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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Griffin Mining Limited GFM London Ordinary Share BMG319201049 ORD $0.01
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-1.00 -1.4% 70.50 12:59:11
Close Price Low Price High Price Open Price Previous Close
70.50 70.50 71.50 71.50 71.50
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Industry Sector
MINING

Griffin Mining GFM Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
30/04/2007FinalUSD331/12/200531/12/200609/05/200711/05/200706/06/20073

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
28/10/2020
07:58
alangriffbang: Good morning zoo,my Australian miner was up quite a bit overnight and proton seems excited on the GGP site so maybe a good day coming up,I feel good that rose says I’m only part time disturbed whereas your permanently disturbed, ha ha ha ,looks like he was rattled before he went to bed , I wonder if he sleeps with his computer, zinc is up a bit so maybe a small rise with GFM, not long now to opening time ,keep smiling ,
25/10/2020
19:44
millwallfan: Hi guys. As expected no response from GFM to my online company website request for any licence info. However given the trading update and commitment to quarterlies it does make me think that they believe the future looks rosy. The final licence to increase production massively being issued soon would certainly be a game changer with POG and POZ moving in the right direction as well. Fingers crossed but I maintain my belief in the underlying fundamentals of GFM to take us back over the magic £.
24/10/2020
08:54
sageman: Hi JPPP. In terms of Amur I have held it for a while. I just feel that 2021 will be when it pops. Lots going on in the background which you can read about but a few bits ..recent deal with Glencore generates cash = less/ no more dilution. The Nickel mine is prime Nickel and it is a massive mine. Lots of drilling results from 2019 about to be included in Russian version of feasibility study. Lots of government support for development in the region. Why is Glencore really interested? Mcap is tiny. DYOR but one of my 3 that I have picked to 10 bag. ( Also Alba and Thor). Changing the subject Tullow was good this week and banks had an uptick from Barclays. It will be interesting to see Lloyd’s results on Thursday and comments re dividends.Also Alan I told you to ignore your useless brokers and buy GFM at 50p so you should be smiling! Remember brokers only do research on companies where they have large caps so that they can then make money trading the shares for clients. In general Aim stocks are not commercially worth their research time , hence why PI’s can made money ( or lose it!). GLA
23/10/2020
20:14
alangriffbang: Hi zoo, have been out for most of the day ,I picked up 50000 GFM today at lunchtime then bought 50000 OMI later his afternoon, I really begrudged paying so much as I tipped them at 2p, but it does look good long term, I’m quiet disappointed with the rise in GFM today but we will wait and see, apart from that it wasn’t a bad day, even tullow was up, I gave my friends a good laugh this afternoon they are still convinced they are both gay, I hope phillis upsetting people on the other thread doesn’t mean we’ve got to put up with it on here, just had a nice meal but it landed up in a rush in the end ,we are all going out for Sunday lunch which is so much better, hope you’ve had a good day ,nice to see some other posts on here rather than the other two, have a good evening ,
23/10/2020
09:42
celeritas: Lets get this right, the higher the spot price the higher the price gfm receives for it's concentrate. It's not rocket science. As Matt says, gold is becoming far more significant especially as its something most investors don't take into account. You see gfm and you see zinc, maybe now more will see gold.
22/10/2020
21:09
theapiarist: Thanks for the article Matt. Interesting reading and I share your optimism in the direction for precious metals. The majority of my portfolio is invested in the PM sector which I hope will include GFM in due course. Up till last week my largest single holding was FRES. I sold because it was at the top of a horizontal channel and in anticipation of yesterday's mediocre production report. However the business is sound and I believe it will resume it's upward trajectory after a brief correction when I shall be looking for a suitable reentry point. Sorry for an off topic post but the FRES site is even more toxic than the other GFM thread!
20/10/2020
16:58
theapiarist: TA. Well done. A good tally and especially rewarding having your son along with you. I did quite a few Munros with my son as well as long distance backpacking trails in the Alps and Pyrenees. Pulling on damp socks and rolling up a wet tent - great bonding exercise! You're quite correct, my holding in GFM has seen a few ups and downs but I remain philosophical. As mentioned in an earlier post my interest in GFM stems primarily from it's Gold potential. I believe that there is a great deal more gold (and Silver, Zinc etc) in Zone II than the company are letting on. RG, in an unguarded moment, opined that Griffin would become a Gold rather than Zinc miner. Since then Griffin has spent an inordinate amount of our money buying out most of the Chinese partner's stake, ostensibly to secure an extension of the existing licence over Zone III. That by itself made little economic sense. However they then went on to spend even more of our money on upgrades to double production and preparations for Zone II. Have a look at the published Resource statement for Zone II. Zilch in the Measured category and only a paltry amount in the Indicated category. By no stretch of the imagination would a responsible management spent these sums on such a miserable resource unless they know something we don't. Ninkov has made several veiled asides about the Gold potential. You are possibly correct that the Chinese are stringing us along but I'm prepared to be patient. After all it's only money!!
12/10/2020
13:42
alangriffbang: Hi zoo, I bought another £5000s worth of alba which gave me almost another million, not much else happening ,I see GFM is up I haven’t got enough now to make a huge difference, but a rise is a rise, GGP and shanta marking time again, let’s hope we get news soon , DRX is closing in on £3 it’s a good share and dividend, I thought about Amur when sage tipped it but it’s in Russia and that could be extremely dodgy, good luck to everybody that bought into it,
18/8/2020
07:03
alangriffbang: Morning zoo, my Australian miner is up a lot overnight ,hope it bodes well for us ,I echo your thoughts I have been in GFM from the beginning and remember years ago when they paid a dividend ,I too had really good conversations with roger but those days are gone now he is not worth bothering with, as for joining the other thread and talking only about GFM there are going to be a lot of blank weeks ,but good luck to them ,I have a mass of money invested in the stock market and I’m not stupid ,good luck zoo,
06/8/2020
20:08
sageman: Hi Alan, forgive me old friend but I believe that you have forgotten what GFM is all about. Forget the sideshows and politics ultimately it is a geared play on zinc and to a smaller extent gold. Negative sentiment and dreadful BOD communication strategy continue to weigh but in the end the commodity price increases are impossible to ignore. GFM does not respond to daily price moves on commodities but eventually falls in line as it is now. Happy to see my core GFM holding rising. Even happier with my holding in Blackrock Gold and general! Banks still suffering due to bad debt provisions. US numbers poor but not a disaster. Expect stimulus and vaccine news to drive markets. Avoid UK until deal with Europe. My company is now long equities but sector specific.
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