Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Griffin Mining LSE:GFM London Ordinary Share BMG319201049 ORD $0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +3.50p +3.29% 110.00p 108.00p 112.00p 110.50p 106.50p 106.50p 190,460 15:30:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 93.8 45.1 18.2 5.9 190.02

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18/10/2018
22:49
Keep it up sage; you're truly a beacon in the fog of childish meanderings, lost objectivity...
mikesnr1
18/10/2018
18:51
In terms of current weightings my holdings in GFM and SXX are similar ,my UKOG holding is double those. My portfolio is 80% Uk commercial property which is paying circa 5 -6%. Boring but beating cash, fixed interest, Eurostoxx and FTSE100. Individual share holdings remain below 8% of my total portfolio. 12% in ETF index trackers following last weeks falls ( previously cash). I held zero SXX until last week having bought and sold and now bought again. Lastly, Rose, Please do not read my posts it would seriously annoy me if a talentless, clueless and negative person such as yourself who gives nothing to anyone benefitted from my posts!
sageman
18/10/2018
18:27
Phillis, I hold a fair amount of UKOG now having traded the life out of it as I did with GFM. My 3 most successful shares ever are SXX, GFM and UKOG. I have traded them heavily. I tend to buy SXX under 25 and sell over 30. I will buy more GFM if it goes to the mid 80’s or if the Sp stays around £1 and zinc moves back up strongly and I buy UKOG under 2p and trade the hell out of it. But UKOG has changed. The most recent RNS’s are game changers but the Sp has not moved due to a forced seller unloading heavily. My high risk portfolio is always diversified so whilst the news vacuum persists here I thought I would share. As I said yesterday the seller will be around on UKOG for another week or so which gives any one interested time to research. IMHO it currently has the best risk/reward ratio of any share. GFM currently has upside of 50% this year and 25% downside. UKOG similarly has circa 25% downside this year but perhaps 500% upside. GLA. DYOR
sageman
18/10/2018
12:15
granny must be buying a bunch!
phillis
18/10/2018
12:02
Knockers to you too sage
up just a little bit
18/10/2018
11:37
Sorry sageman but a share worth 2.025p moving 6.5% is hardly something to crow about. I'ts a penny share so big movements both ways can be expected and a rampers domain. Treat with extreme caution. 11/10 down 6% 10/10 up 12% 11/9 down 9% 10/9 up 6%
slopsjon2
18/10/2018
11:25
Rose it is you that loves Trump! In the meantime not a single helpful money making comment from any of my knockers here. UKOG by the way - RNS this am - up 6.5%. So call me granny if you wish I will just keep trying to make money and help others to do the same. Losers please look away, winners walk this way.
sageman
18/10/2018
09:36
Meanwhile zinc LME stock continues towards 180000 and poz heads north.
up just a little bit
18/10/2018
09:15
I note Sage has invented a demeaning nickname for another of the forum regulars, a trick he seems to have learned from his hero Trump.
rose_by_another_name
18/10/2018
08:22
I see Granny has burst into life Has she been on the gin again?
phillis
18/10/2018
06:17
Read your posts sage and quite frankly they bore me to death. No doubt you will post on the fabulous timing you have and list your buying and selling after the event.
up just a little bit
17/10/2018
23:32
Up yours (just a bit) suggest you accurately scrutinise my posts. I said very early on that I felt that between 80 and 90 was value and the markets have thus far made it so. In terms of buying on the dips in terms of GFM I already had and was at that time holding circa 500,000. If you bothered following my posts I said that I first purchased at £1.10 back in 2006. My GFM profits are in excess of 6 figures and I still have a healthy holding. A few months back I gave a wish list of stocks and my buy in target costs. SXX was mentioned sub 25p. Only a week later I bought, I then sold and last week I bought again. I even mentioned it to Rose as something that I suggested in real time where people here could make money with SXX at that point over 30p. So with the greatest of respect please do one!
sageman
17/10/2018
22:14
Sage, your past posts do not live up to scrutiny with regard to buying on the dips challenged by numerous posters on this BB as the price fluctuated. After the event posturing and what you were going to do and what you said what you were going to do are complete at odds with the posts you have made. .
up just a little bit
17/10/2018
22:09
Sage, getting sxx at that price using your wisdom of GFM lows that you would buy at 87 is totally flawed according to market expectations. You think buying at 87 is the bottom for GFM but many would say that you are wrong. Experts on SXX from the daily broker analysis on iii say 16p and if no hold then down to below 6p. Looks like your predictions maybe flawed.
up just a little bit
17/10/2018
21:56
I do not normally do this but a little heads up for some of my former iii comrades. UKOG has been a nightmare but last RNS was a game changer. Sp has not moved due to a forced seller and traders. Whilst seller is operating the Sp is depressed and this gives you an opportunity to research ( window probably circa 2 weeks)I am not saying buy just that it may be worth a look. I put in my GFM profits.
sageman
17/10/2018
21:42
Cinoib, just to wish you my sincere condolences. If I was to lose my lovely wife I would be beyond distraught and I can imagine how you are feeling. Best wishes.Sage
sageman
17/10/2018
21:33
Hi, am on holiday but reading the board. Zinc warehouse stocks falling and zinc range bound. No RNS so Sp range bound. I don’t think we will see a takeover given shares in benevolent hands. Also my understanding is that the lower grade ore was a one off. Will begin to top back up at 86/87 if it ever gets there again but currently happy with current holding. I have been more busy with the wider market as opposed to the current GFM news vacuum. Lots of bargains got SXX at 23.2p, I just love volatility.
sageman
17/10/2018
10:27
Alan, Good advice the same thing happen to me But nowhere so quick however We had done excellent wills etc I am determined NOT to give UK GOV another 40 % when I pop my clogs Take Care CD
neville1940
16/10/2018
17:40
Thanks for your good wishes,I've traded for 60 years with many shares and have built up a small fortune I also inherited my wife's portfolio and because she had a massive stroke and because we had no time to talk I landed up with a six figure nursing home bill and a six figure death duties bill,it's a lessen to everybody sort everything out just in case!! I've reached nearly 80 and it's not what I thought it would be like,anyway enough misery ive loads of friends and am ok,good luck to you,
alangrifbang
16/10/2018
17:13
cinoib, So sorry to read your post I lost My Wife , Best Friend & Soulmate over 2 years Ago It is very difficult but you will begin to feel better in a couple of years time In confidence it was Sageman who nicked the money from the kids Piggy bank and plunged on GFM to send the share price rocketing CD
neville1940
16/10/2018
16:33
Alan. Very sorry to hear of your loss. Shame your GFM shares do not generate a "yield" so that you do not have to sell up to pay for your 5 star nursing home.
rmjones
16/10/2018
14:28
Unfortunately no,my wife of 50 years died a year ago,and I don't have a living relative,but if I have to go into a nursing home it will be five star,
alangrifbang
16/10/2018
13:17
Alan I admire your staying power! You could however have sold at one of the many opportunities open to you over those years and made a tidy profit. I guess you plan to leave it all to the family. No pockets in a shroud.
ewads
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