound to max for obvious reasons. On GGP website www.greatlandgold.com/ernest-giles/ it states:" Greatland believes the project has the potential to deliver significant shareholder value with the discovery of LARGE 5MOZ GOLD CampS & 5-10Mt nickel deposits." [para 2]. Conclusion: From all the said interviews on Ernest Giles, one understands that after 6 months from 16 May 2017, Newmont will share what they have found thus far from their proprietary systems. Moreover, it will be of no cost to GGP. So, it appears that Newmont signed an agreement as Ernest Giles has the potential to be a Tier 1 gold project. Tier 1 is anything above 10MOZ of gold. One can read the initial work that GGP did on Ernest Giles. Investors are also AWAITING Ernest Giles EAST preliminary results which is not covered under the Newmont agreement yet. So, this project is potentially a large one if this can be ascertained. 2) <><>PATERSON project, Western Australia [pg 13 Sep 2017 Presentation] The latest Sep 2017 GGP Presentation can be found on hxxp://greatlandgold.com [Click>Investor Relations>Click&gt; Presentations] or www.greatlandgold.com/media/research-presentations/ The said Presentation states that it is an IOCG deposit {HAVEIRON} ie IRON OXIDE, COPPER & GOLD SIMILAR TO LARGE OLYMPIC DAM & ERNEST HENRY DEPOSITS IN EASTERN AUSTRALIA. Also, " 6 holes included peak results of +15g/t GOLD and +2% COPPER." Note: Enter Olympic Dam on the search engine and Wikipedia states it is the 4TH LARGEST COPPER DEPOSIT & BHP takeover. [External preamble]. Conclusion: So based on a share price of some 0.68p, the market cap is £15m. If one listens to the video interview with Zak Mir, one can follow the order of the 6 projects the co has in Australia. In my last post, I have already covered the Panaroma Gold & Colbalt project which has just begun. So based on the said presentation and video interview, each investor can ascertain the Risk vs Reward according to their understanding & decide accordingly. In the end, the value if there ,will out or not? 8 Oct 2017 DYOR and please check as there can be errors.
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