Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Greatland Gold Plc LSE:GGP London Ordinary Share GB00B15XDH89 ORD 0.1P
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  0.66 8.99% 8.00 27,440,085 16:35:03
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8.00 8.10 8.10 7.40 7.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -5.52 -0.14 337
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Posted at 24/11/2022 15:30 by mrpiggy
Couldnt agree with you more SKYSHIP, every day is Groundhog Day and frustrating to the max.
Whoever is behind the bulk of the selling clearly has more firepower than the buyers.
Its pretty evident the share price has a little more to fall before sentiment turns.
Everything about GGP is Uber positive except the share price and as we invest to make money it is Uber dire and I speak as an investor who has been buying in since 27p all the way down to todays purchase.

Posted at 18/11/2022 21:43 by mrpiggy
I think we will need a little more than Devine intervention Alan to turn Greatland round.
Does anyone have access to accurate shorting positions on GGP?
One can only second guess what is happening with the share price at Greatland but it is pretty darned obvious it is being worked down by someone with deep pockets.
The selling is relentless and to my mind very organised but to what end?
It cannot just be short selling, someone is unloading large volumes at a loss.
Are Newcrest behind it or is there some other entity?
Sean Day now has some big hitters in the mining industry on the GGP board so its pretty clear what Sean’s intentions are.
The question is what can he do to prevent a further decline in the share price because the lower we go the more likely a takeover.
Someone mentioned MARL a few days ago and it is always possible we could go the same way as they did.
I would love to take Sean Day down the pub to get him drunk and loosen his tongue, im pretty sure he has a very shrewd idea why the share price is declining and who is behind it.
Question is can he do anything about it?

Posted at 10/11/2022 20:30 by lurker5
Amusing to watch the other site/board, where pseudo scientific / knowledgeable arguments and speculations rage about NCM's options and costs/benefits for developing Havieron in light of the forthcoming PFS - as if it has direct relevance for GGP. They seem oblivious of the hard and basic facts for GGP which are that its fortunes are now tied 90% to exploration to find something it can call its own - with all the future uncertanties and costs that will bring. While GGP has hopes of an income from Havieron - it is totally at the whim of NCM and its plans for expanding, spending, whatever and completely uncertain how much it will be and not in view for at least 3-4 years and probably more and - going by the forecasts behind those brokers puffing big NPV's - won't be very much. That in light of what NCL will have to 1) spend on exploration and 2)contribute even more to what looks like escalating costs to devlop Havieron. Not to mention the dilution coming for GGP shareholders from 1 and 2. Yet not a word from those speculators about these matters infinitely more important to GGP especially in the short and medium term than anything NCM is planning for Havieron. They parrot SD, who pretends he is in charge of a Tier One prospect, when he isn't.
Posted at 06/11/2022 20:35 by yasxii
A rather appropriately named thread, GH could not have timed his resignation better, when the share price was ranging 35p to 25p around December 2020 to March 2021.

His resignation as a director would have allowed him to sell those shares without declaration, did he? What do you think ??

GH had 74m GGP shares and 27m options at the time, the shares worth a cool £22m.

A certain gracious fellow posted on LSE and Twitter the above scenario could play out, the post being removed before the ink was dry - on Twitter the result was an instant blocking of the gracious fellow by GH, the tweet must have hit a nerve - poor form indeed.

Looks like those who kept the faith may be somewhat irritated to say the least.

Posted at 06/11/2022 08:02 by halland75
Discuss the topics you want, or perhaps you may want to discuss why......

GGP is on its inevitable course of reaching 6p?

Why after month on month of "Outstanding" results, does GGP continue on its downward spiral?

Why even Newcrest doesn't believe it is a done deal, that Hav will be the saviour of GGP?

As the months pass, the DFS gets as distant as the sun....Why?
It is fast becoming a thing of folklore.....

Speaking of folklore...Where has the constant talk of re-rates and becoming a millionaire overnight gone?

Why since taking over the helm has Shaun Day's appointment seen GGP's share price sink as fast as quick sand?

Do you feel Shaun Day is out of his depth?
Why do you think 6p is a given?
Do you feel Shaun Day is being 100% transparent?

Let us know.

Because we all know...
Gervais Knew! 😊

Posted at 04/10/2022 07:58 by burtond1
Can Greatland Gold become great again ask @TMSreach "...The GGP share price doesn't need to soar back to historic levels to allow for the possibility of a healthy return: a positive Havieron Feasibility Study, scheduled for later this year, promises to inject new life into the company's value..."
Posted at 30/9/2022 11:28 by zoros1
Chaos - global, economic. domestic and financial is upon us. The mining fraternity is not immune from this. For those who need succour when it comes to some of the above but in particular – financial, take time to listen to this:
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WM is much closer to the hub than any of us here. It's his job to project the fallout from all that is going on monetarily. GGP is again mentioned @ (19:40 mins),
It will lift your spirits and go a long way to neutralise the trolls on this bb.
I have revisited my strategy regarding GGP because of recent hirings and investments and partly because of feedback from the meeting with SD last night and webcasts of late and made the following conclusions:
[IM humble O]:
SD wants GGP to be Northern Star 2 but this time 'he' wants to be at the helm. He has catapulted GGP from a £4m near extinction event to a £275m serious mining contender, at breakneck speed.
He knew NCM was a takeover threat at the outset and has neutralised that threat by bringing in Wyloo who are now his ‘gate guardians. All prospects for a quick culling of GGP by NCM have now vanished. Though they remain professional partners and businessmen, SB will now keep GGP at arm’s length. This was again evident in SB’s recent webcast briefing where Havieron was hardly mentioned – even though it has the potential to be a jewel in NCM’s crown imminently.
SD is going to use GGP’s stake @ Hav as a springboard to the major league either by the addition of further discoveries and or future acquisitions. I believe SD has entered into an (unwritten) agreement with Fortescue Metals to dominate the Paterson. Hav will finance and fuel the early days of this relentless drive. For those amongst us who stay the distance – they will be richly rewarded.
In the interim, what will the FS (Q4/22) bring: A refined iteration of the PFS reflecting a (out of date) Nov ’21 baseline [improving economic confidence and accuracy of the resource from 25% to 15%]. An increase in output from SLOS production [2Mt to 3Mt] and a mine life extension [9 to 12+ years].
We might have to wait for NCM’s next MRE (circa Feb 2023) before the full resource (capturing drilling between Nov ’21 to Dec ’22) is unveiled. [6.5MozAuEq+++].
Within this time frame the decision to mine is going to be made (post FS), where SB will justify that $US450m of his shareholder’s money that has already been spent, will have been worth it, or he’ll be toast.
The decline will hit top of ore in late 2023. Stockpiling of mined resource will then take place @ Telfer for several months thereafter to optimise throughput at the processing plant, feeding it for another 35 years. 300kozAu/yr within 18 months of production.
We’re going mining. Shaun and Twiggy will be smiling all the way to the bank.

Posted at 29/9/2022 15:34 by timberwolf
Many thanks for the post uknighted and here it is...

Greatland Gold's Shaun Day takes questions from the London South East September Town Hall Meeting

Greatland Gold Managing Director Shaun Day is in London on business and we had an opportunity to put all your Town Hall questions to him. Shaun was as ever very happy to oblige, and here are the results.

In order, Shaun talks about:

The Paterson region: beautiful but unrelentingly hot
Telfer: the fly-in fly-out mining town
GM Resolutions, how to vote, why 3-5?
The share price - why is it so low, timeframe for derisking
The new board - why warrants, can they boost the share price?
Production - due to start in 18 months or so
Pre-production ore, probably won't be be processed just yet
Another MRE before the DFS?
Any gaps in the team?
Back-up plan: could someone else process our ore?
Ernest Giles: local infrastructure/logistics/capital requirements
Drill results from Scallywag
Buy Telfer from Newcrest?
Have all the deals you mentioned been announced?
3D animations - link at the page bottom
Aggressive inorganic growth strategy
Consolidation of shares
Why is the gold price not outperforming? (SD thinks it is ...)
Will you come to Ireland? (Yes)
Would you take a 40 pence per share offer
Why invest in Greatland Gold shares today, not after DFS or decision to mine

Posted at 18/9/2022 19:44 by chickbait

Price: 8.615

Strong Buy

Great times ahead for GGPToday 19:09
Now listen MMs. I’m letting you in to a badly kept secret.

GGP has a BG chunk of gold and copper
GGP is fully funded (and some) to production
GGP has broker notes double or treble where we are currently
GGP has plans for an Aus cross-listing
GGP has cornerstone institutional investors
GGP has new BOD directors to make any AIM share look flimsy by comparison
GGP has a generational foundation asset that is widely touted as 20M Oz (by the GGP MD FYI)
GGP is in partnership with a major that has deep mining expertise (which we need)
GGP has precious metals being touted such as Nickel and Mollyblobbapendulum (not a geo)
GGP has a loyal PI base that ain’t going anywhere fast
GGP has an MD that knows where we are headed and has thumbed his nose (ok, not ideal but why not) at a major
GGP has new MMs signed up
GGP us liked by Sprott
GGP is in the GDXJ shakeup
GGP’s HAV is referenced by the whole mining world
GGP might well go for inorganic growth that means.....M&A
GGP has some frightfully exciting 100% owned tenements under a drill programme
GGP has acquired new licences

Erm, anything I’ve forgotten GGPers. Over to you.....


Yeah. The Doors. You forgot to mention that by Shaun retaining the 5% which will not only cover our existing NCM loan will also most likely cover the costs of the future funding to full production without further dilution from the remaining 25% we have.

I could not give 2 flying Fks of your clique but add to it.

That's how we got the extra funding you noobs.

Just say it you ffs..

Posted at 14/9/2022 11:09 by zoros1
John (Lurker).
You're still fiddling with facts to meet your agenda aren't you?
6Bn shares - where is that from?
Why does further exploration have to justify anything? What;s wrong with enjoying 55+ years @ Hav? Crikey IF....IF we find anything else......we will become an overnight major! (And you'll have to find something else to talk about).

I love this bit:
"...Thoughts that someone will bid for GGP's 30% are fantasy. NCM has GGP where it wants it...."

Can you (in all your 40yrs of amateur investigative journalism) categorically deny that Twiggy WON't bid for GGP, or for that matter all of Hav??
[He is, after all, 4 times the size of NCM].

That last bit about NCM having GGP where they want them. Let's see:
GGP is about to pay off ALL debt owed to NCM......Mmm. But hang on - that wasn't supposed to happen. NCM wanted to make LIBOR+8% on their advance and NCM wanted to make GGP squirm regrading production costs, but they can't now, 'cos GGP have bypassed them totally.
NCM needs Telfer to continue operating and the first mine to come online is Hav...Mmm.
NCM have already agreed 10% processing costs. Damn, they can't fiddle that now.
NCM may have been planning to buy out GGP@Hav. Oooops, Wyloo are now in the way....Mmmm. Damn, NCM might have tried to buy out GGP for peanuts.

Would you care to rephrase that very last snetence John.

PS: Don't bother appearing on the GGP LSE platform - you'll be eaten alive sunshine.

[No wonder you never rose above "amateur journalist"......heh...heh.

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