Griffin Mining Dividends - GFM

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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 High Price Low Price Open Price Close Price Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 83.00 83.00 83.00 83.00 83.00 08:00:00
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Griffin Mining GFM Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount

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alangrifbang: Makinbuks ,I used to hold 200000 shares in GFN for years I have now reduced it to 20000 ,the BODs are stale there are very few updates and we are all left in limbo,the licence is supposed to be due any time and with the POZ very low I'm not sure it will make any difference to the share price,day after day nothing happens, a lot of long term posters here have sold and gone,good luck,sorry I cannot be any more positive,
alangrifbang: Zoo I think the share price drop should answer your question,
arphillips: Looks like yesterday was a bit of a false dawn but just goes to show what a few buys do to the share price. So if the licence is granted, I'm hopeful of a decent uplift/spike in price.
alangrifbang: I've got a feeling millwallfan that when it comes through the share price will stay the same,
vesna09: Wed A buy of 10,000 GFM shares and a few more buys and the spread tightened . In reality no change in the share price. I had 190,000 shares in GFM the bulk in a ISA. I down to a few shares.I saved a fortune in Capital gains tax . Metals run in cycles. Just look at Copper in the doldrums.. Ten years of bull market and in the eighth year of the bear market. Are we nearer the bottom than the top. My dad still talks of when cars were rust buckets . Save the world use more Zinc and Copper great roofing materials.
vesna09: October sell off. Nearly all sells today. It’s how GFM share price works it only takes a few sells and the price keeps dropping .One sell of 20002 shares. 85.00 High 85.00 Low 81.30 Mkt cap 140.57M P/E ratio 7.40 Div yield - Prev close 86.00 52-wk high 118.50 52-wk low 76.00
gailes5: Today’s figures are awful, understandable because of the price of zinc and smelter costs.Nothing from the BOD regarding current trading or prospects- nothing new there. What I find strange is the share price reaction. In any normal company the price would of tanked, GFM didn’t. There are things going on that shareholders are not aware of, why on earth would anyone buy now after such figures.. There is a very fair chance that those who have exited for the right reasons will be shafted. The BOD is not be trusted. Still out and will remain so, probably wrong.
millwallfan: Rose. Thanks to Phillis for the quick clarification but best way for you ( and indeed Alan) is to google Taylor wimpey financial calendar and then click on dividends which shows all dividend history. They have made a commitment to a strong dividend policy but of course corporate profits still controlled by the vagaries of the housing market and that wonderful invention called Brexit. Their annual report is well worth a read - large 5 year landbank already available to help future delivery. Also worth looking at the share price graph last 3 years which will show why IMHO current price is not a bad entry point.
sageman: GFM are cash generative and do not need money from investors. In contrast many other AIM companies pump loads of information out to entice only to dump and dump shares into the market which inevitably depresses the price. Thus GFM typically just say what they need to and let the numbers do the talking. I must confess that I prefer the GFM method to those that flatter to deceive albeit the communication is poor even allowing for this. I am glad that support has held. The BOD hold lots of shares so I see no reason for them to deliberately hold down the share price. Volumes remain very thin suggesting that there are few tradeable shares. Lastly when I spoke to Roger he said that our JV partner is the one now doing most of the fronting for the licence.
kenmitch: Simple facts. 1.The dividend is taken out of a share price on ex dividend day. 2. The share price can fall by more than the dividend or less than the dividend on ex dividend day.That depends on buying and selling. Sometimes a share makes up all the dividend mark down and can even finish up on ex dividend day as a result if there is plenty of buying. Or if there is a lot of selling (e.g from investors wanting out but wanting to get the dividend)the share price could fall a lot further than just the ex dividend mark down.
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