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Mining -1.84 -0.07 63.5

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25/3/2019
08:20
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 1.94p.
Greatland Gold has a 4 week average price of 1.65p and a 12 week average price of 1.65p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.54p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.54p.
There are currently 3,231,720,145 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 23,694,246 shares. The market capitalisation of Greatland Gold is £63,503,300.85.
04/3/2019
07:20
spymaster25: PRIM BUY MORE GGP RNS Number : 6733R Primorus Investments PLC 04 March 2019 Primorus Investments PLC ("Primorus" or the "Company") Further Investment in Greatland Gold PLC Primorus Investments plc (AIM: PRIM, NEX: PRIM) is pleased to advise shareholders that, as per its investment mandate, it has acquired a further 2m shares in AIM-listed metals exploration company Greatland Gold PLC ("Greatland"; (GGP.L). The Company now holds 37m shares in Greatland, representing approximately 1.15% of its issued share capital in Greatland, purchased at weighted average price of 1.71p per share, which remains unchanged from the previous investment as announced on 10 January 2019. The most recently announced drilling by Greatland at Haiveron (5 February 2019) yielded excellent results, including 367.1m at 1.15g/t gold, 0.44% copper and 176ppm cobalt from 471m, including: 150.5m at 2.25g/t gold, 0.67% copper and 224ppm cobalt from 471.5m in HAD006. HAD008 yielded 89m at 1.97g/t gold, 0.8% copper and 362ppm cobalt from 426m. Previously announced drilling by Greatland at Havieron (19 November 2018) reported several excellent Gold/Copper intercepts including the outstanding combined drilling intercept of 275m at 4.77g/t gold and 0.61% copper, including an upper zone of 118m at 3.08g/t gold and 0.84% copper from 459m and a lower zone of 157m at 6.04g/t gold and 0.44% copper from 660m (HAD005) at its 100%-owned Havieron Gold/Copper project in the Paterson Province region of Western Australia. Alastair Clayton, Executive Director commented "Recently Rio Tinto unveiled the high-anticipated results from its recently discovered Winu Project, also located in the Paterson Province. These were impressive and indicated broad widths of sustained gold/copper mineralisation that occurs closer to the surface than at Haiveron. Pleasingly, and despite being deeper than at Winu, several drill holes at Haiveron contain large widths of very high-tenor gold and copper mineralisation. We believe the discovery of such high-tenor mineralisation is thus far unique to Haiveron in terms of Paterson Province gold and copper discoveries." Greatland has indicated its next drilling campaign is due to commence at Haiveron this month and it appears a number of other explorers are also planning drill campaigns adjacent to Haiveron and elsewhere in the Paterson Province so we expect the next few months to be the beginning of a modern-day exploration rush in this largely underexplored part of Western Australia." "Given the above and taking advantage of recent unexpected weakness in the GGP share price we have added to our position without moving our weighted average investment price and we look forward to a prolonged period of exploration news and results now that the short summer rainy season has passed." This announcement contains inside information for the purposes of Article 7 of EU Regulation 596/2014. For further information, please contact:
27/2/2019
18:13
jlondon: Pr0t0n- "keep it clean" and that DL has nothing to do with GGP per your post. In secular language, "keep it clean" has a bad meaning? Gervaise Heddle in the recent London AGM said there were Australian mining experts in the room and looked into the direction of DL per investors who attended. So, obviously, Gervaise Heddle, CEO of GGP is pleased to honour DL both as a peer and as an investor of GGP. If DL had not mentioned Havieron and posted it with #ggp on Twitter NOR tweeted it to Greatland Gold @Greatland Gold, then, yes, it is off-topic. Obviously, GGP has NOT blocked DL and hence he cant tweet it to them for transparency. DL in his time did the aeromag which was FREE for us to view. He was at Artemis at the time. There was no complaint either when I posted Southern Geophysics magnetic measurements which they said were commissioned by Artemis. Nor was there any complaint that Artemis at a big Canadian mining conference put up a classy poster and mentioned HAVIERON. Nor was there any complaint when I posted samco*s article on Paterson. You yourself posted the link on this forum for others to read. Samco*s article was ACTUALLY VERY SPECIFIC about Armada[Artemis] and Havieron [GGP] and it was the detailed aeromag/geophysics that was IMPORTANT. GGP has never shown us THESE. Again, no complaints when Antipa posted the aeromagnetics nor mentioned Havieron. After all, Antipa also has nothing to do with GGP or Havieron. DL also sent the tweet to Ed Mead and Artemis and it is DL who got this Armada tenement for Artemis. Whether one likes it or not, the coming DRILLING by Artemis on Armada will also be telling and the WHOLE MINING INDUSTRY will also be talking about this and DL*s comments will be sought just as the Times and other respected publications post DL*s tweets in their article. WHY is this particular ? against DL so that I have been asked to keep "it clean" as if what was posted for something that cannot be posted. I am also wondering why something very on topic needs CENSURE so that at one instance it can be posted and in another it cannot be posted about ggp/Havieron. It appears on Twitter on the "#ggp" thread that everyone is looking at for news. I note that on LSE this is also the same? Surely, as I speak in a respectful manner one would also like to be shown respect? I do not think that what I posted is reading too much into it. At this time, Barry Fitzerald wrote that all the juniors in Paterson are going to be "affected" by the release of the Rio Winu results. So, if DL is now in Perth, obviously, he does not live there nor any of the CEO eg GH of GGP. So, when mining heads go to Perth, it is usually to either Pilbara or Paterson whether it is called Perth airport or Perth. GH said the journey is long so I guess they have to stop over in Perth before embarking to the sticks. On Hotcopper, EVERYONE is very helpful to each other and NO ONE is telling others not to post anything on-topic including Havieron. They also discussed that the Head of Rio ie CEO was seen in Perth earlier and as everyone know Antipa has a JV with Rio. No one said that it is looking too much into it. Everyone just posts on-topic as they are not posting about the share price and why it has not gone up or down. Everyone is INTERESTED in what is happening in Paterson ie juniors near Telfer and El Paso Corridor. Yes, I am very puzzled as to WHY my posts are under such "censure" whilst others are not even when they post SOLGOLD detailed results and compare Havieron with Solgold*s Alpala via kieffy -Spy does not censure? No where on London, Australian or Canadian forums is this happening. So, I will leave it at that. With best wishes. J.London. P.S. After all we are fellow investors trying to help others out by posting our finds or research. I try to bring the info onto this forum when it appears. I am not editing as I am about to have dinner. I extend my goodwill to you Pr0t0n. We live in a democracy but I find it rather strange that one can post in one instance and in another, it cannot be posted? On the LSE, it was said that I was not posting during the time of the Newmont debacle. Well, I would not like to be the bearer of what happened with Solgold/NewM as that was widely known. I was posting on Twitter with fresh news. Since there is such censure of my posting, it will be appropriate for me NOT to post on Twitter "#ggp" line as well. So, if you dont see any more posts, it is not because I SOLD OUT. I would rather keep the PEACE since offence is caused even posting on-topic re: GGP. As for DL, many of us who follow UKOG etc have seen pictures of DL with Prince Albert of Monaco [Head of Monaco] at a racing event. This also includes DL speaking to Prince Charles at his charity event. So obviously, DL gets a invitation and they speak to him. After all, Prince Charles is the King in waiting. Apparently, they do honour him with an invitation and he can bring in a Arab Prince to ARV as a major investor and to now Chair ARV? So, a man with connections to funds in New York as well and other large investors.
19/2/2019
04:08
jlondon: In the last update, it is common knowledge that some £2m+ was raised. Together with earlier funds, GGP had £6m = A$10m. Please check. The 2nd drilling campaign consisted of 4 holes [Hole 6-9]. Since Antipa is going to drill "aggressively" ie 20,000 metres, it appears it will be far beyond just 4 holes and even then it would cost some A$2.4m @A$120 per metre. This is a rough guide and even if it goes to A$140-$160 to include assays, it means that the drills surely can*t have taken up A$10 million all at ONE GO, as naysayers are appearing to suggest?? IF a placing is due per naysayers, the fund raisers would have to nip round to find out who would be keen to participate. Some time ago, there was a broker who specialised in these placing issues and one has to register with them to participate as and when it arises. On Twitter, 1-2 bloggers would have heard. So, far NOTHING that they have heard. The last time, 1 was given WRONG INFO and now they are now more careful? Since drilling is to start in March 2019, we should hear what the plans are as said by the co in the last RNS. This discussion is just about a balance on whether A$10 million in GGP*s bank account could just have been spent on 1 campaign of 4 Holes [6-9]? Even if it includes 2 drilling campaigns, that would be only A$2.4m x 2=A$4.8m [+-]? Logical question - answer will be due shortly. <>SHARE PRICE: No matter what the naysayers are saying, the share price is MARKING TIME at around the 1.72 -1.78p mark. Even then, this is the advertised price and live price is usually HIGHER for sell at HL. Prior to Hole 5 results, the share price was hoving around 1.08p- 1.11p for some time. Please check with the share chart. It would appear this is the same price action unless some News turns up, as it is the Norm? <>RIU Conference is on 19, 20, 21 Feb 2019 in Freemantle, Western Australia. It is for junior and mid-tier miners to communicate their exploration success or production. It is also for brokers and fund managers to listen to presentations. Antipa investors are hoping to hear more as their Geologist is giving a talk. That may also include GGP*s Havieron since Antipa*s 2 last RNS mentioned Havieron. DYOR.IMO. 19 Feb 2019.
08/2/2019
08:02
spymaster25: PRIM Q1 UPDATE ON GGP Shareholders will no doubt be aware that in the Quarter we began to build a share position in Greatland Gold PLC. At the time of writing we have 35m shares representing just under 1.1% of the issued capital, purchased at an average price of 1.71p per share. This investment decision was predicated on the outstanding exploration results released in December 2018 for the Haiveron Gold Project near Telfer in Western Australia. We have been looking for a quality gold-related investment for a while as we believe gold exposure would be a good balancing influence in our portfolio. Shareholders may not be aware I researched my thesis on intrusive-related gold deposits in these relatively obscure regions of WA and the Northern Territory and studied the nearby Telfer Mine geology and geochemistry. I am of the belief that Haiveron may prove to be one of the most significant gold discoveries globally in recent times and I am pleased that we have been able to build a meaningful stake. We note that on 5 February Greatland announced a host of what we consider to be outstanding results for the second half of the discovery drill programme at Haiveron, comprising holes HAD006 - HAD009. These excellent results only further compound our view that Haiveron has the hallmarks of a globally significant gold-copper deposit in a world class mining jurisdiction. Furthermore, we believe the recent drop in the Greatland share price to be completely unrelated to the quality of the results published. We will be investigating expanding our stake in Greatland should funds be available to do so as we believe they will be firmly on the radar of industry players looking for potential Tier 1 projects.
04/2/2019
14:09
daddy warbucks: A story like that would develop some leaks, but the share price isn't showing anything.The Artemis RNS states that trading would restart tomorrow ( their time) or earlier if news is released before that time. So if they are in talks they would have to declare it tomorrow.Reading the Hot Copper website, it appears there are a number of investors who are not happy about the way the directors are running the company and spending the money. They had almost 5% of the company which could force some kind of action under ASX rules to get the company to divulge what is going on. This could be forcing a reshuffle of directors.I have to say Artemis would make a great strategic acquisition especially as they have a prospect extremely close to Haveiron and much of their holdings abut ours. Artemis is valued around $AUS 55 million, so it could be difficult ( to say the least) for GGP to acquire it, hence why I initially thought a merger would be the best course for f action and allow GGP access to the ASX.With no Rns from GGP at 7 am this morning, I was left to conclude the Artemis Rns concerns in house problems.
17/1/2019
11:51
wisteria2: Timberwolf, point taken. Agree the assay results are key, blank and wiyhout doubt the share price will drop. The positivity or negativity of the results are hard to define, and my point was institutional investors have recently taken some positions, and feel the share price is just getting back to true value.
14/1/2019
12:21
telbap: I like itRead this extract from the 27th July RNS last year.:-From listing RNS 27/7/18Each Placing Share issued has an accompanying unlisted and non-transferrable warrant to subscribe for an additional Greatland new ordinary share at a price of 2.0p at any time within the 12 months following admission to trading of the Placing Shares (representing the issue of a total of 212,000,000 warrants). Each warrant will include an accelerated exercise condition ("Accelerator") such that in the event the that the Company's volume weighted average share price exceeds 3.0p for a period of five consecutive trading days the Company shall have the right, but not the obligation, to give holders of the warrants 7 calendar days' notice that the warrants must be exercised within a further 14 calendar days, following which they will otherwise expire. Should all of these warrants be exercised, a further GBP4,240,000 will be raised for the Company at a price of 2.0p.For me this is good news as the company expects the share price to meet these demands and is preparing. If the warrant holders had exercised we would know now as they would have to declare the payment in. No reason other than good can be coming from this.
03/1/2019
15:01
jaknife: elly dee, I'm more than happy to explain my thesis. You see I actually have one, which is more than the average Joe here. GGP is an explorer, it has no tangible assets other than cash and it hopes that it might "hit it big" finding some gold. As such it attracts a certain style of retail punter who likes the "lottery ticket" style of investing - buying shares that they think can multi bag. In practice, as with real lottery tickets, such investments frequently collapse rather than multi bag. At 30 June the company has £3.6m, having burnt £1.8m in the previous 12 months. See: https://www.investegate.co.uk/greatland-gold-plc/rns/replacement---final-results/201811010900310056G/ It placed to raise funds on 27 July (post balance sheet date) to raise £2.65m at 1.25p. At the time investors were disappointed as they thought that it wouldn't need to place so soon ... but that was before the ramp! So, as at year end, it had cash of probably around about £3.6m + £2.65m - (6/12) * £1.8m = £5.35m. That compares to a current market cap of £57.4m - ie the market cap is ten times the cash. Since that date, GGP has drilled some holes in the ground and says that it's found some gold. You can make up your own mind if you think that this is commercial quality: "118m at 3.08g/t gold and 0.84% copper from 459m (118m at 4.42g/t gold equivalent*)," From: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/greatland-gold-plc--ggp-/rns/results-from-first-drill-hole-at-havieron/201811190700056899H/ But I would highlight that GGP will need to dig a hole down nearly half a kilometre deep before they can get to the gold, which even then is at low grade levels. Then they need to build the mine infrastructure, etc, etc, etc. which will cost tens of millions. On the other hand, you could go and buy all of Shanta Gold today for £42m, it is producing gold now, has revenues of $100m+ and is immensely profitable. Or for £46m you could buy Caledonia Mining, revenues of $67m, profits of $11m, has just come off of a large capex programme, very well invested, trading on a PE of 2.5. These last two examples illustrate perfectly how materially wrong GGP's market cap is compared to its industry peers. And the simple reason is that GGP is the play thing of a bunch of pump 'n' dumpers. It's been massively promoted to a whole host of naive retail punters by the likes of Lenigas and others. Once they've finished playing, they'll leave and the share price will collapse to a more sensible number - closer to its tangible NAV. Ie the share price will fall by circa 90%. Happy new year! JakNife
12/11/2018
10:56
jlondon: Quote: "Traders: Normally load up prior to a big RNS but I dont think the shares are available (im guessing). Hoping when the news drop there will be no mass sell off to stop the climb. There will also be a serious premium. Expecting a BIG jump on good news here." - On the other side at 10:19am, Mon 12 Nov 2018 [GGP] ----------------------------------------------------- I have just checked HL and they will only give a Buy live quote online to buy 10,000 shares =£120 worth. The normal mkt size is 300,000 shares for Greatland Gold. [Time: 10.30am] With all the news out and a further new article: "1st photo*s emerge of Rio Paterson*s activities: Rumoured major copper discovery boosting NEARBY juniors." - https://twitter.com/clairenfc/status/1061899962563391488 Mon 12 Nov 2018 This new article shows clearer pics. Comment: The horse has bolted so to speak as HL wont give a quote beyond 10,000 to buy. This means that one should have done the research PRIOR to today, Mon 12 Nov 2018 BEFORE all the news is out re: Paterson, Rio, Encounter etc. That is what INVESTORS do - Buy when it is LOW and share research so that others have a chance to come in having done due diligence at the same price. The GGP share price has been marking time from 13 Aug 2018 till Fri, 9 Nov 2018. So, the share price was stagnant and one could buy. Its the 11TH HOUR now prior to whatever Haverion Hole 5 results are going to be. No one is privy to this. So...DYOR Mon 12 Nov 2018
07/9/2018
04:12
iglenn: In all seriously as you put it, the share price is falling because traders are piling into it, mms drop the price early to allow you all to be naked short on minimal volume. Ask your mate 5pounds....I'm sure he has read a book on it. Only on RNS days do you get caught out but the following day you guys are at it again. And then begin the little fear spreading posts hoping to grab the odd poor investor that sells up. Traders and mms are ruining GGP share price until the real news is released which IMHO is not too far away. Then, I hope your gang burn in hell. Your silence will be the signal.
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